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Array %A- v^r-v  i*.-r*��'*-v>*'��-y;*iWfl>  *-���  v*v>>.�� ^'l^^  V,-*.^,   ^'".jja-SV-V %y ,,.  ,JV ^j*.  lang propel . .  ����� a*^"V jn't*.J,r*U*,v?'��ir ��*<*>rfy'r< * w>-*-* i-rj-i'V  ���T'  .���')rl| J  >'|  ^^"  16(J6"West 5th,Ave, !  .  Vancouver "9VB.C.  ��EB0$  CON~ERSK)N of the old school board offices irt 'Gibsons to suites, while ap*  proved, in principle -by council, depends  j upon a sanitary a-n.d'parking report.  / Application by ther owner of the property; Mr.< Ben Lang,' stated he has tentative'plans" but seeks council approv-al-be  ���C. Er Brooks,- in a letter to council,,  gested" it might be interested in leasing  the wharf .facility which could be turned  - over-to the - village at aj dollar a year  ^entail,-, plus115% of gross revenue derived  from1-���e.and management of the facilities.  -vlftr^Brooks points out that berthing  SUg.    Serving the Supshirte Coqs^t, (Howe Sound,to" Jervis Inle'O/includlng'-Poirf Mel|pn, Hopkins Landing, Granthgm's Leading, Gibsons, Roberts'C/eek.  ising -  Wilson Creek, Selroo Pojrk��\SecheJt,. Holfmoon Boy, SecrcfCovp, Pender Harbour, Modeiro P.ark/Kreindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.  WJT  Authorized as second class  mail   by   the   Post   Office  Department, Ottqwo.  fore proceeding further. He added that a   space-is'about 1960 feet and based on a  contractor ds available to carry out the ------  *��� reconstruction as soon as approval is given:  \ Administrator Dave Johnston reported  he-has discussed the situation with the  building inspector, but it- has yet to be  , determined whether the premises are con-  fjcted'-up'to the School Board's sewer or  . on7_ septic" tank.  Should there be no  JSeweJr line connection, it is possible1 the  , proposal will be .rejected until such time  ''- sewer hook-up ii possible.  1 ��� Ald&rman Wally Peterson, acting May-  pr iri the absence of Mayor .Fred Feeney,  said he understands the ^building has an  Oyersize septic .tank but"ithis' too would  be subject to approval of .the Inspector.  ���, Alderman .Ken Goddard brought up the  question of parking facilities. He was told  byJ,the , acting  Mayor'.that council  has  never held up progress, in the past on this  count. ; Alderman tSoddardV, however^ ar1-  gCfedi that.&s the-village has.parkiftg regulations there could possibly be" a problem.  _ -_Alc)_rm_*n.   TT_m > ftivititvtr   ltn%rrrC��%i*4-aA     _nr%_  ^QSlderman- Ken' Crosby -suggested approval bafgiyen subjeetrto decision*by .the  figure'of 40c per foot over a seven month  period, revenue for single berthing would  amount to $5,488 or double that amount  for double berthing. This of course is a  potential income. The additional five  months based on 55 vessels at $30 per  vessel could bring in an extra $1,650.  A plan for parking on the wharf was  included and provided for ten parking  spaces only, this would ensure no obstruction to loading and unloading of vessels  at the wharfhead.  Mr. Johnston told council the letter  and plans were the result of a meeting he  and Mayor Fred Feeney had held with  Mr. Brooks and Cpl. L. Biggerman of the  B.CMP .detachment. He said parking  either side of the wharf approach was regarded as undesirable. However, there is  no reason���why parking along one side only  should not tie permitted, he said.  ,      '  "Council agreed that" parking" within the  village fis a problem and that all space  possible is needed for'that" purpose. It  was also 'agreed that operation of -the  is  Us.  it.  4  i  :i  \  X  X.  ���?  X  ^  /  A  i  L  ..  samtarjr- inspector,-this, = it,' .was .stated,, . -^harf-'might present certain problems and  would-give the-applicant-the opportunity  to go --ahead with his pla-ns. - ",*,>*,  7\Ort 'the advice of. Mr. , Johnston-it' was'  moved the. letfer of application, be. tabled  pending,, a, parking^.and,sanitary- report.*  jt,necessary.a, special meeting could be'  called-to expedite proceedings.   .*    <.  WIfARE PLANS -   ���' \?'  , .HJarbours; and Wharfs ���Adrninistrator,  $1000 DONATION  ��� : J$on. Isabel Dawson mortified The Times  this week '.that; as -a contribution -to .the  commendable local effort, Recreation and  Conservation Minuter, -Hoii/Ken- Jgliernan,  has'asked the-Parks-Board,'to forward a  (fyeque-'jn, the ���amount, of,v $1,000 to the  chairman; of-the Brothers,-Memorial Park  Boardi^.'C.'P^BaUand-meT Z  ���  1' 'It is the sincere hxipeihat the arrarige-  menrtr^will contribute., to a. continuation bf  the iine progress which is being achieved  by 4he, people" of 'Gibson* and area".  BACKDATED ,< '  . - School- District, Librarian, John Bell  who., handed 'HiJras resignation .two weeks  ago was somewhat surprised; last" week to  that water and power, would have to -be,  maintained by council. . t j i  . -After-due discussion.it was agreed to.  form two committees, one to investigate  parking arrangements, the' other -to' inves-  .tigate pros arid cons of operating wharf  facilities.   .', ���        .    ���        ' *��� -   -  -*   ^ ' *    * -  Liberal meeting  elects officers  SUFFICIENT supporters turned out to  * "form a quorum at the general meeting  of-ithe Sunshine Coast Liberal Association held last Friday, February 21st. Main  item on the agenda was election of a new  executive and new slate'includes: President, Norm Watson; Vice-President, Harry  Batchelor; Past President, Joe Benner;  Treasurer, George Eberle; Joint Secretaries, Miss Heather Wheeler and Mrs. R.  Kent. Directors: F. Jorgenson, C. Gilker,  M. Mactavish, S. Wheeler, A. Rutherford,  Mrs. L. Kilborn "and Mrs. D. Barley.  . , Ih seeking a candidate,for ,the McKen-  zie Riding, - feelers had been put out to  obtain the services of old time politician  Gordon Gibson who unfortunately was  unable to accept due to other "official commitments. An attempt will now be made  to find an alternative with emphasis placed  upon need of a big name. General feeling  is that the next election will be a two, way  fight between Liberal and-NDP.  Xiberais, as "a whole have every con-  ;\-\~z ..>:;.   ;  f^S     ��   ^  vT��  \1  �����'��!  ���v^  ?  f -s  -Long Service  ,--__ ������   ���- --------_wng-service i > ^ - T~l 1   "*-       j" '"      '*ii''  Cub Master,of _ie Sechelt Pa-dc:fof   sented;"him  *witti'-��e-'Outstanding tuUCStiOIl C0IXlIIlltl66  ten years^Mr. Dave Wilson'-s^service   Service medal. Mr. Wilson was also ^ "'  -  to'\Scouttng   was   recognized   last   initiated as District Commissioner for ���macd-mrr -smili  ���froa-riltovv  Thursday when Assistant Prbviinck4   Hunechin District.    ' imJcillllJ   Willi lcdbllcld  Cdihmissioher- Robert Simmons-pr^ "''J  Extensive plans  *   *  ���<  PROPOSED construction of -barge; loading  facilities in Trail Bay, as Idesc'ribed in  Foreshore Plan 1115, cleposited in the Land  Registry Office, .Vancouver, !will certainly  bring activity to the Bay.  < Sechelt Sand and GrayelLtd. has^made  application to lease twenty acres of -Tra^  Bay just off Sechelt Indian Rfeserve"N6. 2  and under the" "  vey "published in February 1967 by; Department of Industrial Development, Trade  and Commerce, Victoria, mentions a very  large deposit of sarid. and gravel in the  vicinity" of Sechelt. The report states that  this particular body of aggregate nas been  investigated by a* large cement firm and  only, awaits construction pf a breakwater  -receive a tetter from the'Secretary-Trea^   fidehce ihat .the next provincial' goverp-    and under the "Jfavigable/Waters Protec-f   to-afford protection to loading barges.  sur^^c^n'-^jrfc-^-^^ "'rn^htf-wili-'be LiBeral and Ih Ugh��;of���eeI-'''",tib-ri Act> has? ���detJo^ited1 a platroi-tb;e.tPir'tf,-',"- piaw-. '���"   ..    -"- 'A *ZZ'" "-''l      ��� ' : -  beerl'a^ceptjld effective "January 30th, I960,.  ings. against Social Credit jn this constitu-. ��� posediaoilities with the Minister ,of;Tran5  A1 later, ridtilication amended .this to; June   .ency it is felt a, good Liberal candidate ���  oort,'Ottawa.'      .   "' ''  30ih, 1069,��    ' will gain-overwhelming support" - ' '       "South Coa��--tal Region "EoonQrnic Sur-  REPORT of the February school boar,d  '. meeting published last week was misleading in one section and the following is  a more correct interpretation of proceed*  ings.  A meeting will be held on March 3rd  between  the  Education  Committee  and!  -, representatives of the Sechelt Teachers  Association to .discuss the book "Involvement" which is the report bf the Commission of Education of the B.C. Teachers'  Federation. -     -   -  \ ' There seems to be no set policy on the  duties and responsibilities of the Education Committee which seem to overlap  somewhat with, those of the Public Relations Committee. Chairman of the Education Committee Rev. Barry Jenks wondered if policy should be written" or should  it just evolve' along the present lines.  Thife apparently is where the .confusion  '-.*---'���-    " ;-   \^dai pegs* 5  '������\.  i I w!    M"  rs**.  .. _*.V ..*������_���> i-i^  ���V*'f* ��** 'i^  U  '  .h*"  �����  ."r ,-llhjI"^,'  - - - * -��� ---\v.iv^-^-toC"^?.��*^f.iv :i-a \*h ��� -: ������ ���  ��� ���" ���*   -   - i- ��� ^ ; '  ���'    .���     .^"��*?rHr'i__B^i^>... ���^>t}7\ZZL%7j\^77AirA\^ 7^>ZyWT^rm1  **-  WlW'"  *%.^if^r*WS  tii^l__ �����  AM��*-,  A copy of the 'pjan, obtained by' the '<��� __ m^  -. ���  Timers, shows -that prior to-shipping, the-^  PjOt gujlty plea  deposit-will be stockpiled' behind lots 67    --������-��� ���)���  to 73 on,Indian Reserve No/Ij ahd from  there conveyed to the barge* loading" facility. -It is understood that the gravel will  be conveyed under the Sechelt Highway  and;then by Overhead conveyor to the  barges.,    ,        \ ;  ,  The-barge-loading facility will, it appears,   extend   220   feet  from  highWater  Volume 6. No. 13 , ^     &����  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1969 >  ���ft.*'  1 Sechelt Indian reserve  strictly private land  ,  JUDGE Arthur McLellan ruled in'county'  court last week th'at Front Street or  Seaview Road which runs between Wharf  Road'and the'Sechelt Indian Church is al  private road and not subject to the Motor  Vehicles Act.  Basil Joe who was (convicted last year,  at Sechelt and fined'^ $10' for driving a  car on1 Front Street "'without current'licence plates, successfully appealed on the  grounds that the road on the" reserve is  not a highway.  i     In allowing the appeal arid ordering'  the return, of the fine,v Judge, McLellan  said the evidence was, that the roacl. is  used by the.public only under authority  of the Indians.     ' - ^ -^ , , , ,.  "It was* not used by. the general pufcl-  lie as aright,. ,It may be the band'was not  as strict as it, might be in enforcing'-trespassing laws, but we ';cannot hold .this  generosity ,againstr -thern,'' saicL the' judge-  Band secretary Clarence Joe testified  that Seaview Road was built and paved by  the Indians at a cost 6f,$4,500 _ritcV they are  . responsible for its- maintenance.- No- trespassing signs had been posted "on the  Reserve, he said."       "    - ���    '  Splurge of projects .z:  promised for Mackenzie  CONSTRUCTION of a new Lois' River-  Bridge at Powell River, electric riower  for Bella Bella, and the development of  Skookumchuk Park, were three programs  highlighted- today by the Honourable Isabel Dawson, Minister without Portfolio.:  The Lois River Bridge will have a flat  deck, with no overhead obstruction. For  an alternate crossing during the construction of this bridge, a temporary 'Bailey .  bridge will be' installed up-stream from  the present bridge.'  Mrs. Dawson stated that while it would  be necessary to use this Bailey bridge for  at least"part of the summer, she.felt the  end result would more than compensate  for the inconvenience. -   ,r  Mrs. Dawson was also pleased that' a  start will be made this summer on' the  development of the Skookumchuk Park.  Some of the young people" connected with  the Department of Recreation and Conservation's Youth ^ Program "will be busy  working on the "development of this park.  ��� The Provincial "Government's prograih  to provide for the installation of hydro at  Bella Bella was also praised by Mrs. Dawson, and she -farmed as "Very regrettable"  the "lack of co-operation by the Federal  Government over the past several years  to find a solution torthe desperate need' for  the ��� Provision bf eV^cJpower ih this  area,  ���.���i".  appy on marijuana c  elects county court trial  ���ge  AN AMERICAN hippy formerly residing  . in a shack at Halfmoon Bay, Raymond        _���         _.   _.      mark" out into-the Bay and will consist of    Louise Le Grange, appeared before Magjs-_ Own Counsel is John McAlpine""  ���Peyen '|7 pile.dolphins^placed 50 ft. apart    trate Charles Mittelstfca'dt last Thursdiiy, ���   ��� '������rAi -Vue 'tjrelimmartr  -trial   Mn^U  trial by County Court Judge and is represented   by ' Lawyer   F.   P.   Chamberlin.  i'and,:,surmounted by ��� a outwalk.���*' It wiU  accommodate barges up to, a ^axirriurh of  220 ft. ,x'44 ft. and approximately 6,000  yds, will bo dredged to accommodate  them./ .���.,;.' ���',,'������������. ' ':',���;r ���7y ..V' ': '  , Application for approval of the site  and plans, will be made to the Minister of  Transport, one mopth from February'5th  when intention' was first published.  "February 21 in Seqhelt to answer a charge  of.possession of .marijuana following a raid  about three weeks previously      i  At the time of the raid, Lc Grange was  sharing the'shack with .four other American hippies, one of which was a juvenile  girl,   These all vacated the area immedi-  i ately, after the arrest of LcGrarigc,'  Entering a plea of not guilty, heiClected  Majority support  Trial Swing  Vice-president of the Sunshine Coast  Golf and Country Clwb, Mick McKay,  has the honour of 'being ono of 'the  first to try out the new course at Rob-  cit'ts Creek.  Official opening date is  scheduled for May and judging by ap-  Kcarances it would seem the date will  e mol The friend looking on Iryos  up to his name by retrieving balls  that might go astray.  Sectors meeting  Goniicil rejects rezdning  Block 9. stays residential  buiifry:  Ciy opening  'DIRECTORS of the Sunshine Coast Golf  nnd Country Club held (their first meet- ���  ���\ng of tlie year February 12th with Keltic  WrlRht in,the,chair.,     ,    . ,     .  Tr-nttltlve Opening date for tho golf  course has been set for May and u combined effort la called for In order to make  thifl, target. Members arc to bo Invited ,  shortly to participate In n rock plcltlng  session nnd It Is hdp<:<l that with sufficient  ������BU-port-1.be bulk of offending rocko which  have worked through will bo removed.  A further announcement in this regard  will be made later.   . , ,   '  While weather'conditions'held up work  on the grocnti, Roy Taylor, who i�� presently Building and Course Superintendent,���*���  ha�� bocn activt-ly engaged on construction  of tho club liouse. The roof Is now on and  witulowH should he Installed In the near  future. Some construction, hn��, rilno'bcork  carried out to the Pro nhop, Meinbore aro  invited to drop out and view tho progresa  that Is being made,  It wns reported that the ununually  heavy snow fall appears to have canned  practically no damage, Ii la now nccciv  Amy to cut, some of (he gi;a.s-i.but this la  held..-up wM ft. 9uexrUV.y-<>t vtaull tXKtnm  liavo "Wen removed.   Volunteers for this  arc urgently needed.   ���,     -,  Tho treasurer- reported that all outstanding balances on debentures would be  Welcome In' order that' various items of  <*qujpment bo purchased which will assist  in preparation of thc'counto for opening.  To complete full complement, thlrty-  fe-even memberships only are available.  (Membership will be cut off once these nro  sold tmd it li> anticipated thnt onco the  courjje Ih open for piny there will Imj a rush  to snap up tho few remaining member-  ; ships,'   . |  ,";, I There Is also n limited number of tick-  ft�� livnllablo for'tliO Spring Dance, scheduled ' for April 10th. Thb has ohvayw  proved a popular cveiit and it la tlicreforo  ndvlned that -tickets be purchased now.  Varloua committees wero formed for  thu final push and' include: Finance, E.  JjJhcrmim and H. Redman; Membership,  ,W. Sneddon; Greens committee, E. Mcll-  walne, D. Sleep nnd C. McKay; Match  committee, D, Clnyton, E. Hume nnd M.  Jny; Ways nnd Menns, K, Wright, B. Ited-  mun and E. Sherman; House committee,  B, Gordon; Bylaws, IX. Tl\pmns, B, Gordon  .anil C'Mc&Uy.    ' *,*.".-',.  OVERWHELMING vote in* favour of the  extension to St. Mary's Hospital could  mean an1 ulmo.it immediate start on construction, Health Minister Ralph Loff-,  mark earlier advised the hospital board  that a ninety per cent yes vote could result In approval of elimination of thb normal one month waiting period, thus permitting an early start,  A 04.09% vote last Saturday in favour  mnclo!abundantly clear the fnot the public  will approve money Referenda when it ia  felt a need exists, As was expected, tho  turn out wns not high and areu enthusiasm  might' be seen from the following !break  down: |    . i ���     ���  Egmont���-Yes 12; No 1.  Garden Bay-���Yes 25; No l>.  Madeira, Park���Yea 05; No 17.  Halfmoon.Bay���-Yea 63; No 6, ..,  Du'vls Bay���Yes ��2; No 0,  Roberts Creek���Yc�� 135; No 5.  Gibsons Rural���Yc* 118; No 4.  Glbsona VillaRc���Yes 271; No 7.  'Hopkins "Landing���Yai 53; No 0.  -ScthcLl���Yc* 378; No 10.  BRIEF SURVEY  Mr. Ray Kersey, Industrial comml.n-  tiioncr for department of industrial development paid a very brief visit with Mayor  Swain as he'passed .throuRh Sechelt during his announced "look Into opportunities  for Industrial development In ithe area,"  This wn^ reported'nt last council meeting  at which Alderman Norm Watson passed  tho comment' that it could be Kcrsry ia a  fhiM.-unsuct��^ui.lQ|jMa(Uw caiMlida.te.   RECENT application for rezoningof pix>p-,  erty at Porpoise Bay to light Industrial  with the object of establishing a .machine ���  shop was rejeccd. at last mooting of .Sechelt council, '        , :  Application first came up ��t a previous  meeting when the applicants,* -Mr.  and, ,  Mrs. Cliff Salahub,- outlined their plana  for u small commercial development.  At  that time, council discussed tho'proposal'  nt length but were generally not favourably disposed to rczoning the presently  xx\sldc*o.tlal property, part of lot 9.  -   Following a suggestion lust week that  definite action be taken, Alderman Norm-  Watson moved the application be turned  down,   He wns seconded by  Alderman  -Morgan Thompson who slated ho had'pre-.  Viously been undecided hut in light of a  letter from another property ownar'.hvtho  same block asking what ho could construct in tho way of residential property,  he now feels It would be wrong to redone.  Aid. Watson pointed out that the property In question fronts on to foreshore  which Is held for tho village for recreational purposes and therefore he sees no  reason to change it. Ho added that, he has  been Investigating possibilities! of establishing the area-for recreational use,   "I  am not able to soy too much at thla tlmo  but havo very good reason to believe* It  can be turned into an excellent public  recreational area," he said.  Aid. Chuck Rodway 'nrgucd that the  door should not be closed hi that later  councils might feel otherwise and decide  1o re-tone. However, ho failed to"accept'  an Invitation by Aid. Watsson to add an  amendment to the motion to reject (he  application..  Put to a vote. Aid. Rodway xpglKlered  a lone abstention from voting, , ,  VANDALISM  Aid. Rodway reported that more,vandalism haa-beon carried out to the HuckeU  Park; rest rooms.   A door had  bc.cn,left  open nnd toilet fittings Smashed,   Aid. Thod'tpwpk otpfca%c4 Uw* vkw Uwfc  as one key only exists for the building,'���  it would seem that whoever occepts responsibility during such time the building  is In use for ball.games, etc, does not  exercise sufficient care to lock it up afterwards. He said it might be worth considering locking up the rest-rooms for good.  Following discussion on ways nnd  means by which the vandalism, might,be  eliminated, It was agreed to repluco the  smashed tank..  AIRPORT  Reporting  on the   municipal   nirport,  Aid. Thompson said u meeting hod been  held between the airport committee, members of the Regional District, Aero Club  and Mr. Al Campbell of Tyee Airways  Ltd. He sold Mr. Campbell has now Indicated he does not require the entire airport but is Interested In Jcablng a portion  for u hangar.  It appeuru that there are  problems   Involved   in   operating   float  planes to some areas ond Mr. Cumpbcll  wishes to establish a land plane operation  at the airport, Aid. Thompson added that  the Airlines operator is prepared to pay  rent for the lease. ,  Mayor' Bill Swain expressed the view  that "it sounds like a similar deal as the  aero club" but was to)d by Aid. Thomson  "not exactly,"  Aid. Watson suggested that before any  commlttol bo made, council should first  explore the possibilities that other airlines might be interested, Mayor Swain  agreed and said it mlgtn be worth contacting. Powell River, he r.aid ho under*,  nlanda a commercial flight, lands there  daily from Vancouver.  Aid, Watson explained that a Dakota  , is no longer, used on this particular flight  ' and hits been replaced by a larger pilane  ; which  would  require  a  longer  runway  than ours.  Mayor Swain' suggested consideration  bo 'given acquiring property at one end! of  the runwijy for extension purposes.  (Matter was left for* further Investigation by Uie alvpocl wuuuUtee.  At "the 'preliminary trial, 'Magistrate  Mittelstead, decided sufficient" evidence  was available to commit the' 'accused for  Cduhty Court trial.-";       ������-.   -       ./GIBSONS '.! ''.'������'./:   I; .���!y-'.Z:.:.  Presiding at Gibsons'Magistrates Court,  Magistrate .Mittelsteadt had a! busy day  last Tuesday, February 18th and to the  first charge, operating a motor vehicle  with no insurance, Brian, Ross Harrison  entered a plea of guilty and, was fined $50  or ten days jail. ;'���'���'  Offense :Occurred last July but "lb has  taken police all this time to .catch' up to  Harrison who gave court a number of reasons for hisjnability to pay an earlier fine  of $25, and tho reason he has been moving  from one area to.another.    ' '  He failed to pay his fine and wtas therefore taken into eustody, jail bound.-  , ' Gilles A'rthcr Cadcrette charged under  tho ,Social Welfare- act, with fraud, was  remanded to March 17th,     ..���;.������;.  MISCHIEF  Hugh Paul Schroedcr, presently serving  time for impaired 'driving, and .driving  while under suspension, appeared to answer a further charge ot public mischief  in that he gave- the police false informa-  1 tlon, .  Pleading that he was unaware (this was  1o be a preliminary trial and,that he needed time to obtain legid odvlco, he was told  by the mngistroteT;thnt H, had been made  clear to him at an earlier date that he '  would be appearing ot'thiB time for n preliminary trial, It was therefore ordered  that the preliminary trial continue.  Entering a plea of not guilty, he elected  trial by Judge and jury and warned tho  court he would he writing to tho Attorney  General, ,    ,  Sufficient evidence was considered to  exist to warrqnt committal to higher.court.  NO I.T. RETURNS  Lyndon Brandon of Port Mellon entered  < plea of guilty to four charges of failure  to file income Uix returns., The magistrate  was told he had been warned on a number  of occasions but hnd failed to co-operate.  He was fined a total of $100. $25 an  each count.  CONSUMING  Two youths, I Allan Richard Wilson,  aged 18 and Richard. Anthony Dnvles,  aged 20, -entered pirn8 of guilty to consuming liquor n�� minors. Both were fined $50  each,  Duvks told the court that as n taxpay-  Ing working man, he would be called to  finht for his country in the event of a war  yet is not permitted to have a glass of  bevr.    ���   - i  Magistrate Mittelsteadt told him he  quite agreed hut pointed out that Ibis Is  thu law and It la hlu duty to aOuUttlfclw 4U  . .. i  ^��^^-^V*^"W^��*Y''***.J*��Y,*i(f'*'' "*MWl*"*!f"'*>-'S-����Wi**Wr**"-�� tM H^*|����l��  #^m^<^mW!p/��r^-&)!*w,ix*-r'!l"*l*''' *������������������A*��tM few-sag^*-?** t^e*&i*ai��ite��.  ^H.ift-U^V-VU.J  **��� ^a"-���*-! ��*"  ^wv..!   v~u��..,~L.r  ", W^,^,.^-^*-*���-I'Wivfci'Wrf,"-. -^���,vV4.����^'..itf ��>�� ZJ*.*ff-^i^jr*ut *, j v,wA����v  I >'  1  <1  ��� f  il  1 1  I*  froge A _ freninsulo times, Wednesday, February 26, 1969  ^^-s**^"^; '_-u;>V'il-"r-_o___B>, 1 ^VIEWaots-for-tsale^iwest Se-  -EXCELLENT   commercial; lot ^SMALL^ bedroom house^all' -lM4.>ASH;>Uns well, body  jHEPEmNSUIAFAweA-Seeltelt,- PhQne^885*9-654  i*     chdC P~ * 88WBSQ  or  885-*   --^centre Sechelt-highvw lo-.- ���* elect.,.plus.3 room c-Sbin qn \ poor,  '68-plates $65.  Pete  '.v�� yt,�� v,.^���.  <,-,,# \        * --\l> "   '���       _        1     -_A��� ��_ .._    ./i    ���~���-,i.       .^i5-_    i i   _-j   _nn-k��� ' am - .1  .Acto . with   view  of   rifenr&fa ,  Smith.' Sf*-1m��. Park .flftS-Q4fi3.  Classified  wiinvitim-i-amwM'i'^aii^^  '-"��� Published Wednesday by   rt-  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ,  "w    ot Sechelt, B.C. * "    -  aamMBmnM  REAL ESTATE (Continued)  REAL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (Continued)   , CARS and TRUCKS  FOR SALE (Continued) LEGAL NOTICES  -w*>-  USED Wringer -Washers: -Zen  979B or write Box 441, Sechelt.    cationTlevefTnd ^xffiZJM ^-^[.vrlih riew rt Georgia - Smith/ Selma- Park, ,885-9463.     McClary Easy, ,$38&h",Westing-  "../?   '9883-tfn' S6mces^ available."'"Be-xfMlO* "<Strait;  -on- Mumcipal-watejr.     .     .    * i ,>����� .2180-13    house.-" ftift.fls-�� .'Wertfartmise   H_j4. - ,PeohWla 'Times.'-    'Ul04-'t_ -Pf���     ��00;. /d.p      $6,500,: 7Z��  - ..*..-. ��� .      ,, balance $&<) per month; $% int.   ivlD!>  jt-  HELP WANTED (Con*.)  * if 'Your desire to  SELL YOUR'PROPERTY  'We pffer1" '  LOTS tor" sale, 4 cleared view.1 ��1,00 per year task's. Contact a.  > Itits in' S&m& -Park/ 'Serviced-   Kelly R.'R.If,1 Sechelt.-Tel. 885-  WAITRESS > required.   Phone   ���Continuous * advertising * in  885-9769.   * < -'2197-13       four newspapers.  with powe�� and ��� water.^Priced *\9979r  at-$2,750-eaeh; P.O. ^ox< 299, v_fc_ ".,���- ���  Sechelt or to view contact" L;'  WANTED  Nestma-n/Selma Park?' 9659-^fn h Tf***w����r  2129-13  Member, Audit- Bureau  .- of Circulations  .  September 30,1968   *-  Gross Circulation 2250       .,   ,  Paid Circulation 1942  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs" (12 words)  -.-One dnsertion  : 75c  ���Three Insertions -__: $1.50  "Extra lines (4. words) __ 1-15c  * (This rate does not apply to  \        ' commercial Ad-Briefs.) *       (  Box Numbers" 1���J 10c extra  _5c Book-keeping charge" is addfd  ;   ���   for Ad-Briefs not pfaid by ���'     \  ���'   publication date.* '  /Legal,at Reader advertising 35c  -'"   ' "  *   per count line.       ^  *��� -  Display   advertising4in 'classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  *   ***    ���" i \     �� ^     \. r  ' ' Subscription Rates���  "By mail;.Pehinsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  - *By'mail, Special citizens _-$3 yr.  By carrier- s I 50c month  COMING EVENTS  ^mI i-   - I" nil' '"��� I '       "���'     ''  FOB/;Twilight -Theatre   programme phone 886-2827.   *  2021-7  ANNOUNCEMENT  *V   '"^-,-1 '���      *    .    *   1_-, ';   "   '  THE marriage of Miss Ven-  ������ cita, Pacris to Mr. Kjeld  Milto-n. Hansen will take place  at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March  1st in the Holy Family Catholic Church, Sechelt.     2188-13  MR. AND MRS. Robert L.  Jaclcson'of Sechelt, wish to  announce the engagement of  their daughter" Pamela Joan  Vo" David Kerr Tattrie, son of  , Mr. and Mrs. H. .C. Tattrie,  Brownvale, Alberta.     2206-13  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  2Vx 294,-Sechelt, B.C.  Phone  ���5J&-9876. 969-tfn  FOR   Twilight   Theatre    programme phone 886-2827.  ,. ,'   ' ���  . ' ��� '    2022-7  WRITERS interested in meeting ' at  informal  gatherings.  Phdne- 886-7240. " 2091-16  HAVE you visited The Times  ' Bookstore yet? The selection  --,wiU-. Surprise  you. .phone., 885-,,  -. 86^t-il>rop;ini& ,br/��w^e1.  > *.".  |     '" " ".�� .21^?-tln  ' "WORMS a problem?'-* Use  "PAMOVIN" the ONE-DOSE  - treatment -for pinworms. Available -at 'Kruse Drug Stores,  Sechelt and Gibsons,      2174-22  WORK WANTED���  i i "    ������   _ .... ���  WILL your trees be safe this  ��� winter?' Let us make certain.  Trees topped, limbed or felled.  Insured, experience and guaranteed ' work. Free safety  inspections and estimates,  phone 885-2109. 9943-tfn  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  , Painting, gardening, Janitor  3ervice, old jobs, etc. All work  guaranteed, RR1 Sechelt, Phono  885-2191 or 885-2094.        1871-tm  BUILDER seeks jobs, contract  * or" hourly. 883-2280.      21C945  YOUNG girl aged 20, seeks  any kind of work. 885-2184.  ������*y>A   >������:��"���   "'��� ���--,- 2182-13  HELP WANTEP  ��'"��'"|l-l 'I ���I - -I" -    Z,, I L ��� --���II"   ���������    ���'�����������  1': 'A !':sXl^l%W^^  Top price paid. Good quality  required; Contact J. M. Hayes,  Reed  Moss  &  Ferri, Sechelt,  885-9313, 0532-tm  , , -������, ,���.,,,,,������.  '^UL:'pick_te;,Vv'ANTED  Plione Mrs.  Nalda Wilson  885-9746- ot* write: '  Box 390f Secholt, B.C.  cAllison  evergreen co.  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huckleberry        37c Bunch  "������**"���"-       plus 5c bonus  Snlnl 40c Bunch  plus 5c bonus  Contact plant before picking.  Located    ot   Roberts    Creek,  ��� j   -across fltroet from fltoro.  WANTED TO. BUY %  t-v      h   ���*��� "  t i ,   f'     ^   *a    POSTAL cancellations of Irvine's Landing, Earl's Cove,  Wilson Creek & Howe'Sound  or any- other old envelopes,  postal cards & view cards. Ph,  886-7759 or " write to David  Nystrom, Box 235, Gibsons,  B.C.* ' < 2192-14  FOR RENT   ;  HALL fort rent, Wilson Creek  ��� Community HaU.VContect Mr.  Glen",Phillips. 885-2183.fl'095-tfn  SPACIOUS  1   ^droom   suite,  with frig ��nd stove., Sechelt  centre. $95 month. 885-9366.   \  \ ��� -2072-tfn  WANTED TO RENT     ;  WANTED 4o xent in "Sechelt  ���Wilson * Creek area;-' three  bedroom house. Ph."*885-2823.  r   ~ --        -     ',' '      2205-W  . REAL ESTATE ;'  MADEIRA-PARK���approx.- 5  ���. -acres-* of Lak-efront - property  on" paved road and * waterline,  with secluded-3 bedroom basement home. Auto Oil' and fireplace. TPhone 856-8628. - Mr! R.  Lockhart, R,Rl 17 Aldergrove.  "    -  '     '        ��� 2095-tfn  THE SUFKH7NES"ON  DAVIS   BAY:   New   tTnique  i^i design, 1,500 ii of^spacious liv-  1 ing;< 3   bdrms;   living  rpont;  dining room and kitchen"1 Col.  Van. plumbing, Split level with  basement   and J large - family  room" over. Some finishing. Will  sell unfinished of  will' finish;  $27,500.       ' '     J      - ���  TILLICUM BAY: Acreage on  hydros water system. $8,700.  View lot on hydro and water  system. $2,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: Near  golf course \ 1.25 acres. $2,500.  SELMA PARK: New G. L.  entry���-large" X. iroom,- twin kitchens & 2-fire places. Dandy  family home.  $28,000.  SECHELT: Waterfront home.  2200: 3' bedroom with 4th 'in  basement. Rec. room. F.P.; A/  oil heat: $32,500.  ���Effective and provea 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' answering service."  ���No charge to you if there is  no sale.  SECHELT AGENCIES-LTD.  Phone 885-2161   '    ���'   .  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.       "  Box 369, Gibsons, B.C.  *   "'    . ,2181-tfn  HOPKINS r���" Fully   serviced  ~* - >'  Waterfront.'* & Acreage  BLOCK BROS.     -' n  Phone f^r, Good  68V-97Q0 collect  or 736-5933'  For fast service on all -'  properties and businesses ,  ' '*''     ' ''        \ 2178-tfn  SECHELT & AREA 'J  SERGEANT BAY   "*  Ocean  View Estates.- Selling  fast & Just a few left.*$2,0QO  hWHtL purchase patches -of  ", ? stariding timber:' Phone 886-  J ,2455.. '       V' ' % 1681-tfn  FO|t   Twilight.   Theatre   pro-  v ,< gramme phone 886-2827.  *���>   ��� ' *' '       ' "       " 2023-7  METAL^hotising   (casing)   for  ^'NO;" '550   Fairbanks   Morris  weirpump. 886-9623 after 5 p.m.  - '    ..   '"'      -���    ;   *  -       2179-15  A : .   , SMALL ,' breed female dog���5  '; '.sp^yed  -and  Rouse 'broken.  ��� 885-995^:/v,    -.       2184-13  ���USED baby r stroller - wanted.  -   Ph: 885-9364 after 6 p.m.  U^'r-^**���"       * ",     2187-13  ���ANTIQtlElS'; of- ali:,descrip-  ' lions"~- "Copper y- Brass >'���,;  JSHv��r/;v-- .Old*  paintings  YAMAHA -250   c.e.    5  speed.    1958    Chey.,1  "good ���  running condition. 885-2087.  .   '.-     ���       -        -      ,2194rl7a  1968 COMET' Cyclone ' G.T:-^  j ."the   hot' one<----Thi& -car  "loaded, V8,,sports shift, 2 dr.  H.T,, radio-with sound magic  reverberation  system,   bucket  seats, power steering,  power  brakes.'     Pause-     automatic  wipers, seat- belts  and other  - accessories.- Vancouver   price  $2,795/, Egmont   price   $2,150.  ' Take   motorcycle - on   trade.  Kelly 883-2502. 2191-13  '59 ~   VAUkHALL    ,- station  wagon,   in .runnings order.  $65. Phone 886-9690.     2196-15.  BOATS ond ENGINES   *  SVk H.P: JOHNSON fisherman  outboard : mi-tor,1' like > new.  $250. See at Ron's Shoe Repair,  Gibsons. *    . ' 2082-13  32-FT. GUtnetter, Warren Bay,  a licence, 2- phones & soun-  semi-waterfront view lot close    to $6,000. A fishing &, boat- - victotiau" picturtes���etc:<  etc'   de*r  Crown^ Chrvsler   Ph   883-    GH  toiexceUent beach. Ideal pej-    ing paradise. 10% down pay-    885i2*320.' ^ ^-   *- 2200-13   5^'    * 209W4    St  manent hemfestter FuU   price   ment. Balance 1% pep month.    '-     -'      / ���     ��� V-     f!_! __!__    ai  price  $4,500.  CrRANTHAMS���5 year old  bungalow on fenced lot Vith  carport and "separate matching  workshop.' "Large living room  with floor to'ceiling fireplace.  Magnificent vieW.'- Perfect for  retirement. Futt price $16,500.  Terms.  v GIBSONS���4% acres op highway, close -to * village. Ample  wdter, supply.* Property slopes  gently from -highway with view  over Sttait. Full price $6,500.',  SECRET'COVE AREA���Waterfront 2 acres with over 350 feet  seafrontage. Spectacular: 180  degree'view. Full'price $15,600.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Waterfront.- 3' 'acres fully serviced  with 225 feet on. placid lagoon.  Gentle -slope to level- -beach.  Full price $11,500.   -  PENDER HARBOUR���Level,  cleared waterfront lot fully  serviced with' 70 feet frontage  on sheltered' bay. Easy access  off paved road. Full price  $5,750. - -   -  SAKINAW LAKE ��� Waterfront. Your choice of three lots  onithis picturesque 6 mile lake  just*3 hours from Vancouver.  Lots average 80 feet on* lake 'by  170' feet. Excellent fishing and  TILLICUM BAY  FOUND  V.'L.fA'.���24bdrms.; large .liv-1 ���  ��� ,  mg'rjri.; R.I.",> rec, rm. * oh 1.8 . JLO FT^'BLUE "clinkei* boat.  fecre57'Goodvview, Ms blotk to "--icontact* Mfi'' Pallaht, Half-  beach.-'   Excellent      fishing,    moW Bay, 'B.C. "\ =��� "   2183-13  swimming;'boating, etc. Could  ' *   '   ,,''���_-_J 1, '",',  bfe' made into "6 iote, .leaving'' BU5LD1NG SUPPLIES' ':  "  house on % acre. F.P. $17,500;  '-r-^ ,f ���y';,,1 ','���''";��� -  Make   am   offer..   Call   Larry*  GIBSONS^   Building    Suppheji  Xtd.v,v 886-2642;'-'Gibsons,  B.C.  WANTED 14 ft. "aluminum boat.  " Call" 883-2485. Mr."^ 'A. 'W.  Spetch, R.R. 1, Halfmooh Bay,  B.C.7''    i        "    '   ' '" "2177-13  LICENSED-28 -ft. droller.' Gur  dies,^  sounderj.    4    cylinder'  Horses-Something * for.  Reardon,  681-0692  - 6131.-  or  988-  n,  CANADA PERMANENT  "'TRUST'   ��� -     - *  7      Z      . 2190-13  ACREAGE PROPERTIES;  WEST SEGHELT. Exceptional Subdivision, possibilities. 27 acres of view property-  overlooking Trail Islands.  Short���walk- to -easy -access  beach. Close to new school  with new homes predominating;. Asking $33,000.00 with  reasonable down payment *fb  the right1 buyer. CALL: Bob  Kent-^885-9461.        *   '      "1  ACREAGE IN SECHELT.  27-acris" price"*-at $27,500.00  Cash.-*Made up of-5 seperate  adjoining parcels of property  overlooking" Porpoise Bay.  Ohe parcel has some acres  cleared with a-few fruit trees.  'Quality -Beady-teixecpconcrete  -' Serving the area'for 20 'years  ~ ���-    -.���'.'���> '-.note-  TRAVEIi  -<���'-',  __���     .     ^  . .     CALL;   John   R.   Qoodwin���  Water sports. FuU price $4,250    885-2161       ' -    each. Terms.   .' : >    <f r *���  FOR all travel -information ^and  '���} bookings, Margaret MacKen-  zie Xlocarrep");* Eaton's. Whefe  To, Go. Travel,'886-2960. Gibsons:  -*    "     - ��� -        '- 9968-tfn  - 8 days - $69  Side trips'. Fun Money and v  -    " i ���> Extras.'-'*.' '.- \ *--<  Leaving -March 8th 'and Easter,  ���-" '���  ��� 1    ��� April* 15.^ -   /��������������  'Contact TAYLOR- TOURS  4532 Earls Street/  Vancouver 16  434-4555"'      .  2102-13  Gray Marine. 883-2456.  - 2175-13  14 ft. CLINKER built - boat  with 5 h.p.: Briggs, Good condition.' First $100 cash takes it.  Ph. 886-2690. 2193-13  FOR SALE  IF" IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  'r  .".  v-       , .    ,8893-tfE  -EAVING Canada ��� Kitchen  set, transistor radio; ��� table  with 2 ring-electric hot plate,  picture frames; automobile  head rests, other articles. Ph.  -886-9361. ' 2204-13  1968 PIONEER chainsaw. 28"  bar & chain, used only 8-9  times, good condition, ,$200 or  best1 offer. 885r-2028:<    2185-15  JUDY  LaMARSH���Memoirs  of  ~aJBird In A'Guilded Cage.  Now available* at  The  Times  Bookstore. 885-9654, Sechelt.  '    '    '' '' 2157-tfn  $19.95;�� iWestihghouse  Cottage , Range,, 220v,, $39.95;  Iriteniationar'Harvester Fridge,  $39.95. Watch",.for, our1 Big  Hoover Bonus Days- Sale, $  savings . for. 'you at barker's  Hardware Ltd.' Phone -S85-2171.  Sechelt, B.C.   -.'- ��� >-    ^-2162-tfn  >���- ���..������,_-..x,  ..    ..    ..������   ,....* "Tl���  COOK BOOKS ' Galore-Something for'i-v everyotie���Betty-  Crockers" Cooky1 'Book���Bettet  Homes & Gardens Cassetolfe  Cook Book���Outdoor Cook' Book  ������Chinese Cooking���Pies 'and  Cakes���Favourite ways with  Chicken���Adventures in* Food-  Barbecue Cooking.- Many ^others  at" The* --Times * "Bookstore,  Sechelt. 885-9654: -2160-tfn  RUBBER stamps of all des-  "criptioris  may be  obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service oh all orders.   j" ,        , i , ���  BUY, your   trash   incinerator  from   Sechelt" Kinsmen   at  $3.50 each.- 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 hundreds of quality books to choose  from,at The Times Bookstore,  Sechelt. 885-9654. - 2158-tfn  ART    BOOKS���Made   .Simple  -' Series���Maps &��� Map1 Making  Childrens     Books���Hunting*���  every-  i-wf.  Form No. -18   -  , ^(Section 82)-    * K .  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply, to  - ' ���     Leasfe Land1 *,- --l'5  ....���--���        I '  -  In Land Recording District, of  Vancouver,1 B.C. and situate  Trail Bay, just off the Sechelt  Indian Reserve No. 2 at'Sechelt, B.C. -  i".  Take notice that J. S. Kennedy of Vancouver, B.C..'Occupation Engineer * intends ���' * to  apply* for l a -lease ' of the  following described-'lands:-^"-  - Commencing' at'a pbst_>plim-  ted" at highwater mark opposite  NW ' corner lot 5 of"1 Indian  Reserve " No. 2,' Sechelt,; plan  B.C. 645 and Canada Lands  Plan 51378 thence West'V* mile;  thence North Vl6 mile, more or  less to H.W.M.; thence;returning along Said.H.W.M. in a  generally S.'E." directum to "the  point of commencement, .arid  containing 20 v acres, more or  less, for' the1 purpose of Con-  struction a '1>arge "loading  facility.        .    '  JOHN  SEATON .KENNEDY  Dated 29 January; 1969.  2071-Pub. Feb:-5, 12���19 and-26.  ' H.-Gregory 885-9392  vdon. Hadde'n< 885-9504  H. B. "GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.'  Phone 885-2013  Sechelt, B.C.    2151-tfn  BLOCK BROS.  Mr.   Good:   681-9700 **  24  hr.  service or 736-5933 ** office  Let Us Sell Your Property  Sunshine Coast Selected  Properties  ACREAGE PENDER  HARBOUR AREA  Lake   front   with   house   78  acres    overlooking   lake    and  road,   about   1,000   ft.   front.��  $22,500. Terms. I  Garden Bay Lake, about 127  acres with 1800 ft. overlooking  lake from the bluff. Stream on  property. $19,900. Terms,  SECHELT INLET-^about 180  ft. waterfront with homo and  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  -Mackay at 886-9900. Evenings   886-7088   - / -"��� ���-** *-  FJNLAY REALTY^LTb.;'-  GIBBONS '  -URQUrrLAM  *��� ; 2154-12  EWART'McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Mutiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  2.9 acres of hideaway with  quaint but solid log house  plys guest cottage. Half cash  on total of $15,000. One block  from beach.  $12,000 or offers considered,  for three room and both home  close to Village. Close to  prime bench, on B.T. rd. First  suggested area for Regional'  water,  Half acre of W.F., 100' wide.  Well    insulated    two    bdriri.  cabin. A very desirable proper-    home with 1170 sq. ft. floor  ty. 28 acres $25,000. Terms,  Homes,.','.  Right across ilo tlio beach, an  older typo home modernized  with all conveniences for permanent living on nice -sized  property, Gower point Road  area.   Terms,   asking   $28,000,  area, A-O ' and Heatilator  principal F,P. Guest' or!-rental, cottage nllso for $25,000.  Terms,  One acre of rock-bluff view  property on B.T, rd., overlooking the Gulf, No water,  but Regional water projected  will trade for Vancouver * pro-   for this year. $0,600,  Phone 886-2633  2051-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  ;;    EVERGREr-NS  Mndelra Park  Salal Pickers Wanted  IlueWebcrry 37c bunch  .������'.������ plus'5c bonus  Salal 40c Ininch  .-������ - plus Be bonus  Contact Plant before picking.  Located 1st house north, Pemlcr  Harbour Hotel.  Phone 88,3-2265  2050-tfij  *'?'  AT SELMA PARK-Lovely  vlow property;, good Sized honio  with F.C. basement, auto oil  and II.W., 2 bdrms., sun deck  overlooking tho Bay, blacktop  D-.W. Plus, two rentals, ono  bedroom cabins on same property $27,500, only $5,000 down.  ON mGHWAY-Nr. Gibsons,  about 1.5 acres all services.  Ideal for drive-in or other commercial property, $6,000.  ON HIGIIWAY-Junctlon of  highway Frances Peninsula  Road at Madeira Park. Tlio  pick of all I commercial property, includes all' services,' Ideal  for Motel, Service Station of  Drive���In 450 ft' Jt 201 ft  approx. Corner property  $21,000, both rooda buicktoppcd.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-  Money making motel,>' located  in ideal position, husband' and  wife operated 3 yca-r rotntd pro-  l>ositlon# substantial cash down  payment or trade yotir Vancouver or other propeitty, Further Information1' by appolrit-  mcnlonly, Picaso phono Mr.  Good. ��� ���" **'������ ��� ���' '    * -  BLOCK BROS.  Mr.   Good:   681-��7(K) %*  ?4  hr-  service or 736-5933 ** offko  Let Us Sell Your Property  3152-13  dV* acres, over 200' w.f., nil  useable land, 3 rm, cottage  on arbutus and fir covered  rock bluff shore. Island nnd  Gulf, vlcW. Terms om $15,000.  24" x20' Holiday Homo on  an acre of highway property  at Mlddlepoint. Own water,  community supply If desired,  Distant water view. Terms on  $7000.  All elect., 3 bdrm., semi w.f.  homo, almost new on % acre.  Good well & pressure pump,  220 service. Convenient wash-  or-dryer nook, mmdeck and  carport.  %  down on $10,000.  The most in comfort. 2  bdrm., A/O and Heatilator f.p,  horrio with oak floors nnd  Acryloru rugs.' Self- Cont.  furhildied suite r in bsmt.  Landscaped, concrete walks  and retaining walls, garage,  $7000 dn, on F.P.-of $22,500.  A big family, Iota of friends  and no summer home? Here's  on acre of land, a block from  tho sea, alx bdrm. house nnd  guest cabin for $15,500. Only1  $5,500 dn.  LOTS OF LOTS -      -  , Village .... Lots from $2,300  ^$3-,*2D0vA';/";'"/* ,/;,J "  i ���- > Welcomfe 'Beacri . '. . Frdm  .$l;909-a$3;000.r!  i    ���  Davis B'ay-Selma Pk. $3,500  to $4,500. * ���_   > ��-.!���;.  View Property ... $4,000 up.  Halfmoon Bay . f . $2,800 up.  SECHELT AGENCIES  Phone 885-2161  2202-13  i *. - --   ��� - ���  -  PENDER HABOUR: This  three xo6ni home has wonderful view of Harbour. Close to  shopping etci and bus line.  Workshop -and storage shed.  Completely furnished for a  full price of "only $8050. Call  DON TAIT 883-2284.'   -  HOTEL LAKE: ' 200' best  waterfront, ' sunny side. V*  acres ready to build into Sun  Fun,. Full * pricb ' $4,G00: Call  DON TAIT 883-2284.  ROBERTS CREEJC: 5 acres,  only 3D0*' from' Highway-, Level  and has been.partlalljr cleared  Year dounrcreek crosses-property:- Full Price -only' $4500.  ��� Immaculate 5 room home,  features view living rpom,  dining room; cabinet kitchen-  vanity bath, two ���. bedrooms,  full concrete basement :wlthi  Ree. room, A/oil furnace.  Garage and greenhouse,."75' of  waterfront. Jpull Prjeo only  $23,500. ������������   , ���    ���   ���������'..'.'-.���i  .,     '  tn the centre of Gibsons.  Delightfully 'fih'isheil Iht^rioi*,  three ' bedroom ��� home,1" largo  living"' roomi W/W carpet)  utility i-oom, large cabinet  kitchen nnd dining room. Full  Price $16,000. With $3,000  down*   ' ���';'"���"���       v  '������'���    -("-   ,n  This new 4 bedroom homo,  some ,. i finishing required.  I,arg'o living room and dining  room. Full cabinet kitchen.  Double ' basin vanity bath,  Full concrete basement with  Rec. room, brdhroom, storogo  room ' and garage '���' entrance,  Hot wator heat.' A second  house with 4 rooms and utility  that could easily > bo rented.  Thin Is all on 12 acres of I potential view property, Ideal  for S/D ond con bo yours for  only $6,500 down.  K. BUTLER REALTY  "   (8, INSURANCE"  Gllwona.B.C.  Phone 086-2000  ohe   available- at  The   Times  Bookstore, Sechelt. Ph. "885-9654.  -   ���'    ' ' ;2161:��n  DOUBLE   bed,., box. spring   &  mattress,   vanity   &   bench,  $35. Ph:  885-9660.    ���      . 2173-13.  -CEMENT-wash-tub? Toilet-and  tank. White enamel high back  sink 'With' fittings. Iron oil  drum stand. * AU in* good condition. The lot $10. Ph. 885-9589.  . -    .      '      . ' 2176-13  MOTOROLA '   mantle     radio,  ���works    well.     $8;    Sylvania  mantle  radio,   good  condition,.  works well. $15. Phone 885-9654.  2163-tfn  STEREO (separate 'components) .A.M.���F.M. -Amplifier," "Garrard, turntable.  Isolated speaker system.- $200.  Phone 885-2375.      *     2186-13  i       i    i     * ���       . '       2-SHEEP for the price of 1.  Buy female $20 and get ram  free. Phone 886-2512.   2195-13  10 FT. x 52 FT. general mobile  home. 1966 model. Ph. 886-  2602   or   see   Sunshine   Coast  Trailer Court, Gibsons:   *���   , ���  '  ��� ,  2081-13  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���   " " . " "       -      - '"' ~ ' Canvas-^Boat" Hardware  LIVESTOCK   -'   '' ''" '",   ' Compressed air service-for  s���' - '   -"-.-������' -.���_��� ������ skindiversJ,a��-. tanks.,. ���  JSEu^^ENJmoIlilh,old, halfaAppaVVK:��,Skindiveofs'.available for--. t   * tage or chiW  sloosa     filly; * 'halter-broke. salvag^'"w5���:'? *��� '"   88o*^2163V^ ^>  SacrHicrj^aale." Ph6fle'883-���l!2.     r'"J\, _ "' '"'"    ���',*.,' nr        "*-* "  , 2092-13 WALT NYGREN SALES   _____ / __ . -. *      .    LjD        -v ' ���  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  PROViNCE OF   "  BRITISH 'COLUMBIA  .  'NORTH' VANCOUVER'  HIGHWAY1 DISTRICT  PUBLIC NOTICE     '7  LOAD RESTRICTIONS  i ' "���'    .  *", ���- ���* -"j ���      ��N  Effective 12;01 a.m. February 22, 1969, and.until'fiir-  ther notice' Provincial 'Road$  in the -following-'areas "are  limited to "75% , of "18,000 "for  single axles and-75 %-of-32,000  pounds for tandem axles,-as  allowed under "Regulations  Pursuant to the Motor Vehicle  Act,- Section 199n and to "Section 27* df'the-Hignway Act".  All roads in' the 'Gibsons  and Sechelt area 'from - Port  Mellon" to Halfmoon' Hay,  with 'the exception of Highway No. 101.  .All over load, permits of .any  nature are invalid for the  duration of fc this restriction.  Violators of. the regulations  and restrictions will'be-prosecuted. >..'���" ' '%  ''W.\ivL Underwood,  4 FTj, BED, .suitable for cot-  rens room. Ph., ,    ...,_,  V2203^13CH_ >> i ��� _istrifct' STupet-^iftaTvat.nt  for:' Minister, of Highways  WEANER pigs for sale���2  1 mttnths old. '$25 6ach.- 885-  9558.  '   .. 2201-13  FOR - LETTERHEADS,-: fenvOl-  -> opes/ statements', invoices  and" all commercial printing,  contact'the Times office at Sechelt or phone' 885 9654.  2rFEBRUARY,1969  1690 Main Street,  North Vancc-uver,' B.C.  2198-Pub. February 26,. 1969  Unemployment Insurance  Q. Es it fame ilihat a person who is working tmoffi imone-thait 24 hours per week does  miolt have ito pay Unemployment litsuraiuce?  "a. mt is itirue only if the pension is eailhen  a Iboowu1 Ifide student, or tano'-wflw) is ���nottW  diirtanrfly ttingaiged in instuitaible cmptoymienit  Any Questions please?  ������'�� w   .   , >      '   ,  UnempLoyment, Ixtsuran'ee Cam'mi&s'ioto inn  ttlhi'S- mega-pd?  A, Since you will not have an emlploiyeo  it|o (begin wH-h; it will -nio,t fl>_ neeeissniry a|t  ilihi'is llilmie to you ito iregistor with ithts loealll  Doe of ilhe U��Bmpl:oym,ent Insuriairiee Ooim,-  BETH& BAPTIST CHURCrl  SECHELT '.  10:00 a.m.  11:15 a.m.  MR. ROY ADAMS, PASTOR  AU Welcome  Sunday School ���  Church Scrvlco ���  Ha tto she mu&D aign a tioAmMm .to Unit   -nj-oton ab am envployer. ibuit m soon as yw  ���8Efoct.  Q. Whert isihoiuld I aipply for bemefit if I  lairn laid loff-lor lose, my jolb?  ii    '    ,i>   '        , '  " A, ImimiddSaltirilty. OooKtiaiat ithe -naarrasjt  KMicd Kxf Itihe Unemiplorytmient Inaunamcc Comif-  imisailonr' dm iports'oin, -by tclaphoreo or by i'ejt-  itfcr. In tmnlhy areas aippllcatlon iforms cam  ladlso he olbtallned ita>m Hho iP��sit Office.  I,,        i-ii ���      i        'i  Q.  X wKl! tsiooin Ibo opening m igrocery  budmessi aaidj -will * wp-er-aibe, Sit imyself ��� top > tat  ^or^fl'-'iot:.;Il4rn|e:."' ojtce;-;!' aim ts^iittioleinitty ���,  ���cis^f^lli!s^c4<,;: ^*.-will ^-itea o^ Xvll-iWm-o c4fcaiki itjo :  ifee^'ni^.t- Whalt' '*ane my oWiligailions1 ip the  , hsx:.\���^7,,-;:��y^Zjyi!:t\'i,'\rM-<7��l:y\,Al7,,',';-'i.;  hJne aim icimiplioyee, you musili'advise 'the Cotm-  mis&ioiiii a�� Ithait yiou may bo registered, a.ntll  ���reoe-iivo % Wcence lo purchase Uneimploy-  mient Insiurmmice isitamips for the employee.  Queistl'oms tsihiould be refcinned ,to IrtCoiriiniai-  Itiqn Scrivdcost, Uncmiployiiuenit Insuramic,o  Orimiriliss'loini, Vairaler Bulldiitiig, 222 Napeatn  St'.. Oltowa, Onltiario���Tel. 93S-2975.,  SUNSHINE COAST  GtisPEf. CHURCH  (Undcnomlndtlonol)    ' '  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Scrvlco 11:15 a.m.  Evening Servlco 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arburua  (2 bfoeki up from Highway) ���  ^mmy#m^m%  jmwAwemRCH  ' "ZtsAINT HiLDA'S^-SECHELT.'' l',  "���.'������"* 8:0Q ^.mV'Eveiy Sunday *  ���      9:30 a.m. Church Schqol  11:0Q c*.ro. 2nd,'4th, 5th SMndays  i 7r30 p.rVv 1st* ond 3rd Sundays  '''''''''''''���'''^''."^'rv'ftes'holo* regutarfy'fo  GARDEN BAY, REDROORFS and EGMONT  'v>oHnformatl6n phono 885-9793  Every "Vyed, ^0 am H. Communion St Hilda's  THIS VITAL  YdlJNCi  RELIGION  ' i  .-I -. ; *. v      <  E. McMynn  Do Wortmcm  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  Box 238, -Gibsons, B.C.  2109-M  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  '     '{5RHVICE      :  K, Butler  Bon MeSnvnncy  Ed'Butler ���  Don Toil  ��� nnc-2000  ��� nao-nono  ��� flflfl-2000  awo-i^  Th��r�� or* !����*����� million peop!��  oi-cond lh�� world today y-fio ��������  Cavt�� Hvol ��?>��� unlRcdtlor. of wariWnd  fi (Ktt yrta ot Cod for ow atjo. Th��y  CflIHImm-*��Iv��t Baha'lt.     ���  Fertuip* Bcha'l I* wtwt foa *n  Mb�� tat.   '.'���.- ��� ������    '.��ii  *>  vitONA M. FOOTS  ~ @��tMl'a��f Suttttdit-* Coot*  083-20E38; S-et!se!��, B.C.  wi,i,,.i,��,iii44��iw^''*fwwi,.,��^?,,^".��i''>^w|M|".H*ii��' ."��..  i*'iil'J l'i'..l.'.��i'-l'*i!    |'l  ��� This freo reminder of cornlna'evonti Is a servlco of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD." Phono .'Peninsula. Times direct for free'Ifstlnos, specifying "DdtO  Pad", Pleaso note thot space Is limited'arid some advance dotes may  have to wait their,turd;, also that this Is a "reminder"'liStinrj only ond  cannot always ,carry' full details,   , i  �����  MM��ia_JMl_IMft_l^  1�� 'Ml *|  Mar.   I���12 noon Hackott Park, Prov. 6occor, Tlmbormon"��� vs, Fire-  flohtors,  Mar 2-8���Education Week InCanada.  Mar,  2���7;30, p,rn,  St/ Hilda's Church, Secholt.  Special Servlco to  honour Canon Alan Groeno, \  Mar,  3-���0  p,m,  Legion  Hall,  Secholt.  Royal Canadian Legion  LA  Rcfluldr Meeting. < , ,      ,1  Mar. 5���12;3 p,m, Pender Scconddry School. Spring Fashion Show.  Mar. 5-r-B p.m. St. Hilda's H6II, Secholt. Garden Club, General Meet.  Mar, 7���2 p.m. St, Bartholomew's,Gibsons. World Day of Prayer Spoclal  ��� Service, ',���'.'���......���������,������..  Mar, 7���8 n,m. Ivan Smith residence, Pa-it Hoblo Grand Club No, 82  Whlst-Drlve. ,...(..     ��� , ,   , -.,  Mor. 8���6 p.m.-12 p.m, Elphinstone Homecoming, ~  ASK FOR FRBE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Sorvlce  Vancouvor Real Eitoto  ��� ��� -.Doord -. ������  HEAt -ESTATE  INSURANCIS  'A  I  ,-��!  ,3 ?  k  m  ���V,  i-  m  j:  fA  11  I  ���',   ���$���**$* '"' i.%-^w**^fiw#^-^^^<M*f*'^'i����'>��-'* ���>,��(*^5,^-* ���."-"���!���-*���?-, 1 _'<*'' ill^Xf  l��  t *���  -to    t^.1  ^*m>����*>��m��m^f^i^fif^^^��am^<m^^^4tii.i'*f ���  Wl����%��W*Ht*'' w��.  , ,      . 1       tit 1  Ab ��*^,��:    ^vAAiurip'*!** If  �������� lr M***.*Bnf.��i(Mt"***"* wf<*--^***V'*i^^^  \  -.��p--W*-**'  ,  *.�� i>* ���^'-I'nJ'   *"..  i-> y- **l     p. P <���**-,  .- -V A-**? ���*��������'* * > t(^*������ ri <. j*--  *^* v^Hl r^t f-, 1 ������� ���* ,Wj ,1 j- ���* ��     vf  ���*���*/***"*  *--*   ">,     -"*>  Wednesdoy,'. Februory 26, 1969,     The Peninsula Times  Poge 3  Happenings Around Elprue  MONDAY morning Elphie was ' visited  again this year by the Holiday. Playhouse, Theatre. And again this year .they  put on two fantastic performances. Grades  7, 8, and 9 attended in-the -morning and-the  seniors in the afternoon. The Holiday  Players can certainly be rioted for making  Shakespeare much more interesting.  Starting (the week bf the 24th of February, grades 11 and 12 will have a new  privilege. Gord Cooper and Trev-Johnson,  grade 12 students, have.organized .a coffee  room which will be in the outer .basement.  Any grade 11.and 12 student can go there  'for at the most 20 minutes during their  study period, as this year most seniors  ^have a block of studies. Each-period there  ���will be .two students to take half hour  shifts in the coffee room to. supervise. The  'seniors feel they should be able to spend  their studies as*'they" choose to, so'this  should prove interesting.  Let's hope'ithey  don't-abuse this privilege,  Last weekend Elphinstone * hosted-the  senior girls,-junior boys, and junior girls  from Pemberton. Elphie came out victorious in all three games. Our senior boys  travelled to Squamish on'Friday afternoon,  'and returned-late Saturday night.' Friday  night Elphie was beaten by Squamish but  won over Pender Harbour .ori Saturday.  In their third game, Pemberton won by  only one 'point. At this time Max Cameron was,in first place with Elphie, Pemberton, and Squamish tied for second.  After a flip of (the coin, Elphie had to play  Squamish, ahd this time we won and went  on to win over Pemberton ,-too. Consequently Elphie's senior boys will be travelling to West Vancouver next weekend.  Top scorer of the weekend was Craig  Chamberlin.  ,   The results of the" Elphie-Argyle week-  _��3��*��>Jn,��m����3MM^  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see  ���v^uw-s^^^  ���^by -Marilyn Hopkins  \end -were quite as interesting. Unfortunately Argyle came out-oh iop'in!all the  games.,. Thanks to-the Argyle^students  who-'provided our tearps and'cjieerleaders  with dinner, ,   '  -     /"'' '.}!i#'i   '  Homecoming is, drawing- close., The'  date is/March 8th. There will be a> dinner,  -two basketball games followed'by a dance.  Past" grads, aire invited to attend this year's  homecoming. The time is'6 p.m.;to midnight.,''    '���.-���'  - ,- , ��� -��� *   ��� ,  1 . - ��� - ,* '<     >'*��� *  Sechelt Bawiina  ���Z,    '        ;    >"   ���'���'���- *���  .  DENNIS Gamble with a high'single game  \ ot 353 and Dianne, Ono with 3-14 were  the leaders of a good" string of' star games  rolled in.the last two weeks.        '" "  Ladies Tues.: Feb. 11th: Esther Berry  642 (240); Nora Leitner 256, Gail McFad-  den 259. , /  ; _  Feb. 18th: Dianne Ono 671 (314); Hose  Rodway 640, Aileen Bystedt 651, Fran  Starrs 601, -Bonnie* Wigard ,260, Sylvia  Jones 273, May Walker 261, Ev Chappell  290.    ,    . " ���' ,���'���''  Ladies Wed.: Feb,' 12th: Eleanor Gritt  615.(270), Bubbles Creighton 600.  - . Feb. 19th:  Gladys Ritchie 584 (265).  Mixed 10 pin: .Feb. 12th: Joan Jarrie-  wick 295 (150), Gordon McCourt 311 (179).  Feb. lflth: Dianria Keeley 277 (166),  Gordon McCourt-367 (187)..  Pender: Feb. 12th: Dennis Gamble 748  (253), Marie Reid 632, Isabel Gooldrup 624  (242), Bill Peters 622 (250).  ' Feb. 19th: Eric Antilla 293, Bill Peters  284, Bill Cameron 279,. Aim. Antilla 258,  Helen Edwardson 259. -'  Commercial: Feb.' 13th: Lola Caldwell  653 (269), Butch Ono 7,79 (302), Sylvia  Jackson 611 (257), Roy Huitton 668 (287),  Lionel McGuaig 730 (308). .  Feb. 20th:/Ted-Kurluck 720 (289),  Hazel Skytte 659 (257), Mildred Turner  651 (269), Peggy Ayers 679 (275), Orv Mos-  crip 723 (287), Eve Moscrip 600 (272).  Seniors': Sven Poulson 543 (279), Susan  Jorgenson 518- (182),' Scott Henderson. 205.  Juniors: Karen Spencer 343 (193), Gordon Harrison 245 (132), Judy Whyte 165,  Gail Ono 159.       '  j> * t-j**  ���vt-   U  ll  1-  J'  ���  .�����*  �����-.-*  ���p"*  ^  V 4  tr r  J.  V  "i  ?���  4"' * It",   '*��.* '- *"  r^VrV-*���"'* v.* - ���      -. - .  '. --   . ."'.. -���*:* -i-   '*"'.-.��� ��� < *  .r  ��*  ft 1  'J*  l-fc  71 ��'  *^  .. *��  -> *,.  1  ���- *.  ft.    *   -��� .  . -_  Senior citizens  MORE, than 81 menibers of Branch 69 of  the Senior Citizens' Association met at  the Legion Hall Sechelt on February 20.  When Mr. Harry Hill declared-the meeting open, members stood for a moment in  silence in tribute to the memory of Mrs.  "Mary Evans and Mr. Walter Green who  had recently died.     .  Canon Alan Greene took the chair for  the election of officers and results were  as follows: Canon Minto Swan, president;  Mrs. L. P. Hansen, 1st vice-president; Mrs.  George Batchelor, 2nd vice-president; Mrs.  Wm. McGregor, secretary; Mrs. Ed Cook,  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesdoy  886-2248  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  -.ExpertsVo'K'CutV'Coiffs and colour  Custom Perms"-i-  Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty    .  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-957S - Davis Boy  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Grandviow Ave.  . P.O. Box 62, Gibson*, B.C,  L. _ H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Dackhoo and  Front End Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 -'Sechelt  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for homo and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin, Boach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551 or 886-2261  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechelt, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ���. STYLING ��� SHAPING   0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  AUTO GLASS  REPLACEMENT  A SPECIALTY  UNSHINE  COAST  ERVICE LTD.  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR.TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  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 FURNACE-  No down payment - Bank interest �����  Ten years to pay        ���'������"���<���  Complete lino of oppllaoccs l  For free cttlmoto���Call 086-2720  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  appliance; - hardware  ���  < home furnishings  r   Phone 885-9713  TASELLA SHOPPE f  ���   ��� Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear3  Yard Goods- Bedding r Mpe,?K,',  Dial 885-9331 - Sec heir, B.C.  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  t  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  ��� \ r  THE TOGGERY    '  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  \  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phone 886-2664 R.R, 1 Gibtona  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1S21 Gower Pt. Road  , 886-2200 Gibsons ,  FOR YOUR FAMILY PRY CLEANING NEEDS  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and servlco.  .;. Mqrino ways, Repdirs.  883 2248 - Madeira Park, B.C,  TWIN CREEK LUMBER   ,:  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.   -.,',-'_;:;  ,        FREE ESTIMATES       ,!      ;  READYrMI* CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your-One Stop BuiWIng Store  For All Your Building Need*  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  Indu&trlal Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  1 w, in,,,,,,|n,L ; | I,,         n- ��� - i iH.HIH"iir ��� i.n���<'i 1 *rr- ���*���      '        -""-"   ' "'      '" """  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Rood Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A. SIMPKINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  SUNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Movies - 885-9740  .  At the Siflr* of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  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For  a slogan for the Branch, he thought" the  war-cry of "the Three Musketeers "Each  for all and all for each" would be appropriate.  Mrs. George Batchelor paid (tribute to  Mr. Harry A. Hill, one of the founder ,  members of Branch 96 OAPO, who had  served as President since the incorporation of Branch 96 in April 1965 and who  had. worked untiringly for the welfare of  the members and the good of the Branch.  Mr. HilL in replying, said he had enjoyed  every moment of his years with the OAPO  and .thanked everybody for .their co-operation without which it^would-not have  been possible to build up such a strong  and successful organization. .Now, he said,  the organization was proceeding under a  different name, but it was the same group  of people and he urged all the members  to work -together and continue their efforts on behalf of -the senior citizens of  the area.  Mrs. McGregor, reported 138 paid up  members and reminded all senior citizens of the area\ that Mr. Berry and Mr.  ��� Clapperton of the Division of Aging would  , be at the March .meeting ready to help  and advise senior citizens-with their problems.  Letters of appreciation read from the  Lions Ladies for help with their Bazaar  and from the tenants of the senior citizens'  homes who had been guests at the annual  Christmas dinner. At the completion of\  business, members were entertained by  a duet "Can I Forget You?" finely rendered by Mrs. Ed Cook and Mr. George  JCynoch, followed by two recitations, "The  Pace on the Barroom, Floor" and "Solitude" by Mr. Charlie Brookman. At the  age of 84, Mr. Brookman's memory is  faultless and his voice has lost none of its  power and versatility.  To celebrate ithe 80th birthday of Canon  Alan Greene on February 18th, a huge  birthday cake, the gift of Canon- (Minto  Swan, was cut by Canon Greene. Greetings were extended to him and to many  other members also celebrating birthdays.  Mr. John, Sear, who also had a birthday  of February 18th, was 86 years young.  Other birthdays were Mr. Wm. Baker,  February 19th, Mrs. Ella M. Hicks, February 20th and Mrs. Baker on February* 21st.  Mr. Milford McAllister, who was not able  to attend tho meeting and who Js probably  the Branch's oldest member, was 92 years  old on February 2nd.  Raffles   were   won   by   Mrs.   Lillian  Swanson, Mrs. E. A. Eckford ahd Mr, Guy  , Clear.- . ���.'.,,.,'.,  Hone v fruit auickbread  QUiICMBREADS aro so versatile that  wany homes aro never without ono in  iho refrigerator or freezer. Thickly sliccdi  nnd toa-stcd, quickbrcad and honey is a  favourite way to start tho day. Thlraily  sliced and served from your ibest platter,  "a good quickbrcad is welcome any time.  This honey frutlibrcad ls -packed -with  goodness, Money In Iho loaf keeps it fresh  for several weeks in tho refrigerator. Bc-  caiiBO honey contains minerals and simple  sugars it contributes to n good dally diet,  Spread your favourite broad with n  mixture of churned honoy and grated  onmgo rind tfor a pleasant change. Or  . make your own honey butter. Mix one cup  honey with M* to 1 cup butter. When you  use honey in cooking or servo it from tho  Jar, you aro providing your family with an  easily digested high energy food.  HONEY FRUIT DREAD  lV-a cups alt-purpose flour  1    teaspoon-salt  %    teaspoon baking soda  1V& cups whole-wheat flour  " ��� -     a   e-em  3i    cup honey  2/3 cups sugar  Va cup vegetable oil  il;    cup sour milk  ,li    cup walnut^ clppix-d  ���*'���- ������_ ' rsip raWm, orioripd'"  apricots, chopped  Sift together Into a bowl flour, aalt ami  M>d��. Add whole-wheat flour.  Boat eggs, honey, vegetable oil, milk  and Kiigar until light. Pour aU at once over  dry ingredients. Fold in raisins or apricots and walnut*. Ktlr Just enough to Wend  lngredlentH.  Turn Into a greased O" x &" x a" pan  which has bec*r�� lined wAh waxed paper.  Bake in a 350* preheated ocvn for 00-��)  atari**,.  Senior Citizens Executive  First Executive of the newly formed  Senior Citizens Association of B.C.,  Branch 69, elected at last "week's  meeting are) from left, seated: 1-st  Vice-President Mrs. Madge Hansen;  President-, Canon Minto -Swan; 2nd  ���Vice-President-Mrs. Alice Batchelor;  Secretary, Mrs. ��� Olive McGregor.  Standing: executive officers, Mrs.  -Hazel Evans; Mr. William Baker;  Miss Ena Harrold and- Treasurer  Mrs. Frances Cook.  Sechelt Notes  MISS. NANCY ;Harri& and Miss May  ' 'Wong of Pemberton,. B.C. were overnight guests of Nancy's grandparents Mr.  and Mrs. D. R. Barclay of Davis Bay.  Nancy and May are both members of the  Pemberton Junior Girls Basketball team  and Nancy's brother plays for the Junior  boys team. '  .* Pemberton teams were billeted with  local-families and Tommy was the guest  of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Benner of Selma  Park.  Both teams were"on the,'losing end of  their games with Elphinstone on Friday  evening, but won back their laurels by  victory over Pender Harbour Juniors on  Saturday morning.  .United Church Women of Wilson  Creek held their first, meeting of 1969  last week. Officers for the coming year  are Mrs. Tom Lamb, President; Mrs. W.  Dehart, Vive-President; Mrs. W. E.  Handford , Treasurer and Mrs. D. R. Barclay, Secretary.     ,  Mr. and Mrs. Leo,B. Johnson hosted  a happy party at Patio Gardens to celebrate the twenty-first birthday of their  daughter Arlene. Guests "included ' Mr.  and Mrs. John Arendt; Miss Margaret  Fogg of Vancouver; Miss Donna Harris  of Port Moody; Mr. Ron Charles of  Dominca, a student at U.B.C.; Mr. Wayne  Gaffney of Richmond; Ted Johnson; Miss  Gloria Bishop and Miss Julie Steele. The  Cunninghams presented Arlene with a  beautiful cake to help celebrate the,  Jiccasion.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson; Mrs; L.  Turner; Mrs. H. Batchelor; Mr. and  ���Mrs. Bill Rankin and Mr. Sam McKen-  zie went to Vancouver to attend the  funeral of Mr. Nel Cummins.  Mr. Cummins was with the R.C.M.P.  here in the early 1950's arid he and his  wife Eileen made many friends while  here.  Sorry to report Mr. Joe Gregson is in  hospital.  Pender High-Lights  WITH SPRING just around the corner our  thoughts and activities turn to many  .things. The boys are busy being whipped  into shape by jogging around the school  and playing soccer.   Sure are some exhausted boys panting into class. The girls  of course are thinking of all the new mod  styles hitting the scene for spring. With  this in mind Mrs. Fair, our Home Ec.  teacher, has made arrangements for Simplicity to put on a Fashion Show with the  girls of Pender Harbour High doing.the  modelling. This event will take place on  Wednesday, March 5th at 12:30 p.m. in  Pender gym.   Public is welcome.   After  the event goodies made by Grade Eight's  Home Ec. class will be served with tea.  Do make a point of coming to see all the'  new fashions.  All schools on the Peninsula were (treated to plays put on by the Holiday Playhouse. Pender was thrilled at watching  the four performances which" were: "Julius'  Caesar," "Macbeth," "Our American Cousin," and "Anne Frank." The actors were  more than pleased .with the response.  A Valentine Tea was put on for the  Seniors by the Grade Eights. It took place  on Friday, February 14th, after school.  ' There is a change of scenery in the  main hall. On the billboard are some pictures of members in Parliament mounted  on a white background. The Grade 11 and  12 students sent away to the members and  received their pictures; mounting them for  others to see.  Members of the band from Pender are  now bussed down to Madeira Park Elementary for their band rehearsal. This is  much better, as Madeira has many more  facilities. The band Js coming along quite  well and will be putting on a concert at  Sechelt in June.  There are two cars in the I.A. Shop.  These cars were donated to the shop for  the mechanics courses. A '54 Chrysler was  ��� donated by Mr. Falconbridge, and a 6-cyl-  inder Austin was donated by Ron Waike.  Eddy Rae of the Shell Station at Klein-  dale donated the towing. A thanks to these  kind donators.  At tho noon hour mixer on Friday,  Daryl Luster brought a strobe light which  he had made himself. It provided excitement for all as it flashed colours of red  and blue.  Since  ithe  students  at  Pender  have  ������by Karen Dombrosfci  proven themselves a little more responsible, the Seniors are allowed to walk  fully around the school and the Juniors  are allowed to go into the woods on the  south side of the school. A note, however,  must be brought from home, allowing the  Juniors to do ithis.  A thought for the week:  "Anybody can become angry���-that as  easy. But to be angry with the right person, and to the right degree, and at the  right time, and for (the right purpose, and  in the right way���that is not easy."  ���Aristotle.  How to treat frostbite  , ���by St. John  OLD MAN Winter-' toves ito mp your earns or  r ^nose ox tboes tso slyly you often may not  katxw -you baiveltiosMie.   ���  The tefUMei sign is when the a_ecte<i  part geils waxy white and _itmib. But sometimes it tbakes sonneone else to point _fc out  The popular fnostbita remedy-���raibbing  the ���feoted pant with sadw���ds wrong amd  can be daingeno-as says St. John Aimlbulaaice.  Wfaait' (should be done? 'Itaealt quickly;  prolonged freezing cam do Srnapairalble daatir  ���age.  \Wamm gradually by body heaifc, Uflie saiE_l:  way to reHe-ve fnodlMte. lit is best not to  apply -diredt Sieait in any focran.  1�� your fence or ��air is affected, caver Itho  sEnozon area witih- a gloved haod until normal  color and feeling re-turn.  For frozen tUngens or toes, remove (tight  baotsi w gloves. A good way to tUnaiw your  hamd is to plaice ��t under your cWhLng ip  your armpit.' Feet may bo wna-pped in a  warm blanke,!: or snuggled iiindcr a oom-  pamiom'ts jacket.  M tbias-tiblto is severe, see a dwetor. fan-  mieid32jteiy,  Cold remedies \  COLD REMEDIES do Uttlo except -roHevo  tho. symptoms and miseries aissociated  with cokls. Don't prolong their use. Consult your doctor about any condition Chat  does not clear up in a few days. A "common cold" may develop into ��oanetMng  mom serious -ncquinl-ng special! drugs which  only a doctor cam p-ncscriJbo.   ,  MAKE YOUR OWH WE AT HOME  Order Supplies by Mall - We Ship Anywhere  Eaty to Follow Recipe* Supplied with all Concentrates  ���  Prleq  Makes  D��crry ,. ,�� ���.,���. ,,.  Gooseberry (makes nood  sparkling  wlno) ,  3.B9    ���.  4 aals. wlno  5.95    ���,-  5    '*  H  Apricot    r   3.09    ���  5 . "  II  Blnckhnrry  4.?9    ���  3    "  II  Plum  ,  3.89    ���  4.29    ������  4    "  4   "  II!  Loganberry   -     ,  II  Montmorency Cherry .  3.89    ���  3    "  II  Apple  '  ���;  ..���.���  4.95    ���  5    "  II  Black Currant  .   5.95    ~  5    "  II  Fig    ���,  3.95    ���  5    "  II  Peach    ���__,���, .���.. __  3.89    ���  5   '*  II  Apple Cider Base   3.99    ���*  5    "  II  Muscatel Grape        .._  .7.45    ���  5   "  ll  Ruby Cabernet Gropo ��  6.99    ���  4    "  II  ,5.95    ���  4    "  II  California White Gropo ,   5.95    --  4    "  II  SpaiiHh Red Grope - 1 aal...  8.95    ���  S aals. or  9 gals.  Sponhh Red Grape - W oal.  4.65    ���  2W aals.  or 4'A goto.  Sponlih White Gropo - 1 oal.  8.95    ~-  5 oal*. or  9 gals,  Sponhh Whlto Grape-*/* gal.  4.65    ������  2V> gala.  or 4-z-a gain.  Additives If Purchased In  Bulk,  Includlno Yc6&t  Works out  ot approximately 35 cents  per ga"0|r>��  Writ�� for  Prlco List.  Aprkot 20 oi. Yield I gal. ��� 1.19 coo  Plum 20 ox. Yield I gol. ��� 1 ���' 9 can  Peach 20 or. Yield 1 gol. ��� 1.19 can  Cherry 20or. Yield I gal. ��� I.}9 can  Red Gropo 30 or. Yield 2 no'*. ��� 2.25 con  White Gropo 30 ox. Yield 2 gab. -��2.25 can  Ev-grytltifftg for fEie' Amateur' Winemalter  No Chargo for Pocking ������ Petfogo or Freight Emtra  SH--AIIT Sales limited  3417 W. Broodwoy  VANCOUVER 8, B.C.  Clip this odverlliement and mall  for FREE Winemoklng Recipe Book.  No Pordiasa ncccs&ary.  with noma ond  oddrcit  Dept. N  -** J '  - \M��*'t����W'-i**'W''-^  ***��*,* $-JBV-SO *9*f -���-  �� ���^"WW.HMfH"*^*���'  ���i-��'Wia#'��ijiwii��.iiL)j|^j'ii^iy<ylSw  mtm. mwamw j* i-f.iimwm> i^init^^^M-%w��ywwi'!''*��aiff '**-*<Po # i>B>#*����fiw^^aywp*^it*y^y����w^^ nw^wjjwti Wy -.i^w*1 Wj,�� P*'tnP* pt^^!imi^��(**<!*���mv^*!? <*f*rw* *>
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I,VI may be^vrong, 6n< / s/io/i no;,be sa^rong as to fail to^say what I believe to be right."      Parents
M        " i -> i - ,,' -     "      '       '     J- '      ''.- v    s" —-Jqhn ATkrNSS   iis-'""^   m. "    ,
, jSditor, The Times,
" '' Sir; 1 wish to thank the few parents
who week after*. week\sho'w up to-help
^transport- and encourage" the youngsters
of the Peninsula who play soccer during
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\ .', T ./Douglas G. Wmjm.BR, Editor --■ Stewart B. Als9ard, Publisher
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FtetcKer'8 Philosophy
•«'-(**J,-cr*%»_^ ri*«AA*
W fa-
-.the" seaspn.
* On Saturday, February 8th, 6 teams
visited the Peninsula from North'Var>:
couver. It was decided that parents of the-
jATTithe present, time two companies That was, thrown put ^as'too costly,
/ .are" negotiating   with' a  view to .mainly tythose who could see it only
establish gravel quarries iii the 'Sechelt . as a mud flat. " .'   i - *  %,
area.. Indications are that both plan on "  Therefore, it would seem, if we are •*■   v«n   ..        ..-, .-.v,
Ending substantia! su^WhoSequip- »*&*.>* «f Ji-VWustty   J^-ST-SltS-f S__&
'menrafld salaries in the district. One and whatever form it might take, vye " grounds; offsetting the'heavy transpor-
company- has already advertised inten- may rest assured there will be objections   tatioh costs, which worked-out' satisfac-
tioa of .leasing crown property'and has raised. ' \    , > torily. * v    v ,v .'
plans for transporting the' gravel from In-the case of the proposed gravel    , Then,on Saturday, February 15tK, we
East Porpoise Bay across the back of operation, it is unfortunate that those   agam drew 2 home games, pne coach' had
the hospital area, under .the highway \inyolyed failed-to see fit to publicise   n?'^WW* ftf**-* * or J volunteers;Mth      7   4V [**-   * .
L'theL by conveyor WW_lan4 Wt^ W will be ^^ ^bow   ^B^^^-^ SHE   *k  \Jv      *_   i
ohto>barges/ -.     '-   - many-suspicions have been raised. Spme   meant having to phone .the coach of the   " ""      X
Needless to say, controversy has al- pf the questions requiring answers are;   North Shore team and explaining the
Weady sprung forth and, in all fairness it will the-access road to residents living      "  '        .   -   ..    .      ......
might 'be'said, not without good cause, on Indian lease land beyond the Indian
We badly need secondary industry in village'be cut off.''Also'the extent of the
the  district,  this  we "have" stated on. hoiseiactor, for it is apparent the gravel
numerous occasions and on the "face of W.i,llbe cpayeyed iniproxirnity to residen-   (SWU1UMtHIMSUI_   _„„ W1C tua,uc& ucsc,vc
things, anything which will supply work tial properties. In this respect it *s np^ed,   betjter SUpport than this. Thesemen give
for local people isv good. However, if the hpg£tal will be classed in tbjs'cate-    '2tofda^s per'week for these'ch'ildten,
such second'ary industry is to prove de- gory/ Tbere'is' also the dust situation   surely you" parents can give* up a" .few
toimental in the long run, then we na- .to be ^considered and just how much it   hours once a week,
turally jiiave "to investigate further, and will affect 'the" waterfront in the loading
study the proposals from every 'aspect, area. 1-.
.It would be* wrong \to welcome in any ,  ". It,is .possible there is nothing to fear
industry, simply because it .will provide a on any of .these" counts but the public
few extra jobs, without "first-pausing to -is certainly entitled toknow. Fast deals
consider the ultimate1 consequences.    * have .been pulled in,the past and often
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situation. The North Shore team took but
a short time to solve the problem with' 4
parents stepping forward with cars and
bringing the children themselves.    v    '*
I realize that some people have other-
committments. But the coaches deserve
'President' of the Sunshine^ Coasts
Juvenile Soccer Association
Subtle difference
Editor' Vhe Times,'
Sir:  An  excellent
': V-    "*r""    " —H-g^JW.'Fleteher
This Thursday is Thanksgiving, dawn to night,
■Eating and drinking, speeding precious hours,
But never thinking lest we waste our powers,
Nor contemplate why wc should have ihis
,We concentrate to sate our appetite
And rest secure within these vaunted towers,
As though no stomach craves as much as ours.
And he who mentions want i& impolite.
Good griefs The food would turn to bitter gall
Ana stick within my throat had I not first
Bowed Jow my head and asked the God of alt
That others, too, may eat and slake their thirst,
And cup my tears that needed rains may fall
Or give this food to those who need it worst.
Think not I shun tradition's festive meal
Or recommend this day a useless fast;
But can't we ask when giving thanks, to feel
The depth of gratitude, that this repast
pr one just like it may by this appeal
Be spread for all that hunger? Have YOU
coverage of Mrs,
Tourism is one 'of our fastest "grow-   the penny, has dropped when remedial   Clair^' culh'aneVtalk was definitely dis-
nifvea .witfcraiifc/jchaTOgJng^'.ithe Jje3talbJ_s_edl   ,biitchering\the rich, is because'they'figure
HDl^ rate a_d'WlilhQiut-_flue_diri_ .the-gem- ^ that'they (the .rich) will^be*smart<enough
—•al ralbe .latruoture jlon (budget jhasipjltals   ;toVge't"back,*ihto power again; which* from
- w_c_"-6to_arcrf_auat-_^ .1-herCommumst;point of'.view would'be
ing and most lucrative businesses,,'this
area.has a great potential' as,a,tourist
rnecca, particularly the Porpoise. Bay
area..Unfortunately, little or nothing,has
been done to provide for the tourist industry' "and" in*Ihis'respect,'"lt"1might"be
said, no credit goes to past councils.
action is' impossible.
. , We%would be the last to knock any
worthwhile industry coming into the district, and we' are certainly not khodcing
this one. Questions are - being asked
neverffieless," and" they do need answers.
One ■ thing
torted by the imall sub-heading above
the main caption; to quote: 'Aid the Reds'
.. . This is your opinion, not the speaker^
or "the writers.'I feel that this has been
maneuvered deliberately to prejudice
the reader and to discredit the fine talk
by Mrs. Culhane.
As for your caption: "Voice of Women.
we   must   all   appreciate:
Three hundred acres of excellent 'pro'-    establishment oHndustries pf this nature   Speaker Repeats Vietnam ideaTs"'this'lfs
perty are held for the village for recrea-    will soon destroy any dreams of the yii-   also erroneous'/ Mrs. Culhane does' not
tipnal purposes, any hopes 'of obtaining   lage becoming a tourist centre.  It is
the logging rights were disposed of long    hardly that now and as previously point-
ago and pie land-lies idle and void of    edout, there has been an obvious failure
any plans for development. -Three acres    to make any attejmpt to establish it as
___..__«*. •.-.'.- __ _. *>_<       such.'
We feel that industry should be welcomed but, "caution as to what is involved should be exercised fully.
or so of waterfront property at Porpoise
Bay were available to council at a price
of-$28,000 a few years ago-and even
at that time this price was not excessive.
INDICATIONS are that a provincial
election is in the offing and while
we have little doubt that the Socfeds
will' again be returned to office, „the
chances of our present representative
retaining her seat are growing extremely
dim. In fact, should there be an election
at tliis time she would draw sufficient
Times when questioned about plans for
the. highway, "it is all under consideration and you will see action shortly. At
this time I cannot release information
due to speculators regarding route etc."
. We would' make clear at. this time,
we in no way blame Mrs. pawsoh for
"speak for any group, party or individual
o.ther than herself. This is her one-man
campaign, and as' such should be regarded as ta single heroic example of her
sincerity and. her intense desire to see
the end to the Vietnam war.'
'lt~ is true that she has been sppn-r
sored by the "Voice of Women in many of
her stops across Canada and , up and
down "Vancouver Island, but this does not
imply that she is speaking for, The Voice
of Women. There is a great difference.
The fact that-Mrs. Culhane has been
invited to speak in many Universities
and schools, plus radio and TV speaks
for itself.
Sechelt. -       '      ' ' -
Editors-note: To pull out of Vietnam as
suggested by so many/ leftists would
quite obviously be aiding the Reds. Fur-
■7 _ you inaqiuire 'any'fuirith&f 'ii-ormi-jtiioin,
_o ^ti.-heisiMbettOs-coMtaict u-s> We urge yotu.
Ito use ithis i'nfcifjmdtiiiOini am .amy way-you Ifeel
iniaceissary--to*feaqpliaain,jlhi_",i'sistue ito. yown
rejaiders~^ "A' letter^to ohie's "MjA -_" very
-peinsuasive.*'v' """' "'     w      l"    ']
\-    \"\    7t \   '. ,      BUJL- W^WiBAVEOEl
76188"Balaclava".St.,' V*-|in. 13.'J\ /'
Editor," The Times,
Sir—Excuse me for a-bustin' out into
print again, i.e. if this effusion ge'ts that
far! ' '       '    -
' We have it on the authority of the1 Sun
and -various'' magazines, that - the" young
(16 - 25),will soon take over Canada. This
interesting hypothesis leads to .various
logical conclusions. Judging by previous
revolutions,*it-will be the radicals and
"anarchists who,will take power.     '    .
^ Readers' of the Pen. Times who read
beyond .the sporting pages of _ newspapers
will'agree that in previous revolutions two
classes of,pedplel have' been'liquidated, in
French, "Russian -and Chinese upsets for
—by^Nell Woodard
As years wing by and* memory fades,
As mine is fading now.
We can't remember, where or when, Oh why,
Nor even how.
We rummage through our Souvenirs,
Where snaps of by gone friends *
Look out at us from long ago
Now the memory has grown dim
infinitely, regrettable. Anyway, the rich
.ha*vje".fun." They'have not*,all made-their
.moneylfcrookedly. (So had, they better do
something about it. Also ,we are* infinitely
rnv>re"r#osperous* under the. present system
tha'n-An.the'past;'we do not Want the rich
llir|ujd$ted.f.r.   "   - -    :
... Just a> few more words. If the people
•(or many'ofthem)' of B.C. really thihk'that
'Mc.,--T£ajser, is, ;going to'destroy the hun-
"dreds^bf-^ thousands of'-square  miles sof    	
B.C., Scenery by strip-mining a few square    And we keep remembering now and then
mile's, *then they deserve to be governed,    Qur losses and our gains.
no*? by 16-2{> year olds, but by 6-10 year
ms.-^.x\    ' '   ■
(vJ_,^-... .   , . . ,j;Si BROWNING,
How sad it is when time takes flight
And our valleys once so green,
Are now brown and barren waste,
More nightmare than a dream.
We climb that hill that all must climb
And we have our aches and pains,
Make known
Editdr, The Times,
'' Sir: The Board of .School Trustees of
Sechelt School' District No. 46, should
iiiak*^ known" to the residents, of .this
district the powers confered upon the
Sec. Treas. at the special meeting jof the
Board held 'Aug. 27; 19,68: the minutes
of that1 special- meeting* relating * to the
powers of'theSec. Tfeas.\ should be pub-
instance.' •The two classes are il) the.aged;    ljshed in full in the press,
  _       this - double-talk. She was undoubtedly
votes tp put her right^t the bottom of repeating political clap-trap handed out g*j ?.S±^ *___fJ,'S *v?~ \ S^mpS _St_5SS
Wpole. .^\;      ■';'      y to' her by henrather more experienced ^Women^
This is an unfortunate situation for supenors in Victoria. , carry the' same banner    ' groups.   .-«_ * „._. ._ *.
the electorate at thevlast election ac- Let us not' castigate Mrs. Dawson '■* ' -    •
cepted, in. good faith, the promise that for the failing of her government to re- Drastic CUt
election of a social credit MLA would cognize the Sunshine Coast. We sincerely E-Mar The Times
get things done in the riding. As ' an feel'she has done her best. It is her own
MLA we do not doubt that Hon. Isabel government which has pulled the plug on
fc>awson has worked enthusiastically for heri We would repeat the feelings of
__ __   _      _•   1 1 *       •j *   ■ _ __.JL_»..4 .—.i? ■_. *     x _ • « •
(2) trie'rich.'As" regards (L) the aged; this
is- imm&tefri&l'.--"We^ have'1-lived long
enough. -We -don't have fun anymore."
The. mo^ney,^saved" in pensibris would be
used to educate more students, "to wreck
more- hell. The
would provide
jSfis"for": more, students _td""figure out the "
problems''previously "computed by' computers^ -thereby- necessitating^ more education and perhaps1 lowering' the age "limit of
toe-^lio^uidateeff. vOnly let the liquidation
Sip—The drastic cu4 irt Canada's -postal    D§ swift and" not too messy,
many of her past supporters, that is; she
and her two lady associates were awarded their positions without portfolio and,
in effect, told "now keep off our backs".
The sorry situation at this time is that
lit was made clear at the last election
the substantial salary paid a minister
without portfolio] "Unfortunately, anywhere but in her own district. The constituents might, to some degree, be
pleased that she has visited correctional
units in the United States, Vancouver
Island and other parts of the province,   foiat socialism is by no means a popular
It must be quite reassuring to learn she    ~x—'—"~ vt—-•*■ *-- --1      j--
has been on good will "pipe of peace"
smoking tours in other provinces, indeed,
this is all very inspiring except that it
avails us nothing.
Prior to Mrs. Dawson's election she
was a constant visitor to the area, even
in her unofficial capacity she was working on our behalf in Victoria. More than
one minister has been known to state
"get Isabel in office' and with the way
choice. Next bet was social credit and in
this regard we have been badly let down,
which leaves tho liberals a chance to bat.
Here again there has been too much
hesitance in seeking a really good man
to familiarize himself with the public.
Consequently should an ejection be called within the next few months, they will
have left it too late.
Which all brings us back to Isabel:
This time election promises will provo
SBr-vrce, even with a sawutg of $-13 million,
Ss a very aieto_jiaide. step which'■& mot for
one- -moment justified, -when so 'many anil-
_oirs -aire squdndemed on nonnesisishitial services. To out these down -and resUor. the
essefrttii'al postal service would be oniy lag-
tfcail aoimlmiOfri 'sense. '
Delay deplored
Editor, The .Times,
(SviiP—As ' Medlieal Students, and figure
physicians add itaxpayems (off British Colum-
hJai, vre> feci M!he delay in ithe' opening of
UBC's teaichlnlg ihoispiltal is deplionnllile.
'B.C. mee_? rmo-fe doetons. In order /to
imespely awalinitatoi ithe' present standajvi of
imedtoal' cniw?, -we imuslli imp'ort'physiciians
Ifnoim outside our province. An important
(pant of provfi'dd-hg me'di'eal care is the/training tit ipliysJci'ans, '„n_ «- ito^chlng'iho^ital
is flint imtcgrali paint of Uhflo. '
T-h-a ifinsli pia-rtb'-of UBC's teaching ho»-
As regards (2)-the rich, "ca e'est different." -(Monsieur ■ Trudeau's .government
having just raised,my pension, I will try
to be good and- talk French, yes, I can
taj,k"it,*buit if1 you boys and girls learning
French at school think you are going to be
able to "uhderst'ahd" French-Canadian pro-
nunci'ationj you will be disillusioned),     "41
The ^ idea-of revolutionary governments
Legion Branch 140 La.
accepts B new members
FIvtE-NBW,Hmem)5ers were • initiated into
.. Jthe.-I-A. .to. Boyal/,Canadian. tegion
Branch 140 a,t .the. first -meeting of the year
held under the^'chairfnanship of President
Mrs. Gladys Jftilchj.. ' ''     .  ;
Miss Jo Anne'Wheeler who graduated
from Elph'iristbne'Secondary 'School Hast
year has been granted a bursary to assist
her in her 'further/studies ,at ^Richmond
School of Commerce.' Jo Ahrie was recommended for tnt-V award'by1 Principal W. S.
Potter. ' - 	
Five more members .w|ll be installed at
tho-next .meeting.,-to ,be helql in.Sechelt
Legion* Hall at'8 p.m. on-March-3rd.   ■   ,
Some say there's nothing after death.
Then why in heaven above
Were we ever born to toil and slave '
To suffer and to love?
If there is no other life than this
Then our effort's here are vain \
And all the creeds that tell of God
Are senseless or insane.
This I know well. There is a God
And another life beyond.
And every creed beatsits own tried'trail
To that happy hunting ground..,
And no matter what men think or say
Or,what excuse they borrow,'
"Wejll climb that hill and view some day
That fair lahd'of to-roorrowr   '    \    "
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Highway 101
PHONE 886-9662
she breathes down Wr necks you may   as worthless as we now know them to   $'{^> Ith-sJP.sydua'trk Unit wf the Health
™ct nccurwi tbinoc vuiii hr> A™,*" have been  during her  last campaign.   „"^Lcff ^'_rKV.^"_.b.a&n.i^?_l,t*.u,c<X3^
rest assured things will be done.'
H is now abundantly apparent that
this was all part of the old political
merry-go-round. Substantial sums have
been spent on ferry terminals and art
inferior terry service lias been established. The highway*.'one-of pur most pressing  problems,  has continued to $e-
Furthcr, wo depend greatly upon tourism,
yet apart from fishing and scenery wc
    , ,   ,       have nt!^-? <to.'9fM- iVVc hcvvo substantial
teriorate aijd, in one way and another, areas taken over for park and camp sites
councils arjd * regional board ^arc giyen but as yct,;no indications o'f development
the pcrpeUiial run-ardund,! The proposed aV^uch/,,^^^^;;^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'
North Road cut-off is another, example . If the Socrcds hope to jtakc the Mnc-
of reluctance to follo-iv'through. *"" v ikciizie riding in the pending election,
Before her election and* since, MrS. they have a great deal to accomplish in
Dawson has repeatedly ii^onjncd The   short time.
WMi.ca.^for-ao. Udcr.ni.ci.ion. SSSSSSg.^
and acUon before tho election. We need itho Unflt'uAxic,:im shouM be itKo"moat!etecS
improved ferry services, we require vast P^iychi'aitriie Jmgplt-al in Oainaida tajti this'linie.
improvements to Our hazardous highway. J^^nniajor; -pmbliem prieivCTi,iiiaiig its opening
THE usually docile R^sian^, are clamor- the waiting list, if the Kremlin would
ing  today for automobiles. * Well, allow jt, could bo as long as Red Square
wc wnrn them, If the auto age grabs you, is wide,
look out! 'the Soviet ^nion^froin Lenin-        And the auto era is moro than wait-
•iaiitrcs on is-al^irtess flop' hos-pitai pSwsiclans,
-WW .wili.jpatitldipatp botfih'.'iW-'jUw'i%oi^h_4s
M miedioall etludoabs, pnd in prwidlng m-,
■' ymm w swilv-enslty esfliablMioa. j» medical
em** It Ibtteowica jwolVcd irimsponslbU.
nm quite unlike -tiinistt :«f' otlicr faculuasL
The unlven-sity 1* nW ^y-rcd' W'tteMtom
« ia(w coi-Tit 5n order |t>6 tofich Ja|w istud^t®,
ajar _ 'ehclmical tmSMy &i oondw to" IbeAcJ.
cjiielmMtiry.- Ijbiiwavor, St •onimrioft -tcflich' -pdiy-
mhm -w^lteMt Ibdcomiibg involwdi in paRii©n!t
caaiB and tthm-fcci (provtldlng direct health
Mivilccw |to lUie oomanVir^ity',
Until vihm 20l ymrs uvgo vWA»«By all
(t)Pad»in« iw tiicgtea-l Wc^o,(tt9;,w^,,d_(no by
^Ar.ts1«mo ^'c^Jis'wlvo 'imaKlo titefe Uvkm
«htjT^y iftxnm' ithe praictico of rneAklm.
Eyfcw tatty in RMrs mmm -feehW over cd%
w clmloiiil ttaniciMivjj' 1® i>c-r^)rmed! (by sudi
grad to Vladivistok, will never ftp the   ing Ms 6r finished cars. It is service   H^fi^-Bni* te«!^-r« wlw -disriwd wn ttionor-
same again.
Crowds of ! fur-ha^tcd 'citizens are
trying to sign up in Moscow tor tlio jacw
family-car ■Fiat. None has vet been built
(output to reach 660,000 by l*>75) but
Published Wednesdays nt Secholt      "*
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........   by    fi,.,'     .."..' Z.   ,
Scchcll Peninsula Times Ud.
Douglas G. Wheeler, fiditot
.*?, i?. Alxgard, Publisher '
Suhsoiption Rates: (In edvanco)
1 Year, $5 - 2 Ycarii, $9 - 3 Years, $ 13
VSi *nd Fordgtt, $5,50"'
Serving the area from Port ffilhn tq Egmont
(Howe Sound to Jehiilhlei)
stations, repair shops, accessory stores,
tire factories.' it Is long four-jnnc super-*
highways,* Pf which there isn't n genuine
lengthy example in all the Russias. Once
cars arc bum," the clamor will shift to
demands for more gas stations and repair shops,, and for roads and more
roads, Remember how Henry Ford
Sparked, an ^cortomic-industrial-agricul-
tural-social revolution in tho United
States^ with Ms Model T7
No wonder Premier Krushchev wanted at first to make all Soviet autos taxis
or rent-a-cars. JJe knew. Let a fellow
buy his own chariot and he!becomes a
M*um,'«(f -$50 ft*. $200 mimwiaeiy tttim. -fho imed--
ionl fldhioot'«lnd «h<f rfeiMkler' oTlWip U-
cpm_ comics dlirecftly ■fmm twd^ldittju
ptata Kuppoiited equally n,y ^\cn\ aml
'iimvitniBlmil C^vemmichls. I^wtover 'in all
rnicdkn1) -adtoom- in toocent yoars it 'hm lw
•wxmo necciMaimr fa erngfey Ml-ftlmft'cMrticnJ
tomdwJTw In antes? to oPBiiirelam Inqplitnl scrv-
ltoo», Mqwrvbo tthe <raM~g-«t'ii«mtta and
rosfldinnJs m well as asiialbilNi '«»'t«»diiiu»
iwtfnnim Hop iiawteiaiduflito Ktutjoiitis. stu*
dJoo halwo infUcnM ifaX tfViIly Um tth« ismvo
<o* tnKh-hKtt«Um_ fa? sgtv^ri p> the jnt»vl*n
M hcuiliiih -serviteoi' % tOm txmmm&y hy vir-
rtww of jUhdr hwq_t«i l«c(iMtte»..<TlHi lotni
(snilmnl-e-* «!C theso IwMvlduab in RWa 'mcdtoal
mat* hiaivo bocn foxm U>y rtJio UnlvcnsSty.
Jmi.tp.thitT Cnwaidiliaw •sdha-fti B0% of Hio'tml-
capitalist, addicted to private ownership. f-J-' Nvo to iracJudcd in that touching
■Moscow will have a bear bv tho tail Let Jf^f .^ff-  Mitre «io -find support «op
Moscow win nave a ocar py iuo inn. txi ihmo W(i iviAnniw would »M pwmit UJtC Ka
Ruftia embrace the motor revolution and ^n.4 'wic-m«Hdi» Um SoSSj to LS
jt will be whisked into more new ven- /a!to ith© -now unlit. It te» ftmjpf^ltsasta to WJtotR-
turcs than .Lenin ever dreamed ofl n*te» .ttat 4hrae fflddiUonia!! oasl* can W d©-
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tyjM*  -"^j*^ T(n^Ma.jK*n;)f«ri>»™i»«^ffHt !*-���>&*,'���'���*   h-fl   t        <���    Ah-fT **-��A^I      -^       r*-     [      ���',''!*-)      V- V      ^   *���"   -"-1       - V-f^     fc, ,     ��� ���*   7*.   ��- .   /�� <**   'H- T7C   ^        f i ,*    tj-j^    j..,     j^F * rt  i    ���-^���^       {*"-    ^ ,       ,      w tw     *       r*** /        ��     " f  ���* > .���**,.*,    -J   ,>/ ,   I ����� ',,*��_,.' ���*** - il <v^    i ,     " ������ . >        , ��� , * .  y  -/.  A.  "V  i  .*  <"  -A  C7'  x\  -\  V  ;i  v_--^^     -~        - ���. *���-    > ..���- jr---.; -. -.   -���  *,-'��������� '  -���/  >I  Tril?ute,paid  _  1.  ��� ��, ���  ,?���-  . -c  Y Scout and Cub groups  SPECIAL services were held 'on' Sunday  J to honour the founder of'Scouting, Lord  Baden-Powell of Gilwell.1- In Sechelt ',Le-i  gionrHall and in Gibsons United Church1  Hall, Brownies, Guides/Cubs and Scouts  reaffirmed their promise during the service: ��� y ' '   '  '��� -In/Gibsons, Scout Elliott, Trueman'  made the introductions, Rev. 'Wm, Cam-  ���feroh.-read'-the opening prayer' and -Rev.  _ Dennis Morgan gave the address. '  ��� Speaking to- the; young /people Rev.  Morgan tstressed the importance of a "good  -deed"-in a delightfully illustrated address  which obviously appealed to them. He ad*-  the '��� presentation of' the * Gold a Cord* to  Ranger .Frances Fiiilaysbn. iIn:makihg'*theJ  presentation,' Mrs. jrVgnes Labonte- who  served as District Commissioner "for rriariy  years,' rehim-ded -listeners ^hait-"the Gold  Cor-d Is!-flief ntghest award of achieveriient  in' Guiding, iln thewoild of Guiding fthe  emphasis-*is on;service;'-an'Browriiesr'it is  service "to the home; in Guides, service to  the;c6mmu'mty arid4ndangers,it"is service'  to the wide world.' -' - .   .'  s��cH_L_vf ;'..;.,     ' -  **?c>. Guides iiSnd Leaders 'from ^the'" Pender  PMbptir'Company trayeUed'to Sechelt for  -th^service' led, by, Rev.,Ba'rry, Jenks, _ls-  Colour Party  Services"1 were>r)eld ,*dn ^Sunda^, Vali  .oyer the world to honour-tfe^oun^ef,  ' o��,. Scpyipxig,. * hotd Ba'de��- jPowellr  Proud members pf *lie7 ,Gibions CoTt-  pur/ ^ar^ty" a��eVScp]u|s' ,QpiiA;'|wi^ney^  and John, Vjoleh and. Guided ^sai  DeTby,-Laurife-Scoft and-DebBie'H5U".  MORE ABOUT . ..:        ' .     ," ' l     ./ ,  �� Education committee,cz,  , ��� ��� -  ���  ,  4    ,  ���.from page'1  " Knmmr fart  i   ��� . . _ ������-������-.  "   -���by John B. Armstrong, M.D.  I y     r"<"    *   /      -a'        . ' -  Fourth of a Fiye-Part Series -  i   <Yidur iftefafortf Ifound,aitu!6ini presemta a- five-  ip'aipt semises ��o_ feeairit diseiase to iinfoiimi ihie  public ��'f j_e,pT'0|-yries8 heimig tmadie ito icam.-  1*4 itto' HiwerJ-eilh 'Century healtihi foafzlatrd.)  '���by John B.' Armstrong, M.D.  Oatuaictiian ��H_it Founidaltilom  ���IT OS QUlflE poiSiSSble ithafc iihie- Heart iFund,  in supplyiag' $1&,000)000 _>r heairit tne-  ���saairicih'loivejr-Ht_e pais*' twelve years1/Was al- ^  reiaiiy ylieitcUed! me olf ithe _realtte_b __yias}H- *  *_lemib retu_?si leve-u -reiaUzed' ,by,jC5airjai(_ain!s.  The iresu!i��� laipe v&w ���rn!in|g hame. Thdy  lar-ei |helc|g iEe3jt riigM1 hietne in itihfe ��_imur_ty.  'lAlthiough 4i?ea!seis' of Ithe heiarh and! cin-  culaliion cc*ci;uiju�� ko he lour -number xyne  kiQL'Kr, -aiecoiirnUinig ifor, irmor-e* deaths ithaan _H  ���citlhier caiuses ^imlbiirted, rthenes has'heen a  ignaidiiial' dteUne Smthe'oairidLcuv'a^eular death  maito te -perscmis! lund'eir 65 years of -age din  nejcerit, 'ydairis.' '  Thb ils ���a -colnoidieince. - These y,e.a!ng ihava  also aniairibed 'lihie develc|pm;enfc foS a -plalfmeid'  laiilslaiult lupffn tbe Iveairjj'aai'd 'hliolodl vessel diis-  ealses by Oainiaidiam'S, aldticn itWt! led jto tthe  formiaitioaii o'f tthe'Hiaait Fundi io eivery'pnoiv-  inic & "OtE 0amairja,    ' /    ; "  The peloiplle1 tit M_s iqtxtmtry hlalvie _ airrtaica!-  palled1 to Ith-e laislt twelve Heart-Fund Oaim-  paiilgos', land! [tarns (aire eniatllefd; (fio isOi-asne Kihe  onedliit for'.ai healli_;a!c_etv,eimie_t; of dralrmatic  diimiemsiloas.  The Haamt Fund, iwMch Ss- to he conduct-  -etd heme lainldl thnoiiighoiuili CJainaida duniiig--Feb-  rualny, -umldeifwiultes uneisealridi, pntffassioaiiail  amd' pibnc'ediuoaltiUra-prograimmEls-jrif-your-  iHiealriti 'Faim'disjiiilan. .These; ,<prio_rairnlm_ halv��  sjpeedled iv-ttuiaCiy eVeiy (aiaVairice ia cafrdiia-  va'icutar Irnlediicine in nece_t:yeaa:��� Ftor'ex-  aunple':;  '' '-"**' ;       "    '  ������ R_e_miai_c"(fever, lance snore pneiv_-  lemt itei_'BtMo''fa|fc,i_,w6-rist,' non,v its on Sits  pre-  Wednesday, February 26/1^69">  The Peninsula"times  Page 3  ___________K___F  �� ��.*  arose, when Dr. ��� Bur^cls: pro-rSo^d^Ahat tway itfa'lted^oWg'iayameid^asV. 'By kno'rik-  t���e*-*cbrnmititeeWauow^ __ ��oail_-vt_t-_( * _t_e-<p" Si-eotatoii * -wMch'^pre-  this liriej no-one'secondedT;he motioh'be^ ���������J��� ������"��� <"���- J��� ---' ��-���-<-i-.~-jf -���v���  caus6,: trubfee's''- *^a}colm/ * IiabSnjte"' 'aiid  icedeis i't, tt_a dioor cara'-ibfi '-dosed? otn rheiu-  nualtic tEevieir -amd! -a;t-;t_ejs_me'tttme o_ ilheu-  imiaibi'c heaW-dliseialse. *  - -���- MQ&Vt iriibOTiri heart defaots yieldi to surgical ccdne_}ajo_, made pote_ilbdTe'iby- develop-  second the. motipn.. ^Trustee Efon^ Douglas    vmlw\$ iim tbs C1950'& M Ithe Shaairlt-libig onaldhline  Jehlts are* onv the ^Educa^tion- Comn_t?tee  and-jt^stee^alcolm cdriimerited 'th^t-bfr:  ing on^he^committee *sblrheo%e"'ase''Sh7)ill<i  ANNOUNCEMENT a year' or so ago by  -the Department of Municipal Affairs  stating, in effect, that municipalities not  on sewers would"be> expected to make a  move toward such installation within two  years, would appear to' be\ an excellent  idea in theory, but somewhat difficult to  put into practice.    '       -   '  Request for guidance by the department resulted in, a letter last week to  council of Sechelt front Mr. Chris Woodward, Director- of" the Municipal Admin-,  istration- Division- which dampened any  plans council might'have considered for  a sewer system.     -f'  Mr. Woodward stated:  "While^-the need for a proper sewer  system for Sechelt is appreciated, the  Council, I am sure, is aware that financing of municipal-projects at the present  time is very difficult,  "There is practically no market ^for  municipal debentures, or/for that matter,  regional district offerings. Even with the  assistance of the' regional district as the  marketing agency for the Village,, I can  see rib prospect of'dh.'earIy'sale. Recent  municipal -offerhigs - have been in 4he  neighbourhood of 8%% and this has been  before .the recent increase in the bank  rate.  , "If the project is to succeed,' Council  must be'prepared to undertake temporary  financfrig, pending'-the^, sale of "the1 issue.  In order to ensure Ithat "funds are available/your bank,should be approached to  see if the amount of, the Estimated cost of  "the project''can oe" .made" "available"for" at  least one year from the date of the adoption of the loan authorization by-law.  Cost of interest on the temporary borrowing must be provided for in the loan  authorization by-law.  "Cost of the service to the average  residential property would appear to be  iri the neighbourhood,'of $125.00 per;a*^  num; this is a sizahle sum and high rn  relation to many other municipal sewer  systems."  In regard to a query regarding a small  mill rate levy in order that' all properties  in the 'municipality contribute to a degree  to cost of the service despite the fact some  might riot, -at this time, be able to use it,  Mr. Woodward stated that while this  would be feasible, the tax base of Sechelt  is so small that the amount of money  raised in this manner would be nominal  and hardly a significant factor. However,  he pointed^out that some municipalities  do impose such a levy on the theory that  eventually through extension of the system all properties will gain a measure of  benefit. Also, a system would have a certain degree of over-capacity built into it  whereby it would be capable of serving  a larger population .than ;the initial group  of customers. Hence the municipality at  large should be expected to contribute to  a degree, toward costs.  ��� Regarding * additional Provincial aid,  Mr. Woodward explained that, while such  aid is under consideration, details will not  be known until legislation is brought  down at the present Session of'the 'Legislature.' " '"'   y      J\  *"* '  vised them 1o learn to be people of >respon-  frict'/Ch^plairi/Canon Xlan Greene, Tread   felt- he~ wanted4'to give,-flie">ma-tfer^more   iwhdch' aflSa' {___��" imalbledVisiur_e_ii_i Ito lerta&s  ?ibility.  ���A. .tribute to Lord Baden-Powell was  read hy Cub Randy Watson;:Guide Shelly  Benson gave --the Scripture Reading and  Ranger-Karen Alsager read the Thinking  Day; -Prayer, Brownies sang the hymn,  "TheTWayto God."'  AWARD ,  Highlight of. the Gibsons service was  (    *    { r ' \ -  " yw,r*-"���**"������*���*��� ���*��� _m_!  fche-'operi-mg Prayer-and'Father Power, gave    thought "and"trustee" Norm*'Hough' was rwOfait -wais,jorioe (thought itioffoe -aim uffirifaiba  the address hi which he paid -frib'ute to   absent.  As-gthe _oKon--was'-ribt seconded ffrIojn,tJiear-^^eia_(fc''rta^a__Tpiiairijt'3(_oji,'_clw in cl_ir  Lbrct J&densPowell- and also to" the Lead-    -there was/no'-diseussion. -   - ci /v^'.1 / Scall! ItinlallsV   7              *   '     ������----  ��� ArllSficSall iheart .valv-e��, _yaiit_ettfi.c ar-  'C         "   I-C      J                  " *ery Srialfis "���aartdf"iiimiplai'rJted patoeonaifcer-s ,to  ppeCial" Olinaay Service sustain toa'aW; rhyithm axe a_ra���is_gly isuc>  honours popular Canon _ o^-^,-, ^^ uniltH simprtcve iby *&  THE LAST of the, cormnunity eyents to muc_ ais'so^peiri cent ithe sunvalval1 mite amoplg  pay-trihute to Canon'G. Greene on the _.oisp3 taSi-e d lieiaxlb ''altfcack viejlims.  '  occasion of his 80th birthday' celebration  ers of Scouts and Guides,  r jPender Harbour Guide Mary Cameron  3^d^-?)*j^t'.-Scrjpture lesson and Sechelt  Cub i)avi)iJLJam.b read the "second lesson.  fytrsv��Mary Redman was a9companist for  the ihy"!111-5! adapted to tunes' from the  Sound' bf NMusic arid popular Spirituals:  r'"m^fx;"k^ A A CAi:: zzm  ���V  /  *��!  is the special service in St Hilda's Church  in Sechelt on this coming Sunday evening,  March 2nd,'at 7:30 p.m. ' "   /  ' The special preacher will be the Rev.  Ivan Futter' of the ^Columbia Coast Mission. The Rev. Barry Jenks has arranged  the special service which will be followed  in the Parish Hall by a social hour/ A  cheque will be presented to Canon Greene  for his Senior Citizens Homes and 'congratulatory messages from all over Canada  will be read.  ��� This is a community event and all will1  be Welcomed 1[he groups on which Canon  Greene serves -will honour him with their,  attendance.,  ��� Naw-'rehalbCliitaitavei measuries in paf-  _etnitls ' wSth'' cdrdiowaBcuBair disease aiadi  istaike aire ���airi'liri.'g'yeans tit -prodWive Mia  for '"heamt'" ipjattieinits.  AccjDlmpa_yLl^ig', ithesa _aw detv~!0'pm'e4l!s  are.ia ip&t -elf pitherS���<Drttg!s' for -cdmne-dbiloiri, of  Mgh ���*l^���Uvf|pri��-a-iilne> vaisl'ly -Umptfawed Itfedh-  Tii!a.ues of -cfiaignoisais, external -rtaasage'lfior  rels|_*rti!fi.g af tete'ipp'ed jlieant, ��ain ajr'biiEici'all l_t_-  mey tto 5>imi_y i_e _aod' -of (toxic isiuhiliancds  -when' niaikixiail! ���dinieys faiil, pr��ss-_'eHnau!3Jai(g  dmuigist is6 ifcneiat tsanbdc, aind miew miethodlsi df  tocaitinig s'.tr-okes atrfd -reihalbiJita-tjki'g Htocike  paltienlis, ^o tmeii-tQdai, k__y- a -fietw. '  ' ThelSfiSOaaJla'dflairiHeamtFuitdOalmpalUgiii  is 1b'fei'n!g''';cio���dUated herie, and Ithirciughoiut  ..  Oa-naVllal-dluT&g^Fehmairy.  Alderman's complaint  Insufficient agenda ctetai,  sparks spirited discussion  �� - *,'��������� JL .r       il  A f.u*��  V-Wt-j  -\ vA * ' Vf % -A A ^rfmt z;  ��� .     ���. i        I      . i     * .. u   '. ww-r-H    I 'j wwYi i    .   .. A 7  Appreciation  Sechelt. Culis-had a special surprise ' presehlting a sct,pf Woll Cub links and  fprvth^ir Cul? Master,,Daye WHson, ���t   tie pltj t6 the rjewly appointed Distridt  last'week'tt! Fatlie"r and' Son Banquet  and Ricky ��?layton had the honour of  Commissioner. '  * *  SecxheJf Cuhmaster  '['^^zge^lBy^  :; '?lion��i^��d  ng. service'  preserit^ti^ii^  TEN YEARS pu,tBtn.nding. ncrylco to tho  Scouting Mciyemeht ' Wrifi recognized  Jnut Thul'Hdoy when ^cchelt CubmnKter  pttvo Wilson received' tho long servlco  medal from Robert Siiriihorifl, Aftslntnnt  Provincial���'Coihihldsioncr 'of "B.C. and tlio  Yukon. ,  The ceremony took plnco. before almost 100'fathers arid sons"'nl the combined    pccholt-WilHon    Creek    Banquet  held to "cbhWcniornte Boy Scout' Week, r  In tho Wllflpn.Cr^cok Hall.  Another hlRhlifiht of tho occasion was  Mr, WHflon'H InVe^titurc- as' the npw District Commisrfioriev for tho Secholt DIm-  trlct,.. ���,,,..., ...,..,....,, '.:.      ��,   .,...,,..'      . . ,  IlCftd-tnhlo ffueat'fl for the bnnquot '  were '* Hr, ' Simmons; Regional Scout  Executive. Vnncduver Conat Rejjlon, ^��dc  Adair; Canon Alan Greoiw, District  Chaplain; Boh Jnnfs, Presldont of tho  DlHtrlct Council; Ed. I-e Wnrno, Wilson  Creek Cubninstcr nnd Scoutmaster; Davo  Wilson, Sechelt ,CubmrtH.ter nnd President  of Sechelt Group Clmmlttcc and Rev,  Barry !Jcnk��� who wits chairman for tho  occasion.-  President of the WJlflon Crqck Group  Committee; Mrn." Phyllhv pohraon w����  bimy'lri tho kitchen with other ladles of  thft Secholt and WUr.on 'Crock Group  Committees,    who    toc,'othcr    with    tho  t mothcrn had, prepared tho very substantial Bmorghsporcl ���dinnd*:'     '',"    '      '  Scott Jackson ot the Sechelt Cub Pack  hod tho honour of proposing the toa.it to  the Queen. Keliy Aubln of'tlio" Wilson  , Creole Cub Pack proposed  tho .'toast to  tho fathers to' whith Mr. tanh Sihl'th re-  piica.;; ���(:���-,;��� ���'      ���-, ; ���;   -1-' ;"  Qn ihehpli Pf the 3cchelt Cub Pack  Rick Clayton presented Mr. Davo .Wllflon  i with cuff,  links  and  tie���-pin, engraved  wltli;Wolf Cub cmlllem. ',  iib&Wcs/tlio head table guests, Rev,  Barry Jenka Introduced assistant cub-  mastor�� i Barry Talt of Wilson Creek and  Mrs. F. Loltner of Secholt; Gordon Wal-  ; ker b  aaoistant  ucoutmonter  at  Wilson  ' Creek nnd Hnl Aubln helps In athletic  activities. Queen Scout, Bruce' Cobl'clfih  and Scout David IJfenry assist with tho  Sechelt Cub Pack.  ��� ', Entertainment    Included   skits    per-  :���* formed by"Wilson Creek Scouts and Cubs  and n (ir|ll by Sechelt Cuba.' Mr, llarold  1 Swnnson showed n fine selection of  coloured slides giving youngsters on In-  . BlKltt into this natural beauty that surrounds'them. Of particular Interest were  his slides of wild flowers which Hrow Wl  Trail 'Jshtnd.v '     '     '  Fldgcbrc-ak ceremony performed by  the .Scouts brought tlio annual Father  and Son .Night to a clone.  SOMEWHAT   heated    argument    broke  forth at last meeting of Sechelt Village  Council following a suggestion by Alderman Morgan Thompson that the present  method of submitting an agenda is not  good enough. As an example he produced  an agenda drawn up for Gibsons council.'  Basic complaint was that the Sechelt'  agenda does not include sufficient detail  such as unfinished business. This, he  stated, means that during passage of time^  a great deal gets' overlooked and' subset  quontly forgotten. "  Suggestion by Mayor Swain that the*  agenda contained sUfficient^dctall resulted  in Alderman Norm Wdtsort pfoducing aV.  copy of the village Bylaws lohtlining' jus^p  What, should ^ included1 on, the;agenday  The aldermahi!"'ttl'SO expressed" the view;  that there should be a regulari report by,;;  tho clerk as' to what uniinlslied business^  is on hand. He said he felt Aid. Thomp-j  son had a legitimate complaint,   ��� |i  -Mayor Swain explained that a great  deal of the problem Is financial, further-^'"���'  what wltli -the'type o([ xwn around yillnge!  gets With Victoria together* with tho fact  council is getting engineering surveys etc.  which, all costs'mohcy, there Iti'a'iiinit to-  what earn be accomplished. \ f  Aid, Thompson expressed tho view that |  the Mayor seemed to bo  getting away ii  from tho point.  "Other places put these,  items on their agendas, why not us, why  fight it?" lie'asked. 'Mayor Swain replied! '  that he wait hot1 fighting, it, in fact he wasi  quite prepared o go along with the idea.  A motion by Aid. Thompson that an.  Agenda similar-.to that of Gibsons bo pro-"  vide'd iwo -dayfl ahead of council meetings  received 'unanimous approval.  LIGHTING <?BA)WT  '    Hcp6rtlng bii' an earlier dcelslon, that,,  information' lxj obtained''regarding' a, provincial   grant, on  street lighting where  llghtsi are ,at an intersection',on; a high  way, Clerk Ted -Rayner said he had dis*  covered that the grant applied to lights  with a'-wattage'of not less than 450. The  grant also applies to secondary roads but  is only 25%. Plans and details of the installation have to be drawn up and forwarded to Victoria.  GARBAGE  *" 'Jtteplying to a question regarding council's involvement'in, .the garbage dump,  Alderman Watson stated the dumps are  under control of the Regional Board but  council pays toward costs of maintaining  the Sechelt dump. He'said he had noticed  that the Regi6nal Board' planned to pay  $1,200 annually' to maintain the dump at  Garden _ay.' This,'' He 'pointed out, is a,  genera) Jevy. which I feel is greatly excessive. ;;': ���', ���':!':;''':'   '    .'';"' '���:, '���': .'���'   ' '  Commenting op. thd inability by the  Board to establish a pick-up service, he  said Vthis ..business of having to wait two  years fbi? an1 up-4o-datc assessment roll on  tape is ridiculous, they could have cm-  ployed students'.last1 'summer to carry out  an enumeration for considerably Jess than  the $5,660 It! will1 cost to get it on tape.  This way'will take ht'lenst1 two years and  the Department hasn't even started yeti"  Regarding plan? Ho put'costs of a system on the mill rate, he said this Would]  never be" perrhitted; "'It'' simply mentis  that ^ r)erpdn:,vVith'h $75,0,Q^,hd,mo w.ould  pay considerably more than n person with  �� $10,000 home yet would, have no moro  garhftge,'to'me all garbage tfooks'alike.-?  "It is my view they haven't tried too  hard''to'1 get the assessment i*ol|L '.because  they don't jilke the 'work Involved. Fur'-j  ther, I wo�� one'of'n committee which-  Includpd a present Board member and  wo compiled flgiir'es* on a garbage pick  up, this is in their committee reports/.'  he concluded.  (Mayor? SwninUaid ho would'question  tho situation at the next meeting of the  Board."  ' '    )    . ���    '' ''    -1    '  ''' !''  W^/-/^V^^^^  For your added conv-^plettc�� we have' now- a  in confunctfon wl^i eiir Psyp|^iitip&  hg&TIIMHiZM&A  ���   .-���   >  ���  ���  j  ���     '             s  ���  �����                                 f  j  ��� *  ���   .     <  !  1     ^     ^  ���.                                  1  _  t>  - i.     ���             **  '���-'       -J  *  \   ... -  4  - i.    ���*-. y-~   '--j.   _.  '-i           '~~  ,                N                                                   i_    u __u          r  < *-  VL'���  ���WW - b  'l  t       ^  *���    -                    jl  t  ^  }  r  f      C:"��  1                             A      ������*"-  '            /I  *  i;        \t -i  r    '  ft                                         A  Highest Award'  iReceiving the Gold'^ord from former  District Commissioner, Mrs. Agnes  Labonte, Ranger Frances"Finlaysoh  has qualified for Ihe highest a^ard  in Guiding! The award is'made riot  only for proficiency in the skills and  knowledge of Guiding but also for  service to the Community.  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  ,     4 days weekly  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phono 885-2333  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday  '' 12 noon to 5 p.m.     ���'  EVENINGS r3Y APPOINTMENT  ;S^SSS'S#W8***������Wi��^  I  DBE> YOU liS^OW ELOI��$ ABE SELLING FOSI mOUE  wmvf jw/m" pjm" pe-foee? '  WE WILL ��->AY ���ASgV WQW YOUR TpBEH.  ���MMM���MM       I  SeBB now whfle prices are at ftSieir Buigl-aest .  f��h,oite 88&-9m& or 88Sr23M  I ',.   U   ~      , /   '.  w*m*m*fyH4imi#*mimim  i��vrf(..v-/ t  vm*m��mm��m*m**wwi'mm*immiwmwwmm*wmmmmmmmmmm*mmwtmmm*mmm0wmi*immmBmmwm*iwmimu  ' SPECIAL  1 only 14' ALUMBHUM BOA!��$325.00  iMUMMIM m ������������������  Tmrnnnnirrnnmi������fcrrr,n"nr-'~.~^nJTrT---''���rrrr���i T~~'~^nn^.i���I'Tnmni  Your Ay.tbp^fcpd j^ERCURY  Dealer for Sechelt.  ' USE�����, AND -NEW OUTBOAUDS  LOGGING AND CHAIN SAW SUPpLipS  v '  d. . . .  AA:^7^A  t  , ,^+*K^,,*mrt ^^rm?******"**''*  4  fcW^rf-W f*,!"*, *,IU wmi^-^t-lW -  HB^-<B*irwa��r^*ll��B��ff��wi��W'4'>**S^^ ^^^#iltfa��%iiff<t��E��W<HWH-^ tiiW ���!! .--' l'"j    ->r.   :,   ' ,''1V- ..*  * <���  V  -il*  '  It  J  l"  \  I,*  i -������  11  M  7\  Popular Hedrooffs man  AFTEiV' a -long Tand" courageous fight for  *r      life, Frank Alexander Lyons died in St.  Mary's- H-asjntai;. Sechelt; on February '22  in his 74th year.   /       r.  *' Born'in County Armagh, Northern Ireland," he emigrated to Canada^ in 19f 4 and  went to work for-the'T. Eaton Co. in Winnipeg,, starting.a happy association which*  was-*tO',last for 25 years. ,  , ' ��� -During the war'years he served in Europe with the -90th- Winnipeg Rifles "through the Battles of the Somme/VimyRidge  , and Pass?chendaele, where he was wounded ������"���nd received an injury to his right eye.  For Distinguished Conduct in the battle,  he was awarded- the DCM.  ��� With the^war ended, he returned to  Winnipeg where he was given a hero's  welcome by ithe T. Eaton Co. and promoted  to theposhioh'.of manager of the contract  department. In 1934 he married Eva  Laird and five years later they settled in  Redrooffs which has been their home  ever since.,  For-some years he was manager of the  Redrooffs;Resort'while,his wife Eva man-,  aged the dining room and (together they  organized the Saturday night dances which  were such a popular feature of the Redrooffs of those "days.  In later-years he became interested in  real estate and'was involved in the survey,  subdivision' arid sale of Jand, in Redrooffs'  and -Welcome' Beach. During thirty- years'  residence 'this big- lovable Irishman had  become a-pant of Redrooffs and his death  will be mourned -by all as1 a personal  grief,-but'throughout the Sunshine-Coast  his pa'ssing will be mourned. He had been  a members of the Canadian Legion for 25  years and :a Mason since 1922. He was a  meniber of the Blue .Lodge.  "    i     *��� v i  t i- _ ���   t  World Day of Prayer  service in Gibsons  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS Anglican Church,  Gibsons, wilt host the World Day of  Prayer  Service' at  2   p.m.  on  Friday,  March 7th.  1 The World _ay of Prayer is a day set  apart for prayer by the women of the  world and on this day they join in- a special service, remembering before God the  needs of all people. Last year the service  was held in more than 3,000 communities  across Canada and in over 140 countries.  People of .all denominations gather for  this service and this year the theme, scriptures and prayers were proposed by women in, Africa from Sierra Leone, Ghana,  Nigeria, South Africa, Congo, Zambia and  Kenya.  Instrumental prelude is the beautiful  African < spiritual "Kum Ba Yah" which  also provides the unifying motif for the  various sections of the service and gives,  emphasis to "dialogue with God" which  the African women feature.  Guest speaker will be announced next  week and everyone is invited to this special service. Prayer offerings' are sent to  The. .Women's Inter-Church Council of  'Canada, 40 St. Clair Avenue East, Toront6  7, Ontario, from whence they are distributed amongst numerous ecumenical projects.- Lasb year $67,810 was-raised and  distributed throughout the world  i i     J     - < ' r  r".*  Page 6  .The.Peninsula Times .-Wednesday, February 26, 1969  Sechelt meeting  &_��?>��_' V.\_!  History of Development  AS MLA for the Mackenzie Constituency,  through this series of .newspaper',articles, I would like to pass along some  information on the history and development of the Kaiser Coal program and the  new superport at Robert Bank ,in British  Columbia., I very much appreciate the  kindness and co-operation of The Times in  the printing of my, articles.  .  COAL MINING IN THE CROW'S NEST  A look back to the early days of the  Fernie area is necessary to properly appraise this question of the sale of coal  to Japan.    r - -  Fernie was a major producer and shipper of coal in the early 1900's, but the  early 1960's saw a much different picture.  The market for coal had declined to the  point where the bulk of Fernie area coal  was being shipped to Japan���shipment  only made possible by subsidization. The  Government of Canada, through the National Coal Board, was paying a subsidy of  approximately four dollars a ton on the  freight from the mine to ��the port of- Van-,  couver.  The Honourable Kenneth Kiernan was  in Japan in 1961 \ as Minister of Mines for  British Columbia, and he met with some  people  who  were  buying  coal,  namely  Nipon Kokan. During the discussions, Mr.  Kiernan asked if the Japanese would be  prepared to buy larger quantities of-coal  from British Columbia.  Mr. Kierna��� felt  this was a practical way to aid the economy of the general Fernie area. However,  the Japanese, while, they had no fault,to  find with the quality,of Fernie coal, did.  indicate that, they had no wish to have a  substantial portion of their smelting industry  dependent  on   subsidized  coking  coal from British Columbia. The Japanese,  who were the only potential customers,  further  stated that if  British Columbia  ���by Hon. Isabel Dawson  .' i -J  could arrive at.* an efficient arrangement  which would provide for British -Columbia coking coal to reach the ports anil  arrive at Japan at competitive prices, without subsidization, the Japanese industry  would look most favorably on theJ questions  of buying more coal. ' .  Club House Shapes Up   -  There is no question about the-fact  that the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club/will prove a great-asset  'to the Sunshine Coasft and will.be fully,  in opera'tion this summer. Qfljicial  opening is planned for May.' Work on  the club house has been in progress  during the past bad weather/ Roof  was ".completed. last week and windows-are next on the'list'.. Bulk of  work has been carried out by Roy  Taylor building and course superintendent. He will take on duties of  golf pro once the course is opened.  FERNIE COAL RESERVES  Pipeline Transport���Bulk Coal  A look at the general outline of the  Fernie area coal regions shows that they , -  are very extensive indeed, and that only    TYj m|%��| m-I   T 1 V|Vp 1*171 Tl  a comparatively  limited' area has been * JL/Iull 11/1   Jjllil Ql lull  mined so far.   Astronomical quantities of  ��� coal remain to be mined���reserves are  lieved to contain between two billion and  5^ protests financing  six billion tons of coal. Even if some of ~  this coal is unable to be mined, the vague  terms used to describe the quantities available are really an indication of the immensity of the coal fields and the work  which would be necessary to block out-  precise coal.production figures.  The question the Provincial Government faced, then, in bolstering the ,-econ-  omy of the general Fernie area, was finding a substantial, market for Fernie coal,  and a way of transporting it to the coast  at a reduction of what was a very heavy  freight rate.  Accordingly; the Government examined the possibility of moving the coal by  pipeline from the Fernie coal fields to the  coast. From an engineering point of view,  it seemed this could be done successfully.  However, in order to move the coal by  pipeline, it had to be broken down into  small particles and water or some other  liquid agent introduced into the line. ' In  this fashion the coal>would, become semi-.  liquid and move as a slurry.  Tests made by the Japanese on this  watered product to see if it could be returned to a satisfactory condition for.  coking, proved that there would be too  many difficulties to overcome and the end  product would not be satisfactory. -  i  i  I  i;  /,  ��. �����  ^ ---���. 1-.  /���****       1 c* ���*  /      -"V      ft?, *���' -' - 11     ���* *  ' *  ' .-  The executive pulled into home at S a.im.  to face his furious'wife, "I had a 'meeting  that lasted until early morning," he began  explaining, "and we had to have imlmites  taken. When it was over 1 took my secretary home and she asked ime to come in for  a drink. Well', one drink led to another and  I finally finished up sleeping on the couch  in her living room,"  "A likely story!" screamed his wife,  "you've probably been out playing -poker  with the iboys a'gain."  DISTRICT Librarian John Bell echoes the  septiments-of many educators in a letter to" Hon: Isabel Dawson MLA following  his resignation -submitted-February 13th  .to the School Bpardr "        '   , *'  Copy of his letter, delivered to The  Times states:  Dear Mrs. Dawson:  The attached letter of resignation delivered to-the Board of School Trustees,  School District No: 46 (Sechelt) will formally convey my objection to the Provincial  Government's -present 'education finance  formula as applied to a small,-under-developed British Columbia  school   district  such as School District "No. 46 (Sechelt).  The formula is growth-restrictive in  that it prevents a fast-growing district like  Sechelt from meeting current educational  needs let alone anticipated ones. Compared  to many school districts Sechelt has had  -a late start in building a worthwhile educational program. Only recently has this  jiistrict begun to acquire needed staff, facilities'" and materials (i.et  library books)  which ought to��have been available-years  'ago. Unless the -finance formula is changed immediately and increased grants are  made I cannot personally see how the  ,district1 can meet the needs of its many  underprivileged children, Indian and non-  Indian, who deserve a better educational  program  than that  which   has  hitherto  been offered.  Already many citizens are disturbed a-  bout the curtailment in teaching staff and  services which the School District's 1969  ���Budget will cause. There seems every  likelihood that you will receive from residents of this area a petition urging the  Provincial Government to grant the district a reasonable portion of the twenty-  one million dollar fund which the Premier announced February 7 in aid of school  districts.  ABOUT forty people attended wliat'pr'o-  .   ved tp be an informative meeting last -  Sunday February ,23rd at the-Penmsula  Drive-in dining-room and-included representatives of councils of Powell River,  Sechelt and1 Gibsons together with,mem- '  bers of Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Har- '  bourbour and Powells River Chambers of  Commerce.   Representatives ��� were   also  present from the B.C. Ferry ���- Authority  and''Vancouver Tourist Bureau. K   7  Generally considered an imaginative  meeting, organised by the Sechelt.Cham-  ,ber, proved that combined endeavors can ,  accomplish a great deal and problems  affecting the entire Sunshine Cq^st require only a combined effort by all concerned, to bring about a solution.  Mr. Jim Bensley, General"Manager,of  the Vancouver Tourist Bureau,'explained  that his Bureau is the biggest in Canada  and eighth on the American continent. It  is his intention to become one of the top  th,ree or four.^He explained that while  tourism at this time is bur second largest industry, it is hoped to make' it the  number one in the near future.  He said that twenty-years ago places  such as Hawaii considered pineapple  growing a major industry, today, however, tourism-is number one. This could  be the same on - the Sunshine Coast  "everything is in our favour," he said.  Regarding the provincial contribution  he pointed out that the present budget  has raised the per capita grant for municipalities from $25 to $28.00. This he said  could very well replace the regional  tourist grant if communities fail to claim  it and can only be done under the'Tourist  Association.  One village Aldermen was heard to  comment "we are being threatened."  Canon Minto Swan expressed the  view that while value of publicity was  appreciated, he wondered whether the  Sunshine Coast would receive specific  publicity in such places as California. He  explained that during a recent visit to  Hawaii he has found that there were  various publications indicating numerous  activities available to visitors. Mr. Bens-  ley agreed that it is neccessary to have  something to offer tourists.  Reeve Jim Court of Powell River said  , that last year council had donated $6,000  toward tourist committee activities, this  included a brochure of the area. This was  considered such a worthy project that the  grant this year has been raised to $7,500.  ���"The potential is here, we have fishing,  hunting and campsites and if we work  together the potential is tremendous," he1  said. Reeve Court also stated that next  project of his council will be that of  industrial promotion. *. . ,  Active member of the Powell River  Chamber, Bob John,1 expressed the.view  that the formation of a'municipal tourist  commission has proved that one master  body is neccessary for the function of  promoting tourism. He said there are  many groups involved to this end but  Jiason is lacking.  Other speakers emphasized the need  for participation in the Sunshine Coast  Tourist Association and the discussion  terminated with the suggestion ,by Sechelt Chamber* President Erich' HenscH  that further consideration would be, required before "any decision is reached.  Next item on-the agenda was the present ferry situation and Mr. Ken Stratford was present' as representative of the  Authority. He stated that following discussions with- Bob John of the Powell  River Chamber, he ,has been in touch  with his superiors and various improvements, are under, consideration for this  summer. These include; an additional  ferry for the* Comox-Powell River run  which will take 45 cars "compared to the  present 26. This will more than ���> double  present,capacity.   .'  . Saltery-Bay to Earls Cove involves  addition of the Pender Queen -on a five  day weekly basis. This is presently under  serious consideration.-  On the Horseshoe Bay-Langdale run,  a late service will be established by  nieans of berthing the Langdale Queen  at Langdale. This will not only provide  more jobs at this end but will offer a*  late sailing from Horseshoe Bay at 11  p.m. He advised the group that further  representations by them to the minister  might bring about a midnight ferry service from Horseshoe Bay.  Mr. Stratford told The Times later  that while he had stated these improved  services would be established this summer, the situation is not definite at this  time but all proposals are under serious  consideration.  lLateness of the hour cut short what  might have been a lengthy discussion on  the sorry highway 101 situation. All agreed it is a disgrace and a member of the  Powell River delegation suggested ways  and means should be found to get the  present highways minister over to look  at the road "we have never had one yet  who has driven over it, they usualy fly,  he said.  ���i*  :  ���--"-'i-W  S#^^'^;CS!^  Have Your fPBumbing SD_rce Today- YGte ��ea$M�� Way!  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Wednesday, February 26, 1969-     The Peninsula Times
Page 7
;Wgl|fngp ::.|Jgy !4Ufj^m
B&uL 7$L yPierna
„   :    -.Lerter from T>,rlidment Hill
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OTTAWA—Unlike the weather, everybody
-• .-'"</- -    ;i-       '    -•  "■■   -,-'.'-, j :-i-by Mary TpnWey -    kjriows hb'w to run the conintry but nobod-y
'   -    , * ' l''-i-.-i5.;-  *^-r-?-"," '.'v*-<■»   '    talk*5-aboutMt 'aiiy more, '*Th_' column „•
MR. AND MRS. Roy Doyle are just home ' at the Alan Greene home, she was war-,   an-attempVto reverse this'process.—	
after1' a month's holiday in the 'Carib- mly welcomed by' the; Ellingsen* family, ^'CoaSt?c5hilcbtin people-are therefore in-
bean .where ,ttiey enjoyed glorious warm Bruce's '-parents, .Mr. and "Mrs. Elmer * vited to "voice theii: opinions on a^few,
weather and 'dn abundance of all kinds Ellingsen, his ^'brother, Andrew, his-sis* cufrren^pOfitical issues,''TKis 'column may'
of fr,uit. Among other/islands, they visi-    ter, Shirley'and he'rhusband'Victor Cole    b"e'clipped,; placed • in, an' envelope -ad-r
of Powell River and Miss Susan^Bond 'ol   dressed: Paul' St. Pierre, MP, Parliament
Lund.- '',•■.' v-     ,-..   '.(ui    j     Buildings,-' Ottawa. 'No1 postage stamps are
'- At a family service in the Church of    requii-ed.- ""-"  --       '."•/«    . :-a
ted Dominica' and' Guadeloupe.-During
their absence, Roy's mother,' Mrs- Andy
Wilson,-resided in the Doyle's'beautiful
new A-Frame home'.
Marilyn,'Russell is flying/ home to
Montreal this" week after attending the
funeral-of he'r. father, Frank A. Lyons. '
, Mrs.'Ralph^McCrady' is delighted to
hear  of the' s_e   arrival   of  her   new
' grandson, David^Werren Ralph McCrady,
born to her"son'/Frank McCrady'and his
wife Edith.      '-,-•'-'     "*     ' ,
While congratulating ourselves that
we are some of the privileged few to receive , Saturday mail, residents .with urgent outgoing mail' should check with the
post office -for closing time. On Saturdays, the mail* truck maljes only one call
at the' post office and collects outgoing
mail when' delivering in-coming mail.
To "'celebrate- Canon Greene's 80th
birthday, he "and Mrs. Green planned * a
quiet':birthday- dinner at'the Patio Gardens. It -was probably.no coincidence that
quite a number of their "friends turhedlup
His Presence, with The bride, dressed in
a walking* length dress of ivory'-brocade
and wearing a corsage of white camelia
and pink rosebuds, was given in* marriage' by Mr/ Elmer Ellingsen. Matron'of
Honor was'the Groom's■ sister, Mrs." Vic-,
tor Cole, while Mr. Cole was best man.
The couple will'make their home On
Cortes Island. "   ,-'',,''-,-
Canon Greene/s association , with the
family goes'' back, to the days whe|x
Bruce's grandfather had hogging "interests
up "and down'the" B.C.'-coast.    •    -
fl For-tabulation of-results (which I shall
Announce* in a' later > column), -there are
f6_r .'categories of answers,' indicated by
four symbols:'" * : i   \   r
'   Y — yes, '   ■
"   N —. no.
X —- hot much interested one way or
* '   ."  the.other. -'-,'> "■'  7 : ^
O — Uncertain, or not enough, infbrma-
'- " ' tion'on the subject.     '    -' "1
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■t 1.-, - Shoul'd-the entire Omnibus Bill-on
reform ot the .Criminal' Code pass?' ('' ,).'
- ' 2. 'If not', should abortion section pass?
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3. Should lottery section pass? (   - );
4. Should gun control section  pass?
(     )..,-.-.. ...     .     .
5. Should Canada .establish diplomat-,
ic relations with the Vaticari?."( - -). "    ■
* 6./-^'Should '' Canada'' establish diplomatic, relations with Pekin China    (  , ).
^.",1)6 .you approve "proposed Estate
guish when-visiting Vancouver team, - der -pressurWthe.avJioIe' gamfe -made ■ home ^nder^watcKfuI «ye,6f--*efe,r£e:
Nelsorf/&v^arve^scofedU-:74-vm<    - - ; _: ,J *-.-."-' .-'.-.-,-'-* .1,-yteJ yZ-Z7,'JZ \:':77 'A-ZAA-'T,'
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—by Maurice Hemstreet
HELLO,   there,   fellow   square -.dancers,
friends" and  relations, i*,wherever-'yoU
are, you guessed it,'l haven't „ft.-Just nMd
at* the~-Patib "Gardens for 'supper ora "cof-    a rest due toteing snowed out-or iir--frolh Tax Changes" as recently amended? "■('..').
fee, a-suspicion1 confirmed,"by the fact    the square dance circles,-however, here is ' * 8.'"Do "-you favor price coritrols?.(     ).
that Joatf-1 Cunningham arid*" Ena 'Arm-    the up to date news "in the square dance -, &r/D6 you faVor wage.cOnttols?  (', ).
strbng -managed' at* very 'short-notice to    world. «.■.- -.-   -.--«! 10. : Do-, you'favor "a'.partial  capital
have a fine birthday cake ready for the      ' I have not heard a word from any of gams tax?/(''  ').".,'"    '   .'['
occasion.-    .--      --     *    ,. ■-                    the-Powell"River'clobs'arid as far*as--I T 11-JjDpyou"favor a,full;capital tax on
Neit .film program at the-Welcome    know" .Powell River, is-still there.  How *he- 'bMs^f-th® Carter; Commission's;rec-
Beach Hall-bn March 5th at 7:30 p7m. wiU    about'a little news, from  you,'of your ommendatipn that   a. buck: as a buck', no
•-.<---—-     --.--.-     -—obal    square dance" activities? I haven't heard ^attet how, acquired? . (     ).- .-
a word from my sister Myrtle over in* the 1^. "Do you  favor  confining  foreign
Victoria- area-ori. Vancouver Island.' Then ownership-of - Canadian mdustriesto 49
I just -remembered that-1- don^t- think- she percentwless? ( ; ).   \"\    '    ".   -
can write?   oh, she went thru school all ' "13. "DO you favor a heavier flow'of
right, yes sir, in the front door and out the foreign'capital-into"Canada?   (''  ).   "   '
back door," but I should be bearing from .    f-4; ,P-° y°u favor .establishment, of a
her soon as the Pen. Times reaches her neadlandito-headland .territorial boundary
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" , \ ' , ' '  *  fifth goal   -   t y -,    -       ^ -v     ,'*.::     -   ^ su -" •,;  : ,^,>       4 |- .-•,'
Speedy Alan Edmunds of Residetttial'/Q^withi determination scoring first   In"   Yf%lir   C^atti'iif^h
Braves drives the fifth;^oal,home _i-   goal-within minutes/ F^nai score was   U$-   . 4- WH4.I... sJf <L4# ■W.-ul.ft.
Provincial Cup,--playoff against Se-   5-1 leaving Gibsons Legion'-and the
)chelt Eegion on'Saturday/ Braves set'. Br'aves.stiil.in Diyision_5j:playoffs.
-By The Old Rake
*    *■* . 777   V     '      -!*■       »   -\.   Vr'    ^' 4>    v *'".'.'•
WE DON'T baiye to wait until spraag to find-
g ltlfc__s!'to ,d» inwthe^ -garden.   Favptcajbli?
d5iyi?.'~/Pell>r_a'ry gi-ve _ -a- _ia_oe'to,get
jt_—gs d;at)ia'itH_t ipe^faaips- wau—'fiVnsgledUsl
_xtog'(^e*rii^i^is^ring work. -, „ .,- ,,'w
Tim fth__ng,~ow'iof;jolhg like stmati'ghteiT-
ang tout itih-e-l'alwn! ie'dg«s. A job much: leaisieir
,dane naw, wi_vifcbb,!half-ni:tttira edges, lUhaaii
l'alter on. NfuV'the soil-is d'aJmp amd can be
out deianly, -but i!f Mt'rtill later it 'WiU dry
out and crumible,
,.■ Bicse a'Pbs>r_ and trellisasi caw ibe inepaiu-
ed maw while it is easy to igat aib them.
' The sStes. to receive (the sweet ipeais, gair-
den -p&aii, 'and dfaMia-s* can'-amd" should be
ima'de up well in advance "oif pla-ntbig itim-e.
As sioon-as-iltee-bi^b snawllto-,^^;visfi!W:ei thd
beds caiit be •cultivatted' andr'-sio .et-fthe jump
consist of Six films, all in color. "Global
Village"""is "filmed" 'In"Tour" "countries-—
Switzerland, Nigeria, Venezuela "and
Canada,-'and illustrates the' 'inter-relationship of world commerce.
".Trawler .Fishermen" takes, the viewer to the distant banks off Canada's Atlantic coast' aboard the stern trawler,
Cape vNova, where- actual 'operations
demonstrate the new technology used in
taking fish from the" sea.""*'In'diah" Memento" offers a thought-provoking visit to
the Indians of Canadian Pavilion at
Expo '67.'-
' "A tale of Mail" is a film made for
the Canada Post Office and pictures the
Archie "Rutherfords of more romantic
times dashing through forest trails on
horseback 'or later driving mail' coaches
on the new road between Quebec and
"Maligne Lake" is a study of a sapphire lake set high in the mountains-
only minutes away from the resort town
of ."Jasper. The film depicts studies of
An interesting and romantic story
which started in London, England in 1965
culpiinated in a wedding on February.
21st at the Church of His Presence, Redrooffs.       . .
In London, nearly four years ago,
some  interprising  investor' bought  two
I think Bob'Crichtons square dancing
young ones--will .be-on the-floor "again this
year, so if you are interested call Bob
at Pender Harbour.
Just tried to call Bud Blatchford but
he must be at Sunday School. However, I
believe the Port Mellon Heeze and Sheeze
are going ahead full steam, so, if you are
interested in the finer things in life call
Bud at -886-213& and - join-the-Port- Mellon
club,. get that true" feeling of I Tiad fun
last night. <
Now we-come to tjiat ever popular
club, the Gibsons Squarenaders, which has
a swinging group of square dancers at the
Hopkins Hall every second Sat.
- Their first dance was last night which.
wa3 their anniversary square dance due
to some stuff called show. A late start
should mean a good ending.
'" Their "next square dance is next Sat.
night March 1st usual time, same spot'and
I am looking forward to seeing- good old
between Vancouver Island"and'the southern tip of 'the -Queen- Charlotte! Island?
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15.- -Do-you favor limitation of the salmon fleet by-means-of-the present policy
of boat! licencing?  ( . ■).        "' - '   *
16.' A?e'you in agreement, generally
with' the recommendations of the Hellyer
committee on housing? '( )\ '
••• -*17j--_6-you'favbr bilingualism incen-
sus districts of Canada -where: French is
spoken by 10 per cent or more of the
population?"1" 0 ' ). " - -        ' "   '
' 18.- Do you favor bilingualism in federal courts and:-in the National Capital
Region of JOttawa?  (').-'    v :   '"
<■   19.   Do' you 'favor  more   trade with
Japan?   (: r ). \   *        J     -,   *      '   >'
1,20.   DoJyou _avor more- Japanese- in--
vestmenfcin _.C.?->( i ).<;  - *■       :    ' :.
k. n,u>vl)44.   i.** *ky—"-i-*   *.4r*t  --,
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Division 5 soccer playoffs saw Gih- at Hackett Park. Goalie; Keii*(Hcrrin
sons Changers overpowered by Weift makes a save in game,which kept
Vancouver Spuraways in 8nO victory   hini^re^ •  •■
Juf ejiile soccer weekend refills
iuVENILE1 Soccer Provincial•',Cup play-   lHnckbt^pVrk,on',Snturday,'-March' 1, 12
oHa at'HnckeltPflrk-on Saturday:saw    p.m.   -       .1'        , ■ ,,'    ,
)oth-:yieltihg teams-wnlk oft .with con-     f 'Divn. 5—Gibsons Legion1'vs McSwecn
Mncing-vict-ories.    -      * ' ; • '"'',' Highlanders In'North Vancouver Oh Sa-hif-
Divn.-7—Shop Easy 0, Nelson &,Hnr-   day. Both games are Rrpvincinl Cup play-
l   .'..;vcy *. ?'•' ■';'" ".      ;■ ■■■■■■-■■,. .««». " " ' '    '    '   ,"'1,  '" l^"'
\   Dlvh, 5—Gibsons Chnrgcrs ,0, West Van
Spurawnys ,0,   Res. graves 5,  Se
, fcheltXcgiori 1.
Results''of Sunday League Games:
Divn. 7—Shop Easy 0,, Tlmbcrmon 1.
•-■ Roberta Creek Thunderbirds default
over Res, Warriors."' Mndblrn" Pnrk
0, Gibsons Cougara 0.
Divn. B — Sechelt 'legion 10, Gibsons
ChnrgcrtJ 3. Gibnons Legion 1, Res.
Braves 3,
Divn. 2-^Glbsonii United 0, Local 207
0, • Totems by ■default over Hot Shots!.
Gnmca.ficlicdulcd for next weekend:
on ithie wee_9, but don't do |t!h_ umi'il you get Bruce Ellingsen of Cortes Island. During
a day -th-aft'ls difiy'a-nd'itihe -slSiil( pot'Ibo wet. the   long journey  through  Europe  and
If pthere _oe any 'bediS ai^und the houso Asia,   a   friendship   developed   between
it is- a good ddoai to ohCck tw^-'-eaweitrouglw these two young people which has with-
s» ithiait'ltlhey dlo -not spill orvep-airidJ'Wasihi out stood nearly four years of separation,
bulbs and small plants.   • ?  ■        - ■ They mfet again in 1967, whem Bruce El-
P_uTVi6l hi'csdgfes thaitllaivo become too taljt lingsen,''on  a'visit to Englahd,  visaed
ami wide can bo cut ibaick/ihii,*«|;,'ialt' this Miss Wilson at the home of her'parents
'   am'B witoitf; fioifJe-ri^^ Mr. and "Mrs. George F. Wilson but'dur-
Sxedges <sui_ -specimens, however, should bo ing most'bf the intervening years   thev
letltiuiiiliU ithe eiwl of itwcb -m^lithi; before any have  been  separated   by   'thousands' df
•   heavy  cutting  is attempted.^;The  sap is"; miles. ,In, spite  of  this,   the 'firiekidshib
•moving by ltlh.cn iamd tk&y'Ao nat .suffer any:. flourished, nurtured by a 2-wav 'corroi
.    (Iyln.g!,ba!ek.  lit _ _Jways a souneo of woav; pondence, steady and voluminous.      :'
d-^enttoaiowgardcncwhowqiiickly^elr       "Miss Wilson got her first glimpse of
are irejuvcmatcd. ; —   ,      .        .°       . b«».n«t. m
Analhcr -woJiUuwhile itaisilc lilvait' ea„' be ui«-
dertaiken jm«w ls itlie -cutttog of.toanohics olf
eanly fl-owcdm'g shtnibs far (f!oreinig;: |lo i>r»-
vida decoaiaiLiojn tfioii? the home.   Fonsythii'av -.
qulnac, • Jiaipawcsie plum <prtunia pfels'iW't)  ;
iamd the like will all bo woU'1 enough ad1-.
varo'cicd' that HHioy ftwco qul'cldy.
'■•it "you 'didn't Kto-ln 'lae'i^V^-'iihortver
When you 'ma'dio itho laiat; ;<Miit lUhccjii jit would
be ismajnt'ilJO run it ■for w f_w minutes -oycry
fow w-oeJcs itoiloocip'itho engine from gum-,
mirig up,  TaJce .wdv^awta-jBo ,-TAf; linfavonaWw
■ Weather to isltoV iwdoora iaaxl give Hflne- tm'Owxnr
; a Itih-arwigh, icleaimnig * and - cluock, for ■vft>rn<
' painL-j; If toy 'wAj^Axti are'/'necessiairy now fa ",
ft'Sood itl'mo to 'fta-Vc- thorn tlonei wilicov-'iilliici
ncipaliinmaini to niot fiwamped vi\lh i»bs ats'lio'
,wffl''bo*ll!aiticiri'*oin.;    ::'\    '■',v.'1 ■-.   ' ■   s
Now ittonit Xlho wimter pruwlng fe■finished
 ^„„fty   _1YraiuJl   u„_ ,lb   lwu    caller Harry Robertson at the mike, giv-
i^-.^^v-teS'SrpassHSra'tor    I?6 fo^ witi> -ai_ ^^.."Sht of square    I
a.oourneyio.India,It-wasrftto.btexact=.*    ^ P^sure, why-don't you come A»?
ly a luxury trip-foriso many..of the pas-     plaJji0ing ^TS^V^Ju?-*
seneers .'were vonn^'nponi,,   _»J1    Promenaders would like to get undei4 Way
again for a little -fun on the floor.', There
is now an easy way to teach new square
dancers and bring those who haven't
square danced for a while up to date quite
easily so that all may enjoy yourselves
from the beginning. Show me one-set,and
I will pay for the halLand supply .the calls
for the first night. Ladies bring refreshments, all you have to do is phone 885-
9941 that you-have a set and-1 will do'the
rest, | now, isn't that a square deal for a
square dance, >' '   •
Well, I must go out and throw a little,
paint on' the' saw horse so that I can truthfully say old Paint is .waiting for me so
I will see you "at Hopkins next Sat. night;
Hi Ho Slivers.
sengers ,'were young-'people, prepared to
camp, cook their own meals an&'lend a
hand with any, prbblems arising along
the route. Arrival in New Delhi, the organisers of the trip sold the buses for
twice the price they had paid for them
arid invested the proceeds in Indian Rugs,
silks and other treasures which they took
back to England to sell and buy more
Two of the passengers who met on the
bus trip were'Miss Virginia Hazel Wilson  of  Ossett,  Yorkshire,  England  arid
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. .yifojntf to   mttke; your   homp
larger, more^omfortable, more
modern/"' moro     beauJiful?
Whoever .fiome', improvement
Project .you   haye   m   mind,
you'ir'-fincf nelpful, jdeas -and
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Canada when she arrived in Vancouver
on February 20th from Tasmania where
shchas' been nursing. The following day
DJvn, 7-VTimbermcn vs Firefighters at  ,
Sunday, March,2nd
, --Divh/';-7^iy)[adelrn |Pnrk ys Rcs'^War-
rlorsat Res. School. Robert."* Creole ThUn-
dcrblrdsi vs Gibsons Coiijjara at Itoboits '_ t)l)0 tools whiauld bo .«shaini<ttned ■aiml imado
Crce|c Cnnfor Tlger.4 vs" Shop'lEhtiy i;«t *,iM»ai(ly{'m thcr^ Kvllt bd tthare pruning Wo <lo
Gibsons.  Game time 12 noon,v   (-'"   ..;.;.    ,on..tho is-prtog tflowcriwg sJhir-ulbs When tlwy
Divn.   5-Gibsons'LcgiQn  v»'Glfe^ns.' ',**}* fintohed Cwcatog,     , ■    .
Chargers tvt Gibsons.' ' Sechelt Leg(Sii ia>
Res. Braves tit'Hackett Parlci  GSmo^lme
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1 Divn. 2-<Jlbsons '.United vs. Res. litems at IlHcltelt Park. 'Local 207 va, Sechelt Hot Shot^s at Gibsons.   Gnmo timet
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Walter Footer bookA on painting, t)rawing, Ccramica etc.
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wiffv #"n*H^nttw K < ,.,^Wa^^U v '��''>The,Penins��^Timea ^.  'nj AA^W^n^ditf, February 26, i960,"   b  ' *   ." ,    '��� ���  ��� 'I urn  ii Tn* hi  iiii ii*'   < 'n 11��   t< ��� i  ���4."s-< -^t^;J>._* I-'���V I Y  >Vi_ ���T"*:<<'' *  ymfflzSmosyOnme \  vS jUaji   /--   -       *      - *       ~:  --v*     * *       '  -,'i'i   .  ��-,' ',*- ?  i, >���>  ii   i i i I,       r  I,      I   . i ���*  ? 4-.. ,y  ���*   . ' -i ��,  ��- + \* *  -*���   >       .   _  !  iMIxed^alb^ij  -rr-  : \::      -   ���by John Hetherington -v  rrl'"!' I >^WENT^r, ships ,await grain (cargoes in/r  '���''*' ���''      C<("y_a���u,ver a���* their crews ar-fe grow-; ...  nig restle^' For _eN sailors'relegated* to, cj  waiting intehglish Bay, .linlike their con.- tr j  -^niporaries "on the ships anchored in tlie   :  inner harbour where - a water taxi t service   \  is' readily available, shore leave comes -'  ���far too seldom.  The distant shore.along  Beach Avenue seems frustrat-ingly <inac-  ,"  cessible.  Ships from nine nations.' swing   --  idly abound their picks waiting for a car-, <  go; their a^ws-hopingiomor^row will have   <  fiieni" active again.  But tomorrow finds ���  them-even-j^ttore restless, still waiting. "'    ,z  '-Some ships, have been ^waiting for al- ��� l  xxvM -*�� month and" a few can claim a wait  of up to seven weeks���a-long time for. a  &fcman tot remain in" a port; and far too,1   ,  long1 when he can't get ashore as often" as{  '  lie-would like. "We'll be madehonourary  citizens of the city it we stay here much-  longer,'mat-e," say a few. ~   \  \   ���   *  * ��  .'But,where wetjjrain is delaying ships  nere, think of the fifteen vessels���-their  anchor1 chains gathering rust���wedged in  theSuez Canal between the Egyptians on  the west bank and the" Israelis on the  east. .Eight different ensigns flutter in the  ���dmmeting desert'heat: four British^ one  Fren<_,' two West German, two Swedish,  two Polish^ one Czech, one Bulgarian, and  one "America���in'the Great Bitter Lake���  "fifteen miles north of Port Taufiq at the  J-"1'.  4r  ii  i   rl  h\  I     l  -   i  I',  1 JT ���>  il  WJMmMSMM.MLM.mMWLSMiM'''   raAHllH    V IlUiiiilJtf J_MnilL * ' *     * Tr   t* ' ~"���������<   "������"p* a T     "Jt- "i*        i     �� '  ^A^ZZ >< ^A ' y i < ' V'; ;' Az^r(4* -'^ .^A^ ; "'-��� <: PR4^TNG;-jKbat,r ttohtog^is^ar-y^ %.%u��-d - /  I___��_��_�� "ffiffl^Bl ^ 'Sm '' |!__kk','J< ^km^imB^       ''"''      J;>��cre8tjon'>��( the, ^SunshinevCoast,' .  i t pVPi^v^r1 **���^?W".-.*���'^ff*^***.*^^ . -:" :< >r ,^& ^f >* ^r'et 'Co^ev :t ii  PAUL^ST^P^RE/MP.WCoastrChil-; ^i^''���'sfi��^'%t(��V-tapa^ '' >.'Ted'Sig6uinJ��� West .Sechelt who has  v    cotin^idrew rnixe^ reac-dh,'^ 7 been1 fishing-faithfully- throughout - the  when he;decla��d,ithaf the phUosophy�� of ; /^/<WWr'p*do r^nchers'not seUmeir.raii- lwinter br0Ught ia foui- Springs weighing  j     estate taxesVis good hi that' 4t, prevents, * dies'' then?," -mterjecte,4, Les (Benjamin,. ^ _.  ���      . 0ft ,_ ^������. ������n���x,��� m,���,  pyramiding of family, ^ealtn acro-^ ,the ' ^ <Npp,^giria-I^ke-Centr4). ^   ���     >-   * --16' ??��I7 ^d 3^f>st recently. Trol-  generations. V   -1    J   ^ �� *", ^V^'^V'.' ^Because they Uke ranching," said St   ling with���- herring he and son .Edward  "Canada haS not suffered from'the lack   ^ofrej '/And because &ey arermore <��ptim-1  landed tho 'two bjg ones on Sunday night,  of a^ockef^eror-a'Dupon^fainily, andi   istfc than, are'honorable members of the   following up Tvith two more on Monfiay  .     I am very. srurerwe.r_ve not suffered fro'm^ *       '*      "  '  'the lack of tHeKrapp family of Germany," ''    "Thei 1-* tew'WGeka have done noth-    -v -���**--' ���  -he said.  '. -  j   ^  Mr: Jack Mercer of. Stone's '������Marina  T ^A^\A. ^*-~���\^" "V **���  -      f^y   /'  >M    ���* -  /'     - ���  7  ���ti  'I ^ i  ���r*   i    ^ '' '   '-      ', . 1  *_ -��������� ��� m fc*~��!*���! ��� ��� ���     m_i���_��� ������!��������� i        HETS��W!  Charter:  ���  ,,---,,       .    .   v��� SV0/0,?^^rfm   ���V*?_ism,'' said Arnold Reports' that on\Friday,' Mr.  Don Pye  ��^I_ber_-jsocii_stic-nonsense,'!'said A. ' *f^_Fs- * V_Sfiren2_5kal_1"_') ������ A-' ^_      limited in one and'a half hours, landing  D. Alkenbrack (Cdniervatiye, Fronitenac-       ,He said .that although the $50,000floor   7^17 27 an<J 22 lb Springs. hig boat was  Lennox andAddington)." , -'        ,'      V 1"1_S !i *u ��J?,^ m lus ��PHuon'1tnat ^    the only one'out that^morningl , v '7 <   I  ia -*v.    ^.' ��  7 '^ V     x4   ���'.-��', r���sit o* thei bill was a, major advance in -    J -,,,,,  7��   .An^er<^rva^Ye,.speakCT,pr-Pa^ noting ��� the, ehmination of all-  B>������*<>~    Yewchuk 9fAthahaska,,said he found on   ^to- sn M^gAf^p -hA+w^ri ihn<i-  .other Wtions^at, "^Member for . .fe^^ ASSftSSBrtS  Coast-Chilcotan, talked hke a Conserva-   ^ fexemptions/for adul^ children,  t.      '%"  -    ��� -       *   "    ,  -'  * Z~ ''<  "'''It Ws, been" vastly improved and-it is  While declaring that the establishment , more just than the present estate tax ieg-  of a class of hereditarily wealthy' families  "dslation."' '-<���      ���  f wohld b^s^.<bail*>for Canada,"'St. Pierre ' . ���, r   t   . v  ' s_d-neW'itexes' will impose some adoUtaoh-   y��!^��Li-w,t-��;*.��/*���-.-.*-��, ',���,.-*;��% -  al burden on small ranchers'and farmers,    community centre grOUp  |He congratulated the Finance Minister Considers pulling plug  Benson on^amending ��� his legisla-fiotf to, SELMA Park'Community Centre held its  pernut fame(.payments as matter of nghV -   Annual--Meeting   Tuesday,' February  to give estatetax payers a choice of new 18titto ^^ offioer^ for ^ ^^^  ea^  or ;old tex-until August 1 of ��x& ye^r, However.due to the apathy on the part of  ���'^J?��!l^?^Jf$^*?*   ^e  -membership/it was^impossible to  which no^estate.taxes,will be,charged. ,,4 .elect a full slate of officers..As,a resulti  | Howeye-Ctie said the floor should have,  alspecial meeting has been called;'for Tues- '  southern ,end"of,the canal���and,another   President   of'' SecheK   arid " EistrM ciation,' Branch  69.    Mr.  EB!  has   -fav-n set atV_inonnft"-rather than -tennnn -  ft^ wr_-j_ "ii+K */v j_Js_T^"-^;'��Va  American, twelve mHes stiU furtfer norttx   BranciiOi-P.O.;ftf fou^years Mxr. worked; extremely h?d for, senipr ~_T1i5^^,^^^aS.   fbS teS-2?iofloglfup^ lV^dV1S"  in. ^nailer Lake- Timsa.  These vessels   HarryHfll congratulates OanohMirito' citizens,over the past four year-? and, ^usetf^V~���rge part by'-"irresponsfbae    -     w,r      ������"^,   ^, ^  ha.ve,been,teapped by sunken ships block-   gwan who is the.firsfc President of Ihe is "a Charter Member bf foe'Assocfa-' "spending" "of ��� many ^governments: ike     - FOR QUICK RESULTS USE TIMES >  newly, formed Senior Citizens Asso-- tion." ��� . -,.*,,"   quoted   B.C.   Agriculture r Department' ADBRIEFS TO SELL. RENT, BUY, ETC  ing both ends of the canal since June, 1967.  Z' A'ship"lying"idle for nineteen months  "is; a, costly, proposition for any company;  inr fact, costly *to the average tune of  $1,100 vper day. -, ������  ^JfWhen it was realized that the ships  .would be interned, indefinitely, the owners sent (their crews home, leaving behind  only the bare minimum necessary to maintain each vessel. Of the original 1,300 men  ��� 'the Great Bitter Lake only 150' remain  to man' the" anchored ships. Every three  to-six months the' individual companies  send out 'men to relieve the skeleton crews  already aboard. There are a few hardy  salts, however, who choose to remain,  rather than be relieved.  .'   , ���  ���  ���  *  : The men of the floating Bitter Lake  hamlet share a common bond that crumbles such petty barriers as nationality and  polMcaTbeliefs. Men from eight countries  gp��� about identical daily routines. The  pattern is unchanging; they are the keep-  ,ere of the ships isolated from the rest of  the world." So it;is pot surprising that  they- would join together in a fraternity  founded on grounds of mutual interest and  understanding.  ; Out of the Middle East crisis comes  the,establishment bf the Great Bitter Lake  Association���membership exclusive to  only those sailors who have served in thfe  Suez-stranded _hips.! On��; ship has adopted the role as "club'room^an^ .every Sunday the" men of -the-G&LA leave vtheir  ships ; and, congregate^Taboard the West  German motor vessel ^Nordwted, Captain  Gerhardt Lomar, for a day of relaxation  and.relief from the predictable certainty  of their weekday routine. Beer flows  abundantly and enjoyment is profound!  For the American merchantman, Ob-*  server, in Lake Timsa, Sundays mean a  leisurely two hours putt-putting down the  canal in the motor lifeboat to reach Nord-  Wind.  Once a month the GBLA holds a regatta of ship's lifeboats. Included in the  festivities are swimming and water polo,  high jumping and weight lifting, deck  soccer and rifle shooting.  The eight nationalities get along marvellously.   Every evening the crew of a  different ship plays dinner host to tho  other sailors in the lake.  i ���  ��  #  Several reefer ships form part of the  assemblage of foreign tonnage in the canaL  and cargoes of Australian meat and eggs  that have sat in their holds for so long are  liable to perish if refrigerating plants are  not kept in good working order. For this  I purpose, -necessary parts that break down  are replaced by borrowing duplicates from  other ships. And one ship, the 10,000-ton  American steamship African Glen, has  adopted the rolo of machinery supply depot, giving parts of her own powetf plant  to those ships who need them���to get the  ���Glen operating when the canal is eventually cleared, parts will have to be flown  in to,replace those borrowed.  Every so often the crews Willi weigh  anchor and,stcanx their ships around the  Jake just to keep the machinery turning  over. But generally it is simply a matter  of, listening to the Arnbsnndlsrnella hurl  lethal insults at each other across tho  canal, and wait for the tons of shipping to  bti scooped from tho bottom and the canal  reopened. '  Wlicn n crew is relieved in tlio Bitter  I_ko a party ia thrown by the GBLA as a  parting salute to their homeward bound  comrades. One can only imagine tho emotional involvement and vital participation  of the sailors at their final gathering when  t-hc last remnant of the Suez Canal block-  nd�� is removed and the fifteen ships from  eight nations finally leave their prison of  sand and sea, and with whistles hoai-scly  phoutlng farewell, sail away, each to their  own purpose . . . pass the bottle!  -     SINGER     t  'DEAl-H '    ���  WE SERVICE ALL MAKES;  :      OF MACHINES \  -1  For, Evening Service  before 5 nam.  ', :  *- ) - i    1"      '  FREE .ESTIMATES  Frank. Weimer '  ISC  Q  ��� SECHELT' THEATRE  ���   PRESENTS .���  40 GUMS TO  APACHE PASS  STARRING���  Audia Murphy, Lorolno SlcphcnJ  Cartoon ond Doublo  Technicolor  Starts 8 p.m. Out 10 !>���"�����.  Friday, Saturday, Monday,,  -" febnmry 2% ��� March ������>������ ���������! ���%-���  Sill COFFE S^!^  Grape! rait Jy ic�� G_tt7a o���. m**  -_.l!2L~im JI.EIti.J'    8 ox. ���    __jfor  STRAWBERRIES ����:Ga,��  SPWte����_i_  m  ��� m  Hi  i  to  ��  !  |.|��w(��^J��ti*l *m (��l ,*( il| ��������� *u,-


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