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Array '���>i��, ^%-i,*^%;v>v^vVvv\Vv>V  r   "-  Utopia seekers . . .  WeaV Canadian Graphic Industries; t��tdt��  -  Wb *ies-$ 5-fcb AyeM       , ^nrrrr^  -.?**�� c|��flM  {teii|istrqtipn No; 1142  HEATED protest by Mayo- Bd". ^waitl  followed aji objootiop, at last Regional  Boaid meeting , by duector Cliff Thorold  to two pioposed pip]octs m the West  Sechelt aiea.  Bo|h a ipar uia * pi oject and a trade* -  lesort Jjomplex weie condomned by dirt  ectoi Thorold who did not feel a sea wajl  in fiont of the Wakefield Inn piopcrty  would be good loi the aiea He also 1'ejt  the seven acie piopcrty, under development at, a lesort area befoio the ��jonin,g  bylaw, should be kept as 1 evidential  Mayoi Swain asked w^s it the intention to keep everything out of the-area  "are we out to create some, k'nd of U|io-  phia for ourselves and keep everyone p\se  out?" he asked. He added that tourism  is one of our big industries upon which  our economy depends to a large" extent  "we can't just go along locking ourselves  iti our own little backyards, ��� we -have' to  provide facilities for" the - tourists," he  added. - "  Discossion oh the' proposed " trailer  park-resort followed reading of a letter  from solicitors acting for the developer  Mi-j A- Costellp pointing to the fact that.  WINNERS  The Peninsua Times Bazaar of Valu'es  corttest has now ended, the last two lucky  winners being Mrs. .Joyce FarevTeTT of  West'Sechelt who won $20. The-final  winner of the grand $100 prize is Mrs.  Banche  Horsman   of Jipchelt.  TRIBUTE  Beautiful floYal decoration provided  the Secliet and District Chamber of Commerce . recent dinner meeting ���-by Ann  Lynne Fonsts was presented Hon. Dan  Campbell for his wife. The Minister in  lur.n drove lo. St. Marys Hospital and  asked that it be given the eldest lady  patient, or the newest  motljer.  thP property was actuary dually under'  com*V|pi cia J use. at ljte tUT"-*2 the zoning '  bylaw was insiUutefl.  T|\e jetter standi in pait: "Under  zoning bylaw 35 of \\\e gi-nsh-nc Coast  Reg-pniil District .the use fpi which the  land*- apd premies aie zoned js lesjden- \  tial *l, although the actual use since our  clients qcqtiiied the prppeity in 1066 has  been loi commercial pui poses: firstly as  a sawipill and presently as a proposed  liai'ei paik There is no question that  pnoi to and at the time of the said bylaw  becoming effective, which WP are ady'"^  was 2|t[( August 1P7Q, "our'"-plIeiH's use  pf the lauds and premises was aVaU tirnes;  a" lawful use."  In early ApnJ WO Mr ���Costellq  formulated plans for developing a trailer  court aud was told bp tWP re��ppn'"i"qlg  representatives of thp Regional Ristript  that there were no restrictions pr QhJeCtt  lions- to such a development. The tpedl-  cjij health officer lajso approved .o|..t|ie  proposals and subsequently p|ans for sewage disposal for the trailer park were approved and a permit issued- Mr. Costello  then proceeded with plans fpr the development. "  Considerable wPrk has been carried  oilt on the project but -Mi]. Costello received'a letter dated March1 "15th 1071 from  the building inspeplor infqrihing him that  his plans for remodelling, altering and em  larging the fibo dwellings on the property would have to be dealt with pur-  suent to Section 705 (3) of the Municipal  Act. ''.������"  Mr, CosteJIo's  solicitors contend  that ���  as us.e of the lands and premises, including  the  existing buildings  as  a   trailer  park,, was a lawful  use at  the  time oft  adoption of the Zoning .Bylaw within  the meaning of Sectiojn 705 (1) and ~(2) of  the Municipal Act, and that accordingly,  such use mayj be-continued as provided  in the Act.  Administrator Charles Gooding informed, the Board that planner Ed Guylils  has made recommendations to the Planning Committee in respect lo the situation. However, it was moved both solicitor's letter and recommendation be  turned over to the Planning Committee  for further study.  Scr/v|ng 'he 5up-,hJnQ Coqst, (Hityp Soqnd tot Jervis*Inlet), including Perl Mc|lon, HPpKiO** Uan^riS- *5r*"nthoms Lqndina, Grbsoris, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Grjspk, Sclmci Pqrjc,'SdcflPUr, Hqlfq-opr- Bgy< Spcrct Coyc, pepdpr Hflr|-tQU,r( fVHpirg fpfk, K|clndqle", Irvine's Lqndrng, Earl Cove, Egrnonr  -,!  Union -"-*"**�� Lqhe|  HAR$E$T ClRqUUT^PN OF. AHY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  ' ~4    _____ thjs Issue 12 Pages ��� 12c  VolMme 8, No. 23 : WEPNESPAYtJUNE 9,1971  ' 5  \'  *���  Minister Visits "  members, gtjests    ^i)d * presidenl of the Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce, Larry Labonte. From  left: GepVge Play,) yipe president  Ipoug Wheeler, JHfon. Dart uarrjipbeJ!,  tarry Labonte, I\l a y o'r Peterson,  president Joe Benner .and Mayor  Bill Swain. ��� ' ,   ���   "  About fifty  wives turned out last Saturday -to a  d]nrie.r meeting of the Sechblt #**���$  District .- C. ti a m b e r of Commerce  which ^was attended \>y JVfunlcipai Affairs Minisief Hon. Dan Oampbeli aii  guest speaker- Guests inci-jded M'��y-  or Wally petersph of. Gibsons and  Hon, Dan Campbell . . .  Inspector reports .  SPEAKING at a meeting pf the Sechelt - like lo see more seminars wjth. lliis. pur-  New annex opened ,-,. .  1 ���' "��� "������ ������������������������"������.'������������������.'���iii ���������������-.""*?' '"* "���������^������������ ��� '���"��� ���  Chief Henry Paull compares  schooling present arid past  SECHKLT Elementary Schools' new  annex opened officially on Thursday  cvining when senior student Darcy  Slopbanson cut (lib ccicmonial itbbob  bet orb 11 vaH,l ciowd ol itudurilt., paicptij  mi* Yi'-llOl'i'  Dincy   compiclcul   i|m (pui atppny   by  piescnting a synrbolhc golden key which  will open up thc'woild  of cducullon hi  younger students who were i-eprpsentcd  hy Luaii Jeffries und George Lizee.  Decoratipirs of I'lpo and gold, i!xhib,jtK,  ilispjuys'.of art'work"and science projects  ���lit-iiionsli'atofl    that    sludtints    aro    very  proud of then- now sc-hno) and  waptpd'  oyuryonu, to know  thaP-it-Hs1 being user.)  fr.i||y and effectively.  ��� School. Frj-iuipul Sam Hold explained  Ibu.npui) urea (;oi)|:upl which is incui'r  I'inratefl jp the now building .and allows  for groHlpr I'roudoin upd a inoi-c roluxcd  Icucblng, situation. AI��o housed ,-in |ho  open 'iro-i is the jljirury and rcso|i|-co  cu'nii-o, Edi|i:nlif)ii tclcvi'slop and library  office arc housed in ���-sound-proof i-oopis.  H|H!c|ii|   provisini)   is   made   for   science,  niiiiiii! and arl prognrfiiincs in ihi'co woll  oipiipppcl  i.-liissrooniK,  The  liirildin/'  which  in -very  iiiinloro  ��� on' thu oiitfildi; Iuih a iiio.sl filli'iictivo )n-  locloi' w|lb K|iii<:|tiiin foyor designed to hold  Incl'-r.TK,   ripci.Ullg   llllo ' Iho   i.urpctorl   alld  well lit open uroii,  Coii)iiioi)l)ii��   on   lire   iiilnifMlvo' how  bpjhliOli Chlof Homy l��nti'|l H|.ld l|)u|, ifln-  <l--iiin wl|l rogroi, liildng a niiiipi)f"r nmuHH,  He spoke of his own school days which  commenced at 5 a m with wopd cutting,  milking cows, feeding pigs and" picking  up eggs apd (hep chapel set vice before  Jessripfa eoir-fflOpccd.  A") fsHP'iHjjw ��r H)P Mi'cidna wus  |Sch��5p| poi-rd pjiliiii'i-irt Mr-f/^lipilii K|t-  -,01) who Introduced Ifloop who h*"d  worked on the project including foipior  J^paid Chiprpiau Mr- Drju^las, the aicjn-  tcct apd Bmldipg jSupeiyiboi Hob Hul-  ' ler.  Entertainment. ,was provided by thp  School Choir upr|er the direction of Miss  Holiyil- Eriwuta, .singjng a selection' from  ijie imusiciil Oliver and (ending with tho  beautiful 'Welsh ni.olody "AU Through  The Night," . ���  ' v  .     Looking    very -   liltriictivo    in.   tJ-e|r  coloprfu)  new  uniforips with  foptlicred  lieaddrcsH, inoipbers of |.lib facphcll Itcsi-  ' dunce  Ipdimi  B;apd under the dlrpptipn  of  |i"��lhpr  Punlop   played  oxcpp||onaily  wpl|  apd  piot  with 'dolighlpri   appjausu.  They w|j| bo soon  ho Hoibi' on ap ok-  lopdpd  lour 0/  the Province upd  ipan'V  t prppuiUlioiiN uyn iii)(|orwiiy for ||io |riu'r.  'Thoy liuvd two colour pip't-ics cucli hearing I hicu fags mid a lotppi 'polo ���ii)')' tho  drunV, hiiYt! 'been  cspcpially paipt^d  by"  Ib'othor Mncpiinir|rl wb'i has.been vlsilhhJ  $<;ci)l<i|t' rpcpnl |y, ,(k    '  I'^llowlng Uio t"|-lorl,ii|||J!.-bi-,(, vlsl|orn  timr<!i| Mid pew bullrllng, which Is a viihI,  (ippruyornont ovci,- the' poriublo i-|ihjh-  rooniH which M ioj-Iiicoh, ,       ,    ,     ,  IN HIS report presented af lasjt meeting  of the ttegionaHBpat-d, building inspector Fred Rayburn commented on thp fact  that counter wpr|iload has nol dPPrpaspd  with the new policy of building applications being checked by the plannpj- and,  in fact, it has added to the time to process  a pcimil * ,  Mi Beybuin's lepoit showed a sloady  incicasc of building in the dislnct with a  substantial incioasc in�� May ovei Apiitr  ApnJ figures weie; Tptal of 22 permits  ovei a 22 woik day period to the amount  uf $74,500. May showed a total of 25  permits foi tjie first 13 work days of thc  month fo a  vajue of $107,201).  WATER   REPORT  upiicanon  to light and in his report; - the planner,  Ed Cuylits, pointed but that a number of  community  groups   have  formed  zoning  and District Chamber of Commerce  lasl weekend. Municipal Affairs Minister,  Hon. Da*i Campbell advised his listeners  lhat onus rests with them and .the public  as to the type of people elected to public  office. He was speaking specifically in  regard to thc Regional Board. '  The Minister pointed lo thc fact that  many j.d those who criticize people in  office never attempt to nominate candidates to represent them or- even get out  study - committees. Many  onquirips- have   . 9pd vole. He .quoted tl^ca^p of 0 Regjpn  been rece'vpd regarding commercial zoning and a number of rezoning applications  may be expected for commerpial uses  within' the pear futurp- " *  One such request concernint- the JWcJ-  ��ome Beacti Cprfimunify HslU t-i'use when  extension of the h"}l| as a Cpntenniat project was haitpd hJ* \\\9.. planner dpp ip tlie  fact it hjid hpei*^I p)acpd jp^ a residential  1 aiea with the Zoning Bylu'w- This, in  effect, mpans that a poipmeicial building  in cxiblente before zoping hut zopc4 bow  witlpp a ipsidcptial *. area it1 \y\ the post-  -���w.-w-w.**-* *��*��;�� -glno^V^ir &ff * $&  t epprted Ploypi) ��pw,cuu-|eplions iii  Jppn TjiptAr .p{-pfs.h*"Vp bricp pd*lc*\ to (ijie  gepp".i|| wp|oj- i,ystpm. New muin ot  SclmU Park hps been completed at a cost  of $17,000 apd hydrants arc opclalive  It wijs planned to pinko the conncc-  tipi-i to thc.maiii'i Ipiadipg'tp S,cchp|t- ||ie  first week pf Jiipp' ti>iis"'jnc'reasj-"-g pressure for both SpchpH apd yfpsi, *��pchp|t.  The :W|l')9p Prp-1!' .Iwl-cr ��� l)M,P*f'P '?l'��--  tiop is now working efficiently aiidpips-  siircs hi Ipe GowPr Paipf arcp cap bu  ipaititaippd of an adcq|ur|p level.    'J  '���CppiijirMCtlon pf  I lie  I^ipgdplo pxlcn-  ,s|op was sehcdiilcd to start .Tunc ls|, with ���  the ipainU ulobg  l|Vp Port Mellon )d|.*l"-  way, ��s fi first slagn.  Although wltliip t|io village pi' Socholt, ivfr. Tpd Osborne hud |o spok i��p-  P!*ovJd of" 0 water-f-yslpip, for his subdivision a| Wcsi, Porpoise Bay. lyh'. Dix-  op reported Dial. I|)is upprtival has been  ���Kru|ilc,d.  Mpre wilcr pxlopulnii is pluiiped fin  t|TP Roberts Crpck arci'i' where irdovejop-  .piont bus made a doposil to cnnsii-iici lofii),.  fpol. of pew .inaipn. "I'Mlin/'s h��vu boon  ordered find, wpri' wil) coipiiiopi-o op coiri-  plptlon of Ijio Uuigdiile pyojecl,  I^AHIfltfcs  JV|ipiy ,f)tiytn Ip' Iho  l|imt||y  i.-opcoivcil  ���"PPJPK- iipd plfippipg |"y|aw�� urn i:ripiii)/(  aPBoard director whoi" was" vQted"in 'nine  to six  "and this was  from  an electoral  roll of 500" he said. He added that unless people get out and seek responsible  representatives then we will not have the  de'moirrattcr'STsl^lT'we expect to getT"Almost   every   week   by   office   receives  a  hundred or so letters of complaint about  councils br i-cgipnal boards bul "it is 'imr  possible   to   govern   the   province   from  Victoi/iu and 1 do not feci  thc Mb"i.stci  of  Municipal Affaus should be Council  ap4 geneial ndm.ipistiulion of BC"   H^e  added "it bi|s been sp|'-i!cstcd t)ia|. tteg-  1u11.fi #ouids will cvcniuJ-Uy take pvut-  down. .    I,-  At liiht ii|cctin/-{ of thc-^Otifd tinco  1 endings!wejo tfiyep a bylaw to ipj-ono the  bill)   Th|s p��rypd thp way far, a puh.hp . .  hcaifng Jppp 7|h at die Pominphi y'fcnlJ.    ^c��>f,��/'"l Rwtrjcts- arc spt up to lakp pp  A fund, rcqdipg wijl he gjvop at'iinqtiiav    fupctipns previously unavidlablc  In  un-  ���"    '"���'���" "       ' ��� '"���' organized areas apd opart ffoip tlpit thpy  have no other purpose."  Muypr Bill Swu;in tfi)d Miv Caippbpll  Unit u Jot of, disKciision exists in the area  regarding high pout ot regional wider apd _  also rpf.(ii|-il|ng lhe proposed .gr'ivol'pppr--"  nlion, at the samp Ihpu tic roiiljzo'i it |��  gorjd that 'people aru  n|i|o  to gel soipo  of the laoiljlieii ihey peed, However, vnry'���  ninny   iiuoplp  um  hot'tilp   lo  the  Ronrd  dpp, In t|ic hfgh cost of water and, In |iii',  viow,   there  must ' surely   have   been   a  simpler  way of obtaining  water,  "Genera! upipiop Kooni-i to bu Ihul. wc need  a   Regional District  like  we do  a hole  hi tlio head," he, udd-id,,  Mayor Swain ii|ko. oxprosmid Ibo viow  Ihal he feels the llmo might ennic wlicii  tho T'oiird will lulu: over Iron) Couupilii.  TIiIn,  he  siild,  would  be  fine;. but   Iho  Boiinl dp-ci.'lpi'ri nro pco|)k.' fiom rill wnlkii  -of lifp mid would .M.'om l'i re'ipiri! |'iiid-  "llll'l.'O. ' " ' ( ,'     ' '    ',,..  Mr, Campbell agreed  thai  ho  would  ppse in mipd however, -*1 wpuld like to  see them change their outiPpk hot- adopt  the concept oi' "us and thpm-'. He said  he knows of one "local director who af-  tpncled a seminar and came back with this  attitude.  "Some   districts, are   pvorstatfed .and ,  ���arc  staffing  as   though 'there  is  110  U��- -.,.  morrow. This  might and  plight not bp  onp-of tbosp,' in any case thp whplp thipg  is it is up to ypu," he said, "Further, }t   *  was   suggested   to   trip   that   the   -Board  should employ a water epgjnepr. I told  them^lhere was po need for such n thing.  Another sought to employ a bapteripioiii'it.  They must be out pf their tree," hp commented, ��'.','  Other cppipljiints -mode- to thp IVlih-  -  ister included updpsirability of a gi-ftypl  operation at. Selrpa Pork; pon'dUipn' pi-  Highway ipi which is the samp' today  as 'it was twenty "years ago.' l^inancp"pn'd.  the present lax structpre, partipplarly in  lel-ifiop. tp I'qupr apd\gasqjinc."' y/liilp '  those a.rp not pnder' the dppriijiept "pf:  ti"-ifM&pj��hp;^  eopiplgplti ?;$$$.. 1ip^\^^^at^^^\^.  '^wmft'' -"---*----������'-���'-���-"���������"���  - Cboiixiq  \  {ii  J.-.HI  Bpaj-d incplipg,  Bottle-drive assists  swim-classes project  PAR1SNTS at Pondc;' Harbour plai) a  hofllp drive for June 11/12, la as a'  fund raising project in order to finance  thp anpu'i! "swiin clasneK,  ��� . ClnuHcs run over a nix'week period  and nro siipei'vlsod. by a .Rod .Cromi In-  slruclor. The uvunt, hiin proved" a great  ���iucpoH in Ihu past 'iipd yoiipgstorii liikiiig  udyiinliigp of. Iho cIiikhoh increase ouch  your, l.nsl, year soniu sixty-tyvp parlici-  paled. ,        ,    ,  , C|uniri"H will be held iii Jwn lociilions,  Giirdon Buy I.nko (Gjirden Bay 'nldo)niid  at Canoe, Push, J'iirgiiii) Ihirbour. Anyono  roiitiirlnii |'i" 'pink'up "of liolllen mlnli! cull  Mrii,  Arilillii ul ����!MJl|'l��, Madpiri' Park  or Mrs. t|i'��inpnr��ii HI)H-|-'/<1l) Uartlon Bay  Mayor states , �� .  * ' !    ' '      I I ' ,        I ' ' 'l"    ' > (    ill '     ���   '    ,      ��� .    "1 ' t    '  Board in financial straits  seeking .all funds possible  , PlilSriTW nn ngreoiDiipl ninde Iwo yearn  ago between lljn Siiiiho|l (!iiuni:|l'iiii<l  llni Roglopiil Bi-ni'd for llx: iiko of iljo  flgon- of Jun ilullui;! lur oneb IimIIiIIiih  Rofdonnl riullillng huipnclor at lhe n'-med  pef'UlH   prommHorl,   Ibo   lln/pnniil   Iflpjiinre  '������^.prpimrlvrrhmv^ivnhiid^prpr^  1 upd foj'ln.,11 Ipui liml Ihu Hill) ';dno of Ihu    on   "'  , " Reporl by the ' !'li)nni;i.' (!oii)i))|||i:i),  n|fp)i;rl by lllrneior L'Tiuilv Went-im CIpMr-  'ppill of lln: I'limmilli:!:, wan rninl,, hi purl,  nl 'liml  ('uuiicil  iim'dIIiih /ilnli.-il;  The Mpiiiico coiupijlii'ii furi|n)i' i.'on-  (i)i|i:n:il ||)i; oKii.l'illl' l,'()l)lnnM wllli Hie  vlllnun ot Hecbi.'H for pioyliilon ol hull-jinn- llifipeelloii McrvlcifH, The eon I rue I  wlpi-h wim iirinli? in- HH)II 00 101 i;?<pi.��ri��  IllOplir) hiinlli 'lor olio year, exloiiilaliirt  from yelir In -"enr It nut liii-niuiiiijyi^wilh  liiivn iiiodIIim' police, . him proven very  illNHilvinilii/tei/un In Ipe Dli-lilct will) Hid  iminli,'|pu|jly hot only '<nv|n'< tbeon.i-lvim  the einploymenl of'0 Huililinn lonpeeiiir  ln/1 obbilplipi, pi our o-illiuoUuii, 11 /ipr.^  hiiipjim Iron) ipe pe|'iuMn, nor iplinlnlii-  Irniiof)  f'r.'piiriii   ibid   Hm,'  j/inpeeior  hnn  . lo diii/ol'> ������ eniiiiiiluMiblu tin ui un, pm oil li.  lor Hie miip|e|pi|l|l,v','ll|H /l)aJor"pihl of  t)d��  i'-.f  lo hv  I11111111  by, ibo   olei.loiiil  iiri-fiii, "  i.imiii biiiiin m llif) olhor eeelol'iil ai'eiin,  "II u|leri)iil|vi! di}. In eleeleil, lhn i:ud-  Irin.'l to be eoiiliiiin'hl o|i lip apiiuul b<rxl'<  i.'��eepl If leriiu/inleil with n Hirer.1 uhiiiIIiii'  police. Ill eniio of (h)'uiilll Ihu Vlllii|(ii-of  ���Kcl-wliilcwi fpy oiAU'UA uponUm >hm  l/Hli iho Mu-iNhli-u iio\Q\,.UH'wrly Ui��  Hi. Muiy'H ||(-t-|)ll.nl pi, l.iwHm IH��y,  will J)nvo fourloiMl KiK'Mt roomu Mild  dltiidii ladliUuti far far\y. Qmwn,  s     1     i      ���     "  opoiiino Shortly  Pduw lludNoi? and I'un} Vorry ��p-  prcuiulji-g Ihtj giMul, j��u|<:dliu) (4 Die  tirup lH'|��u '*> priMAp PimmnUiiA pc-  coli)i*i<pia-lloii wilh   parllcului' [am*  l)\mn}n upo}! t>iwm.mi mid M'lwifat."  lions, .Tlio ��|��� JVJurv'H Qwt% Ml,  wm Iwllt >p WAQ. Wlial. wm pmlmhly  Ijiu loiisl Norvlvo wiih liidd fp I), luul  fptpdoy, |1 in' ��x|)0(;|ji;d |o uvwpluully  farm j)uft <4 If-d U*tfa\ |)*P)uctf  '���K  ."Wu,, l||i;r<'lo|i), r��:eiipil)ieiu��l 1 to |be  I)i|iiii| ihal llni Hei'iebuy bo b)nlineleil  iff-fnunrt-nrlcTtrrii���of*tfTrntnnn***^"tr7''��/rrfiri-*-ft-'  r.Viooi.ii wjdi 'h�� piMp��w��l tliut ihu win*  IrlliiiD^n,- pf Heeliell to the' Hu||<)lpH h)-  upeellon iidi'vIii} be either; <  Ui) n flni hint) of $1,1)00, pluu &jh", for  ������uell |ip|ld|)pii perpllt Jwiied, per yeai'j py  ,     Ib) .)o)i)�� Ipe  Mu/pnoiil J)l(lf|et |p  dp-  fpt*i.'lio-- lit Wuildiuu '}tiup*)*.*hm ui> Mf|��  "** t  l^eebell  given, Hpee nroolbii' nollee lo Hie  ;tt|iiT-t-HMMl;r,l''t'Miul~.wf^h'  my 'liippuy Ip purHelpale in lhe IiiiidIIuii  .|aiU.-vi|l-��iippi*liil.4hiihuowii-hiii'|illii-4-hi��*.  ilii'innu'y frllin."  "Tbe   new   eoiilrnel   woulil   begin   on  /ipeelorirle. '*"  M/i.vor   Hill  Hwnii'i   told   nn   ininii<eil  Count;!) ."ijilij In Wei.l or hlii' eopipiilleu'  nnd  in I'lnipiy  rei'oiiiiDondiiHonii' lo  the  MoiikI.'  Aldeiiinm Hun Lung nuked how many  ^44w^;ei-l)iinii,bi thi> Villii|iii me eiinleil out  ii yeiu, h.v,Hi" liiiipeelor'/ <.!),'!/1' Toil 'Hoy-  pel- leplerl thai I|)d iriliiDgepiiml -Iiiiii ||l:e)|  $UI pel' ipnpeclJoii whlel) iiieium llinl nuine  liu.pi rlliDin bike up more Unin Hum  niiiiiii., He added Ihal revenue fioip per-  imUm In nul  /oi'iil, <  Aid. liiiDp i.'tri.'Mii.il tbe bii'l Hint ll)<*  Village in p) no wuy pblli'i'il-lo ipe Mntinl  mid no|!|ienled u mimlirl  nl wi'll i|iiu|)l|nl  .iliipeeHooi,,        , 'i  Mriym   ''uupn .i(;ii'cil  .onl  lopimeolit,!)  "Upi lluii/'il ;if. pi I'jniipt'hil i.irullfi (ii)dln  hioldpit.lor every dolliir )< m��| Iind,"  Abi, Noliiup Dxpiewii'ti Iho view Hint  pinny "Vfit.i-,pc"~-i,pf,pwt|pnr"''Tn\*pfvr'":pnfy  ��.iii-|iM�� l�� ninl hJitdi! uli-inHut ul. '.'bniiK'.M  whhh enjl.for �� inlplmupi of l|ipo.|p J/1-  Kpeellop,  Jt w��/< ��i|H/jeiai.'il by Mayor tiwtihi ib.it  IP) Ipylhny mdhip be hi|w.-p ipilll )|. In  p-iirned w|pd> l|ie Hourd propwe-i lij tip  /ibpi-t Ij-ij yitirippupipdiiLiiPpu,  '  Pa|pphp|J pxt-re��sef7 flip fipjiiipp ||uij, |)*py  shpu|d idsp huyp tliq pppprtupify tp ppf-  chnse bonds sold lo fiipptep local pi-ojpets.  Applying fo'i*j||-.'!ons'Clian^i!ipr of Gpip- -  merce Prp.siden|. l\*ir. Liiii-j-y Liipop'tc's  epipipenl that Vic|o|-ia slipu|d' pot go  lo New Yoilt |o raise pioncy, Mr. Pfupp-  bpl| said lliir't British ���Poluiublu has pp|.  sokLr;|ebcpUirp'iJo ll|e.Uni|ed Stalea shipp,  iiw.       '*' ' '���������"; .',"'-"r-  Last service condiicteft  tram Ggrden Bay Church  WJTH the utile, of tl)e old $!, Mary's ijc-s-  pi|n|   ill." pardei)   Ri|y,   the.-'Apglipuu'  service  held   ip  SI.  Mary's  Chprcb   flir  June (jib wiih prnh'ilijy Hie lust ejipreh  ticrvlce- evpr to lie 'Iie|rl there, Appfopri-'  ulely enopgh',   it  wun.,lbe  Rev,   Gipipp  ���Ahip Chocpe wl)o((:0)i(|uejcd tl]o service,  J'i)r jl wiih lie who'.fli.rpplod.'Jho lH|il,'!)iiH  ol t||e chu red  hael'   ip   lir,Pl upd slneo  Pendor !'iir|-ou'r wiih bin liaiie; pf'ppera-'  lionii diu-hig iiiu yrjors nit iiiiperlntiindeiil,  of lhe tli|liiiiib|n Cpnid. 'M.ii'i'|oi), Ip: had  offleinleil  nl   11 piny 'of  l-lpi iierv)een ||e|il  there,   h)i:|iollii/(  i)iiiiiei'onn  (.'hiinlonipjiii,  pifirrpiges liprl fipieral uerviceii!  Tin; i;|i|in.-|i wan hnlll, ns a ipcinnriirl lo  l''.riieiil Hugor/-, unh pf Mil., Uoiijiiinlp. T|p-  gloy K'ogoiu' wlip wii/j (Iriiwiiefl off dupo  C'obui'P ip hln liiiilpi/t ,ym;li|, Tlie nrebileel  wim, (��, T, Shurp und fpreinirn iff con-  iiliuc;||pp wna l|, II,'llirypii, n'|'p|i| liiffipfl  'no) I lur whb InUl eoimlr'ur.'leil pinny Imi <l-  hi/<n for Iho (..Joliiinhlii Coiml Mlwtlon. T||o  lehhrr;)) wn/i bujll elfine lo Hie ((oupilnl pf)  piopelly , lw|oi)|(|i)g lo the Co|un)bin;  'Consl ryilmdoiij Ari'Jililnhnp. de Pepeier  1 hid len I e.i I 'Hi, Mnly'ii ('l|iin!p on Novpip.-  bei- lilli Hl'lf) mul lodueled 1111 lay read.  eld Ip', KelHiitloliiinloi), Mr. P, P, MMeheH  "'^rntf'-Mi"r*'Hen'"I"irn-W''i-^'-"-"','"-'"'*-"-���*"^"-T--'""*'-^^  r-l  A,  %'i  Ad-Brleh  point,  lhe way  lo action!  In. Today's Qcissiiiod:-  IV"  MOV"'' hiiin, mi, eleelile pot   wiiler  Imller -H) gl��, W, I'VI|{, 13D lb, lri'i,wr,  ���' '1 linen f.lov.jlluilk iiioiI) uviii 'J,UHl liuinwsi  (10,000 rWlwrt.), '   .  luillll-bllilduilt Wu|.,.-llbll|.-.l,U.i;.l|.),y-.l|llt.,I.Ui:h..��� ��-->r-i---"--/-i ,,-,---.,- -*--. ,-,r��m~-i-�� ���....,...:���  .1 '    '      I     ��� .      ��   l/liiei C|in.ui|/i:i//i ijii IHIO llm Iiiiiiw , 1. ,  Pol im lovvii.'., /.Iinr'ili. ui pi loIv��|Ii>. ]  *   li'ini';, CloLLllicilu me lew-i.w;,l, biijh pelunt.)/  Ml|r�� loplf.i.,  Phone 005-9654  IJ0GIJ Op?*) ��mttti  ^odlln��b If tytMaylsm  Phom fjiioji npw S^n'j'jy/ ,t��|f>f��Ml**A   ~ ' '       mt' - ���'��� fe^Af ^ R|At ISTATrIc^) -,y      WAL ESTATE (qontinH^J . ftIM ESTATE (Com.) !        ##& JW <CM��imi0 ���      BOATS W��! N&" ��?o*WL >��P* *AM# '4MIM  *)  T��BPENmSU*^^fW^ 5eche^ - Phone 885-96JS4  Cipss'Ned  fjntvuimimf\000rm00W*n0��000V0Q0imim*00<00*��r0uvnn^  6536-29  Published Wednesdays bv  Poyvell Bivsr News Town Crier  "echeltTirnes l-'d.  of Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963,  Memtier, AMd)t Biireou  dt Circulations  September 30, 1970  Gross Circulfitioiv 292Q  pgid Circulotipn ?446__��  __  ��� As filed wit*T the $odit Burequ  of Circulation, subject to audit,  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-pne Ap-Priefs (12 wards)  Ope   Ipsertipn, $100  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 waftis) r__L.20c  (This rate does pot apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Niimbers 10c extra  50c Book-Keepinp charge is added  for Ad-Briefs pot paid by  publication date.  Legal  or f\eodei'  advertising   35  $er caiint line.  Subscription Rates?-.  By" Maiir      *  Local Area $6,00 y��.  Outside Local Area .��7,00 yr,  U.S.A. S9.Q0 yr.  WORK WANTIP (Cont)  ��� \VE QFJPER a toraplete tree  service to tbe entire* Spn-  shipe Cpast. Qw.it work is insured and expertly perioim-  etl. Phone for free estimates.  Peerless Tree Services. Phone  885-2109. 6258-tfn  EXPERIENCED drywall acop-  stic $s textured ceilings, now  Jn  Gibsons  area and serving  ' The Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fa.st  service. Phone  G  &  W  Prywall, 884-5315.        4208-tfp-  COMPLETE   landscaping   service. Gardenipg, lawn care,  fencing. By contract. Ph. 886-  712(1 or 886-2717. 6316-tfn  IDEAL -bachelpi!   pad '6'v   for    WEST   Sechelt   cl\oice   ���vie\v   g^RNER lot for side ai Sfel-  eopple. 500' of economical property, cleared and 'ready  house ip jts green bower. 250- to p\n\d. Phone ��85-2087.  deep apd rpom i'pr'liveslapk.  unfinished hu\ lived" in. Tax  would be $1 after grant. Pi-  rectly above Roberts Gieek  Legion Suggest reasonable  deal and its yours.       6526-28  HEI.P WANTED  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local Area-._  Canada J--^  By Corrler;-^;......",���.:.,,..  .$10,00  yr.   $3.50  .���ji^Oc rno.  jr��wVMf ""  ���eppyrigfif ��� md/.9f :.i?r|per'y rights  subsists in Pll displgy advertising  qrjcl  other,, materfqlpppearmg   in  . this edition pf the Sechelt Renin--  .  sola' ���'T'm.'e*'.-   Permi'-i'ipn .to   reproduce tyvriplly pr fin:pgrt and ip  any form iWoPtsopv-sr.  particularly  - by a photographic pf offset process  ip a ppb)icatJ9n,:'ri''-'t I?'- pbtqjped  ��� jn writir-g'/rprfi the publisher. Any -'  prrguthpriized reproduction will be ��  sujfeject-   to . recourse   jp    law.  BIRTHS  ~~GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .  ,  .Is  pleased  to  sponsor this  Birth  Announpement  space,  and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  ' pgr*-#��->  ., HEN.DSRS.QN-.���-"Q pug and -  Tina Henderson are happy  to announce -the birth of a  son, Jesse "-Jathaniel Bedford  Forest Henderson, at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, June  1st 1971. 7 lbs, 3 0zs. A bother  for Sarah-       " 6550-28  OF THANKS  WE wish to offer pur sincere  thanks to all those who offeree} assistance to us, 'follow-"  tpg tt>e'.repent toss pf our horpe  by fire. Many tjiEinks tp". th'e  roerpjberiS pf /theHkegipp fer  their' much ���'" appreejiited    f i- -  '""hapcial help apd to the mem-  Jaers   of   tlie   fire   department  "for f\}e\r speedy response and  the .hours spent in trying tp  sgye pur house, Our thanks  and gratitude go out to our  good -friend ai^l .neighbors,  Charjotlo Jackson who so  kindly offered us a home. Also  fhapk-j to the ROMP fny Ibejr  vigilance,  ���-Qlen Iind $"*<mri|.e, McDonald   diam-'in  MA V, Wfl/exlfipd   V si peer'"  t-honl^ you   lo   friends  nnd  poighbdi.'s  , for    the  Ki'ndnoKs  ��� shown psi during tlm IHiikss  ilild pasHipii nf our liiiKJinnd,  dud nnd grpiMd-rd, A Hpccinl  Ihunh you to Wr, HurlnlcU mid  ^ his associate!- \ndtho (duff of  St., Mary's llotVf^lttil ffir llmlr  dovoltid iwn, /riNUuy, J. Wll-  lluniHon. fo);lhln .w<im-^-conv-  ���   fort nhfrMr: John Ihu/vdy for-  , hlfi jlmlp upd -mi-vicim.   -iViI'h, ,Ivy BlugH, Jlarold und  I'hylllH    I'onrtfoif,   Undo  and  Hick,   '' mri-'M.  "WW wish In Ihnnk nil IIioho  who Hind flowtiiH nnd for tho  ninny nxproHHlonn of Hynipu^liy  on tlm Iohh of our fnlhor iind-  hrothnr, pnvid willlnmiCorh,-  run, who pnHHcrl rrway M/ry !M,  lll'fl, Hpcciiil ihuiiloi lo J)r,  Hwun, niirno'( nod niul'f nl Hm  niHtlmlMlofiplfnj for ihplr l-lnd--  iid-iHiiliirliUj li'ln lliinirm,  r-^'ho   fuiilily," (Ifilll-'-ll  ; r���I!���, , X,  -f r*, > n -*r' +*ffi,��f0m* i0*i-yw*f0L-***0,*L f, wwifn,,)  i *  JlWOflOhm Aufiiiyinou-i.,73.J  Mf*'lln��H imi p,ip��� Thurn-  rhiyft, y/lithP Aiv��\i Ooinipiip-i  Uy llirll, j'h, llilf>.|):h',7, Ijiiii.  2^3, 4i��7l)-lfn  WIBiJ lu icpi'Umt Iwiiii.T Pay  HalpM   ipttp)hm%   I'll.   HM-  mi fir tllUl-mtli 4'IOfMfp  WORK WANTED """*"~~"  HOUSEKEEPER wanted   Ph.  885-2047. 6554-29  HOUSEKEEPER  AND CHAMPER MAI PS  WANTED AT  THE JOLLY ROGER INN  Phone '885-9998  (S580-28  PENPiR HARBOUR  EVERBREgNS LTD.  Evergreens Wanted  SALAL* 42c wnclone  HUCK 4'2c undone  Done up -9c extra  Free- pickup  for giteens   anywhere on Sunshine Coast  .Before picking,, contact  plant,  1st place North of Pender  Harbour Hotel  .Phone  88.3-2265  or  883-2721-  5980-tfn  WANTED  -���������WANTEp-^Hpu'se-'to'-de'mojish.-  Free labour ,for the lumber.  Phorm 886-9077 after 4 p.m.-  6555-28  REAL ESTATE  ELEVATED undeveloped 10  acres withjn Village pf ger  chelt, residenliail Location.  $16,000 cash- Box 6499, c/o  Peninsula Tiiries, Box 310,  gecheit.    :   y 6499-tfp  gXCgLLENT   con-inrer^ial   lot  '���'    ~-   ?/ent-*e   *3ecl"elt-r-h'J^hy!'.ay  .;Jp!(^tion^;Je'vel'V3pd;'P?^r^d^  services   available.   Bpx   1104  ���Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  SECHELT VILLAGE  100 ft. Waterfront "  275"..ft-." deep will) spacious 5  bedroom home. $50,000. Sale  py ownei-. W i- i i e Box 0534,  c/o Peninsula Times, Box-310,'  Sechell, 1'hoim |)l|ft-03l!3 eyes,  , .    Ii53-l-tl'p  WELCOME WOODS. Now is  Hm .Unm to buy ..Ihat siinr-  nior riitro|if, Bountiful levul,  wuodoil I'4fixa5*il lot, Low dow��  piiynmul.op ,$2,500 lull prico,  HOBEHT'-V C|tli;FSK. Vnr llic  1 family wl'm liken to garden!  tyeirr pew ',\' bdrm, hoi'm on  view V* ncrri few .stops lo  bench. Lovely- bright Iiv, nn.  with iidjoinipg, din, rm, Fiill  irnbinoi, kitrhitp; iiup, deck,  Pailliil bsmt, 'Aliruirlivo Ioi'iiih  on m,w\.  A HKAL buy in imroiu'n, oyer  0 ui-rcH wilh Hwy. frunlilim.  Excnllmil doviilupi'imiit pin-  porty, I'Jimy liiriim ini ijiH.llOll  F,P, ���  VIEW,  VIMW,  VIKWI  Nicely  wiMidud    'Vi, iini!     facing   "  rondu; (,'ommiiiiliy wnl��r uvnll-  ublc. A ninl bni'giilu al .1111,051),  ���       > ,     ���* ,  fll IJSONS,    Iminiiciilrilo   3   ,  bdrm. homo on ' vlnw lol  coiilrully loi'iiUnl, J.gu, ii)o<l-  i>rn kili'limi wllli ndjoli'iini" din,  IH'OII,    Ut    llMllll,    A/Oll,   flll'IIIKMl,  4J��Jy -ft|ip!R4iii'jijauK*^wr..*^T  rh\\ Tlll'\ biiiiilyiiiiui,,'O.T. 1 '  . CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  Real Esfale ^ Insurance  SUNNYCRHST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, b'.C.  UPPER GRANTHAMS A ne4at  stucco house, with two b.r's  LR. with FP, well built with  wonderful view'. A good starter home, in an area with.-a  future Only $10,900 PP., with  $3,700 do\vn, balance $100 mth  886-��2481  HOPKINS LANDING. View  ��� lot, 50x100, nicely freed,  water available clot,e to -ad  amenities. $3,850 F P.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE. View  home on nice lot, private  parking Two bedrooms plus  one moie in basement Large  kitchen, sundeck. $19,500 F.P.  88$-2481  SARGEANT RQAD, .Gibsons  village Just a few lots available in lhe $4,000-5,000 range  Not many lots uke tbe.se, in  villagei with. view. 'Look these  over for your home building  plaps.    -        ���     *  -     886-2481  SIX  ACRES,   with  -a  beautiful  NEW 3 B.R. home (full  basement).     Gorgeous     view.  ��� $29,900 ��� F.P.  0   886^2481  ROSAMUND ROAD���where  else woirld you find 1.1  acres, wooded, all services  available for only $3,300 cash.  This won't  last.  ���     886-2481  GIBSONS BLUFF.  Panoramic  view of Howe .Sound. Large  lot   ready   for   building,   oh'Jy  $0,600, terms possible.  1386-2481  CHASTER * R O A D���2 B.R.  stucco house with- view of  Georgia S,traits, on double lot,  150' x 160'. Half basement,  ..-.vanity . bathroom. ^^Eiuceipr.  eludes dishwasher, " r'a n g e.  fridge,. washer, dryer, . deep  freezer rotating TV antenna.  $20,950 with $8,500 down.  886-2481 (  ABB,S ROAD���2 or 3'bedroom  ndar new "home with super  yiew, of ocean, large }pt  (8.8x  150),   beautifully     landscaped,' .     . _  -dpubie plumbing Built h^0'wnl|2"M  and   counter'top   stove.   Fijll    '.?B8QP. ... .......   | ::.:'.:<  5 BgDHGOM house wit|x self-  coptamed suile.in basement.  3A at;re and truit trees op Gower Point" Road. Full price  .til 11,000. Phope 880-2479. Aitm:'  June 24th phone 880-9881.  6504-tfn  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Box 709, Gibsons, B.C.   ��  Van Direct:  685-3133  WEST SECHELT. Retirement  investment: close lo heach,  house presently tented al $100/  month, propei ly could Ire divided in -to '3 lots, ideal location   FP. $17,500.  SECHELT AREA." Lovely  trfced kits, over 18*000 sq fl  each, only two led Redroot  road, easy access to beach,  good fishing and swimming.  F.P. $3950.  SEA VIEW RETIREMENT.  Selma Park���-Sechelt. Cosy-  2 bedroom home, just like  new, all electric close to s.tpie  and beach, tiemendous view  of Gulf and Trail Islands,  smalla landscaped garden lot,  cash for quick sale. $15,900.  SE'CHELT Licensed restaurant, riming room, coffee  bar, all modern equipment,  real money maker, large sealing capacity, best location ��in  town- REAL VALILE_J3Q,000.  Tonus. ���     "  CALL:",JACK  ANDERSON  885-2-323 or 885-2053*  STAN  ANDERSON  885-2323 or 885-2385*  KEATS ISLAND. Waterfront  100 ft. appx. plus one acre  well landscaped. 2 bdrm. all  year round retirement home,  lovely view, and two sleeping  cottages, includes 3 good floats  for^ojl^_jrixiorage_._,i>iiiiwater,  hydro and telephone. $10,000  edsh   plus   good   A'/S.  SEA VIEW ESTATES. VIEW,  VIEW, VIEW���Modern subdivision all underground services. Beautiful view of Keats  Island arid Gulf of Georgia: In-  vestnjent or todays' use. You  can't   lose.  ROBERTS CREEK. 7.2  acres,   Lower .Roberts..-. Cj-jeJc Jld.  semi Waterfront beautifully  treed parklike property, gentle  slope| year round stream, ideal  testate property. This- is a must  to^-see!!!  Pitt   Park.   ,100x120. , Phone  -J85-93P5. fidjaCvtfn  r ���      ���           ������    ��� ^ ' ���  ,,   ��     ,    ,      ,    ,  PENDER HARBOUR  3o�� ft   Qeop- 'protected moorage   on   a.pprox.   3   acres.' Includes   2   bdrm.   older   home.  Jack Noble. Phone 803-2701.  Rochester Really Ltd.  936-7292  G484-trn  EWART McM^  REALTY & INSURANCE-  Multiple Llaimg-^Jfvice  Box 238,r^Glbsons, B.C.  BEAUTY-PARLOR:-     Ladies,  here is your chance jo own '  ypur own busjness and be independent. Everything is here,  just   walk  in and  take  ovei.  This is p going concern.  VARIETY STAREi- Tips is  a nice clean busme��s just looking for a new owner. The price  is" right and the prpfits ca.n be  very   productive.  HOMES���GIBSPNS:; Here  we have to offer a nice 2 bdrm.  home on a level country' lot  with regional water and 220  V wiring for just $11,500, or a  3 bdrm. home for $13,500 This  hopie has electric heal and is  in the centre of town. Bojh ot  these are' good 'family homes  or as an investment a good  rental. ��� ._. **  SELMA PARK:- T"his just  might be the country home  you have been .-looking for:- A  near new 241)0 sq. ft. 4- b.r.  home on a 200x1 to ft, corner  panoramicrview lot, fully  landscaped grounds and with  an extra-large workshop-garage. What more could you  ask foi-)"ih'it>refii-.eiimpt home?  Lots Roberts Creek:- Offered for the first time.' Semi-  wateifront, nicely sloped new  sub-division. These are large  lots,. ' fu 1 ly serviced, blacktop  roads .and a choice of all .cleared or lightly lreed with seclusion.  Act now to be sure you get  your- choice. Price $4,000 each.  Member  Vancouver Real   Estate Board  - PHONE  886-2248  Notary Public   UBilHOfi. WANTED...  yinee Brewer        886.9359  . Wally Peterson     886^287.7  Box 288, Gibsons,  B.C.  6572-28  2 Room waterfrqpt apartment,  paitly furnished,, "suitable  fpr summer pr retreat cabip,  qr for- \\\\ actiye O.A.P. or  couple, phone 929-24!"8 eyen-  ings. " {"507-28  HALL for rent. \V'"sf'n Creek  Cpmmuiply    Hud-    P'-nla"1!  M|'s.    Diana  .An-jor-wri,   "885-  *J385.        ' .     *  9   HP   BRIGQS   fc   "Hr-mop  Mavipe, t'e-idy  tf"  go $1S��-  Ph. $ffi.-mt. ���    fflH-Q   : i . .   EX   R.D.M-f.'  Pfdrqf boat.  Sfeel ludl' *8fl Jip Q,M. Diesel. Good '--f-mp Up'pI ��}' ywW  $9700.   Ph.   SfKiTfl^i     (WBB-2fl  IF I^'S suits .������ it's Mpvgflps.  885-033Q, Sechelt, B.C.  -3891"-tfn"  NEW counter top liidge. Mod:  ern walnul but'let, Ph- 885-  9691. '    e. h   6553-28  ELECTRIC^    tahl|"�� stiw,. $25.  Brown  upliolMerod' chesterfield, makes comfortable siu-  CENfRALLY located iiuipsh-  cd suite in Gibsons Light  and heat included. Suitable  for quiet working gentleman  Phone 886-7207. 6472-27  STORE   or   office   space   for  rent.   Appioximate   565"   sq.  ft   storage space in basement  lor  rent or   Phone,  days,  8,05-  "OWH'-r-eve-s? Wtfl-aHfla.  p294-tfn  IN PENDER Harbour aiea  Furnished unit loi winter  rental to i-ehahle adults wdh  reteieuces Wntu Bon 8566 c/o  Peninsula Times, Box 310.  Sechelt 6566-29  WANTED TO RENT  TENT TRAILER  for  2  weeks  in July  and  August    Phone  18 pt. x 7's-B'i hpnm plvwoud  - ��� bfuii, pnmplptp .mm* 1op-  545*1-1 fn    ppr   jnlonnalipp  pn.H  flHov  8 g|c bed. $7f> -TaHr-kni|& tnWo,  pm. 883-241(1.   ' (15(17-20 :I/| brass bed Aslro Irjd-'o, $15.   _,__ ~~���_ 1272 Headlands Road Qibsons  CLINKER  V-V m\h   iiH John-. ph> m.\m]  aiuj  8Hfl-DU7fl.  8115-1)440  6528-28  COMFORTABLE     quiet   yeai  round   repjal     wanted   ,luly  1^,1 for   reliable woman. Write  Box   762,  Sechell. 6576-28  PERRY employee needs 2* or  3 bedroom house Roberts  Creek area. Would prefer, low  rent in "return for upkeep or  lease to own. References .if  wanted.  Ph.   886-2508.   6575-29  ONE or two- bedroom cabip On  beach for July, vyHh or without option to buy, Phone collect   112-224.-6506. 6559.-29  RESPONSIBLE working lady  'requires    shiall   cpjt<lge    or  private    housekeeping    room.  Phone 886-7218 in a.m. 6560-28  MOBILE HOMES  GOWERJEQINT. 200x200-yiew ' ��� <A*-J-  ��� property,  semi    waterfront,     FOR  RENT  beautifully treed,, all .sery'ceg, ^������..,.- /..;._   ::;-  faces1 spiitheasC secluded" ah^,^PUR>"iSHEDj ^^bodroom' M'pi-  ll)'x45'   TRAILER   Hoipe   plus  Hl'xlO'   bedroom.  Write Box  448   Sechelt.   Phone   885-9628.  6492-28  MOBILE  home,  almost    new,  double    wide, "2 "bedrooms, ���  reduced   for quick sale.   60   fl  x 24 ft. Ph.  8155-2307. 6562-tfn  BQATS & JNflNfS  ���1-6 FtTfIALP cabin boatrTibre  glass bottom.  10 H.P.  motor,  $350. Ph. 886r9349: 6530-20  17 FT. THERMO Craft semi  V Volvo 85. Sleeperette  seats. Nauteiex top, trailer.  Phone 883-2470 utter 5 ' p.m.  Weekdays;"-;    ������> ���-^-.        6516-28  basement   and   sundeck,-  also  carport. $28,000 F.P.  886-2481'  CHASTER   ROAD.   V/J acres  .with a  view, partly cleared  and   fenced.   $7,500    F.P.   im  terms. , ���      ���''���''  LANqDAI,l?���U!argo lot   (l()()x  .150) cleared and . fruit   trees  on.   F ii I i     panoramic    view,  $5,50.0  I'M', on ' lorjiis,  / 8116-2.4111  ROBERTS CIIFEK. ��/i acre  with revenue home. Main  bouse has 2 H-R'.h, large Lit  with VI'. Hiindcrl', A/O licnl,  Lower mi ho run bo rented for  $60 (or rent bulb), Could puss  VLA,.  " ...  -, ,-'*       *i��M��        1 ,    ..., ,  REACH A VF.N I IE, Roberts  ('rouli, , View lol ifiOxlfiO),  oloarod, drivowny iiimI ciilvcil ,  ,l|i, puw'w to h||.��', S'l' approvul,  Huiiniboily Hiruii'Ktl his plans,  buy now mid ciui-y on, Only  $'1,1)00 on I'oijil ii.-i iii/i. ���  ��� ���     6116-24111,  SKCRKT    COVE,    135"fl.  of  wnbirfroiil,   Invol   lol,   f<ond  bonch iK'ccsii, mrrvli'iiil, $16,11110  I'M' ' ,  .  ;' ������     ���"   " ��� -: 'i  IIIMI-iMIII  CIIU(;km pulnlliiK tk il.'corul-  llU(, (JioiMiplciid   work,  run*  mudilp rni'iHi, (HilJ-'iJiyft,  r'^.'iiiloiilni, ly-'biK, *',iio, nf-.  fieri ilollcii,.  J''o|| py pm l   Unui  rirmrriioin/non j/-o; -viowinir*  All I'nrllHN. Only $12,600 I'M*.  VACIITEHM nixiiiIiiII Tin up at  your own dock In Hholtorod  bay, The lovuly 3 bdrni, hmn��:  |n'Mllllu|r,'d,on bomb lovel luiul-  f<i-ii--ii(| lot noil I'diiiorcH npiu'-  liiuii Hv, rm, with fhuplrii'ii nnd,,  lillillil/!   |(l"i"''  door  lu  n/viTiid  ���pwr/o. f.^o, din, rm,, piodorn  IiMcImiii bn hid|l-lp r/oii{i��, W��ll  iilio'iiM'ii nilliiy /H'conioiiidliiiiM  Inoiiilry ' fiR-llllloH . noil <li!i!p,  l'iiMi/iir unit, I'lnlriuicii lii ��unnl  council off l/'��, coni'oi'ob) puilo,  J'hi, I'lirpiirl'pliiM Kitrnim. Vl'tw  by iippoli|l||)i!|it only, 1'1,'lnlln  on   niiiniiiil, , ���    ��� '    ���  thii'i. While  611(1-2113(1  Ken CroHby  IWIWIIl  ,1/ry Vhirnir  llltfi-;'���'ll)0,  111)71 '.'.|l  CALL: JOHN BLACK  IWhim  or 886-7316  GIBSONS: Level building lot,  center- of  Gjbsoris,  c|ose  to  .  shops etc.-size appx. 'lSO'-tO.")1  on  paved i-pad, and  all sei-v-  ices, -Priced at 'only ���'$,2,050,   .  WATER FRONTAGE   -^  GIB-  soris.    |3eauiifid    W/F   lol,  with   beach   collage   right   ul ,  waters   edge,    Lovely   'beach.  (Juod building site uliitve cuL.  lU/Jll-rgOodTjJCt'OHS.   ..Jllht    llljllk  'of Hie |)0.ssl'|n|itli!H Ot^tlio use,.-,  of   Ibis   properly,   J'uj'oynien!  for all Iho fui'iiily during .tin;.,  .summer ibid ren'l'jl out for the-  winter months or live in,.coi-;  lugo  while \ yiju   build ��� youi"' -  droiiii) or lolirc.menl homo, Hun  this today, '|'P'< $|'-l,500, only,:.,  $5,000,down-.-buluncu oii'grwul  lornm.. Fir.il    linio    offciwl, ,.  Doii'l ..'iiilss out 11    '   ( ,    'r .  CALL: LOI|KI|- filflArin p  '���|KI-7y.|l   oi'"611(1-77(10  UOMJWTH ("lll'H'JK. Only four  lols lol'l, Heuvlirw, (si/.OH li|i- '  |)i<o,\, 70x271)), nood building  idling uxi.-olloiil hivoiiliniriil hlr  only $21)50 mu>h, chock' und  I'ompui'i'l     <loo<l flluniiM    only  $1)50  down.   |>Oli'l   iiiIhh  nnf   'Act   nnyt',1.      ' "'..,",  CAI-Lt  LORIIIl!! OIRAIII)  llllll 77HO or    ���'���  .lOll^N   HLACK   HIKb73Mi  CALL ' ,IAC|<     ANDKMHON,  nun.:/,:t'.',;�� or iiiifi 'Mm  ,r    , (iftv-i-nii  ,< l^rmdphipMppp-^^iip*^^ ^jyja j-.  shine P0asl^ailer--Pai1{;Gib7*-t>L^nlvt-bup  sons,  B.C.  PlKure  885-2010.-        jike  new.  Trailer, $1^50.* P)i.  6547-29    'BfiS-OGOO. fi303-tfn  1"  Mr"  , ~'AF''tHt\ > *'  r^vtCjM   ..EX '  MADEIRA PARK  "%0^*  ���X  marrmr-..  Y ,t:?A'v AA<-'-'*��>  W'^���^i��^Ji'jffH  al * ' ' 1 ��� '  -*-  ���  .v}.'���� ���  A" J     'Y<A  ���a  a: *,  I , 0* m0r 11  ���^H0M.  Spociorifj hppic on approx, 2 pork l|Hp'.qci;c-.'. with' 0, rnodrilll^Pnl  vlow of Poiirlur Morboor. Only 250 (l, (mm Ihn wolcrfionl nnd  h)|util(i(| qhoyft  In*)  ipdrtrnpa  ol ,/Mot|ii|ro   Pnd< Gqv'I   flop's,   |:x-  <"iiil|<ioi poivp'tiol lor i|��v��|oi)rn��ni, Into 0 nio|n|, roiTip iil|��. bnilur  pniK or p��)w(|i|o -Mibdiylslon,  pM|| prlco $46,000 ,wl||| $20,000  ' u    'l'}m '') jW"-l)pf ',''���"  Cholcn vi��w loili on fi/\ lot sobdivltiion ol Mo'liuiro Pork, IVkcs  ,���>���      ' from $3,50040 W/0QP___ ",  > *.  ../���  ** ���* t^*f~^'v*i,i0',**"r**<* ���  i  :Amd'iyip<:pLj<->pdrt'd,A%)pn,,JW^^  AwJWH,, Wiii-M      "��/* "'��  hlhhip   \W  wlilc,   ,_���������. ()|)|y    !f()(���(,(,    (',���,      ���  fm--r"t-rvm- **���  DRYWALi:  T-*r*lo*- rtn>i   V))hnp,  hy Ifnprt  Und nturhhii.. f'pmy T*-�� dim*  l<lf (lt.llhpi.itL   '  P|iono flfi/S.7l?3  Rol)orl!'"Cw��k, fJ.C,  k,,     i   ' '     ,  mmtn  pn Iwo,  K, BUUHR RHAUY .,  LTP,  ALL Tyi'KH JNHUHANCK  Olbvmn   IK!..  l>hon��r 0(5(17,000  1   ���     1 WMIWM  " Mw/imK ..mum  nm-'Mi  lAKIIKOMTAni-  loviily A hdiip (1 yr. old hOom on opprox, ? nrriii,, f-dro hi, will'  ifbop iiiii,! tiYdmmlnf) po*i|-��iin mMoil nMracliom, 'Ibin I", one 'if td*��  _\ ptt'Mlnt,! MdllriQ-i on lll'i I'lJillilVllo,'  ��� ' IVrKYTHIHO l'i IXI'IN'ilVI"  |,-xrif|<l llm pi'lru on (bib 'I yr,, old 1700 M|. fl. P0&1 nnd Uouin  boni" on o 'V0.||...W,l', inl, Mih, p, llio.I'lml ol lioiini Ihul yoo liml  In-lhn iri'/oi ulilo rlos1. nl VYn'il V<)>ir<piv*ir, I ovnly ihViiibii olnn,.  v//v nir|iiillrif| ilir-iic-ili'iiil, 'f-npl|vni/i-n 160 dnynm vnw of Ifuvui  1 Sound, Viuwliii" by oppl, only  "     '     WAT|:l��r*'ONT LOTS  ?l)0"fl, W,4'. on Gull piior Wb<4l only 'WO pp, pfiOO Mn,  'hoi; ot 7'/An. '    ' ���  fill ft, W,r, on Ifoi.,4 |.ol��oflnly %(.,f,qripf,���  '/ W.Ti lofn on Onnlmi liny I nl-0 onn wllli "A" fromo rollrifjo,  ,                  I'rlrird 01 1,|O/fiOO &<UWK> will) 1.1fiOO iiii,  ...3:Afi",i...wl!bJfi0r,fi,:W,l;),//fi|y MiMlL&J.ML.*im���.rtmi..   I ovnly Mini WJ'; vxw lol only  100 fl, lo |m��i''h ninl fiorrl lonn'h-  iJi-i, "11  _^.ft^?^ftBfc  >J���AW ''r^rfTtS?1;;'!! ���  ^imm*'f:itA A ^:**m0��^i  ^,m*m*40ji^i^0^irj ff*ff  only 0  idtHil lul  mly W  'IIII   DIM  |IIJY,()M Till: COAST  1, uy V>00 Pn, nr tin. Idtml lul Im youi IioiImi m *.oinm��r fohin  '/nly woo r.fv  A|i|jmx,"? urn.", of iiim|o)fioni  vl��w |iii��i/iiily Willi 100 fl. of  Kjmiy |,��j< U j.luv Mti   t.iArli,, Only   il|l,OOU    liy y..,.or  liu    I'^n.l,  ���'AMWH W>TTA0f*��  Vli\ Hu,' ihiii ibol llltymii pOf,lof-Lool.| \(\M<), %\ 1,000, \\?,%l)  , ni j|o,V00 /i'tinij om folly {ubilf.hwl, jor.| movn In.  G. KMOWLH'  m^mtiE  .-, 7J im** "   ,  Omit In n llhdlnig buy pi iho new low pilst. of. W,800 on itntpti,  |.<iruiiii'i jp ri.-oiml Viindor Ho'boof, iliji. 4,8 nap |t,|nrii| bos ovor  f,500 O/of j,liulpto)il woiMihoni, 0 (ilriir- rbmfoMof'fi." (oh fi'iini!,  ������   .   -mik'II !|U'">I )l"��w, wulHiyby'lfo apd l|ool,  ��;,   CIIOICI- VVATI:RrRONT l-OTS  , Ip I'pi 11 |��r I loiboor', wilh ynilur npd hydro,  K��0 ft, -j- ������IfyW'O m   ir, ��� 4.1 j,000  \()9 fl, ��� (Ho,000 l'/(i fl,   $|3,f)00  10? fl.     - ��� 13,600 9/    fl,     -113,(100  ' (io Ih ��� - vyhb-hooch .,,-4)?,(ipp  IfiO ll  l, wdfiilronl,' wllli A hodiooin lorwo nldut hnmo ol 0 vtdy  \pyt;prlrtrnl $ 3 0,000 rimmW (ri-dttm 1 from $ *) ft j pqp),��� --  95 II. waliifbr-nl wilh���?. bmJroon- collayo   -*j/20j/(M).'  ^opy oihor v)/}w and wm��rfi��"il |oi�� in lhn foiiifftf Iwlwur ppm,  son 10 h.p. Rum well. $125.  Qunboat flay F^hlnB Reso'L  Ponder Harpor- WW-33N  6581-28  GOMT'LETIfl    sot .of    pearl  >16 FT. choicer h\tf\\ |ionl witb  over-baulpd.    P|i,8W'Pt    %*1$-  Ph. 886-745U.    v (|549--30  gARS ft TftyJPKS  '64 - HALFljl^GEli,    small    4,  wbocl  dnvp pns|lrac  fjont  &t  ji ear.   4  spood   powered   In   2  cylirulur air cooled motoi   Ph.  885-9830 / 0520-27  l��o5~T-H I U W-P-IHPpitfire*'4  conv.     Completejy    rebuilt  motor   Only $1300. IPh   Frank  nt   885-9654~|50fPru 5   6568-ltn  drums,   $125.  'Ph.  '886r27;?5.  .6518729  1966 INTERNATIONAL pickup Now 4-ply tires li'iuis-'  nusbinn, b'akes. F'^f'eli^'it *H  round condition. Fust $750  takes   1183-2745. 6563-28  i9ll2^0lj^VA_GFN, "$350.  Ph    885-335L 6551-28  1970 MINI Cooper. Qood condition, must sell. 886r8353. ��� :  6556-30  MVESTQqK ;   "  ���Rp^iPBfc^IJJPi l..yoiws~td*\  ���     15.2 handSi; .EJpglisli; or Western.   .QitnrpQfppd   spypd   and  Uentla.f'hoiie/'-8872(517l  ..���"A" 6535-29  "AM1    iJ'i'ioke'n.'"'��� for- sale,  $50c each. 8fl5-2392.  6570-28  FQR |IAfl,"TW'"..  NF# -^BQOf?^ "^ :^W)f7--fi 1 lies  Bookstore, iSejihelt:. Tales fif  the B.C. P^p'y'jiipja,! Pol joe.  Old lV|ans "^rrjep. ��� gecause  the Horn is ^ie}rp. Jlpw to  catch ��� galnib'p i��� glrelll'ish���  Bollom ,fis)i���=^ ?(3i-ahs,,Er-iivui,-,  . cial museiim h-pifibo.oks. Classic paperbacks.. Ph. 885-0654.  6504-28  PICNIC    table  arid. - benches.  Plv-885-9394.' fi578"28  HAVE  fun   in   the. sun  with  A R T E,'jf-'    .  DECORATQH  piiipt.  PamTinj* supplies pn  hand. Rook a party, snare the  wealth.     Private     iiis|ruc.lioP  given. "36011011 and area repre-  ..sentative,   Myrtle: AleKander,  Madeira Park,-B.C..Phone 083-  2551  ol- 885-2072. .        6552-31  LEGAL NOTICES  I W|LU not lie responsible.'I'or  apy debts or obligations contracted in my name by persons oilier than myself. Dated  June 0, 1971. George Wagman.  ���0505-28  INVITATION T.0 TENDER  4 -   -  Sealed tenders,, m a r If e d  'Tender, for Consfruplipn of 0  Domestic .Wider Supply System at . irvines LaodiuB B.C."  will be received by the under-  .signed at 1646 West 7th Ave-  ,oue, Vancouver 9 B.C: up to  3 pjiv.. (Pacific Daylij|ht Saving Time) on Wednesday June  30,   1971.  Plans specifications, ar;d  conditions of lender ��� may be  obtained frorp the ol'l'ices nf  Underbill Enginecrine. Co. Ltd.  at HUH West 71 b Avenue Van-  couyei'O. B;G. .foi- the SLim-of'  $10.00'which is not refundable.  Tbe lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  IINDRRHILL "ENGINEERING  Co.   Ltd.  ,- ,^7,-pyJi:., fUiftp,9,1.497.1  P^A'fFQRjyr scales, car-pet  '���- sweeperr"tratri|*-zctHv bumper  jack, ten pin howling ball. 6  inch joint er pjaper, 15 ft. Oas-  sis - trailer 'sleeps 5, A-T shape.  Truck canqpy. piitipe 885-  2116.     ���"' 6537-29  ARG.US Siiper 8 movie camera,  projector,  screen    **)*d  reel case->Li|(G' pew,��� $30. Ph.  (p-7^8ji.r   .,....,/,      fjl"82r28  -' ^^0*^��^^^^^ric'  hot walor hoiler 4(1* gis  $45,  I-Vig. I2r> j*>-. fre'eiei-, '$1)5. 885-  9484 pflpr H p.-rtl. .6579-30  ORPER   ypur   garliage   in.cin-  pratpr   at ,,$3.-50   each   ffom  Ropl-el't ICjrisniBn,- T'lionu 1185-  2443. ".       fl*}0B-lfn  iidSCTRlC I'fi'nge, $ao7ph"ilips  ifl".T.V.,  l��eW pielpre  tribe,  $75. Phone HHB-I)l}��fi..,   649-1-28  1 /y\ARINe,,,ACCESSpRI^5  I'liint -��� Fibre((|f)s.a ���*- |ippit ,-r  Canvas A \\ntd. Ilip-llW"!'"  C'oniprt'ssed nir sorvhiu���'-.,  ''''' NYGRPN ^AIrES   ,  (1971) LTD.  Phono oiii|-03f)3( Pihsoi-8,  1   ^.*ss-'AAj,',yJA���.���,.?.*    '"-,'* Jy "' r" . *.'  ffmmm Min wftm dm aim* wlmimti'mm ��nrt  p-ilppfgium9pppf *0fpm\)m^\ft'Wf)hmti,dP9i'(ify,  Pmw, ��(> M\y fftMfifl Hip Plsl mylo H091' !*'��� 0 wionori  Phan* PafMlor l|^il"oMr 1103-2233  ���(/���  ffw fff p*" ? *  ��� '  Blow-hfflwod and nnlurally Bgod  Tliln fli'lvn/lhGippiii m nol /xihlinlHid or ��J|r;ploynf| |>y |ho  l> ; s-*���1)  (  i  * ��  a  I.  Ml  -=ki/ frank Q'Bfign  THE  yNI^Q    gt{fteB    Atomip   Tj\W$y  Commission plot's fo explode a live  mogalop bomb on Am,p')j{"*:-- Isjaiiji \\i\��  4a|l. .pespite the lap! that leading scientists and geologists have wq-ppd that  the bla>t could lugger earthquakes op ihe  i,nile o| the ope that hi I Cali(oiuia earlier  Uns yea,r,, i-pcj i|*r,-q| nij' the plans by lhe  Ctinadi,in'govoinmppt to stop if, the ex-  plosinp will no douhl go oil op sphodulp.  This has to bp tlie hrghest (m/m ot-"  toplepipt Ihal apy yovprnipi-iit body can  show The. explosion may npl Inggei the  picdicalcd 'oarthnpakos and tidal waves'  ~~7iTur--peihaps--|io-iadiation -will leak to  Canadian slpnos Pqi|ifips! 13i|t Ibis is n|  l|||ld lmpoiUu-ce fpho sipiple ,i|ul inijlricn-  iirg liiol is thi-i the US govenimont ioal-  l/.es the -danger that this hkihl could  Ciiii.se, and is doing .nothing to slop it.  .f-Iow   terrible   to   think   lhat" fpr   the"  spite  pf a   lest of/nufeslipji'lhle .!Y'i!ittp-y  value, oip- friend"-- to-Hip South. wwlr-Mo*  frpely trample dip* freedom, and perhaps  even our  lives. .        ' \    '  ���If nothing else-the contemptible atti-  ^ Hyde taken by .the Atomic Ejiergy Copi-  ''mission  will  prove  onp  thing  to" ms ...  if jj   eyer epipps to a dpcisjon  between  Ameripaiv Military andI Oaiurriian Freedom  (be livlter," will bo ifihorud.  ,f"ipe tp know Whoro we stand. .. .  0.0 "J ;  Noticed,--amidst the body count, a.  small -dory coming out of Yuma, Caliiur-  -ni.ii. It seurps. i\pp Hip gpqd townspeople  and the local churches are starling a lurid  tOffbuy tombstones I'or the two dozen iperi  found murdered and buried in shallow  grtVves        .rr;~'"''-'"1    ..'   . . ���'  Tlie ironic twist is that some of these  men were dead1 for up to two months,  and no opp even reported tlieip missing.  Not the g^pofi ppqpjp of Yuma, certainly  not the clupches. Ypu see, Virginia, these  men were winos, bums, dead heals,-poor.  They did not exist.  Every   community   has* this   invisible  population. I  remember seejn^  Ihpn*   on  Ihe streets of Eastern cities. Faceless old  .mpp, always in sight  but never  noticed.  A  piece  of  the  city   like   the  sidewalks  and the sewers. They exist without  mil-  pey,   vyithput ��� hppp   and   without   pnde"  "* Arid they die-the sainc-.' ''"  No one hates them for they cannot  be envied mid np one sees them lor  they are always there.  'The old winos of Ypma ciealed a  sensation by dying en masse but if a  pepsps. wqpld Jiavp beep .taken on the  day the first bQfl> W'is discovered the  body count could have been lupled in  a handful of towns and chips, aciobt  Canada- alorie.  t Sq-dqp't feel .sorry for the two doam  bodies dug up'in California fe'eeh pity  for tljp tpwp of Yuma; and a thqpsiind  oljiei-i- fikp iMlva't cap Ipse ,24 qf Us  cilijspps qpd  not notice at all  ' w *\t &  Hostel Hostility does nol seem to be  "*-as  common .a.   ti'^e^sc' ip  Powelj  River  as it does in er... lib.., olber parts of  jj ll-e provippg. T,h'pvmftypr;iQf Pqwpll Rive-,  /��� jljriippuj-, hag. s4iP|M("t-iBd'.; l|-c I'dca tl-af  ,,\ ���       h(ii,'lMrfori trnvfiililiH yqhth,-rhq hpildrpg is  T   "���        equipppd   wifji   l|,  hods   apd   complete  f,   ' sapilip'y facilities plus 'larg*j <ppa.s *Yh)ch  could be used fpr fun apd games II  only owory mn.pipipality bad spd) a convenient building... apd spph ap i|pdpi-  dj'aiidini'   und-  iplulligenl   administration  ^ The pi'fitosts inpiiqst (ho gi'ipl^ given  by the F''fh'l''��| (���oyornniepl undci the  Oppoi'lunilin.s Ion Youth Pioipaip (fi|>oiil  $20,000' on.Iho Sunshine Coast) have  roaeliml l|io*oi|rs of the Poweis Tli.il Be  As <i rofiqli qpy f(U'l||er appli-aimns loi  grupls Will huvo lo Ik; handed in Willi  a sign'-d sin I onion! nf. approval Ifom l|io  Mliiyor of'llip iniinirjiiiiil'My and Iho Cbjtf  of l''ol|(;o. Sd i'<rw wo huvo u unique and  I bplieyp, iinproi|i|ci.'i)|pd ,\pi pi govoip-  ipeni fool'"w'lrlf, ^hhnpph the: Oppor-  tiipilioH fpr -Youi|'| js a FoiU.thI proi(raii)  Ihoy hpvo lo'bow to llio wishes of' I liu  l)llil��ii:i|ial -noyi-'i'liliHinls, I'egarilliiHs of llni  ipqlivi.'H. '  One   wo|ir|<)|-��   Ihiw ��� fur,   flayi   O i v i I  lllghls for Nogl'iiriH would'Imivii advanced  ii'    Volor   RogiHlraHon,1   iiilugrnl'ioii   oii,',  would'"luivp hcoii loll \p the dii-croi|onof  Iho niiiniclpal��� govpnippml of Snlma A|n-  Jiniiiii' ninl   Jacloioi),   (Vl|titilii;ii|ipi   Ihun   Io  "tho  piiwor. ill'  ll|<i  Fi,'i|i.'i'ii|  giiviiiiiineiii,  ; .'   '   .*       ' *    '|  "  Thu Vi|i|(:i)i|vi;r Hi|i'j lni��'i|oih! Ii'irgiiin,  Thoy, hiiy'o  i,io>)|   a   pife,   gl'coi)   i,i.,piii''l,qr  lo  llii: Hmi)hI|'|i,ii) I'oiihI   apil >i|</li<; npv  ol'  thono idorii'M Uiul i)|f!ii,''g|'iii)i| ri-'inii'lent  "do HO'woll,        .','..,,.,.  ���I Tbo ulnyy ww nil Iho propoinid i<ri),vnl  lllililllll    TI|o   li||i!i'i:)ii:i;   win*   Uii)|   iniyoiii.'  prolOHllpg IT wan Irying lo uloul money  , i'niiii   lhn   liiilliin  popiilallon,   l''oi'/(iil   lhn  n'OI* idIiiIihi 'Mih! ./''"'lid  ru|ir Uio .r.'oo.si  for while mnn iiqil  Ipdlioi alilu,'.  b'ln/i,iM  Dial   II   woulil l|inii|ii:r  Hip   IihIIiiiin   I'jhIi  Inn, and, ruhi, i|io boiifshnioa In houi of  lhn -rom.'i'vii, Do l|ic 'nipyy nn whllo Jiiiun ��� i>;>j.ij>��� .i��jj��i ol   llouounibli)  1'iubi'l.'Dawiiuii  '       " Tn ll oo * * j j> ��� j < n j n f o * > p r; j (t 1 f K| f / * it nVj' 11 rj - r?.t i r�� ��-  cimiini'". in   (,,|il|ltw(��.,li-   lu   UM! ,-I|'ib|   i.lm'  JU'tJr ' -'^! -A 'V'  ���A uHh J'-^  ��� AM.jA' ���'. iA.  h'<\Jl  *      ' >kA\ ^UV/,;,     'J >i      -     *   \  H  <  i   I  \  -III/      i      -v  \  I     .   . i  V  ���l*  r  ���IM   ''iJ'^-^S-  ��� ���  i ���'���  >     i  \i  J  foi- RMfflH-todge 82  gp$��\s  ttymvA Mr?-. Hilda  oij-pcy  of  ���^ijb. qi'-ftys flpqrep ��f PBylishl Wsfi  yqppqi-vpr-   fnm, Teslinimil    w&p -  ���pqwcil Wivpr, IYfr*. Alice Bpcchqip PNpT;  Mrs K[fltlip m\.m\ PNfij Ml'��. ?ns4)pl--  plj HQ. ��l'��- HlWfl Sts|W(l. - Asspqil]ly  ���tya-tipn; Mrs. ^Wmi Stmsjtn pN.fi; Bro.  Wplly Sci-fi "pD^j-Mrs W Adq|ps;  Mr. Jack Bqunrj-/ pp $vip*'lunc Ooqsj *  Loflgc J(\ lyf-'.'0 Wpi 'ivlpGregqi' wqs qp  invited, gupsi apc{ TVfi'. Loqjs ' Hanson  aocqn-paqied h|s" wifp "YfafU'0 w1l'�� it!  V;ico Grqpd of 1ho LpflBP, ape) Mr. Ted  Surlcps \yi|h'his wi|p Carrie who is  "f.n^jje Spcj otip y.  A   pew .pipiohpy,   wqs   lew-'ivprl . frqpi  Mirifin-- Loflije pi- *^ipr|ipo-;, namely IVfjis.  I^in- Mfll'ipy-   _.'"; "'.J-  :-*~ A'|r%t jiqiifijiv h.flR bepn popjerrpd pn  Sppshl'he, iM{\ap ir\\hA)\a appqiptipppt'of  .Mrs.  Eilppn   Smith  *>*-  Assembly   Phap-  ifiih, . -. '    'V   .-.     . '. -  The happy pyppt w*is- celpbratpd ��� with  a smorgasbord sj-pRPr f-pid "^i^'gijfIpes*  gi-V'G -;.a    comic-")    rPOdipg.    Mrs.    Ruby  Ifalchcr  prpH'dppt;' qf  l|ie" pinpo   for   tlie  eve q i njj'.    '  ,  cautions camera users  TP4.V^ljl3R��';-arid'1 vecl-oatippists . using.  cqnlpVqs .wifjj, 'gp'f-cipyplqping tj|m are  especially cautiqned. by fho J3-C-- Automobile Associqtiqn IP- fake ..extra; care .in  .disposing of )4jp. jppyi|'ihje. film- scraps  -from the hai'dy"canhera.  Besides bpipp; haripful lo clothes, the  developing erppjsipp. PP 1'lP ���**��!'#B!" hl'R  proveii to be a killer of fish and wild-  lifp.  Apcordipd (p vvilfljjfp gii||i(p-i|ips, the  scraps are a mounting threat to Ihe on-  v-jruhmenl qs they poisfip (he immediate  qi-ei-s qf strefjjps anfl'lakos they qro tqssed  jir'-blown into. And, for some-unknown  Tpqsou. ipppse, ell. and deer 'like 'to' eal\  the Irighly  toxic sprqps.. .'  :..;.,, iy"any... !"opfej";;;an)ipal!-,. ihe  ;in,.���parki5  -ar*d i-eci'caHwfd-q^a^lqst year- as a ro-  'SUNSHINS QQm  GQ��/?|L etiUWH  (Untjpnpmin*"tiRi"90  ^B*w|***��ri ���*= W!?a9;f��l!  wmth wyw." J ly * **-n*!  pASTpR BpV. S. CA^SpLUS  mm H-Bhsw!  ? bfflffa wp!  PENDER HAmQW*  (Undeporjiino|-!''qqn  SMNRAV schooI- AND m\* PI-ASI?  ��� 9;4S A.M-  CHlJfiCH SEftYIPE���-1 * :PR A.M.  Pqs-Rr.Bpy. Wqltcr S. Apkfoyd   ^eifw pfl-rk ��� a��3-2|74  Tf^e United Church ��f Canada  ��� SfltVICES  .   St. Jphn's Mnitpd Chufcl) - Doyis Bay  'SHficjay services - 9:30 a.rp.  -. Robpijts Cfcck United  Sluqclgy bpryices - 2:3P-P m,  Gifcispns United Church - ��  Siincipy Service'sA] f: 15RPl-  SpMw ��mim - 1-m ?m-.  Rpy. Jim- Williprpsfih J mm - MW.B  : .'. ������.'.:���'������ .'���.. -"���.'.��������� '   ' -'  Performiiig pt Ihe opening of Sechelt  Elerpepl'-.ry School's new annex last  week, the U membei s ot lite Indian  School Band will he leaving on Mop-  dEiy fqr a 2 week tour of the Prov-  dreiVsi'Cent^nni'il-'Mii'-ic Tsftflo '71'  Tflur. Wearing full headdresses and  brilliantly ��� cqlpj'ed new uniforms of  rerj, blue a.nd gold gnd |he drimis  painted by Brother   Francis    Mac-  a ple^s.jjretgli^a.r for |}]ey l|avp been  practising harrj tinder jhe direction  sull of eqlipg the fjlpi r'e.sidpp.  Liileii||g of li|m scraps, is second only  lo lliqt of dispqr^pd cqps, bottles-apd cups*  and  even  granitp  mpqurpppt  markers  in  m G*mm^ -  '   j-EiiyieE^.M.' .���  ��?r HilCs'sf s.pf.Hei'V, fSmlff ^Sfiil ?-��S  9-irjr" <?mf=flndv4ih SHflM^Hgte-JJisfiarlsi'  ���f��*y--��Hna8tgt''��i,'tin;�� Sflfa&mMm  tif"7:3Q',p;-fl. '(2r|cj pp�� 4t!i SHndflVK    ���'-'  .Haly "Hcngfisr-r:  p.m.   1st qnd  11:3Q p.m.   I st qn4 3rd; Suqcfqy);  Egmont. .'Holy  EucnQrist���2  p.rp.   1 st  3rcj Sundoy).  '���'.>���- ~    '  C|iurrh 6f His Prc^npc������ PfEj<|rj��gffsT -"yep  lorig���3*:p^m.    fiv^r   2nd--^n(^gyr^lio|y-|  Eucharist���3 p.m. eyery -ftth Sunday, '  Rrjpsf���Rfiy. f?. PfiPRlc/ Scgfeclf UhWh  of Pajher Dunlop and Mr. Mel Gamp-  -parks are suffei-ip'- ffom the contaminn-  bell. The  Tattoo is  considered  the    t����n.  ���nice, participating m the Native Chil-    Donald, thp band is a sight to see and  liighli^hl ,of Centennial celebrations  and \\'ill be in Powell River on Jj*ly 1.  _ j.  * J J  ���"���"���m   -  -   -   "- -��� -   i.  People use the walls of the markers  as a prop for applyipg'tpe, special solution necessary to' protect and preserve  some prints. Thpy spioar spmp of the  solution onto the granite with a resulting  iu!?ly stain that cannot be icmoved.  To help cuib tho piohlcm, BCAA is  advising pholqgiapheis qsipg the self-,  developing iijm to cany a litter bag  with them foi sciaps Thc ideal bag for  spch pui pose would he lqadi" of a slqip-  apd moi.Muic-pioof malciuil such as  plastic  Baptist ��hwr?h Jii^i^s  PiTHi!- l^PTfST IEHyRgH  Mermaid and Trfllfj Sephelt -  S-jn'flpy-Schpgl TQiQlig.rr-.  Morning Wprsjiip 11:1.5 g.rn; ..  CPPoiq wok q gold flfrilee op tho polprp-  hjq lijvqi jp fhe B|g Bppd ipci) jp l$M  whipjl riCjitod .i new gqlcj i ush ip |,l'ip  yo.-p- following Bul many of the prpspec-  Iprs eafiiod little oi pothmg.  Rqr)<. %A.-, iibspn*"  Srjr-dqy School 9;45 jam-  Evening Worship 7;C)G p.m.  Pastpr, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS'  FOB   QUICK   RESULTS  USE    TIMES    ADBBIEFS  gmsiMmmntttofi^^  ��� >  Socholt  Itlleifmntary School  Schppl Ghoj(r  \)Hh  an    Iheif  MWlW Miss Mp|?y  Kriwali-. ^  cxiyopl'ioiiiilly lino v)ia\y and l|ie open-    Iho ri|-o>|,-l,8.��)(:lHi"e<i ip ||iu open arou hj,vo (lopo onislapfiliUiily  ipg of lljo ijow' Kcliiiol |-|MHi'k wir�� ap   'bw-'Ijoii Pf m pew so|l(i"|t   ' ' . ilpio,' Thyir porformuncr;  , r ,.,, i* ,,'*,* i.\ I'm ������        ,   ,. \ * * , ,"\ .-. Jl I   tiii.i.d ii J K.* t     ,i ��� .   i_l.      li      I ll .      rm  iiia-iisliiii   uii'   sli||.(iii|(,  Ilirei;l��i1 l.iy  Centennial ev&ni .; .  Residential School Band  leaving for miiflical tour  M')Nr)A;y ,fam t  ,    'moii'l   of'it   bl||  foil!'   IpoilllKir.-l   (if   l|)��   S(.'0|rf|||  fi'l||i|oi|l    Ihiird    wlini,!, Jlio.V  Hi   \K   Ih��  lp|Vl)||lpfl)  A:  ('(IIIIDICIICI!.  for  hiriy-  |fi;M|(|l!|)(C0  hiiivu ' lor  nip ullior Iniliiui i.'hlIrl-'  iimr, 'pf .Hio- |iriiv|ii('o,  ipliil pi X1:,1, rluiilnm will lulu,' liml  o'   ('.inliliiliilil   Tutu1   Which    III   lliq  IVIhi-'e <''��*'il'M*'' "i  ,i;i,'D, fpr. 0   illlliilci  ..UllJlIu  ' Whirl- tho hlory iiii/Uo"l'!i  ���won. liml   ovcryopi,-" nooilii.  inipolliiliiil nlr i|inl hi.'iillhy  Ibo i.Vdor of ibiilr'VHkbii  A  III'.' i'oli'i  I'l   llll'lllloil  !)!)ll|| , Wl'lll.'l',  mill, iloHpllo  I   ji'M/ple   un  Ipvn.'P I'oMlloo'li opu'ipy In npy,  oin," who  Irion  lo  riii'il'l  ppr (.'iivp'oii  Piopl,   ''ill)   Wr  pill   I'fUJfi.'l   l||(t c||r|)i'l.  llllll  wouikIh nl I'il'MH'UlHllnil, piiilo nnd ,miii  'ply  work  liwMwy't Of cciui.-m  wo Tup',  -npjr-wiMirif.-^in'Ir'ii -ulpum-llinl n repwtci'  run come in uuil iluiii ml'i: whu) In; wi'iiiin  b/'/ioo; '���  Nowhwru mnn,,, onn yon i<fp inn, at  ��� i)iimiiik|l|)  ovi/iii   io1 ro|i!-'   |  ul'il VI,  i<|ill(lrnn  mid  112  chnpi'i'onil  ll 'bii,.i.'n, 'llii! lour will liiloi  pi/imil/nlliip,       piipiii.'liiHy  'oi'lpn I'loun Upd  WT'lll/Wl  bi;il|(i  I'ppit'i  Willi- P'l  iniyi'lilmt lu  u,'!ilM'.,nfli)i|i��  ki!i,'pljifii Um iiomiiiiiii ii  pl'CNW'1.   ll  fyjifolhpi �����n--l'i'bp:��   tifuaior   lor  two  'li'y��i .I'fiif-'i!!"! Ih-'Iom-1 ,Um! !"ur I'piPhd'ii'.  ccfi will hit hirpdii hnin Nioiiiimoi Kup'.'r  Ihliibill Wf'/'hi/li; Mlmiioii; Kipnl'iopi*; W|l<  llipnij-   liiiloi;   I'i'oIIInIi   I'll".'   Hiind   l'r��>|i|  l,ii .|i|o tp)d <l.-i|"'-.')|)|{ mmiw> I'roh) T'-'ifni'i;  apd ,Ki|i-)i) Jslapil, |'ri|)';ii Ibip'.'i'i,  , I'url'oripaiM/r.'H will lio nlvon i|l I'l'lnn;  (ii.'ui/O!; Willliimn .Lake; |\nn)|o(ipn; Mci',  rill; Vernon; 'Iffiliwmii I'miiIIcIiiii; Muph'  KidnKi ��Surr<!yi Vii.'lorja; ��� Niipnhnuf aii'i  i.'iiilln/i, iho irpic nl I'ovyojl Mly'ir ')n '-Nily  IhI, wlii'ii'l|ie |ai||(||i wl)| ipurcb in llm  ^p,uui4o..ii iiuLpi^w^  rill, Th'! .irilioi) In o.N-bcctod in iiiiii im i'  pv/ir l|JfOi|rK llio li|iir Will lnlUi III) day;'  r>linli'l)ln nl lln.' Hi,m;||iiII lb'|i|(li.'|ici.'Iinvc  k.'oii wurklnn linr.rl, priii.'linli��'h" ovin'.v  nlnlil, I'llpbhiiilopi! miiimIc Iciaibcr.Mr. IVJ--I  I'lillrpboll hii;i, bi.'cii loiii'hliiH Ilium iniiiur  ninl Hit' hiiph in, ppdny ||nV ilh.-ocilpn nl  Kiilhor Ibijiloji, Tlililni'ii picpilii'in ul Hi,'  rli.'chojl liuiirl aro uii'lnr |!' yearn iiii), I It,-  b<:li)M ll yib'i; .apd iho o|i|ci;i  oiuslr- and   lo   i.'o*orill;ifP'-  p|iiy|li|( will) ipiirohliiK l)i|ti l��!pp �� lr'i!'nob"  doiiH  i.'hiil|ep|{o  to ,'Uip- yopni-KlorH  who  wojj (p.,'! Hlpii'l.  at .Sechelt l!',|i;-  monlary School liuil T|��ursday Who'n Ihey  piirtlcipiilnd in I ho openin/i of ll)i! now  i��!|)ool lmi|d|p/{ w|iii oNcopllopal iiipI  Ul'.'V will be r.'Nporieni.'iyl llllli: |iii,i|il����  lloiillli! wliofi ihoy ruHirh Irom iho -:i(l  <ln,y loiiiv .  II i�� expected thai lln: II hunoH fh.'i.-or-  al'i.'d   wilh"   l|(|i|ni)i'ii /'will   hiiiin , Ihrpii/'h.  f'l!(!l)l!l|   Oil   ll|0   l)ll||'||||l|{   pf  ,Ul\y   12||ll,  ',  I,()cii) po'npli; w|/i|i|i)i< lo |rnV|,'| 'hi  J'owi.'ll MlVor to nee Ibo T'alloo n|ioiild  i.')|i)i!l( wlH(-l||o bus dnp()| un It in1 pndoiv  nbiorr Hurl piiiiiIm npi |)|.>lii|( f.'hni'leriid I'or  I)ii,> occaHJoli, ',    -  [mm mm .mm ^mim piii  JU^E \9r: 1971  ,flERRY .FfiPM PAWN TO 5:30 P.M. PPAPMHP  in Sctfinii in  fishing limits' frnrri' GnWor ���prtirjl. In Spcrpi Goyc op'!  ,ii Mp lo iho S|<ookMir)cl-)iik.  1 '.'-.'    .'.      " ,     ...      ,. .     ,''.,.        ,    . ���., ,.  Pfonpr ��f $ PM-  :.T|c|*cf'i- qf dppr "��� ��� ,..'-,,'"���,  c|  50c GblMrph  ��r��.v>  /-^a-'.K^V'^  ' Tlm ('mib.'nplal Tour In I'x.ini' npop-  noi'iul ,hy IU-!," ('oploipilal f'opimlllor!  ll)?|( and fiiudii I'roiii iho Kirfd fi|il/,i!ii'K'  '.'���mil.   Hon,   linihul   IhiwuWi  will   |ruvi.-/  ^w|ili iiio.i'hiiih-oii iiiroiinhoiit.Hii,' hi- day  ' "r-ihr. "  '^i*'*<T^**''**M''l'*'**'"'V'^w*^,'*'''H'*'''-^ r"T"-��--ri  Wn|lfif,S,afp|y ooya/  "l^noulof billow If) fl.  cipioo, II iifxiol, IfANQ  ON lo ilio wim 111)111  youn)'��!,s|  14.   Tn-Ji-iir-r  -^��V��rl^��  hull) milvus,  *���_��_  iiii|iliiiii|iilliiiiiiii|llllililini||iiiii|i|iiiiiii|iiiiiiiiiiii|iiiiiiil|i|iiii|iilli|i|iiiiin  4...,.,  (on  - -  JUNC-lQfh : ���  -  I ,   , ,    . .  UPGEWATW SWPIOS,  DAVIS PAY  >#4l#4t#t-^rM|4VMM����f-'f-��-^��-^^  00000.,00,��^.0,jH^mm.f*i\m ��i-i>i��!���%,��.,p.w^wf*.M^i.^#^^��>^^Mi>..Mi^.^li..w.^.l  ti,i��*mmmim��000m,i����i,'��w00*0m00mm0m00~000m00mm*  Ij/lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhllllllllllllllllllllU^  i I ���<*!���> "���'���''���  I '  ������ ���. '        '   - I    '     '      " (  ^?* lower 0*Ly/i  ow  3?^*'  ST. HILDA'S HAIL'  Juije 19th'.-, ?-S p��m*  APUUTS 80c - CHM-PREN 254  |<l.iFRE5HMI:M",  l'AIH4i  .,.,, .t.,���,,!.  . ,. .         ' ��� ���"�����'"t'lfia"!".' mw  ../-.UANT .SALE  ooQj*\ mm  41, jf.,.  ii         i       'ii       imi ���   n   'ji   1"i .i-.|JJ.-J|- i���if - -i^r"-["i' 7'."7  ��Y����vw����m����*w(l(i^in����i^  SECHELT AGEWCIfES DATE ."PAP  ��� TfiM.f"** yotpipdirr pi cppijnfl ovop'o fo q uor-vlco of S|EG|-.f:I.J AGL:NC|E5  hjl^, Phopo, l"��n|in<i|q TfmQ�� direct, fqr frpo |l��iln����#. upwIfylnM'-''Pfit��,;  Ppd!',' P|oq*�� nolo Ibol sppco Ik |lm||cc| ppcl Noipq piivopco il()|B�� fpq"/ '  hqyq fp yyolJ ||)c)f pftp; p|so l|iqt ��|)U l�� P "riinilpdor'' |)Mlpu oply qpd  conool qlwoyii copy fpll d��|a||8, '     v '   ,  |l^^^  hint.' 9 fl p.m, S��r.|i��|l I.oiimwi floll, liliiii^,  ^ni)li,4lh^2.u,iy\,~$tr...l.lihlq!i.4,M^ ���  JI\tpnAdi^.il\,,p.in.^Sui*hu\i4iidim*lMl**ilh\)W  .Ippi)   |2 H 'p.tp,   Vyo|��|ii)i|' llpqc.)) ''I'lqll,   Aoin   II   l'oli,'|iq-��fir��  /N^Ml.���  ".Guhfiiuj M'f'ullno! .      ���. \        ' .., ,    ���  M\pa I'd 2:*|() pip, Surholi |.o(|lon |-ln|l, Sr, Cllhooii |:cii|punlcq| r.l|i|K,h .,  bcfvlni,       '      ,  JupD  19���2 p.m.'B p.m. St, lii'l-l-)'-. Holl, ScrbcK Gordon. Club Flower  Show,      ' .' ' ',  Ipno l'i - Finm ilnvyp lo 5:3') p.ip, Soc'IipIi Pod K, Gnu Sqlmon, f>��|by.  Juno 1.9 ������ (1 p.m. Sur-liclt pod tl Gun ClubhuuMj, Sou Food I'-lnncr.     -  . Ji|Oii ai-'-'l p.m, il��H|lih Cunlitr -f��iUs*��hi., Umuth 311 O.A.P.O, Punulor  /V'.'plIlK).  lonn It A- -liom 11 n.ip, k-tluli | i!i|lu)i Hiill, Ho;.|illfi| Am<iliiiiy |lt/vi)ribi)  Slylti Aiininil Fun'broil.      ����� ' .. ,  ���"��..' ,   '������ ; ���       ,      '    .     ' ,,''  A^ WP Om mi^ATAJ-PGUE OF REAI, ESTATE  iMiililpIo Miring SflryfFi  Vonpouvor Poo) f^l*��i��  .,   ���,.���.u,..flo'id.,,������,,,.',,,���,���  REAI. ESTATE'  JH$MKAHC��S  jWrVim  >ho-i0 m-%%*M%  Box 128, SccWfr, PC  vs  f-iS  Ai  V*.  i.   V.'.  at  f   ^"*Wl  fS&Bt:  to  t%M  *%< is  M  *    w_-  m  -��'  r,  I  i  J  A)  A  ,<'���*  ;/;  i<  :**���'  I- ^v  ^w 'fe-^'**-.*^**l*_<s&*^--'��i^^ f^fsa**" ifff^r**^ P^t-n^nn^M"*^"
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THIS J§ the tfipe of year when irpPS"t game
birds anil garpe animals a.re rearing
their yourig.
Dogs u-np'ng $\ large car-'create havoc
among nesting %\yds and anwals with
fawns and ealves a,t heel.
•Pr James If^tfer, .director of the Fish
and Wilwfe Pranch, in a statement issued
totjay, requested that all dot* owneis
pialie every effoit to Keep their dogs
ppdei control at least foi the pexf six
weeks until the young buds and animals
aie -n a better position to tend for themselves in the wild,     '
'. LAST PRIZE $1*®00
£0 GAMES IN ALL
SATURDAY, JUNE. 26th - BsOO -p.m.
ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HAM,
In *AM of Roberts Creek Fire Deportment
For Tickets, Phpne Simp*"ons-Seqrs 886-2252 or 886-7100
SPONSORED BY ELPHINSTONE RECREATION ASSOCIATION
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Membership Drive
.Putting, tha'r weight behind - a Gibsons AtHletie/ Association membership driye in Gibsons on Saturday $
young members of tbe Gibsons Lo-C
group1 did a trerne-ndpus .selling job..
On left Mayor Wally Peterson stakes
st clali*n with Ida Henderson and Debbie WondeFink outside the, Co-op
Store, while Graham Edroey of Ken's
•lucky Dollar supports ^the booth man-^
ned by Roberts Stevens and Ted
Hume. -
ACCOUNTANTS
RALPH C   DUCKWORTH
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
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Telephone; 885-9515
SECHELT, B.C.
Telephone: 886-2912
. GIBSONS, BC
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Investor
C^mille/furynekand Heather White
were two of-'mVi8''you%"'Fiebple''who''
-"WOi-keiHTr7^^
memberships in Gibsons Athletic Association. This booth was located at
Sunnycrest where. Lome Smith is
pictured purchasing his membership.
Young people assist
cause of recreation
-,-*HA-BIj"2S-—were set up. and manned from
- '10. a.m. to 4 p.m.-Saturday June 5, to
sell memberships and solicit- donations
■for the Gibsons Athletic Association, at
the Super Valu by Heather White and
"Camille Turynek; Pat Whileand" David
V.'.hite; John Sleep and Richard Egan.
At Ken's Lucky Dollar by EJinily
Fraser, and, Haren Vaughani Ted Hume
and.. iiu'jer't, gteyefls-, QmiillP... fpfyoph
a'fS; flren'd-r i Mpttlpi'fr -'Shifts cliaiiBed
every -2 11ours so 0a mi He helped at both
tables. They all belong to the United
Church  L(0W-C grade 7 group.
A third table was set up and manned
at -iho Gibsons Co-op by Debbie Won-
derink and Ida Henderson; llandi Hansen
und Ann. Ingles; _ Cindy Myslicki and
Jackie Ingles, a group of Port Mellon
young people.       '"':''    '    '". ''■
All  these   kids-fee!  slron'ily   l,hirt  all
chidron. should .have  llie/o^portuni'ty  qf
participating in Kports, Their, willingness
to do'something lo help rath'er Ihan just'
-(.'oiTipain is so very conUirendube." A very
large THANK-VOU'.vfor, a" job well (lone .
t goes  lo  all 'li-esd"^duii-- jiojiplo  —   lhe"
eonlinunity is a mticli be|.lor'."puco lo live
because of 'them, ■ . -■,
Former Redrooffs man
married in Vancouver
,AT a prelly  iniuive und  wliile wri'dding
"oA Mny 23 ul  llni'J'oihpIn Hliolom In-
, .yiiiu'ouvor,   u   l'()ini«iV-l'ni"|ri(TTTt*~nr—Itnrl-'
' rnnl'1'n, Tli'iiiifiri' Miclrnul Foley,'-niiii of Mr:
und Mi'n, Douglim I'olny, limit km |i|h bride
I'luilKi IIiiko,    ilotiii Pnl/.iiiuii, (ImiHhlnr of
Mi;, und Mil', .luck J'ulznnui of Vuiu'-'iivi.t,
|'iui|l  puw. of ,llio   leinplir  Wiih  decrirulnd
Willi   wliile  (IuIhIiih   uiul   iiiinives I'lliluiiiH,
•   The ll'rldu, In u  while Hnee-Uniglh droim
with     a    sculloped,     punrl-riinliroldiirnd
iieol'liii'!, uuriiod n IioikimdI,nf umiinnntiH
unil myrliiii, Hho  wim nlKmihiil  by "Mm,
Duvlrl   Murphy,   w«ujlii("   u   lwhliu   und,
innuvd   I'lowni'tiil   dri'im   nnd   jiurrylng   u Mi
ulilmlii rif pule phiK roues,, Muhj iii'un wiin?
Mr,   I'eloi" K/iiii'liild  of Cnliuiry,  AIImhIu
«-iiimI iiHlii'rn wi'rri Mr, Ihiberl'I'uillii/doii,
I'oiiiilii ui Um bi'lilu, nnd Mr. Duuii 'Dim.,
Illlll'll,  I'Ulllllll  nf  l|iu uruoin,   , ';
•--r~-''l'lu-""-m,r)iiiri nf-'tiin iirmrr"W"7rii iiii	
.,.,j!liii'!iiililu,,jiL,,iHil)i iii'!iun„iilll,,:,mui...L,ii|u,,*
iiiullii'r n( Ihu /'I'linni ,wiirn n cruii'in <-u»-
.iioinlilii  wllli niiiiivn,,iii!<!<iiimirUiri.-  .-'
Hulibl .1, lleubniih |iiirl'(irmni| Ibo
rlnulrli-riiil" rTioiiuii.iy ntr |||ir brldii uiul
KiKKiii id ond under llm lluppub u'unupy)
rwhli'h wiiji, lirtlil by llm brldn'ii brnllKim,
I'lillllp iui'iI Murtiiy ninl Ibo ni-ooin'fi
lirull'iii'ir, Hlnplmii' mid Kolly, In ui'iioi-
duiii'iV wllli Jnwit'li Irudilio/i, lln: r.»r«i-
"tim/iy l/H'/dded lhe • |iii!,iMni! iiC ii "j-limtt
by, Ihu, iptittin  in nymlinllii u imw/IM'd of '
llU|l|)ll|l't.H,
Al  ii H'l'i'iillun  wlili'li'lolliiwiMl ul   tint
lioiiie nl-lln' brldi>'ii jiilri'iilM un   I'VoiulIn ,
Mlri'i'i,  lhe  imtni   in  Ilin brldri wuh  pro.
llomMl  by  Mr, .lu.'ii'pll ('lurii,  KnlliiwIiiK u,
liuiM-yiiioii ul  Hinil'l'. llm iie\y|yw«tdn will
lulu1 up ii'ii|di!iii'i> In VuiM'o-ivi'r.
Amonu  Uiui't'  ulli!iidlnn  Ibo   wnliliiiit ■
"-■vrnt' id*' /Jtr-'-rn';? /{/'infiryIIfcrr Mcr ICJ,	
I'Mniiind;, iiml Mr»   Ilnby Wiinio nf lh»d,
ruoff,'., ht„ uiiiii  f uii.lr, Mr. uiul Mm,
0, Av<r wilb fib,inin ul Wi'i.l /'iM'Imli, bid
lfi*;nl iiinii',   Mr.   'I'niu   l-'uii.y   nl  H<'n|i|f>
und Mi,   uiul Mi,., .l.mK ('|i''mi>nbi of <ilb-
".rrriiif,"
T)i>' /irr-um-i* fiurilly~)m, 1>h-|- hm,,
iluled wllli Hln Kiiiinlilim <;'uuhl for ovi't
ntiviiply your*. Un 'In n /■ii-nl-/(i|ibdi.oii pf
lliu1*!!!!*! Mr, A,lb*nt '»'!, Jiminn wlio'flml
i'iim-1. ni H/iJfmi)on Huy urouiid 11)1)1) upd
wlm died In naor/iiinmlo, CaJIfornlu in
Jl)il7rut llm" up id iiii, t     ,
■   ,     ,    " " ; -     '' i    ' •   .
W.  Philip Gordon
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567
Harris -Block, Gibsons," B>C".    ,s
•        ■ .--,-,:'-'     -'"»»J;  -'   '  ">vJ.
APPLBANCE REPAIR
TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES
Repairs to large or small appliances
JOHN BUNYAN
Davis Bay Phone 885-9318
ART SUPPLIES
Telephone 886-2069   v
t^si^stxrt^ntmprtsis
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
deo'er for Duncan's Ceramic products
Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.
P.O. Box 62, Gibspns, B.C.
AUTO SERVICE
SECHELT HOME SERVICE
Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires
24 Hour Towing
885-2812 or 885-9979
BICYCLES
BICYCLER
     REPAIRS - PARTS 7 TIRES PTC FPR
.-■r*$1GYGU&:-'■MlNI$:*-MQWfl--GY€i-&) '
Call Quick Dick ot Cycle Sales &i Service? at the
RENTAL SHOP - Phpne 885-2848
IF DICK CANT FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YOUR
MOTHER-IN-LAW
BUILDERS   (continued)
TRICON jPEVELOPMEHTS LTD,
CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-FAB HOMES
High Quality . .'. Reasonable Prices'   *
Buy a  Package and erect it yourself, or get
pur professional help. ,      . ' -
GARDEN BAY, B.C. Phone 8B372723
"EASY-LOG" VACATION HOM6
CONTACT     .
Vince Brqciewell at
886-7720 Hopkins Landing, B.C.
For Horizontal, Vertical True Log Building by
CANADIAN LOG STRUCTURES LTD.   '
BUILDING SUPPLIES
READY-MIX CONCRETE AND
BUILDING SUPPLIES
. Your.One Stop Building Store
For AlloYouT0uTJdirig Tweeds
GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.
1653 Seaview - Phone 8863642
TWIN CREEK LUMBER
BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.
Dial 886.2808
When You Need Building Supplies r
1      Give Us A Call
FREE ESTIMATES
BUY DIRECT FROM MILL
$0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.
Cut all size^rTirriber Qnd~Planl<:.rDimer^sronal
Lumber and Plywood. We deliver on the
Sunshine Coast.
Check Our Prices Before Buying.
TRANS? PACIFIC MILLS LTD,
1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.
Phone Vancouver; 321-2388 - Locah 886-7036
CABflMST TvflAESEraS
I !
BLASTING
CONTROLLED BLASTING
ALL WORK INSURER,
FREE ESTiMAltii
FRED DONLEY
Pender Harbour - Q83-2403
WATER SURVEY SERVICES
For Expert Blasting
FREE ESTIMATES
Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emorson
R.R. V, Sechelt, B.C, "
BRICKLAYING
A. SIMPKINS
Box 517 - Scc|ielt( B.C.
Phone 005-2132
OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &
. CABINET SHOP
HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS
FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE
KITCHEN AND..BATHROOM CABINETS
Our Cabinet Units Are AH PreHiinshed Bfiloro
|nsla||qtion.,
R, BIRKIN -— Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.
Phono 886-255)
CONCRETE
NORTH COAST CONCRETE
Foundations - Driveways, etc       '
Alf Harper Office 883-2240
Madeira Park Res, 883-2223
CONTRACTORS
COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING
' : LTD-'     {' •
Fill, Comenl-GrpYel, DrainlRocK, etc,
Box 89, Madeira Park
Phono 883-2274
CONTRACTORS (Continued)
PRECAST CONCRETE
SEPTIC TANK INSTALLED
GOVERNMENT APPROVED
FREE ESTIMATES
Excavations r Drainage - Wa'erljnes Etc.
Business Phone 886-2231
Home Phone 886-9579
DISPOSAL SERVICES
SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL
SERVICES T.TD,
PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE   '
Tel: 88672938 or 885-9973
Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.
When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.
Containers Available.
ELECTRICIANS
ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.
Residential - Indusrriql and iVrarine Wiring
Electric Heat i Ljrre.Wprk
Phone 886-7244
BILL McPHEDRAN
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Free Estimates
Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons/ B.C.
jim Mckenzie
elecffrical contractor
__R||Mfntig]_ Wrjn^jpnd Major
Appliance Repairs ...
PHONE 885-9978
Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.
SIM ELECTRIC LTD,
Electrical Contractors
Wiring Sypplies - Electric "Heat
Sechelt - Phone 805-2062
Scrying lhe Sunshirrp Coait for a quqrtcr century
FUEL
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BUILDERS
G, CROWTHER
liUILDING CONTRACTOR
A-IVi'lniJi) mill Pru-prilrtt I'kicIwI
Convunlionnl Fiainliirj,
Call 003-27^6
it
R,R. 1, Madeira ParkrB.C.* '"
|:reii f:e»tlma(ou - |:at.t Sqrvico
G & W DRYWALL
iJrywoll ocf/KKlIc nnd |fl«lniod culllnrj),
N<"W turvlno Glhw-rin orcr firnl lliu l'<j|i|riMi|n,
Phono 884-5315
Pox 1A6, PortMullon, B,C,
JOURNEYMAN BUILDER
— EXPERT FINISHING ~
A|luri-|||o-i> 7 A'ldlllonn - |<lli.||u|i nnd
llqilirnom-i n ii|~iir.|o|ly    "■'   1   i
KAYCRAWiillAW     .
UK J, Sathr.p, l),C, - I'Iiomo 003-2198    ,
COR ZUI0EMA
pur All Your R'-novollr-m;: Hepnlra
i mid p-jtol/iul WoiK,   "
Phona 885 2135
STUCCO
, Old Homes A Specialty-
GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION
Slucco & Masonry Contractor
»,    '    PRANK FRITSCH       '
Phone 886-9505
Box 522 - Gibsons, 'B.C.
L & H fJWANSQN tTD,
KEADY-MIX COMCKi-TI-
..„,. ,„J.»'l'lil<lr«i><lX"Mrv«l- -U'r'.Mirrun——...—..
l''|V;lilng - I'f-tcnvnilniik1
^orr|cj=jfA jjknneolpCK™
005-96A6,  Box" 172, Socholt, B.C.
ANApiAN     f ROPANE
50^100'the Sunshine Coast with reliable.and
economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.
' FREE ESTIMATES l
Phone 885-2360
Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.
RNIE WIDMAN      -.•;;". '
for all your
,SSO PRODUCTS
IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER
Phone 083-2663
Madeira Park, B.Ct
For Your Fuel. Suppliea
,,, PANNY WHEELER ',     .,   '
ynnr
IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT
886-9663 - Hopkins Landing
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PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.
QIBSONS       .
(     ( ESSO OIU FURNACES
No downpoymont - Bank Intorc-it, .,.	
Ten.yoars to poy   '    '\A !
for froo Bitlmata—Call 8H6-2720
Complele llrro of oppllonco*   ;
000*m*m—iw nl .0m*mmm0******m0***0*0***,0*\\mn hi ■■ ■■!
HAIRDRESSER
HOUSES
FALARON FARM
Excellent facilities available for boarding and
riding ypwr horse. .— ■
* Individual PqddocKs "* Lighted Sqwdust Ring
* 'A mi|e Exercise Track * Bridle Trail
REGISTERED BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE
R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C. Phono 886-7729
JANITOR SERVICE
Welcome to The Floorshinp Coast
HOWE SOUND
JANITOR SERVICE
Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing
Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning
RUG SHAMPOOING
Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.
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JOHNSON'S'
BUILDING MAINTENANCE
Specializing in:
Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,
Rug Cleaning. All types of^ Building--
Mointenance, Floor Installation.
Window Cleaning.
PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.
Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.
MACHINE SHOP
At the Sign of the Chevron
HILL'S MACHINE SHOP
& MARINE | SERVICE LTD.
 Machitie-Shp|x=-Arc and-Acty^eldlno
Steel Fabricating — Madnfii Ways
Automotive and Marine Repairs
Standard Marine Station
Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886.9326
fVJAJJINAS
GIBSONS mmm SERVICE LTD,
at ESSO MARINE
<3as - Diesel Repairs - Welding
Evinrude Sales -OMC Parts & Soryica
Boot Hqtiling
Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.
Madeira "Marina Ltd.
. '      Dealers for: r
Eyinrude O.M.C, - K&C Thormoglqss - Surillnor
Spring Bok and Pionqor,
Also PlLirribing Fillings and Fixtures, .
Pender Harbour - Phono 883-2266
NURSERY
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Land Clonrlng. Land Dovolopmont
Road Biiilding. Road Work
Oq||
OSRORNE LOGGING CO. LTD,
Uax  109, Socholt J |",C,
    ,     ;P»ione 8fl579767
,.,,.„,..,__WOlf LD ,.VOU, MKR*- „.:_«„,.._,
An   iid<lllloin»   All   nllarollonP   A   iww   hunuif
piipolri? A new floflif.'V".r*noinlu"sif''IIK'o Si; Moiy'r.
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WINDMILL CONSTRUCTION LTD,
.irvln'«i> Mind/np, U.C,   '      I'hm HHWAU
Uovfl piKwigo ol Horlioiif Moiors,
Don I Uookt, ova|l#|i>-iX. pj|annlr»tf flwlUwco,
P K RENTALS
Madeira Park, B.C.
11
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Phono 803-2240
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PHONE 80S9550
RON'S CONfR^CtlNG
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nindlnc" • rill • Mood Ginyiil - friii-,li»ii| lt,„M
Phonof Sochnft, 005 9550
Vour lh-->|n<!!>s Cnril
In Ihis hpncp will
r«<jch nonrly 10,000 poo|ifut'
Low ct-tit • flloli powor   *
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ANN'SCOfFFURES     ™    -;
Noxl |6 Iho Co-op Store        >
Gihnon* 886-232?
, SECHELT BEAUTV SALON
Comjiloio  Holrtlrosslnij* Sorvlco I3y
Pr«|fi'>'"l''nal Slaff,
CoiVrlo Sfroot Phona B8S-281 fl
HEATING ^ SHEET METAL
HAU SHEET MErA
pon)06iic - ComtWrc-lpl,- liiflusirlql
Telophono 885-9606
Box 164, Socholt, B,C,
"TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET—
METAL
Oil, - |-.LI:CIRICA GA!>
No down fiq/inoni ■, '
Phono 083-9494
OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING
> Oil. -----lil) WATtrt-HEATI'R**.
Nothlnrj Poyvn *--> 10 Yoor» lo Pay
'  *"\'       Llohl pliimblnb '""
' Roy BloncliQ        ! Madeira Pork
883^01 803-2778
i  .       MACK'S NURSERY
,;   Roberts Creek
'• SUNsfllNECOASt HIGHWAY
Landscaping'- S|iruhs - Fruit Trees - Forllllzor
Perry nionlB-Bedillng Planls-Poat M"^
Fully Mccn&ctl Pasilcldq Sjjffiylng for
;, ••       -.arulScrrpliig nqd Trcos    :    '
Phone' 886-2684
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FRAMK E* PECKER, OPTO^RTRIST
■!'•". ' -*'-Bali'BlockV'GI»80n«^'i. '':>A
Every V/odnesday
,-■ .      ,     886-2248
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ftHOTQGWAPHEWS
PENINSMU PHOTOGRAPHERS
i   A Co-|i|i!HI'- I'liolofirniililc S'liylna .
WIRINGS 0,1'OKiHAI 1.S ■ l-ASSPOKT!"
„.;.„....„.,..-„„,.' COMMEKCIALv-   -•.       '
C, ABfRNKTHY
vJ^^QIMffn«»ff»C.,e.Fhftn>-.flrli(f7'tl/4^^.Li-.
PLUMBING
SEASIDE PLUMPING
Gibson*,
f'lun>l"lii[l - Plnollllliifj. Sl.o'inillllliif" ■
I lot Wrrior Hrjnlliifj - l'l|"n 1-ooOlnu
'   FREE'llSTIMATliS I
Phono 086-701^ oi B86-284B
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"RENT IT AT"
'      THE,RENTAL SHOP
at pavls Boy
"W-r Hum n\ Sr1!!! AIiiiom livorylliliif'"
- TyiHiv/iiluu. - U(|liliii(i I'lmiU - ThIdvI-iIoiiii-
Unlu Tlllun. . Cninmil MIa'/mi - l.uwn I'riKwit
Mmlioii'lc'i. I'or rib
I'llONI: «H!i.'.»iHfl-J» 'M IIOUK t)|;f(VK:|.''\
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UUMNIVi DII'ICTOKY
TQ RI-ACM
10,000 phopLr   '
THE> TIMES, 085,9654
BIESTAURANfB
EARLS COVE RESTAURANT
Open 9 a.m.-to the last Ferry
Home Cooked Canadian and
European Dishes
JOE AND MARY FRASER
Tel: 883-2747
DETAIL STORES
C & S HARDWARE
SECHELT, B.C.
APPLIANCES - HARDWARE
HOME FURNISHINGS
.     Phone 885-9713
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TASELLA SHOPPE
. Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear
Yard Goods - Bedding - ^Linens
Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.
THE TOGGERY
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Open six days a week
Phone 885-2063
Cowrie Street, Sechelt
SEWING MACHINES
Bernina & Omega
Sales, Parts, Service
SUNSHINE
EWING
ERVICE
- FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740
SPORTING GOODS
CLIFFY BOATS
& ACCESSORIES LTP,
Fishing Supplies - Boats new and
Used , . . Large & Small
885-9832 Sechell
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SURVEYORS
ROY & WAGENAAR
B.C. Land Surveyor!
Mqfine Building - Porpoise Bay.
Sechelf, B.C.
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
TAXI
HARBOUR TAXI LTD.
Harbour Motor*
S|ie|| Gas qnd Oil dnd Repairs,
24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service,
garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, BfCj
Tel; 883-2414
TIRES
COASTAL TIRES
S-iniMno Coast Hiahway
Rok 13, Glbipri*, B.C. , Pl.ono 006-2/00
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Frlrjoy eyphlno hy oppolntmcnt only. *
TOWING
Scow* -— Log*
SECHELT TOWING & SALVAG0
.      LTD.
I-Im-iyy l:f|u||J|nu|i| Movllip Hi I.OQ ToWlflU
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TRANSFER
LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER
■I:l«ilfcnhflj(| Movllio, Pniil-l-i. SlnrttaV  „
Pntiidim Mnlorloln I'or Sqlo
M«'inl)«i nl rMiivd Van l-lnov
Conodo's No. I Movmn
Phono 886-2664, R.R, 1, Glbsoni, R.C,
HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD~
N ' WAREHOUSE „.,;.,; ■-„ , J
Sochalt 8815.2118'"« Glhions 006-2173
DAILY Sf-RVICI- FROM VANCOUVER
■   serving ti \tiirlih\Wmmim
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tRAJL BAY CARTAGE
Phono -
88S-2848 Anytlnio
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UPHOiSTEIIY       ,;
BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY
AND DRAPERIES
RinipliiilMailnn » Rodtylioo -. Camplola DroiMry
hin vie n - Somploij iliowf) In lliu horno
Phono 886-2060 ntim 6 p.m.
.     or 806-2873     \
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'  .'-*"'  p ^rtf*-  -��   -**   /iTw^VV-V '���.^^U ���*'�������� -^  ������ "11'  ,*0. >     ." ��� - \       ��� 4 *5-r' r "   .       4*  ''"{ -V^"- -:*V'V-.4I^" '"1"  ft*  i  Report  ���The Times' Otta-,yp Bureau  ECONOMY W A CCHWER  .OTTAWA���Wlion }l*p gqven'me--t lepvn-  pd recently lhat the mini her pf pp-  ompjoyed "hud met pas-ed hy ft,0Q0 m /Vpi d .  instead ot -"(ruin down by fiO.rjiOU, i| Ipokcd  hlu> (he traditional ���,m(aqn ip-pre ol lhe  llqor painter whp had painted ���hipispU  iptp a ('inner  Bpl m Ihis ease tho p��aint may not  dry soon I'nmiyh loi the puintci to escape  with only pp i"ii'1-ninihscd tfnp pn Ips  fpee   lnsLead-lhe. painter* orrtho piYcrpp-iciit  may Und Us ciedibihly phpus! desppyed  ���uul Und itsell laced yvilh a public thai  seuously questions its eompetenee  Tho past winloi has boon a had oVic  as tai as nncniplpyinent was concerned  But it was nol as bad as many economists  had piedtrted They thought that m Feh-  uiaiy oi Maioli lhe lupnhei ot ipblcss  might ieach 7!i0,000���about 10 pei cent  ol lpu labour lorce  Ai'tiiiill-,, the lamest total ol lobless  icached dining lhe wmtei was about  dttO.OOl)  llowevei while unemployment was  suveie, at! economic indicators pupilcd to  improvements in llic eondilionb foi lind-  my woiU in Canada The jjovei nmeiit believed these mdicdtois It decided against  u.sinu its Qconomic muscle to create jobs  and opted  instead to light  nidation  And --'lnance Minister JSdgar. Benson  confidently predicted that pnepip'pyn-.ept  would constantly decline for the rest ol  the year- on a seasonally-adjusted basis,  the figures which take, into account summer peaks apd winter valleys in -unemployment rates.  For several weeks after . Mr. .Benson  made this prediction, p.looked good. The  olhpr economic indicators all continued  to improve', Bousing starts increased. Retail sales increased. -Consumer credit in-  creased. Shipments by manufactprers increased. Everything pointed towards . a  boom in the economy.  Then came the release of the figures  for unemployment in April..They stunned  Ottawa. The number of jobless was up  fl.(Klf). This, is a month when the numbei  (if unemployed .usually drops substantially. The rtfiult was'an iherease in the  seasonally-adjusted unemployment figure   frpm six per,,cent,,iq (f.7 per-cent,   ���  There was little lliC" government could  say to explain lliis figpre. It tried .to  I'linvince people that it was only a oiio-  inonlh finite, the result oi' lhe hard winter and late spring. Mr. ' Benson, suggested that it was only a seasonal fluctua-  ���iyn'Mid Ihal the May figipes. would show  unemployment   going down again.      '      r  Opposition Leader 1'oberl Stanfield  Scornfully dismissed this wjth the comment, -If Mr. Benson had been Finance  ...Minister in 1020 he would have dismissed the crash as a 'seasonal fluctuation'."  ��� The government looked bad on the  issue. And it was stuck. It couldn't take  any action to combat unemployment because it had previously argued against  Ule necessity of such action. It was like  a man who had painted, himself into a  corner.  ��n '.���)"�����,,-,9Ji.e��� (.fi'^-H .!"',(J repeatedly  saKl In-'i^coipny .^ up  *'-��*���'tBn*''��jB*&'-'i^ H. Pp  the pllier, side, jt hadVwarpp.d ^ilie growing, d'mgor which any sijrnPlj'is ' would  nirly worsen.  So the government has round"" itself  hi a posilirfu where irpipsl sMid pa(  Meanwhjle members of the opppsilion,  .sonie prpyjiKiia) governments und other  Canadian have urged economic action  of sippo !cjnd. ���   ��� ���  They rejected Mr. Benson's arguments  Ihal  everything  is satisfactory,  pointing  ��� lo Hie finance minister's |���1(|  |r(U.|5  ,.L>1!.  nrd   llwil   has  suddenly   boeume "phA'dnus,  In turn, Mr. Benson lias said that, iiny  uelinii   to   eliun/m   l|io   (lirecljop   pf , |.|,ie  iii.'oni'iniy .will be hiuippiuhhI in libs hudgoi  ,'planned for the,'middle of .lime.    '  Hi|(.')l answers have 'psl  iin.'iiianed l|ie  r.'IfiUMir uf opposilion, to Mr, lionsun from  -   penplo who say he ha.s.po righl In bring  down aiii-tlKir hiidget   having been  proven wi'iipg in financial dei'lsions he has  : niad'! in lhe pasi,  Thin (mention of creilihiljiy, |,s prnlm-,  ���lily a, greiilrir ���|Tm''miI   I'o iho Mirvivnl of  lhn giivorninnnl  Ihun is, the HliwifkIiIr������"-'  , warij iiisue of iiiioiuployniniil, I'eoplo urn  mnro l||tiijy-|-) vole ir/iain,Hi n giiviiriimniil  Jf��� iJ-iiy buliovn il d(ii!H|)'|  know whnl  il  , 'in dplng  llinn  ihey urn  if  I liny   mnnily  linllovp  ll  lias1 burin ipinliln In nvniil  un '  uii<iiiiplii,y|)i(iill prnbl,ei|i,  .Tlm gnvi)rpiii<iMl known Ihul 'lan|< of  ernilllilllly Iiiiii .|in mi (in|)Iiih|'vu pnlHieal  iiimii,', 11 kppwff-l'hal luck of Cli'erlllilllly In  giiiiiiriiily ,iiri|||iiiliir-i(l iiiih of , ||p> n)ii|ur  :iijason, for Iluii dlsilngiallon ���nf ���llm nd-  liiliiliUrii'lloii ,or'formor UpIIimI ' Hlubin'  iyiinli|iiiil Uyiidop .Ipliunoii,  Mul ll ''''ii'i do iinyililng i|nmiiiii<! in  llm iti'iinomy in ir,y:lii renlni'ii lln i!|'ni||.  h'l'lily lieiNiii-ip'i'iii;|| aellon \viuilil, he ii'ill'-  delcalhi/j. |l hnn ,mi|d rn|iniilnr||,y' In Um  l��'m*l Dili! .mieli iii'llni' in, nol ���inmiWi.' ''  v ��� Ai- ��', rtimill ll iimimI nil iiful wull -  -liim' i|Tn"'Ti7iH-'ni,T,'rnTiiTli)"-JTi!'' iri'i'-iriTSfl  ^ y " * ""*"VT?* Tl"***'''���������"'���'���-���*������������ ��� ��� -^ "^ ��� ��� -��������������^��� ���" ��� "^"*-*���"'"'M'^J?j**ff**'***V*'***'*''* j!i.*!S**"' "V*'"T'" 'J!** m*��i**"** "JZ?  Halfmoon Bay Happmings  Throughout Bn|ish Colui-q^ifi t|us  yedr, the pioneers of Canada UQW UY"  ing in \IC are )-eing hmW^ at  special banquets a,nd i-eceivtn,g pwiv  eer metJals. Rpqdip|- from Ifefl, .the  Centennial Reunion  ladies who attended Seoljelt's cel^-  t-ralioil are- Mrs. Robma Nixon, iyirs  -Zlltliia fvlGerea, Hon fsabpl ftaiyspr*,  W/Lvb  Ceclje August, Mrs .^da Dawe  and  Mrs.  Jennie Ei|ckspn   Geptle-  men are:  lyir   Torn' Forrester. Mr  .*?am Dawe. Mr   Rrpce Rtisfjel), Mr  Willuim !"> a 1c a r, aiid M''   Charles  Kvai*s  ��� Trl'SBE \vill be a general pieclpig ol  A(-ea B lUttui^yei-s' Assoc|nti��p :ij tlm  Weieonie. Beaeli Hall on Salmday. J imp  12 qt tl p p- The' meeting Will be asketl  to appflinl J upminatitU' romii!��tli"-e jo  submii p slate of otlicers Ipr the anmuil  gcpeial  iri'-etmg m  Augp'.t.  Thp next meot|ng of the Ladies Apx-  jhm'Y !(����� the Welcome Bci-ch Conpnuni|y  Apspcintion will be at thp MeCrudj homo  up Monday, .lime btth Pi 7. ir> p in Any  ladies wijling to help wilh the Centennial CpipUiy Fi".-" -on .Tul\ 17th, will be  cordially welcomed v"  WEpDHflG  Mis Stella Claydon was in Vancouver  Oprently to attend thc wedding on May  2[) ot luri grupddaughtei, Iiinda Claydon,  daughtei plv Mr and Mis Geoigc Clay-  dmi,  to Kenneth Cioss ol  Toronto  'IJhe maiuagp was cplebialed at the  Mmaiu Chapel, "Richmond,' with papop  Alan Qreene pifien-ting Both Ihe hr\ilc  and gloom had giadpaled liom UBC two  clays -betoie tluvmaruage and hojh plan  to wqik in the held ol imeation Thpy  have aJieady lei I loi Vicloua when- tpe  gioom has laUcn up n position at St  Joseph's  Hospital  HAPPY PARTY  Dr. and -Mrs. Pon Rutherford liosled  a delightful coclclaii part,t .on :May. 3p.  The occasion wijs their- "3��tli wedding ap-  niversiiry,; put vvhen brother- Archie Ku-  thorford arrived there, -lip was surprised  In'find llup" lhe parly was also in lionor-  of his ,70th birthday-  The dfijighti'pl-r*prch, overlooking Hnlf-  rncipn B.a.y was .hgi-jd'-pn-iely. flpcor-ated. A  long tabje lo.aded with eayiiu'e, mpaibttiis.-  sausage and cheeses also parripd two  t.i'udles bearing the nutivbprs 3ft apd f^-  tl A gifl which ga.ye the pop Bulher-  fords great pjeasure yyas an oil pajntipg  of Jervis "pjet py Ed. yVhitla^pi'. Mr- 'pif!  Mrs. Whiftal'er who- hail tl'Qixt G.dpijdp  arp trt prpsept stayipg at RubylTako and  Ihey like ^rilrislv Columbia so much tipit-  thpy ?p-e. epnsicieripg setlliiig on HittJPp-  ninsuia. Toasts .wore drunk to flie Pon  Unlherfords, to Archie Bulhoiloid and to  Ed. Wt"ittalu;r.  =HfNH3RiEP-���^������    -      - :   Leonard ("raves Hew home from Victoria lasl weekend to celebrate bis lilst  bjrlliday with his family. Amending a  dinner pip'ly in his honor al the home  pf his  sister, M''s-  Bpy Doyle  were  his  ... .parents, Mr!, and -Mrs. .1 im  Graves-, his  " iuipl and uncle, Mr.''and' Mrs. feet. CaT  liloe of Vancouver and the Ed. Tjensvqld  family.  Mrs. Owen Edmuds who has beep a  ^j-^enkJiv--Sl-, -Mary's HospiUil- -spffering  yyilh p b'lpk  injury,  has beep - U-ppsfer-  -  red  to the pi-re of a. specialist  in the  H-lipyfllvpplpmbia  ..HnspHitl, R)pw'  West-  --pppster.  .     .C*Mest of Mrs. Alex Eljis is her mpther,  M.js. 1/iplf.fi ^artlahl of Ga.tfi'p\v whp. js  piuply ftl�� ye-i'is" ympig [\\\c\ "'s eypry  AyqmnpV clrpfim ol hp*.V si\e Vt'o^Ml \\ks-  fp (pale t}i.'-.,].p neurr. tbe pn^'ty ��n;*"i|t,  iBartJen Club pfgpwes  tar Flower Shpi  "V[AIN "iPpie of Inisippis at llm Sci-|iplt-  (**[Pt-clcp plpb meeting held pn June  2|-$n�� St..Hildi"'s^f-ll was the Iprth-  corflj'-g Flpwor Show srhedulc4 L'qr  Sa1\--'t|ny, Jvmp 19th fj-om !J until 8 p.m"  Judges for the June show will be  3\Jr. V. KJrWand; Mr K. Pnullny ami Mis.  Apt). Martin  .^lesiclpnt ol the- Garden Club, Mr  "���'ra���nk Head, was pi ('Minted wilh a emil  sigppd by nipmbuis wishipg him well  pp bis. ivluement hum BC  Ilydrp. _  G'ruaUy .admued was the trophy  wlpeli |be CJ4aiden Club lloip won in the  yfpy Pay  Piuadp  The evening piogramme was devoleil  to a   panel discussipp  on  Fnmplas  The Ciph will take a summer incpss,  hojijing | bp pex| meet pig in 3eptcpibei  :i?lit'|pj Mm spmmer ttiei-p wi|| be twp  ^r'lP'I'tftur; the first on Jupe 7|h iy-i.lt 1]!P  at Mr. C;piini]r B[airspps ip West JSepjiell  tipd op J-tly Hth *tt- Mr- Fi-ap!' Kpiife  ���j|sp jp Wpat Spchpit, T'l'- tbprs ai,-e fiipm  & imli! A '.P-m.       r .   ':���  y  %t0nmp:i^m\i\U%.  . Wtn����VWyMMWW>fV��W<MlwW��MWW^��Jt��MMWW����kMMWt����<4y��.  .  j"? * *   wmm  WATCHES  GIFTS  Wgi|ph pncl Jewellry'  Repairs  H'.   *    *  Phone 885-2421  00*wmn0W**t*��wi.w*000*0**0*0S0*0*0  i'  i  ��� ��� . *AMhJ$)  Jj-'f J AJ&J&  ' * Celebration  ogetber in Secj)el| ip, 1894  r  Infants  Mrs. Opcj-IJB Apigpt, jVlvs. Ada PW  ppd JVIcis. jJenpie Erickspn bayp ep-  joypd p long 'fppri'lsh-lp   over tlip  Sechelt area  yeaVs apd logplber : rppujyed  llieir  picipeer MexJals"' pi- f!"��**' Cepieppial  C!e|e|.)|'ali()p /Ranntb')' ,Iip|(| '    '  llio |>lpi-ptirsj' of c-anaflpi '  M> Imnm  Pioneer mejcial recipieptg  honored at liinclieo& meet  CKNTK'NNIAI* <'b|��iurn of blue apf| i^pld  doeoraled thu jiiliiqiiel room ip ; P|is"p  Marline/, wlpin ��(ji.iin|,l Ceplepnlal pppi-  niilliMi lionoiiriifl the .reoipienlHOf P|pp����r  Modiilfi nl ii liipelieon bold op fluidity,  May .'llllll,  . .   . .'...������ ; ...  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Pave   I'itpl   were-Ipfuiibi' In  licclp-ll   in  Jim,   , ., -.  , 4lmi, pp(i|(iryipg fpr pgnlnlii, piiviiin  lioeii hoi'l) l|i Panada or ll ri!ii|fl(!i)l in  ' Pupndir pi'lrir In iljipii'iry-ln|' |UI|7 yn.yv  Mm, linriiiplibii! Held;'iyjrn, /.,l|ll|ii( MiiCnui,  Mm. Hulipiii .NIniiii; ,|yir, Jlniee Ipimfnli;  Mr. Win, '"���iilMirj.Mr, Clinrlim |i!vim/i; Mi  T, Fprreiib.'i'i My. Huh) Pnwii; vvlin wen,"  all priiMinit fpr t|u.! |ii|'p{|iip|,  llpablii Ip ul.|<-|-ii vyerei MlU Al(ll��H M��"n  jiiTnlivi Mrn,, Wi I'addon] Mm, V, llulhiin,  Hlii.:]* W��llmi'!, Mi'.iWiilifir HiiimVldim.  Mr, W ll, Pyernipl Mr, W, I!, Billlp|isJ��'s  Their ipi'diild will be preilnjiieil Inter.  t-Jliilur   i.pplnppn  Ti'iJilpiiii   tni)(l   gi'iuc  ���bnforri lupr.'li iipdjvlr, ������fc'iii)) IJiiwii prppoM il  Iho loast lo the Qpeep. "Mr. Burfcy toasted  fhe Prfiyipep' pf; Bjitish ,Cp|ipphia,'' '$y,  Pppi) .('Iprt'pii jpasjpd ';pip-' QiiesfR'', apil  Ihapked llibin for a. job we)I done;  flon. Isabel. 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'.. 1,  Ui iiii 11 III 1 In wpil) N'Hiiri" .li/l-il'ii  Imr nwp wnyj iiTii! liifiior niiiieriiiupiiu  lier own nlTiilrii Ihun we,  Is q $3 SPOT!  (I.i>r.k wh'-n <>'�� conliocp  Your oilvHii'Miif- Ip' *bl'i ftp'irnj will ranch  n��nily  V^'PO '|i<'fp��-i (ov/ar 9,000  pcttp(o)  .������tiM'J!,.wi,'i"K,...J.i'i' llio nipvi,,i.'c^i)pii)irp|���wfiiy,l,i  t lipid) flint ft Sniii.lilnof Cutii,) pi'pplp l��xppi,i)  fipwi win pn llllo ipopj lippiin llldii opy  Dljinr  puVYiipopin-  pfpilflctid, Ip   thin  ipun,  The Times  Pimp fWti*9(>U  FOR  I ^��������LMft^1l='l'-'^'r.^'l*^I*flls  YOUR  \  CALI, ON  fiOORC^  000 -"^-"1      ^^^^^ ^fl^F^-       ^0f    ^0*. "T|^  IGS iTP,  ir CARPPTS   ir T|^S    ���" MNO^UMS  Clotxift Mfindq-/, Ope��) 0 p,mf - 6 p,|y��.  Prl4ny H)gl��t Tl|9 pm*  ��� 1      r      *  iman 4  s  $mp...rimwiMWW  SOMP        ;  Tomoro & Vegetable.  10 fr*t M  far  i���i,  /$\* ^��t ^^lr;  ^^^'^"i^*cfei> -   .-  \  .���%&*-  i^-bj^ff,  {'���:  (-.*���  ��� - a  ��� *���?  **     u ��� A'~  ��"*'  ii   *r*  ���     \  .1  ���<    I  ��  '-A  Page A-fr  Tho Peninsula Time"  >Vedne$dqy, Juno 9, 1971  Bank's outlook . . .  *  Expect construction to lead,  any new "business spending  Pot traits of Nature  Commissioned by the B.C. Centennial Committee and B,Q, CuUtti-al  Fund Advisory Committee, photo  graplier William Dekur will present  jL\ series of "Portraits of Nature" at  ihe Gibsons Legion Hall Saturday  and Sunday June 19th and 20th.  BANK of Montreal lu'ib warned tbat the  significance of the increase in Ca-  < padian capital expenditures in 1971, foreseen in the federal government's annual  survey of investment intentions, "would  not appear to be as"*"-��rept as its buoyant'  growth "rate might at first indicate." The  survey-suggested a 9.5 per cent increase.  -In its Business Review the bank says  that, "Most ot this year's planned expansion is conee-nliated not in areas dhat  reflect expected near-teini demands on  the domestic economy but rather in aieas  that are largely keyed to ioreign maikets  (siich as, the .primary industries), or lhat  are heavily influenced hy non-market  forces (such as government departments  or. the Central Mortgage and Housing  Coi poration), or lhat ure gearing their  -expansion to long-term rather thali shoit-  term factors (such as utilities) Thus, the  letiiilts of the survey represent less an ex-  piession of confidence in the immediate  outlook tor Canadian business activity  than the leflection of a group ot special  fa'otors."  There is also the question of whether  these intentions will-actuailly be realized.  ��� ��������*   |��Jh|V V-    0*J  V '  V".  y  t  **    *..  J li" *  <r  i*  <  ,**i  *'0* .-    **��� "  r ,0  *.  I  *   *��*  fit  : : ���    ;A<y���<){��� ���  \  e  J  NORTH ���'���'/Vancouver photographer, WU-  tiam Pekuiy aged 45, says one of his  jifes go&ls was realised when he was  commissioned by the Pritish Columbia  Centennial '71 Comniittee, and the .  British Columbia Cultural Fund Advisory  ComptUtee, to prepare the-Centennial '71  exhibition,; t'Pqr.trai'ts of Nature."  Mr. ; t?ekur ��� began ihis" photographic  cpreer whtin be vVas given a box camera,,  jB&ei thp fiie of 12, and for many years has  specialise^ in architectural and creative  pliot(^r&pby, With his family, he came  fo" Britisjii ^Columbia in 1955, and has  since mav^tl steadily into the field of  nature photography.  A licenced pilot, William Dekur served  "with the R.C.A.F. during the last war.  He has spent much of the past year flying  ^JKmJsand'"   nf ��� miles,   throughout-..-Rat  Columbia   taking   pictures   which   makeup this "outstanding collection.  The 100 colour and black and white,  "Portraits of Nature", can be seen, at  Region Hall in Gibsons" on Sat. June 19,  -8 to 10 p.m. and Sun. June 20 from  .10.30 a.m. to ti,p.m., jointly presented by  the Gibsons Centennial Committee, and  the Sunshine Coast  Arts  Council,.  .  Mr. Dekur is travelling with the.ekr  hibition in a specially equipped one ton  l_G��XieraL-Molors_vam��� ^   -��� -  "'Portraits   of   Nature*   will   visit   41  cotiimupities  in  British  Columbia  before ���  the collection is presented.tp the British  Columbia '"Centennial '"71" Copimitfee   in  Victoria early  in July.  In   1970,  the.survey   indicated_a   capital  spending increase, of   7.5^61"-eent   b\it/-auliviiy  jn  tnB oi, ,alld  giiS iieid  preliminary estimates of actual spending"4    will  a\SQ   be   increased  exo  put  the growth at i.'J, per cent  (with 3  per cent of that due lo the rise in prices).  This year's economic environment,  the B,"of M notes, is c-haiacterii-ed by easier and cheaper money, a more accommodative bond market, the prospect of  fewer strikes, and a general return of  consumer confidence, all of which" tend,  lo encourage spending. However, "with  wage rate increases showing only limited  signs of moderating and_wholesale prices,  rasing fairly rapidly, in the absence of  some tax relief, profit margins, -already  tightly "squeezed may well dictate some  cutback in investment plans as the year  progresses."  The .government survey suggests thtrt���  investment in new  construction' will in-  hutels   producing   any    noteworthy   increase ip investment activity.  In  the social sector, residential' eop-  stiuction.will show a gain of 5>72llrbiillion,  Government spending will bp strong at^  every ievel.-with, the federal government  logistering the largest gain, 13 per cent.  On a regional basis, investment growth - [  in British Columbia and Quebec, at 31.3  per cunt and 13.1 per cent respectively,  will" be much faster than the national  average. Ontario's growth rate, 8.8 per  cent, is appioximatiely the same as last  year's Prince Edwaid Inland and Newfoundland will have fairly largo incieases,  while Nova Scotia and New Brunswick  show small advances, ��� Saskatchewan and  Alberta will record small increases but  for Manitoba, investment'intentions show  a decline  Looking beyond thit> year, the. Bank-  pt MontieaI Review sees evidence that tlie  capital spending piogiam in the years  ahead may be ve'y sinulai lo that of  1971. Basic strength should be in the  primary industries, utilities,- housing apd  the .government sector. Mining develop?  ment will be sti'orig, with the focus- op  fossil'fuel's, and there will be,;heightened  There  will also be increased expenditures on  hydro, thermal and nuclear electric facilities.        ' ' "' .  .  Housing activity should remain at a  high level.'And the complex social, economic and environmental' problems of Canadian- society will require substantial  government outlays.  A resurgence in consumer demand  over the next two or-.three years could  boost spending in the manufacturing sector, where concern about the environment' should also- entail spending on pollution control. '  ****,  \>*  }'J  -��/  i*  i      i'-  -   1  'f.  *T$$P  :  i.  ���i    i  it  -> ���  i1!  ~K***f\  i  f.  ���l�� *  . A A-'A  '��� .:'   fi\s-*.tr  ***  �� V  >,  ���<<l,1  s\  11,  ����_  *0**  s  it\  .< -*.- <tf  i *  :������ 1  i 0t\*i0000K*m��0**0* 0* **��� *  The  B  of  M  concludes   that,  "All   in  all., the investment outlook over the next,  few  years appears  generally strong".  ise~fl%w-e-"��ip'tH3^---tt^  Dental Topics  ."���*'.-  Pacifiers Help Prevent Crooked Teeth  ["ABIES who suck pauifiers, will-usually  have straighler teeth than .those who.  svreh their tbupibs or f)ngers, accprdi'n''.  io a group ef University of Toronto dental  scientists. ,  Children "of five age groups were studied al the Burlington (Ontario) Orthodontic Research Centre over 19 years.  Children -who sucked their thumbs and  fingers were found more likely to have  crooked teeth. And the amount of displaced   teeth   varied   with   the   intensity.  in to  new machinery and equipment. Almost  half the $1,467 million advance in construction spending will go to the housing  'sector where, following a sharp decline  in 1970, outlays are scheduled to increase  by 23.7 per cent. Investment in non-residential construction : is expected to in*  crease by 9 per cent, with much of it in  engineering projects .and in substantial  government spending on roads, bridges  and  airports.   PiansT-fo^   total   business-investment --- r������ ������������' '       ���  -'������-���-  slioW an increase of $700 million in 1971, Vancouver's   famous   Brocktun   Point  with the gains more than accounted for was. named after Francis Brockton, lhe  by primary industries and utilities. The ..chief engineer of lhe Royal Navy survey  commercial service sector. faces sluggish vessel" Plumper ��� which served in B.C.  capital  spending,   with  only   banks   apd     waters 1857 to 1801.  Experiments conducted at the Canada  Agriculture Research Sta|ion at Lenpox-  ville, Que., last summer shovV that farmers can increase milk production by nilro-.  gen .fertilization af pastures. Gaspard  Lalaud.e, one of the scientists conducting  these experi'menlsV says' the best results  were obtained from a field which received 200 pounds of nitrogen as' a lop  dressing during the summer.  However, (hose children whu stopped  sucking their thumbs before the age of  six years,-had no more than a normal  prevalence  of  crooked  teeth.  Those who were allowed pacifiers were  less than half as Uk'ely to have crooked  teeth as those, who used teething rings,  or had no pacifiers.  The Canadian scientists, led by Dr.  Frank Popoyich, Burlington, found that  displaced teeth caused by thumbsucking  differed from Ihn��e_ caused by oilier  factors. Thumbsuckers showed a narrowing, of both upper and lower denial ai-  cpes -and- outward deformation of the  ja\y parts holding tlie incisors  ���Canadian  Deptal  Association  HQWE Sound Boom.Men fought a tough  battle tp maintain their lead in their  game against Gibsons Kinsmen oiu Wednesday night but they lost this particular  battle and in so doing won a wari  Mr. Erie Sehmidpauer, coach,, fell  pride in the team because they never gave,  Up and tried their, -best. The Boom Men  parted" strong and' were hitting ,better  than ever before, Brent Rottluff, pitch-,  ing ip the last five innings did a remarkable job under pressure and had to bo  tjre outstanding player on. the field that  night. Evp'-y ni���h"r 'of.,,Up" team played  ���in-tlie-ganie and what ihey may lack- in-  __,'.,'., Tense Moment  Ball parks are in full iis,e t)/ijs summer W'tb Little Leagi^/illi'pnpp; Jun-  ioi;-and Senior Babe Ru|h games and*  Sr, Men's Softball, nol:��punjmg the  gir|s and ladies te^ms. 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Wednesday, Juno 9, 1971
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Enjoying t|ieir first experience t)f er cubmafater Elliott Trueman helps.
"wqodsmoHe at dusk" at Cub Ogmp, them out at the recent weekend spent
boys learn how it is done when form?    at Camp Elphinstone. Hoys contnbii-
ai^-u.HiwwwHi.i ■ *nww***** **mt«k i m, |nmy
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Hydro salary increase
22.8% over.three years
A NEW^thvpo-yci-r contract prov}c"j-Tg
' salary increases toU-llin,'* 2jJ,^ per cent
has been nxichcd bet\Ycpq B.C. ifydrp {"iid
Local, atH of Uip Office -}i\d vTcclinic«l
Employees' Union.    -
A joint statement ussMed tqdny py
Hon Bone *|ue&idcnt of ^acal 373, wd
Edwncd Pj-cl-;, Hydro's La)ipt- BeHitifini}
man'iger, -.aid t|ic • proposed -agreement
hud heen apprpved by a majofjly of the
union's 2,000 members t-pcJ. hy' Hydro's
Board  of Piieplniv ,
The contract covers tlie period from
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day and Sunday, May 20th and 3{)|li Allaby Jqr attending,
'it Camp Elpliinslnne had lot^l of Sfi boys
attend Irom Gibsons "A" and "B" pack* fi    » 1                  1   C*          i
and Roberts Creek pack UUlCleS   BllCi   OCOUIS
Thome ol the camp* was "Hockey" and -          ,           11'
each .cabin   was   mimed   after  a   "N.H.L. "niail'   hfiaCll   ClfitHl-lltl
hockey team. The boys were required to Jr            **w»*u*i.   u*v»u.*i.  m.jj
hring;''«4 ho.memad;e liocliey epstutpe apd ^A.ST" meeting  pf  the  $cche|t„ Ll'A.   to
grass hockey slick.        ' Cjuidts- and Brownies was held at the
Ope of the first events on Saturday ^f  of *M   ^Ls01'!  "-'»^&1^ with
morning' wtis   the   costume   parade   and uumcis as ^.UPbls.
the. winiiets wpre; 1st - Pliillipo Renal- Retiring   Brown   Owl,   Rose   Rodway
dis;
All regular employees covered, by the
mam agreement wi|l receive a salary increase of 1\z per cent, retroactivp to
April l;*-» npn-cumulalivc increase of 7M1
pei cent, elfectiye April t, 1972; qnd a
cumulative inn case of 7 per cent, effective April l, 1073.
In addition, iipprovements py vacaUpn
entitlements,will be effoctive in the tjiirpl
year pf the cpnti'iict.
JSmplpyees on Hydro's field construction work wiirreceive wage increases tp-
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'2nd   —   Lee   Han-is;   3rd   ---Clay reported ■ that    everyone    enjoyed    the  r the tlirqe-year conti:act period-        	
MulJep.'.'                                                "■ Powell ^River   Browpie   Revel.   Foprteen                       . ___•„' .;.,:.'.., „
rn.   " 1                      ..".,.    .  ,   ' ,. Quides   will   be   attending   thp   Guide's prairie 'HOPPERS
Thp   bpys    were   divided   mtp    tour Rallv also al Powell Hivei-Mune frth and F "fr^& «wPr&St*?.        .        ,., ■
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aclrvities   included    handicrafts,   rowing " ' ;   ■          '          ..-     ,           „    ,         . across larp,e areiis of the pntiries, keepipt;
,.-.,.,    i. v    ,,      :-:>.4-,-W- ..:.■.-.;'! Plans   wore   made   tou.  a   Book   and a close eye on road.sides and crappe/l lane?.
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OnSunday morning' Rev. Bop Allaby    Olavo( Jurto 29th,  will close Guides for    tion ami hecome'one of the world's oldest
: condudted   "Cubs   Own'    in   the   outdoor    Uie sun,mur# bul some girls will be tioirrg    Known ctop pests
: chapel.   Camp   Akua   war*   Bob   Hawken    campinp.   A   Browpie  Revel,   to   include
from Roberts Creek and .loaders attend-    ponder   Harbour,   will   be   held   also  al
tag wei-d: Gibsons "A' — Mr. Peter Smith    Camp "Clave op June lfilh, to end activi^'
/••and iyjrs. Margaret Bob; Qjbsops "B'r —,   (jcs |-01. the year - - • \
Mrs. Gaye Pedneault,* Ray Whiting, and  •■     A ,-p^j^ aw/.u,d 0j- „K) B|uo■ Thanks-
Badge     was     given    .District     Guider,
"ponalda Sigouin: Retiring [District Cpm-
" Parents attending to assist lhe leaders    missioner,   DoroUiy   ^Ipckwell,   vyps  pre-
werc ,Mr. Ed Gill, Mrs. Sue Whiting, Mrs.    scnled   with - p   gift   of .appreciation,   as
Kvc MacKay and Camp Nurse was Mrs.    were   retiring   Guiders,   Rose   Rodway,
Clark. Dougall-—Roberts  Creel'
•Dixon and John Drake.
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"Thanks' just  doesn't  seem  adequate
jn expressing gratitude to  these  jeadpis
'.-   iind  parents  for "Jiiieir wo'rk Trf planriiifg
and conducting  such a  gotrd camp.-
At the close of camp on Suri'diiy afternoon ' the leaders presenlcfl the following awards:- The tidies5!" cabin ' -
Toronto     —     Bobby     Hawken,     Peter
Mary Flay and Kay Dombroski. New pis'
tricl Commissioner,'■Harriet Newton will
begin   per .post   jn  September,  and   Pat
-Ne^^tafi-^w4h^'»e<"Bm<"^r^Avn-yJiI)wI fon^tst*-
Secbell Brownies. • Still needed • are a
Brown Owl and a Captain for the Guides.
Nuw' executive for' the coming year
will lie: Chairman, Harriet Newton;
Vice cliuirmun, Dqna|da Sigouin; Secretary, Kay  Nelson; Treasurer, .Lou Good--
~_, ' p Neyv Facilities ...
Now complete ant} merging with the'" Ompp Elphinstone,  built locally by fill new facilities during their repe-pi
forest surroundings is I|ie new din-    Gaines    Construction.  Gibsons  and weekend camp. ; ,
Mug -hall and conference centre  at > Huberts Greek 6nbs pseti the beantlr
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Clifford   Bob.   Dean   Peikey;   and   Joey fn\. ^ad^ ■see«-'ol»U'y.-p»annc   Beiinerj,,
Pedneaull.   The   best   behaved   cabin   - Publicity.  Peggy  Connor. r- -
Vancouver '—   Michael   Hansen,   Jimmy ANNUAL'CpNyE]NTiPN
Douglas, Michael Fyles',Mic'iiiel..H(ipUin,      '• -Harriet   Newton   aiitHGoreoii  .Mullen..
Neil   Npilsop,. "Mike   Smith,   and   Donald, were among over 40p delegates attending
&raus. - . the" B.C.   Council   Annual   Meeting- apd
The pipsl helpful and outstanding cub Conference at U.B.G., May  17th fo lOlli.
pf lhe camp was Tommy Xucff. Besides Conference   theme   "Communications   --
our appreciation   to, the  leaders,  ihaiiUs The Key fo Ipvolvement", coveted a wide
also to (he Vancouver Canucks, for dona- variety of s'libjccls to show how to insmc
,ting 2 olticial Canuck hockey pucks and     good communications with QtJiei.s
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SORRY .>, AM rpprns booked for
thc«wcckcnd of June 19H». Gpnpo
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Regional District Bylai^S synopsis
KOLl^OWING is p'syiiop-iis of the ftpi'ii ' Irii-j rpstiiiiranlH,   louris't'accomniiklplim),
'"■"islljho, CiHihI   Hegiopiil  DlHli'lql Tiplilpg ; ,gi|sp|||io servico Klallons,, piarimiH,  yacpl:
Bylaw No, I'lf) that piny lie inspected at   'c|uhs, ihu^nrpiH and small stores, ",  '
ho Itcfjiopiil pi«||rl«|.;»ff|po .dprlpgregii-.       i^|; Ligip 'Indnsiriul zpiie.
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inliiptlerl |o be and'i|''pot |o, ho deeiped
to bo an1 iplerpruiiiltnp of ,||ip Bylaw,     '
Y.npn I] I, Dcbc.: I'oi"|rt«'i''al wpn pay*-'
, inlliiiij-, iwn ,Vlwfill||)|- ■im|lH, por purfiol,
l'iii-'i d'lVellhrg.piili ipptd lipve a pi'iibpnip'
nf IIHilMr- ll. nrli) a site mop uf 7,51)0 Wi,
. ft, nn |iiiilinlly mirvjcerl purculs mid ,HI,|IIIU
ijij, ft, rm'iiuwi'viced pip'iiolH, ■
• >|t'||: Hejiiilripltiil /ppil pei'inittlng JtiVp,
i1w'j|||iii< iiiiIIh per pai'Mifl, lilncl) rlwelllng
pulli pii'isl Ipivp )i .piiiilipiim rif -1)10 sii.'
fl, j'loor ip'oti ppri.ii h|i« nrpu of 'l,Dpp
■m,|, l'|„ pp pi'll'rjl'y norvjrieil pnrcmlH irp<|
|i),i)i|(> up, I'l, up upiiyi'vli.'i.'il piifrtpk ryjpb-
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"bpiir iirou buying milhuck ciiiiiilrnpiiiplh,
,Mi|iili|i|pi it)le .in'pa  fpy dwplling iin'lf'ln
V,lii|<l m|, .l'i.,,lhe iinrlliilly, m-'ivliyl. |nln.
nnd   IIMHIH m|,   I'l,   for  ppsorvli'iifl   loin,
MIiiIiihiiii ilVV'-llfpi"  noil  ii'l/i!' Id 'IHO M|.
,r|'|, (apn)'l))iup|i(,'|00 up, ft,), Mi||i)|o lioppm
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minimum loi, nl/o ol' fi nuypti, Minloiiim
Jinpy nppi pity dwelling Ifi"UIO sf|,
P, IhmIIIiiIIoiiiiI /.npn fpy i:|v|«i iipil.f-pni
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t, {',.}}AJtjpyl^i Cpjoipiiri'liil /npn hif\\n
Mil:  Heavy   ipduiftrlal  zone.
,,■ Nfi)u: In all resirloplial, coipmercinl,
)ii)d,Vi0'(il hol'liiiA Mpeii )i<) iiurce) of Jipi'i)
sllflll lie DMpd for llni wrecking oi:')'tpnige
pf'■rlpro'li'.'t inilomobileii Oi' ph u jupk^yai'd,
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tlie wi)}\}l'i|'u„licit} by Gihsons A&li
' P'ltil.s aipl |tp|-urts C'l'eek I'V'ck ul
t'linfp„ l^lplrifisloiH" (hiring -Iho i'irwi
(•ani|i-f|i|J. ha|i| by (!u|;s tl|is yew.
Hkils wei'u prpsentptj and- -ivoryou--
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COMMENCING JUNE 19fli
To serve you better the Helpful 'Bonk will hf*
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"~T/io Royal Bank ■BOfVofVou-'Ibe^ar'vi'il'll foqns
and savings. , , and now with ^onyeweiice.
Drop inond see us... now open froiv Tuesday lo Salyrdoy, We liketa look alter you at
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SATURDAY -r IOsOO a,m.-3f0Q p.m.
(Closed Monday* ConvmnciDQ Juno Ml/iJ
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OF  TUB ,762  submissions   protesting    tho Indian involvement, Theip is l|l*lc
doubt that the Indian Band will leap
a subslanliaf income"*9!rum the op-Mutton and certainly no-one would wish
to depuve them ol" luoiatfve-returns un-
dei noimat circumstances,
However, there aie many of the
residents' ot the Indian Village w'ho do
iu"t relish the thoughts ol.tho incessant
clattei ot a giavel opetatioti m pio\i-
nuty to then homes We would stiongly
question the stalemenMhnl they aie loi
the project  100 |>er' cent
Fiiither, let us not be mislead by another statement to the ellect that it is
only Indian property involved rJhe
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See|ielt-fe,p-ea submitted to the Regional
Hoard, up to its hist tegular meeting,
28 weiq Association hnets. ,What has
pei haps been overlooked is the laet that
the Association hnets voiced the opinions of membership as a whole When it
is considered that some ol these associations have membei ships or anything
up io 100 or so, then it should be obvious Hint the total numbei o| ob|ec-
t|ons totalled, copseivatively, in the legion ol  1,500.
This, phis the fact that many moie
have pouted in since, is clepily an ovei-
whelm'mg indication ot "Coiistmction
Aggregates keep OUT" Jt is, in tact', the
will of the people and this is how oui
democtattc system woiks When a public
vote is smpll and earned by u lew yeas
or nays, then it is not opeiatipg at its
best When response is^ exceptionally
gieat pud decisive, then the system is
functioning in a tiulv democintie manner,
As the Board chaiiman commented
"the coiuse the Boaid must lol low is
now very clear". We ate all aware th.it
behind the scenes tactions are at work
bent on tipping the scales the othei
way. There are also those who work in
devious ways upd who have ulterior
motives for riding rougshot over the
wishes of the vast majority, but of the
'various reasons they put forward for
the gravel operation, there .is really only
one genuine   area of validity. .That   is
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TWO years ago Council of Sechelt met
with representatives of the Regional
Board and agreed to the proposition
whereby Counnjl wopld pay the Board
$|0 for every building inspection carried out by the inspector within the
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This, one would haye thought, was
nn'amicable4and workable idea for wliile
some structures might require a" nuni-
ber of checks, others, such as car parts
and minor structural alterations call for'
minimum inspection.
However, Regional District Finance
chatrniah, Director; Frank Westy in his
financial report, suggests the village has
not only saved itself from employing a
building inspector but has-reaped a nice
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should the Boaid tgnoie its duty to the
public by approving the pioject We
have no doubt it will tall in line with
the exptess wishes of the public and
ie|ect It I'll is, howevcir, will, by no
means be the end ol the mattei We still
have big brothei m Vicion.i on whom
big business has an overpowenng m-
tluenee To he who rules will undoubtedly go an appeal liom the company anil
that is precisely where our destiny lies.
In our opinion big money will win
out. If. it does-,,and approval to go ahead'
is granted against the wishes of the
people, then we can only await the next
election. '
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and repaymfcnts depended completely
upon this1 estimated T%TreTTTTcold hard
fact,, the eventual' number of hookups
fefl far short of the estimate. Further to
that, the^ original plan was" to provide
water uT Roberts Creek, At the suggestion of certain directors, the expansion
Premiers - since Confederation
JOHN FOSTER McCREIGHT
British Columbia's first premier after
Confederation in 1871 was .John Fosr
ter MpCreight, whoj-epregented Vie-
toria in the Provincial'Tjegislature
front October 1871 to September 1875.
He served as Premier from Novem-
■J®O?n^.71,C.t0„.P^.^m»irpr.>^;3737:
He'WQS born at Caledon, County Ty-
wm: veteran
career
Tone. Ireland, but his exact birthd'ale
is unknown. It is believed to have
been 1020 or 1827. He arrived in Victoria from Australia in 1860, and was
PMNK: Sehvyn Ball who died in,St.
Marys Hospital on iVIay 2p was horn in
Bospompe,- near Bournemouth, England
70 years ago and was chsistened in_
Chi'i*itPhurGli Pi-iory; He ■"■attended; -Dover
.College, where.. he j-epeived a thorough
training as a carpenter. He came to
Canada around 1913. and served in the
First Word War, being stationed.in the
Pinoher Cree|i area of Southern Alberta
where he was in charge of horses,
     After the  war  he  hecaiiie  a  cowboy
and it was his interest in ranching which
Kditov, The Tuneb,
"Hu; Ije ynur repont .pdilmial enptio,u-
\'d "Direetors^ftw pednndm'it", aht| io-
leionee to p pinpobud marina located ttl
the—W-aUefield Inn- I cannot lielp hul
pass, comment nn the pnss\hihty of this
being opposed |iy the l"og|onal Bnaid
ot the Disliii't, mid to w^iidui1 at tiiti
bhoit-highteduehs ol thp individunl'" re-
lei red to in the artii-lo
Tt would be pei haps enlightening for
them to he taken out m *\ smt-tlei pleasure
ciait into the»Sliails ot QeoigiR at some
time when the sen is ic-abqna,hlp to tiavpl
upon and have a .sudden gale rr-'Pita'-o
them Thev would then quickly (oali^e
1ho wNlloui ol having as many sheltei
nieas (wilhm lunson) as is possible along
this  fcuist
Thev peihaps do not, reah/e that an
establishment ol this soil would el'm.i-
nale a lot moie unslghthne&s than it emilcl
possibly create Many boat owners would
preler to use such Uicihties, pifepludmg
the. need toi haphtuaid floats and in-
dtsciimmate hiioyin-*. which pi onto additional navigation ha/aids to the boating piibln,  paitu'iduily  al° night
The need of a fuelling''station whii'li
can be lelied upon to sei vice the numv
ciall passing this area is also veiy ap-
paient [
Wheie has the dpmpuiatie light i>l
fioe enteipiibe gone when one of two
individuals in a community aie given
such sweeping powers as to pi event another citizen fiom hetteim-/ lumsell and
coiiimunity assets with cm honest and
solely needed - endeavour, part}a"larly
where Fedeial and Piovincial agencies
have endoi'scd with whole hem ted ap-
pimal,
, •     J.   lilPPIN
Express Thanks
Editor, The Times,
' Sechell, BC.
Dear  Sir,   On   behalf   of  the   ffephelj
.mv hot water U\p,\* Tluusday Mav *t*Uh
1,^1, \vlule tho Hegional Hoard had tho
wider in Solum P«hk shut off.    "
A'plumbei told me llmj the oplv
way mv tank could have been drained
is by lhe wnl ei system bo ing eut oft,
thus causing a suphon action. Possibly
your ''ifiw loigol to tutn oil mv.valve
pn.the load    . . ^
Upon phoning voui\ olfico T was told
that I have no'claim It seems nun edible
that thiough no lauH ol mine this has
happened atid vet I h«-\p no claim The
arrogant, high and mighty attitude ot
the Regional Hnaid is appalling.
Jram assessed 1<7t>f)0 lot watei, I must
lp-nair«i leihu'pi valve |m $% and nuist
now pay !t>;tO loi repniih lo niy hut water
tank < "
T would tippiecuiti" vou.'-looking into
this mat tor and seek loimbuisemenl tor
mv $H0 espendituie
hon lUTNapoun
Minute Message
—five "minvfte messages'' by Rev.
B. J.' With of Qibsons-— '
FUEE    GIFTS
THESE aie  days  ol   rising  rosts   Evmy
week pnees use, and tbeie is growing conretn about nidation Many turns
pie ofleung fiee giit^ to the buyeis ol
jhBii products, and hopeful ituichasei'-.
wail to heat d jhey aie Hie foi lunate
winneis tlpfotInnately, howovei, theie
Hie lew examples ol "something lot nothing "
Theie is inv.ituihlv something to pay
for ad that,we teiei\ei yet some of the
best things in hie aie liee God's gilts and
blessings to men aie bestowed lieely. All
the'gifts of His ere-"tion, the provision for
("iir living every day,'fresh air, tluTfertilp
land, water ' to drink and fprtilii-e our
" crops, all the.mineral rasourpes of tlw* '
ground; countles-s things that are provided
for our well-being, all these are free.
More than these thing'", however, (led
lias provided spiritual blessings. T'he grace
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with the explanation that it would be
cheaper now that tlie contractor is already on the job. This, of course, did
sound reasonable but unfortunately * the
burden upon the taxpayers within the
"District  was  spiralling.
The sorry truth finally dawned upon
long time  taxpayers  of Sechelt,  Selma
Park and Davis B,ay areasT-They had for
surplus' front ,n.erm.its,...lt,-..?ippe^
a lawyer appointed Puisne Judge of
the Supreme Court of British  Col-
to Gower Point, "^ihcn'Was'sdieduled for   jumbia   NoVember "26,   1880,   serving
the following year, was pushed through    until    November    1897. British Col-    evenualy   ,'Di.ght* ium .o Rc   forgone
b ' ' ' ■ - - -      umbia's first premier died at Hast-    °f -----n™ !e J    f   ° •'-    m IM,r"
4ngs, England,   November  18,  1913;
—•Centennial '71 Feature'
In Your Garden
-By The Old Rake
thern B.C. to Kamloops.
The Second World War fiSund'him
working as a^arpenlerirF^arrow's ship--
yards in Victoria. It was around '1043,
While he worked as a carpenter at York
Island- in the Johnston Straits, that • he
met Canon Alan- Greene a"nd they played
their first game of (jhess tqgeher, beginning a warm and clpse friendship which
Volunteer   Fire' Dept.-   I   would   like   to
expres-LJiiir.thaiilvsJii.the merchants wlip    of QM  isyjiei-iawerj^ frt^hy^JH^giA-eiAes^i
lielped imdte''JoHr''"-May"'Day''H^
joy,' and hope, all these are given,.fi-eely
by God. The greatest gift is Jesus' Chrisl
Himself.   ..    .      ,
How nyuch we receive from God, freely and without price. Those who trust in
Christ are justified freely b'y His grace
through the''redemption' that is in Christ
Jesus. Let us ask flun to'forgive, us, and
as we I rust in Christ we shall become
heirs to all the blessings ol..,Eternal Life.
These rich blessings, are free- 16 all who
come   to   Him. o ,'.;•
administration has reported that''the in
spector has tnxle vote ft-considerable time
on permits'for the municipality, major,
cost-of which is borne by the electrical
n'rpfts,     " - ,:
To quote one of the directors "the
Board is in financial strilits and is seeking ways and means of .getting every dollar, possible", /Certainly it  is clear the             	
finance committee of the Regiiinai ;Pis*"^r'\"i^r"sy»iein  at   reasonable  cost   to
system but \vere now forced, by means,
ol the' land tax-, to subsidise the system
to Roberts Creek and, of course, (lower
Point, N,e'xt in line, is further installation lo the Langifale area,' Halfmoon
liny—-RedroofH will no doubt eventually follow.       ,     •
We can   bul   ponder  the  fact   that
e_J^est'Sechelt was able to provide
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"Irict is idler blood  from  Se<"l)c|t.  Im
position of a $40 land-lax would seem
lo be bill the stint.
' The report signed by West, as Pin-/
ance Committee ehairiunh, goes'^oii' to'
suggest 'lliiil the' iigreenienf will! the village be terminated and, new proposals
\suhmitled, These me; (I). thnl n, flat rate
oi; !R|,0()0 he' paid by lhe village for.
the  inspeet'-rs' -serviees  plus-■'ii 10 pet
. perihil issued, (2) "or,.thai the village
joins the Regional ,l)lsiiici ip lhe I'une.-'
lion of bi|llding inspection on the same
"basis ns"lhe eleclofal areas,
One  ei'm ...bul   visualise   (lie  conne-
; i|ue'nces of Ihis Inller p'roposal? Al Ihis
time (he cosl'of Htieh a function ,piirlie'l-
pnllun would nol bo exeestslve but with
. jlie, empire building ..proclivity of Ihis
floiml it Is elenr we would, in sliorl lime,
have a complete 'luilldlim-lpspeelofs' de-
piiilmVi'tl wilh assistant li)spei.'id*H, office
staff, nuui'ici's, ei|ilipiiieut ele, ll would
go on and on at ever Iiicivasin^ cosi.
Vllliige -pf Sechell has nlrciidy 'lef
itself,become Involved wilh (he function
. of water through the Regional Hoard M\d
waler'users have discovered this lacl iii
ihe laic ol'jui additional $'10 per ininiini,
Siilflcieni "be   ii  lo-miy -we net'd  no
inoiv, liivolveincnl	
iisern, why should, lhe cosi of a line
lo ■other comnhintlies be so excessive
easting users have to be taxed so higln
ly lo help piiy for il?
• Mr, West and bis Committee'tip-
pears lo be blaming the Provincial Government for upsetting' die boat regarding
lhe reserve fund for which the Hoard
unsirccessTiilly attempted, do assess village of Gibsons ihe sum of Ift.f'.OOO, ll
also blames Council of Gibsons I'or »'"inu
of (is financial problems, regarding wider,
This Js because Mayor |-elcison and
Couneirsaw the wriiiiig upon the wi'll
and ''refused lo become involved wilh
lhe'Hoard in ils waler funciion; Wider
.users in Gibson-, have Council to ihiuik
for ll'e fact il has some of (lie lowesl
cosi wntcr on ihe Sunsljine Consi,
One dlceejor has publiely slnleil (he
s
Ihey   are   past   their   best.   This  cutting
should lie considered as a pruning -operation. The stems should be cu| down to
where  I here  are  five   leaves  and  above
an outside burl. This keeps the bush in
that desirable cup shape thnl   we strive
lo maintain.' If the bloom's are to be .'enI:
for table decoration, they hIiom-UI be cul
while still in a light bud, put. immediately^
in water .anr'  left  outdoors ..until  reud'y^
to be used, Mukn I lie. cut, in a.long s.lo|iing"
niainuir,,   Ibis   will   permH • more   wal"i
In bit I ii ken up tlie nl «*r n.     • -
■ Kiiop up the .H|iru,ying iind/oi' dusting
I'j'ogliiiii, And if liluck Hpol dniui iipiiniii'
pick ofl', lhe ,nffwl«d IOiivuh and burn
diem, ilrr nol leave thi'in on tlm soil ns'
thin Jh Um lies! way to |ii!r|i<itunje lint
I rouble,
Supplementary, fending every Uircn
weeks will keep ihe p I n n I si growliig
slrniiiily and mako I liom mni'iv'i'esiiilniil"
to pimlH, I'nnsloH make it tpiPd I'rnuiid
eovor in HmWe lied., When Ihey begin
lo get Hp|ndl.v they can be. cut I'iiiiik mid
a liiindl'ul of iici'iiiiiinil compimli workcil
inhi Ihe crown. II will liurpi'liui yi/ii how
snuii limy will bo minding nul now• flowers, |iei'liii|is nol an Inrgri lis l||ii'orlnliui|ii
but   iiu'isl   wdlcoino .Joni   lhn „nii/iin,   Air
Hoard Is in financial straits, llp'is In-, j^«J] f lMf"" •'"iHH.ilMfi-ilu -n. mm
ll'l'llll   lll.rlMOllliril    gdl'll
1'OHeii  III llnnlipti In  Ihu peromdrd  liordnr,
coining very clear ihul siiel^inlghl be
lhe ease and, we would sugge-ii, if Ihis
is. so, (lien something" is veiy wrong.
We have,two fully i|unlified secrelary
ireiisiirers, ll I'inimciV eommitiee headed
by Wesl wilt), we 'haye been led, lo be-
lieve* is a njan of figures, If (lie Regional Disirlei Is In diip financial straighis,
Ihen the laxpnyer is'also lii trouble, lln-
'deV snclj elii'iiiii'filitnees ll wouli
rupidly  biMii|t dlMi'iii'ded, 'rim
irliMilng being  In iihii
and down the British Coltimbia coast
iTiinistering tp the inhabitants., of Indian
Villages and isolated seltlo.m'eiits and logging camps. They became known as the
"Canon-na|l"/team. '    ' '    "  .
Mr, llall, with his,delightful .sopso of,
humour, proye'd an agreeable uompanion
and many a game of ely-siH.' piissed tjie
winter oye'nings or Ihe hours of wailing
..fm:„«lnek tide  lo negoliaie snnte  of the
haardous rapids of our eoaHt,       *   .
' .   For several yruu-H, Frank Hall was responsible   for   mninteininci!   of   iho   Aged
Folks' Guest  Homes a I  Gttrden  flay  and
by lio'iirn of p'a'll'niil, woi^'puckiiig soil, lie '
Irniisformed l|tu rocky Alan Greene Walk
lulu one of the area's finest  flower and
vngnlahlo gnrrluns, 'hiice Ueecriinbur UIIIII
Ini' hail "boon a resident of Greene Courl,
the neiilor.eill/.oii's homes at Heehell.'
Frank ( Halj ,Wlll  nol   be  furgullen  on
lhn BiuiHliinn CoiihI for he ■Iiiih lull many
-e'-fiimplRR  nf  his   fine"erufhtipiihuhlp* in
lhn hniiiHs he built' here, un«" ,of the hem '
knowir iHiiug  tlm Jim  tJonpurnJiiimu ,.at
fU»rln)(iffm   ,
A memorial .service-for Mr, Hull held
nl HI,. Hilda's Cluirch' on .Iiiiui Dili w^s
cond||cleil liy Ciii'ion Greene imiilnleil by
lhe llriv, Oii'iiiiIm I'oiipln, Mr, Hall willed
his Tenuili'iM lu I he FniHjlly ' iii' ''Meilliiliih'
id   fl,M,C, ■   ,, -.-.    ■    ,,
cessr
Winners weie:— J. Doyle,. Sechelt,
Airplane tour courtesy of Tyee Airways
Ltd.; Dave Doig, Sechet, HSbatphi, poui-
.tesy Campbells Variety Ltd ; K. Whipple,
Gibsons, electric drill, courtesy -Benners
■'Furniture."Ltd:'; C. MflcFheison, Powell
River, Foui-slice automatic toaster, courtesy Hobilliard Electric.
Y+Hirs  truly,
DEAN" T.   ROBILLIAUD,
'   '   • '. Secretary, S.V.F.D.
Many Helpers
Editor, The Times,
Sir: On the evening of May 27th ihe
S.V.F.D. answered the call of the Sechelt
Theatre and Peninsula Evergreens -paek-
• ing plant.
We would-like to thank all those who
helped tja; \h"'h.p jpnpy wpys, qibspps Fire
.Dept. hearcl pfour trouble and, offered
their assistance which we greatly ap^'
preciated and accepted. There were also
the men Who helped by pulling hose and
running messages.fortis,',      i   :
T|ie   hot   coffee   and   assoited   sand-
wishes the good ladies prepared add t|iu '
cleaning,as the nieii came in for a break
aiKl then hack to the fire.
Then on Saltirdiiy a.m. al five .tjie
Fire Dept, .was called to a fire at Wilson
Creek, the' home of Mr. .and Mrs. Ci,
Maednnald, "When. Hie first I ruck returned
,lo the fire ball fhe good ladles agahi had
coffee and (nasi ruddy for the men, and
cofl'eti arrived on (lie scene of lhe f|re
» which reti'liy hli ih«-.sprit at Ihal oiirly'
hour.
. Once  iignin   I   would   like   In  lluink
(ivnryone who'helped in so many ways,
TOM  HOMIIJJAIID
'('lllof,  S,V,l!U),
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Arrogance
Kdhny, Thn 'I'liiKis,
Hll'i I ui|ilei'H(anrl a nunibnr of' 1,'oh-
liltnilii hiivn mil'ji<iieil uk|iiiiihm due to (Uiin-
nge to hoi-walei' healers when lhe lleg-
IoiiiiI' hourd wiiior ilepnriiunni has lum-
ed oil the wnlur. In l|ghl n( a iilmllnr
enpnrlnnee wllli. my own lank Hm following In n copy ot n Inline I liaviyiuliiiifllcil
lu' iiiu" liniied! '..','',','',
This Is a claim fue diimii|-ei< ilnnc tie
Tlie Walls of some new houses aee so
thin you can hear life tent.going up in
the next  apartment.
The Vmmm^m^
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I'rrilly Hoiin now lhe climbing ynntm will,
bn punt Umlr bout, They nhould liuve the
old I'lowt'iiiiwCi'iiniHi cul mil and nnoiigh
of the now open iiiluiniul In curry llm
bloom pimi yntir, In llm eyitnl IlieVe (mi'I
enough new wood 'limn ilm old I'miim
cap lie iipur pruned, Ihal Im, Hid luicral
growlliM cul biii'K In Iwo |if ibi'iin bnilrir
Wlieiieviir piiHMllile fry In iclnln enough
new eamtfi, Hy diilug 11 tin ihe old  wimd
    Nl'DIII
Wcsi Sv'clH'li   I'Mabll-theil lh   own", m-iion by meiiiiN nf iiii IhvcNiin'iiilun by
wilier syhh'in nl*«roiil ynsl alVw yours    iho,, |)cpai'lmenl  of _. (V| •• l! I«. 11 t«M.l. .fN rrnl P:rt L««i i«l Mi.r«iriu yc«I^ Mncil«i( i^ ruruu„i nuru *'••« w
-nf-o-wul -tii-iin c<i u 11 n h le * ens r Kt n icru rtvr " [rT ft TiVyif i vi*T* I i, r; iW(MM- „,, |,„. ,,„„, v„m, - "
Niri'tDi.'f.'i lo wiy; liu'Hoard now liuikN lu, ,. ,,  .      .,      ,
ll1 I'or cMiii leviiuio but,  -io I'tir,  lhe 'TO^kM»w*i»«!««-,
Wcm Sechell ihurH air not ihal n<HHble " " ■,    A        WiSlHllllllC
and mv holdini' oil, 11  HicyJuc wInc   ■'.,.,,.,.,.,„'■. . t'l,, ■   ■ " i    i    s     ,
; (hey will orpiinuc io .viniiln lice of h.U'Ii    M";!1 AN rj^n h h m jH.-glmiinu.lo
I
mmism wsMm
coiilniuc lo iciiiiiln
Ui  kTh)|)l|i'i|-  ciioiinibnmre   ih  lU'nlonnl
Honiil conirol,
', One hiraiiito iispccl of (hln whole sor-
"ry Niliiiiljon, as il ivlnlch lo w»iu-i'. . Wi-nI
Sechell   residents I'onueil  an oi'w.iuil/.n-
lioii and nllel' comdtleiiiblc hiini work
.-ninl eiideavi'ir Niareeded in U'rilublhlilih*
u wiil*!i' hyHlcin, In order lo do »o ll
wiih iiceeNNiiey io prove lo Vklorln lhe
poieiiihil,   ll   wii>   iieeehMiry   (o   prove
the number of pwyii by im*!in*> of Nl'-ned
aiueemeiilH hi order (o jrei (lit* approval
—nf-the- Wnicr- K iulirn lln*nc|*.;-Tlic~resl(l-~
t'ni-i ol NYvkI fjechuli rumilrerl'water, (huy
obliiincd || and paid for it ihcimclves. ,
Willi (he Hi--|l(iiinl Hoiud (lie hllua-
■ Hon -vouM hfeui' lo work ndficr differ-   «"ony uficr a iUvOim, Tliey nib llieir
"    -■"■■--   'flncct'-   *■     '
fiilllUhllcullv     Jdlle vvuiiuin liolplnn oi|l vvllll (lie
fuel lhn imeoiiiforlablc drafl nf hiiclv
In-ih, 'i      "   '
I'or half a ceniury they huvr'slioiileil
"fiVMIli'lr'Tlj^" - Hli' vole, e^|iiii| pay for
euuiil-'wnrk,' eipiallty of op'poriiinliy •
all (lie whlliv ilamiiiiii'.nien for ifielr
P'll'Jib   .i,
,  Hy now, Uin-d men liuvu., been per-
minded wlial  women have, find  a niw
deal,  nnd  are  iiniluinliiNllcally  maMi)-1   npriiiuliut ' »'|> ainoiii*  women  who me
uh for lord-lime by "iwlni-liii-'lhe tlooi'h ...
of biihlne't'i and llm iirofefi-iloiiN rniicli
-wMerr--"- -•;-»;--:-- --': -■—-•- ~r~^-
MoH have <ivmi goye ho far nn lo
Mi|i|inii lhat women Nhoiihl not. get nil-
niony   or ihal woinop hIiomIiI pay all
meiilH liiniliiH up in women pn l|iey iik-
■niilin n moiH. aelive ro|e in lhe work Inn
worM,
St»iiuv luiHhanih me, I'leefiilly eultliiR
down op iho burden'of llieir m-iiniinee
coverage ait Ihey realize lliiil llieir iniiU'V
are ipille "cnpnble' ^1 lookliij', nl'li'i'
llieni'iclvi'h," ,
t. li  In-nol HiirprlHlnl' iliep  ihul ih»
woint  bucklilHll    lo' I'eiulnlH)   IdeiiN    In
Hiift'ly miimed lo liiiMhniKlii who provide boimllfully. 'I'lieNis women have no '
lnia|H|i)ii'of ai'fijiiini Joliiir Mriilfil|ini{"r"
tlienihelveH llirougli a career,
/Ihoy fliid'their Icflcrfilty- In".mriihuf-.'
liooil liinl ■hl>iiK-iiiiikliiu,i iiIko nil ihe lii-
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' '' -       ���  -^-fey Marion Qtomtwi -  JIMf^YBD far tho summer Ity Hip E.g.  qnvrnmept l>puvtm.opt 'of Ti'��vul, am  thyeo local ynunij- ladies whu MP uptver-  Mty fatudwulit,  ty-i-a Upv'-rly Haiw.�� or |hilwts;orpp'-,'  Mitts Son.-.-- Vib-p-op and M i hs vmpen '  lyieKori/.io ni (hbsons aro tnmift cnun-  ��cllma an thp HP   li'mitos*  Th liiritr made application   in  eaify  *V*n|->h,  w��ie mtorviBwml  and  told  Hud  thKV would im eontaeunl a��am \( thoy  eoult) he. used to lii"| Uio ppsltmnb   Utoi  the.*? wuio called foi  a neeond uvtoivtew,  Tyti   Lpvy ,wa-, mTrppg those tin thu sek-  -Uon panel* Thotr appoint moot ���-was eon-  .lirmP'tl  in "April  when  miu'h .mail   was  sonJlo thorn -I'ro.m Victoria.  ., .Staying  at  tfio  Villa  Motor Inn  in  '. ��iirnaby,  the girls  attended-a  week 'of  h-'tjansiv'** tramhu' at .tho  B.C.  institute  of Technology. 'Thoy loarnod much about  our country-'* history,  natural resource-'-- -  Olc, nnd hoard ������Intprpslimj guesl speakers  who showed slides.  ;��..    CurljCiiuvtos   wpi'b.-retipiyud,   the   flon.  JsahoLPawson making -tho pi-esuntations,  Thoy alan idlon'tlod-a 'Imuor at Iho  Air foVl" Imr in liichmund.        .-'  Senior Travel Coun-iullor Mrs", (trace  ^ong of Victoria and Mr. fid Nurmaiu-v-f  tho Popart moid of .Travel chaperoned thu  girls on a tour whan they wont from.  ^tHvell Uivei- Ui Gonjox', Cmirtoruiy,  Pamphall biver, Ktilsoy Hay, Alert Buy,  > Port ..McNeil, Port Hardy, Purl Alice, via  Jogging Iliads' to Gold diver, Lung .Beach,  yc|ue|��tv Tofino and Nanaimo. Overnight  stops we're made, luncheons and dinners  were tendered. Chamber of Commen-u  grirups wore out lo meet them; Ihey had  an airplane flight and al Aler l Bay .  watched a native triha-l dance.  The- i*��rls learned a lol of. first hand  information about interest my, places  Which "|'iey will betiblu tu -impart to the  travelling" pub lie.     ',"''"  Tlioso plnsani tourist coui-sbIIoi-s look  very Ohio iii their neatly InHorod, jackets  of  B.C. tai'tan  and smartly  fitted blue *  skirls in A-line style.  _ IBIMfe _��HQWBft      ___  : Miss* Judy farr was' grjesV" of honor  ���at a. lovfoly miscellaneous bridal shower  ^Jit lhe"'home of Mrs. Margarl Wheeler  With Mrs. Haxell Wrighl as co-hostess. A  beaut ilu I hi'ide doll graced the scene  amid pretty dciorafiontj in white, and  yellow, au��L.a happy atmosphere pervaded as several-flm-games were enjoyed.  Many* attractive and useful fuIts were  -��� received by. th.e bride-elect. A 'rtelidous'  lunch" was served  by -the  hostesses.  Guests attending were Mrs. Kllen  Poarco from Mission, mot her .of the  groom; Mrs. Hope Bryce from Vancouver,  sister of .the "groom; Mrs. Vera Farr,  mother of the bride; Mesdamt-'S bynne  Brandys; Ann Sneddon; Merilee Mulligan;  f'etly "Wrayi Poteen Mathews"; Bessie  ShHWi Margaret Kmersnn * and , Miss  Wendy Inglis. .. -, ���-' ���  geant.;, Maritai Im; P��g��,v. Yolop; Nauey  Pouglas; Iva Peterson; W.hin and Barbara Grant; . Nicki Sin-pinns; Puply  Mason; .loan SluchhBiTy; P'loannr 'White;  'Nan Heeves and Miss  I'ran Volen.  GflApUATION  Mi's. Cfciirirge Cooper and Mrs. Goiil'i'o  ��� Qwori weal hy' bus lo ("iirouporl, tiasje.-,  arriving llmro on I'Viday where they wine  IliillHu guesls of Arlys Puloi's' paruiils.  On   Ha l unlay   I liny   worn  among   fill'l)  wjio   enjoyod   a   bai|(jiin| , al   Brlei-crest  Thliln   liisl'ii'iilo,   On .llm' Hunday-   Ihoy  ii'llniiilud   Hie   Graduiilion   Hnrvici;.   Mrs,  , Cunpoi-H ..yuimiu.'Ht unil  Brian wan uiio-ui  ' lhe /u'lidi)  12 nnidpatiiH,  'I'hi-i wan lhn lijilh annlviii'sary of Ihu  high si'IkmiI dopl al BriercruKl,, ���  Gili.'iil n|i(iiikni' Pinfussor Wally 'Gripp  linvn a very -nai'iuil and vilid naiHHagi) nn  Kulilnnci! ami chiilcun iiluiui lifriM" roail.  On llieir,return io B.C.1 Mrs. Owen and  Men. Coupur, mnljireil wllli J'rliindii to Kim.-  burley niijnvln/' lliu Hi|liiio (Jreslun  iirnii, Tlie Wild 'I'liiwer-i, y/uyv, hlonmi|i/|  III 'pi'iiliiHinU'iiMluiililll Ml  Um ili|(|ini' all/-  llllfllfl    lIlOl'll    Will''   Ullll   .111 II III I   Hlll/W    III     |||l|  I'lilldnlilir.    ' ''       '    ;,  HUMMIUl   gilllBADfil'  Mltm A Mint ilu VWi'N will bo lining lu  Mi,lvvai|l(i'ii, "WIi'cuiih'Iii wlini'i! nho will  ,iillni)d a irnlnliiiicuiifiiiuni'ii iliiiin lit - Ml  Imluri! IiiiivIiik wllli "Opiiiniiuii Mi-hill-i-  nlloir on, a Cbrliillun Miiiiiiiihi' i'iihhiiIh,  oM,,ih an  inicnlnnnmtnailiinnl  nroiip,  working 111 rniiji'llii'linii wllli iii'i,siiliiuiii'|iii<  ' and'piiNiniH In local cliiirclii'ii i|ll iliruuidi  lillllupiiHiiul  uvnii   lielilnd   Hm   Iron  Cur.  lain,  ',.   ,.'  ", , '  Aiinii will I'uivn On a I'liglil i'rnin Kiip  nnily   All pm I,   iluiiu'.^llili   in   ii|nnii|   a  mmilliii In Praiirn. Him hi on of Hi young  |in'ii|llii from CiiiiiiMii;  llliiru urn, ii|i|hokI  mainly   I'll) gnlnii  froiii   Nurih   Auinrli'ii,  Oviu\ l,0|HP Iiiiui  IHiirnjln will Im pnilli'l  -~nmiiiir"TiiTy*'"nn'nrriirfrn"iiiii "niiijiiuuii  ��� liiiiikiuoiiiiilH Imi  all ImiInivii In Ihu i,nnl  ���.lii/niii   ciirhif   i|ii   lliolr'  nwii   pi'i'i'minl'  Miiviiiiir, Ji'Miii  In, lliulr��� ciiiniiiuii hniiom  Iiniini',  and  II   in  Ini'   lllin  Ihul   limy' pu  mil Julii llic world In iiullici Hln (|un|iuI  mm.'Ami tmhii**}  , |-'|vu.' 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Tlte ju-opoi ty was deeded by  Ute U\le qporjie qibsons fp he held  in perpiiiily a** a burt^rljBPQimd for  lllft" ftHrijly. Its |-eaiilifioaypn wa*"  Qibrsons Cfthtehitlal iiroiftt'l anil many  netipk gatliei'ed for the dedication on  wmrtay'May 83rd Uy $eyr$y\m With.  Abbolsforcl ��� to fittBnd Camvus Crus-ide  for fc"hriM iii"-|-ting!-. "ThPi'e vfEtrp .n'nwds  of 1,21V() daily, -many of ���whom--were going  out to friends, re la lives. and 'sti-apgqrs. to  rot011 t|ie -me-isago given at the rally.  Ladies 'from ii Ciih'sons'Bible Study-Gump  wore happy lo sod- I'Jdand Narlcy" Kenton,  . roturned "���missionaries from India, wilh  thuir (jaravan at .Olearbrook. It is hoped,  that Ihoy may revisit Gihsons. Thu local  ladios .aisiusaw Bill and . Helen bcshicd  who .wished to be remembered to Iriendt,  here ,  ���^4fli-^t]-:d-|?lftrertce^i^        from Van-"  toilver- 'vvci'0 guests "-ni-"'Mr^iTf Mis "P  Boss Gibson  lasl  week.  Mi', and Mrs. ; John S. Thurston,  Avalon Drive, entertained nn Saturday  evening in hnnor of Mayor W. A. Anderson and his wife Edna who were on Iheir  . fjrij)   yisit .,_l.n^ jjie,LJ^f"iniisuJa: from   Uveir..  home-hr''itpb1iSway,' Oregon, dfher guests  were Mayor Wally. Peierson, his wife  Rita and daughter Lorraine; Floyd and  Gladys  McGregor  and  Harry  and  Mar-  ' garel Smith. The Andersons very much  enjoyed (' the*. Sunshii'iu- Cop.st' and they  are liiolfh^nntrard to visiting here again  when  (hey cap slay  longer.  Mrs. Hazel -Wood from'Victoria paid  her first yiait lo Qibsons recently. She  is the m;-i,pdflaHgh(er of the late George  Gibson, Over from Vfriicouyei- w^!'e Ml'-  and Mrt-feHftrman Wllito, Mr,'White beinr^   'kranstsfth^  I'Bfiftl^PMANSllw- sfeajsi into tho Twir  Htiht- 'h-,;"'"-ve-|(*i; ife -\m\- P\l{\d ��� Hp$  0 Y0.\.i|; hgao. ;- ��� ' 'Ps '" ���"Birit ��� ��� ���, VlpP  Vol's'",'   -, .   -', - .   ���..'.. 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Ho I did not ri-fo and oltoep-ai. i|-|n  aiiiiu'ipiiHin-ppl abojil HipTV.koI,  : "   Imiidi "What HoepiH iirHHn-  ' wilh il, (loarV  ���'Why," ��||i! hii|(|, lUTin^'lhait/ h) ���nvpry  WOl'tl, "I'ur gutting! ,a pli!lilru|<m every  elianimll"  % ��X*-' - '  yj:-!>>?jy-  ' / * Mi-*'  ���l tt"   * .  '*��� i"  ���fiAKi  11^,   ,^c  po suro to  drawn all flw  �� L  "Oh, look I" she went on, lll get three  pictures on  131"  This was, of com be, one of those occasional mpniei'li- whep the atmospherics  lunimy-diddle annual, and thu bounce  was bringp'g us everything from ^an  Piago, California tq Juneau, Alaska.  Channpls otherwise idle were suddenly  ln)Ziing with business. Even opr educational ehannpl was bi'igiit and clear, and  wp watched .Tpha Child fry and endive.  ........... Ufit|  .\yn  hud to watch it un|il the stalion-hl'otjk (o  fjpd nut wlicip il cippe from,  '   |'i was "hare-rip."  ���pprhaps you saw lh|s show, aurl ro��  mptpber the Mlory, (Some widow woman  jind pips p| si|vcr hidden dowu tho tam'h  wull, apd Iho |ap| n-ep came lo steal il,  They ha(pl|iat wagpn apd lump pi lu'i-bC!-  yuu see nn ''Muiuppsii," "fihoycnno,"  "Gunbinoke," etc, and limy weie piling  Ihu hai-K of sUyer into i|iu wagon. Muiipr  tiiue, iiurgood men w��re riding, riding,'  riding. The* o|d' nal>ep bijc|'0|, pp a rfipo  apd winding eraiik, wiailf) go diiwiV inhi  flip deptliH aii'il-uijo of ||i��"lin<l mon wuh  in Um wull.nilinu.il wllli ��llyMi',lmni.,Tiiun,  l|ipy would eranl* il up. lyloaiilinu!, llm  grind men wore ridipg, riding-, riding,..  Thou Ma: ir|H|i 'Iowa i" 11(0 well nailed,  up to iiiu oilier had men mul ho -mid,  "'bury u|), ynu fpllown, itin lint flown  lim/el" 1 llioipthl I had nils|iu|ird, Imi  HPDlPWhi'il uliligiligly the had iiiiui dnwil  in Hip well repeaiiul h|H rnini-ph, ho ���I|ipi,p  "\fffn. im f|uoiilloiV'iih'p'nl "il"    l|i|s was a  )|U|   W��|l,      ' 'v        'A-^  ..".'-.'"  , ,1 hiivo pnibably never, luld you about  tlio limn i foil down a well, li was In  my youlli, and wn worn I'liil^lilng up a  l(i|llii> nf Iiiih!'mil liiifoi'i! um miilliei'ii  naliuil nn lu, mid IhiIwuuii ihml' and (lark  I I'liiiiidiiil lliu back pud of; Mul Grdway'n  nhed oagnr for nomu placii in mtcreiu niy-  mill' tm llic olhoi'M .pnuldn'i bud mn. I  wpiii'luir ilmik down lulu hln well, and  pnw in h" I'uljnenH nf inMioHy riiave  a diiilln.1 rrcnili'i'liuii lh',il jl wim mil  a Imi p|mm," ���> '  Mn| liml llflcil  Im plaulut off Um Ipp  Ml   IHM   Will  day  |iiiii|iniiii  Specia hefremony    Taking pa'1 In tlip repent dedication  of rioiieer Park iii Qibsons ,arp ii'hin  ief 1;   'fronf $Taitt^ms"   (Jentenniai  Comi-nitlep ehgli-i-rj-iti Sr. \X A. Mc-  Lean; Rran-lfraitis mhm ivir. Henry  Av WhHei" J<*|er 0i|}!5ons nioneersiMi-f  Josepli lylitpheti, ^s GSliaddie X}n*vr\s  per, Mrs. qr-a^e.-JVf; jahamherlin 'an4  Mr. Gordon Bryant. Also taking-part  in Ute cerei-nofiy w^re Cprporat Lou ���  Biggeirian, Qjbsons Centennial Coan-  tnittee chairman %. K(-i] dotUtai'it,  MinUter without .Portfolio Hon Isabel Dawson and Mr. Ross'Gibson.  insci'Unj_^ljii-ge hop, [a cool, which was  - not alto-mllicr ap upcoipmon practice in  thn.se days before mechtmic^l yofrlffera-  t|otf. Y/hUchpr'J   \.\)��> Pitcher, had   cpmo  *nm��Pfl.' nnd fl/fpp Hie,'w��-fl-*p��ilp-��' tlm  hpd  Ipwprcd-^ho-parcass by l-lpofc olhl  Ipnkje (or, as vfa pp) i|, (t)ltp-j' pud falte)  Until   it  w��b  si|spbnde(|   iunt   idii'vo   (ho  biirlfrce or tho wider. I dnin'l know, pf  couise, lhat i|)is hpd been done, and as I  popped up from the I rigid duplhi- ol Mel's,  wu|l 1 I'lbfpvurod lltib brig withopl knowing, oxipilly what it  was, expapl  thai  il  wi(b iionielliing (n grab and hiii|g< In, Mel  -���pallori Imidly, but only oncu. Almvu ipe,  ip-tlio thin jlgh|. al l.h'i. I up, 1 onuld-��eo  Hip .Hhoai-i-  frpm   whioh , IllP  bl'icl;   nud  lac|-|p doseonil'iil, -p^d bpyond  (ip-i  a  eircuiar porijop: pf dm MiiHy Wuy.  jt was not hot |p ihul well, it wa��  enlf),   (iaimi,  rilnipal,  apd  dep'IdodlV   upr  ��� worm. Aflf-T i ^m'luiaiuiud ryioi'ii Am,  I  hml" nliiiul  II) fppl.'!��� cliinh    bracing  ipy. foot a|(i||i|id  |||o rooks aii<i hapdipif.  myself up ||io rnpofj,  If) Iho dirrk  Ui'h "  look,earn and paliopce, apd 1 liipl p|on|yf '  uf 11pm in aseui'|i'i||i Jhu ojoaii livoragp  teilipiirnlUrp, 1 <-J-|-|l(irni| Jill III.: (|i:IimIh In  my moilipc, while n)iu ruhhiKl Vni' wilh  a towe| rind fed pie-hul Kuup, apd tiflor  she |l|(i|��ef| ipp under Hpipp, hlanj-elfi a||e   went uvrir ppi| had p fuw^WnrilH, with, "Yl,e,|,-'  .Oi'dwny' 'iilmul ' leiivjini wV!l|ir'|iiJf!ov|!|'od,"'  I rualii-.u Uiul. ihjngM in ibiilywiiud ean  be diffnrenli iv)pv|p iiii|g|n,. ciui malui  wnllii hul.' Bid bow die limy .pool a liugV  ||1 ,1'lll!! p*||-prH"-||H!'i:i|',llr awe an ill '  i'iiiiiiiIu we|;n bi'iiiiuhl Ip Yale,an a imuuia,,  uf |i'iii|npnrl I'iir iiupplieii in ilm (Jfirtliuii,  The iixperiiiienl wa�� uiiiu|i!iiiimi|'i||, Tin*  (���uniol'i iu.'iu'ihI lipr-ieii apif ihc'lr hind' pariH  ���wpre ii|iii|i|leil In |||ii rpelcy lrii||ii, Ml'il'dl  , liiaid unii |iiJ|t|inwi| In |pivp nurvlved up-  llllll),  TWILIGHT THifiTSE  Mick JF!aj-)pr grit} 4j-'h*c�� Ppx.  ���     RISTWtlfi'lis^. .....'���.  p��. epnsor vy-irninfj- ."Violpneo, Sc-<   :..,qtiif."ornc,^powp-l7^n^':iflpf'^  SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT  Mi  '        STARRING  Apdrcy l-lr-pfjum, l^px Hqrrlson <"n'|  Staploy Hplloway". -  THWRSDAY. FPIOAY, SATUf^pAY,  Juno I*; llf 1�� ��ir * p:��i��     -  .      ��Mt Appffixjinqfol-/ 11 p.ip.  -    SIAI'I'IMG:  hldmiy |-(ia|c|( rMnillll l.��ltdni| tini)  iJprhpio /yVNoir.  SMHOAY. MQNPAY, TMP^AY,  Mf-W, HnM fHflt.Apiini  <f#  f  f*,TAR|i|N|3|   "   '     ;  |)ono M'll'Mu, Ih'll I riiK-eM"! iirnl "  J con &nhiit(|,    , ����� ��� -  WWNWPjfAY.'.THMRSPAV, FRIRAY,  SAtflHPAY AHP SMHPAV,  Apbo.tf, \f. iq iv nn<J aof^t��p.mf  ,i  tr)\\arr\pnc*}  PfllilNTraESTnRES!  IIuIih hi ||)u luiul of huuiiinif,, iMrh fiudhpll.. miAml VmwW pr����l��l��iif  ,l��lfr|p��,M(��l fl��orK�� i��|wm ncuupi ||m immy MUmhUnson, i\\ ��� l|fu offlrinl  H<dduii Kuy whioh ayiHh.Hi/uH onli;y/jm��MinK nf Hhnlh?lf't*; )H*vy wliool li��nl  lulu llm wm id   of mlitodllou   fiom   Hlwmiy urnm'ty  ���ft^'V^i<^><*li^*J*M***^^^  ��� tW�� siJverllsowaat to ^^JJak4 Of dteplaifasltef ^i U^ysr asHtVol ewr4 ^f ^ Ww fi����fllPVlH P*<^ <��w^ n'JAf^A'JAAJ''���>; '; ��� ',-:.���;'*'.<&v-;��� " --\ - ----...; v-.���������.;.-/, ^-; ���������;..-��������� ;>;,.-;,. ���-,  1  V  -���-IM���- i    \ .--;.- -N,' / ** *v f  ����4  ^  &?  1 !  I    s  f'    \'A>  ,*f  Fqge R-4 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, Juno 9, 1971   ~ . ,���, -i rr s-7-s  ,      ,���'���'.;   " 1 ���������    *       *  1  *.       'f1       '  / - * , *  \  ^  .0tj  *  ,  ���"WW  I ,.,   J    K   A A.  I "  "�����*.  V    ,*  \^*ir*" *'i��v,wn  r-^"  ��� *  i  J\  (���    ��*       I'  \  nk^KJJf XJrA Aa - *  ���^     *" ^^ -i A^hA^ aa   ,|(iVA^'  Distance  Finishing the 1,500 meties in time   Harpour, A fine athlete Andrew also  Easy Finish  Not as easy   as   ft looks, Lorraine    in time of 1 min 6 6 sees   Lorraine  Bilcik was* u 'very tired girl after    also took first m hurdles with time    Junior Senior Boys track event which   home in the recent Walkafhon.  taking first in the Junior Girls 400 yds    of 13 9 sees * ls seVen giuelling   laps at Pender"  First &  Ricky  Paul   streaks  home  to first  place in the Junior Boys 400 yards  sprint bringing up his house points  ���������������,��� "and causing a loud cheer from sup-  BC'Hydro pad a tola  of $8,063  o mun- , ��  ,. ' ,  icipahties in the Gihsons-Sechelt area Peters and the many pareuts who r  foi schools anci other municipal purposes came to watch the fit I'l day of events  m 1970. r- at Pender Harbour Secondary School.  1 Hydro eontributions  aid School District  of 5 mins   22 sees, Andrew Higgins    came first in the Junior Boys high        The amount consisted of $h,oor to the  takes   first place   in the combined   jump with 5' 3" jump and was first   fin^ee ��f Gibsons and $2,()o5 to the vu-  T,,.,.,,..    0^r*X^r.    T)���..���    (,nM.    n.m^t    *���Ui n.U V, r. **r. rr      * v,       IU rr       ,.���,.��.,*       \tl rril^r* fir ^r. !<*&&     Of     DeCllelt. . , . "  ��e  Hydro.pays .school taxes ih most areas  rm.the same basis as .apy.other taxpayer.  It isJ normaFly exemptfriiin general taxes  but   makes "gt-��uits-iiTo   uTl   Thunicipaliti-e^  m the regions of British Cokunbia served  hy   Hydro.  Tire grants are based on the eouiva-  lent of the previous year's ��� genera an'  local .improvement taxes applied ':' a.,  lands and most buildings owped by Hydro,  plus one pei- cent of the gross revenue  frpm sales of 'electricity und gas in the  .municipality concerned. '  o In 1970, 120 municipalities shared pay-  menls from Hydro totalling more than  ,1>B'i million, lo addition, Hydro paid more  thdn $15 million to the provincial gov- I  emmetd���in- school -Ui*es,.' sales tax on  purchases of materials and equipment,,  water runtals, gasoline and fuel taxes,' 1  ve|fii-lR  licences and general- taxes.  Hm0^0Hmmmmms^msmi^amm0i  ISOiBC  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing fn  RAARKgL  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  5  mmmsmmmmmfgiiw  W  "When it comes to  keeping your money  sorted out, nothing  atsaRG.A."  ^ . ���    *   ,  w^^Kifiif^ifiit^^^mfftfmf^  ', "* v     **   '" , ,0��fX*l* ," j,   ~' ���>  Cool Sprinter  JAAiAA,  yA'oi "^'M'pJm jtly.,\  .Now  Kvent  Tlm  Invollii lliiow  wus hoiiuIiIiiiih   which could im��I cobipiuo will) (Jhpi  ituiw'nd<h?d lo Pewit'  says;  Keitli  Duffy  h 1  ���)  1  Lynn Hie |ule�� llio 40(1 yds hp I       wcondH pi yhd o    )t lee Muipl\y, II    ���rntM/|Hq(- |i<if0jchantl hyWruHtonrh-  isotiM^Ufll"^ of i|0|H | tho -'hpUm!,,'  ior Senior (llrls hi I'cndcr in hor    wm�� h cool day lor the hpnunl 1rnck    .,��� ���.,,;. ���./.�����( .if-jiiimi iim dkii.n<./. ��� '  Hlridq wJU) lime of I min 15,0 nnd jiwt   mmd, held on W��di)0Kduy oi la^t w��uk,.   !!^.g fflL'II^M'. J!]tJH{m (L.^^ :.   ���TV.  fc'1  -V >'  "*'��� .'  f ?���:.  {������  *y -"  1-i  i  -'-.���/  i  ** j'  ,  .<  ���  ,��.��* >  *.,'  ,  ���*-.  ��  *.  ? -.  i  ��� 1  1     Hi  mnrf  utip-wmfyiiiwi^muwiwm  h��'l��l,v1i 'ty"!." " '��� . U'!' '.��  '**  /MM/h'''; iv��.��"*�� '���y'<*"*,fi  * 11 * i ' *  .**?   * i! .,     ^ t�� ,      ,       ���       ��     i       ,p#       ��� f    ' hi l    i      *i )0-fix*tti 4if,dff",  !W , ��w**Vv V V,'1 <h#U*i'��.U>y/i( d',*.Vi< i ';" ���f'"   ' .'I' i  >'.H  k* ���*    I  V"   'I  -{       I  -��� -3-.-J  "I  **��� h ' ���*    ** ��w  i^/ii-r ,1-oop  il'mo.   fhdd,  h nl    nflur  4'4)i��dor-��ui lio mu'umty uhuiiA H tiw   nlrlda,  Wp didn't Ml ihirrhJI 'LuhMu''*! tfiiw   flohl; Milling'. h.mw\ lo n liml. linhdi  in lhe liui'illii iv������ foe Hi. JJoy�� nl   .nfluMnkh)H'hiu��M��roiiM hiirdhiH In IiIh  , .Air'Tlio|.iJvP/i!iii''prn(lMr?t*lflrflqtlr��lhyf|unrniitflfid,  upd ��:K|iy,iho wtui pf fiipillty inppffiv/il, "lip- luv  I'/ilut" iw �� |iiM.-f|ii��l|l/, iwtlorMi", |nnt��/wli)iHil  iliumtdnr hr'nid nl \itt\iir, Ynu wild o-(|>��iit lu |��iy a  nrflrrij-pri .prlnn. fpr.lllll P*U"t��i*"IL'Hr*�� ..rl"l!��!lfy# J'!fou~���  ""hiMiiiiA-i wii'lii'"!'' It Juftf' f"ii*/�����'# ill*' liumoliivn-",  you'll (Ind It rtllrmilvfily pfrM, Huy "luv" now hy  ilia f|ii��rt, hy Dm* qiil|on,<l'fl|r|lt oh tho hoauiy of  "Miv," l?1  ��. ^ly/iikf}}!  1  _  Ui  MA Koynl Jhiuk ^prM'tiidl ('lhi<|ui'M�� An<:(?iml.  it* U>o hiiHioui,, jnntfU-JHivnnjf'j-l, unilioiioino-  ipiad vyny wo know for'you to \uw\,AiAw on  your monoy nnrl |,ulj-n cnni nlAwmpnl iniA  lioiiHdhohl hill'i, Yoii ciui wlito oIkkjikih vyliun  ��� you wfhit to,you Itoopn liundy r*ntnri\ ol'/ill  piiymiinlhuiiil wohoiuI you n ro^uliu' nlnlo-  iihimI-pluHiill your (iiUKHilliid (���iKK'tioH,ho you  kiiiiwo'oiutjy'wliiii'oyou Htniul, ��� '  Ho If'ififyJriK hiWn mul liH'iU'lnK oui, wUtAs  yott'vn |{of, in iJiulmiik hfitH you nil doiiruyiirl,  (���(iimi in untl nun iih. A Itoynl Hunk I'oruoniil  (!��ll<u|ufnf( Aituount will Htriiij{lifon you out  in it Imrry,"  8��as��MI5il��fWlwHI'S,��'l?i*iM  :'M^8iiMQPfll(i^(i'  -TRAIL BAY HARDWARE LTD-  ��<>��<*|)f-jt  \  Phono 8B54MWB  " ,   '      ' ' < '     ' ' *    ', '  Till!* Kuyill   Uiilll   Ih  llluilM'll   In  Ml|i|lly   Illlh   'fmi'.   i:n||nl  "'iiiiiiiiiuiII-/ '('ii|||i!|'" Im iim' hy M!|v|ai rlnhh, i Inn ill  l'inii|is uiul ilyli'iiilinKd nn-iuil/itllniDi1 In nm hii;ii, Im III"  : i |1iii||iimmiI iMlvviljnliii- yuui -.'i-hIiiI uv'/'iilh ui nin!)l|i|i,-i, II  win linvn mi iiiiiiiHMit;i|iiii'iil wlili'li yim wiiiiIiI'IIIm) hi n|)|ii'iu  In  Dili ifin.li, iilciihit ��'/i|ln<:f   K*'llli  |)ully  nl   UM") V.'l)l,  Thu 1ur||ii|l llnsjilinl AuMlnny Annnnl I iiiiilun/ii In lliiviiui'iii      tilylfl Will no held li��*i|lin"/ii(| nl 11 mil, in llm Tim iwM  \(.ii(/iini | loll,   I hnrixluy, .hinti.'Jfllli, l.yuiwinn \l��  w��l��  Mirn'i l���� nllnndi       ��������>'"' ' ,,  !>in:l|i)l|   ^HK|l|niy i In   !��|,   M'M'A   I l'ni|iilu| y^lll   ni'iiil   HP  'Jhilii'dnf,   Ippu. Ihlh   in   ft,l, JlilrVi, Hull,   ^(ihnll,  f)|)iriihiu* will' lii-.liiilu l'��. i>.  H'lpun. niid Mi, htlin  |.inv|/��, , .  Hill -fii-n  Ik lull ii-miii  Im  Urn   Vm-|om��  iiimiimI|I��i;��  iiii'I  , nrnnfil(i��llffii*i.,.pL.ili��...hmuililnw C'noin ���wlii����� w*"i��lil~ltk�� in.  ImI'-mii lli'i -miMIi. ��| iiny I'lniik H1-7 n|�� hniii/ini Im IjmhIiu  1 mp- cnlwrl'iliiMiuiil,      , '   k      1  ROYALBANK  -lhe helpful bank  ����l,��ll ��� HDfl.JJI,! ���'���'.���  ,  11 11 f "I ��  . |ifl��������ii."il"i hi .i.irn, 11 1 ,i,,�� i���n, ����i|fii>!"��i'��".ili ww'i  ���nk.  Ji- ^  ,..,L,,.���;  f/ '  "(   ��� 1 r  J. .��    ��W  0S***t*9*0**0*v��*,  --^fl*t-"cF^^*-^^"Si*^^^*^py"lM^f(fS^irs-  ��� rt V% ,1��*i-*1    $***#&* "-   -*-J������-1 ���*"-   *"  *; Zf >.' u ^00^^0^-^^A^^^ i^tj^a^Ss!^1^^^ *S."^: w'4'i?*1*" '//��*��;  '**"-*':.U^ �����-.-��� .'./-^  *:- - ���*-!--  -      ** ,        i    '��� ;"* i* ,*-..-�� v.,-*-, -*.*    "���"V", .-     - .     *"���*��� \-'   ,  ��� .��.v. '   TV"   , *-!' \ - ���  N      ^ ' ,   '     ' ��     " I "\U,   1      , ' '  ' x =��� >    _ i      J <   , .    . .     i     > e     _  rs*rY&:\  ���i-*"-*^  v*' ���*-.  '"r  ,*������**.���*<��--*���   ���14   .   l��i#"   *^*-rt^ -*����� i����*.*vr S**<*** 0*0* ->���*  T  ���^*? ���*_���  ���/  Pan/ St Pierre  hAY.  ���Letter froni Parliament Hill  r��^U$$KIJtS, Belgium-/Tho NATO Ptu-  Uunieuhuy Abbnciation'b mt'elingb hjjve  heon (n muled tono So much in Tilabt-  Wcst nllaiib us bin Hub in the wnrld'b  &mmwm.imiz&&(*!a liu-.m-elloiieh at llus,  m-w   prngi <"-*  disai maniuitt  ,    .  .   ���-i''M t a 1 K s,' new    btatc-  ,h',[       ".       ���flfl  m<jnts ol  rptibniuihle  'isff  amiability   h-ont   lhe  SM^     Amor u-an   and   lliife-  '): hum   loaderb    NATO  * ivuukb 11inn  liul   UnibbollB   ib  ��^WM-��a no' onlv Uie luiqc|-  ���Jp quarters ol NATO  &P*i'l8g| IT ib ulbn the bite ol'  the hoadquaiter'b ol  the ISuropcan TCi'ononiic Community,  which makes lt,(to an extent grater Ihun  nni- miKht mui-une, the adniinibUaUve__  I'lipilal  nly  ol   Wubtein   ISinopa  nuiuvg this week het'u, the Urilish  lire enloilnij into a public deh.ite on  what ninv he one ot the most important  dm-ibions of lliib tenliuy Hh.ill Hi Ham  |oin  I'lKC  Since Canada maintains u diplomatic  misbinn to the RlflC in Buibsells. the .week  luib provided ,m oppoi Innity foi oll-the-  rccind cbn vei sal ions with bomu ol oui  nllicials In .iddilton, Mulish MPs and  I.oidb itlU>ndui|i thc NATO im-elui'-b weie  iiwriv lo dtsiiibs MiiUun's mnnu'iilnus ik>-  1'ibion  .Those   o1).mji vnlinns   arise   Mom   siuh  i-onveibatiotib  It would he a "-mistake to look on  British entry info. EEC as a mere economic-, arrangement to escape, larifl' bar-,  riers and gain access to major markets  and long-vuu pi-oduclion jines. Tlie dt!7__  cision  is  far  graver.  If Mrilain entprs EEC, she will again  ���heennio a membei^ of tlio Europemi family "I' nations to an exlunf unknown for  three centuries. Her isolation from Ijie.  Cfttdtne-ni "will no longer even be partial,  fshe will be a continental-slate of limited ���  sovereignly within Ihu confederation;  ,  Iter ties with the ComiTiiinweallh,  which used to bo an Ernpiie. wil) be  made more tenons. The liluropean, states,  particularly Eraiice; insist lhat ".slates hy  ��� t lie-'^iJKC-lvo-'primarijy- anil '-Ttjjiiri^ttti"i-aiiy'v''"  (-ofrtiTTuntal in (heir interests.  " \Viilr Britain's ���������untry, Nelheiianders,  Italians or i-iiiy.ens of any other EEC  'stale .will'have lull and unlimig^ access  to ml.mtgralirtn into t.Jreot." Mrilain. Cy-  iindians, New Zeajanders and other- Cprn-  mnn-weallh citizens will ionii'rrue'"to show  passports at Britain's immigration offices.  Krench and German cilizens woli'l need  to.  For- the Brits, the advantages of entry  ilito fhe EEC are generally agreed upon.  Britain will be a major entity in a political organization rivalling lhe 1{��A and  Iho U.S.S.R. Although her food 'prices  wil n*a l)y. "houi 211 per cent, as she  shuts out TCoiumnnweaith agriculinral  products and buys from the protected  T'fUropeaii ffirmerB, her industry will  thrive and her. standard ()(!_ Ijving almost  state ji?   whieiv she .fe|J   lUtefl   the   last  Great  War. .:i";fl.i "��� f.:'  Nol -only the prnpnnents of Bcijish  putry,(but even the opponents, agree that  n .I'liiHlamenlal (jjioslion is wludiipr B|-j|-  nincaii  al'fniil  lo  nol  jn'in  ijie"jflliic.  The   Conservative   Prime   Minislpr   is  ('(ininillled   whnlohcarledly     lo   Mi'Hain'b*  joining Western  If'iirnpc. The l,airor Op-  'pOHiMnn parly lii|iiiched tliU nng'utialinnh  fur eiilry while il was in power." Il Is  difficult lo seo how llwil parly can now  Tuvcir-ui'il.si.'lf.   In 'bulb   Ihe purlins'   [hum  .um oppoiiitnls, Mul 'filinoHl lhe ' entire  Labor Opposition would probably have  hi  Join   with   Conserviiiivn   pnrly   rebels  Wcdnesdpy, June 9, 1971  V  Qiand Chapter B& , .  ThP Ppnlftsulp ,TjrrtBs  "-?���*-*-,, k. .  P(*!9e &$  *'���** ������  *,    i.  Ldcal'fepresf'atative OES  attend 60th, An*nive"csarY  SIXTIETH   Anniversary   ol    lhe   Cjiand;  Oha-pU-r ot'BC Otdei ol thtf'I'liiMi'rp  .Star \yits ctdehialcd m1 Glnlhwac|- liom  May am h t�� .hine shul  I'l-'Hiding id tlpil HiUeiiild Vallry  Diamond Jubilee Si-ssimi/ o| the Gnuid  Ghtiptei wei a Tvtu" It O Johnstun of  Chilliwack as Win Ihy CI und Matron and  Mi Jnjui rl hoipnb, Buinaby, Grand  ration  slump*- f^ntk-cted hy OES. mpmhors^  fctyy-r    thp . Dluldftin    Kund   (lpeeved  i|!3,��iri2_;*|P'in (Imii-tlnm, jhis Itist yeai'-  w*ylp(]ihL'ib     rcturimd     ot)t|iuspd     unci  Yf-'i'lY  In woik  nn  cancpr  pin-enls  titter  ([10 specinl lyiiinili-v moinhu' insirtii'tlun,  \ypyp   flrttee   ^liano.    Thpy   aie    asking'  pupplp pt tho "Jpuuis-(Ui nol to Iwrget the-  Q.ES   Summer Teq  to  be  he|d  nl  tfto  honip Ol jfvh'. and Mrs  Bei't fiiin. Thump-  The main enhseum was made to lool; W B( , Umgdale Jiom 2 ptn   In 4 ,p  ikp a vallhv with j. multitude pt  sihpr ^  &HU��jinv.  .Ipv  3td   'l.ckota  may  itars   and   ghttei.rur tpinmed   mnop    A H'U'!"''^  ���� H''*������� fmm OMb   mo  iptiutilul ori ntuuluu! of the lUeen Ktusui s1-"* I  Everything stopped for the f|ti8]s of  tlie spmo^ hoys hfgh jump 't*|, Pentior  ilaihoui Avhen Chuc-k li'aiconluulge,  -      Half Way  Oordon K^miTierle and Dpug Field-'  ���ing.bfllUetl'it oht lo tl]p finish. ,DrhJ{|  Kielduits "im-ltneij    huie   hi-oki"   j*'e  gchool. record' wilh |l)is p fl 6^ ^mck-  knife, leap, \ :  '  ^  \  TT"  i-'*v- *  k's/^'�� ***-    .      * .-���  wi-- ....���-      -  '-i    /. .-��� ���    ���,    sv* "-.  ! * " If* ,"  *    1*       "i v.' " . ' ,, r.    i * \. '    ^ ��-J    * 11 I *r.    f*  ��� ,\   ^\JA '��������� .:���-���-. --J- v '**/" ������";":"?..- .'������*y^" A  *ri**KH  w    r     ,     f, t ,1   *  I    1  ",.".<  * ' .4  <   ��  ,  0irl  ,*r*rr An.  9*  4>Am*iW(  **    A  t* *  C  nhWM^   <Vi HfMlt -i t+t*- i  ,$\m Fini��l^  lilep  *..  heaulitul oil ptunluu* of the liicup Eursei  Valley hung m the e.Tst. anplhui ml  painting' depictintj a (uuden scene liuni*  in I lie w^l.  Sunday mghl. Major- lhe Ue\ S G.  Home, C p , senioi ehapain ol C E B ,  pump Sli-lp, Munilnhii, conducted tlie  c|iiu*'li seivicu in the Choam doom, Evia-,  (jiecn Hall. The theme nl Maim* Home's  jail' wtis babec| on St Kianns ol Assibi's  we)| known "ini.liument ol peace iiuytsr'  Approximately 1,M'0 OES menibois  attended" the Suasion." fWtl voting mem-  Clunadian prnvinct'o ntlendpd plus inuin-  buib wcie piesent Guests liom othei  bcib liom l|ie blales ol Maiyiand, Texas,.  California, Oiegan and Washington  * .Attending li.pm lhe,j41u''mbiila were:  Mi'sT Lot r\Q^ I3i ysiu*;.. VVprfhy -*KUiiri/(jj,. as  7leleg.de, Mr Ti'd Shaw, Worl.by Pali on;  Mi .Jcihfi-rtnnnoly V I1 , Ass^tant Grand  gcnlinel Mis Phyllis I^arUer, MM ; Grand  Hcpiesenlal(vi" ol Oiegan in IH', Mrs.  Bessie Shaw, I'M on the commillec <>|,  credentials, Mrs Gladys Bool'er I' M on  Ihe committee ol losl and lound^ Mis-  TAulh Hairison. Associalp Mali on. Mrs  Wrhua Sun, Conducti ess; Mr Bert Slim;  Mis Ma|.y Gordon/ Mis' John Donnely.  Mrs Edna KisIut P M ; Mis Dot is I'riinr-  niond P.M, Mis V.uv Eades PM, Mis.  Maigaret   Swan   I'M  A gavel and si and made ol black .  ���rh"2iry (plnrrrcd "Tn IU'ri by Sri. James "  Douglas) was prcseulod Jo Mrs .lolin-  ston loi 'he Grand Chaplri by Huntor  B Voge, MI.A lor Laiu'ley, liom flic Provincial Govei nineiit; the gavel was given  in Hicognrtion of the woik I he Ordci  does in the Meld nf cancel reseaieh and  fiee cancer- dressings  Giace Shane Ihe Provincial Director  Emeritus ol OES. Cancer station started  the  project   2fi- years  ago  Five Eastern Star training awards for  religious leadership of $!"()() each weie  Won and presented al lhe chinch .seivice  by Mis! Ruby I'lotchpr-P Q.M. of (3.C  Fpur  Elizabeth  Bentley of $451)  were  awarded.    Two   special   j-ehofuiships    oi'  $2fl[".2a   each   given   by   W.   CJ-.   *V|iiji-tini  Mi's. \\. p. .Johnston pf Chillivvaclc.   *���','  Jim Truenian sop of Mr/, 'pud' Jytrs. A.  ip.  be  in-  Gibsons 1st Brownies  honour past Godmother  MAY liRil-i wjll he fi "night tn rompmbev  jpr Mi-*   Jean  Davidsnu,  who.   aflei  -sprunij (js l-'au'y Gpdjnnther to Gihsons 1st t  lirpwnip  pai'lf   loi   nearly^ II) years,   has '"  dpcidefj tn let anothei  'Good Fauv' tnlic  pvui   Slip arnved at the meeting to Irud  I hi'   hfdl   decoiated   as   well   us   a   jjuest.  pf l|pi)p|- cluiii   fpi   hci   to sd   ui   Seven  C"}(inies   Who  wcie   nnf'lnully   m   Ihe   1st  ppek ha,d been invited as wpll as sinun  mnthers.   AH   juiests   were   shown   thoir  spats by Brownies Pptti Sfai-r apd Mau-  rpeti  liVi)-gyt|ie  Tn shnw thoir appreciation pf Jean's  Vole -as <5ndmn1her. Brownies presenttid  jiei with list) (owcls made by the {-iris nnd  a siiuvenir.cieam and suj-ar sei o| Gib-  r-|)iis. These ylt'ls were presented lo hor  |iy the Sixers, her dau-ihter /"eaiui {-ave  jlt-'r a cu]'sa,i{c, the Spcrmdeis served refresh men l_s tuifl p song dcdlcn|Pd to Jpan  and wt'ltlen hy Evelyn Sluidivcll was  uuni!. Games .were played, badges pre-  Kunli'd and Fairy Godmothei Jean I)avit'- '  son rpfired in a bla/.e of glory dampened  by lhe odd tear  Mrs Strompiust will be ta|-iriR oyer  LliiiK-IUiel" a�� Brown-OwJ���w-hilij-Mr-i���Ar-  lone White lakes a leave of absence  and it is hoped mothers will -"upporl jier  as they have done oilier Brown Owls i|i  Ilu" past.  On   Monday   evpninK,   Mny   Hist,  Mr.  John Jlarvey o| FloweilauieVloiists pai'p-  ed   the  admiral imr pi'  approximatply  !3S  Guides from Gihsons 2nd Company and  the I hanks ol  all thp loaders, and  girls,  Ipr lakiiu' his 1uno in ordpi io shnw'thoiu  the jut 'pt  J lower arrnii'tinH. Thrj' gtildes  weie Kivcn the flnweis and, assii-|ed by  Mr  Harvey, each idrl make her "qWn ar-  rariijenieiit which was later proudly fallen  home.   Mr.   Harvey   offered   to'  do ' the  Stime for Christmas  cnrsai'CR  when  that  season sirnvcs. A hul "Ijiank you" tp pun  pt Clihsims vyilljng nierl-lij|n|s."  Ili'l.liiiii Jiilu. fij'iiC'  In dcfeiil llic (fciiliy o  Tlm   liiillsh   iiublic, ''ninrd   (imolioinil  lllllll   llll!   |lCI||l|l!   WlllTIII   l||cy   (l|l!,'|    ||)   |(,p.  nifienl  Ihi'iii, nrrr iihuwiii|( Hlrnn/(' nppntii  Hull In liiikinp lhi!inniilvir(i"ln a copfeileni  Hun in which lli'py mny find'ilinniHelviiH  nvniTiiloil by t|i),i,rlii(.'iti|oi|H of nIiiI-iih whnni  Hiey hiivjr iriiiiniil(HiiiM'oini/ui for lhn |mi,|  Hiiwi ceiilfirlcn" Ihu lino impuliKC of Uiulr  PM|'I||||||(!||I   SIlilll'lH   |ll   fill   ||,i'   jouiiiin,.  Bu hi iliii.Jiiipiiliin of Hm iiiHh 'Ho.  piihlinun parlliunniii nvmi Hiuuiili, unlesii  Iliy recollnellpn )h fliully, limy npenl liouin  l!'i|lllll'|rrii Irylnn In (lui'iipi! iisiioi'liillun wllli  Hie Mill lull. l|iivin/( iiliimpnil off lhn Imiii '  ido|��i,  llm  Iriitli, nppepi'  In  bn ..n-i'inlnTluj-  llm siilim liiiiiiu'lmlil by wiry nf lliirkiiclmn '  dooi',   ,      ���,..���'  'llm nrhnlfn fur CiumkIh mn /(ninl or  hud ,.dupniidliifi   mi   wlmllmr   rum   In   mi  'i|iihni,s| whu rcferii iii 1 ��ii 1 r full whlnluiy  di'dll'iii 'nr a ' imNiliulid  wlm  culls   Ijimn "  b/ilf-tiipply, , (        , .   .  ,  HlKiy twm pni'iriini nf our inidn wilh  Grmii' liiilliin: will fnmi lii/ilinr iiirii'i' bni'-  rhyii iiH���IJ|n,'UrilH iiliiiiiiliiii'Ciiliiiiiiiiiwei'illh'"  lil'cfuniimriiiju. |/i\'ii|' of |i!i|iopii|in priifni'.  "iM'fiH,,Thin ciiiild luul On Mm nllmr hn'inl,  ll ' FhlJI'U |i|'Ull|lHI'ril|i) 111 lliiln iiiill'lii' lin'y1  mi much miirp iMmi I'liniidii^liiiilii bun Iiiiii  "lid   llll,   lliiil  'Wil   roll |(|   llll'I'llllHIl  Hill    Hlljtlll,  -Wf- huvfrTfM-^ni/y-tiirrftn/Tnrr-ffl  Hil'lvlliK,     |'jf-H|"oruil'i     Wetilniii     Kiii'irpn  iicrriMH  llm.'iri (diiim  imlff  wnllii,  fl' Hrllirhi docii imlrjulu fifiiillimnlril  )'��urn|m, Hm piuirilmlHh' imy nhn fnccii  'H'ofiumic ruin (mil iim u|i|iini/ii/ijjny iii'ul,  rfil Im-il, nIiii In, un n ullclty wlcliril,  tf dim diiiiii,|p|ii, llm world In /<olu/(  lb Im ii \niyy illffiiinn! pliicu, Nol |i��|.'  itmillidi'ly, ,'|*lm llulh'd BImIch nl Europu  in im/I yul ii nmllly. Hul llm Itrihi will  linvc liild'ii ninny Idiik i,lnp(t ipwnrd llinl  mini iind. nn I Imi I'Yuimh t'limlilniil yn.  niludnd tliriiii llm nllmr iluy^'TIm ppup.  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'; ' ���"������;'��� �� i ,a..........i ��� ,    i ,  Airmail service < commenced  before airplane developed .���  ^    >i  cut off by Iho Ciennans and plans weie  made lo send mail by balloon. At thc  beginning of the siege thoie .weie six,  manrCcirryiug, tail loons in Pans and othei b  wore quickly put into pioduction.  Some G5 balloons weie constiucled  and flown out of Pans^dunng lhe_ taur_  months .of. the siege. Considering the very  rudimentary training which most ol the  pilots received the balloon project woik-  -.ed extremely well. Only six weie cap-  lured by the enemy while two othei s  .were .blpwit'oiii to sea and nevei seen  again.  Spe'cial postcards Were produced for  despatch by small unmanned .balloons  and letters carried by/balloon were, 'en?  dorsed "Par Ballon -Monte"  (by  manned!  /  TODAY,  as  airmail  is 'whisked  effortlessly around the world by giunt jets,  it is easy, to forget that lhe tirst airmail  service  got  off  the ground long before  the, first  airplane.  In fact il is now more than a century  asince   airborne, mail   began���carried   by  balloon.    .  It was introduced in the olfic'al sense  during the Franco-Prufisian "War qf 187P-.  71, the first of the  truly mpdevn wars  fqught   in   Europe.   QiiieU4'iring   can.npn  and machine guns revolutionised  tactics  in the field, and an efficient railway system   eii-ibled   whole   -armies,   equipment  and' supplies, to be'mobilised and. traus-  ~ ported quickly. The balloon, (tried by the  Union forces during the American Civil  War   and   abandoned   as   unsatisfactory)     balloon)   and  examples  of  these  letters,  though fairly plentiful, are dagerly sought  after by collectors. Several newspapers  ���produced special airmail editions*, while  other- airmail journals and newsletters  were published to give, news from the  beleaguered city.  To commemorate the centenary-of (he  siege France issued a 95c stamp in January this year and showed one of the mail-  ��� carrying' balloons.  Mpst countries in the world today  have special airmail ' stamps including,  up to'1946, Canada. Britain however has  iieyer' had special stamps for its airmail  but instead uses labels���or ��� etiquettes as  ���they.ore-known to collectors.''These labels  are now attracting considerable philatelic  interest as over; the past 50 years, since  their introduction, the labels have varied  in subtle details of color and printing.  The airmail labels have been available free from post offices in.Britain in  sheet or coil form and at one time were  even included in stamp bp'oks. Like the  special labels-for such things as recorded-  delivery services, express delivery and  registration the etiquettes are finding an  increasingly popular place in the philatelic   world.  Since the beginning of this ceji'tury the  labels used for the Express Delivery  sexi*lce--haver varied, . considerably.,in..size,..  ii-f* -  -J.f.  -*' rflii riyiiiiMttifiifojftli'  pk-yed an important 'role in the Franco-  Prussian War, especially in the maintenance, of communications.  Earlier, soon after the war started, the  French had recognised that Paris would  be 'likely to conle under direct attack.  A coloYful character, Gaspard-Felix Tour-  haclibti���usually known, by his horn-deplume of Nadar���formed his Compagnie  d'Aerostiers Militaires (company of military  balloonists),  . Nadar and his associates were given  the .'-necessary equipment, and a detachment of Marines, to establish observation  balloon stations around the city.  Eventually   Paris   became   completely  �����"���"-      *m       ,     ,   , i-   '    i   '", ' s ,    ���"i,   ' | ;  o , . '      . " i "i ,}   i\i    ,'J,,.   . *,'        ' ' ��� ,., J  Jc "ll  I      .    ,, 4l!i I, arl|;,.l, '  1     iVm1 "���"I-".v*. '  ' '   , " .     I  fssssir '%'������  ���    " "        ���  . ���;-. 'A       ':-y '   ' '   ���" ���'.,;���''"'  A. 'r -m ������),"fe:f &ii[)   '��:'\~"yy..:.. '   ".'*'' v1"  Yf$9��ffff*��9i^  Pago B6 T!��e PenlnsuW T\vt\n%  Wednesday, June 9, 1971m  & i- , -.  Safe Motor ing  WHEN  m  summer  ilnindert-iorm  cansps  porn dr iving /visibility, most motoi ibts.  feel saler pulling OY��i io lhe side of the  road lo wait -it oui,  It you do decide to see a stotni tluough  tins way, sayb G Conway Paiiott, pres-  uienl ot the B C AuU-mobilo Abbocialion,  the balest spot is inside the cat, paikecl  m the open. ~  Mi Pan oil advised, howevei, against  paiknig untlei tiees oi poles which,  stiuck by lightning, can he I hi own on  the car   /  Always avoid paiking nuclei oi near  overhead .wires, he ^varried. It is impns-  sible to judge just by looking at a line  if it is a,''live"- wire.  If   a   windblown   wire   -should   sir j lie  your car,- you are ordiiiurily safe ns long  as you   remain inside,  Mr: Parrott said.  Remember,   you   can't   judge   the   cpndi-  ��� tion of the wire, so. the best recourse is  ��� to sit and Wait for help to arrive.  During thai tune avoid, touching' py  sunimon aid, use a wooden or- plastic  object'lo  depress' the  horn.  '4:^-fep:.*:,- AAfflVm���$ ^^  ^A'mtlJ, .���������'.-   fhr-i'0'1 -{���;���-,;���.  T^'J 1|-|'  . ,.-.^,7 rJ*_-::>-^- '  By Appointment Only  Phone 883-2602  1  fltff  GARDEN-BAY ROAD  _J>feND'EJLU ARBOUR  envelopes   are  of  great   interest   to  the  specialist  collector.        "     ' '  As for registraton labels Britain began  using them in 1907 and more than 30 different, types bave been issued. .  A modified service known as recorded  delivery, was introduced, in February  1961, at a cost of sixpence for each |ettc/r\  In i9fl5 the" charge was raised to nine-  pence and in-February of this year w"as  raised to five new pence after decimalisation (equal to the old shilling). Over the  past ten years there have been several  distinct   variations   in-; the. border. .orna7.  r-haper-eolor aricl^tmer4pt4attr-*fhe earliest���ntcrnt on the recorded delivery   label  af  wtype,- used in Edwardian times, were comparatively large labels printed in black  on a deep red background. In more recent  times the inscrtptinu has " appeared in  white -against a brown or green back-  grcuind^Exainples of tjiese labels on.entire  uiueci delivery lai  fixed to envelopes. It is being realised  now that many of'the "earlier varieties  of the label are very scarce. ConsequejiL���  ly philatelists are 'taking- ah increased  interest in this aspect of the British  postal services. .  Early Pioneers   '  Airmail services were pioneered by  balloonists in war-toni Paris more  than 100 years ago. Britain does riot  issue special airmail stamps but employs instead special labels���known  to collectors as "etiquettes". Growing numbers of philatelists are becoming' interested in these labels  which have undergone many subtle  design and color changes in the past  50-years;- -���-'-���- ���'-'--:   -'���-* -���_��� ������-���������.   The Alligator Snapping Turtle has a  tongue .that, kinks like a..wriggling worm.  When it is hungry, the >longue wriggles  enttcmgly to* fish nearby. The fish, expecting a dinner, ends up. as .one instead......  Sechelt Auxiliary  .meeiing June 10th  SECHELT Auxiliary  to St.  Mary's.Hospital will meet on Thursday, June iftlli  1 in St."Hilda's Hall..  Chairman   of   the   hospital's   extended,  care committee   Dr.   D.  Rogers,  therapist  Mr. John Lewis and hospital administrator .Mr. Tony Wagemaker will attend.  ' Reprebentativea li'om oilier Auxiliaries  have been invited to discuss voluntary  services with the guests and it is hoped.  Ihal all members will attend to hear "the  speakers, as preparations aie rr'ade for  further voluntary services at the bos-  . pital.  , THE VAST '���majority yf Canadian motorists   woirld   trade   sleek   styling   and '  ��� fancy design foi- "harder-to-damage',' cars.'  Moreover,  piost  would   be  willing   to  pay more for the. cars. ,  According to Uie B.C. Automobile Association, these weie the findings of a  suryey conducted in the summer of l9*"0  hy the."Insurance Bureau of Canada afler  it siftecj/resi.ills of 4,220 ''-detailed personal   interviews."  Eighty-fourjjer cent of those question-  ed weie in'favor ol . laws that would  require 'car-makers lo come. up. with  slurdier models Seventy-four per cent  saifl they'd pay" extiM costs involved for  .such cars'- which- would also be easier  lo  repair. -'     .  This  slalislic'al  ammunition   was   un  leashed by the Bureau in conjunction with  a Canadian edition of  the  Insurance Institute   for. Highway   Safely   film,   "1970  Low Speed CrSsh Cnsls."  The   CarurdiJN^  film,   somewhat   more  diamalically titled "Impact," portrays the  Irislilule's������-f>,' 10   and-1 finiile   per  hour  ���ci u.sl i ��� terhT of  lOTti^niDilel an Ins arrd^Bgtt^  males wost-cra^h i-epair coals.  It is now making the rounds, of insurance agenls' .iisijocialions in the H)  Canadian pruviru'cs as well as youth  groups through ll'ie Canadian Council nf  ���Young   Drivers   ' ,..,..  ^unnn/7/7nn/7n^7l7l7/Fn/y'/FAl7/7n��7l7M7��//jnn��7nJ7AAi  ��� ���A-'.'^ff>.7r;  11 V  Ketail Yalue off  lOAt & MOTOR $620  " SUPPMID BY CHAIN/SAW CENTRE  Sqchqlty B.C.  YOUR MERCURY DEALER  A 12'���MUMBNUM BO'AI and 4 HP MERCURY MOY  I ^       ,  ;r ���       . , ���     ' ' ' , ' ��� .''.   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