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 r   t*   S-    i*,   j,        ..     f-*j��>^.( V"^_   *, xy7*t       -i. ��(***.     t -\     --    jtjp   .   n-*- V ���; *- $Jk .- iri ^ * r\ i   /�����-.*.���*.*  v  ".   I" .  U^V^..v^.&^  ftoberlsrCreek site .; ���  Beet Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.1   w  *, y;t$Mr-MG8ft:3tbfAwr��� -~^r - *  **   -', - ���  .; . lteiteotwej-yV'B*C�� ^  Service  FIVE ACRES of land adjoining, the Golf  and Country Club at ^Roberts Creek  have been donated -to the Recreation Center Committee with an option on an additional 15 acres.    '  This information was released at last  , Friday's meeting of the Regional Board  when Chairman of the Recreation Center  Committee, Dr. Eric Paetkau, outlined  the Committee's progress to date and  . sought guidance from Ahe Board of Directors. , ,-  A survey has proved Roberts Creek to  be the population center and the result*  of a questionnaire indicated that 62 per  -cent of land owners whot replied are in  favor of-a recreation center. Dr. Paetkau  and his committee have put a tremendous  amount of effort into the investigation and  are pleased with response from industry,  organizations and clubs. However, Dr.  Paetkau pointed out, his committee is  comprised of volunteers and is not an  official body.. ,  -Although certain grants'are available  financing of the project would be basically by taxation as it is too big for a"  private concern to handfe. Directons  agreed that ultimate objective would be al  referendum and the Board would need to  have all th_ answers. Also that recreation should take in the whole Regional  District..  The Board agreed to offer the Recreation Center Committee guidance on all the  .information which would be required before placing a referendum and Director  Cliff* Gilker was appointed the Regional  Board's liaison with the committee.   -  Dr. Paetkau'stressed the "need for a  recreational center, stating that' we are  planning for the future and a start must  be made now. M would be a shame he  said, if any area opted out.  \ %-v/ng the Sunshine Coast,''(Howe Spmd tohmi Inlet), including'Port'Mellori, Hqpk.n*s Landing, 6raomorn's.Landing, Gibsons, Roberts CreeH,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork^ Secrlelf, Hql-mbon gay/Spcret Cove, Pender Harbour," Modeiro Pork; Kleindole/Irvine's Londing, Earl Cove, Egmont.  .Ill Ll.  ��� ,F  Registration No. 1 1<42'  2rid Class Mall ���  -r.  *  s*  T  5  .***  I ���_  j *  ii  Chords claimed ��� ��� .  . _  ��  y.  ***���  \ *  /  ��� *>���  ��  _.,  *. _  blaimed for ��there��� mistakes"  *y j    '  REGIONAL' Hospital Board Director,.  ' 'Frank West, commenting "on a recent  meeting, of St: Mary's Hospital Board  which he' had .attended, told fellow directors, he had-^been quite embarrassed when  informed that no arrangements had been  made to procure money for constructional  purposes by the Regional Hospital Board,  Mi*. West requested that Secretary-  Treasurer Charles Gooding ;give the Regional Hospital Board a short report on  what steps had been taken to procure'the  necessary funds from the local branch of  the Bank of Montreal '   "    ^  Mr. Gooding's explanation led Director  West to exclaim that" the Regional Hospital District is not .responsible tor the  chaos in the Bank of Montreal, It appears  that the vital file on the.subject had been  mislaid.  CONSTRUCTION, f  "Director Harvey Hubbs informed the  Board ihat working drawings for expansion of St. Mary's Hospital; are expected  momentarily and it was agreed that as  soon as the drawings "are received a special meeting will be held with representatives of the Hospital Board. It is not possible to call for tenders until the .Regional  Hospital Board and the Deputy Minister  -of He-Uth/have approved the working  drawings.    ' .  PROPOSED CLINIC '  Letter from BCHIS states that the proposed' clinic at Pender Harbour has." been  ���nrHirxtFtv imwup   .     ..- referred to a planning jgroup for .review.  Tyee Airways operator Al Campbell"; fbe'matter wjU be investigated thorou^jiy  ���^^;<-tr*-_*BttJiS--i_td_t aJ>Ucms^4orOperaUi A *.but *i is _t-^jmable;whetbf-' ���"- �����-*-�����  TSjaj-JdU-ect 'm&&lTorn '__$&-.__'idW-iH^  Plans call for three fliglits daily; a*t-a rate-, - - -Dirc^ior i^nepxet^mwdndediha^i  o_?:$_��,00 one way during the 'Woek;,with   .further information-, is, forthcomings  an 'excursion charge of $12.00- return on    30 days have elapsed, the Board si  weekends,   'Official schedule to  be< "an-    press ,for further action.  The letter _was  noiinced next wteek. ,       - tabled for 30 days.- .   '  T  *   '  .-rr*/-***  -**���_  1 .    K,  TRAFFICKING CHARGE . '  PreUminary trial held last week in Se-~  chelt by;jr|&gist^ate Eric Winch of Nanai-  ,m6, resulted 'in decision that sufficient  evidence warranted trial by higher court  ' of John Michael Kirkpatric on a charge of  trafficking in canabis resin.   Mr. T, G.  - Darling was crown prosecutor. Offence is  alleged to" have taken place at Pender  Harbour April 28. Rirkpatric is 23 years'  -of age.     - *  HOVERCRAFT y  'Mayor Fred Feeney at last meeting of  Council stated he has been in touch with  B.C; Hovercraft and indications are that  the service^will commence about the end ,  of July.   ' Y  FERRY COMPLAINT  ���< Alderman Walter Peterson, of Gibsons  reported -to,, Council he has received a  numbs*" ot complaints regarding excessive  price increases of food on board-the B.C.  Ferries, He. said,/'The Provincial Government is asking us to' hold down, inflation  yet'arethe^ cause of it themselves,"  ,.     '  NANAIMO FtlGHT  Secheit and district . . * ���.  iamhei' recpsters ^protest '  iarba��e plane inequitable  COMMITTEE of three, chaired by Norm  Watson/and 'representing the Secheit  and District Chamber of Commerce, met  with the Regional. Board .recently .to^dis-  cuss proposals by the Board to put garbage collection fees on the Mill rate. " *  Report by the oommittee presented last  od of collection,charges based ort Taxa*-  iion which, in the view of "this Committee,  is unfair as such charges vary considec-  ���ably, depending on the Improvement Assessment of each' property,  r This Committee is of the opinion that'  tlfe Government must correct this unfair  * - f . Flying Tour '';.',;  Pilot Fred ftitter, left, poses prior to  take-off for -the Pender Harbour area  witfi the four uniformed representatives of the Greater Vancouver Visitors and ConventM.li Bureau.- Hosted  hf the Chambers of Commerce, the  girls had' first hand views of many  resorts with which they were previously conversant by name only.  Secheit Chamber President Erich  Hensch accompanied the visitors.  Plane, was supplied courtesy of Al  Campbell of Tyee Airways who has  made many such contributions in the  week at regular;meeting,of, the Chamber    situation by .producing the; necessary sta-,  pag�� f^r community ttroiectS,  ��� _r.^r>    ��_��-uv_._-m-__tj^A    ViTr   w_^_.w__r____��^el*_irk   ��-**-*-_    <__   ^/��*_. f _*_*. i_**a .1     i_��i^_r_t*nr*_o4_r_*i     *nc    na^_iif__)-_-(f_a/9    \\*r    <fli___ *��� J    Mr       J *  was approved by. membership and a for^  mal complaint in theform.of a resolution  is to be submitted to* Municipal Affairs  Minister, Hon, Dan CampbelL* The report  states:. - '"*,.''  At the .Executive, Meeting, held April  23, 1969, a Motion was passed for this  Committee., to inquire Jntp the^ Regional  Board's plans for implementation of the  Garbage Collection Referendums as fol-  <lows;        .   '" *  Pender ^Harbour (Special Areas)���No,  9-^-Defeated. .       ' . *' '     .  Secheit > (Special Areas)���No. 10���Ac-  '*   .  oepted,-  a ��� -----   -   - -  ��� . West Howe Sound (iSpecial Areas)*-*-  '   N.o; 11���Acbptod.,   v    '       * *    *  tistical information as requested by the  Board and accepting accounts receivable  as delinquent taxes in the same -manner  *as unpaid Water- Charges, to which the  Government has agreed to accept as'ar-,  rears of ,Taxes. Failing this, the Secheit  .Chamber   of   Commerce  hereby-request, politely" but firmly, that jthe Government through the sitting member for  the riding will implement Section 615 of  the Municipal Act. ���',/.- * "  This Committee is satisfied that,the  Regional   Board   has 'exhausted   every,  means to -implement the terms of* ihe;  Referenda, but has been forced into-'tbeir  present, decision, through' cvciimstances  beyond* tbein control-  - .      Volume 6, No. 27 v &$�����  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4,1*969     .  mmtm��mmmwmwmmmmmmmmtm^mmmMtmmummmmmmmatmmWImmmuwmm _  .  ^    .  West Secheit residents  protest mill proposals  GROUP of West Secbolt residents have  expressed concern at proposals to  establish a mill on th*1 point separating  Cairn's Bay and Sargent's Bay, better  known as Nor-West Bay,  Letters have been forwarded to the  Regional Board, Chamber of Commerce  and the 'Commissioner of Lands and  Forests, Victoria, drawing attention to the  fact that a burner is alio included in the  plans. This, states the letter, is unsup-  portable as regards fly-ash and smoke.  Homes'in the area of the better residential class and values will be' drastically reduced if such a thing is permitted.  Further, it will inevitably affect fishing  in Sargent's Bay which is considered one  of the best spots in the area. Bathing  beaches will also be affected,  Elphinstone student  awarded high rating  v AD VICE has been received that Elphin>-  stone Secondary School student, Dorian  Gregory, has attained Honorable Mention  in -a- recent province-wide examination  sponsored by the Canadian Association of  Physicists.'     ,  The examination, set by the Canadian  Association of Physicists,, was administered in British Columbia this year by  the Physics Department of Simon Fraser  University,  Of the 52 students* entering who were  enrolled in Physics 11, one student was  awarded a $50.00 prize, and two, of whom  Dorian was one, received Honorable Mention, . Since the examination written was  the same for both* Grade 11 and Grade  12, great credit is due to both Dorian and  his physics (teacher, Mr, G. B. CoweTl, tor  Dorian is the son of Mr. and Mrs, R,  L. Gregory,'North Road, Gibsons,  the showing made.  Chairman reports .  ,etai  %_��--'_--_-_; ilitae/  ABOUT forty members and wives attended last regular dinner meeting of the  -Secheit and District Chamber oV Com-  ntertee.held Hast Wednesday, May 28 atthe  Peninsula Drive-In Dining Room.* <:'/.'  First report "on {the ^gencta) was from  AMALGAMATION  Mr. John Hayes, reporting on a meeting of the; West Secheit Water Board 'at  which discussion centered on amalgamation, stated his impression was tibafc ppyaX .  .of ��those present favored _&^'an^lg_rw_a''  ment Policies, :the Board  forced into their present decisioii  collected, as .^.-Referendum submitted,  is.' t% only, fair method to recover such  charges;    ' *     ! ���  ' RESOLVED, that this Resolution and  Brief be submitted to the Hon. D. Campbell, Minister of Municipalities and to  urg^ upon, him prompt action-in these  matters, and that copies of this Brief be  sent to Hon. Isabel Dawson, Minister  Without Portfolio, Regional Board, Pender Harbour and Gibsons Chambers of  Commerce."  chants would enjoy better representation  with their own Association,' '   -  Mr. Benhfer stated'he and* his committee have'discussed the situation with a  large number of merchants and seventy-  eight, percent have indicated interest. He  said he has been in touch with a representative "of a newrly 'formed Retail Merchants Association in West Vancouver and  hopes to receive information relating to  such formation before the next executive  meeting.  Seek more detail  r  ���  ��  .Director warns  Golfing Experts  Prior to the ribbon cutting cereniony  officially opening the Sunshine Coast  Golf and Country Club last Sunday,  Club President, Keith Wright, '-at left, _  introduced a number of out of town   "^^,'7^', levic'd"i.y (lie Crown'in'cWss  FOUR TENDERS were bubmittcd to Council of Gibsons last week for clearing of  axtwo acre gravel pit site, property of  the municipality. Lack of clarity in two  of them nesu'ltcd in a decision to tcek  jTurthcr details. , ,  ' One lender from C. E. Sicottc quoted  ,$4,800 for clearing and btrjpping overburden Jess $1,950 for timber purchase  leaving ft cost of $2,850, Second, from  Vernon and Son Bulldozing, removal and  marketing of any mcichantable- timber,  . $3,750 and $2,?00 per acre in excess of the  two acien.' Fiedler Bros, offered to*clear  , trees, stumps and ovei burden In exchange  for met charitable timber on site up to  45 M.BF. Timber in excess of this quun-  ��� tity to be bought by contractor, at $25,  per.M.B.F. Cost, if any, of etumpage, roy-  COMMENTING on proposed gravel mining operation*, in the Scchclt area,  Director Frank West slated at, las*L, Friday's Regional Board'meeting that ho is  not convinced that amoving millions of  cubic yards of gravel will enhance oor  future, The damage, lie i.ald, will be with  us until eternity,  Dhrcotor West wondered if strip mining is worth die few jobs it would emit*..  Secheit Sand ��nd Gravel has forwarded plans of its proposed operation .to.tho  Regional Board. Secretary Charles Gooding explained that ho has met .he Engineer John S....Kennedy who outlined  plans. Tvw'aWcrnatfvei. arc proposed for  barge".'loading facilities, preferably 20  aea*�� at Trail Bay just off Secheit Indian  Reserve or, if this application falls nine  acres" in Porpoise Bay adjoining the Pro-  vlneiarCampsite.  Angus'Creek will be used for washing  the gravel prior to shipment. Department  of Lands ha* referred the applications to  tlio Regional Board and it was decided  that no snap decision could be made on  , ..guch an toportant m-ate. A special .com-.  mittee was struck to investigate the matter and meet with Mr. Kennedy.  Also referred to the committee was the  letter from Sandy Hook Property Owners  Association expressing concern over tho  proposed facilities and seeking further in-  formationY  BURNER OBJECTION  Lettipr /signed by 12 West Secheit resi-  dents expressed concern *��� over a sawmill  operation in their yicinlty which apparently, plana to build a burner on the beach.  Allc-Wiit*' Director and Sechelt Alderman  Norm Watson fitated that the mill operation"la only about 1,000 yards, as the crow  fliet, rfrom a number of mrid<mcea and  people ait> concerned about fly-ash.'  It was eigrced that m the Regional District ia preparing a zoning bylaw, a tetter  be eent to Ardnamill Manufacturing requesting information on future plans.  Director. Rulherford commented that  Industry ium to he encouraged in Um. area.  Tlirce people are already employed at tho  mill witli a possibility of more being  hired. .. Y.. ��� '........,.  golfing experts to local enthusiaets.  These Include course architect  Earnic Brown and his wife Betty,  1st Vice-President of the B.C. Golf  Association Jack Eggar and his "wife  Bea, JLcs Patterson of Stazengcrs Golf  Equipment, Pill Mcintosh of Point  Grey Golf and Country Club, Harold  and Anna Taylor and Itcna Edwards  of Ihe Seymour Golf and Country  Club. View in background is of No,  ' 1 (Y-lrway. -   ,.-... ,,Y,    of $3.f50 per M.B.F. 1o be paid by the  vuiagls....   .....    , ;  ���' , ���' ' ���' ���  ' Most promising bid appeared that of  H., A. Jorgcnson who offered lo clear and  remove overburden from the rsite as required and also u cash;offer of $1,200 in  consideration for, rights to timber on wid  area'tree from all encumbrances except  timber royalties which be will accept.  Council agreed that' this pounded by  far the best,offer but agreed to invcstlgalxj  further before reaching a decision.  AMBULANCE SERVICE  Cunningham'-*- Ambulance Scjvlw following'a injqueatfor information from Secheit Council regarding extent of ambulance t*0vcri��gc, subhiitled a letter to.Gib-  f-ons Council Indicating, for information^  purpose!., that a total of $1,484 had l>ce��  paid them for their facilities during 1968  by Gibsons residents. i  Council appeared wmewhat puz/.l<*d  os to reason for the information, Mayor  Fit-it Feeney commented "what alxnit <��>r  own ambulance" while Alderman Wally  Peterson expressed the view that he was  unaware* of any case whereby the Cunningham Service had been used in tho  area.  ii-  ���-It*wa�� .moved tbe Jtitwr-be -Jk-d.  PARKING  Alderman Ken Crosby, commenting on  the parking problem,, htated holiday traffic was not as bad as anticipated, at the  same time, council will have to look toward parking arrangements.  Aid. Ken Goddafti commented that  merchants of one block are the worst  offenders In tliat particular location.  Mayor Feeney drew attention to the fact  that one motorcyclist had been given,a  parking ticket and was so annoyed that  he now intended 'leaving the area. "He  parked agaln*>t a pole and It wris a Wednesday when there is little problem and  1he fine took all Mb pay for that day," he  added.  BUILDING CRITICIZED  Aid; P��*terson reported that owners of  the Seaside Plaza blpck plan to complete  two more suites in the building but. eo  far plans have not been passed by the  Public Health Inspector. He said, "There  are many things tliat were passed previously such as bathrooms and bedrooms  without adequate ventilation, I feel the  whole place la a real fire trap. It is hard  to understand why they were passed in  the first place,"        .  Clerk Dave Johnston expressed the  view tliat it would seem construction went  along without anyone being consulted,  Aid. Peterson agreed that he and 1-he  Building Inspector would look Into the  matter, and commented; "1 don't suppose  we willever get it completely, up to standard but' wc yrill at least got fsome improvements."  CONGRATULATIONS  Hon. Jack Davis, Mini-ter of FMur-  ks, wrote council complimenting It on its  imaginative harbor development proposals. He added that fiOmc Federal grant*  may be available under the Small Harbors Development Act. Solution now will  be to encourage private interests, he advised.  Mayor Feeney wid he hut lxx:n working along thene lines but Jsi not In n posi-  Uoa Ui txramvM. turtlKct nA. thi* time, .  ., Secheit and' *$*_*-  Selma Park was a dif-  in* part to -the Indian  Reserve in between, but also because the  total <area 'involved would establish town  status. This in turn would entail responsibility for Police and welfare. Welfare  alone would cost the area $10,009 right off.  Chamber President Erich Hensch suggested the Chamber should make a decision right then as to whether it should  come out and support amalgamation between West Secheit and Secheit.  Unanimous approval was given a motion by Mr. Hayes that the Chamber actively support the proposals.  MINISTER VISITS  Chances are that Highways Minister  Hon. W. D. Black will attend a meeting of  the Chamber sometime in June. Letter  from Hon. Isabel Dawson advised' that the  Minister plans to attend the inaugural run  of the Texada Queen June 10 providing  the vessel is ready at that time. Such  being the case he would be prepared to  travel down the Peninsula and attend a  meeting With the Chamber that night.  Confirmation is expected within the next  few days, .  PARK SITE  Following request for information as  to the department'*- plans for development  of the Porpoise Bay park, Hon. Ken Kiernan, Minister of Recreation and Conservation, wrol.s: Further to our discussion regarding the Porpoise Bay park, 1 am now  able to advise that Secheit Inlet Road has,  at our request, been relocated by tlio Department of Highways, This clears the  way for our Paik Planners to draw up  definite development plans. This previously was not feasible. Mapping of this  area was carried out last winter by field  crt wis t>o we are consequently in a position  , to commence planning this year,  While we regret the delay in development we are making progress jn the planning phase and will try to get off the  ground, next season.  NEW MEMBERS  Membership chairman Neil Campbell  announced that Uircc new members, approved later by membership, now brings  total membership lo eighty-four. New  members are W. P. Robinson, Haixild  Swanson and Jack Whaites.  Also entertainment chairman Mr,  Campbell reported |that plans >are well under way for the annual banquet, runner  up to lost yea/u Anniversary event. It Is  hoped to obtain the iXTvices of Mr. Ink-  spot, Bill Kenney, but this is but a, tentative proposal at this time,  'TOURIST BOOTH ........ .    Chairman of Tourism, Canon Minto  Swan, fatated the ImxjIIi, in the preniisen  of Secheit Motor Transport, is now open.  It l.i hoped to man It on a voluntary basi..  and it was suggested a school be net up to  instruct volimUM-rB. lie said n request for  ���support has brought a reply from Pender  Harbour and Egmont Dirt. Chamber of  Commerce stating it is planning to hav* a  student help staff the Ikk��U.. So far no  reply lias been rwived from the Gibsons  Chamber,   ... Y ...... \,.......  MHk MU* ^j^^^^^^^^^^^l^^  :^l'-^7tf'^^,>rfi���^,AwF*?F**FF^vt<P*^-**��HMy*^ ** -*���. ^���Y#*f*z*y\ f  ,'\  A*-.^* ^SfTwJhHlmJ''. ��. i> ��J^*V��_ _���  fe__________L?*��fe Peninsula Times; Wednesday/ -June 4/1969  __m_.  M_��M  ��*��f��W  MftatoPMWtWWIlMIIIIIW  HEAL ESTATE  *��  1   x  V  EXCELLENT commercial lot  - centre* Sechelt--liighwaj* location, level and cleaned. , All.  services available. Box ��� 1104  P-fjitinsula Tintes, . , \UO_-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Confmiiesl)   BOATS ond ENGINES     y   fOR _��AiE iCotMmH) ^^' -RM&'SMfi i$knwe&* ** LEGAL (Continued)  * Published Wednesday by  The*Pehinsu1a Times Ltd.,  - y;-ot5e_Mt;B;C_   '-  CARD OF THANKS  Member, Audit Bureau  of emulations  * Morch 31, 1969  * Cross Circulation 2360  ,  V " Poisf Circulotlori 2081  , Classified Advertising Rotes; *  3-Uhe Ad-Briefs 02 words)     *���  One Insertion , 75c  Three Insertions  L-$1.5Q  Extra lines (4,words)  ,������_15c  (This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs,)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  . * for Ad-Briefs not paid by  '   '     ' publication date. '  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per ccunt line.  Display advertising fn classified  Ad-Briefs column., $1.75 per inch.  Subscription* Rales���*'  By mall, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 nMfes$5.50.yr, ,  By mail,,special citizens ���$3_y**.  By comer .���,.',  UOc month  COMING EVENTS  I  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons  ���Thurs. June 5-FrL, 6, .Sat,  7 & Mon. 9th, "The Thomas  Crown Affair" starring Steve  McQueen .and Faye Dunaway.  Tues. June 10>Thur. June 12,  "Paper. Lion", starring. Alan  Alda. Phone 886-2827. 2666-27  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. AND MRS. Harold Swanson of Secheit, B.C. are  pleased .to announce the engagement of their eldest  daughter Marilyn Beatrice to  Otto Hendrick Oltnianns, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A.  Oitmanns of Peachland, B.C.  The wedding to take place in  the United: Church, Peachland  on July 26th. 2633-27  Wedding Announcements  BDSSELI-���Wakefield. Mr. &  Mrs.   Wallace  Russell   formerly of Iladysmith, announce  the forthcoming marriage of  their* twin   daughter,   Susan  Frances, to Mr, Douglas Stan-  'ley Wakefield of Victoria, son  ,  of Mrs. John Fisher of Van-  '21fl9-  anda, formeiy of Secheit, and  the late  Mr. Stanley Wakefield. Marriage to take place  JUly 12tl_ at North Bay, Ontario. * 2671-27  OBITUARY  .WE'.wish to, express our sincere   appreciation   to   our  many   friends > and, relatives  ' for their kind words of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings extended to us at the  loss of our, dear , son and  brother, * Special thanks to  Rev, Dennis Morgan;, the  R.C.M.P. at Powell Rivet' and  Gibsons and the Jim, Piper  family of Powell River,���Mrs.  Olive Blomgren and family,*  \     '. * *   2638-27  WE WISH to sincerely thank  friends and neighbours for  their kind expressions of sym-'  pathy extended during'our  recent bereavement. Special  thanks torDr, Egan, and staff  at St. Mary's Hospital and to  Joan and Bob <?unhingham.~  The Brynelsen Family,- ,  ��������� *    -        2637r27  PERSONAL ' Y  ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,  P.O.-. Box 294, Secheit, B.G,  Phone '885-9327, or 886-2979. *  -    Y' * 2457-tfii  WORK WANTED  HIGH SCHOOL boy avcdlable"  for summer jobs, Ph,'' 886-  7164. -. '  2657-28  CUSTOM    rock   drilling,' &,  blasting. Phone 883-2227.  "   A_j$31->tfia  EXPERT carpenter. Cabinets  or what have you. Ph. 383-  2201, 2575-t_ij  CHUCK'S Painting* & Deeor-  ating.   Interior ��� Extexior_  Call 885-2375,   - 2559-tfa  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, old jobs, etc* All work  guaranteed. RRl Secheit, Phone  885-2191 or 885-2094. *      1871-tfc  -NEED a spring clean -up?  Can't see the water for  trees? I_et us* solve your tree  problems. We limb, top and  fall trees expertly and to-youf  satisfaction. Free estimates,-��� n  ,a_l work insured- Phone 885-  .   GIBSONS���Large view  ���all village service, A  tastic buy at, $2,250 with only  $1,000 down.  1 / * *  Fully serviced two bedroom  part basement home on' view  lot in village. Auto-oil furnace. ' Full ' price $14,000.  Terms, J       '    '>  Waterfront���fully, serviced  lot in Gibsons Harbour - with'  excellent moorage or wharfage, 80  b&ach. Fabulous view property. Full.price .$8,800.  >     ,  \ ROBERTS CREEK ��� 134  acres partially cleared semT-  waterfront ^with lar|*e, im*^  , maculate full serviced 2 bedroom trailer. Full price $8,009.  Cash includes - xange.' fridge,  auto-furnace and some iurai-  ture. , "       ;,  ,FOR SALE. Choice 70" water- .  , '.front ;iot* S^heltj'" *_?est of  whari, - ��"ea_itifuli-b-'ac_i.rv922- *  7695.,'    y     ^ -y ���   2578-2*7*  Mil I ���iiipimnw ��t**iiii>hiiihi    w��ii    i-'i tiwii-,,^. B  adcK; bros.  15* Cadilae aluminium boa!  ��� 35Th,p>'3S^S_.rude, ,wiib trail-  *er & tt��pyg85-2p07v ; 2359-tfn  i    -^ *��� "W'hlW'WP   "II 111! II���.WWIipHj    I   llll^ili,    till M HH  -BOAT Insurance -Informjation.  ,! Marbnei, Insurance .Claims,  .Cant, ,W. X;Higgs,vBoxk339,  BEDROOM'suite, $175, t1W4- ^ *CHROME ;tab|fi &M 6 * chairs,  a-bed, $60..Co_|ee.fabIey.$r8v y$25y,Fri&y.$20. prefer .&'  Spring' filled   mattress, ,$10, , mirro-r.-^S. Used*bed $5, Crib  ~   '���-  -*'   '      $s; 885-9904!  : ..       ,2669-27  lots   Phone   Mr^   .Good >��%97O0   Gibsons^B.C. TeL'886-9546'or  fan-   , _     collector $364933 .: " - 885-9425 '     -      '   ' 2533-tfn  only   ^,._ _._._*���* ii*-j__k._L_.,_!M   ** - v- -��� ���-     *    - . ���*   ~*~-  ~   ���   ��� * -,  For fast service oxi' fdl ,ptsop��  *     ,erties and*business^;  %E TRADE HO/VIES^  --   . (-    ,      '      ^2242:tfii;  ���imH ������  Willi |i'��W    ���i��iP*��PPi>^��ii��P>-ii ���in   liuni| Htm*  IF YOUR DESIRE: Td  SELL YOUR PROPERtY^  ^ We-Offer,. f/';:_y-  ft, frontage on safe   ���Continuous t adverissmg   m  --EfiEective and 'proven "���.��&��  , xextisMg in our ��;atalogue.  ���-Real Estaie sales stafj'.of  -She in two offices on 'the*  PeniBBula. Y   " *  ���TWelve' hundred - "Realtor  .sales people, off the _?_sain-  sula when you multiple list  Plus other small items. ,Piiohe  885-9465,    . .'     . *       -2624-27"  ''FRA1VIUS" ' Semi-Acoustic;  ,^'single-cut .away , electrio  guitar, brand new; includes  tuning pipe, spare strings, and  KA  $-?'.  MODERN^ "widout / Arborite  'dinette^ .suite.'. Wanted    2  mirrors 30,-_: 48 or larger, Ph.  885-9401. ' Y    ' /   .  2645-27  VKtWUM&W 12 ��. aiumi-   ^ieks. Worth over $170,' wltt, LS6AL_i (Continued) ' *  *��T   fa/c^ft   b0at   with   Sai.jtar.sioo. Phone 885-9654,   "^P tC^ft-WW  J969 model 6( h.p.f~ Johnson. ���, , * -'-  ,Neyer Used. Ph."886-7078.  ,',     .  v '      ., \   .       '25--6-F-27  1&    PLYWOOD f   runabout,  1 fibreglass to wateline. Conv,  .top, 35 h.p. Eyinrcude, 2 tanks,'  toiler,, 885-2033. -'     " 2619-27  2589-tfn  f    SPORTSMAN . . .  * FibregldssConopies  AE" models. ~ Also Cartopper  Fibreglass Boats, 8-10-11 and  lyi-HTE enamel'garbage, burn*-  - ��� er  for   coal   or > wood   in  splendid    condition.    Briggs-  Stratton      inboard   ~,��nghte  cheap. Ph. 885-9��7i6.     2659-27.  ������������'    >���.���*. i ; ���  ..>','.,.,  BUST 2four trash incinerator  ; JETdm, Secheit * Kinsmen . at  $3.50 each. Phone 885-9542.   '  SMiTH #  Corona,     standard  iypewriter.wifh ejctra-large  type, in new condition,"special  12 Feet F.O.B. .Factory prices,   at half-price1. Phone'885-9654r 9f: Vancouver ', and   situate  A����fttk^-,i^/.��r .^    -      , ���'* "       '2S40-tfn' Skookumchuck .Narrows' and  COPPING .MOTORS LTD.  2287-tfn  HELP WANTED  PETERSON ��� On May 31,  1969, Augusta Peterson of  Gibsons; B.C. Survived by one  son; two sisters and one niece.  Funeral on Tuesday, June 3rd  at 10 am. from the Family  Chapel of the Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B.C., Rev. D,  Morgan officiated. Interment  Seaview Cemetary.   ���> 2663-27  HANSEN ��� May 30, 1969*  Harold Oliver Hansen aged  78 years of Secret Cove, B.C.  Survived by one sister, Mrs.  Nellie Hjorsvik; Everett Washington; one nephew Norman  Carlson; Everett, Wash,  Funeral Service on Wednesday June 4th at 1:30 p.m.  from the Family Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons, B.C. Rev. B. Jenks officiating. Interment Seaview  Cemetary. 2664-27  WEAL���Ada Martha, aged 62  years, of Roberts Creek,  passed away May 28, 1969.  Survived by her loving husband, Albert Henry; 3 sons  Albert, Vancouver; Donald,  London, England; George,  Gibsons; 2 daughters,  Mrs. Margaret Putmaty Vancouver; Mrs. Doris Blomgren,  Roberts Creek; 13 grahdchild-  l*eh; 4 brothers, Herb Lehman.  Vancouver; Harrison. Lehman,  Beaver Cove; Frank Lehman,  "���'' -"Victoria;"' Jack"'Lehman,'1'''Co*-  quitlam; 1 sister, Mrs, Ella  Paulson, Tacoma, Washington.  Deceased was a member of  Arbutus Rebekah .Lodge No.  , 76, 100F of pibsons. Funeral  was held Saturday, May 31st  at 3 p.m. from Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Interment in  ML Elphinstone Cemetary. Imt  lieu of flowers donations may  be made to Secheit and District Retarded Chlldrens As-,  sociation. 2665-27.  HILL���Henry (Harry) A. Hill,  of    Secheit,    B.C.,   'passed  away  May 27,   1969  after a  lengthy illness, aged 82 years.  Survived. ...by, his, loving ...wife .���  Frances Evelyn,' Secheit., 2  daughters, Patricia and Lesley, Vancouver. Served 'overseas in First and Second  World Wars, active member of  IN. -Royal ��� CasttdJan -'Letl��r,'-  Branch. .140., Funeral ������ sftrvk**  was held on Saturday, May  31st at 1 p.m. from Secheit  Royal Canadian Legion Hall-  Rev. Canon Alan Greene officiated. Cremation. In lieu of  flowers, d<JT)iaticms to SechHt  Senior Citizens Association  Branch 6% Secheit, B.C. Harvey Funeral Home, Gibfxms,  B,C. Directors. 2*5_.*3-27  WEST Secheit'-_. to work on  small sawmill, planter" op****  eration; some mechanical  ability necessary. Able to operate chain saw, assorted -hand  power tools, small cat, tractor.  Must have own reliable' transportation for 8 hr, day, 5 day  week. Start at $2.7*j per hour.  Phone 885-9722 after 6 p-m.  * 2500-tfn  CEMENT -worker and helper  required to install small  wharf and mill burner foundation, by hire or contract. Ph.  885-9722 after 6 p.m. 2470-tfn  \ SELMA. PARK���Fully _ser-  ^ viced  view" lot, <wi_h. ..gentle  'slope. Cleared and ready for *  bi_i_d__og. ,-FuR price $4#0Q.  -MABEKtA. PARK'��� Semi  waterfmot, ,f_illy seanacid.lots  a lew sfcejps_from is__fe;'F_sa__dy  beach' and" boat Iain-.e___ng.  Sheltered ^_tmon fishing, wafers. Priced ,aS $2,750 "bo $3,000.-"  Call"B^_-_-:"--Lew__. or-'Morton.  Mackay at 886-9900, eves 886-  7088  fiHIAY REALTY* LTD.  Gibsons - Burquitlam?  2053-27  EVVARTMcMYNN    '  REALTY & INSURANCE  - Notary PhbJic  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board-  Multiple, Lasting Service  PHONE 886-2248  Selma Park: ,New home on  large 100., ft .lot; 6 rooms &  bath,    full    basement,    fully  -_noc_ern; some view; $26,500,  $8,000 down.  ' Lahgdale; Four bedrooni  home, with rental cottage, on  12 acres highway front, ample  private water supply: $26,500,  $6,500 down.  . Gibsons; Three bedroom  home, good view lot, quiet  street���a bargain; $11,000 with  $5,000 down.  Roberts  Creek:   Waterfront  acre -with  room home,  $18,000 full," price includes  rental cottage and storage  buildings:  $8,000  down.  Gibsons area: Country  home, .64 acre landscaped lot,  4 rooms and bath, double car  port: $14,750, cash payment  $8,000. Good terms on balance.  Two view lots Georgia  Heights: $4,000 each. Access  from 2 roads.  G^u^t-vir*        _>_,   *�� *,<,<��   PANASONIC A3_1-FM, Radar-  _^_    ���       t       ..   ., Secbelt, S.C_f;    Ph. 885-2815,   , M^ie, tran^tor"rSdio,~lols  ���-Tsmnty-ifour hoar answer-   Trade your, Car,'jBoat or . .*.?   of power, brand new, worth  ing service.  ���Kfo eharge^to"ryon^if there is  no "sale. *    .;  SBCHai XGErSCIES-Lm  Y   . Phone 885-?i61>i'  Box 155, Secheit,, %C:     *  Boy 369/ Gibsons, B.C> '  ',-_ -. ."  .. ,-..^M^tb  THE SUMSHIMB.OM',  1 ,-: *.w-  ,-.,-/  SECHELT VILLAGE ,  LUSCIOUS ��� 4 bedroom  home. Beam ceiling living  room" with- iloor , to ceiling  fireplace.- .Wall-to-walLy carpeting. A^oil 'furnace, double  pltombing.'' Venetian _ene_j en-  jsures privacy, earportv'JThis  home is a gem'at $22,900,  50' Waterfront Lot $7,800.  WH^ON CR1SEK ��� V/2  acres, creek, 2 bedrooms, basement, A-oil heat $16^00.."  SELMA' PARK���Large Lot,  $2,800 Terms.  WATERFRONT ��� 181 ft,  sheltered by Island, finished  home with full width sun-  deck. Extra 2 room cabin;,  $33/100.  DAVIS BAY VIEW -LOT���  cleared ��� fruit trees ��� $4500,  -VILLAGE ��� 3 bedroom  home. W.W. carpet & heatila-  tor. Fireplace in living room.  A-oil furnace. Large well kepi  garden lot $19,900.  MIDDLEPOINT���.4 .acres  with -423' waterfront. Post &  beam summer* borne, ,$45,000.  DAVIS  BAY��� 165*. W,F.  _n_ARCf?AfT . _ _.  \  Aluminum! Boots t  AH    modelsu.  Demonstjaition  availablerin 18' ��'.Holiday  "V", lOfc&p. butboard. F.O,B/.  ' ^actory^ prie^ start at $235,  Direct * factory. dealer  COPPJNG MOTORS LTD. "  Secheit,*B��.;."- Vti. M^m*  Trade your Car, Boat or... 1  -^..     ^ . g^TJfa  16*'  CARAVEL   built    boat,  Easthope power; Phone 885-  9712;--*.,   i*--   ���     -^2662-27  READY to go/ 8 ft: hydroplane. Good condition, $20,  Phi 885-9366. * -. -   * 2649-27  TRAILERS        -_   ' ���  14 FT- factory built trailer for  sate. -Good - condition.  Ph.  885-9347, 2639-27  MOBILE HOMES  50' x 8' National trailer, in  top shape. $3,550. 883-2555.  2661-tfn  120 Street, North Surrey, B.C,  Tester in good working order, ' S^ffi^ 5^^V_^tt<K'^' -  ZiSi'ttn   over" $90,  will sell for $50.  ��� '������   ,  ������   Also,slightly used, B&K,.Tube   i*laS?  Tester in good working order, ' ^*^af -.-     --^.-r ---������-  ,  -' ���       ,   only $35, Phone 885-9654. ������--'��� fW?^ *$**������&*&:^e m  2590-4fti   towing described lands;���  Commeaeing -% #�� ", a-, post -  planted adjacent'tp..th,e' S.W.  corner of Lot' ,7292^ Group 1,  N.W.D.,"th^i___ 100 ;Feet N.W;;'  thence --300 ,-Feet*'N,; thence  300 Feet E.j * thehce '300" Feet,  S.W. and-containing %- acres,  more or less,-for;.the purpose  of-Slimmer'Home. , \    '  Donald Toward. Wrightmar,  Dated "'April 20/1969; * ' v  ,2558-pub-*M3y:'2l,-28; Junf  ^     y      ,���     4, 11, 1969  '  " ' Form No. 18'*"   \  (Section 82) , \y    *  LAN-_��:ACT   "    ,  *  * >  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease* Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C, and situate  north east bf Cockburn Poirit,  Nelson Island, B.C,  .Ta&e, notice that William A.  McCormick of Vancouver, B,C,  occupation Engineer,. intends  ���to apply for, a lease of the following lands;���  C6mme���dcing:, at * a post;  planted* approx, 27 feet sputh  and 200' east of survey marker indicating' S-E corner of  Lot 1425 thence 860* north;  adjacent to Xbt 7292/Group'V thence 100' west; thence 660'  N,W��D. -__ _��� ", '      ' south* thence'100'  east and  r-Take.iiQti** that   Donald   '����n-*aining  approx  L5   acres,  Edward Wrigtman of 9689- *��W <**** tor?the purpose  Form Ho. 18'  . '   ' (Section .82)  LAND ACT. -  Notice' of-intention to Apply  * .     to Lease Land'  In La"a_t,Rw>rding-District  PETS  POODLES,  .   clipping      and  grooming,    years    of    experience. Phone 886-2601.  -       '- '- .2420-t-n  POODLES *���registered, and  iimoeuli-ied," most   colours,  2561-tfn  th  ojd^r- tKree-bed- , with 2 bedrootii* home, finest t $50.;Also poo^eyiippmg and  he, being remodelled;    Reach oncoast. '-   Rooming. 1%." 885-9797;_/ ;y'  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1600. each-  Multiple Listing Service  IVt -yr.. pef female Capuchin  Monkey, for sale with cage.  885-9984.- " 2670-27  WANTED���Correspondent to  represent Dun & Bradstreet  of Canada Ltd., in the Gibsons  Secheit area on a part time  basis. Job requires direct interviews with businessmen in  the area. Retired persons  acceptable. Apply by letter  Stating qualifications to J.  Mansfield, Dun & Bradstreet  of Canada Ltd., P O Box 2077,  Vancouver, B.C. 2609-27  3-4   WAITRESS'S   for  after-  noons and week-ends. Peninsula Drive-In. Secheit. 885-  2311. 2617-20  BOOKKEEPER ��� to travel  with jobs. Duties many and  varied, not confined to bookkeeping. Salary negotiable.  Phone 885-2314 days. 886-9940  eves. 2648-28  Approx. 2 acre lot near  Golf Course: $2,500 f-p.  Close to Gibsons: 5 acres  level landscaped land, $9,000.  Additional 3 acres $5,400.  Terms.  E. McMynn  Do Wontmon  Vince Prewer  886-2500  886-2393  886-9359  fOR RENT  SMALL office to rent, Whit-  nker block, Davis Bay. 885-  2280, ;���-���- 2503-tfn'  *V     ' ' ''.'''.'''  2 BEDROOM bungalow, unfurnished. Water front view.  Secret Cove. Ph, 885-9563.  2605-28  STORAGE (space available for  rent at  Davis Bay.  Phone  885-2813.       ^ 2658-29  2 BEDROOM furnished house  for   4   months.   June-Sept  Adults & abstainers. Box 584,  Secheit, B.C. 2053-.27 .  DAVIS BAY���All electric cot-  tage,   open   for   June.   $50  week. Ph.. 885-97.0.     2656-29  NICE   bed   sitting   room   for '  rent.,Access' to kitchen.,ph.  886-2601. t 2051-29  1 BEDROOM modern fumi-sh-  ed A-frame, ideal tor responsible   mingle   person.   Ph.  885-9777. .,;..    2047-tfn..  . HALL for rent���VTttson. -GmA  Community   Hall.    Contact  Mr. If. Aubin at 883-9575.  ... 2635-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  Z-3 BEDROOM -home. July 1.  Responsible' couple with 2  young ffirls. Referrnces available. Ph..t83-��W9;      ZS2$��M  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  2654-27  NEAR THE FAMOUJ3  SKOOKUMCHUCK, CO' Wf't  in sheltered cove. Lovely 3  bdrm home suitable year  round living. $13,500, down.  PENDER HARBOUR SAILOR, 1200' Wft, gently slopping 15 acres. Sheltered deep  moorage. Contact DON TAIT  at 883-2284.  ROBERTS CREEK: Attractive terms available on 2 aero  corner property. Older type 3  bdrm home with A-oil furnace. ..Fruit., .trees;.. F-P-.-only,.,  $11,500.  BUILD YOUR OWN HOME  on this desirable % acre with  frontage on blk. top road.  Nice stream through property,  F.P. $2300.  HOLIDAY RETREAT. 145'  beach, level grassy lot. 2  homes, fabulous view. Excel-*  lent terms on the ridiculously  low price of $30,000.  _ GIBSONS: Only $800. down  gives possession, of fully serviced view lot in most desire-  able location.  LOW DOWN PAYMENT  and easy terms, on balance, 4  room homo on large level lot  seconds from beach and chops.  F.P. $8500.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  H. Gregory 885:9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B, GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  2660-27  TRAVEL  FOR all travel information and  bookings, Margaret MacKen-  zie (local rep), Eaton's Where  To Go Travel, 886-2960. Gibsons.  9368-tfa  CARS and TRUCkS  1965 VIVA deluxe, 2 dr sedan,  low mileage, top condition.  Phone 885-9602, 26?Q--29  1968 TOYOTA Corona, deluxe  sedan.  Auto,   trans.,   radio,  in new condition. Low mileage. Phone 885-9602.    2630-29  HORSES  YEAR old filly for sale. Half  '   Appaloosa. Ph. 883-2588 or  883-2312. 2562-27  SADDLE horse for sale. Ph.  886-2006. 2579-27  LOST  FLUFFY grey male cat. host  in Halfmoon Bay areal Ph.  885-9306. 2667-27  WANTED  $1LL   purchase   patcbej   of  x-tandiog timber. Phone 885-  2459. 168M-n  USED. Speed QjCeen' washer,"  good  shape   $125.00;  Used  two; door refrigerator freezer,  top , condition  $195-00.   Used  Easy T-yriiiger washer '$39,00.'  Used chesterfield $39,00," 24"  Westinghouse '' elee,   ' range  $39.95, 40" Thor double oven  elec.- range ,$125,00, Used T.V-,  $49.95.    Par__er_5    Hardware"  Ltd., Secheit, Ph. 885-2171. ".,  . - 2438-21  , CLOSE. OUtVsALE  Business   Closes * June "14th.  \      Everything- reduced.  Spindle  Bush,  $1.  Boxwood,  25c,   Geraniunis,   5 - for   $1.  Tomato    Plants,    -50c    doz.  Green Peppws-$1 -doz.-  GILKER^S NURSERY  Gibsons, B.C. .  Ph. '886-2463  -__668-27  LEGALS  NOTICE TO GENERAL -  CONTRACTORS  ,..,   -  ,   ,.i-. . _  Sealed Tenders are invited  for the Alterations & Additions  to the ELPHINSTONE r  SECONDARY'  SCHODL   for  School District'No,. 46^ Secheit  Tenders: wj_i"1be  -received '  until 1;00 pjrn..P,D,T;; Thurs-,  day/June l9,"1969"by;"   ^   '  The Secretary f Treasurer,  School* District No.* 46 >'  (Secheit)  Box 220   Gibsons, B.C,  A Bid Bond amounting to  5% of the bid must accompany the Tender.  Plans, Specifications and  Forms of Tender may be obtained before or after 12:00  Noon P.D.T., Monday, June 2,  1969 at the office of the, Architects, Underwood, McKinley,  Cameron* Wilson 4c Smith,  612 Clyde Avenue, West Vancouver, B.C- or at the office  of the Secretary-Treasurer,  School District- No, 40 (Secheit), North Road, Gibsons,*  B,C. on deposit of $50,00.  The lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  2641-27l  of summer cottage.  "William, Albert McCohnick  Dated-April 26,, 1969.  '  2572-pub. May 21, 18,, June  Form No. 18  " (Section 82)  1  "Form-No, 18   -  -. .  -  *    (Section 82)'  LAND ACT "  .   Notice of Intention to Apply  fo Lease Land   * -  In Land: Recording District  of Vancouver -and. situate'  South* Thormanby " "Island;  Block 1 of District Lots 1018  and* 1019,-Group 1 Westminster- District Plan 11122, and  District *LotYl539 Group 1  New- Westminster District  Take notice' that Buccaneer  Bay. Holdings' Ltd, ot No. _J01-  9Q0, W- Hastings St,* occupa-*  tion. body." *corpora.e, intends  to���apply.fo>t"a lease of the fol-  lowing..described lands;-**-  *' Comm.eni.ing *; at "a*-,' ."posfr,  planted7 at'high'-water mark���i'  N.W.^ Comer ot Lot 1 of District Lot 1018; Grout. 1* New  Westminster Districti thence'  S.W. Vi ��� mile'to,' the southern ���  tip ot- Riggs Island;1 thence  South to the;northern tip of  Distrid. Lot 1539; thence following shoreline to point of  commencement and containing 35 acres, niore or less, for  the purpose ot Private, moorage, for the shareholders of  Buccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd.  as -snail boats are their only  aece-js.  Buccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd.  Agent - Marilyn M McCIaren  (Mrs. M).  1010 Leyland St.,  West Vancouver, B.C.  926-1630  Dated Friday, May 16, 1909,  2607-pub May 28, June* 4, 11  18, 1969  Notiee"of Iirtention id Apply  /    to' Lease Land . ���  *: In. Land Recording District  of, ' Vancouver, B.C. and  situate north' east of Coek-  'burn Point, Nelson Island,  B.C,  , Take notice J that Sheila C,  Penson of* Vancouver, B,C  . occupation .clerk, ��� intends to  apply for a lease of the following described .lands;���  Commencing-  at    a    post  planted approx.- 27 feet south  of survey marker indicating  S--E eorner of Lot. 1425; thence  100* east; thence 660.' north;  thence, 100', westj. thence 660  soutfcC   ,and    containing   1,5  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer cottage,v  Sheila Catherine-Penson  -'Dated April 26, 1969,  25j73'-j?_ib, May 21, 25, June  ....    ,   .    -\  "  _  4, l.L 1969.  TENDERS v  vxulAge of gibbons  F* i  Tender for painting or tiling  Health Centre  Floor  ' Tenders will be received by  the undersigned up to 12  o'clock noon, Tuesday, June  10, 1969, for ihe painting or  tiling of the concrete floor in  the Health Centre. Gibsons.  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L J  M**  .-  *., .     -*��  _   TW i ���  \ Sr*Vf  -*��Yy ���-  '��� 1   N.  n^  _***      v v  _���*/���  ��*.���*-  -A    t  -     ���*     **  -ft        i v *  .{0.  *. *.   *���  t "*  A_7.  i  f  I*  1  ,1' 'v  \ * *���  ***   ��' " -  r.  /  1 ��� ���*     -, \  ,fF",  L^.  ;  . i "*"-  N  ��� in* .  \  section of Itie crowd of approxi-   ing stefi'aiid.o^eiii-^ii-tieijy'*^  ately* 200 "teachers ' who  packed   speakers' fodtided FatCMcGeei%;pro-  .Mb, jMLA-for W-ackenzie-F TicUng,,  Teach-in  A  mately* 200 >teachers  who packed   speakers ^���, , _         ._    .     .       ..    A     ,, . ,._  Moose Halij PoweU Kive_*,*ori T-iurs- vihci_ii Liberal leader teflfrVomBer^ jj^'tf'pK&wxau^  day, May 29,1969, in protest against 'ger, le��der��f tbeF.opposit^n,.^ftvata*-. %es accepted; Mr^.-pawson vy-as,to.  the provineiat gdvernment's finance *ti<msiiad,heeri^tettdeid; by:the. Bw*-: ;_fl__e=,-Qsu_ie(��, Cwr^-^^**W%u^,fl^;-  formula which resultedinafiriahcM . eWKivetTeacher^ j^edei-ataon/ to 0on;JBrfl^iers;had iriet.wiih teacher,  deficit of _H75;000 in the school dis- Fremier,;���#,: A;.'.~C;' BermztU VB^�� ,J��pr^en^twes -.the* p/evwus Satur-.  trict's budget and cutF-backsin teach- . .B^ers,^ ahd' -d?ry;,"" ;   * " '   ;   i ������News*photo  Damn education formula I *:$  m.��etauer'&Q%  cw*toi3me^iicteviic^:in^'td improve the  quality of education, y * "'   '    * *';,  "We' Libeial/5 opposed the legislation  when it was introditCFed, We suggested  that the Socreds haye flattened tbe eduea-  iion t level across tbe, proyinee with - a  . steamroller. Powell Biyer has done its  job well in the past and has been punished for this. We'(Liberals), will throw  j this formula out. . .,., We're npt old and  .gray in the 'education field, we're pinch  ���, pennies."    *  McGeer closed saying his remarks in  no way were intended <to condone -the  teacher walk out,  ;' One-teacher from the floor told the  crowd in Moose Hall that teachers were  here "trying to give their side of the  story," Then directing bis remarks to ihe  stage he said, "Our president Tom Young  has not told any lies. Yet how many lies  did Donald Brothers, the minister of education, tell residents of Powell Biver over  loeal radio?"  Jack Grantham on stage explained  that he and the association president had  taped Brothers' speech and gone oyer it  with a fine tooth comb, This, he explained,  took one and a. half hours. He said he  djdn't want to. go through the whole list  \ of errors he had found but said Brothers  was wrong when he said that school costs  \ in his own riding of Trail were^ average,  "This, is nay true," Grantham said. He  later explained to The News that costs in  Trail had been well over the 110 per cent  allowed by the government formula and  -,they had to get approval from their municipal council before the budget eould  get passed.  Jack Orahtham said that Brothers  made ,a misleading statement when he  spoke of government grants for instructional units in .Powell Biver using a $12,-  320 figure. "Brothers made" tbis sound  like "money coming from the provincial  government; ~\Th_s-'is ��� misleading,"- said  Grantham. 'That mo^ey comes from local  taxes* 98,8 per cent of school' tajjes comes  from local sources." * * . ; ��� . - - .  A question directed. at Pat McGeer  asked if he would abandon r-eferenda completely, McGeer said he would not. aban-  "FOB, THE first time' we' (British Colum-  . bia Teachers'- Federation) are going to  be* involved with a political party," These  words from Tom Hutchison, president, of  the BCTF, set the tone of Powell River  teachers' "'teach-out" in Moose Hall last  Thursday, The 200 - teachers attending  showed overwhelmingly, by their clapping  and voiced opinion; that j&ar-poUticaJ  affiliation lay with the provincial New  Democratic Party, ' -  ^ Platform speakers included Dr, Pat  MeGeer, provincial leader of the Liberal'  Party; Tom Berger,,leader of the NDP;  Tom Hutchison; Don Lockstead, NDP  'hopeful for Mackenstie riding; Tom Young,  president Powell'Biyer Teachers' Federation; C, D. Oyans, general secretary BCTF;  Meniek Garber^ and Jack Grantham, members of- the PRTF,  C, D. Oyans. general .secretary BCTF, .  following- Hutchison'at the'lectern, -lambasted the Socred" government's new finance formula. - Oyans said the-only word  to describe the-formula was -"Damnable!"  . "Politicians do; not joass laws for fun,"'  .said Qvans, ,r^y'.didntt-pass-the 'Education'spending forniula' for fun. What did,  government have in mind? There is only  one answer���to put the lid on rising school'  costs." ,  , Mr. Ovans pointed out that though inflation was a real-problem today the goy<-  ernment would not find the answer io the  education problem by'Putting the 'lid on  planning in education. Be charged that  the education system was being run .by  bookkeepers, with "no reference to what  is needed in education." ,   .  DOUBLE DAMNABLE  Ovans then called the government's \  formula "double damnable." Applause  from teachers in the hall was resounding.  "We're only at the start,of our troubles.  Children are in deep trouble in this province. This education formula must go."  Emotion showed In Ovans* face. Interrupted with more hand-clapping.  "Seven districts voted down school  referendums this year. . . . There'll be  17 next year, and I predict 27 referendums  will be voted down the year after tliat."  HDP CANDIDATE  Don. Lockstead opened his address with  a charge (that the "Socred government lias  succeeded in undermining ithe education    <"  system in Powell Itiver schools, Tiie new    *���  formula is bad legislation .because.it sug-   f  gests equalization  of expenses  without,'' U  consideration for the individual. This has   >  allowed  irreparable   damage   to   occur,   .,  Students will be deprived of educational   '.  services. The nellerenda system is undemocratic. ��� / ��� ', '*'���'���  "I demand," said LoeksUmd, "that Don-  old Brothers act immediately to right ihe  wrong his formula has done, I don't blan?e  me homeowner -,, they are already over-  ���,.taxed,"  ,.,,,.,.,,:..,:���.,..���.,. ,.,.,������ .,���.,:.. ��  Teachers stomped ond clapped at Lock-  $ead's closing remark: "I say that MacMillan Bloedel e4ved $300,000 by th�� de  feat, of this referendum.'  NDPLBADE8S  -���-* Emcee, for "the meeting Tom Young  goofed when he intrOduc^i Tom Berger;  2_DP leader;' he -called him, Pat McGeer.-  Qliipped Berger at the lectern, ','At least  hetdidni call'me w; A C." Bennett." At  ibis .-point, of .the meeting Pat MeGeer  iiadn'tamved, Mir. Berger said, "Pat McGeer is not the only one missing., W. A. C  Bennett is probably on the road showing  his film, ,1 don't >know the reason for Don  Brothers' 'absence, but it will,probably be  explained.ina note tomorrow.  - "fBut the absence of your own MLA  the'Hbn>'.Isabel-Dawson. . , .1 thought  ���ja. ithe- education problem in PoweU  Biver would have superseded any other  engagement she might have had.", Teach-  ��3rs- loudly c-heered- this remark.  / ,"3_hJss -strike is, a different kind.<>f-  Strike," said Berger; "you are not.asking  fca. extra pay. I think you are entitled'to'  go'on strike to' focus attention on -the situation as it exists in Powell Biver,. I* understand that .Grade-13 has been dkx&n-  tttmed and fbk*-. remedied -clasp&i'willt be  (fiurtailed; that the ratiorof teachers wiii'go  down. This is Mnfortunate," " '" y y ,\ '  , ..Mr," Berger "then buUined'the.b^ck-  ^rbiindof theformuIaL*H_.'Saidther legist  lation was brought in by Petersen when  he^was education minister'two.years ago,"  At that time, he said, the, NDP .opposed  ijt as bureaucratic an4 tending ito coneen-  trate power to Victoria." Indirect result of  the "cost cutiting proposals, he said," acted  as .an inducement to Unqualified!teachers.  ��� "In Campbell River," -Berger said,  **ihejr budget-was 137 per cent-of tliat  allowed by the formula (Powell River's  was 125 per eentlyet the municipal coun-  . Oil of Campbell River approved it when-  School board took it to them."  Mr, Berger criticized the formula and  the referenda system as undemocratic. He  suggested that tax spending as practiced  at (theproyincial level should also work  at the municipal level. "If you don't like  your trustees you should yote them out  of office."- * - *  Quoting figures Berger said that the  province is only spending 25 per cent of  its budget on education, whereas in Ontario this spending extends to 50 per cent,  Berger said ithe financial return to the  Community- through spending- in education yield up to 17 per cent, "Education*  is the gateway- to the future, , .-'.Let  politicians know' -what you think about  4-ieir formula," -    , >y'-  AN ARENA  An angry lone-voice from the front of  the audience interru^ed a speaker shouting that (the "house of leaiwng in Powell  Biver has become an arena.    He\said  he'd served on a Powell River scjb.ooi  board for 35 years, "Parents of pupils- are  mterested in giving their .children a good  education," be said;-and added, "we want  more for our money and we're not getting  St" He chargFed that -he Powell Biver  teaching staff was.oyerstoeked wit-i-sgiperr  visors. Fewer than six people, in the. hall  applauded -he lone Daniel,  ,-  ,C. D, Ovans on the plaftfonn rose,to  answg: the remarks, "That is a iaSr. observation," s-aid. Oyans,- "It is one "we  teachers shojildn't dodge-,, ,  \    "We will, be satisfied in education only  When we have succeeded, ,,, We are no  longer paying lip .service to an. ideal.,.:The  - human animal is, a learning -animaLV-A-ny  laiiime ���wiihja) r^udent i�� school is a M_u����  on,'our part/* ,".''        . .>, *   >���.'"'.',,  \ , Ovans suggested, that t^aoswer to^Jh-e  teachers' dilemma, lay in "adequate.">��-  search' facilities., **Adyance- in business,-"  he said, "depends on adequate research,'  Our provincial gdyernment hasn't done  anything in educational research. We (the  teaching profession) have been trying all  kinds of things: aremedial reading, individualized (teaching. This trial and error  is wasteful.  But we have no choice. If  the government doesn't want,us no operate that way let them offer us some research of their own."  LIBERAL LEADER  Pat McGeer, provincial Liberal leader,  explaining his'delay said the clouds were  hanging low oyer Vancouver, "Don't think  I'm condoning this walk out today, I'm  not here advocating this be taken as a  precedent for the rest of the province."  The Liberal leader did agree that the  education formwla was unworkable and  that ihe education system was heading for  ���"major problems," ^McGeer said the'formula was intlixKluced by tho Socreds for  the purpose of regaining spiraling education costs.' "It was introduced as a cost  '~���^tmmmfi^^%l^ ,,,���,.* .,.*,�� .... "7i(irWV1,.,,,.,.^rf-;..v..^ir'"r',t  <"V  1  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID A TIUIL, SECHELT, D,C.  Sunday Scfteof ��� 10,00 _un.  CfeortfaSenrJei�����11:15 o.��a.  PfiOMJE eS5-v66*>  All Welcome  ':' SECHELT 4-SENCBE5' ��ATE >. PAP..  '  ��� This ^ rwli*der of eorrj^  LTD, Phpna Peninsula Ttofs direct for fr���� lisrlrifls, specifying ";Ooto  Pod", PJe*>!M>note "'that tpoio Is limited ond somo adyooca-dotes may  hoyif* (to wolt their turn; olso lhat this is a "reminder" llstlnfl only ond  cannot olnvoys carry full detolls.  gstttiw^att^  F_��  M-Wl  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Und<��orjilnotlono1)  Suaiay ��cf��*��.l 10:00 oM.  ' Chvrtk %��n?lce 11:13 ��um.  CnrB.Sfl-a S*r.'-�� 7;%0 p.m.  PASTOR REV, S. CASSCUS  D/��vJ* &��f: $m4 ��nd Ai^��fM��  (Zt-bcf-t ��*#��� fww W#*��y)  ��� '  I  WSSCSttK  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAtHT HIWA'S^-UOtOX  8,00 ojn, �����***$ Sundoy  9:30 ojn. Cburxh School  11:00 ojn. %nd��� 4th, 5th Sundoy*  7:30 p.m. 1st <md 3rd Sunday*  Servicef hekl mgutady. in  43ARDCN BAV, REOROOTFS ond EGMON1  for lrilo*TOcri'Ior�� pham ��l5-*97,v3  ., Ewy W��4,10 an H CmmMm St., Hjld**/*  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmMm'"    ������  tunc A���7#0 p.m, St. Hilda's Holl. St. Hilda's Church Women���Soclol  ond %xpo film "This Solitude*",  June 4���8 p.m. Mr. ond Mrs. Shuttteworlh res, West Secheit, Gorden  Cfi4) regular meeting,  turn 5~*-2.p,m, St.lWa's Hott, S��che-t P��{juW rmittlna Stdwit H09-  pltol Auxiliary, . ,        .  fane 12-���Scchclt Legion'Holi.  II a.m.-1.30 pm, Annual Luncheon  prepared by StxhtU Hospillcit Auxiliary, AW *.elcon����,  June 13���10 o,��ri,-J p*. WJlson Creek Comnuinlty Centre Coffe�� Porfy  combined with Ooyis Bay School Sports,  Jut?�� 14���1:30 p.m,.. p.m. Secheit Indian Village Community Hoi),  Homemal<-.rs Club, Baroor; Boht Solo ond Tea.  tune  14���7:30 pm. Moionic Holl^ Hoberts G<*.k. Job's Daugf)t��|rs  Inttg I lotion.  ask rort mm cataiogui op mo?mr  ���ll  "V-r-*-**-  Ji'U  . -.^ .-���-,  MutlJpta list lag Ssrvlco  Yeaceurer Umd EsteM  Eoerd'   "  4 �����*���*>���*  _,    |*| LS:_.A        ; I *" ,l* f>^  HEAL ESTATE  r  Mmms  CJb*.c.*.. CS6-7015  J  don -referenda- completely,,. Be said he -  would retain'this fdr'jjapitai costs like  school ifenstruetion-.which ate a relatively  small part bf the education System,  On the same question Tom Berger said  the NDP goal is to' relieve the individual  property owner of paying school tax, He  said he was opposed to referenda for capital cost projects,. "When Bennett built  the*Peace Biver Dam-he*didn't go to the  people and " ask' for their permission  through a referendum/' Berger,said the  trouble lay in apathy during choice of  school trustees, "If people" don't agree  with what the" board has" done then they  should kick them* out?'    ���'  In reply to a suggestion by a parent  that kindergartens, are a,frill Berger"said,  "I don't think kindergartens are a frill.  They exist in the rich .districts in the  province jyet they are most needed in the  poorer districts/' In reply to some gen-  eralj-jations criticising teachers , Berger  said, "Ifs imnortant if we are going to  eritici2e teachers that we should- be specific in our complaints, not genenai,"  \ A questioner asked,". "If we're short of  money now 'where did the money come-  fromthat, carried our education system  this far?" - He - iatej* explained that he  couldn't -understand,why, with education  costs for- Powell, Elver well oyer last  gear's 100 per cent figure, why there were  cut backs? TomJ-Utchisoh started to answer thequestion by explaining that taxpayers were actually paying less than  they did last year,j  Jack Orantham later took-up the question explaining it was-a'-Siffienlt one,  . He told The News in an interyiew.  "We in Powell River bad an operating  budget for school -spending of ��2,900,000,  There was a six to seven per cent increase  in salaries nesulting from a federation  agreement which forced the school board  to increase this'spehding to' -$3,100,000.  This figure would haye maintained the  educational system'as it existed in Powell River in 1968. However with She implementation of the government formtua  school board was allowed only $2^10,000  (this is the. 100, pe^ cent eosts- fixed by  goyemment). "School" boards' are allowed  The* Pmlmrdm Tiroes       -. Fa0e A*3  '   Wednesdoy, June 4, 1969  to. go 10'per cent over tha$ figure which  would bring the total allowable to about  ���$2,800,000���which is well below the $3/-  100,000 needed; (Figures'quoted are approximations),'    Y  "We are now^ five months into the new  year and have��� been operating on the $3,-  100,000 expense budget where in fact the -  board, bad had only 12,6*00,009 to spend.  The government has allowed the board to  borrow $135,000 to offset the difference.  "Yet the school- board can't implement  any cost cutting until September, (start of  the new school term and teacher contracts), l  "We have had tbe utmost co-operation  from school board" said Grantham, "But  , 17 teachers leaving Powell River at the  end ot the 'term will not be replaced, in  a-ddition-10 members of'the maintenance  staff will lose their jobs,"  *%��"  ��J_*  0    *    9  �����**.  !  S8S-S&-S4  . John Hind-Smitf-  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phoiie 886-2931  from 9 cm, to 5J30 p,m.  . .   Res, 886-9949  GIBSON Glta 0��AUTY SALON  ���GibsonsJVilloge  Experts ot cutsy coiffe ond colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone -886-2120  (CUmOMOHDAY)  111    ��� iiiiii WW'���11    jiinwiiMwMipiwwiwur* m      |  AUBIN'S UPMOLSTERY  *,.   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SERVICE  Repair owl oyeihoul to oil mokes  Tel: 8f6-741I of 886-2ifT!  i wm>^*i^��^,^*^i'''  l^*^#*H#N^*W*^��#Wf*l*'''  jmsfi****^^^^ -^^^iA-^^^^^fP^r^^rW^N^**^  V^'jV f i *vrtt"* ft ^ it**   J1 'A  ^' ���" 1     ' _   -      ����� \  *���        <���*   �� 3 -**  -jr.  i  if-  ,r  K  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, June 4,1969  ThePeninsula'I^-^  vf B ���*  *7, may 6c wrong, but I j/ia/f no/ be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right." j  '" ' . . * '   *��� J       ���!John Atkins <  ^TTrnimffmrrnirrMM  Douglas G: Wheeler, Editor  mmuaaaaaametmaaaaemaaaom  Stewart B. Alscabd, Publisher  .nmnmttmmnmmnnmmmnasmoetnmiittMtinmmtitnmni  ��SE g(_3_jiie:  PRESENT plans of the Secheit and District Chamber of Commerce call for  a "Citizen of the Year" project which in  effect means formation of a small committee to decide every two years who  of the multitudinous good people of the  area should be singled out for the red  carpet treatment.  This is by, no means new for such a  scheme has been established in other  areas for a considerable number of years.  It is certainly not the best of ideas even  ���though basically the motive is sound.  Big problem is, who is to say under  normal circumstances that any one person is worthy of such an honor above  anyone else.  Certainly there are citizens who shine  out above others for community endeavor, at the same time there are also  citizens who possibly do a great deal  more but keep out of the limelight, and  consequently go unrecognized.  In the event that an exceptional deed  of valor might be attributed to one person, or a long record of genuine dedicated service has been revealed, then  "Citizen of the Year" is no doubt a  fitting honor. Unfortunately, it is seldom  that simple, and only too often such a  title is bestowed upon a person who has  consistently hogged the headlines whereas a great deal more has been carried  out by many people who seek neither  publicity nor recognition.  We noted a typical example recently  whereby a man stood up at a gathering  and made the statement that he was instrumental in bringing about a certain  needed change in the community. In ac  tual fact he was one of three and played  , but a minor role.- The point is that the  Other two involved have no desire for  fame and remain silent, therefore, this  one man is credited y.ith this particular  project. Feasibly, similar claims could  be made regarding other enterprising ac-*  compiishments, consequence being,that  credit would, or^could, go to a person  who most certainly had a relatively small  role. Simply because he happens to be  the one who did the shouting, he gets  acclaimed man of the hour.  This is not altogether a hypothetical  situation, it happens from time to time.  There are always those who are prepared to make a great show of endeavor  providing they have others" doing the  actual chores behind the scenes.  All things considered, it would suggest, choosing "Citizen of the Year" is  by no means a simple task for unless  that person happens to have really accomplished deeds which qualify he or  she without question, then troubles will  start. Select someone from the dozens  who are known to have done a great  deal for the community over the years  and the inevitable cry goes out that others ^iave done much more. Be it one who  has accomplished a great deal without  fanfare, and many will ask the inevitable  question "what has he (or she) ever done  for the district?"  This is one proposal the Chamber  should give long and serious consideration to for it will very likely create a  certain amount of hostility as time goes  by and leave many disappointed souls  in its wake.  S   "Hlf ��F  NEVER let it be said that the Times  has ever shown reluctance to speak  out on issues and against public bodies  when it has been considered necessary,  .servility and boot polishing are characteristics we prefer to leave to lesser b_>  ings, and there is certainly no shortage  of such individuals.  We sincerely feel that far too many  people are afraid to speak their mind on  issues of paramount importance. They  are aware of situations, yet, for a multitude of reasons, prefer to find others to  do their shouting for them. On the other  hand, it is quite surprising how small  vociferous groups will actually make  their voices heard on, what, frequently  amounts to, an insignificant issue difficult to comprehend.  While no one welcomes interest in  education moie than the School Trustees,  this is one field in which these small  groups have become unduly active, in  some cases for reasons best known to  themselves, with others the reasons are  fairly obvious and not particularly praiseworthy.  In the past there has been poor pub-  ness, special agent No. 1 replied that  most of the afternoon had been spent at  the home of the Trustee.  It would appear we have an espionage system at work in the area, the moment one of our public servants moves  he is watched by a series of stooges along  the way who in turn report back to No.  1. Reads rather like a comic opera but  that apparently is "about the level of  some of the minds at work.,  There are, of course^ some responsible groups also taking more than a  passing interest in the activities of the  Board but, responsible though they might  be, just what rights have any of tbetn to  consider themselves' so. superior. What  it really amounts to is the fact we now  haye a number of self appointed Boards,  all ardently convinced they are better  qualified to administer school district  affairs than the Board elected by the  people.  This is a sick situation and one even  worse when it is considered that some of  those taking part in the circus are people  who have, in the past, made clear their  own propensities for operating under a  lie relations between the public and the   shroud of secrecy, yet suddenly they arc  School Board and The Times has never   civic leader material?  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W, Fletcher  ^MASCULINITY.,';';.,''','';;:;'.  How inconsistently the poet sings  of some idy'le lovoi wlych dulls tho mind  When time dissolves the lure; and so it brings  catastrophe when reason's left, behind.  How sweetly now at e'en the sparrows twit,  as each his nightly roosting place proclaims.  Unlike his human friend with shallow wit  he sleeps alone, unhindered by the dames.  pompous gander guard the  young.  hesitated to speak out on such counts.  The public for its part has helped remedy the situation at election time, which  is the logical method of expressing dissatisfaction with its elected representatives,; ... ;:���'. ���/���"''������;.,.; .y ,..  At this time,, as we have stated previously, the present Board is, in our honest opinion, striving hard to make up for  errors pf the past.   It is comprised of  respected residents of the district who  were elected by the people.   That they  should now be harangued by a number  of small groups, all of whom apparently  consider themselves to be experts in tlio  field of education, is lamentable.  m, An or-?anization   such   as, a  strong ��� How ludicrous appears the gander's goose  ITA, representative of the whole area,    which has no voice when lullabies arc sung;  is Iine,. when these groups represent ono    Yet, later on, accepts no bland excuse  particular faction, or industry, then the    and makes iho pompous ��andcr ��uar  coat is of another color for they are then  working for personal reasons, in ijiost  cases.  Currently one such group is actively  opposed to the Board Secretary-Treasurer and for reasons we can but ponder.  If the Secretary-Treasurer is the villain  these people would have us believe, then  we have a 'responsible Board well able to  rectify the situation, if this supposed villainy is simply because he has had the  task of cutting costs, then he is merely  doing his duty. What is so frightening  is the fact that some of the methods' used  lo discredit this person arc reminiscent  of the old Gestapo tactics of world war  two, certainly the type pf tiling those of  us who appreciate freedom, loath.  An astounding situation came to light  last week with a phone call to The Times  from a representative of small group  complaining that one of our trustee, had  been seen walking in Secheit with the  Secretary-Treasurer. Told'that we happened to know llicy were on Board busi-  Thc bee, Ihey say, is something else pgain,  where male* may share one wife, a common  queen. ,.'      .,<,... .\ .... ',  Their code decrees, just do Ihe job and then  a one-way ticket ends the hive's routine.  Consider man, though neither bird nor bee,  this captain of his soul yet counts as lost  Each day devoid of feminity,  but winds up like the rest*���by woman bossed,  SEE THE' m 7V2 and pM  ' PEttC'S Off DISPLAY' '  The Pemi^ulii ^Jdrnzb  Published Wednesdays at Sccttelt  on BX.. _s Sunshine Coast    fey    ���  i  Seebeft Pcninstifa Times Ud.  Box 310-Scchclt, B.C  Douglat G. Wheeler, Editor  S.B,Ats$ard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  1 Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Yean, $!>  ' U,S, witt Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jenis Inlet)  mjkmtmmm  hlmmmmm*m*mimmmi  AT., y    ..   HADDOCK'S  CABANA MAUI  CABINS - CAMPING - BOATS  Madeira. Pork, B.C.  Phone 803-22-10  YOUR MERCURY SALES  AND SERVICE DEALER  Readers Right  Thank you  Editor, The Times, .  .  Sir���A very sincere "Thank You" to  you and your Staff of the "Peninsula  Times" for the splendid co-operation and  assistance to Scouting in the years gone  by.  The Executive of the newly formed  Sunshine Coast District, Vancouver-Coast  Region, Boy Scouts of Canada, were indeed honored and pleased to haye you  with, them at their inaugural meeting,  May 22, at Camp Byng.  We look forward to continued co-operation in the months ahead.  E. SIMMONS,  Regional Liaison Representative,  Vancouver - Coast Region,  Boy Scouts of Canada.  Rodeo cruelties  Editor, The Times,  Sir���I am writing to ask if 1 may once  again, use your column. This time in my  defence.  Following my recent letter in the Times  protesting the many cruelties in rodeo  shows, a Mr. Browning wrote giying his  views while-attempting, to correct mine.  First, T would like to set Mr. Browping  straight by suggesting he read my letter  over again. I did not say that horses race  pt a speed of 50 miles an hour in order to  catch up to steers in steer-busting events.  In steer-busting exhibitions, the steer  is tormented into running into the arena  when the chute gate is opened. Racing at  high speed and chased by horse and rider,  the steer is eventually roped. With the  rope secure the rider flips the rope around  the steer's hind quarters then craftily  turns his horse at a 45 degree angle away  from the running steer. When the steer  hits the end of the rope his head is twis.-  ed around in a neck-breaking jerk at  about 50 mph.  Secondly, to compare one form of cruelty with another to prove a point as did  Mr, Browning, is inexcusable and is typical of a \ person who is unsure of his  "What ever happened to tbe "Status of Women** report?!!"  _>$��<.$���>  facts.  Thirdly, torturing and killing for fun  and games should be frowned upon by  civilized people. Until such time when  human beings respect the rights and feelings of all creatures, it is safe to say that  we are not too far advanced from those  barbaric days when children were made  to drag out their unhappy lives in workshops���sometimes dying at their work.  Public opinion brought about the end  of this cruelty and public opinion can  bring an end to'the exploitation of animals used in rodeo, bullfight, circus and  other such thrill shows.  (MRS.) ROSEMARIE McGAVIN,  Counsellor for the Humane Educators  Kindness Club.  JVo contribution  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The Association for the Support  of Progressive Education received no remuneration of any kind for sponsoring  the movie-lecture B.C. Coast Safari in  our district. Its sole purpose was to give  our students and the public at large the  opportunity to experience the fine ex-  posiion of our native environment.  An 9ffer to the Assocation of a percentage of receipts was declined as we  felt that the research and documenting  done by the Hancocks constitutes an in-  ya"yable contribution.to education.  ' The Association regrets that circumstances did not allow Mr. Hancock "to appear at Pender Harbour and it is endeavoring  to   arrange both  school  and  public showing there in the near future.  E. H. BURRIT (secretary),  Association for the Support of  Progressive Education.  Editor note . . .  We would therefore suggest the operator did even better in the district than  we expected.  Party lines  Editor, The Times,  Sir: It is about time the "party line"  stuff was washed out. Mr, Stanfield  showed his leadership (?) when he voted  for the homosexual legalizing bill. Mem  bers should vote the way their conscience  tells them, or their constituents, not be  pinned down by any party leader.  E. W. ABRAHAM  'V  r Harry-Gregory sworn  Power Squadron Cmdr.  \  DISTRICT Commander Joe Lawson and  ' his wife Elsie were guests of the Sun-  < shine Coast Power Squadron at its annual)  graduation and installation dinner held  ��� recently at *the Jolly Roger Inn.  - Thirteen poisons successfully complet-~  ed the basic Piloting course which, was  conducted by -the Sunshine Coast squadron  during the winter months.  Graduates present ��to take the Power  Squadron pledge from D/C Lawson were:  Peggy Connor, Maureen Hall, Cathy de  Kleet, Gladys Newman, Dennis Blatch-  ford, Bud Blatchford, Don Hadden, Ray  Newman, Clarence Parks, and Bill Scott.  Unable to be present were Dr. and Mrs.  W. Stuart and George Woodham, George,  who is a crew member of the United  Church mission boat Thomas Crosby V,  took the course by correspondence and  received special commendation for his  successful effort.  Installation of the new executive of the  squadron was, also conducted by D/C  Lawson: Harry Gregory was sworn in as  Commander; John de Kieer, Executive  Officer; Secretary, Werner Richter; Bill  Duffus, Treasurer; Dick Ranniger, Training Officer; Gordon Hall, Cruisemaster,  The coveted Oh Damn! trophy was  awarded to Lady Associate member Ann  de Kleer who was found guilty of committing the goof of the year.  t  Accident statistics  first quarter '69       \  FOR the first quarter of 1969, traffic  deaths are down by 45 per cent compared to the first three months of 1968.  Cheers are not in order, however, as 68  have died on the roads this year, due to  carelessness and inattention. Preliminary  reports for April do not seem bright Be  courteous; keep your car in top condition;  use your( safety belts; "watch out for the  other guy."  ' Drownings, too, are down* by 37 per  cent from 35 to 22, but the outdoors season \is just starting, warns B.C. Safety  Council.  For the third consecutive month home  accidents, including poisonings, death by  fire and falls have increased,  Accidental deaths in British Columbia  ���March 1969:  Mar Mar Jam 1- Jan 1-  '69 '68 Mar 31 Mar 31  ROY WEST.  THE HIGH RIGGER  The High Rigger lay on the cold, wet ground  While the rest of the Riggitf Crew stood idly  around  There were tears in their eyes and a pain in  their chest  For they knew they had lost one of the best.  He had fallen from the top of a lofty pine  And come down to earth with a terrible thud  And drove his head down deep in the mud.  Well, poor Joe won't be riggm* anymore  We hope he goes where the good Riggers go.  The Boss said, I guess we'll shut her down for  the day  We can't log without a High Rigger anyway.  The old diesel was loaded and ready to go  She looks to roe like a haywire show."  So Bob says, I guess I'll take her down to the  chuck  And maybe tomorrow we'll have better luck.    , ��� ���    _.. r���  .  As he rounded the curve with a terrible rush    lost* ley?'days. He'askOd, "Do you think  you could learn to love me?"  "I   think   so,"   she  said   timidly.   "J  learned shorthand in three weeks,"  '69  '68  Motor vehicle  29  51  68  124  Train, plane, horse,  electric bus  1  1  7  10  Drownings  5  14  22  35  Poisonings  16  8  50  40  Falls  22  18  68  5?,  Machinery  0  5  0  11  Fire and explosion  12  8  34  23  Firearms  0  0  2  5  Unclassified  10  16  43  39  Totals                ^  95  121  294  339  A young couple who wanted to get  married after they had^own each other  The Fir_t Aid Man tore for the brush  Gee, that was close, but Bob couldn't stop  So he backed up his pickup and topk for the  top.  Now if you work on (lie Riggin* Crew, keep  out of the bite  Or they might pack you out on a stretcher  some night.  m^^^^^f^^^^^^s^^^iw^^s^^^^^s^^^m  , ;..,.:,,.TODD'Sv.v  DRYGOODS  CG-aiLMEfJ A_-.��3 INFANTS  ."-''."'.".. '.WEAR ''.-'. ������''������.  LADIES' SfFQRTS WEAR  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  The fact that the 12th-grade English  textbook is a generation behind the  times became obvious in a recent classroom incident. Instructing the class in  adverbial clauses, the teacher's face  turned beet-red as she read this sentence  to a room full of giggling seniors: "After  I had taken the pill, I was ready for bed."  ROBERTS CREEIC MAUL  mtie, June 281  at 8 p.m.  RAFFLE TICKETS  WILL BE DRAWN  AT HALF-TIME  Sd��e Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The.Sunshine Coost  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Scchclt, B.C.  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  at  peiiinsuu wm-\��  ON HIGHWAY 101 ot SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 885-2311  J-JEVQfS TEI_E��!$IOf|  yy&<RADIO._  STEREO - B a W and COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.V.  Dealers for  ZENITH - PHILIPS - RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phono 886-22G0  *   .     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The simple directions for'maklno such sandwiches orp g\vcn hero and In deference  ll      IM^  ���     ��" �� rCClP�� i0T �� d��iniy opcn'"foco ,oa wndwlcb uslnjj honey is  HONEY BUTTIR OPEN-FACE SANDWICH  Cream butter or morflorlno well ond beat in double ihe amount pf creamy honcv  Keep In refrioeratoi* Until ready to use. Sprcdd thickly on slices of white or brown bread.  HONIY AND PEANUT BUrrift OPIN-f ACS SANDWICH  ComUm peanut butter wilh double Ihe amount of creamed honey Kc*f. in  ��W0��ot��untH^  pieces of banana may ba folded into mixture bofore spreading, ���'������,.'  CREAM CHEESE AND HONEY OPEN-FACE SANDWICH  I .-ounce package cream cheese  2 tablespoons honey  1 tablespoon orated oranQe rind   ' , ,    .*���  Cream together cream cheese ond honey. Add orange rlixf. Cut bread into fancy  shapes. Spread with butter, then witft cream cheese mixture. Garnish with grated oronae  rind.  BEMMER BROS.  ;;  Fur__isB-Ss-gG aintr-  App-i_a__c��s  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phono 885-2058   -   Scchclt, B.C.  Peninsula Plimbini  ,y;.''.'I'.'.i. I_fdl.,; ,���''''  f}fl___ATr_MG & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sharwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  />  III__1B_*3S  Whore  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  C]o5eyy',  ..'Fashion. Shoppe.  Gibsons, B.C. - -Wi..88S-9941  MS WW MS  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete  wilh oil  burner,  ducts  work and oil tank In your home.  Call  Bud   Kiewitz  your Shell  Oil  Distributor.  "885-2133 Gibsons, B.C.  .*  ���*��� #w *h-*i��F�� j*f��M^h4\*ff ^.^tti^ii-^iiis-* ** *�� '  P      **      f H l��t���   *    ***l    "*--,    *  '     jft,.*���*"���, *f��-V  **..',  ####*,  ?#��-���*���_���_��  ,   I  tlm  *  #  *   ���  > 4 * I  ���V".-*% *�����<"V-"- * **__*��� A*\ ���%*��������� \\'  y*^**y*1h^tm^*M**��m*+*��< ** *"-**, *V**w^^fc^yvMM *^^**.  'ii  ^*'*����^��f5^ ^J-* f^y*3 i>'  ����� j1-*-> > ���<' >i A        j> i, -pc.K ��� jw ���<-.��-���..f --^c.- -    if" vac<~j*, j*  ��-;*Y   *, J" ''''fF &&<,"( ��,  'c'V, ���*)/.����l<,i��>'v/' laJ) '��*>  VM*�� *��i *f  V*'>* *�����   '*'F*k   ��*/tw V**..    fs       f     u     'Uw  *W_f* #- vCnVV )��WWJffi  T^fpfnWo -j-ftrithr,   ' CP^e $5  tor jentmief 'mm ha'_yb&�� looking:' bala^cey-tfiiUt ^ rnuseies' eveniuallV -     P&* a*"��1of CaharJidnChamber o;f Corn-  1 ^2S��vT^^^t^#?*^ ;W 3P%t_tayA% thk^sn'tshow fc&hZ*' ^^ogmlier.cmms hjr the, local fttbp.  earhest false-teeth tfe^.r&-ie by\��a_4i**_g yean aji&M person wearing the teeth   ^ J8**?* *<>* highway from Lahgdale  !*the��n.ir6'o^^efrOmifory/,Thg$ecrenr is Unaware of the faults. < < -    '           ' *> ktifld should b_vbrbugnt up ,to stan-  tures.were very, loose and ci'MhU ap*- y0W"4eetU Wworn af_d worfr _W **_' "dar*$ ^ a &&ge he constructed across  and shuttle" fejnry service to  Ythe Port  t      representative  ;Cm>acfi��w}^ teld'k^eiee-  ***"** "^i*? fecoinmendation v^l rein-  , tfrfaefa., Mr' Tibb&ti h\d  ^r..rft^,��^^\ ha'd also? embarked on an  Mvmpn 'program t and r pamphlets' oh  '   ]\eeonoMc^ and pol_tl<.atFs'scJer.fee<?w|Uf,be  1 ��   ^d|stnbitted to high ^nnol^dkrts,;     '  - .    ���   The,B.C, Chathber wltf be developing  a r_feronjjeJibrai�� for* the service df mem-  n_M*i_   trfk 4Ut*i& .n_iA' A*A-A _;����_��__*.��__ wi-CV^    ^^__   _._<��_,  French tferii__&7_&feoyerect a. way of ma%-  fg rubber K^M^nough. *��, be* ��_ed 'for  dentures, 'this biowr> mbher feeclura. v&-  tuallythe sole, denture materiarusSd ^or  a 100 years,   ' -       .  There must h^vebeen -400 Brownies;  Guides^atid leaders enjoying the vaist  expanse of be&ch at.Camp Olave over   nvcu. xw _r*Mi����c��- w. Bca^wtg _.��* --  the -weekend.-��Joining -them were * marine life pr p_nldl__ig m" the"fw*3^t ?���  Bipwmes $M I_eaders*#f(2nd OihsOns > pools, - \v*' "r;,% - f ,v y;- :l;yr   ;;  Packbu^y woridn'r* at a-handicraft '     "*"   -'        J   ' ^ "��   ���"   '" ��� **    "  these Jia^.b^enrpEfcIt---- ih wetmvet anld *i^e*? % rteb'eKan /tsseraoiy sessions a***h��__^_____' VCyST j^'^I^'^xT.'0'' .rai"  sent 'by"ihi-fafet^po_iibS7AS^_l May-lath 4^ f*^... ,- ~ il, ^ .^. _. --&8K94&.*?. ^.>^RW^nt^,(they  LondoT        ;     ^ P��^le means  to t^ ^ ,^^^0* * M^  ^e^��^^f^^to^;^ J&^i^.^^^?^ *ES3St?^?^SiTtf  ^i��� -_  qibbsand^ispss c^roljodn^r. Both, from   Viewing c��rren-.-s?hool pttyg&nSriis  ^^.m.Wwo#!&Xy<.   Y . :   .   Y  r  tr  Ff *���  _. . ^  ���\*  i  .  -<r*.  %  S'\  '���/  V,  ������ f  C   .��  ^v_f-  f:-  ���^  ?  / '_*. '   ���  '* V  - _*  ^,  Y-  ��    '-     *>  ��� i .c.'  ���I'  ���"-/  I-  C7 T ..^BW*y- "?r ^r* ana mTS- we�� iU3n^ had daughter  ^2 ^^ j^.^ Heathei-^nd her; h__3vband-Alan _Kl_ShaU  jut mouth ^-w,^ with tbem^or, the^^fiday^weekend. ��� -  ^��w  rt*_=uv-jam.ii- w-prcacni, *wjt.-tMKJrwseH-     ���"* p**iM*-wuwiiiu, \ns issin ean DO Shaded iri town an**. ��ri*_  .nf��X.  -W* *',__.   rt^Jl  brief on^theTr behalf- *_*bi*. will realize , and hitve fillings put in them W&ma for tbe SI? Jp^   V^' Bedman  upon reading the brief that' it was our   Jesuit tMi^inguisrr-ablefrom nature at its        m�� rnwh^n^'u^j ___���' -^ ij.x-  it^rstandufi 4at this inquiry was eat-   best* - '     , '      * : VitS wh?^Si���^ ^^. ^ *!?  led to,'Hear evidence for and against       Som__ -d^ip fl.^ ^ ',���w^,. L._ F^^.^6^?1^^* a &����� d>y^ with  the proposed scheme tor discharge of  "jswage at Gosp^lRock,  ***.#& r_ke to We;the?r own    Kotht^rKC^  .S.we_?i^.^il?.^vf5 ^^ to i��   rars* are gettjpg^ out, their. retries; pre-  �����_!_�������_/_r   -4-Vvwp   4*U_^f_u   i.-_-lJ-^-._i    ���*���_._._    _P ������" _#  ��5w��ts at uw-^ -nwiv, "^y . r*^-.***^����  ***��> saves naving qo pe    larv are e&tiirHrAu* **__*��!*�� ^��>Mfn��. _w��a  �� This^al noi the^ case however, the   Srf^^r^J^1- ^^ ^^  &7iofin%&^hm^; fut  Why did noMs had been stated >   S^e t^&P&SL* ^er'    n *** \3&$^��&%i *"*?  it&,adveriisernents-7-receiye any ww-nce *t,- U/^     -,.,;-���- ��� ~*>r -,���������,  ����der oath. The chairman stated several *1b��r^r*J*g��aft?fijJ* stja^  ttoes that his purpose was not 1o cohsid- 2PS _f^S_ f SL^^^ Ie:  er the Gibsons-project at all."        <   /. n^d rJ^^nT^J^Tt^^  ���nn. 4.u%.~ ���   - ���   Fj*j  -   _. ^.    "   i' a ^��****TFa*MJ& -thw** increasing  * What the i^quinr did, in fact, was;to cost. In spite of this manr peo^e mux  bear ^assortment of fact and^ opiflwn that the extra expense' is omethy&  concerning-?uch matterg os sewage treat- advantages of "instant teeth^ '  ment systems in genera., tidal currents in       Wiib these 'advan_es you may wonder  the Strait bt Georgia, etc. All this mater- Vvhy sohie people have dfeiture problems  Tm. was int'&restinff. an.1 mJiv *w* fi^ltifnl The at_sw__**_ is; Ffh���� ��An4n&iii* &X-*.: .1  n is the date; lesion Hall the, place, U  --*. tol^Op-m. ,  - , '  \    .  Several ofyour *villageK,bave.gone to \  Wflrit fo mofce ��/otff liOmo  larger, more comforfoble, more  modern, - more beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you hove in mind,  you'll find helpful ideas end  information ot your one stop  supplies shop  #Hom $&&9669 \  SECHELT, B.O.   t   \  . *      _  ��� r",-  ���'  :  V  iJ-o  1.**  ���v  .-.*  JH'  ,V*.  f.r  -irjgent,p_*oblemi. isibe Gospel Bock area  to be' preserved from pollution by a sewage outfall?/', .  ... *. .     ,      ,��W H F *J  .^ ThpCha;rman of the Board said d_u>  ing tbe inquiry that the Gibsons* jtp"pli*-  ^ation js $pmewbat in' the nature" 6t ~a\  it /  *v��  I  Camp Olavc  Croiydedi with Brownies and Leaders  lastt weekend, the beach at Camp  Olave,  Roberts Creek,  looks more   ing.  like English Bay. In the foreground.  Many bus loads . . �����  ���ture, pa__ti_-_uarly4he lower, from moving  about Though this is usually corrected  by resurfacing,,a more recent method is'  to fit a metal plate to the -jaw, bone itseC'  This gives a firm anchorage ~to which a  denture can- be, acttachedr -Unr_oritanateiy;-  the;cosi of tbi-i mem6_t*puts it beyond the  *"** "' ^-^people. fl% costs*,between  ft ^oiri'bp-^d w0i thO usual  m^^'^^d^^^t^^UnT^!"^ ^ WW-WW lor .ordinary .dentures.-;    .   Y*  S ��.J JlSfL **S?T?rr VH^ponte        Happily, mpsi people are ^mfortable  ^JSfif*1; 5f Jf' *%' a^ ^^rtU   with, wventit^l^^ SlgSy  jfru^gKng to p^wthe __men^;of, , y?ara> aiid opIy^ob^SmS*  this mdjor.sport-fishmg'-md recreational \  InV b^ youi- denti^., Spnie^m_S^S  arw^/��.   *t.     _*.'      '_>**��        _l*    ,^lecfe> do fh'is'beoause.the dentines  lL        . *." * e  9��wer   Pomt   Property    seem, fine., However, the mouth changes  Ownerp   Association would  very1 mUch    aM m_e*'lime and a dehtiire that-does not  appreciate it if you could arrarige to meet   "fit"'accurately" will rub (painlessly and  with us, at your convenience, io discuss   therefore unhotieeablyX until the moutb!  this matter in detail. We.are prepared to    becomes near impossible to fit or growth^  provide amefeting* hall for any date in    caused by the friction, aie so large they  the near future which is Suitable to you.    ne,3{i to be removed by surgery before1  '      '    -'     * new dentures can be made.     * > *  '������*- -  ��� ,        ��� '    A,,uL. * *    Whether, you are haying' dentures for  are Browhie* d*'thejlst SecfteltPack    VYjJ fa��thf��^emptoyee. after t^nty.-five    the first time or places remade they must  who spent their firsf weekend <��_im*   S3 ZtJSuTiT he   ^ ho%s and   S600^ p?xlo�� Z���*P^r' "<*&���� with  inff ���,.,-,.    M,    r* ,^^.���*^��?r^ra^y    .   .    y    �������        H without harmmg it.  Your dentist has  s' ��� , ���Q"*   began the head man, ^business    more than the meije mechanical skill rc~]  *  Free Estimates ,  \i        MaterlaW at Vancouver Prices  WI? PAY THf mElQlIT   y        >    ,  MiWofk��*^  j. ��  \ ���*>  ".*  I,  \  *-.*��.  Brownies, Ceides &'.LeddiefS '  visit Gamp OtaVe-c&i 'ii.cSSie~  LAST weekend at Camp Olave, Roberts    with her first camp were, Pack''.Holiday  n���,.  *> ������_.  /-��..*.!._- ~Ja t ^^^^    Advisor, Margaret. Woodhead ttotti.Jcx-  Creek, Brownies, Guides and Leader..  arrived by the bus load to enjoy a day  by the sea or camp for the weekend,  From the Renfrew Division, Vancouver four buses arrived joining those from  the North Shore, Squamish' and two local  packs, GibsOhs 2nd 'there for the day and  Secheit 1st Prick spending a weekend at  rjamp. Y  Brownies, were everywhere, gome  with pic-plates busy making moss garden**, swarming over the pea-shore Rooking for sheila, and drifiwood; one. Guide  Was on the rpof of a Brownie Cottage installing a cute little sprite; leaders were  making (spot-checks to ensure no-one  #8.. lost and even the camp squirrels  were enjoying themselves* as they found  tid-blta to toko home to the family.  f-ECHIXT PACK  Enjoying their first weekend at Camp,  Brownies of the 1st Secheit Pack arrived  on Friday night and Mayed through until  Sunday morning in a brightly curtained  Ranger Cottage,  l ;   Helping Brown Owl Donplda Sigouirj  ada; Brown Ow| of Gibsons Pack' l__e>nor  ..yrhi.te; Faijry Godrnother of the, Wil^bri  CreekYPock  Dlanne  Benner 'and  Mm'..  Norma Elder,. ��� . .    /    ���  Weekend, eobkihg chores were performed by mother*., Sylvia Jackson'; Pal  Nestman; Mflry Flay who is ahso Fajry  Godmother of tbe Secheit Pack;. Itigrid  Underbill and District' Commissioner- ot  tho Renfrew Group Kathy Thopip&oh. *  Brownies were Debbie arid tsoirainc  Nestman; Barbara ttnd Beverly Jackson*/  Susan Biious; Donna Whyte; Janet Clayton; Dorothy Rice; Meredith". Porter;  Elaine Mactavish; Kathy Oilct and  Christina Underbill. ���' ���  Besides making many handicraft'  novelties, Brownies main project wfcs'p'  model of Camp Olave, On Saturday they  held a beach party to celebrate Chritit-  Ina'i. birthday and in the evtmlne cnter-  taincfl visitors at a camp fire after the .  traditional ceremony of setting adrift -on"  tha tide, little candlelit barges made of  driftwood. ...  ^MM^^Mispfyiff^  jSffg_S#^^  h ���<>( rt (    >M  T&3BBBB  sm^^xm^amsm^Ms^^mm^^s^^^^^mm  SATUIfl_��AY 'DH-tiYEftlES  GRAVEL *'��� EXCAVATING  DITCHING' *''"BACKHOES"  Son 172  mmsmissmmmmimmmmmmmmmf  S@���ff@ft  DAILY MWMtfc SEHVieE  MOlMDAt tO *f-_0AV IFFIXTIVE/vi^Y 20th, 1^9  LeayC-i      ' ''  * Pentier Hbr. ,_���_.���.___.-___.  _.ecrreli. - :_ ������ ^���r.* ��� '���������-'������������"  Vpncbtuver ' ',.���...j, .���.._..._..  Sechelf * ,.y.;���;y.������._..._l..:..  Hd. of Jervis Inlet ������.  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EARL COVE  7:15 a.m.  9:15  11:15  1(15 p.m.  4:30  6:30  C;30  10:30  U, SALTERY BAY  6:13 a,m,  8:15  10:15  .        , 12-15 pM,  DAILY 3:30  !      ," S'JQ  '   '   7r30  9:30  AHI�� ?M PINDIR *t*|UlliN---l>Af-.Y EJ.CCM*  .TUISDAYS dm #EfiHKBAYS   Lv. EARL COVE  10,00 o.m.  12:03 ��ao.��  2:00 p.m.  4:00  Lv. SALTERY BAY  11:00 a.m.  tsOO p.m.' '  3:60  5:00  t     fortufersnullm **&#**��*,,. .... .,,���,,  thnmim i��y M1 -7411    ��� _ te��e&l# f 64-2172  S��{r__ry B@g 497**#I3S'    ,  I  ��- ��*��'jUif_i dft   i^u^Mj*"? ,  ^1^^^^,*^*,*^A^^^^^f#1^^^^^,^,A-^^ #vA-��* *_**!** <*>,**,*>* jh &g�� -y*^#%-��t^^^��-^^*f ^.A^ a^^AA Ar%^ ,��^*.^**-ft,^ ^  ^^j^^f^'^l^^^,^^,^  *rf'n^>.'*^#^^^-*rfftfci*wAi��BKl��HM*��**^��i*%^M^ jj .< i  1     '*4^*^^Ai^y^^-^^  . ^ . ^ , . i I ^        1  T/ie ��ver Changing Scene  PaQo A-6 u " ;w,TRe Peninsula Times  "  Wednesday, June ,4, ,1 _. 69 -J.  Bain held off and high, temperatures  prevailed for official opening of the  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club  last Sunday   Picture shows a section  -    v- -   Golfers Gather _-i  of the large tzrowd of golf enthusiasts clear -the potential of the new course/  who turned out for the occasion. Club house in background has yet to  Some hundreds present indicated the be completed but proved a busy spot  interest in this popular sport, making during the event  J  -*A  ".  * i  -*v  i.  -    .*-  *��    .  ��� vl-    A.  * _.-*f  I ����  *.  J *  . V*  *���**  t  *  -k  ��� ���*  ���* .i  ��*,._   .   .  * *.  ��     **  * * j        <_  -J  .**-..  _  .'���_  1*   .   **  t  -c-,r-�����.  -t  ?-    *  , 1  V  r  _*  v *-��� *_  J"  *  .    i    '  1*  .* *-     ..  r  .  *  -ft  1  ���V  *  >y*.  <���**,  _  1  ,    ���*  >���                  ��.  ,v-  -       t  1  y*vi*  *���_  -  r,,T~y  I'll*. ^ '  *���>  I*  fr1".  Mi.'h* -  -**���<���  ,1  I-  *__       v  V  "���H.  _.*��  /-*  V ���  First Tee-off  ^u^^^^^^^l^frnooh Bay Happenings  l-is't Sunday, June l; with a-rihbon eut- '-  tt&g cer^mop-y;-^ *.~v~- ��� ���*��� ,-    v-  Morrison, ;oiier tji_.' the originatorfr" Oiv s Y ; Y: r.-'..: :-Yy. .* '-'.* * *'���'", - ��� a * *  the. pivject. -.Honor oi/mt'i&kfii 'J*^*'!***'-^ '** H^0011 ^  went to first Chib Presidenl- B^V'8**** lart.Saturday-was a tremendous  ^ninZgiff Koherfi Creefc MiV 'suc^'as f^^ Ihe chthiren were con-  Xy^!^.5o s_T��w��,��j �������!_��� ��,^ik__��-- eemed. From the tiniest tots happy with  Giunnrngs-as obse^ luek at'the  ^^���i^^ J"01^'' _^ * Mshpond to,tHe bigger-children playing  architect Earme, Brown, -seated at baseball,* they; air seemed to have a good  right. y     '     ' .*'.*" time. However/it must be a great disap-  ! pointment^o the,Ifalfmoon.;Bay Recrea-  tin Comirois-on'that they do not get more  '    support: from the adults in this( excellent  ' ws-rk'they arc doing for the children and  young people 'of the Bay. *  GOLDEN WEDDING  Pete and Tony Tschaikowdky were in  Vancouver last weekend to attend the  Golden Wedding Anniversary celebrations of Tony's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Alexander Tschaikowsky of Kelowna on  June 1. There was open house at -he  home of 'Tony's sister, Mrs. H. L. Coleman in the afternoon, followed by a dinner at the Coach House Motor Inn.  Volunteer firemen  study new methods  GIBSONS Volunteer Fire Department recently bought portable foam equipment for fighting petroleum fires and recently six firemen spent the day at Vancouver International Airport studying  methods of using the new gear,  Instructors were members of _Xp��_rt-  ment of Transport Fire Division, responsible for fighting all airport fires.   After  an.hour's blackboard instruction spent on .  chetwal^spec^ of foam, f^ is   a  ^!?;��.5S!ftS -whose:" landscape  ~"*"     " ~    '"   -"���***     - ipcal    paintings' iwere, exhibited ml the Secheit  Art Gallefy in March. He is how working  for a one-man show at the Vancouver  '���'Art''Gallery.;,'; , : ���;;��� '.'' ���  road Work  The stretch ;of wnpaved road between  ; the McCaul property and Nor'West Bay  Whch,has,been a headache to local drivers often of recent months, is now in  .prlpccsS of'further construction and no-  pne .'would be recommended to pass over  it if. they can find' another, way around.  However,* there are rumours that this is  all in preparation for blacktoppjng and  foam equipment which will equip  firemen to tackle all types of',petroleinti  fines including those on boats and at bulk  petroleum plants. '���. ';:".'���vy-YY'.:  Besides a demonstration of tlve crashi  trucks which opply foam" at the airport,  firemen tried out the amphibious^Uip-  ment used for rescue work on thie marshes  of the Fraser River.   ' . ,���     ���" ;Y''���'������������  Spending the full day in training' were  Fire Chief Bill Scott, Bernic; MulUgan.1  Dap Dawe, Cliff Mahlman, Brian Knowlea  and Dick Ranniger,  Increasing number, of boats ip the Gibsons harbok* makes this sjpecialized knoiyl*.  edge essential for effective fife controLr  **",''' 'r_- J'~S*s' '~rtyl. Maiy.TinWey -  therefore'to be suffered \n the .cause'ot'  progress.  ' '       -      .   .  COUNTRY FAIR  The Welcome Beach Community  Association is planning a Country Fair on  July 26th. In-St'Mary's Hospital undergoing surgery is Mrs. Mary Kingston,  while Grandmother Queenie Burrows assisted by Mrs. B. McCaul hold the fort at  the Kingston home.    ,  Back in Redrooffs after spending the  winter at Calgary are Mrs. Jean McNeil  and her daughter, Miss Florence McNeil.  IN BRIEF  This is the time of year when, many  former residents of1 the area make nostalgic returns to the Bay to visit old  friends. Recent visitors have been Mr.  and Mrs. Joe Adams, former residents of  Middle Point who have now built themselves a retirement home at White Rock.  At Seacrcst, as guests of the Guy  'Clears have been Mr. BUI Gunn and his  wife Shirley. !  ;: Guests of Mrs. Frank Lyons recently  Were Mr. and Mrs. Artton Bulder of Vancouver. Mrs. jEhilder is the former Dons  Stewart. She and her late husband ������ Jdck  Stewart were, one-timp owners of the  Ron Bendy cot! age.      -  ���THE PEACE?YSure, ask me, I know all  ..' -about her,'r said the neat retired farmer- in the hotel,lobby at Cbetwynd, his  " face burned to,-leather by the hot summer  suits;, of 57 years in .'the agricultural bloc  of British'Columbia.  yY'So,"  we asked,   "What  about  this  Peace River Country?"       . '     "  <- "You, could ask Alexander 'Mackenzie  and his'oanoemen when they came this  . way more,than 170 years ago, but you  -won't   find  them, 'around.   They  Went  '"through and crossed to the Pacific���just  missed Captain Vancouver's' survey ships,  in 1792.  And then'there were the Bay  men, built fort�� all through here, back at  the start of the 19th century. Planted gardens, cabbages big as soccer balls, and'  they, cleaned up every fall in> the fur-  trade. Things went along slow and easy  until 1898, when they found gold in the  .Yukon creeks; north and west of here,  a long way, and some of them looked at a  , map, found Edmonton and said,  'We'll  head up this way', and "they did.  , '.Well, nothing teaches a fellow any-  . thing' like experience; and they got more -  .than any ten men could use.  Sure, they  oame through here, those that had -the guts  to stick it, and some made it to the Klon-  , dike but they got there too late and there  , was nothing left. They either packed it  up ond went home via Vancouver, or they  worked for wages. Most of the gold taken  out of. that country wound up in the  travelling bags of 4he merchants, gamblers  and the dance haU girls.  It's always the  way.        *   -  * "Then this part of the world drifted  along for a few more "years. A few roads  went in here and there, and settlers���a  lot of Englishmen���came in and took up  homesteading. -That's where I_ came in.  Then <the war, the *14 war, and we all  headed south and joined  "Then back we came in 1919, those  who were left, and the boom started. I  tell you, she boomed Free land for soldier-settlers, and .high prices, in towns.  New towns everywhere, and big plans,  and bigger promoters. I tell you, this  country in the early days was either  climbing a hill in high gear or skidding  down the other side.  "The Depression A bad time. Crops  were good, but prices low. Too far from  markets, and high freight rates. But they  came in, whole families, from the south,  the drought areas, driving wagons, with  wives and kids, cows trailing behind; or  chugging up in old cars. You see, with  hard work, there was always a living to  ' be made. This soil is good and black and  - deep, ahd there's about 16 inches pf rain  at the right time of year. It was good  then, and it's good now.   Why, Dawson  - Creek sends out' three million bushels a  ' year���more than any place in Canada���  and it's all high quality protein stuff.  "Then the "war. The last war, and the  Highway. This country exploded like a  kernel of popping corn. Americans, Canadians everywhere. Fort St. John went  from nothing to something in no time at  -alL Money no object, none at alL Just,  build that Alaska Highway, and they did,  and it did an awful,lot for, this country.  ...A 'mighty- achievement,- bUV" there; are  r thousands of American lacLs who thought  of -this; country only as dust, and heat,  * and cold, colder than they believed possible,, but they built that road, and it  worked. They left here vowing never to  set foot in this* country again, but I see  them every day in summer. They come  up the Hart Highway from Prince George,  and ihey stop in here and they're telling  the kids about how they'll be seeing the  Alaska Highway in a few hours and  rtheyfre proud to say it. And I pipe up  my two cents" worth, and tell them we're  proud too of what they done.  "So after all that excitement, things  simmered down quite a bit More settlers  came in. Towns got bigger. We needed  roads more than anything, and they came  in Now we've got the Hart���a fine road  ���by Barry Broadfoot  ���and- the Pacific' Great Eastern Railway  up from Vancouver.  ,   "And the Bennett Dam, 1 up there at  Portage Mountain on ihe Peace River. I'm ��� mT m-   ,���_. ��������� u;���ju*iu;t fl���j ��� #���,���  not'going to tell'y6u about it, because -iL8!^ ^WrSffi'Si^  you've got to see it.  There's a road in    moreythis year...Good hotel?, plenty.;of  in, back to-the mountains. Beautiful coim- .  try; but rugged. Tough. You'll, need a"  "guide; but there's plenty.. Just be.carefui.,  "Accommodation?, You mean^i* where |  ,to sleep? Why, shoot, /we handled more'  than 400,00*3 last year up "in this country,  from right here inychetwynd, up by-  Moberly Lake, and then.you can go out  along the river to the A,laska Highway  and turn south again. But the dam. Took  years to build. Six hundred feet high, "yes,  600 feet A mile and a quarter long, and  half a~ mile thick at the base. You' talk  about the big pyramid of Egypt. That's a  ttiddlywink compared to that dam. And it  has a lake 225 miles long, more than 600  square miles. Some puddle, eh?  "What else-is there to see? ' Well, go  and get yourself photographed at the Mile  '0* signpost in'Dawson Creek. Everybody  else does. About 400,000 tourists passed  through that town last year, and I bet  half had their pictures taken.    -  "You do any fishing? Well, there's half  a hundred and add ten more rivers and  creeks to that where you can catch trout  and grayling, Fine, pan fish, and cook  'em in butter. There's also Arctic white  fish, and Dollies and rainbows and big  lakers.  "Come back in the fall and you'll probably get yours���elk, a moose in' the bush  off the road Although Fve seen plenty  right on the main highway here. Plenty  of deer. Partridge, grousey lots. They're  fat in the fall," and so' are the ducks, the  northern ones, taking on a last feed in  the barley stubble before heading south  on the Aiberta Flyway. .  . "If you're the hardier type���the caribou and goat and Dall sheep type���then  this is the country.  But it's a long way  motels, lots of * government camp-sites,  All good ones. And if you want good food;  this is the place, this country. Why, we  grow'it all around here,-except maybe-for  sugar and a few things like that Some  poet once said the Peace is a land of  plenty. Well, we've got plenty, and more.  "Go west from this country and you  hit 'British Columbia. East and south is  Alberta and Canada and the United States.  ���North up the"Highway is Alaska. Why,,I  guess you could almost say that the  Peace River Country is the cross-roads of  North America."  ��e sure to  drown all fires  ten's foyghie Sacks  Sizes 10-13. Reg. price $1.50 pr.   SPECIAL, pr.  WIDE SELECTION OF  rS  Up to $5.00 value.  .SPECIAL  ��8 ?iwk Stereo Tcspes  All your favorite selections. ���   .FOR ONLY  US  eroras, ^esortis, i  A -big selection of L.P. Records  V'.l'    "   J_,lU..     -I*.  -FOR THE YOUNGSTERS���We have now jn stock; one of the Biggest  Selection of Toys ever. All. Hot Wheel supplies, AIJ Mattel I Toys, Goop  etc,, . . Match Box Toys. Beach Toys ond G>biIs. The biggest selection of Toys on the Sunshine Coast, if it's not on* sale, ask if it's in  the Stock Room.  Don't.  Forget  June &5  0  During their moon landing this sum- j  mer, the astronauts will have to learn to \  manipulate their bodies iin a drastically '  different environment, reports Reader's <  Digest. The moon's gravity is only oik* ,  sixth that of the earth, and a 180-pound  astronaut, therefore, will weigh only 30  pounds on tlic moon.  Doctor bf Optometry  204 Vancouver .Block'.;;"  Vancouver,, B.C. .   ',  Will bo in Secheit   ;  on-slssy, Jtitte 1  For. on appointment for ���  eye e-aomlnofIon phono   ����S��2S_fS* *���'  rSICOIIFFIIfl  '      OPEN MOUSE  THUHPAY, JUNE .'5th  ..... j ; .. . ...     ...... ...        ^  Come in and got acquainted  REFRESHMENTS  in the Bal Block next to the Co-op Store  GIBSONS  006-2322  **m<mmmm#<-wmpim  WALT iw-sura  SALES LT_5-  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 886-9303  Quality House and Marino  Paint.  dihsons Hardware  Dcaler for  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Bamqclo Bills. 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Kitchen and bathroom walls  should be Washed with household cleansers to remove caked on dirt and  grease; Coyer all floors and furniture with drop cloths before painting���a  few splatters are Inevitable. Now you oro ready to opply the undercoating  or primer. .     ��  If you use o raised platform, be tune it's rigged from two strong ladders  and a wide plank. Otherwise.you may enjoy your new room from thp confines  of a recovery bed. Allow the plonk to extend at least a foot beyond the step  Of the lodder on which Jt rests. For safety, make sure tho fodders oro-fully  opened ond locked In position.  By dipping* the bristles of your brush no more than one-third of their  length, you c0r> minimize clean-up problems, Save yourself extra work by  wiping with a damp cloth before those splatters dry.  Start with the ceiling and work across tho width of tho room, so you  can begin tho second lap before the iflrst has dried, And remember���don't  try to move; your ladder wilh the paint or tools aboard.  Now begin on tho walls and watch your room take shape. Start at the  upper left hand comer ond work down toward tho floor. Follow this order  whether you are using a brush or o roller,  Finolly. tockW the woodwork. A round one-inch brush is handy for,tho  window sosh; a two-Inch brush makes palming the trim a simple affair.  Wheri you paint panelled doors, it's a good Idea to coat tho panels first then  the center roll. The top and bottom rails coma next, then the vertical stiles  and tho edges last,  i  __.. G. DOUGLAS  Variety k Painff.  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They believe that there is no problem about money which can't be overcome by running the printing 'press at  the bank note shop a trifle faster.   *  The New Democratic Party has an  equally clear and untroubled vision of a  future of wealth abounding, and,their  members sometimes chide other MPs who  dwell on such dreary subjects as balanced  budgets.  Among the Liberal and Conservative  parties there are also some who believe  that this country can run forever on unbalanced, budgets, provided everybody  plays the game by preteiiding that our  debts don't really exist.  There are some who cannot subscribe  to the Money Tree Theory, I would not  need a very long stick to touch one. Another is a gentleman better known���Prime  Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau.  During the last election campaign, Mr.  Trudeau mentioned frequently that the  nation can'* go on indefinitely spending  more wealth than* it is creating. Many  paid little attention. They thought his  mind was on girls.  Now the subject has risen again in  parliament.  It might be well for us to consider the  words spoken in recent days. They are  unpleasant. <Tbey do little to justify the  second, mortgage you have just taken out  in order to buy a houseboat. They have  nothing to do with the Just Society,  They are jufet hard, economic truths -  which happen /to exist in this world together with hard winters, toothaches and  cholera.  The current exchange began last  Thursday during question period in the  Commons.' Mr. Douglas of the NDP asked  the prime tninister what the government  planned to do to stop the-spiralling cost  of living, which had just climbed from  X23.4 to 124.6.  The prime minister bad obviously been  waiting for such a question. His answer  was cool, unemotional, even icy in its  clear, cold words. They were these: r  "Mr. Speaker, I am glad to have the  opportunity to indicate a series of steps  which will have to be taken and we hope  we will have <the support of this House,  because the matter raised by the Leader  of the New Democratic Party is a very  serious one.  "THERE WILL BE NEED FOB THE  GOVERNMENT TO INTRODUCE SOME  VERY SEVERE EXPENDITURE CUTS  WHICH WILL HURT DIFFERENT  VESTED INTERESTS IN THIS COUNTRY. (Capital letters are mine, for emphasis.)  "We hope we will have the support of  the Opposition parties on that."  Next day the question rose again. Marcel Lambert, Conservative Member for  Edmonton West, wanted to know who  .were thewvested interests oi whom the  Prime Minister* spoke. fThe ^ahswer was^  -_p;the samescobl �������&$_. Yo -*" ?,."..V~*~ ��� -7"  '���"Perhaps vested interests can define  themselves. But I am prepared -to indicate that one vested interest I had in mind  was the Opposition parties who are con- *  stantly asking for greater expenditures in  every area."  -In the same exchange the Prime Minister said: "It is a matter of cutting into  expenditures and programs < which are  now in existence and which will have to  be' curtailed.  "I have alluded to them at other times  in discussing with the House the need to  discuss with the Provinces for instance,  the necessity to curtail spending in  shared-cost programs and so on.  "There will be a definite program of  expenditure cuts . . ." .  Unless I am mistaken, the message is  clear.  '���',''���  The bloom is off the Government  Money Tree, even though the petals have  not yet begun to fall.  In case of boat accident  be properly prepared  EVEN THE simplest small boat requires  some skill,'in handling. No person  ���should go out alone in a canoe, rowboat,  or sailing craft unless he is a good swimmer and really knows how to handle the  ctatl, Balance the load properly and be  especially careful not to overload.  Department of Transport - approved  llfcjackcts or lifesaving cushions in serviceable condition are mandatory on sail*-  ing craft for each person on board and  are recommended on rowboats ond canoes.,  Non-swimmers and children should wear  lifejackcts at all times when in boats.  If a storrn arises, point the bow Into  the wind. This may prevent ciiptlrJng. ,,.,,  Reduce the amount of canvass, on sall-  ,  ing craft at once if a strong wind arise*-*.  If the boat should turn over, keep  calm and stay with It. Cling lightly to tho  boat and let the water support most of  the body weight.  r^".  Yf*.  Section B  Wednesday, June 4, J 969  Pases 1-4  i  * t  ��<  Pender-Secheit  -.  -*V  J*  ,*.  tY-  ���2* _i  r  i *  ***.*-  ,*.  j-  w  ?'v-  (j  Chambers ol Commerce host  representatiYes of tourism  ..  i  *. v  **_  m  ->  r-  COMPLETE  ELECTRIC SERVICE  HEW HOUSE  WIRING  HEWIHIf-IC.  C0MMf��it���IM. Ar.ED  MDUSTIIiAL    ���  ELECTCliC EiEZATir-G  ___.__C1.___C LIP.  Box 74S  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phono SS6-S68S "  *.  *'r  tLX*  1  '1  j  %.  J  *      J  (\  ���-J**'  _     ��..,_*_-___-  *��  /  ���1  fc  t   J.'  *M  T*  * 4  '  r  .     1  1  *.- ;  1  ���4  .  1  i  f  ;  ��  t  I  J  t  i  V  _  i  1   '  .  V  *  *.  *i  _-___._-...,...-���-���_���,.  >    Hospital Tour  Visitors to the Sunshine Coast last * of Commerce of Secheit and Pender  Saturday" were these four attractive and District. First part of their visit  staff members of the Greater Van- was a tour of St." Mary's' Hospital,  couver Visitors and Convention' BUr From left: Anna CampbeH, Secheit  re&u who were hosted by Chambers '.'."���  Pres. Erich Hensch, Eileen Howie,  Lael Appleton, Hospital' Administrator Tony Wagemakers and Joan  Hooley.  > it '  *'   l__ A'  .^w��mjij^ii^KAiid**S.i*~��iii; _.:  Work attitudes in teens;   I  unwillingness to finish job  EMPLOYERS often feel that the greatest  , defect in ��� most'youn^ people lies in  their attitude 'to work���i.e.; "Adolescents  don't know what work is." Refusal to accept responsibility, unwillingness to finish  a job, or to^'do it-right," at sacrifice of  time and effort,* is distressing to employers  and has led some firms to place less emphasis on abilities and interests in hiring  young people, and more weight oni thoir  attitude toward work. Thus, the child who  has been helped by his parents to accept  responsibility, generally is better prepared  for employment, says the federal health  *YB6atln0.Tour '  Haying.'alr^dyVjreen'iM-Licli of,-the  Sunshine Coast by road and air, the  foil-* emissaries* of-tourism, are, seen  about -to - take- off' on - a conducted  water tour, of, Ihe. Pender. Harbojur -  areia. -From left: Chamber President  Doug Turner, Erich Hensch,; Anna  ���ampbell; Joyce'Clay, JOan Hooley,  Lael Appleton, Eileen Howie and Lcn  Larson.  department publication "Adolescence,"  (This publication is available free of  charge from your provincial or federal  health department),  ;At, present Canada's forests 'ape '.growing ahoUt ..twice 'the' rvojiunet cut '-each  year., ' ; ��� :>^ -,  : -,-.'   '..',-'  SECHELT and Pender Harbour Chambers  of Commerce combined forces last Saturday, May 31, and hosted'fOur staff  members of the Greater Vancouver Visitors and^ Convention Bureau ,on a sight  seeing tour of the Peninsula,' (  The four, Eileen Howie, Lael Apple-  ton, Joan Hooley and Anna Campbell,  were met at the 9 a.m. Ferry, Langdaie,  by Secheit Chamber _ President Erich  ���Hench and Times Editor Doug Wheeler  who drove them to Secheit after a drive  around Gibsons. Greeted by Chamber  Tourism Chairman Canon Minto Swan,  the visitors were taken to St. Mary's Hospital* where they were given coffee prior  to* a conducted tour by Administrator Tony  Wagemakers.  . Next on the agenda was a flight, courtesy of Tyee Airways, to Madeira Park.  Pilot Fred Ritter added interest to the  flight by pointing out resorts such as The  Jolly Roger, Lord Jims, Ole's' Cove, Buby  Lake, etc. Places previously familiar to  the girls by name only. Another highlight was .a view of the famed Skookum-  chuck at rip-tide which from the, air appeared as a white, frothing, heaving mass.  Greeting their arrival at Madeira Park  were Chamber President Doug Turner,  members Markel Myers, Len Larson and  Harold Clay. Their hosts for lunch were  Harold and Joyce Clay of Madeira Marina.  Lunch was followed with an interesting boat tour of the numerous bays and  islands by Ron Deane of Garden Bay and  again the girls were able to see resorts  and beauty spots they hear and speak of  during their daily duties but" had never  seen.  Returning to Secheit by road, courtesy  of 'Markel Myers and Len Larson, the  party ended its day at the Peninsula  Drive-in* Dining Room where an -afternoon  ���tea was provided by owner John Petula,  * also a Chamber member,   -   <  Both Chamber Presidents thanked the  girls for their visit and -expressed the  view that it had indeed been a great  pleasure to share their company and to  show them at least a part of the Sunshine  Coast.  Expressing their ^appreciation and de- '  light at the opportunity to study the area  at close range, the visitors said they are  now able to speak with considerably more  authority on the district when discussing  queries' of tourists and visitors to the  Bureau. f  , Note of interest to local residents is a  release from the Bureau which states:  v Sunshine Coast residents can get discounts at Vancouver restaurants, hotels,  tourist^ attractions and stores ^thanks to  /th*_'>"'*Cr.i-eater Vancouver Visitors, and Con-  "C    vehtion'  Bureau's   Captain ..VancO&Vfijb*  "3 ��� 'rfiiK' "        *.."*''.      ��.'*���*���'-        ���;.-<'    '��-  "* " ' 'The Club,'which costs only two dollars  . to Yjoin, offers, *two-for-tfie-price;Of-one  privileges- at over eighty places. Latest  addition to the ofCpr is" B.C. Lions season  tickets. The ,-ten-game package which  regularly sells for $24 is offered to Captain Vancouver Club members only at  two for -this price which works out to  $1,20 per person per game!  - Club memberships are available at any  branch of the Bank of Montreal or directly-from the Visitors Bureau at 650 Bur-  rard Street, Vancouver.  Automobile Association  warns on qasoline cans  B,C._ AUTOMOBILE Association has issued a warning to motorists against  carrying gasoline in improper receptacles  and keeping them in a closed car or trunk  compartment,  " More and more motorists have .been  buying a gallon or two of gasoline for  use in such things as outboard motors  and lawnmowers, the auto club said.  In many cases, the gasoline is poured  into buckets, jars, bottles or uncapped  cans which permit dangerous fumes to  escape.  "This is particularly hazardous at this  time of year," said BCAA president G.  Conway Parrott, "when hot weather increases the risk of explosion or fire."  Mr. Parrott advised that gasoline be  carried in a metal container, properly  capped. Even then, it is wise to have a  window open, refrain from smoking and  not leave the car parked in the sun.  Forest  damage  may  be reduced  by  sterilizing female insects.  SECMUll 1MEA1ME  PRESENTS '  Shirley Madeline  and Richard" Attenborough  ir��  liis 0  ifSo HBos��@fn  Technicolor  Cartoon and Double*  ^i  Starts 8 p.m.  Out 10 p.m.  Friday, Saturday, Monday,  June 6,-7 and 9..  ���   -,*�� -i"-     ;**   ,   'v1  i*       i* ���**-'_->> _*-������  .   ��.**-, iJi**_.'��_t-��     >_*.rtiJLAif _��**-*��� ���  y     NEXT WEEK SEE  , *'WAMMfg$HHEM��"  enough  to do  anything  you'd want  4'x8U 1/4'  Tan Bark Hickory No. 2's Sheet  Skiing? It's big enough to tow an adult sWor. F/shlng? Thh  25 hp outboard will flot you there fast and troll smoothly  Ot slow speeds. Family Boating? It'll piano a light runabout  with tho whole family aboard. Tho Sportster 25 h tho  most powerful potfabfo outboard Evinrudo has over built.  It weighs only 81 lbs. *���' light enough for ono man to'lift  on or off a boat. But it has enough punch to perform in  Iho mid-30 mph range. Sea ua about tho now Sportster  25 now. It may bo just tho slza outboard you'vo been  looking foi* ��� '���'���������  .,-.���..���- ,  50 LB. BAG.  Reg. $4.98  c i  Keg. $6.89  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  OMC SERVICE CENTRE 883-2266  _ EVIUBUDE SALES & SERVICE  SLIGHTLY DAMAGED. A HEAL ilG SAVING.  .5)-  SUffSffif-IE COAST 'WStlWAY  i_J'v\L5L51J\__' lil^Ml^liSLi^  \ZJ  POT IMS)  O  GCG-2SQ3.  ^mmmmmmmmm^m  mtmmtfm  p^mi^miimm>m��0mmmmmm  mimmimimitmmmmmMitm  1  (^(*��^W'W*w*W*>���'iw^**^"'**,<^ "  ��*"*'.�����*������ *m i��^��. wm*_ �����^^mi�� wmI-b. 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"*-//.-* v/ ���*���.-*; f/V< v v *>    -f'*j-i>     v>.,,? -s*-v- ("?j.^y /;*'��� ?���"  ���A-V-.U��.,.,iF.^,^y>w^^.i^,��.��t.��.^^ F^*>i*a*ow^j^*j��^>^rfA^J^��iJW.l^_  ,i ' 1 i i      , . ^ , _ * ' ��  r.t  J^ge-B^.-   ., The Peninsula Times  Wednesday; June 4,1969  ������"���...  . , ,,, ..'"-:-*"-���!���  Aroung ��ibsons  MISS  SHIELEY Helmer. prior'.to, her  '' -*'marriage'to Mr. Harold Wray, was  \guest of honor at a delightfully arranged  miscellaneous shower when Miss Wendy  , Tracy and'Miss Elaine Moffatt were co-  hostesses, at<_he home of the former.  *-  AJargfe wedding bell and Seeorations.  * in pink and- white were very attractive.  A gmae was enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were,,served'.including a specially  trimmed shower cake. Present were Mrs,  Bea" Wray, Mrs. Edna Helmer, Mrs: Tracy  Miss Juanita Chamberlin, Linda Wil-  JiamV.Barbara Price/ Mrs. DahL Mary  Wiay, Chris'Wray, Mrs. Betty Wray, Mrs.  33. Glassford, Patsy Feeney, Fay Flock-  hart, Karen Stanley,* and Pam .Boyes.  Unable1 to attend but sending gifts were  Mrs. Beryl Williams and Mrs. Sue Har-  ,old. v  When Mrs,'Oliver and Mrs. Sue Harold   were- co*-hostesses thonoring . .Miss  * Shirley Helmer "at Mrs. Oliver's'home;  , beautiful corsages were giyen to Shirley  and-to" her mother, Mrs. Edna Helmer;  also to Mrs. Bea Wray. White wedding  beils were featured and the guest of  honor had a specially decorated chair.  'Games' were played, 'winners being  Mrs. Helen Schroers, Mrs. Marion Line-  ker, ��_nd Mrs.' Pat West. Delectable refreshments were enjoyed,' Attending  were Mrs. Helmer, Mrs. Wray, Mrs". Tena  Youdell,'. Mrs. "Carol Duff us, Mrs.'Sue  Harold, Mrs. Helen Schroers, <Mrs. Liz  Skogmo, Mrs. Marion Lineaker, Mrs., Pat  West, Mrs. Oliver, and Mrs. Lil Youdell.  PARElrVELL PARTY  'ii was'23 years ago that Mr. and Mrs.  Sam Fladager came*to "Gibsons.' As 'well  as being-a popular and successful business raani Mr. Fladager was active ini  local civic , affairs. Mrs. Fladager. has  been a faithful helper in different branches of Christian work, having taught  Sunday School for many years and  staunchly supported the Pentecostal  churches in various endeavors.' She was  honored at a farewell*party *onTTMonday  evening lastYveek at th home of Mrs. H.  Marshall when the Women's Missionary  Council o'f 'the Pentecostal Assembly  gathered to express their love, 'appreciation and good wishes.        '  Mr. and Mrs. Fladager have since  moved to the'Aldergrove area. The guest  of honor.was seated.in a chair* flanked  by large vases of mauve flowers. Gospel  songs were sung and recorded on tape-  The Fladagers were given a pair oi beautiful ornamental trees "his!' and "hers"  to'be planted at the gate of their new  home. Presentation of-a book was made  io^Macs. Fladager. Delicious rafre_____a__its  were enjoyed. A prettily decorated card  bore the inscription "Dear Edith we -will  miss you."' * <  Those present were Mrs. Donn Parfie,  Mrs. F.'J.'Wyngaert, Mrs. B/J- Whisken,  Mrs. E. Lawrence, Mrs. Wyngaert Sr.,  Mrs B. Bracket., Mrs.'D.'Stewart, Mrs.  K.' Schroers;. Mrs: H. Boyce,- Mrs. G.  Charman, Mrs..M^Coopejr..Mrs.,M. Cassin t+  Mis. J. E. Marshall, Mrs. N. Stewart, andY  Mrs, "E. Noixis. *"' * y* ,"Y  * - f * ,,      . .   <><  HERE ANP *raERE  Recent guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Thor  Christenson were Mrs. Margaret Groom  of Vancouver, and* Mrs. l-Cllicent Suvai-  la, Hahey;" also Mrs. "Irene Abbey of Co-  qui-lam, and Mrs. Mabel Webster of Han-  ey. Down' from Castlegar' were Mrs.  Christenson's nephew and his wife Mr.  and Mrs. Bill-Meriless. Mr. Meriless is on  the staff at Selkirk College.   '  ' '    " '  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyson from Vancouver visited the hatter's aunt and uncle  Mr. and Mrs. Thor Christenson. Mrs. Tyson is the former Sandra Dunniore. Mr.  and Mrs. Tyson will be leaving riekt  month, "on a trip to Europe. "  Calling in at the Christenson home on  Sunday for "Elva Katie" were Miss  Rosemary Green of Kent, England, and  Mi��s. Joyce Cox of Birmingham, exchange teachers with Vancouver School  Bojjilrd for a year, who were visiting Sun-  shirie Cpast along with Mr. and Mrs. H.  1 -fWi-f-W1 v<'*>1,*,*ftw f*"1*** '  .  <"*.  i  ���_F    r  "*-_/,      ^  f ��� . .1-  '*���  K  r- '  .  4   _ ��  ^V  "������J  -    -.  rA  +   _.  r>  *-*  If  ��  c  Harry Asfflll*, ���  r  -*,  H  /  pgHWP mmt wriea, career   ;���  MR. HARR.Y $.. Hiil, wtho passed awfiy on jRifles. .Serving Jn France under Captain  May 27,' was born 82 years' ago in George Peai'kes," be was wounded'in I9i8.  Portsmouth, England; the'sop. t��f an^arehi- Tor thyee years during the'secbpd world  tectifo the City of London. He emigrated war he was an Instructor at Vernon; Bella  to Canada al ^b age bf l�� and began.1 a "Bella and the "Aleutian Islands, and" was  crit-*r'-vwhi��*h was to be long, varied and* jCbVripahjf Sergeant"Iylajor at Jhe'Ozada  colorful. He .worked on farms Jand" ranch-, .,P.'6f W. Camp iri Alberta, *' '  ���\   ,Since >l%r, Hill settled in tbe Secheit  are'a 18 years ago, he had been an" untir-  ���ing worker'for his fellow men- For four  years''he waiS President  of Branch'96  |oAPO which wa's.forrned mainly through  'his' drive and enthusiasm aridlwhich rapidly developed from, a small meeting-in  'the SeJlma Park Hall to one of1 the largest  arid finest organlzatiohs on the Sunshine  .  . , 'Coast.' He was'-Welfare Officer ot Branch  volved, in clearing,100 bcres of Jand Whl.h   ,140 Canadian .Leiion "and a Dhrector of  >s at Calgary, Medicine flat and^elsbn^  wa��d ^hen-found his'Way riorth to seek' His  fortune in the Yukon,and A.a_$ka, working in salodns and trying his hand at gold  miningY ' y " -* y ^ ,''",<"  -, Arriving 'on^he west coast at the age  of 22, he was*'already a seasoned pioneer,  H^ wol'ked'Jas'a'teramstor and'droye'^he  horsedrawh ''stage 'from 'Langley' to' Now  Westminster. As it-cbhtracibr/be was'in*  -1  ',    r ,'    "Wwleend/Mishap  Skidmarks tell .the'story ,of the paneil i^aVine,  trav��__ittg'from .Gib^ons^towards j��e-  chelty which tried "to' avoid colliston  with a'Volvo, .owning .onto iheMiigh-  way from-Elphinstone Boad: Driven  by. Mr. Eric-Rosen^of Roberts Creek,  the Volvo was' pushed into the deep  ROs"inri_; slt-Tin h'o^pS?Fivelcb$r ;lM* /r Qllf   KfttfCISA  dren and four adults *:wereVin ^he* ,j ���    ^y The Old Rate  mj-ir&l  been 'relfeased from^osplfiO.-  i  A  r~  r��  ��� J*  A  v  Impact  Driver of this .Volvo, Mr. Eric Rosen ' Saturday afternoon at the Intersec-  of Roberts Creek, was badly hurt tion of Elp-iinstone Road and fHI^i-  afier collision with a panel truck on   way 1011    '' "     '"        ' *  ���."  Pilot project  ��� 0 ���  1  J^>^ *VlJ   -V-i*. **"���   t-*���  the  STEPPED-up  investigation  program  of    initial claims by investigaton," said  ' Ythet*vVnemplo^eht'"-Ins__rance :Com- pspokesman; f-    ^ ^'v,  ,',>���*.   Y-  Ttdttion,^eld&~$S,15S'fiW   duribg  the ,'.     Since December  tinanciaiy^r raided I/Iarch 31, 1_369-  JThe. targert;for the 1969-70 financial  year is-^5,flOD,000. The incidence of unemployment during tbe year, and of  'course the degree to which fraudulent  claims are deterred, are two of the principal factors on which the result will  depend.  A spokesman for the Commission said  that a recovery target of $3,000,000 has  been set at the start of the 1968-69 fiscal  year, and represented an estimate of  what could be achieved' by the stepped-  up' program during the year.  '    "We have exceeded the target" said  the spokesman.1 'In 1967-68 the revenue  , yield" from benefit control was $2,100,000.  For the past year the yield is up 44.7 per  cent."  From February  to  October,   1968, a  pilot project against fraudulent and improper benefit claims was in operation,  and,in the light of its results it wbs then  c  (T ,, , ,r ���.  , .. ���    ^^ ? ������>?**���&". H /CW  te^u^    ber have given excellent support."  S. 'Johnson of Vancpuver and Hopkirx-    "thathad been under study across the eiv ;  **,? Tho'fnew <*it_fia^ohcefitrab*'inv^ti  i-_rainA-,*.'.'M.Vf-.*..*r- ��� ,.     mVtieWoV,u^^  1968 we have-taken  in $1.69 for.every dollar expended as  compared "to $1.02 for "each dollar spent  in the preceding 8 months. Our target  for 1969-70 is a recovery figure of. $2.50  for each dollar we spend.  "Jn addition to the direct yield factor,  there is an important indirect factor resulting from public education. This is the  deterrent factor which is difficult to  measure. Claimants were apparently discouraged from making incomplete, inaccurate or dishonest claims in thousands  of cases. i  "We have never had such accurate  reporting by claimants as in the past few  months. In fact the response both from  employees and employers to our call for  co-operation���to ensure every dollar goes  where it ought with a minimum of delay  ���has been excellent.  "For this "a great deal of the credit  is due to the informatidh, media, newspapers, radio.and-television'.'which since  we put the facts before them in Novem-  summer .flowering  "*^6_i_ibs**shpuld be pruned; as^sooh" as  'i " ^he^iowe^&^~over." jp^x&^is nothing to'  ���-   |be a__xudv of;\a-l%>bu{a^-^-b-__n'g'_a_��r is  , ��� v^mqfai'of^Ohifefr:Tyear^ __nd'vqlder Wood,,  and any 'weak and damaged, growth. By  '"doing-this every'year shrubs*are kopfc in  i" proper sSapVto develop^new^wyvths't-iat  X will* provide better blooms next .'spring.  Exceirt-ibns 4o this' rule are -the --winter  .  ^flower_ng;h^thfi__-.'A^"they"ie^uire is.to  j ":have''aT��ut"^'d"-t__ir__3 of'the old'f lower  j    "stalks cut off. This applies to all heathers;  the -tune 'Of clipping being right" after the  ' bloom isiinished.  If. cuttings of  the  spring  flowering  ^shrubs are desired it is best to take soft,  ,   ' young sidle shoots about four1 or five  k    ' inches long and^insert them in a sandy  .trench abcmtlialf their length deep. They  '{should 1>e kept shaded and not allowed  to dry out and will be rooted in four (to  six weeks. ' *'  Azaleas^ _-__ododenctrons, and lilacs-  <should have the old faded flower heads  removed as soon as they are over. Lilacs  can be done with the secateurs but azaleas  and rhododendrons require more care and  should be done by hand. As next year's  ."flowering shoots appear-at the base of  ,-the old flower heads care must be ~_aken  not to break them off.' Using the thumb  and forefinger they can, with a little piac-  tioe, be broken ciff clea__ly.  , a 'This is '&Iso a good -time to apply a  -fertilizer made especially ior acid loving  plants such as azaleas, rbodo's and heathers. As they aH'have .roots near the sur-  ^faee do not attempt to work the fertilizer  "in too deeply.' A'few inches of .compost  laid on around them will do nothing but  good*; besides keeping /the toots cool it will  help feed and build up next year's flowering wood.  During the latter part' of this 'month  the more -tender plants such as cannas,  iUchsiasi and! dahlias may be set out Al-  ���tiiough I. usually -h-_*'j��ention.a few-of  -_be niost,oomibonly used ones, these ane  (lots 'more'that "are not hard "to grow,ind  will make for more variety in the garden. With these tender plants nothing, is  to be gained by setting them out too early.  is new Hastings'Pari., and widening and  improving Westminster A Venue, the present Kingsway. Turning his ''attention to  Vancouver Islahd,tbe^nd a pati.nerlopened  up a subdivision at QuaUcuip^hereyup  till that time,' ,there Had been only one  white settler*,' and constlncted 16 miles' of  road and built a,hotel.       "    '  ' Mrl Hill served' in both',world f wars.  In 1914,; he joined .the Vancouver Island  Timberwblves' which were later trans-  ferrecf torthe^nd' Canadian  Mounted  the Sunshine* Coast Senior Citizen-*-' Hous^-  Ing Society. -*     -        '' i'  Despite his age and failing health touring the past month-V-ie never spared himself in his efforts to help those in trouble  or need' and he earned the deepest respect of those who worked with *him for  hi_i unfailing patience and devotion to the  cause of helping his fellow men.  Secheit- arid' the Sunshine Coast will  join with Mr. Hill's family" in mourning  the death of this.kind and gentle man.  St, John Ambutance  ..WITH MORE than 11,000, drownings occurring /annu411y,~tCaiiada has- one;of  the highest drowning rates in ihe world,  Even more disturbing is the fact'that more  than -35 per cent of; those who lose their  lives are children under the age of 15  years.  **-  It is against this tragic statistic that  St. John Ambulance has pitted its "Save  a Life" Program���free two-hour classes in  mouth-to-mouth ahd other methods of  artificial respiration.  ���Firsf Aid .Tips . . .  The "Save a Life" Program is aimed  at "training as many" people as possible in  -methods of life-saving"so that if water  accidents "do occur, there will be someone'on hand Who knows 'how to revive  the 'victim:/' Since 'the~ program began,  more, than one million Canadians have  taken this valuable training. '  For further information contact your  nearest St. "John' Ambulance office  or  Brigade member.  "Learn now!' Save a Life!  Unemployment Insurance  Q. Having worked one full year and  paid Unemployment-Insurance, I returned  to school. I shall-have been at school 9%  months when J look for-work again at the  end" of the school- year. -Am I entitled to  credit for my contributions and can I  apply for work'' through* Unemployment  Insurance?1 "       J ' - "   '  A.   You have establish_-l unemployment contribution credits of 52 weeks in  the last 104 weeks, "ten of; which are in  the last 52 weeks. These contributions are  sufficient to establish your eligibility for  Unemployment Insurance if no suitable  employment is available. If .you-wish to  file an'application for Unemployment Jn-  '' surance you can obtain a form from your  nearest UJC office.   * *    .        *  .,'��� The Unemployment Insurance Con-mission does not .now, operate the .National.'  'Employment ��� Service.   You should apply  for work.thrpugh the ���locgl .office of the  Any Questions please?  Department of Manpower.  Questions should be referred to Information Services, Unemployment Insurance  Commission, Vanier Building, 222 Nepean  Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� Tel. 996-29*75.  ddJ**^^^JM&XViW- __v _i ���- vmwn^  .COMMERCIAL PRINTING  *��*S'i!imii^;*^^  Landing.  Mr. and Mrs, ^Robert McQueen are'being*; congratulated on the birth of a  daughter on May 28.  Mrs.' Joan Rigby has returned after  t delightful, �� months holiday!'nt %shua  TrrJes, California where she vii.iti_*d _vlr.  nnd;Mrs. Arley-'Gorham.'''' ";i  Mr. and Mrs, Murray Forbes, formerly tit Esparanza, B.C,, who are caretakers  at the Baptist Camp on Keats Island for  the* season report a work party from  Vancouver churches busy at the camp on  Saturday,'May.31..Also on rthat day there  wai a barge in which unloaded several  trailers Onto Keats Island.  ilinistcring at Gibsons .Perjttjcostal  Tabernacle the Inst Sunday in May was  Pastor Robert Thomas from Springfield,  Oregon. His wife came with' him to'Gib-  sohff for the dny.  insurance,  operations.,,;,:.    ���;  .;,��'���''!. '-Xrl    Vi ���  '"' 'This1 required reassignment of staff,  refinement of techniques, concentrated  training, ejbc and actually it was December'1 before ; the A new1 benefit control  methods 'werfe* being operated in all  areas,".srfid trie, spokesman.  The cl&im-load1 was steady at about  1,200,000 in the two years 1967-68 and  1968-69, and without, increase |n .overall  | U.C establishments the numb4r','pf ���ip.-'  vestigations carried out climbed' from  284,000 to 313,000, an increase of 10,2 pVr  cent. ",. " ". .:'i  In addition to investigation of active  claims by benefit control offcers, there  , was "a postr-audit check of insurance records k-elating Jo CO per ciept <if c.aims,  1 ' "Our target for the financial year  ipop-70 in to cover 100 per cent of clalrii-  by*post-audit, and 34 per cent of active  'gati^ns''..!'in,. areas1  ihci-tence of  fiftd. ^ro^..wheVe''^the   is 1,,'''m,_l_ca'tiBd'*vto' be  highest. There is a concentraton of interviews Jn UIC offices, and other central  points rather than in homes., This is not  to suggest that any area is immune from  investigation.  Gibsons United Church  for WrayrHelraer riles  ON MAY 24 at Gibsons United Church,  f" with the Rev..W. M. Cameron officiating, Shirley May Helmer, "daughter bf  Mrs. Edna Helmer of (JibSons and the  late James Helmer, and Harold Wray  son of Mr. and Mrs. Len Wray of Gibsons  were united in rnarriage.  .The'bride,' dressed in a white princess-styled gown of peau de soie and carrying a bouquet of yellow roses, was given in marriage by her brother, Garry  Helmer. She was attended by* Jlliss Elaine  Moffat and Denise Kushner, both dressed  in mauve peau de soie and carrying bouquets of white gladioli.  v Best man was Mr, Jirn Malyea. The  ring used had been the wedcliiig ring of  the bride's maternal, grandniotner.  Following the, cerembhy',' a> jireception  was held at the Cedars Inn; ^here a toast  to the bride was proposed by Mr. Ed  Surtec-*. Master of. Ceremdnies was Mr.  Ron Kushner.      . i   , '  ' ' (  ^IM^1-^^  i '  "Vi#  @@  i'J  ���  IS_u1SllllfS@  We wilMbe in the areo for .the ne*t few  'c /It,    , H*   ,/     f ft  '       t ..I . I   F ��'v *  months and  welcome your -enquiries.  your  i  FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL COLLECT:  988-77A6-or 987-5110  l        J     ( .  V(*   n*.   . ��� *���  SCAIDIA PCEOTOP LTD.  2^7 West 2nd Street,  NORTH' VANCOUVER, B.C.  i  tfJU^f'**'  For commercial  or* rcsldenlial  paving or pa_^t5ng,  c_lll on us.  IF|ie�� 6stltitiit@_i  9 '.,...���.���.,. ���   \w'lirt*v./>?'t>.t' ��� I t ��� ' ' i ' .        "�� S  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  ;,.'��:.i'-"M".*��i'. ' .Y  .-     �� r  Sp.ping Reslridi.nj fffeclive _ :.meda1el  Effective immediate!*/ sprinkling restrictions oro imposed -on  all users from th6 Municipal water system os follows:���  1. ODD NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, -ond  NORTH, SHAW, ond PRATT ROADS, moy sprinkle on:���*  odd calendar date* from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ���  2. EVEN NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and  HENRY ROAD and SECHELT HIGHWAY, may sprinkle  .,.��� a*a:*-����     .'.-,,, .....  even calendar dates, from 7 pm%, to 10 p.m.  ALL SPRINKLERS MUST BE TURNED OFF IF ANY FIRE SIREN  ..  -         ,        ,, JS ,SOV,ND!P. ���'  *Y' -. ' .   I t'.   4l-i   '" ?    '  May 26, 1969  Gibsons, B.C.  DAVID JOHNSTON      ,'  i *        Municipal Clerk  Vo|kswagen introduces the automatic stick shift  Check the Yellow fages for ihe name of ihe Volkswagen dealernearesl you. You've gol nolhing lo lose except a clutch.  *'#*{'..'% "*��* **..-(? *.'*  " V *.��  I    -'-    0.    ff��    *��������  ' 4    #     jd  . 0 m  * #   t * .  9 * * fa %. ^k..mtim.^��c*^.j^ ������*- * '  ^w ���*���**ft d*****  .      #.   *     ���*,    ��     -  " ��^i,��*-.-*'-./'��>��*, J \\ *        ['"*"("' ',     *'r,'"'"���-v    "?*'    *    ~Y  .     *    "   '"''     ' >���"*,      *',    i ..-��.,   ������ " *  Sunshine Coast Sports  ���rffW,   ty   t- S r   .|,'f*,#^^Fy,*^>.   i'J'f ).Vl��'S'A,V .  ���*. ^ '/-~ .  ������W   *#��� *��������* fc**   ���> / _ J   ���>  , SUNDAY, May 25, Lee McGee, pitching   a 3 and  his second game of the, 'season, ihrew    Hockhell  " a 4 hitter, striking out'U and walking    % singles  none  as  Port Mellon  whipped Wilson    -   Tlie-Wilson  Creek 13 to 1.' Barry Leigh was- Port  ��� iftg ^ thank  -Mellon's hottest batter going 3 *for 4 with    ,jted and Wh  a single,'a double" and * ending with'a    ing the men'  homer in the 7th.      '   '    ' ''  '        * ."' *,*'���>*  SOFTBALL,  SECHELT BLANKS FIREMEN  "���"Iri another pitchers'* game in Secheit,  1 Carl Kohuch struck out 10 and gave up  only two hits as Secheit shut out Firemen  10 to 0.  This seemed to be the night for pitchers as Henry Weib, in relief of Hans  Burki, struck outr 10 and gave up __' hits  to help.the RCMP to an 11 to 4 win over  the Shakers. This was the fifth win of  the season for Weib, bringing his recoi-d  . to 5 wins and 1 loss.  ���/   f* -J/1 Til'-^-'-J  *    **      >   -_-     ,,      W   I** t-  the Peninsula times JPage 8-3  WgdfceEdoy,. June 4,1969    .' ~,  _"*? ���., *> f  Peninsuia Jlotel ...,..,  6  Port Mellop \  6  Secheit *  5,  Wilson ,Creek  5  BCMP -.���.,���... :. 4  Hydro     2  Firemen  , '. .*.... 2  Shakers . :  :2  Roberts Creek  1  L  vTPtfi,  2 '  .0^ ,12  2  0   12  2  - Jo ,10  3 *  - 0  -lp  3  0'~fe  3  X    5  5  1   .5  6  .0/   4  7  0*' t  fi s.  PJr^pl -��..���� &k&*   ^"V*    :j   in?  TWENTY-SEVEN STRIKE OUTS  Ttfes.,   May   27,   Secheit  edged  the  BABE RUTH ,  **  Sunday, May ��5, the Sunshine Coast  Lions of the" Senior Babe Ruth League,  split a double header, winning the first  RCMP 2 - 1 in overtime*, in what was like- one by a score of l$,i over'West Vancou-  ly the most exciting game of the season, ver Marines with Ken Blandbitchirig, and  In a pitchers'duel, Carl Kohuch struck dropping 4he seeohd one to M, and'C.  out "12 while giving up only 6 hits and 2 10 to 3- "      '  walks  for   Secheit,  while  Henry  Weib       - Sat., May 31, Legion 1-40 (Junior Babe ,  struck out 15, walked none and also gave Ruth), lost a double header to B. andlMY J  up 6* hits in a losing cause. " hy very close scores,' 10-7 and _>-& '13ob   *  Weib also scored the first run of the Solnik lost a heart breaker "in "the first  game with a home run in the sixth, Herby game as B. and' M. hit" for 5 runs in'the  last inning. Bob also had a very good day  at the plate goin^ 5 for 7 in the two  games, including a long home run over"  the left field fence in the first  "SfTates <also- ha�� a good day  going 3 for 5  August tied it in the 7th, and then Secheit  went on to win it in the ,8th, with Erie  Paetkau scoring the winning run.  The Peninsula Hotel downed Hydro  11-4, with Freeman Heynolds striking out  10 and walking 4 to earn the win. He got  an assist from Alex Skytte at the plate  who went 3 for 4 including two doubles.  SHAKERS WIN  cVil^lllo^ngTr ttStet wW -  Cha_*ltor_lkting ^ win>Iu^__W��    m��e. Ro%t;Sc*l__^, ��ert 0^ *  he needed from Ian Yates who wan'3- fnr     tAr. }anri; Mr - Watt' jfaMriSr'    PfMitai**' ���  fmmih&t&aUUture, Victoria  I have i^veral-items of in-  '3*oU,, The most interesting' of  .* i/^C*-     "wfee to .the ladies, is the forthcoming  ^���' ' {*."���(**���   vjsjt'p'f Jftrs. W, A. C- Bennett to the area.  (T    P .I   MrkBeiutett will have a-'busy .schedule  f rf |j'   '*   ��.-./   ^head, starting with her departure from  h]^        * Jt{   Ho*cfeshde'Bay'to Langdale on the morn-  '   l of June 3, a tea at Secheit and a cof-  ( party,at ^Pender Hatbom*. That night  Mrs. Bennett will.'travel to Powell Ki'ver.  June' _:-, there will be a visit to Tex-  *--  *^*>*^ C   'asia Island on the fir^t ferry; returning  "~K-**t ��    '*'*  tf>il'Powell$tyer in-time for-a short rest  _ ***V v"��^* **���.    ^ef^e the'teayThis "teals foi*v"ladtes  *_*��� 5 ���)���*:���' '^ 1 F'Saipy*,', so the/inen'wiU'hay'e:to find some"-  ^     ttt    * Ftbingelsete^o that day.- *   ;,    -     ���  asr��l   '     Thpse of you who met Mrs. Bennett  M   op5"her Jast"ivis)t to'^owell River will re-  t",.._i *   ���__��__< In ��������       _J- _f_ __.        _-_>__> _^. __. *_._ _ _. __ __ t_ ��� . .. J  .1 .    _F   "���     _  lecrni rescue breathing,  .    dehkht that she is paying us a return  j^gl. yjlsityit -will be Mi*s. Bennett's-first vi^sit  J&W   to th^ Secheit Peninsula. \   *  -  ��J     'C-BeeentiywJ   visited  the   Assumption  vBZ&A   School, in" PpVell ;River and met with  father 0"Grady and a number of senior  officials of the church and school. Following this. meeting^YlYprese-itea.their,  verbal message to" the provincial cabinet  ung  the season,- bowed to the Shakers who  scored 6 runs in the top of the 7th to win  15 to 13. Don Elston relieving Bob Coukel  in the fourth got credit for the win.  Roberts Creek has just recently acquired a coach 'and now under the direction of Jack Eldred should be starting to  .click and'could be a new team in the  ' second half of .he schedule,    "  In Thursday night's softbail action lee  ���McGee threw a one hitter for Port Mellon  to trounce the Peninsula- Hotel 10 to 3,  ,'McGee and Don McNeil both hit triples  for Port Mellon while Freeman Reynolds  got the lone Pen hit.  .FIRST WIN  Roberts Creek struck for 7 runs in the  sixth to edge Hydro 16-15 for their first  win of the* season- Brian Swanson, going  he needed from Ian Yates who wasJ3:jfor    t^ainr Jvlr. :Matt' Jaeg&jri ~���enteb .  Sat the plate.   - * - ��� *r.     3^ tfestmaiv Dale SfepH%.oii', Bod*** * ^^nment.  LITTLE LEAGUE  Wed.,   May"-*28,    Gibsons' Firenien  trounced Secheit Residential  the, pitching of Bill  hit two home runs for  Roberts Creek beat Gibsons .Kinsmen  20 to 9 and -H'e game between1 Gibsbns  Merchants'and Port "Mellon was i^ainM  out.       " " ;Y  '*   .'*-. T  If Little League games are to be prop^  eriy reported, it is essential that all managers report the necessaty informadpru  The number to call is 885-2183,  BIG WIN . :  Sunday, June  1, Gibsons Merchants  struck for 10 runs in the fourth "arid weiit    big 21,728 workers-  mi <to a'very decisive wxri over Gibsqris The total time loss from all work stop-  ��. ���    ,_.        ..   ,.        and also to the department of education-  ' ���.��?**��� ^ ?-0Ce<^e ^ f ��?*-*' '"   Oa ��� ?alurday pasty it- was-- a great  Red Cross or St, John Ambulance for in-    the honour of christening your ship  the  Rebekah'Ltfdge'i and. Sunshine    stmciiori?    v -   ''   *-' ",-��� '    '. - '    ''Texacla'Queen'/* She looked"^'a trim'ship  Coast Lodge erijoying- an .evening Of en-    "; *' Owners and operators of pleasure boats    f*5'*?1*'?11**1 down the wa^s into the water.  .ney.Sn*, Jto* GreaVand Keith ' $&2&^��, ���    Sf^^gS^t^S^*. ffi$^p��%��X&  nts for the' first- ever  attoo , which  will   be  /t_ ..   . -  J ��� -   4rena-on'May: 31. i?s  .. *vK:athy) .as .groom andJVIr. Ivan T- Smith ing recognized  boating, courses.   Three     really going to be'an outstanding event  as a blushing bride- Mfs. 'Jack 'tyaites; -such, f��ufcses a^: la-"comprehensive course     arid I know all tbose attending the tattoo  Mrs. Frank Walker; Mrs/R. Breese.'ltfrs. ��* J?&&8' ^^4^^ "the'"Cai��dW ' will.^be -thrilled''with  the  displays -of  ,L, 0'.Conriell,art4 MrriHarry Reiter, JCtlrs. ;Powef Squadroi-iYk home study corres-     dancing .talent  and' musical  ability  as  Whaites organized games and Mrs.'Alice pondence course sponsored by the Cana-     Wejl as the colorful costumes   many of  ' APRIL produced a total 'oi 95 industria_    Cherry pf ArbutUsJ-todge was pianist for 'd^fJ1 Boatmg Federation and an elemen-     *vhich are authentic Indian dress beauti-  work   stoppages   across   Canada,   12    a singsong. 'fry course, 'published by the  Canada    fully   accented   with   hand-sewn   bead  more than in March, During April, 39         Future activities* of the,Lodge include Safety CounciL                                               work.  ^strikes ended, v/hiie 50 began. At May 1,    sending" four llocaU children to- camp at       [ there were 56 stoppages in effect involv-    White Rock durng the summer. Lodge  Industrial  lotal 95 during April  members are busy with projects which  include working for" the - Senior Citizens  goSlfo/a _M^_^Sr^cfiSS    Kinsmen 22 te.9.1 PhUbp.Madison-going    pages during April 'was  272,490  man- 'Hesxdence" at King' George Hghway, Sur-  atienStB   ^2rflS    ih*' disteJ��* *��.'^ A^ time .hi-.* y4^    days,, equivalent to 20 man-days lost for    rey where there wiU.be a Garden Party  v ^* T^SaZJ^^6    pitched an excellent game to' help the    every 10,000 man-days worked by non-    on June 21st* Sponsoring a student to at-  Dave Flumerfelt in the third got the win.  Wilson Creek collected 11 hits off Gibsons Firemen to beat them 12 -to 7. Cliff  Salahub struck out 8 batters and gave  up 6 hits in recording the win, giving him  Bloke C, Alderson D.C.  Port Office Building Secheit  "    Phone 885^333   Res. 886-2321  Tuesday ft*/ridcty 10-30 o.m.l9�� S:30 �������.��.  1     Saturday 9:30 a.m. to ��:0��t-p.ai;'~' "*' -  EVENINGS BY APPOJNTMf-NT *  JUS^E "fi5-i.fr IS  FATHER'S-DAY - -  GO TO !  1  ilisre'sfarietfSliop  FOR  CARDS AND GIFTS  WE SUGGEST  Sox - Ties - Pens - Coffee Mugs '  Butane Lighters  .Summer Hats. ond. Caps  ... and many more Hems.  SECHELT, B.C.  Phono 885-9343  piiiiisi^^  Fpwjst ^fires destroy over 500 million.  cubic ''feet ofliinber each year Iri Canada.  -S3^  izr"'ia  WATER USERS OF SECHELT, SELMA PARK, DAVIS BAY AND  WEST SECHELT ON THE SYSTEM OF SECHELT WATERWORKS,  DAVIS DAY WATERWORKS AND WEST SECHELT WATERWORKS; ' .'. .   , Y"J*:*     ;1     .  :������������  #S:��f ^IIIL�� :^''. y     ��� r  SPIMJNKUNQ RESTRICTIONS ^|.E TOJp. IN, FO^CI, AS fpL-  LOWS; SECHELT AND DAVIS BAY TO SPRINKLE JON THE ODD  DAYS; SELMA PARK AND WESf SECHELT ON THE EVlf *%YS,  7 A.M. TO 10 AM. AND 7 **P.I|ri TO 10 P.M.:"  SECHELT WATEIIWpRKS Lip,  m  1  Merchants totheir first" win of the seasdn. agricultural ^>aid' employees.' Compara- tend the United Nations Assembly, The  ^i?W _?i?���Mn and ,Tim Flack vbothJu-$ Jivefigures for March show 13 man-days < yisual. JSeseareh .Foundation -and   Eye  homers in the 6th. lost for'eVery 10.000,worked.    .   -  '"    * Bank*       .'���'"*'   "���":'-    '" '     ���']  Port Mellon outscored' Roberts Creek An analysis by industry of all work ,    ��n the-Ipctal .si^ne, contributions are  21 to 13 ivith pitcher Richard Campbell stoppages in effect-during April-shows '  made *? ^ Odd fellows Bt__*s_^"Fund  getting the win. - "      *���"* six in mining, 55 in manufacturing, 10. in f"1*1 the I^age-is-always willing' to help  COMING GAMES   . *--' construction, three in .transportation ."and h\ a worthy cause. '^  Men's SoftbaU - *    '   "       - utilities, seven in trade, 13" in servite and '"    NobIe Giand JS'l^Irs. Harry Reiter of  Thu^day/June 5, Shakers visit RCMP    ��?'eJ,  P"^/dminiftrationr S^Jn52B1/Ww^y"te MlS' ^  at"Sech_lt; Secheit visits Port'Bfe^and      ��The3>re?kd<?5n.o�� wo* stoppages in    French ot Secheit.  JEiirenaeat.-play- Pen. Hotel at Gibsons. -"*-      f"��ct by jurisdiction  was:   Newfound-'���  at'  Wilson  -sons  ,     > .Tues,, June 10, Secheit plays,Hydro at  Hackett Park;-Port Mellon* t_Tavete4t>Roo-  - 'erts Cresekaiid Wilson Creek plays Shak-  ers at^Gibsons, '      "   - '   ���   : '   , ",*  AlTgantes start at ,7:00,    '  Babe -Ruth *  '  'Sat.,'June 7, Legion 1-4J) hosts a jiou-  ble' fieader;*,_i&inst the Eagles at' Hackett  ���Park, game *t��me 12:30,     ���'  ���   '  '     tr 1 1     h > > 1 j '  Little. League,  ,Wed��� June* 4, Port Mellon visits Wilson-Creek, Gibsons, Firemen "visit Gibsons  Kinsmen  ajnd  Secheit /Residential" visit  '" "1-dbeHS Creek." '       ;   ''  Sunday, June 8, Gibsons, Firemen play  at Wjl&p'n Creek, Gibsons Kinsmen play  at Port Mellon and Roberts * Creek play  (the'Merchants'at Gibsons. ''   '-  -    v       i", :  - LATE RESULTS  Senior Bdbe Ruth an-^l Sunshine Coast  Lions" dropped a doubJte hehder io B'dr-  delts, 10 -5. and 12-1. Their'next horne  games will be at Hackett Park, Saturday,  , n double header against Squamish.' First  game goes at 12;30.  V  "   \-> ' '<-:>', r>*:' Y">T  X  em  that boating otters.  "��� ^ST V\'e> have ju?t received a no^. "J ,"  I* ��� -1{V��* 1 ahipmont 0. t*ll th^ latest li|jMi>tn9 f�����  !    {   ,'/ tqulpmenL Hardware, and  {*</*.,' .  -   1 'Accessories-, Drop In soon' and"'  ft ''                               "~~  Ttf+fW***.  s  "v  (r *��,!���  (;.;b;_>v.$e,arc��Miid,   ,. .-N6v.'s a good tlpte to think about ,,,  trading ybut owlboard in'btf'A*.' ,  Merc^lb'Thunder^ltilrf^ft !    ���  Fj       Si      ��� i ,'    ,'.if/   ', ���    ��.)  m*i!>>t%K  ��� ft, ���*��� rt  w^.��f-., h^     \    qo��, ��^,  <_^1B50NS  886t7?J!  wr. _.  s��S i*22r rail tefig place as kfhm:  Kindergarten and F(iwf Year(GrOdelJ    *  ,   Monday Jun'e 9tp Friday, June 13.  9-MO am. to 3:00 p.rri.  GfewBLT EM__MpnrAii\r sc^����i_-  ���  (Halfmoon Bay and West Socheji f_fndcr3or*en and First Year  sch^f)J)~*WWffift shouM ^i^'1.9f j^^W fcwto'y  ... ^^^nesday, J^ ,J ,d;^ i������, 13.  TOSEISTS CKEEH ELEIViesJTAiW S���liO��L  'First Year (Grade 1) *i      "*- '   y*r>   T .  Thureda^^uncia AND thursday, iune 19.  9:00a.m.tolj,00a.m. ' '   "   '  -     - Kindcrgartco ond-First Year ((Graclcl)    ' '''   '  Monday, June 16 to Friday, June _$.  ^OOa.m^'a-OOplW.**       ���  DAVIS ��AV* EiraEflTAIIY $CMi��L  . . . - First.Ycor(Grddcl)   '' L .     /  W��dnp.*Jdoy. Juno 18.  9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  i��!fil^5^?q'_,fl!.cWSri.n ^ho ^U ^e 0��in9 to kindergarten  endBp�� Year (Graded) in September 1969 ho registered as soon as  possible dqr!ng _tji�� qbavn. registration dates. Your co-operation will  be greatly appreciated. * *       '    If ywr child wHi^db'^o cqo qf fiyo c^i or before.Deccrpbpr 31,  ^^iWfr ff9*8^1 ^,KKK^Mf.^:QKwM��' Elementary  5W^M/-'0emw^.Scp^ pr Mfl^lfa #p(r|. .Elent^pry  SrfffipJ..3-fem ,5 no fee/,but transd^tiqn -^fi^^'ibo school to  the .parent's-responsibility. ''{   r '"'y;";.".'-', V'.  ;'!^^   *       ��  >'*  ^/ohlu r%^ ^H1 ^*jJ^W^/*'?..oj> qr^*%v December 31,  1969 sHould be negistered fwfinkiYfatj&a&.Oh*) atthe nearest  elementary school.'   ' ;���''* '''    ,   ,;,: ��� * ��� .,;"/C;"'.,"�� '������i^B;"':!. (' *   '  of ^her a birth ccrtificafo 6> a'i^-^^i^c^e.       '  ((**'_  ,K��VV<P((  n��n�� 885-2311 - iffMwa�� I#I�� * Secfpelt, B.C.  _gjs*__a-g-ii  E��EI�� SATURDAY  NP DAIl^E TO IIVE- MUSIC  loilgmbord 7:3�� p.ni. to �� p.ni. ���' t���wi*y����*# Wpteiiin9 ��� $5*00 Coonfo    _**    "_l     _.'.!. ...* - ���.'...." . .-.*      "._ _. 1."-... .**      ' *   *       ~^'";-*'L-    "**" 1 HritA **' ��     ���*       #* tf  #       ^^^WP-US^HW  ����fK, J^^PilJW'lW'IfclMff'lWl'WwP**^*"^!***^^  . (Btt**!-*"*- ��**i��*l.wPV s#  *v<mi*-i!��>^��*��^i|(*-������*' ^*i��^i��*^*��(J(i*!|M,4t,(i  ^K^t^^vM%.��fei��#T*w*W*i*^*,^"*i^f1"KwWi��^^  fc^t^j^*^ rt**H*.**^n^_h*fl***ti #v^r*^**h^^"^i^^i ���*  ^^^wv*^ m- w^^^^v^p^pp^^ji^ _ ���" ���*"   _ *��� _.  ^�����^*,;~; "'-1.'*  1 .^F^AjwJft^j^W-k^ ���w-~*��^^'**yw-+i>>*i.  A--*- ^ '-*'���* * *^i ^t^c**    . V*"!^ "������*' oi*? v.v  " ���*    I      .    I    '  ._���__ '.,..,*���    _v._.. ._������..,__,  .   Y'V-.Y        /  J'ii-^W'^P-^r*^ p** ���*<-*,��1*' **  ���VI* v*f.  t\^e>  f>       _, *    -*** -���**������        *    .,        *" ^  /'.*?  _* ��F. A  I.    L  -J^Fy^*      _.    ���  a.*--.* *%���*,���' jF.fwwr ��.  Peg�� B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 4; 1969 -    /  ���vi"  *"*.    ��  t-      K    ��  *��  V *w I '  .1 ' '  *__;  ������ _���    .  J  i,��'  ���   i��. *.* *   -   ���  - f i t   *   \     ���  f   '        -<\  ." "      *���     **,  . *��� ������  'h  ���   .1 *'��'������������������  *    *   *     *.  . _ v      "."  **", w        ' i.  ^  t  .  _���  *- i   .  ������                    r  . . *-        i  _.  ���c> -  .       t ���>  JimTyner, , .  *���**.���  ,�����*.  V-,  �� > -1'  -,\^_ -,fc'_  '   .'-��     1 ,,-j    .'f'p'/* '  ** * j     I..   _.      _rt   _.   _  ��� 'A, '*!  in  n.+i  i -���  s,  r\  .** -i -  ^*'  3 -���  ���*J.i..��  GravelM^Mr  Busy working the 20-acre gravel pit -.weigh-seales. First ^eady-mix conr  at Porpoise Bay, Bud Stewart oper- ,crete plant *to be established in^Se-  ates backhoe above the newly erected chelt now employs a permanent staff  L & H Swanson batching plant arid   <of four men.   - .   No cost quoted . > .  Dayton an'  ��� v accepted by  Mffht contract"  .*      . **^ I ' , -  ;egi��nol -Bo-aid  n >  PROPOSED Zoning. By-Law and Sub- but,was informed correct procedure must  division Cohtrol By-law -being considered be followed.      - ,  by the Sunshine Coast Regional Board cnnmvKiOM CONTROL    <  c*ame,under fire _rom;D-_e.tor Jim TJner SUgTw Na "Tb stISf that its purpose  durrng Fnday's meeting .of the Board. .g ��yreg;iate and control subdiv��iorl cf  ,      Mx.  Tyner who represents  Pender land wjt^ the corporate Units  of the  Harbour area also registered strong pro- Sunshn6 Coast Regional District, exglud-  -test over not being informed of April 25 ing the villages of Secheit and Gibsons,  Planning;  Cpmmittee    meeting    where ^ order to promote the health1,  safety  minor alterations were made to,the by- and general WeUare of the community.  Basic provisions are that no subdivi-  laws.  * "People* must.1 not be excluded from  vital matters'- affecting the area. The  Zbning By-law is completely unaccept-  " able" as' it stands" said Director Tyner  who also warned that emotions are running high in his district over the proposed.. by-la\y. i d  Following discussion which eventual-  -New Service  sion shall be'approved unless (1) suited  to the configuration of the land being  subdivided (2) suited to the use to which  it is intended (3) does not make impracticable the future subdivision of the land  wthin the proposed subdivison or of any*  adjacent land,  i ** ... _> *u _ tv    *.     m        _. j. ��� The Subdyision Control By-law is de-  " /J*S?hfi^iSf^J5^1" ^t."1    P^dent to a certain extent, on, the pro-,  fact not been notified of the Committee    J     d z   .      B   j u stateSi��For  ,   Meeting,'a�� new resolution was approved, th7 ournose of this  Bv-law the zones  and in future each member will receive ^^P*��  ohall ��?*hZJZ _S_LSJ5  ' , written notification of a committee meet- f^TL^ftJ %* %%��nf n S2S  ing, well in' advance. g^gj S$*g��� Coast Reglonal Distnct  BY-LAWS ,       * The lengthy By-law which lists ap-  v-n       ��� Chairman   Lome Wolverton   advised proval procedure; standards which deal*  ,     r ^ '   that no action had been taken on the pro- with sewage disposal; lot size and high-'  "* 23 " Posed Zoning By-law and the Subdivi- way allowances has been referred to the  ' '. sion Control By-law,, which was given its' Planning Committee for further study.-  ,     .    ..*-.    ��� ",   *,'   v**   ,   ...-r.Bw-wry.6B*, **���,;     ^-vci*     -      ~\ .'        first readim  Growing tfte&dily With "the area X��.&*H, * ��rida backh^e, Len and-Harold Swan- - change.     '.  first reading on Friday, is sitll open to  SUNSHINE Coast Regional Board agreed   two as" the School Board has done as    j^^sq^ Ur\: have .HOW* installed.^' lSori ndW'have ^".toaC-Aoes/2 ,dlll_ip      , Director* Tyner commented 'that Sub-    yide forU f  last week to accept the contract sub-    directorsUeit it tends to split the_District.    xeady-mix C��ncrete, plant at thegpav-. trucks ^ndjtluS-brand ne\Vc,Clayton    division  Control By-law No. 28 should  Scientific forest management will pro-  Pruned  Christmas  trees   get   higher  prices.  BjBWb-R'-Bm !&&Stollt��  ,. ._���    ,--��� ��� -1 ��-���* i t-.,--r'"   ;    ' Y' Y*    '  v* '���/ -.., .-,      , ' :* ,   ���  /  2   .   i _ _ ___.< _. m.       _-_. ..., ���uj     _>-. .am. Fi-ssw pvmt " T*z?n'JW\.T��3\ " I'-'m 0 >S_\ O E*t*nSS" *   E31/S**\ /SS\ KaSv '      \Ss. #P_\ ID    H -   rSl   'kM\       Ml p*?*3      /Vita a I _ /.**v\ i��s__      f#si kri /swiiii/Sf        , IS  ;{ '>*��� /    " '  "   S&3ASTA -  a.  )  lotted by consulting engineers Dayton    Insteadone area' wiU - be'comprised of    el pit!  Porpoise Bayr   Cottimen'cing.,   Mi?er Of -7; cubic: yards dapacttj*.       ; be referred hack to the planning com-  and Knights Ltd. for stage 1 of the ,Wat-    eiectoral ^^ Ajc;e.. the.other B.DJ..       buSl_Ie_lS 1nl%3With*0_iedvimp;^-v y  \," ~ ^*-'>\>.'>~,'-  >  j,;,^ i   .���     "uttee before even getting a first readmg   erworks Plan. .     . - .' * %J :- *.*'" ' * ,, i;^i.,^u_;.M:4i--_{JMwt__-_www  Chairman of Finance, Director Frank  West commented that the agreement is  well" drawn- up,   stating  that .will' be  charged in the contract and what is' out****:  side it. *     j  Querying what is not  in the  contract,  Director Gilker was told,1 certain .travel- -  ling exenses ahd extra-ordinary'services.  The alternative said West is not to accept1;  any engineer but do it ourselves.      -    j --  Outside the contract Will" be feasibility'  studies  to supply   water   to  Halfmoon-  Bay, Williamsons Landing- and -Keats- Island. Budget-wise,  said  Director West,   |  this is a" planning function.     " V   1  Chairman . of . the  Water'. Committee,-.  Lome Wolverton, in his report stated the ,  board Will buy water froni the Village of  Gibsons and sell to the Chekwelp Water  Users Association in bulk for" the Assn.  to distribute. -"   ���*   Y  *    . *Y.,-_  WEST SECHELT  The Board met with trustees of .West  Secheit Improvement District-to discus$  what will be involved if the Iwatea-works.  is transferred to the Regional District;  Commenting on the meeting Director    F  Watson: observed' that,'he   urideritaridsy>H  there is, some,., concern'  oyer^ the  hey*  $?5,O00 -water tank which was'' a^ually  paid for by West' Secheit <Improveineht y  District but is included'in the assets' "of  the;'Secheit   Waterworks.  The Board  is  negotiating for the purchase of the .So**; .  cbelt Waterworks and "there is "a possi-i  bility that this tank-would be paid for  twice by the Regional Board.  Chairman Wolverton commefttedpthat''  this would be discussed later, iri commit-- *  ice.  GARBAGE  Reporting  on  the Garbage situation,  Director Gilker stated that as the'Vill- '  age of Gibbons has no\y abandoned* its  dump and is making use of tho Regional *  dump, it should bear the full share of the  costs.  He recommended that the December  20th motion be rescinded and the garbage collector billed to make recompense  for use of the dump.  Director Watson queried wasn't the  Village of Gibsons already" paying its full  share of the costs. Secretary Charles  Gooding explained that dump maintenance costs paid for by the village allows  individuals to use the dump but the contractor is in business' making, a -profit  and is charged a fee* of $1 per load.,Mr.  Watson then asked if the contractor, hired  by the Regional Board will pay the same  charge of $1 per load but was told that  his agreement was by contract.  TERM OF OFFICE -  Discussing changes in the Municipal  Act, which allows half the directors to be  elected anuually to avoid the possibility  of having a completely hew board,,notice  of motion will allow for half the directors  to be elected for a>one year term. .  The district  will  not. he divided in  TIDES FOR THE WE  JUNE 4th to JUNE 10th  4    0342 am  10.9  W. 0749am, 12.9  0322 pm    0.7  1109pm. 15.5  7    1239 am  15.2  So. 07224��m    7,5  1209 pm  10.4  0602 pm    5.4  5    0457 am  10.1  Th. 0859 om 11.9  0412 pm   .2.0  1159 pm  15.4  0    0119 am  14.9  Su. 0817 om    6.1  0209 pm 10.5  . 0707 pm    7.2  6    0617 am    0,9  Fr.  1025 am  11.0  0507 pm    3.6  1    i    '   .   Y i i   ' J     i  9 ; 0154 am (14.6  M. 0902 am    4,8  * 0334 pm ,11^4  i      0817 pm    0.7  *       10 0224am 14.2'    '  ""A" -  %4Mff*tl-4'Y.^.*'  0917 pm   9.9  AUTHORIZED DEALERS ��or  ��� Mercury Outboardt,  ��� Pioneer Chain Saw*  " Conadicn Chain Saw*.  ��� Hornelite Chain Saw��  ��� Stihi Chain Saw  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICE  chain saw mm  Cowrie Stv ..Sechelf ��� .005-9626  MaKWMmtMF-**  B'*f  i   '    Fj?  ?3  ft  rtt  j*,  **j. * i  , -v **. *. *. -��*���.-. t. v.-_ %"�� * -i- -. ���. - i ", - ������  m     *      .H     *    'jfc  *��    *      *     _t ,   #     1  A !!��t|����%s|!��ii*#(l��t"fr(#f!W^l

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