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 *?-l. ;  . i  H  ��*'V--^Vto."^JkF^^.^>^.^^^j^>^s^^rf^^  toe summer sfcrrf  .^���J.,. ^v^v.-^-frr* "v*'fJ'S'*"ryl&��Sv *>**i*jr>p^H��.  j. ,  ���**  1*^^^-*,'^'y*'-^**-^-yo^*-'^-��*^j^''-F-f ^v******' ^���^PtP-*3)*��v-pW����*  ���-i**-pfr��}^y*��'jrthpj^-  ^r^^-r*^^ f r> ^  jut 11 kb.  mmm-mfrmmti  overporf .siqte  bast service  PRESIDENT of,B,C. Hovercraft Ltd.,  General T. J. Manning, CBB, of Vancouver, announces that B.C, Hovercraft  Ltd. h^ve reached an agreement with  Grand Shipping and Investment Co. 'I_t&  to use the facilities at the marina adjoining <thc Lady Alexandra floating restaur  . rant as the company's downtown hover-  port.        '  The marina is ideally situated, lying  close to Stanley Park in Vancouver's inner  harbor, in one of the* world's most beautiful locations, as well as being adjacent  to (the internationally renowned Bays-bore  Inn with its excellent facilities for visitors  and convention groups and close access to  the heart of downtown Vancouver,  Guests staying at the nearby Bayshore  Inn or dining at the Lady Alexandra will  m no way be affected by any noise problems arising from the hoyercraft operation, as the company is- introducing the  very latest in hovercra_Ft, the Hovermarine  "7Wi& Cana*tt8^*'^��i*ic~^du*Hries -Ltd  l'l^'^��Bt[5th;kyoir}y     '���'"' ' -  '���-���'"-'*'-'-'���'  v   Service  *pf-  BRIDGE CLOSURE  ��� Secheli RCMP report ihe Lions Gate  Bridge wilL be closed to south hound  traffic, that is into Vancouver, from 3;30  p.m_ to 6:30 p.m, .Mondays to Fridays  starting July 7- for approximately one  month JEor repairs.  SAVE MONEY  " Asked if be would be attending the  annual convention of B.C. Municipalities,  a three-day event, Director Jim Tyner told  the Regional Board he would-not attend,  thus saving lite taxpayer money. Directors Frank West and Cliff Gilker will be  attending,  BUILDING  �� Building permits approved recently by  Gibsons Council included: single dwelling  $12,000, commercial addition $6,000, single  dwelling #17,000, alterations $3,500,'  BEEF RAFFLE  Winner of -the, annual Kinsman Beef  Raffle was Mr. Eric Brev of Gibsons.  Lucky ticket was drawn hy Idayor Bill  Swain of Secheit.  BOAT FOUND  Gibsons RCMP reports discovery of an  overturned 19' cabin cruiser washed up  near Gower Point last Friday. Coastguard  hovercraft "investigated and found-life-  jackets, mattresses and other debris floating in the water. Police are 'presently  checking .on ���registered, ownership. -  HM. 2, a new quiet type ,of craft which  makes no more noise than a conventional  cabin cruiser. ,���,.������  . Outstanding, futures of the Hoyer-  marine HM, 2 hovercraft are its ultra rood-,  era streamlined effect, looking more like  a millionaire's luxury yacht -than a conventional hoyercraft, comfort and lack of  noise as it cruises at a speed of *40 jn-P-h.  on a cushion of air. The standard craft is  equipped to" seat 155 passengers but B.C,  Hoyercraft Ltd; has .reduced the seating  capacity to 54 seats so as to allow for  super comfort airline type'.of chairs as~  well as refreshment and toilet facilities;,  The operational crew will consist of  two commanders to operate the HM, 2  hovercraft including radar, and one hover-  girl as cabin attendant.  B.C. Hovercraft Ltd. has been granted  by 4he provincial government of British  Columbia a nine-year exclusive franchise  to operate a Hovermarine AM. 2 hovercraft service between Vancouver, Gibsons  Landing/Texada Island and Powell* River.  The marina hbverport adjoining the  Lady Alexandra floating restaurant" will  he, the Vancouver terminal of 4he company's "Sunshine Coast" 'service which is  planned, to commence operations in* the  late summer of this year..   ' ' ���-    ' -  ..   . This .greatly- needed express' service  ���see page A-$  Two juveniles barred  one year from Secheit  THEFT of an adding machine valued at  $300 from the Credit Union - office,  Secheit, and a quantity of jewelry-from  the Arts Gallery, resulted in -31 fourteen-  year-old girl appearing before Magistrate  Charles Mittelsteadt last week, at Secheit.  Theft took place in Jthe early hours of  Saturday morning June 28. She was put  on probation for one year and barred trod  the villiage of Secheit for one year.  A Powell Riyer juvenile boy; charged  with theft of a wrist watch from a resident of Wilson Creek, was also put on  probation for one year. He .was also ordered to return to Powell River and" instructed to keep away from Secheit for  a period of one year..  Four juvenile youths' and one adult  are held in custody awaiting tkal for recent break-in, entry and theft from Ben-  ner Furniture Store, Secheit, Goods to  the value of more than $1,000 are understood to have been stolen. Most of it has  been recovered.  . , Another juvenile has already' been  convicted and awaits sentence for the  same offence and another faces a second  charge of an earlier "break=in afwrtheft"  from .the same store.  Serving the:SunspinBCMfy{&Q*��$QUnd .to Xer^s Inlet), including Port MeJlon/H6pfof>sior��iir)g^GTO^ Undinp, <Sibspos, Rober.s,Cr��*,.  Wilson Creek,-Selmp fork, Secheit, Holfocftrt, %/ Secret Cove, Pe nder Harbour/hW&itofsirk, Kleinifate, -Irvine's tending. Eod Cove, Eamm;  **-��� , "'���'��� '"  __jT_ * ; '      .,*,'....,..���.-..    ���    * ��� i   ii,_ri 111  f' 1 ....,  *,      *,, .,.*.. -   .���.     ,     - .._   -i - *     /        .   ' '  , . ...     - I  .   *��� "  Registration No. 11*42  2nd Closs Moil   - "-  yokimeANo. 32  WEPNESDAr. JUir 9,1969  Brno<Choir  Following a two and a halfhpurpei'-Y fill and colorful national- dress, pa-  formance at Elphinstone School, last tiently wait while pictures are taken.  Thursdays members of file Brpn Chil- 'Their pv/_.i_<_;*_- ci��<__r_<* <_��__ ��.,i___.-_���_*;.-.  dren's Choir dresjsred 'm very/  -. K ���*-.**.        /��� l*    \<    -     ��   * >     .p. ���* Ja. .     !������    1,  Famous group  Thursday members ot tiie Brno Chil-.' Their exquisite singing and quiet 'ate-, tny, 1071 '��� "RP * PaW* aVivm**!  .*eau1i-"ifty won the hearts^  ' FIRST' niit-iicipality to orgzmwe its locial  ' -centennial computtee- to" celebrate'die1  lOOth* anniversaty of British Colifm'hja's"  ^ntftf inlto*' Cbnfederation is- Kiinberiey,*  " L.* J.'"Wallace, 'general' chsiiniiar.' of the  r*Jtoviricial Ceatenhial "%l .Cohymitfcie an-  ��� bbiincedtoday,' Y   '        -   Y   Y'"  .;-; Mayor H. W. "Buckle re|wrts a' \fcmexn-  - lerAoommittee wjili Mr.' 3.'H.''R. Davis "as  ��� )hai-qnan.'has 'held its initial meeting-'and  |i^lan_ung^for ,e��UenniaFyear'197iy '  - ;'this:is the first of mbre4han iMlOGaV  ^eoxnmitfcees -which. wilT-tiake -P-_rt,'.'.-Mr-  Walli.ee' said. * "The first non-muniopai  . oonnjnttee'js expected sbo**tly,.y ;.-.  - Kimljerley, is. first to become eligible  for the'/4Q'cents per capita. p-Wiheial grant  ���JorYadn-inistration and" programming,'  (Skr-ant? are'based on- the-1966-census,--upgraded te Joly 1/1969,' ,.*-*'  ���  TWENTY children from Czedioslovaiia.  held an audience of seyetfh'Ondred poo-1  pie completely^ enthralled for, two and one  half hours during the-first Canadian performance of <the Brno Children's Choir'at  Elphinstone School, last Thursday. ';'   .  Aged from just under twelve years to  Italian composer Patesirina's ''O/Pomine!'  and "Pueri  Hebiaeonira," ,'ther' Flemish  . cojnpojser Orlando ' J^a$so*s;, 'iEccho"~ ��� and  Mozart's "Ave Verum Corpus,"        ' \  CHILDBEM TO CHILDREN  Peace may not be4he-aim of. all-man-  a little'over sixteen, the choir of six boys^ I *" Si!��S2M SS  and fourteen girls under the direction of  Dr. Frantisek Lysek -presented -a 'program  of choral music which has beea described  as the best <tha$ can be adileve^l by a.,,  children's choir. To hear them was a joy ���  and a great- privilege, fully appreciated -!  by the delighted audience, *       ' . "  The program included some "of the  most exquisite choral music-written by  . great; composers  of  many' nationalities..  Sung to perfection was the'16th century's-"  dren and the Brno Children.'s Choir gave  a most moving presentation of Cai^djian.,  composer Mr, H. Klyne Hea<Ue/s'cahtata  "Peace.-" Written in -three parts^-t^e-'p_��et> -  ry lor parts -one and three were; written-,  by 14-year-oid Claudia Jean-Henley ��nd,   -  part -two by Miss Elizabeth Mackay- of  Vancouver. . - - - -y    ^  Written especially for the Brno 'Children's Choir, it was obvious Jhai Pr, jbysek  and his young pupils strived tor perfection  in the first Canadian pr^stehtaiistfj of. ihe���. ���  local, composer's work, and'this they iu>. v  doubtedly* achieved,; A ,tre?hendous oya-  DISSATISFIED ,with poor mailing sery-  ice some months ago, Regional Board  Administrator Charles Gooding registered  a complaint with postal authorities. First  reply was .not considered satisfeefory and  a further request for an explanation went  forth.     y -    '  Reply read at last Board meeting from  R.- F, Reid, Director of Postal Services,  stated;  1 ' This" nefers to your letter of 5th March  concerning delay to -two articles of printed  matter mailed 'oj/ 14th February at' Secheit, B.C.,.^��d;��ot ipeceived by "the, addressees at Hopkins Landing and Gibsons,  B_C��� until 20th'February4969,  ' - .*.-**���     ^ _ . -.   ,     . ,  -As -you are no. doubt- aware, the mail  pick-up and, collection Operation provin-i  daily is geared to giying the- best possible  service to first class articles of mail. First  letters .'are placed in 'a pouch which is  picked1 up: by-the courier *with *^he minimum of delay at each, stop, This.enables  the courier to catch the ferry and 4he mail  to pbnnect -jvith Eastern, flights at .Van-  couver, B.C.,- '- > ' - .' ���-. m . '���'  . ��� On the. oither.hand, of course/printed  matter and other classes of mail-are routed  via Vancouver, This fact, coupled- with  ithe slower handling which is accorded to  this .category of"mailf wouIqI a^unt'.for  some .of the delay to such items. -- ��-   -**1  fI am sprry "fixa..our[enqu^^es^nto'this  matter .we,rer not conclusive,yank I' would  poimt out that, as no record is kept-of unregistered individual' articles of maiif during the course,of post,,it is-not,always  possible to determine exactly How-such a  delay wouldXHaahy Y. *., ',','**  ' Hepse accept the, regrets, of ihe^Post  Office .Department for' $te inconv��mwnce  occasioned by the^ delay to your iFetaew.  The cnvelope-coycirs whi-thyMj provided  for enquiry purposes.are*returned herewith.        .    '      r   "' '   -  �����  �� r ������  ' i* f-  Regional Board  and . committee member Mr, JECd- Burritt  outlined objectives of the ojqganizatlon  which recognize that from'the ranks; of  children today will conte"the l^dcrs'-of:  world affairs tomorrow- By exejiangmg  the best thai child-ten are creating 'in the  humanities ,and sciences: it is hopedylb  he.*p lay the foundations for world peace  through unders^nding.  IJarbour-district and. suggested a proteiSt  be registered with the BCHI&due p)-iimr  delay ih'approving, the proposed centre.  -He said-the -pwsent quarter^; -lack'i.cejrtalh'  equipment- and .-present ^service-"is ^uch'  ''4J3at^rw'^te,the;-reffide��ts of ihearea are  b^ins 7di^cjruvimtod: against,- -,.---.-��� ���-.���-,  ���, Acting chairman Frank West ��� pointed  out' tha<t at this, time the -plans have not  ��V  ��it����#* **���  Childicn's  Choir, visit  to . ��vcn been^pprov^l jn;principle. /T^r  agreed and suggested a tetter to BCHIS  shou-Jd stress the necessity of these serv,-  jces for Pender Harbour. ''We have the  opportunity to get a doctor in providing  we get this clinic," he said.  It was also pointed ou<t that so far tlie  Board has not received any of the money  collected through taxation for opera-ling  British Columbia is the first such international exchange and the Provincial  Government, many large locally based industries and companies, clubs and individuals contributed financially to make  the visit possible,  Representing  the  Provincial, Govern-  -hmt�� page  \**4  ?**������  Jta. 1 ,   ,, *A  ^  Many complaints  " 1  West Porpoise Day  ANOTHER valuable property has chang-  ���cxl hands at Wcsst Porpo'm: Bay and ihe  new owners, a grouo of Vancouver busl-  npssmwi, plan an **ar)y start on a high  class, service subdivision to accomodatte at  least titty homtsv in the $25,000 to $3*0,000  bravkct.  Plans were o^lined by reprcecnto-  1 tivt-s ot U��c Kn. up who appeared at last  rt-Rular meeting of Scchclt Village Council, Wcdrowday, July 2. Clcarinfi and road  construction is expected to start shortly  by Osborne lagging and Mr, T<*d Osborne  was also present.  Spcakint; for the group, Mr. Otitx^nie  u.��id Information regarding roadm and p<����-  filblc wrvicea was m.-��Jo.i cwnBidcratlon at  this time, he added that the unx>p hwi no  desire to work against council in any way  and had every intention of conforming to  existing Hylaws. It is planned to put a  full width road' tbnn.gh she 'property  which orxtld .rvcntuaiSy ml, off the hill 0**  the Wetet Porpoise Bay R��ad. fiide rrfci-  den.J-iil *cxtw roads would then branch  off tht. main r*x-d with, public aeec��s kept  open tt> the wfiterfront A eommtjnal Ijoat  anchorage will also be conjrtructed for Oic  -subdivision residents.  Atkvd If village pl.'inr. vware to that  area. Mayor Bill .Swain wid ")f we h*'**d  th*** funds (ivailable n fytlem w<��ild  v4UwJ-t iiJiMV, uatortuiuV.ly, at tlih  ..o  **>  WC Jack 1Mb funds and population". Alderman Norm Watson added that' present  ecwci* plan* do not extend that far,  Mr, Osborne suggested council p-l^hl  change its mind with ajchi homes going  up In the area. Alderman Morgan  Tliompeon commented -"that will be up to  the resident-,".  Mayor Swain explained that at the  present time c<juncil docs not have *;uffi-  cient borrowing power to go tor a sewer  By.Htem, at the game time we need more  homes and the time la not f��r away when  a *o.ste*n will have to be put through.  Total area of the proposed *subdivf$i<. n  ��a about 25 acres and Osborne explained  that the main r<����i through* could, if ap-  piov<-d, l�� extended through adjacent  property and Joining the pj-e&cnt rosid  ftirther on, thus cutting off the steep hill  .fcad ��harp beads.. .    , , .Aid,.. Thompson , advised, ihat tills  would JfT tjp to the property owners Involved, otherwise he could ��c no objection, as to the yew age disposal, this would  be a matter for the Union Board of 1I��-<��Jth  from whom approval would be required  }>efore any building could be carried out.  Couix-Jl approved the proposals in  piineiple ��n<l Mi>;i;<-.1/*d th.e troup pre-  paie pr'jjx'r plans ��nd t-ubu.it to council  when mdy to procred.  Nico Catch  Not quile' a prize winner in Oie Pender Harbour Fishing Derby, in fact  U��o biggest salmon was twice this  size, but a irrigbiy nice catch (or 13-  year-old Dean Wehtworlh ol Vancouver. Dean landed his 15 lb. 8 oz.  Spring in Lee's Bay at 1 p.m. Sunday,  Just in time foi* final weigli-Sn, but all  the b-�� ernes*were caught Saturday,  the- winner being Archie Seott-s 31  fjoumler which was on its wijy to tljc  Old Folks Home at Siimmerland  when this picture was taken.  Garbage collection  scheduled July 15th  RIQGIONAL Board announced this week  that, garbage collcc-lion in the areas  which voted for the pcrvlcc will oommenr-e  July 15, Sunshine Coast Contractors had  hoped to commenee earlier than this date  but delays in delivery of pome equipment  held *tbcm back.  Taxaitioj) applied to garbage colled i<-*u  for this year, ^tate* the Board, is a pi*>-  porlional amount and uny curpIuK will  "l>c applied to thh"&ttvk* in J&70. TbourJ*  prtmrwrial tak notions are 'received )**  June the tax in actually levied from January I, and all Itegiooal Ptotrlct budgetting  j�� lx-*ed on tfie ctD'lendtr year.  In iho W*��t Howe So��4nd and S��'ch<'U  Garbage Collertion areas the f^rvke will  provide, for .coWedicm of two standard  gailwr.e containers ftimi eaeh proj-o-i".*.  every two  v.��K"-kp.  Piovi.��.iojwl   tciM-dule   of collection*.  �����  ���-.dverti;e*d ctowhtftf in thia n*:**-fcpi>u.  LACK OF" attention to work involving the  Secheit   Waterworks    brought'   forth  canustic comments at last meeting of Secheit Council and although it was,s-ug- ,  gested, the company be informed, of ,<��*in-  yil's dissatisfaction, it was |dceided to leave  'the matter for ttw.* attention of ithe Itoads  Chairman   Harold   Nelson,   absent  from  -thefncetln^."' ���"- - s' -"-''��� * -" *   For almost Awo years attempits have  been made to p.% toe company to fill in  nits left ocroE-Tvillage roada Which have,  been the ntnult of laying water pjp<*��.  'Sofi^s'ot jponnespopdenoft bji-wecn the vi?1-  ,)ago *ji)d,tlie company lias proved to'no  flvail. Eea-nt (.���omplajnt.-s have involved  leakage Stom a four-Inch pip<. near Botile-  vard Wftjch has cauwd considerable in-  convenle-ioe.  Clerk Ted Haynor told council he had  written again to the company but had  received no reply.  Past  complaints  against "the   watTT-  .worka have involved dlriy water which  finally caused the operator of a laundromat to dispose ot Uw business.  Alderman Norm Watson suggested tJhe  company he informed council plans im-'  provenwjte along IJouk-vard ��nd would  apprtjeiate repalra to the broken pipe. Aid.  Thompson commented, "it is not good  chough.'* 7 .   '   . ' ' ',      ': ', Y  I sewnt tffxo  .. Number ��� ot���,smmll propndn. on. council.  agenda wns crjtkir^d by Mayor Bdl  Swain who'Kuggevted that if no action Is  to be (laltcn on tticm, then tliey should be  removed fnom the agenda. He said, ,*"We  have $2,W> down for waterfront Improve-  mewtj we bpc talking of a beautifteatjon  project, also otJwr umall pjoj.*ct��. T1m*s<*  are tabled meeting after me^-ting .awl  nMJ-jng iv gdiUnc done. 1, fe.*| A<*w��*ra  rhouM be top prioriiy and although ye*.'  Jijvp* f/icquicntly fJialed we n.*cd M-weru y<M  law: b'Jdgcttcd Jorthe-C otbir thin^u tahd  aic doing northing."  ��� Alderman Wa-tscm agreed, -that jmbttcy  ha* \>ecn btidgetted for the waterfront M  Mk rate of $��<H. Q per year. He caidhc h4s  discussed the matter with 'the corfrac-tol-,  Mr. Ted Osb9rn^*, who-hoa suggested rath/*  er .tlian do .sufficient for one year's bud-  getted amount he would ;be -prepared -to  -do two years -while oi> 4hc job ahdi iwfllcd.  toe second payment when convenient to ,  ���council..*' ��� ���      ' *'     ������ , ��� ,  ,,   . -  Mayor, Swain- pgreed this would In  'fine bu|t added, ''l/A'p get, on -with *H  then, not table i\ each moeting." He -poii-t-  <*d 'out that the street bcautificaition  Kheme would cost abotit $500. '  Aid, Chuck Itodway stated Im: felt such  monies rshould go toward dtb<*r the waterfront project or, preferably, sewers. Aid,  Tliortipwft argued that this waa poiny  pinching for $500 would mean nothing a$  far m either major project is concerned.  , "y/c h*iy�� ,to consider other smaller proj-  cd* also," bo. said, Tbompaob also stated  that tbf! Mayor jwieviotisly opposed''sewers.  Mayor &waJn ppinted out that the way  things arc going. ecwflg>e is a vital iw?ce��-  jrfty and will be essential before too long.  "In Hie meantime'I Miggcst we pick out  something we can do," he adxfc-4.  cHAylELP^,  ftepKWlirig on recent mecding of the. Ite-  gionaf"Boa��l, Mayor Swain ��said it was*  apparent. a HrSfi nurnber_ of ,people, op-  pcKned the propf.t*ed jpravel pit opemtJon in  " nhcarca.' * ..,'..  Aid, Watson ��aid he coiild see little  cau�� for alarm e��d <toe�� p*^. wr mtti-  etent evidenoe to cwrdemn it unfeess it ia  dr-urtically different to any ,��wh c^x-ra-  tlona he tvas mxn. He agneed -that BrW-  tania B.*acti It m*t a thing of beauty but  SC.-3 n</tliing wrr��ig v.'ith it.  Aid. Th(��n.iw��*i ftf.reed and ;idderj tJ_:*t  3ie dn':T. not f*-e Jt any won* than logging  oprr-iliopr*.  it .deteriorate. "He said "that-if an additional 400'fwtwas added to the' runway  it would be possible to use it conunerciai-  3y, "Wc could jperhaps-'g^t outside airlines  to u^e it for a stop which would be jgood,  however, this would be* too big a* project  for'rthc village/' he sai<Ly   ,: ������';*.-' ,"-;;- y-'Y    ,  Mayor "Waliy Peterson of ;Gibso*is commented, that the DOT has1 indicated it is  not prepared to pay anything toward improvements, He agreed the airport should  be made cpmmercjalas a mearus of becoming self jsppporting and added: ''If both  villages coniSnuc with the grants presently !  made together with ah equitable grant  from the outside areas, sometoing could  be done, unfortunately", iv'c hkvel no way  of colleding from outside* yet it ;ls of  benefit to all.''  Stating "we-arc ,up against lack of  popiiJ'atloir) and money*" Mayor Swain  added: "If we could encourage people into  the area rather, than drive them out we  would' be', able to pay for ibe. airport,"  lie said the airport today is probably ,  worth $100,000. 7  Director Cliff Gilker .suggested this  miglJt hot be the time for the I3oard to  get into ihie airport jn that it is a question  of priorities. He was referring to water  and garbage, presently taking tip a greM  deal of,Board business.  PUMP PROBLEM  Director Archie Rutherford drew intention to a situation* involving a private  dump at Itedrooffs which, lie stated, "is  becoming a health' liazard."  He explained that tlie dump, property  of Mr, J. Cooptr, is used by people from  various parts of (the Sunshir*'- Coast, it  badly needs cleaning up and rata (Uwre  are c��'atlng a probtem. While lAr, Cooper  ha*, no desire to sell the dump a��-��a, Rutl.-  crford suggested the Board miglit consider  an arrangement with Cooper on a temporary basis and put a bulldozer in to  straighten it out.  It was agreed the administrator,  Charles Gooding, investigate tlie eitoation  and check with Mr, Cooper,  MILL COK^LAINT  Protest of a email mill which ha;s been  Jn operation for eome time at Wc#t Scchclt was registered at a previous meeting by u few residents of the area Involved. Brought up for further dfucuu,-  $lorl,' Dinoctor Rutherford 'expressed the"  view tliat Qve Board should cxerci<se care  in attempting to stop all cuch ^secondary  induBtries.  Mayor Peterson agrc<*d and comroented  "we Mill have to eat." Dirrsctor GilKer repeated n fact .tak-d at last meeting to Um:  effect that the mill has'been in oprrtttkm  for a period of time and th.-rcforc, tfwrc  Is nothing the Bo��rd can Actually do.  Mr. Gooding eaid be has written to tlw*.  owneii fjut lias n*jt yni ix*a-iv��rid * reply.  Board finally moved tbe mailer be  turned over to the planning committee for  furth'-r rec*>tni-w*i.d*dlons.  I-.'-it word fftxn Director Itutherford  v;;is "ttila ncreatum t-mtin<-Sb can be over*  diMU..**  t ' .  . #.,��. \.,^n.^v  * ��  *   **��*(.- *- J1  ijx*.  >.   ���**<--. i1^..  I** *&-yi 1. fc��-)(^_l_^,,>WiyTtJ-u���  '    . v     ���*    /   J. ' . -- n * I). 1 1 1 1 t 1       ^ j ��  Sih*^*. ��J��.^lA,dy-^��k,,-ijr.*.)t.*-ty  ^^-*-w~^-iv^M.(Tl--*>^^i^'l*p' ^--1*"*^ *^i*V5l*-4gh*Ji^v^**,^"P-t*l' ***W*�� ���t-fVlf-^H  -YYi  Page, A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Jilly 9, 1969  ,"lM>"p**;        iiinnini*iiii  ipmw^ii������ 1   1 -1 ������  1 .pii-w ^)WWW-^WM��il��l> WBumw.u���li iw.H i    >��� iipmi      .nmitummmmm  rMiritfn��toim__MM  REAL ESTATE (CoiiHnued) f >EM OTATEyJ&tttiftipd)   AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)   FOR SALE (Continued. LEGALS (CohHnued)     , r , LEOALS (Continupd): V  '1  *fl  ^HEPfiNINSUIA^^ Sechelr - Wtone 885-9654  '  Classified  4.6   AC.RESY'with  ��s' room'^-WATERFRONT' w ^"Choice  house,    partly,   landscaped;       beach lots. ��uy'^y^ Going  - -' - -^o.      <Cfcn._ .  ...    .__���'����.���_<._______:..       ?  *.MMIMIIB��1����n��tW��WMIWni��U��MWWWflW  Published Wednesday by  The Peninsula Times Ltd., ,  -*t Secheit, B.C.  FOR RENT  Member, Audit- Bureau  of-Circulations  March 31, 1969  Crass Circulation 2360  fold Circulation 2081  -  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-BWefs (12 words)  One Insertion ���, 75c  _$1.50   15c  Three Insertions ,������  Extra lines (4 words) -  (This rote does not apply to .  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extro  25c Book-keeping charge is added  ,   - for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication dote.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.,  ' Display  advertising  ��n  classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula orea ���$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By moil, special citizens ���-$3 yr.  By carrier. 50c month  COMING EVENTS   TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons,  Wed. July 9th to Fri. July  11th., "The Shuttered -Room",  starring Gig Young. & Sat. *  Tuly 12th, MomJuly 14th, &  Tues. July 15th., "Rachel,  Rachel", starring Joanne  Woodward, RESTRICTED.  2856-32  OBITUARY  EGNER: Passed away on July  5th, 1969, Arnold Sehnar  Egner, age 72 years of Oyster  Bay Road, Pender Harbour,  B.C, Survived by his loving  .wife, Clair; 2 brothers; and  other relatives. Funeral service was held 'on Tuesday,  July 8th at 2 p.m. from the  Family Chapel of the Harvey  Funeral Home, Rev. D. Morgan officiating, Cremation.  2857-32  - ���   ��� r  CARD OF THANKS  THE Anglican Church Women  would like to thank Mr. and  Mrs. Jack Whaites for use of  their house and grounds for  garden party���Thanks also to  all who helped.  '        2849-32  PERSONAL  _nn��i--_--.i.   pi  ������,���..-.n   ���-��_.��.�������� ���������___�������� ������������fi��������i.������  ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,  P.O. Box 294, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-9327, or 886-2979.  2457-tfn  HELP WANTED  SHORT order cook & breakfast, cook wanted at Pender  Harbour Hotel. Ph. 883-2377.  2804-31  PART   time   practical   nurses  required at St. Mary's Hospital, Secheit,  B.C.  835-2224.  2850-32  WAlTRESSING   &   chambermaid,  also  young  man  for  kitchen   duties.   Jolly   Roger  Inn, 885-9998. 2860-32  SMALL dffiee to rent, "Whit-  aker-bloek Davis* Bay; 885-  2280,.    ���',.    ���    Y     2563-tfn  HALL for re'ntr-Wilson Creek  Community   Hall, -.Contact  Mr/H. Aubih at 385-9575..1 ,-  : * YY '   .    2635-tfh  1 BEDROOM suite on waterfront.  Self  contained,, furnished. By week or by month-  Call 885-2153 after 6 pxn.  2848-34  SMALL   2    bedroom   house,  . close to bus and shopping.  $85 a .month. Phone 885-2845.  ,   *    *     2858-32  UNFURNISHED one'bedroom  suite with fridge, stove, carpet. $70 month. 2 units available August' 1st -Ph. .885-2862.  _  -2829-tfn-  VACATION accomodation in-  new view home near Beach.  Use of kitchen. Business wpm-  an. Day or Week. Ph. 885-9401  after 8 p.m. - '        .   2830-lfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SPARE TIME  INCOMEL 'Re*-  "fiUing arid e-bllecttng -money  from     NEW- .TYPE-- -high-  quality coin-operated* dispensers in your area, -No, selling..  To qualify you must have car,  references, $600, to, $2900 cash.  ��� Seven to twelve hours weekly  can net excellent monthly, income.   More   full  time.   .For  personal    ' interview-      write  CANAPENN, DISTRIBUTING  "LTD., 302 .OUELLETTE AVE.,  WINDSOR,    ONTARIO.    Include phone number.   2838-32  WANTED   WILL purchase patches of  - standing timber. Phone 886-  2459. 1681-tfn  PENINSULA evergreens salal  wanted ��� Please contact J.  H. Hayes at Secheit, B.C. Ph.  885-9962. .-   2837-tfj_.  WANTED ��� Wood and coal  " stove or combination electric and wood. 385-2068.  2845-32  WANTED TO BUY  WANTED ������ Copy of Laura  Linton's f'Qf.Days & Driftwood". Phone 886-2632.  2833-32  MOBILE HOMES  50'  x 8' National trailer,  in  top shape. $3,550. 883-2555.  2661-tfn  SAW MILL���  -    PLANER WORKERS  Steady Employment  Also operator with mechanical  experience for small cat and  other equipment. $2.75-$3,25.  Must be permanent residents  In thb area and have reliable  transportation!. No drifters-  Phone 885-9722 day or eves,  2800-tfn  10'   x 40'   Regal  2   bedroom  mobile home. Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park. 886-9826.  2715-tfn  PETS  POODLES,       clipping       and  grooming,    years    of    experience. Phone 886-2601.  2420-tfn  FREE to good homes only, 2  nutered cats,  VA  yrs.  old.  885-9531. 2821-33  LIVESTOCK  2    ADULT    Toulouse    geese,  good layers. Ph. 886-2617.  2835-32  lots of small evergreen and  fruit ^rees. Ideal sight for a  turkey bf~;small family farm.  \V% mills'from blacktop road,  below lake, 20 minutes from  shopping centre by car. Spring  Water, $8,000 cash. Phone "886-  9397. .,   _ ,     ���-   2844-33  DAVIS BAY���Arbutus Drive,  , ��� 1500 sq. ft, spacious' medallion home.* 20 x 36 carport. 4  pc.-' bath. 3 bedrooms, Agei  family.room. Cabinet kitchen.  Good view, Some mortgage  available H. Avbin. 885-9575.  ,   ' -.Y                     2862Ttfn  ��� i... i ,.,  ,.    I*,,', '  , IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer . _ ;  ���Continuous, advertising in  four newspaper***/  ���-Effective and proven, advertising in our catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales staff of  seven in two offices on the  Peninsula.  ���Twenty-four hour ansivpr-  -    ing seri*ice.Y  ,~No charge to you if there is  no sale.      - -..      -  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-21S1 "     .  -   Box 155, Secheit," B.C,  Box 369,  Gibsons, B.C.  .2181-tfn  ** j   '  WWMHWpHW ���MHP.���P.   ������!       H.IH.I.I ^.M-l...,,!...  THE SUN SHINES ON  ' SECHELT VILLAGE'  . -LUSCIOUS ��� 4 bedroom  home. Beajn ceiling living  room with floor to ceiling  fireplace.. Wall-to-wall . carpeting. A-oil furnace, double,  plumbing. Venetian fence ensures priyacy, carport. This  home is a gem at $22,900.  50' Waterfront Lot. $7,800.  WILSON CREEK '��� 2.4  acres, creek, 2 bedrooms, basement, A-oil heat $16,900.  WATERFRONT ��� 181 ft,  sheltered by Island,, finished  home with full width sun-  deck. Extra 2 room cabin,  $33,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW -LOT���  cleared ��� fruit trees ��� $4500.  MIDDLEPOINT. ��� 4 acres  vsrith 423' waterfront Post &  beam summer home, $45,000.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast.  '. TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  marina, 2 lots $1600 each,  ���--Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392*   *  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Secheit, B.C.  2839-32  fast, Stop\in at our-office at  HalfroooriVBay for, pamphlet  Phone ,885-9683.    t j - 2694-tfp  EXCEP-ENf commercial Jot  ���centre Secbelt-i-toghway location,-, level ij_d' chared. All  service* available. .Box . H04  Peninsula Tftnes.. f ,*   1104-tfo  SSKSJ^8B. L^^Sr   W^way 7 niilc,   rubber-fair.  GET your hands on a Toyota  ���You'll never let go. Japan's -largest selling Vear, For  infonriation on tWs automobile -  call Dafr Fye sit' 885-9602,     :  -    rWyf-F, .' ���/-'��� ^728-tfa  1967  VOLKSWAGENj custom"'  for sale,* $1200 cash. Ph.'885-  9979, .'   .    "���   '    r ,    -2847-34  ��� i...Jm , ,.,.._.'? L-_-_,  1956--V4-TON truck, near,jiew  conditfo^y, f owner,-.38,000  plus suite, 2 br; ��loa.Fheat.  fireplace; vcol, .plumb,,: * iool  shed, carport; shout level 'walk  to shops, P.O. & tieaeh.". Price  $32,090. Owner F. B/Hilh Box  515, Secheit, B.C,   *   2824-36a  i    ��� _���_______>*-* >-   ' -  CHARLES ENGLISH4LTD.  Gibsons, B-C,    .      / ,886-2481  Specializing in Vyest- Howe  Sound, Gibsons ami Roberts  (Zreek properties.'  ,  Call J; E. White*-..  .,     (Eves. 886-2935)  (    -_2805-tfn  26 ACRES. fTwo; )ereeks.  House, barn," large,-shop,,650'  on Sunshine Coast ',Htghway.  Real Investment, $29,500,* F.P.  No. 1036,     , .  -      -   J''   *-  s 90 x 250, .Seclielt jSemi-  Waterfront lots.. 'HHxpetX, .serviced, $3950. F.P. No. 1173. .  ���Waterfront Cottage^ $8,600  full price.. Furnished, % bedrooms, fireplace, % rooms RJ.  basement. Selma Park.' No^  1125;-  ������*  Secheit Retirement. 2"bedroom cottage on large garden  lot Range Fridge included  $9,750 FP, No, 1081.-.   --  Outstanding View, Davis  Bay. 1400 sq. feet 3 bedrooms  plus ln-haw Suite. Owner will  accept 2 bedrooni house frailer in' trade, $24,900 FP, "  Call Jack Anderson 885-2053  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  885-2161. Secheit B.C.  2841-32  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  REAL ESTATE  WORIC WANTED  CUSTOM    rock    drilling    &  blasting. Phone 883-2227.  2431-tfn  WILL take care of child 2 yrs.  or under by day, week or  month. Ph. 885-9973.   2800-33  EXPERT  carpenter.  Cablncb.  or what have you. Ph. 883-  2201,            ,   2575-tfn  CHUCK'S Painting & Decorating.   Interior ��� Exterior.  Call 885-2375. 2559-tfn  DRESSMAKING   and  altera^  tions. Phone 8Q5-210O.  2708-33  NEED a spring clean up?  Can't cec the water for  trees? Let us solve your tree  problem**. We limb, top and  fall trees expertly pnd to your  satisfaction. Free estimates,���  all work insured- Phone 885-  2100, 2287-tfn  TILLICUM Chimney S��*vice.  Eaves cleaned' nnd repaired.  Painting, gnrdcoing, janitor  ucrvice, odd )ol��s etc. All work  guaranteed, RR1 Sccheliy Ph.  8*3*5-2191  preferably evening**.  2754-tfn  :SUNSHINE Coast area. Cnr-  iwntxr, master diploma 1952,  available now. A**k for r��f-  ewnec ��� Llncolns Construction. Box 6, RR 1, Madeira  Park or Contact party on Mc-  Llntock's Rd, Indian Wc  Marina. 2831-33  2 BEDROOM home at Selma  Park. Large lot, $14,500 F.P.  Easy terms. Private sale. Ph,  885-9385,  \      2785-32  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good   681-9700  collect or 736-5033  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  ,   WE TRADE HOMES  2242-tfn  GIBSONS���Large view lota  ��� till village services A fantastic buy at $2,250 with only  $1,000 down.  Fully ecrvioed two bedroom  part basement home on view  lot In village. Auto-oil furnace. Full price $14,000. Terms.  Waterfront ��� Fully ecrviced  lot In Gibsons Harbour with  excellent moorage or wharf-  Ofje. 80 ft frontage on ��afo  beach. Fabulous view property. Full price $8,800.  SELMA PARK ��� Fully  (serviced view lot with gentle  slope, Cleamt and ready for  building. Full prk�� $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Semi-  watcrfront, fully serviced lots  a few Bteps from *afe, uandy  beach   and   boat   launching.  .Sheltered ��� -salmon������ fiiWng  waters. Priced at $2,750 to  $3,000,  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  Mackay at 886-0000   eves.  880-7088,  PINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons BurquiUam  2313-31  EGMONT: Delightful 3  room cottage in attractive  | landscaped setting ��� glorious  view. Offered at $15,000 fully  furnished Call DON TAIT���  883-2284.  ALSO: With 800, excellent  shore, numerous desirable  bldg sites. Float and net .shed.  Older home requires some re-  finishing. Ideal Marina site in  the "Big Fish Country", Priced  to sell at $45,000, Call DON  TAIT���883-2284 or K. Butler  886-2000,  WEST SECHELT; Lovely  garden soil, unfinished 2  bdrm home, approx. 5 acres,  fruit trees, good well** Only  $2,500 down.  ROBERTS CREEK: Unique  little summer home, partly  furnished, good lot, close to  water and fitore, pnly $5500  full price.  Ideal Summer Recreation  Spot: 2 acres with owners  home and 3 rente! units. 105'  good sandy beach, lots of  tools nnd furniture thrown In.  Priced at only $30,850,  Lovely bldtf. lot, year round  creek, % ncre, on paved road,  only $2300.  Corner lot VA ncres, -stream,  bldg site cleared, I Priced at  only $4000. '  A must���you have to Bt-tJ  this to appreciate the possibilities. Small homo with  guest cabin. 50* wft Fruit  trees, flowers etc. Complete  privacy. Only $16,000, Temia  possible.  Level comer Jot, 4 acres  close to village. Offered at  $5000,  Centre of Gibsons���2 suite  home ��� one 3 bdrm and ono  ���1 bdrm. A-oil heat. Clow to  everything. $8000 ��� glvea  possession ojkI rent of other  Euite helps pay for it  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  Twenty acres close to Gibsons, between two, blacktop  roads, southerly slope, creek  and spring, $25,000. Terms.  Close   to    Roberts    ��reek,  " beach and shopping,  approx.  214  acres, $8,000 cash. MLS.  Large lot, 113 ft. on blacktop, close to Roberts Creek:  $2,200.  Davis Bay: 2V*i acres wonderful view land, with three-  bedroom home, swimming  pool, gravel pit, saw mill and  welding shop, community water, fruit trees: $54,000 on  terms. Can be had without  the mill and shop at $50,000.  Gibsons village: Family  view home, 4 bedrooms, full  concrete basement, on large  Jot, fenced, bathing pool, patio  garden, $21,500 cash.  Handy man special, .84 acres,  3-bedrm older home, ren.,  unfin. duplex in view position:  $4,000 down. $12>000 full price.  Ruby' Lake Cottage  on 7-4  acre waterfront lot, handy to  all facilities, water and power  laid   on:   Full   price  $12,225,*  terms.  Summer cabin resort on  best beach, 2 acres, ptivate  road, 4 cabins, water, light  and phone, steady summer  tenancy; $36,000 full price,  terms,  Granthams: Good res, view  area: 3 bedroom home, 17x19  view living room, concr, basemen*, landscaping: $5,000  down on $18,000 full price.  Secheit, Boulevard lot,  $11,000 cash.  'Porpoise'' Bay, Waterfront lot,  75 feet front: $7,000.  Building lots, Business Opportunity.  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Wortman       886-2393  Vince Prcwer       886-9359  292 Big 6 motor,,3 speed, long  wide box, asking $600 as is;"  885-9542.,-/.',-, '2852-tfn  1958t Austin'ASS in Al condition,' new jvalire job, reliable transpbrtation, best offer,  885-2039.'' _   "* 2853-32  SECHELT VOLKSWAGEN  Y'*$9YW;s  From $1898 EP.  COPPING-MOTORS LTD.  885-2812' ',-885-9646  See Herbie, .The I*ovebug .  100% Financing  2282-tfn  TRAVEL. . '     '"' -  FOR all travel information arid  bookings, Margaret MacKenzie (local rep), Eaton's Where  To Go^avel^BSG^fteO.'Gibsoiis.  9968-tfn  BOATS ond ENGINES     .         ���I   IW   lllll    MM ������-������I    IIIIB-, ���    11   SPQRT5AAAN-- > .  fibreglass.,Canopies  ; *  All models- Also Cartopper  Fibreglass -Boats., fr-lO-11 and  12 Feet F.OJB, Factory prices,  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  Secheit, B.C.      Ph. 885-2812  Trade your, Car, Boat or .: . *?  2454-tfn  18  FT.  6  inch, Gten-I^-Witt  qabinx cruiser.  _ Sleeps   2.  Marine head. Volvo equipped,  885-9602. . 2755-32  15'  Cadilac  aluminium boat  35 h.p. Evinrude, vrith trail- *  er &- tarp. 885-2007.    2359-tfn  18   FT.   clinker  built   cabin  cruiser. 50 bp Mercury O.B.  Electric start Al. condition^  885-9582. , ,       .#797-31  Box 238, Gibsona, B.C.  2840-32  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  " ' Gibsons'," B.C.   Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  K. Butler  Ron MeSavnney  Ed Butter  Don TaH  886-2000  -080-0050  B8O-2O0O  883-2284  2012-31  CAHS and TRUCKS  WILL trade 1906 fully equipped, excellent car for older  car or Inter model stat. wag. or  van. Call 886-7p42,      282D-34 ,  DEALERSHIP  ANNOUNCEMENT  Honda '69 from $299.00  All new Honda Mini-Trail  Blkea.  DO Traibiers, 450 Honda Road  Bikes.  Avalb-o now at:  COPPING MOTORS LTD,  Secheit, B.C, PJi; 885-2812  Vancouver prices - no freight  Financing available  . . 2535-tta  BOAT Insurance Information.  Marine s Insurance Claims.  Capf. W.'Y, Higgs, Box 339,  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-9546 or  885-9425.        ' 2533-ifn  19*  CABIN cruiser  with 75  bp Chrysler outboard. Good'  i wifejition. ���88fr-a68Q.  , ,28|2-34 '  17 FT. F,G. on plywood cabin  cruiser with 35 hp electric1  start outboard, good condition.  Offers. Phone 885-9489 or 922-  8937.  2859-34  FOR sale ��� V/t hp Elgin outboard motor, '63-'64. $65 includes tank. 885-9392,  2851-32  SACRIFICE sale���lO hp Onitn  inboard motor with acceis-  sories. Asking $100, Ask,for  Doug at 386-2041.      2832-36a  STARCRAFT , . .  Aluminum Boots  All    models,    Demonstration  available  in   18'  6"   Holiday  "V", 100 h.p- outboard. F.O.B.  Factory prices etart at $235.  Direct factory dealer  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  ScChelt, B.C.      Ph, 885-2812  Trade your Car, Boat or ,.. 1  2455-tfn  gpk SALE   ELECTROLUX.   For  Service,  Sales 8t Supplies call 885-  041*1 2712-31  . UPRIGHT grand piano, $250.  2 -violins, y* size, $15. Vi eiJ-e,  $25, Auto Speed Queen washer,, $33. Coleman Cooler. $5.  885-0331, 2820-33  R-UPBER stamps of all des-  <��rljptlona may be obtained  ot The Times, Phone 885-0654.  Quick Service on nil ordcia.  ELECTRIC guitar, bluca styl-  Jng, brand new, worth oyer  $170; with case, strap, spare  fstrwijs. Will pell for $100, Ph.  885-9054. 2794-tfn  160  FT.  of 5  it high cedar  fence. Ph. 385-2395.   2766-32  IF  TV'S  eults-lt'fl   Morgam  eBWmo, Secheit, B.C.  mmtn  HAVE you phoned 885-9946?  \   .    .    ,       7 .   y  *    2834-32  HOOVER  floor polisher,  almost  new,  cheap, -886-9327  around 6 p.m. 2828-34  ,.��� �����.���.��� ������  ���!������I   ������ ...-M.-,.  2 DRUM donkey. Phorie 885-  2084. ' 2823-32 *  ELECTROLUX.   For  Servicb,  Sales & Supplies call 885-  9414.    . 2826-34  3&OVING ��� Wringer *washer  machine like new. Sacrifice  $65, Box spring & mattress  for V* size bed. Also" misc.  items. Ph. 886-2904.    2827-32  1949   DODGE,   $50.   2   boys  * bilces, $15 & $25. 2 violins,  V* size, $15, Vz size, $25. Phone  885-9531, 2861-32  PURO water system, complete -  * with pressure tank and well  pump driven by 110 v, motor.  In good order. W Jabsco  v/ell pump and 5 hp B. & S.  gas engine. Can be seen at  Madeira Park, E. S, Johnstone,  883-2386. . 2122-32  GUITAR, electric semi-acoustic, German-made, brand-  new/ blues styling, with case  and strap, worth over $170,  will 'sell for only $100 cash.  Ph. 885-9654.   , 2855-tfn  VOLT-OhmxAmp meter, with  leads, $15; Assortment of-  resistors, transformers, transistor, picture tube brighten-  ers, tube sockets, clamps and  plugs, the lot, $11; Tube Tester, $30; 4 Assorted 6-10 inch  speakers, $10; Good Quality  4" German-made speaker, $3;  New outdoor trumpet spsak- (  er, $6; Battery charger, $5,  For suick sale, the lot for $75.  885-9654. " 2854-tfn.  SHALLOW -well pump com- ,  plete, motor, tank, gravel  point check valve- Ph- 885-  9619. 2846-33  INGLIS wringer washer. Almost new. 885-2103, 2843-32  CHESTERFIELD & chair, ex-  cellent   condition   $35.   Ph.  886-2338. * 2836-34  BEST -.election of Books on the  Sunshine Coast. The Pathless  Way-Journey To Power-  Ghost Towns of B.C.���The  Story of Medicine. Many hundreds of quality books to choose  from at The Times Bookstore,  Secheit. 885-9654. 2158-tfn  Form-No. 18 .  (Section 82),  LAND, ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease,Land *  *  *-   f *   J" *  In Land; Recording District  of   ' Vancouver, ' B.C.     and  situate' north 'side of Nelson,  Island^,     ' y ' . -   "  Take notice that Dwight E, c  Welwood of Port "Moody, B.C. .  occupation' student intends- to -  apply for a-lease of the fol~.  lowing described lands:���  .   , Form No. 18  (Section'82)  LAND ACT ,  Notice of Intention to Applj'  ." to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Nelson ^Island.. - ,  ���Take notice that Dennis Ed-  (ward Tebby of- .7268-.18th  Avenue, Burnaby 3,, B.C.,  occupation'Plant Engineer intends to,apply for a lease of  the. following described lands;  Commencing v at    a  . post  .'ul'l  Commencing    at- -a*   post    -^^ A ^    H00 ft,east  S^i"J,ffi',,r?rfeSS'' ������ S.EPcomer ofLdt 1425;  thence .300 ft. North;, thence  of unnamed,bay "in Jot 3629;  thence 100' East;.thence 66Q'-  South; ' thence -100' West;  thence 660' North and containing 1-5. acres, more or less,  for the purpose ofsummer"  cottage.', ���     . " - "    -  - Y,,    D. E. Welwood -  Dated*-May 18, .1969.  2716-pub. June 18, 25, July. 2,  9,  106!J  .100 -ft; East; thence 300- ft.  South; .thence following shoreline' to'; point of commerice-  ' ment-and- containing -%* -aero,  more or less, for., the purpose  of residential 7vse,  Qennis Edward Tebby  Dated June Mb, i960,  2725-pub. June 18, 25/July 2,  *. J     ' .-' V *  .,   % 1^9  i.  fy  LEGALS  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B,C, and situate  North side of Nelson Island,  B.C, At post marked beginning 100' S.W. corner adjacent  to D. Wellwood claim in PL 2  of 3629���TL37524.  Take notice that Paul Turner of Burnaby, B.C, occupation student, intends to apply for a ]easesof the following described lands;���  Commencing at a post*  planted in unnamed bay in  jot 3629, Uorth side Nelson  Island; thence 100'7 North;  thence 600* East; thence 100'  South; thence 660* West and  containing VA acres, more or  less, for the purpose of -summer cottage,  Paul, Turner  Dated May 25, 1969.  2756-pub. June 25, July 2, 9,  16, I960  ������!'%  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  ftwn   iBechelt   Kinsmen   at  $3.50 each. Pliono 885-9542,  /(UPlllirP HI P ���!!����������� ��������'��>(��� I   ��l��..l��     *���*�����������. WMiM II l.lWIW!        "I II  SMITH     Corona,     (standard  typewriter With extra-large  type, in new condition, special  at half-price. Phone 885-0v5*|.  2540-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  . jpSl)3^p|brc^��->--R��F?c--  Caava*~Boat Itordware  Comprm^A sir ee-rvice for  ��� ' Eklndiwra air tank*.  ���.ftktndlvcn, avallaJj-to tor  salvage work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phono B8WJ303, Gl^na, R,C.   330f-4fia  b  When you find you must play a shot in which the  ball rests "above" your feet on a sidehill lie (see  illustration), 1, suggest you follov/ two simple procedures-  First, choke up a bit on the cljub. This* shortening  of the grip cojrnp^nsates for the -fact that the ball,  being on the sidehill, is actually higher than normal  and thus closer to your hands.  Second,-aim a bit lo the rigl. t of tH target The  ball will have a tendency to pull to the left from  such a lie. Aiming to the right .of target will bring  it in towards the flagstfct.,  As for the swing itself from such a lie, try tp  make it just as you normally would on a shot from  Jevel ground.  L  7f-8  /Tt, fj 1W NAIt. N*��f�� Syn  ^�����W����?<^^^  ���:$^����S��^  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Coast Land District, Range  1 and situate at (the mouth ot  Quatom River, Ramsey Arm.  Take notice that Merril  Jones & F. W. Culbard of  Stuart Island, B,C, occupation Logger intends to apply  for a lease of the following  deMxibod lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted at the South West  Comer of Indian Reserve No,  5 at tbe mouth of Quatanx  River; thence 300 feet South  along H.W.M.; tbciMx* 100 tixX  Weut; thenco 300 feet Nortli;  thence- 100 feet East to point  of commencement and containing 0.69 ocres**, more or  Jess, for the purpose of constructing o dock.  Dated 2nd June, 1009,  F/VUXulbard  c/o Roy Be Wagcnaar,  1525 rtob��on Stre��-*t,  Vancouver 5, B.C.  2816-pub, July 2, 9, 1*5, 23  ��� Ho!! 'n* Rc:4y Pjper fccJ  * toglc�� Meter,  * Touch Control*  ��� Magic* Margin  # full size keyboard  * *M8��lc* W\m Set  ��� Ti-InPak* Ribbon C'ljr^cr  ��� hmdl&nonholpml  ��� ��ras��r fflblo  �� Uaa finder  ��� Accelerated typo bar action  ��� -to^ged-pil metal Structural design  Plus cholco of pm decorator colore  EASY, TERMS # Ettluflve U^al Fcitees  O  rn.es  i  Phono 8S5-9SS4  Wtei-^^^^g^'^^^-^^^P^^iS^IS^^^^^^^^^^S^  W(1j     #.4^P>w1��pi  I***)  * 41*_��,<*>. "**���'***���   ���  ..������^"���(.W f**����**lh**T^  JW M*  *�� *��frwt* ipI"^"^-" (P- *��� f-* r*" ���  PJrt      *,....,��(,    _u  H>. i.T     .  ' ^t^4d*ta��^w��^��|(f^%����^^*T^-j1wi^%m'.��Jt4��*('   iW'iwfmiM'tt*.**,^.'!***-.**^"'"'!^ ff^t*. ^.tfrrr-e ���U*4*1*+<a^#^l^^i��~t**��&*<Jl'*& iS,. i  * l/*"*"^ ^K^w.  "       *,   "--    '*  '    -*-.  Isakei writes...  "      '      '       " l*1"**'***       i��m4h(p.p."Vp ���<l.��l|l��ll-l'l >I����IW*.  ���from the Legislature/ Victoria .  THIS WEEK I'd like to tell you a little- '  about, what-to me is-one of the most  important, weeks of  1969, and  that is,  -  Pioneer and Elderly Citizens' Week, pro- -  claimed by the provincial government for  June 29 to July 5,  Why do we'single out cur-senior citizens for special attention? We do it because the provincial government feels that  our pioneer and elderly citizens are the  people who contributed so much to the  dynamic growth of our province, the peo- ;  pie who are responsible in a very real  way for ihe many benefits we all enjoy  in our province of beautiful British Columbia today.  And when a group of people make  such a contribution to society, it is fitting  that we, the citizens of British Columbia,  should make a special opportunity to say  "thank, you." And so, a proclamation by .  the government of British Columbia and  signed by -the Hieutenant-governor, has set  this Pioneer and Elderly Citizens' Week-  aside as a time -when, we can each individually show our senior and pioneer citizens a measure of the respect and admiration we have for them, I am hopeful that  service clubs and organizations, city councils, boarding and nursing homes, volunteer organizations, and individuals, will  come up with special activities, luncheons,  parties, or'-whatever is possible to make  this week a particularly meaningful one  for our eldejdly people,  About nine per cent of British Columbia's population is over 65 years of age,  and tijiis year the Provincial Government "  will contribute $7% million to meet their.  various needs, such as the subsidization of  old age security, supplementary social allowances, old age assistance, senior citizen-  counsellor, programs; and grants for the *  provincial government's one-third participation in the cost" of senior citizens hous-.  ing projects. Ih addition to this $7% mil-'  lion, the provincial government also spends  very substantial sums for hospital care for .  senior citizens, and for the subsidizing of -  medical care premiums under the B,C; -  Medical Plan.     -    -       *  A lot has* been accomplished during  recent years, and we .hope to accomplish'  much more to add to the comfort of our -  senior citizens.   One of the worthwhile  programs that has been established is our,"  senior citizen counsellors program and I  can't speak too highly of it  The senior  citizens -themselves have appointed a counsellor from among their own ranks, and "  in each community where a counsellor  is active, many wonderfuji things haye  been accomplished, both with individual  senior citizens and with groups of 'them.  A counsellor may dimply be a visitor -who .  drops in for a friendly chat and a cup of  tea to ease the loneliness of a senior citi-  -jen, or the counsellor may be an organizer  who meets-v/hh service clubs and organizations and gets them interested in per-  fi  - >  _.��  fjt  N.       .**  ���*��  7     *  P*.  ,1  ���* *��  i\-  &  Kurt Hoehne, Servers were: Mrs, Bubbles-  Creighton. Mrs. GlAdy&mtchiemd Mrs.  Gladdie Prost,      -       '       -        '     "  For her daughter's wedding, the bride's  mother wore a pink lace sheath with jacket and white accessories and a white carnation corsage.  Mother of the groom chose a jaale blue  brocade suit with' white accessories and  white carnatioh corsage.  For the wedding journey to Banff, the  onde changed into a pale mauve rayon  crepe sheath with acetate and nylon lace  duster and white accessories.   '  Upon their return, Mr, and Mrs. Clark  John Dougal'l will take up residence at'  1272 Headlands, Gibsons, BJC.  Out of town guests included; Mr, and  Mrs, Ernest McKay, -Mrs, B.'Waldie, Mrs.  Bee Blake of Kimberley; Mr, and Mrs,  Eugene McKay and Jill from Marysville;  Mr. and Mrs. L, E, Sanderson of Cran-  brook; Mr. and Mrs, B. Fairbanks of Lil-  looet; Mrs. Lil Morrison of Kamloops; Mr.  and Mrs, A. Dougall and Bob of Vancouver; Mr. Ken Ross, Vancouver; Miss Cheryl Gwilliam, Mr, Greg Gwilljam, Mrs, G,  Seracie and Shelley of Xfewr Westminster;  Shiela McNeil, North Surrey; Mr. atjd  Mrs. Roy Helset, Wells, B.C.; Mrs. Halli-  day and Dave, Vancouver; Mrs, M, Dougall, White Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Mel  Roach, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. A- Dougall Jr., North Surrey; Mr. and Mrs, Scot-  ty Kim-near, Mr, and Mrs, A, Crowe,  Vancouver; Mr, and Mrs. G. Plant and  Brenda, Kimberley; Mr. and Mrs. T. N.  McNeil, Halfmoon Bay; Mrs. R, Brewer,  Mrs. S. Zwiek, Mrs. T. B, loan, Mrs.  Tutte, Mr, Victor Tutte, Vancouver; Mr,  Lloyd St. Eloi, Vancouver; Sirs. F, Mc-  Elroy, N. Surrey; Mr. and Mrs. Vistaunet,  Vancouver.  Whittafcer-Suadqais!  ^ fJS��SZtrJST-^  united ai Garden Bay & canr^pre^nuo^  CAN A- PERSON do anything to prevent  ON MONDAY, June 30,' in St Mary's  Church, Garden Bay, Rosina, "Freda  Sundquist, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs, Ted  Sundquijst became tlte bride of Bn.ce  Richard Whittaker, son' of Mr. and Mrs.  Henry Whittaker, both families are lorig  time residents of Pender Harbour, B.C.  Wearing a short gown of white lace  oyer -taffeta, the bride carriedpa bouquet  of red jose buds. Maid of honor was *thev  bride's sister- Karlene, gowned in a blue  linen A-line dress with lace sleeves; she  carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations.  Best man was Mr. Neil Whittaker,  brother of the groom.  Reception was held in the Eagle Lodge  dining room, Garden Bay, after which  the young couple left for Vancouver before flying to Prince Rupert where the  42 ft, trailer Storm Prince awaited them.  They will return in September to take up  residence at Pender Harbour, B.C,  cancer?  The Canadian Cancer Society says yes;  In its publication "Cancer Facts 1909" it  states that an increasing knowledge .about  causes is making a great deal of. cancer  preventable.  Most cases of cancer of-the lung car-  be prevented by not smoking cigarettes.  Cancer of the cervix in women can be  completely prevented by the "Pap" smear  technique. Cancer of the skin can be  prevented in many instances by not overexposing oneself to excessive sunlight^  says the publication.  Writing  fancy-free.  with flair is fact-tight and  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School ���-10.00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 835-9665  All Welcome  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S-SECHELT  9.30 cm.���-Every Sundoy  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE - REDROOFFS  11 o.m, July 13, 27, August 10, 24  SAINT MARY'S - GARDEN BAY  11.30 a.m, July 6, August 3  7.30 p.m. July 20, August 17  Phone 685-9673 or 885-9440  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sundoy School 10;00 o.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSEUS  Dovis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks tip from High��sy)  --Mr--aRd*Mss>-Cla7k-J<>h-^ Dougall _..  ,  ,  '.'������<.'     ' -   ���Photo by Dennis Gray.Sechelt  DouqaU'McKav  ���r �����.*n-��- -j .-  Gibsons United CMmrdli  r * p* * *  for pretty June wedding  GIBSONS United Church was the scene  -���-. 0f ^n exceptionally pretty wedding on  Saturday. June 28, when I_eandra-Corey-  Anne McKay became the bride of Mr,  Clark. John Dougall Thebride is*the,only  daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Corey McKay  of Gibsons, B.C, and the groom is the second eldest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex  Dougall of Vancouver, B.C.  _--, Pew, markers of white bells and beav-  jenly leaves, and tall baskets of' flowers  decorated the church for the double ring  /<5eremony   which  took   place ' at   three  , ,    ,, . - o'clock.in the afternoon with Rfev. W, M.  forming isome* valuable service needed by ' 'Cahieron officiating  senior citizens, such as home-maker serv-   >-,   ^lo^ was Miss Colleen Httsby who  ices and mealsx>n-wheels. Counsellors are    -sang 'TLove You Truly"; Mrs.- Mae Freer  was organist,'  ", .. -Given in marriage by her father, the  hride -wore a gown of floor-length tradi-  , tionaL white satin with lace flowers, scoop  neck-line and 'lily point sieeyes. Her. four  .���tier waist-length veil of net was caught by '  ,'a Royal tiara arid she carried a bouquet of ,  , apricot roses and white gardenias.   The .  -bride's only jewelry, was*�� single'strand  of pearls with matehinjg. earrings,,, the  groom's gift to his'bride.;-/   '        '   '  ,; \ Matron of Honor was^,Mrs. Elaine Mac-  ,lDeai),^aiMF,.t-.of-ihe bride;,' bridesmaid was  Miss Cheryl Gwilliam, friend of the bride,  Both wore floor length,gowns bf apricot  taffeta with silver metallic'bodices. Junior  bridesmaids were Miss Jiidy Sanderson  and Miss Brenda Sanderson, nieces of the  ���bride, wearing floor length1 gowns of apricot itaffeto with lace bddiees.   All wore  white "accessories and carried bouquets of  white carnations with apricot roses. Flow- ���  er girl was Miss Bonnie Lynn Sanderson,  niece of ihe bride who wore- a floor length  gown of Nile green, taffeta with matching  lace bodice, matching shoes, white gloves  and green flowered headband.   She carried a white  crochet  basket of yellow  daisies. Ring bearer, JVIaster Donald Sanderson is a nephew of -the bride.  Best man was Mr. Alex Dougall Jr���  brother of toe groom.  Ushers were Mr.  JLeslie Sanderson and Mr, Douglas Sanderson, brothers bf the bride, and Mr. David  Halliday, the groom's friend, *  Ninety guests attended the reception  held in Secheit I_egion Ball, where the  bride's table, covered with a white crochet  table cloth, was centered with the "Stairway to Happiness," three tiered wedding  cake, made by the bride's mother and  beautifully decorated by the-bride's aunt,  Mrs. Eugene. McKay of Marysville,- B.C.  Mr, -Aachie Crowe of Vancouver proposed the toast to the bride and Master  of Ceremonies. wasTMr, Mel Roach, cousin  of the groom. Music was proyided by Mr,  really doing a terrific job and I'm proud  of them.      * - ,   '  Finally,, may. 1 add .my, own special  tribute to our senior citizens in British  Columbia You are a group I have especially ,enjoyedK^vo5rking;w^h, J. loy<e your  wonderful ^good humoruand.your spirit of  co-operation. I hope .the years ahead will  bring you many, more blessings which you  richly deserve,'  > ^ *���     / *    j ' f  Soccer training class  starts at Elphinstone  GIBSONS Athletic Association announces  start of a Summer Soccer Training  Class to be held at Elphinstone Secondary'  School. Classes will be Tuesdays and  Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. and will commence  this Thursday, July 10.  Water Polo is also under consideration  and anyone interested in cither Polo or the  fsoceer classes are asked to contact P.  Mouzakis at 880-2254.  Give the public what it wants ,  make them keep wanting it.  then  Consummate   those  jplons in opti-moments.  acquisition - deci-  YOUNG  RELIGION  Then.- era ��f>re�� -MtUoa people  Wound fho v/ortd today who bo>  (two ��hot (ho tJnKlwfion ct mw&toi-  li thai-tU of Cod for our og��. 11����y  et&ihcmuirpaBciiprit.  ferbapt tahtti It what yon era  lookloo for,  EDNA M. FOOTE  Boboi'o of Sunshine Coast  885-2088; Scchclt, 0.C.  Executivef wwho used to park near the  door of rtiefr MJbwtfcon office* way toon  be able to park ne^t toihe elevator. Ono  new d��s(0n placet the building on etilt*  dlre-cHy over "ho porting orca.  ���to    ..���&'��������� tV  Ncw  <5��i'��---��e4t'ng cement hardens Almost1 Immediately; Repairs can he walked  on In 15 minutes.  ���"'"Y" '���:'&-'"'$:���';:':#'   Of the many Canadian* who own second  homes, some ore ofloof���In houseboats  shot stdm aews the water at 30 miles  an hour. Houseboats aro being streamlined for mom" power, comfort, and  luxury (such o*�� wolMo-woll carpet and  Indirect lighting).  '   7   .ft      ft      ft  A wood storage well fitted with foldawoy  bed converts a library or den into a com-  fort_sslo guest room,  fr      It    ��� fr  Before, you , Ao may  converting,  mole  sure your next homo is the right one for  your family! See  V  If  SECHEIT A���5E^OES DATE PAD  �� This free remlo&r of comlnjj events h o servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phone Pcnlnsuto Times direct for frea listings, specifying "Data  ��~A"  Pleoso ooie thot spoco I* limited end tomo odvooop dotes moy  Pod  hove to woit lhe|r turn', olso thai this Is a "reminder'  cannot olwoys amy full details.  listing only and  July 9���10 o.m. St. Hilda's Church Hall, Sedbelt. Tops meetings,  July 12���from 10 a.m. aborp, S*aildc Pork, Port Mellon Community  Awoclotion Annuo) Sports Day,  .5  YY  F (WFF^N  *-  J*       ' -   '* %    ,  ��        '   f-94  I Y   * "%  37^r.Y^*#f  i'^ *y,w  <  'l  ,  ���  . ��� '  !  ,1,  y,Y  ,r  y.'.  V  i?i' *i, *  ._..  ���-    ��� y-'  L  ^"Y*y:. i  ������-iMiiwWiMitnignilnil" ������  PETER SMITH  885-W3  AT  hmtrntiBm.  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES   *  Tel: 885-2100  R.R. 1, Secheit, B.C.  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts ot cuts, colffs ond colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Davis Boy  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  <   '   Pender Harbour - 883-2403  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home ond office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deoler for Duncan's Ceromlc products  Pine Rd, & Grondvfew Ave.  P.O. Box 6?, Gibsons, B.C.  H __������__������ ilinllHMHWIHil     Illll III ����� ���!������ ������������������ '    UlllMlPPlWlWW  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storoge  Packing Materials For Sole  Member of Allied Won Lines,  Canoda's No. I Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Parte, B.C.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD,      A SPECIALTY  COLLI5JON REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B,C - 885-9466  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bat Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD,  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Cdmp.ete line of applionces  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a -week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Secheit  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING -r SHAPING  9 o.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdoy-Soturdoy  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. tor 5-.3G p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  * HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal* Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  ,....���............'..BOB LEE   GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Poifc B.C.  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Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B, Ajusgard, Publisher    ��P��MU-MaWMH-_llMI,P��MII il||*III I  l-    WIsioDM ana ^pem <8��imiii��illty  ABOUT two years ago a block of land which time large clusters of oysters will  was sold locally for somewhere in the have developed,  region of $70,000 and in turn was sold Our subscriber has purchased proas acreage Jots at substantial profit. This perty at Porpoise Bay and bas plans to  little transaction somewhat upset a local try out this method of oyster production,  man who ruefully bemoaned the fact .he a state Department Biologist estimates  could have purchased that same property that by this method an annual production  for a few hundred dollars and now here cf six billion oysters is possible in Puget  were outsidet's coming in making a kil- Sound,   approximately   equal   to  total  ling.  This is by no means a new situation,  it happens continually, but it is an extremely -narrow outlook to begrudge the  fact when those residing outside the area  have sufficient vision to act while others  dream, It is one of the facts" of life that  trees frequently obscure the forest and it  often takes an outsider to spot the obvious. It is for this very reason that  Americans own 75% of industry in Can-  ' ada and are rapidly acquiring large areas  oi valuable property-  Considerable acreage has already  been taken up in this way on the Sunshine Coast and indications are that a  great deal more will go in the near  future for already the tremendous potential of the area is having far reaching  effects. Only last week & letter arrived at  The Times from the President of a  Brazilian State, seeking information on  the Sunshine Coast Many such enquiries  have arrived during the past year from  various parts of the United States and  Eastern Canada.  Also last week an American subscriber forwarded an article from a  Seattle newspaper outlining a novel way  of- rearing oysters and one which has  unlimited potentiaL Basically, the  method involved stringing old oyster  shells on wires, seeding them from oyster  beds, then suspending the seeded shells  from floats ioi eighteen months or so by  fisheries production of the entire nation  at the present time.  Here then is another example of an  outsider who sees an opportunity, and  more power to him, the same opportunity  is open to anyone prepared to take a  chance.  We have consistently extolled the virtues of Porpoise Bay, yet here again,  many see it only as a mud-flat. Outside  interests agree with us and are investing  large sums in that area. Certainly they  will not reap enormous returns overnight  but subdividing and clearing will eventually result in fairly high priced residential lots selling with little difficulty.  Naturally this is not an opportunity  open to eyeiyone for large sums of  money are involved. It is, in fact, the  other end of the scale. We simple point  out that opportunities exist at all levels,  from oyster culture, which calls for  modest outlay, to land development calling for larger investment  Which all adds up to the old adage  "it is no use closing the stable door after  the horse has taken off* there are a number of enterprises which could be profitably introduced to this area. Naturally  there is always an element of chance but  if outsiders come along and take that  chance ^nd prosper, there is no reason  for anyone to protest, the door is always  open for enterprise and initiative.  MUCH of the trouble assailing the world  today is the prime result of misunderstandings, misconceptions and preconceived ideas, often with total disregard for rational consideration.  This same attitude, of course, applies  not only internationally but right the way  down the scale to local politics. Frequently dissension on a local council  fired the claims oft, and because The  Times attacked the leftist insurgents who  make a career of creating such dissension,  one television clown almost exploded  with anger. Not only did he make a complete fool of himself but made abundantly  clear the fact he wished to believe only  one side of the picture.  Similar distorted facts were presented  ��r\j��ts"���or no caber reasons than wrong   of hovels and squalid conditions existing  '.-..��-~t;-_-t,_*4,��_ _��_._. *~ **.._ ��iu.. _* _.  i j. ._,.-_.  '.-.'_, _  mtexpretataon due to the inability of a  member to efficiently communicate. This  same situation even happens at the home  level ;and ^is certainly not unknown to  be .the cause of familiy dissolution.  As world travel becomes easier and  less, expensive, greater! numbers will  abandon the confines of their own little  worlds and set out to see for themselves  just how others do live and conduct their  affairs. As things are, we depend basically upon the news media in its various  forms.  This is by no means an ideal situation  as those who have seen something of the  on an Indian reserve which comprised a  total of not more than six shacks. It was  admitted that welfare money was spent in  the beer parlour and that some of the  inhabitants desired nothing more, yet  this was thrown out as a barb against  the government tourist film 'The good  life".  Another example was a short film  made by a group of students. This gem  showed two long haired hippy types  throwing popcorns to a group of skid  row derelicts who rushed to pick the popcorn up from the ground, seemingly  from  acute hunger. This again was a  world are aware. As an example; The   knock at the same film ''The good life",  Belgian Congo was granted independence   The whole thing was quite obviously a  cheap leftist promotion but was shovyn  with great relish by our T.V. friend.  With such ill conceived trouble making propaganda pouring into the homes  ol millions, it is little wonder turmoil  predominates what should be a peaceful  scene. The time is long overdue for a  rigorous cleanout within tlie field of news  media and 'more specifically television  and radio.  Fletcher's Philosophy  and immediately degenerated to murder,  rape, pillage and squallor, the capital,  Lcopoldvillc, became a pig bin.  Because he refused to let this happen  to Rhodesia, Ian Smith has been portrayed as it dictator, racist and a villain by  irresponsible idealists and pious individuals who have no conception of the  real issues at stake. Self styled journalists have visited that country with  supposedly open minds and returned to  add their two bits worth to the easily  inspired emotional controversy. In other  words they climb aboard the popular  bandwagon. To speak out on behalf of  the Smith government would avail them  little for this is (tot what a gullible public  wished to hear. In an era of protest it is  a simple matter to gain popularity by  presenting a clamcrjng group of protesters with another outlet for pent-up  frustrations. lari Smith has been just that.  South Africa, one of the most prosperous countries in the world today, and  with the least internal or external strife,  has provided another whipping board for  tlie questionable members of the less  responsible news media.  On the local front, wc had an excellent demonstrmkm of this type of news  coverage following wild and irresponsible  accusations recently of police brutality,  and what amounted fo plain and simple  public mischief Was presented to millions  of readers, listeners and viewers as the  crime of the century.  ^Because The Times deplored the  antics of such characters as Berger who  Week-end Maneuvers  Readers Right  Right track  Editor, The Times  Sir���The old report card based on the  graded system, has finally been dropped,  much to the relief of many parents. However, I -am now more confused than in  the past.  The anecdotal report card which was  sent home with every child, p. us* a blajik  report card to intorm. me thai my daugh-  <ter was promo-fed, 'was sadly lacking in  information. Even her name on the promotion card was typed, incorrectly.  As for the anecdotal report, ~ I couldn't  agree more with, Mr. Barton, ��� when, he  says that it leaves much." to be desired.  The comment of ^at-jsfaetory*' on- the  report, can have various meanings, axid.  unless -descriptive comments are added,  then, the,report ceases to be adequate to  most parents who are concerned .about  their children's "progress.  The private school system, still "uses  the percentage basis, and-each child is  graded on his or her ability only, whether  it be good or >bad.r  The graded letter system1 did not show  a child's true ability, a?id discarding that  system ivas.Qtongi'overdue,     "..   -        ;'_,*  Let us have more accurate comments  pertaining to the children's progress on  the anecdotal report. Instead of saying,  "Fair" and leaving it at that, please state  whether the child is "Fair" in "Behavior"  ��� because he or she is not doing their work,  or because he Or she may be throwing  spitballs at the teacher;  The whole concept Of report cards is  to inform parents of their child's progress  whether it be good or bad, so that teachers and parents can rectify any problems.  I believe you are going in the right  direction, and I hope that the improvement needed will be put into effect for  the coming term.   Y  /   V      (MRS.) R. G. BENSON.  ess victims  Split-images are more to be avoided  than split-infinitives,  FRUSTRATION is a way of life for the ��  small army of medical scientists "who  have dedicated their lives to the battle  against cancer,  _*- * ���*  - ��� But far more frustrating than the  pain-stalling search for a real breakthrough must be the daily realization  that many people continue to die who  could have been cured by early diagnosis and treatment!  ''] The Cancer "Society predicts - that  there will be 60,000 -new cancer cases in  jCanada this year,"Of these, only half will  be alive and well five" years after treatment. Many of the others will' have died  needlessly, victims-of delay rather than  of disease.  For cancer thrives on delay. It delights- in the man or woman who  .embraces the'"Jt couldn't happen to me"  rationale,  TRESH APPROACH  This year the Society thrusts forward  a new slogan,' Cancer Can "be Beaten, It  \ implies fresh- hope; not only* in the area  of cure, but in prevention and detection.  i ,    G-Jpt   strides' forward   have ; been.  > ma&% most significantly Jn"achieving a  substantial saving of, lives through' early  diegnosis and treatment, reflecting the  effectiveness of the Society's continuing  and- vigorous educational programme.  The -message is getting through to  more people than ever before. But many  don't listen, whether through fear or  simply a casual approach to personal  health.  Obviously, it is vitally important to  educate Canadians to the truths about  cancer and the progress that is being  made. The, disease is dreadful enough  without the addition of terrifying and  totally unfounded suppositions.  I  Cancer Society surveys have shown:  <a) one in four Canadians think cancer is never cured In actual fact sightly  more than 50% of all cancer- patients are  alive and well five years after treatment.  <b) thirty per cent of men do not  know the first signs of caneer of the lung,  stomach, skin or mouth although persistent-cough, shortness-of breath, change  in bowel habits and sores that do not  heal have been mentioned constantly in  the education programme of the Caneer  Society,  . ���',     .  <c) among women 12 per cent do not  know the first-'-sign of breast cancer <a  lump, soreness or nipple discharge) while  24 per cent do not know the fist sign of  cancer of the womb (bleeding or discharge). -  -  (d) eighty-one per cent of 'men and 75  per cent of women think fear of cancer  is the main reason for delay in seeking  treatment.  (e) twenty per cent of men and 65 per  cent of women think there is nothing "a  person can do to prevent cancer-- Stopping or never starting cigarette smoking  prevents cancer- of-the lung, the "Pap"  test prevents, cancer of the cervix and  sense in the sun prevents skin* cancer,  JfEEDS BEPEATING  The Canadian Cancer 'Society needs  our dollar-support to do its job. a, job it  is doing magnificently well���^on its part.  Page A-4 The Peninsuto Times  .      ' Wednesdoy, July % Tf?69  *     * * * *      u 1  MORE ABOUT ...  �� Brno children's choir  ���from p8��o A-l  ment, Hon. Isabel I>awson welcomed the  choir to British Columbia; Acting Mayor*  Ken Goddard representing the Village of  Gibsons also extended a warm we'eome.  The Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club hosted  the choir during the visit tq. Gibsons and  Vice-President Mr. John Harvey expressed the club's appreciation of public  support Two scarlet coated members of  the Gibsons ROMP Detachment were in  attendance1 throughout ihe performance.  FOLK SONGS  The choir changed into colorful national dress for the second half of the  program which included popular folk  songs of Czechoslovakia arranged by Dr.  Lysek and introduced by interpreter Mr."  Ladislav Peterka.    \  Also thoroughly enjoyed were compositions by the Czechoslovakian composer  Bedrich Smetana; Handel's "Oh Lovely  Peace," and most" especially Benjamin  Britten's "ceremony of carols*-' which preceded Brahms' exquisite "I-ullaby." The  audience is to be excused if it took a few  seconds to recognize the Czechoslovakian  national' anthem as it is not too familiar  in the little village of Gibsons.  A standing ovation brought the evening to a close and beautiful bouquets  were presented to the choir by Gibsons  July 1st Queen hue Wiren and Mrs. Lorraine Goddard Mr. and Mrs. Headley's  efforts were also recognized with the presentation of an engraved cedar n-ameplate.  PLEASANT INTERLUDE  The children's visit was marred somewhat by rain which canceled the Kiwanis  salmon barbecue but on Friday during a  tour of ttiie area, the visitors and their,  hosts enjoyed a picnic lunch on the Secheit waterfront where everyone had a  wonderful time and with the help of  small dictionaries, communication" was no  problem. For -the final evening of 'their,  stay on the Sunshine Coast they were  guesfe of Mr. and Mrs. Klyne Headley,"  at Roberts Creek.  Accompanying the children were Dr.  Frai-tisek Lysek, founder of the Brno  Children's Choir and eminent professor of  the University of Brno; his daughter Mrs.'  Kyetuse Lepilova, a teacher of gymnastics;  pianist Erika Kocianoya who was accom***  panist for the choir and also won tremendous acclaim for her magnificent present-'  tation of Smetana's "Furiant"; also Mr.  Ladislav Peterka, the choir's manager and  interpreter.  Girls in ihe choir were: Libuse Bien-.  kova, Jana Burianova, Daniela Dyorska,  Radvana Dvorakova, Marta Chupikova,  Jarmila Kabelacova, Jana Michnova, Jitka  Mrhacova, Eva Novotna, Vlasta. Piskova;  Diana Sitbova, Hana V-.ck.oya, Hana Stepy  ankova, Ludmilla Zitnakova. The boys  were: Ludek Dvorak, Jiri Kleeker, Danuse  Kratochvilo, Zdenek Matyas, Zdenek Sev-  cik, and Jan Zvonik. *:  Many friendships1 were made during  the youngsters' all too brief stay on the  Sunshine Coast and their departure leaves  a feeling of loss amongst those who had  the pleasure of making their acquaintance1.  Slack employment of  language goes  hand-in-hand with loose thinking.  1 ORDER OF EASTERN STAR  2-4 p.m* Saturday, July 12fh  Garden of Mr. andI-Mr*. Vic Franske, ��avis Bay  if weather is inclement���Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek.  B^BSBSBS^BSSB  SBB  IBMffiff-iijB^^  The PzmmxmM^pmm  *     , rubtii.hcd Wednesdays at Secheit  -7     ea B-C's Smitfrae Coast ' ���  1 ,-.,... fej. .���'.,...   .  .  Sedhrlt PcnSn&ula Times Ltd.  Box 310 - Secheit, J3,C  Dm$ss G. Whrrttr, Editor  S. B. Alstard, Publisher  (SuW-7>ticm Rules: (in Rdvmac)  I Year, $5-2 Years; $9-3 Years, $13  VS. rmd Foreign., $5.50  Saving the terra from part Mdlon to Egrnmt  , ��(IfetrcSound. to., fan-is. ink/}.  0MtMVsM.m,m��MMm.m*.mm^mimmm��,*,iM,m,,mmmmwmmvm'mH*mmm,  ���Harry W. Fletcher  EXERCISE,  Some cxm-j-c, (he doctors Uy, is wihat people  need  So fulur^ generations may perpetuate the  breed;  And most of lis can live to be ut jbist a  hundred years    ' ,       -  To counteract anxiety and overcome our fears.  So Mjme play taini�� on Uk courti., or rush  arouM like mad  At golf or energetic --porta, which may be good  or bad.  Some brave the ocean surf or hiic a goodly  mile or two,  White others bedal on a bike for feats of  denjng-do. ,  AH such belabored hairy tX'dh I must admire  in part,  But exercising of the will's the more essential  art;  'Hie will to exercise restraint and hold a t.ilcnt  tongue, *  The will to not icscot complaint from elders  or the young,  So, idix��pectivcJy 1 jpjess, my problam we  but few;  To exercise less laziness, but never overdo.  I cxcmt-JK- free q-cecti a* liraca wii'ici- isn't  always wise,  . -  Hut tot*!* up <hc wors. of crimes I'm apt to  cxejxis*.  Ilicrc"* one more tin, it mmt be tuud, to  which I'm ever prone;  IliatV jiftar I am savug m bed 1 bear tlie  telephone.  Regardless, jt wiJl have ��o Jvccp de*_pitc its  cJjftllcngSnj,  I exercise the HgJjtt to dctp tod Id the darn  tiling ting!    ��� * - - ���  \  TODD'S  DtYGOODS  CHI-tMEf-l MM�� MfMMTS  {LAPSES' SPIRTS WEAR  Phono 886-9994  Surinycrest Shopping Centre  Say�� Money;  at rom POPULAR  LUMBER AMD BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BUBLDING  supplies*:  005-2203 - Secheit, B.C.  ^^^E^Bfmlf  :  \  KING SIZED MEALS  AT BUDGET PRICES  ���'���'/ ��t   ���'        ��� ��� ,'V  PEHlHSUlA DIM-!  ON HIGHWAY 101 of SECHELT  FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS  PHONE 005 2311  rniniiiniiiiriiiii i m i ,    ^  MEVEHS TEtEViSSOn   ' &* RADIO  STEREO - 0 a W and COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.Y.  Dealers (or  ZENITH - PHILIPS - RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phono 006-2200  GIISONS, B.C  uaaam  BECIPBS  Brought to you by  ���   \''' 1 ' ,  these progressive  places of business  s^^fe^sssyte^  7 LETTUCE... THE MUST IN SANDWICHES  -���,,'*' ' ' ' ' ' ( '  Sondwld.es ore a basic In Canadian- cuisine. .Constituting the main couna of  Ihouwmdj of mools, ��he.homenf.ok,er^<lff'**nds upon the endless variety,of .saridwiches  to odd sparkle ond'IriQenoity to her menus.  Juvt as the fronting makes the coke, to lettuce mokes the sandwich, C.i.i>y Idtuca  proyldcs texture contrast, vitamins, ond minerols and olds in good dcacsttion, Its lovely  green hue Q^c** on extra plus Jn eye appeal, ond the delicate flavour is compatible with  Just about any combination you can name..  A morvelouj new version of the open sandwich J�� presented here. Cruncby tettiuoo  ond Russian dressing top a base of Roquefort cheese; roast beef rolls complete the  heorty, lasty dish. Ideal dessert? How obout a Juicy fresh pear or apple u> plentiful  dur.na -tbl* **o��>n? Calorie counters will welcome tbe idea. Rtmemlwr lettuce ondircsh  fruit* ore omang the toodi lowest in calories, yet omang ihe highest in flavour,  " \  HEARTY SUPfOt SANDWICH  ., 1/4 tup butter..          '.���.. - 2-cops. ihrcddtd UsHucm  J /4 pound ot KaqiMifQrt *chees#�� a-umbled    . 3/4 cup moyonnaJse..  8 jjices rye bread 1/4 cup chili souce  1/2 poun^ihlnly sliced roast l��*f -r���.^  Tl-iorouahly Wend together bolter ond cheese; thread .evenly on rye bread *.Uces.  Top 4 dices rye bread with roast beef. Arrange lettuce on remaining bread slices. Combine mayonnaise ond chili souce. Top lettuce with <Jres.sJng. Serve as. open face mnd-  ��wlcbe*, Matte* 4 tendings. \ ���  S^S___-_3  i-__-S  Furnishings and!  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V- r Radio  Phono 885-2058, -   Scchclt, B.C.  Peninsula Plumbipg  HfEATIfil-i & SMPPUES  Your Kemfohe  Sherwin Williams  Paint Doaler  Phono 006-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  b  S_MSS��-SiSl^KSl^S  *HR8SSSH^8-^^K  '.; Where ';,  fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppors are  found at , .'.��  Helena's  .. fashion', Sh��pp��  Gibson*, B.C. -'Pk IIS6-#941  AS I.OW AS  2S�� A DAY,' '���'  WILL COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete  with oil  burner,  ducts  work ond oil tank in* your heme.  Call  Bud  Kiewltz  your Shell Oil  Distributor,  886-2133 Gibson*, B.C.  IS  r.  !  ���-��    |��lt �������  ,M"f��4|  J��.   |F*lBI��  #*��  i*.vi*. <<<pf, *m.$mt, w***. ^��*��t 'V*v.^*��-M��y*^i<c^'^  Wi^^(.*.-^f^i^^^v^wo^^4iBiwi^w ^   j^ jnw+^t  *��~jtK,   .***���*.... ^(wHi  *) vfcwirtiwt*. i*pto��F_l_  !*MM|t*f . *** ,-*���* ���**** w,,  ***f *,.��,��� ;n-,-*^,^.HH%*h^^^w,8WM,^, ��� *���<_-- '       . r     "* '  J* ,* * ^T "^        ( ' " _     *> ^ i  A    ���* v  ���Tj^-W. JJ*^ **��*����*��*�����**����������.,,,  i^V^i*P**^-t*p��MPrw^^*pt-^-��>-p,,>^*^^ ^^A^B^BfjjPh^^^A j>^ >&��*$& **V>��i*"  ">  /���"*  C^��vJ  *-"!>���  .3  !)  r-  I ���  JP-I  ,   -��� *���  Around Gibsons  /  *.  v/  1     v.     "    ,X  7  /  .  1  V-  '__��-���"������'  ; i-  7  J  K  S  -'J.  .**  *  .  /  *   -  *v.  '/  r  '   V  1 yp**  ��     -p��  '   /*  ���/i  i  ^  if  \.  7  "~    -*. '  ''/  /  Y  .  ��     j,'  ..*  **>   *���  s r  *���/"  r-  cleaning est^blisbwent in Fort Si John, Tiie Penfnsu-0 Tiroes          Fffge A-��  Peace Itfver, for JO years, .'     yMbesdsiy, July 9, 1969  -Mr, and, Mrs, Karl Schroers and famr     n~ ��� ;*       _   '  MRS, JOHN Corletfc Jr, tbe -former Mis   *iy w������ to 'V-ancottwir Sunday to ng.eet visited Mr: tod .Wis. Fred Holland and  Margaret Covins, was honored at. a   Karl's mother -who arrived hy piano fxorn Mr, and Mrs. Nelson Moore.     , _- .    ;  Widal shower on ife. ��yer.Jng of June 2*5   -G-erowy for her first vMt to'Canada, .' Mr, and Mrs, #owterd Boyce m& &?n$  at the jb.ome of Mrs, Helen Wsiftfrandi        During a 2 weefc vscatioji Mr. and returned JwJy 4*& after &��� month visit*. Jig  when Mrs. Weinhandl and > Jffiss' Brenda   Mrs. Nelson Moor�� visited Month. Fender ��� relatives in the ptovince of Quebec. They  We.nfaandi entertained with Mrs. Edna    Island mjd Salt Spring Island before go- travelled by plane.  Husby as co-hostess.                                    Ing to Parksyille and. hong Beach, , At YM.CA  Camp  Elphihsbom,  hoys  Guest of honor was presented with a Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robert- froj�� 8 to.JM. years of age are enjoying the  beautiful corsage. The rooms were at- son >vas tbe latter's mother, Mrs, IM Mor- west's famous holiday experience*--sail-  tractively decorated in yellow an4 white, rison from Kan. loops who was assom- ing on Howe Sound; swimming; grafts;  with the chair for the ixonoyee trimmed panied by her grandson. Dean, and overnight trips, A two week session  with white and yellow streamers' and yel- Holidaying at the home of Mrs. M, began' July 2nd runner professional sap-  low wedding hells,                        '              Hollowink, is her grandson from Grand cry. sion. Happy holidays hoys J  Guests present y/ere Mrs, Gerly Cor-    Forks, Mrs,- T.  Hieke^on entertained  at a  lett, Mrs. Maud Fisher Mi&s Diane Fisher,         Mr-axid Mrs' Ken Crosby fletf/ to Cal- jolly children's party Sunday afternoon  Miss Kathy Fisher, fobs. Eleanor Mox*ris,    S^vy recently for a brief visit. They at- on the oceasipn of the birthday of her  Mrs, Hazel Corley, Mrs, Aileen Watson,    teDded the wadding of a niece. 4aughter Crystal,      '                    '.     .  and Misses Fran yolen, Trudy Swanson,         After an absence of 2 months- Mrs. J. f    Mr. B. J, Wisken vrho was a, patient in  Hobyn Norrjs  Patty Gust  Kathy Sallis,    ^   Myers   has   returned   from  Creston, St, Paul's hospital ior 5 weeks fjas now  Leona Gullacher, h&e Wxen', Mrs Gladys    wbere she ��^eat ^me time with her sis- telurned home.  ~   ���                                                        ter Mrs, A, Logan. Previous to that Mrs, '. Mrs, A. Wyngaert is a patient in St-  Myers had visited her Men,d. Mrs, Bey- Mary's IiospitaL  nolds in Vancouver. <Jood siize fish are being caught by  Mr, and Mrs, Peter Zandie from Settle local follow-ers of Jzaak WaJtipn.  i*Jm��wjl)ft^vi*��Hi<ll ����\iw*v4 hnWW. Jyi _rt  -   ...       *l .     .  ." ���- 'V'..'>,  Davies, Mrs. Vi Harris, Mrs. M. MeVicar,  and Mrs, Emm Flaek.  Unable to attend, but sending gifts  were Mesdames Dorothy Hanson, Ruth  Beacon, y<?ra Ruggies, Almeda Whiting,  Shirley Macey, Celia 'Fisher, Agnes Labonte, Mrs. Criek, yi Winegarten and  Dorothy Gust, A game was pnjoyed; Miss  Robyn Morris being the winner, Delect-  ���''.'-    '- .    Y       ���    -.     "    J '      /.'?{���   /-;:Yr   '/^|I-'S}iars * *''''-YyY-Y'Y - T/CyY   '*  '-*-Y^*"iC-^'^Y.'l    Robyn Morris beinjg the winr  UttW League^ S^tlOHr inFtr^in-: '-p^^,*^^ V^Vti^ able refreshments w^*e served.  \Tin tnr 4_.li oh T-r_Ttr_��^ T\/r.o;��.1^��.^. ��^^;������    ���    >-(_-_ i^-t-iJi r>-i_i -i  t_.j": -����- _,��_���_. ?.'j��iT*A - -   i��-. -._*r^-i_T-_--.i_l_. _ .*_  ��� t___I -n__.___.^.^.j_      rMTOon.*������*--.���.  Unemployment Insurance  - ���*"' " -' ���' "'���<'-- ..,.,... , ,11,_,�������...���,..���,..-���, i ,, _ , .._,,���.,   ���' '    '       y Any Questions please?  ���Q, When I lost my joh in a faetary,.at * appeals. If you wish to attend the hearing  Moncfon, I filed a claim to get my Umn> ot your ��pj��ea}, you may do so. It will be  up of hundreds of nsonfo who <?tood some   P^oyrmA Jn&urmce. I reoeiyed a wotice ai your own expgnse unless  you are  ���^tome^fi^^^^SlSE    advising me that my benefits w^ being directed to attend by the chairman of the  wan��S?-                   ^"      ,J*a��M*"an    withheld for six weeks dite to ih? {get board,  Pane^uum were very d^app0Jnt^ when   jt^ j ^ ��i0st my employment ^ ac-  turned away for lack of seating. The oc-    wwA of misconduct."  ENTEBTAUfMSJjT  On Monday, June 30 an evening line-  casion was the performance of Lloyd  Bumtt's experimental, work "Acid Mass"  which made-full use - of -the 25 speaker  * sound system with technical staff to attend the equipment. It was an exciting  show and the Planetarium Theatre was  just too small for the number of people  who wished to attend.  SOCIAL EVENT    '  There was a pleasant social gathering  ,well attended by young and old, following the Eyening Service at Community  Church, Port Mellon, after the final service conducted by Bev. W, Murray Cameron before his leaving. This also marked  the recessing of Sunday School for the  summer holidays. Under the able diree-  I went to see my lawyer, but he.tol^i  me that the only thing I could-do was*$s>  appeal the decision to a Board of B-eferees,  If I do appeal, how long will I have  to wart before I know what their decision  is? I would also like to know how much  it will cost me to appeal,    ,  A The time lag depends on ithe-num-  ber of appeals the Board of Beferees has  to hear in your area.       \  In lloncton appeals are generally heard  by the board within a month of the dale  they are lodged at the office.  So if you decide to appeal, you will  probably wait up to one month, to have  your appeal heard and one to two days  more before you are notified of the de-  tion of Mrs. Clarence Graham assisted by ���,.���  Mrs. E. Sherman, the Children's Choir c yr'     .-        __        .    ^   ���  charmed their heaners with several de- Thf e 1S no C^X&: -b^/Jiie Vneff^oy-  hghtfljl numbers. Mrs. Norman Budolph BKnt ft"*"*"** Commission in regard to  ifj$l  was a sympathetic accompanist at  the  ____..__  pjana  FAREWELL i  Mr. Bill Hamilton, chairman presented  ,..$$'%��  Rev-  Cameron with a  purse of money  :^0i'7.    from the Church Board and congregation  &&*^UJ  as a token of appreciation, Mrs. Cameron  was recipient of a farewell gift of a lovely  Q. WHy does a university student  have to pay Unemployment Insurance on  -taking a' -full-time job during the Summer?   " .   , .  i  _- *���  A. If you take on employment that  is insurable, the law requires that you  should contribute oh the same basis as any  other employee,"  You-may-neyer-be a claimant,-but  there are always some students who have  to withdraw from university for unforeseen reasons. The contributions they have  paid in their Summer jobs may be essential for establishing entitlement sfco benefit if they eie then enable to find work  or if they are laid off subsequently.  Questions should be referred to Information Services, Unemployment Insurance Commission, Vanier Building, 222  Jfepean Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� Tel-  996-2975, -  gy^wmwaesw-ft.^^^  --V .      J\ ,,V <f*,-,FI^F_      ~ ^  *'-.*-'i>*"��<* >   ,      *f  -';> V '   *        ../i-'1  PJayrag basefcali tias s^aswi" under ' ���^t>i^g^e1^i^i^Fbm��V pBmb\Wad#>IarsnasJDavid'BsillJs   ���p and sau^ from" the Women's Aux-  rfi. ^.mn ���* ^-^.t. n^,������ rr_,n  nsi-^     i_~__i, _.���,.,-_;���-*i._rs_-_.'Fr.-._.^_-j���_   -��:_'!____-_.-���*    -j'-rfc.-A* ��_:7__S_._   -nii__.i_j_--_-_._���_2- ���._     ihary, presented by President Mrs. Chris  Wood. Delicious refreshments were enjoyed.  IN BRIEF  Pastor Doom Parke, Mrs. Parke and  sons were guests of honor at a party at  the home of Mr. said Mrs, Doug Stewart  when the congregation of Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle, gathered for a time of  i, 4*3 fellowship. Piano music and singing were  enjoyed. Delicious refreshment�� were served.  Arriving last week were Bev. Brian  With, Mrs. With and sons Allan 12,  and Tomi 10. Rev. With is the new pastor  at Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle. They  moved here from Port Coquitlam.  Mis, George E. Stuhbs of Gower Point  Boad is in St. Mary's Hospital as a result  of an accident which occurred when she  was picking cherries and fell, the ladder  hitting her side and head. Mrs. Stubbs  suffered a broken writ.t and pelvis, also  slight concussion.  ,Mr. and Mrs. David P. Gray of Williamsons Landing havy returned from a 3  week vacation. They attended Jhe wedding of their grandaughter at Prince  George. The Grays also went to Jasper,  Calgary  and  Banff  as  well  as  visiting  Schedule ��ercfce:$@a*?.E��.T~l HAf-IAfHO i-SECTEiT  y  7  f  Whjt  ��.  frsN  '{'fit  7     :A\  ��� *   '   V  ' ��� \,,,.��  ���.     �� *  . ��J        *      -  ... "*r' _.��      *  *.'���;<-.���:�� *���' **��  ��������'���-'    *    *v=,^ ^..j!; V***/  *i***;,>  y-r.  ���i* ��    _  '_!  >'    7  ; >?  L.    _.      '  .-**   c  '   "i,  -   *  .; .   m^**t*vi **����� '���*��� *r_ **��� ^  p      ' #^       '    ��    y   Ml -  ��     .  Y,,    "   ������  ' v�� ���** >    ��� *   *.*   . ��� ,i**<,*,* n     ��� .  ���",f     *i r ��� ^ *    .  '   ' '    * /  'f<<M   ���     ., T*        * ;*�� ?\.   .7 �� ,7 , ,; ", ry;Y ,yy<h friend$ at Bridge Lake. Mrs. Giay's niecv  "^^���VH'il                   - '&:<*  it.   <<$��� ''VitV'^i''  1 ^d husband Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ly-  '-V'', .v,"    .     *   *?'*$*��. zh'lK' ;*-';������;.'      WvY*. fft yY f,j nui^   f^m   Vancouver  were   victors  to  -���������.���    ���    ��� '...   *   _-,.-._ _-__ A* ���. .-iVY, ,'iyy';-.'. ^%i,7^U^y,^-J^ Williamsons Landing.  *__.     _,.'-., *      '.'�� i.                     -15-       rf\                 ��_ _._ i , .,       _   ��,        , .,     ^...  ...              Appf^jtafridl- , .   '   -..*                                >.//, Congratubtions to Mr. and Mrs. Otto  ,#U$$n Creek Ck)jw��ui3ity AssocS^to   *4S����.-Tp|t' Rfersnas .(left) and -'benny ^"n*11 ��n ^ b��lh, ��' a ����by ^>'; ^  .:^��sed -appwaation to eo^opof' ?��->&> has coacixed the Orioles r* V35;"1 fet" Marys !jOTp,ta1' hwhdl  mmim.lme IMimt^tw'^m ^t^w^tn tffvrWfai s-tandard. Mr, " July 3rd*  Mauiler Glen JFWPH(^^W^-PX^ ' ',MaXsW^r3| <ooadi the AU Star team  grilled wa'tches��� ilo iC^cft-of ;ifae''Ort-v*-.-aS-^ted.'���%,JMr, HaU,-      ,%;       *'-  Commercicil Priinfii?g  S0��  entries  %wmmmmw&  jBest wishes to Mr. Odermatt upon  taking over Peninsula Cleaners. He is  ���Well experienced, having been at a dry  MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY  LEAVES SECHELT \ LEAV��5 MANAJMO  S;O0 o.m. * 9:00 om.  x!2;00 noon , * 1;00 pjrn.  * 4:00 j.*)),,., ,     , ���^0p p4>v ,  ,    7;O0 p,mu .-^.fRlflAV O^tY -inrn.*1�� *P^  \  .  SATURDAY ONLY  LEAVES SECHELT  8;00 om,  xl 2:09 noon  4-.00 p.m.  LEAVES SECHELT  12:00 noon  x 4:00 p.m,  7:00 p.m.  LEAVES NANAJMO  * 9:00 am.  1;00 P-M,  5:00 p.m.  SUNDAY ONLY  LEAVES NANAIMO  * 1:00 p.m.  5.00 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  Extra Flights - Fridays, Sundays and Holidays as required.  \  * Connecting Flights to Pender Harbour Area, Nefson  Island,  Jervis Inlet,  Egmont,  Secheit Inlet, Narrows Inlet ond Salmon Inlet.  x Connecting Flights from obove points to Nanaimo.  FARES  Nanaimo to Scchclt���One Way Faro, $9.00  Weekend Round Trip Excursion (Fri. to Mon, only), $12.00 return  EFFECTIVE JUNE 15th, 1969 TO SEPTEMBER 1st,  1969  Scchclt���885-2214 Vancouver���685-4922  NOTE: Direct fine Phone Number from Nanaimo to be published wher�� available.  All Rote* and Schedules Subject to Cbaooo Without Notice.  1   ;iMU^0:'g/3UiJ12thy  y  Cpni^iencfiis'^lOfOO a-im {pmmpt)  t>p^'sy;��^^  gS-f*Bf^^  SX  !  !  G  ^m^��*i  #��fc'-*wJ.*��,  t  i  ��Mp��awtW��|P'i 1  n-'-Y*.*;  *  i  i  ���  ���  ���             i  i  __���-���_ ������ ������    ����Mf-    ���_��� ^__J  -    a i  '  n  _���  _.                          J  *    *      -'-  L- j  ^{#  ���" ���* ��� \    ^ '  .-  ���"I* J '* . *       J*  ;csossa?y^4  Very, good NoW'call'for a'Blue*' '��� Labatfs:^!^^ ., <^^it^  munxmmt  ���rm ;$#mnkmmmA t�� i^'iptfM^M at tf>*v����y��4 >y *��� LHow C^tr��-�� 0��*rd ��r ��y ����* ������rnm��nt c�� wmhCMutmx*  ,  SWBW  fflW-ffll  ER  mnpyr^^^  !  KfkatsfMkia^ijkflllkMlilUdfskat^  ift^^-^mmm^mm  ��B��aga-_i  -OS  afesatafej  _S--S  3  PARKER'S HARDWAiE ITD. - Sedhelt;'|>'�� *>mn sold to,Mr. William  Wo-lscn, who will continue to operate the BUSINESS under the name of PARKER'S  HARDWARE (1969) LTD. Mr. Nejlsen took overihe Activ�� Management on July  2nd# 1969, but has become acquainted with the customers ond the business  over the past three months.  On behalf of the Owners and Management of PARKER'S HARDWARE tTD.,  may I earnestly solicit your continued support on behalf of the NEW OWMER, and  offer my sincere thanks for the MANY YEARS of pfeasant relationship with our  many friends and customers,  .  JM PARKER'-.' Pros.'  FARKtR'S MAiOWAtl LTD.  SfCHaT  &G2��&rT*fS��?*    i  t**   V*��  "mSfr^^nm^fttk^ ^fi^Tin^fft-,***, ^fe^jY^f^t*^ t��*����(,i "* n(*tflmr*'*irt*i^( *^'��  r*!^*^!"*'-********,*^ *��"? <*>**  ��� j,-*,!* �����#���* y1*- f*��**^** **w.��*!,^f ���f'-*'^'"!,'  ."*'�� *���* *'  ���t ii*. **��**���  *^f' ^���^���^^���y*^^"*4^-i ���*���  -a,^*a "  ^���A'J  **r *. V ^sw^hw^fny-"���^*y^/j*w^*��*^R^fM^^^^^  ^WWjKHt. i-ft ^If^imSwwiMI&Wte'*'!} (IfH^wM*'! -> ,      J. - ,   j,^   >      ,��, *���,'��,,-���> "l. f-'v "���"'���*���,- *����p-.kv w/prpiW--,'*' J ;,     ***���>���.    f,-j fj . ���i*i-��,Tr-".��' ���' p* ".-'���'Af' n'*',0. V". fi  . ,vi   "v   *-'* c-fvi-' .'f \T **  * <r * f*,., ,* *% V," ',;?/' **-,  '" "-*   i, ��*���;''   .,,.*>   ., ,v  * ���  ._.,-,    ...... \ ;,   .    -v.-  -    ,  u#.!-' <- ,-    '   .    tV Y - '���-,'".���" '-,    . -   , ' i ,. t \  llyr Y    .*    v-   * . ' '       . ' Y* , j     ',       --��� ' - - ,   . .     ��� . - *  *- ,3 .  C |'i~  ���I *��� '.-**��� *'  y y.  . *   f -FV-  ���I.'*  Vs..  *v��  .1.  ��5  . ���  I  ft  �� i  .��-  ���V    . .H ..JI. -  \J*     .>  **_  *       F.      ._  '   -    J    . .     ,.,_     _  \i  '\  '_**.* --  *  j.  ����� N  --;.>. a.  *���-  ���    \4  <   ��� ���_  i  >  1...  �����       -i  ,       .^       *_-  *   *    V  ,   .v.**** -*  .* i  1  -  .1'  I  I  1  Secheit Notes  Page A-$  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July >;JW'  ��� -.  ->-.,���.,.  jyK, AND Mrs. John Anderson of'Kam-  \   loops have'been visiting their son-in-  law and daughter, Mr." and- Mrs.s Ralph,  Stephanson of Selma Park. Before com-'  ing to the Sunshine Coast, they, attended "  the graduation ceremonies of a grandson  on Salt Spring Island. > .   >'*  The Sam, Dawes have enjoyed a visit  by their nephew, Dr. Arthur1 Guitard of  Beaver Lodge, Alberta, with Mrs. Guitard  "and two children. Michelle and Dick. Mrs.*  Norman Cook was glso a visitor,    ���  Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Lang have their  * dau��h-er Anus and her two children Lissa  and Michael at home for a holiday.  Howard Lang is enjoying a few days  in Chiyhyafck, having gone there with his  cousin, Alan Diefoel who spent a few days  at the Lang liome.  Lucky  winners of - St.  Hilda's ACW  H   Garden Party draw prizes were Mrs. Vic  c *    Franske of Davis Bay and Susan Gibbons  who won the children's prize. Chairman  "*   |   of the pleasant event was Mrs. Win. Mc-  gregor of Secheit.  , Recent guests of Mrs. Alice A. French  were Mr. -and Mrs. John McKenzie of Victoria, Mr- and Mrs, Jack McGee of Lad-  ner, and Mrs, Violet Fennay of Arvida,  Quebec.  *   Guests of Mr, and Mrs, Jack Whaites,  Miss Margery Mellish-of Vancouver.  ~)   Passed away recently in. Bedcliffe, Al-  -,berta, Mre".  Emma Johnson, a frequent  yisitor to Secheit and the mother of Mrs.  ;;Mary Gray of Secheit  t   Mrs.   Lucy  Chamberlain   of   Rouyn,  ^Quebec, visiting her sisjJer and brother-in-*  law, Mr.^and Mrs. Robert Kent.      '   .  J Mrs. Betty Garner of Vancouver guest  of Mrs. C. G. Critcheli.     .  .CrpeJ-i,; now completely rebuilt. but   "Brownie days at the lovely camp,   - ���from page A-i    ,**...,,  retaining the;. rustic  beaiiiy of its    anil hundreds of'Jlangers, Guides and   wiUiopen up the "Sunshine Coast" area to   Distributor agent warning  j||^_mur.wiMlw4^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  I A  C       ���/*������*���     *      -   _,  v ��   '- * y \/  ** -���< ��I  i .,  V  - ��*.   -P -v*f J  -      e  t  *       ��*  ���.-->.  f  ���**i  "1  I  ��l  ml'  ^   ^      1    1-  r V  rrr'i-5  v*  t  \  ���^;  ���^s  The Regionol DisJrict- Garbage Collection Service in the West Howe  Sound and Secheit* GanVage Collection areas* will now commence on  Tuesday, July 15,1969.  The serviced wilt provide for the collection of two standard garbage  containers from each property every two weeks.  A. LANGDALE,   HOPKINS,   SOAMES   POINT.   GRANTHAMS,  Tuesday, July 15th and thence every second Tuesday.  B. REDROOFFS, HALFMOON BAY, SECRET COVE, Wednesday,  July 16th ond thence every, second Wednesday.  C. GIBSONS HEIGHTS, GOWER POINT, ROBERTS CREEK, Thurs-  , day, July 17th and thence every second Thursday.  D. WILSON CREEK, DAVIS BAY, SELMA PARK, WEST SECHELT,  Friday, July 18th ahd thence every second Friday.  I** __ *        ���" ���"  - This is a provisional'schedule and any alterations will be published  in notice form in this paper.  CHARLES F. GOODING  i Secretary  Si'��K��*SS��&'SS������.Wl��^^^  .  !  !  -��**���  f t  -i*������ l  .  '_ i   .L   i_2  ^ (     Ii  _ii -1_  '        ���������  New Brock  1 r,        '   *  jL  .  I'LL  L3  "f    i''l  MORE ABOUT . .  After some _years, of disuse, Brock   .urday.. The event was witnessed by  y.   ���     .*    * *"   ,   .   ,  Cottage  at  Camp   Olave,   Roberto   leaders ,ipany of whom' spent their    ��� JtiOVerport Siatea  original exterior wall, opened its door   Brownies  to a nfew and exciting future last Sax-  .    .  t  t  i  i  '**.  ^p_  U;  _>  . *%  # ���*  \ t  <> *  business and tourism by drastically cut- IF YOU are approached by a promoter  4ing- the present travelling time by road who wishes you to act as local distrib-  and ferry. Downtown Vancouver to Gib- utor for his product and you will in turn  sons Landing will be cut,from the present appoint your assistants with each of you"  travelling time of two hours to 38 min** being   asked  to   invest   an   amountJ of  utes, to Texada Island from seven'hours -money:  to two hours 28 minutes and to Powell 1. Find out the potential market of the  River from six hours to two hours 45 J   product in your area.  minutes.                                                   " -2. Discover if your territory is protected  Fares will be highly competitive with ���i.e. that there is not a glut of distrib-  cther forms of transportation, Vancouver - utors selling that product or one sim-  Pow^l River and Texada Island, $10.00 ilar to it.  one way, $18,00'return.  Vancouver - Gib- 3. Get proof in the form of a verified  sons Landing $3.00 one way, $5.00 return accounting record of claims made as to  trip.   Children up to and  including 12 the profits you could make,  years of age will pay half fare.             ' 4. Get a lawyer's advice before "signing  Reservation facilities will be'available the contract,   to  learn,  for examjjOe,  on all services which will include charters whether you must have a licence be-  and tours.,                                          l fore you are able to operate.l  Trantormation ...  EARE  PLEASED TO  ANNOUNCE  BUTTERIC  /���  .  Opening  historical cottage to witness the transfor  tt i r> - _-__���...,-,.. ^ mation which has been taking place under  Unknown Brownie, representing -all Malkin of Vancouver Council (on the expert hand of Mr. Norman Franklin  the Brownies who will use Brock:Col- V left), by Camp Olave Advisor, Miss of.Scchclt who planned and conducted the  tage was keeper of the huge cere- Weller, during last Saturday's open- renovation,  monial key being handed* to Mrs. J.   ing ceremony.:  FOR MANY years Brock Cottage at Camp wall of bark covered logs has been re-  OTave, Roberts* Creek, stood neglected tamed, protected by the projecting bed-  on the shoreline but nevertheless quit* at- rooms pverhead and enhanced by the patio  ���tractive with its rustic exterior of r bark of hiige log cuts set in concrete,  and criss-crossed logs. ,. . _ * Br|hck''which was once ou��of-bounds to  -��� Last Saturday^at 1:30 p.m. Brock came Brownies is now a beautiful chalet type  to life again when Mrs. J. Malkin opened Brownie House, honoring the memory of  the door with the huge ceremonial * key Mildred Brock who had the foresight to  presented by Camp Advisor, Miss Weller. preserve a small part of British Colum-  Hordes of , Leaders, Rangers, Guides, bia's beauty for the use of Guiding.  Brownies and visitors streamed into the  PATTERNS  ARE AVAILABLE  IN OUR STORE  J&BgR  ����-INCEWE  NOW AREA  BtJTTERICK  PATTERN DEALER  WE FEEL WE HAVE  THE BEST AND NEWEST  IN FASHION IDEAS,  AND WE WELCOME  YOUR VISIT TO  OUR STORE  WAKEFIELD  UNPEGS NEW |  BE OPEflATED BY tHE NEW OMEflS  WCIC and NORIV1A J^APYMSICl  SECHELT IS HOW  EOT.AfiD, WILL  Brock Is now the most beautiful cottage in the Guide Camp with a huge stone  fireplace, modern kitchen and bathroom  and very attractive chipboard interior.  The green carpeted stairway is concealed  with balustrade of rough cedar and leads  to spacious bedrooms overlooking the  sparkling Mue waters of Georgia Straits.  HISTORY  Beford the ceremonial opening a brief  history of Brock Cottage was given by  Mrs. Bowes. Brock Cottage was named  after a Division Commissioner of the '20s,  Mildred Brock who in 1925 bought five  acres of, property at Eagle Harbour arid  presented it to Vancouver 'Division Some  g time later a highway cut through this  property which was sold and the proceed ?  helped purcbiise Camp Olave at Robert.  Creek.  The oldest cottage at the Guide Camp,  Brock, eventually fell into disuse Ix-wmim*  , it was not wired for electricity.   Now it  has been rebuilt but the original exterior  ^  WALT N�����HEr1  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in.GIBSONS  On the Wfco-f 1 B8&-9303  Quality House orxl. Marina |  Paint.  tmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmm  j      INIEWOR PAitMT CAIJfiON  7 .When pbirttirtg toys or children's furniture be s'Ure to use  a paint.designed for use on indoor surfaces, advises the Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association. Paint made for outdoor use usually contains more lead than that made for Indoor  'u&e.��Outdoolr point should never be used on*toys; walls/ wood*'���  work, furniture .". . or anywhere Inside the home.  *umm0mmmmmmmvimmmm��?mmm*m0mfmmmm  ���Ii>��*ons {HiarcGtvaro  (296��)  Ltd.  Dealer for  MARSHALL WELLS  /PAINTS  Barnoclc Bills Marin�� Paint  .   15S&.Marine   .  CIDSONS 0G6-2442  Gp*  -J.  C & S, SALES  PSTTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  Scchcft - 885-9713  "Look -  Wettmr ?  Um��e*M  MOIBPAMJ IRIISH PtOPE^iiY  The correct way to hold a paint brush Is to grasp the  handle comfortably; near thb base, says the Canadian' Paint  Manufacturers Association. Hold it rather loosely. Do not  bear down hard on a brush, but exert only eriough pressure  to make the bristles flex slightly toward the tip.  .'pAiiNiTitNi^'to..Match .furniture ,  Do'ybtf have a favorite painting, curtain* fabric or rug?  Thfc Canadian Point Manufacturers Asrsocation suggests that"  '���^i'n^iht'o'roorn around your special occehf piece. Remember to coordinate the colon you chopsc, priprto purchasing  your paint.  D. (S. DOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  Deoler for  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Better - Longer  ' Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  006-2615  ml^mmKmtlmfM^mWfmm  GULF  duElding Suppltea  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  |n  SECHELT - 8852283  mmmmWMmBwmm***<flwmi  Iwiii' Crsel hmhm & .Building1 Suppl  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DEALER  Monomel and Brecto Points     -. ,  SUNSHINE COAST, HI6MWAY HEAM, &$$OW$ -..,.,   .M6-2B0B  Parker's  Harclwam Ltd.  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Man «f many talents, Jack Leyland's appearance, making the Mallora Tree
sculptures in metal are quite unique gift shop in SecheW a fescinatang
and at ^r»t glance, have a medieval   place toTvisit.
Arts and crafts . . . , ;
Talented Medroofls couple
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ARTISTS, silversmiihg, sculptors, design-
'ers,,' woodearvers—-these - are some of
the skills possessed by Jack and Millie
Leyland of Redrooffs, They have also
worked in films, pottery and puppetry.
Jack Leyland was born in Hamilton,
Ontario, and served in the Canadian Navy
dtiring *tbfe second world war. His war
service as a gunner attached to'merchant
ships took him to Australia, Uew Zealand,
-& America, .S. Africa and'Mexico, With
the end of ithe, war, he fame west to at-
tehd'art school'in. Vancouver and married
Millie Hasz. Ophis return to Toronto, he
worked at a stained glass studio, designing and painting, -Later, he was a commercial artist in an advertising agency.
: Resourceful and interested in all forms
of ant, he <then turned his attention to
filmy nnd made a film* "Spring 51" "which
was shown on CBC-TV. After experiments with animation; he became animator and production man in the film
prrfduotion bf "television commercials. In
Vancouver once again, jhe • worked for
CBC-TV 'as film editor for 18 months,
j* -Jack's interest in drawing and designing led him to an interest in jewellery and
M took a coursfe'at the UBC on the designing and making of jewellery -with the
talented Haida, Bill Jteid, as instructor.-
Siiice that time,- twelve years ago, the de-
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signing of modern jewellery has been his
principal interest. Since 1964 he has been
instructor of ai night school course for
adUlts at the Vancouver Art School on;
contemporary jewellery design. "Ho was
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0$ JUNE 30; 1965, nejv regulations" jvere
introduced through OrdCT-in^C^uncU, . to
rpgulate the operation pf driving schools
for theprotection of the public, These'-re-
glilations were prepar<Jd by, officials of
the Attorney-General's < Djepartment in
co-operation with the driving school ^ink
dustry, *      .        , - -» '-
Under -this "new standard Jhegardittg
drlvinjg instruction ior -learner-drivers or
motorists wishing' to improve their "driving habits- It -will be necessary that all
driving" schools* comply' with these' re^u,-
<lations by April \, 1970, 0!hey have been
introduced at this time, in order that driving schools will have adequate iitne to
meet these'rftrjuiremehts.,. \       .-■ \"   -
The introduction of- these reigulations
will prepare the-way'for, the time -whett
new legislation fc, proclaimed, whicli provides that no person wider the' age Of
eighteen years' cam driye a rmptor-vehicle
unless he is certified under-, a- driver-
training programme. Thepe progranUnes"
must'be approved by the-Proyinciar Superintendent'of Motor-Vehicles- It Maa^
sumed that these new. tegulationif; will
encourage morepotentaal-drivers^to :t$kfe
advantage of; the,/services of "drivink
schools - ,     _'.'-.,-      •'.■>,.   .
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Tu&tioyto friday J0.*3$ aim,«»5.*3jp p,ta,
.   Saturday 9;3Qa,irj. to 1:00 p^ta. .
, -Opticklers *.
coii-ages. ., ,.:
make, tlie -be_*Vvif-rjwl
'Zr^~Awi—"-«'"""T™-"*'^™^" ^r «*.■- Although some of the exquisite jew- work as individuals and Mrs. Millie w
toS^bSfS^^TsSuS ftexy |w)duced by Jack>d W0j*. Leyland is pictS ££*&£^onont |
,^-meTSlSjeweu^ Leyland is a joint effort, Key mostly of her own particular eMring derigw. §
Millie Leyland was born Millie Hasz
of Hungarian parents in Romania and
came to Canada at the age of 2% years.
She grew "up in Hamilton-wliere she first
met Jack Leyland. At the age of 14, she
left school to go to a hairliressing school,
at ihe,_same time taking a business course
at nights. She .worked as a hairdresser in
HaJhilton until she was 18 years old, when
the,iamily moved to" Vancouver-
,' Afjer her- marriage to Jack Leyfland,
she worked in a. beauty parlor while he
continued his art course. For six years
she 'made displays for Simpsons - and
Eatons _of .Toronto in the display studios
of Blaikie, Morrison & Co, In her spare
time, she has taken ,courses.in art and
rpottery. She studied sculpture under
Elizabeth Wynn Wood and she worked
with a puppet group. Eight 5*ears ago,
she started working with Jack in the jnak-
ing of jewellery/
They have operated- several gift shops
where they have sold their jewellery, pot-
tkry 'and imported novelties. One of their
stones on 10th Avenue in Vancouver, is
still being operated on the lines on which
ihey started'it. Millie' Leyland will con-
. sequently be quite at home in the Mallom
Tfcee 'at Secheltj which "she is now operating pnsimilar lines to'the 10th Avenue
- - 2*he-Leyland-> have one 14-year-old son,
Erifc, ivho gives every indication of hav-
Berger platform
Mackenzie MDP candidate
echoes pollntion protest
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DON IXXIKSTEAD/lfew Democratic can-
" didate for Mackenzie said at a recent
meeting oa Texada, that an HDP- government would not hesitate to prosecute industries or municipalities that consistently
refuse to obey and enforce JB.C. .pollution
He said that "it -is the fundamental
right of our people to enjoy clean and
fresh air and it is just common sense thatr
the preservation of our lakes, rivers, and
inland waters is essential to the future
of B.C.'s fishing and tourist industry."
. The present system is a farce. We have-
no less than three different Ministers of?
the Crown all trying to convince us they
are responsible for pollution control Last
year the Minister of Health announced his
.department had come up with Air Quality
Control Standards; he-forgot to mention*-
they were not under tlie Health Act and
had no legal force or effect,
'     Recently this same Minister-announced
ius*department has,now drafted 'Watpr
We accept that it is a PROVINCIAL,
not a local, responsibility. We would enforce the law to the hilt.'. There would he
no special privilege for big- business. ,...
We would place ^pollution" control under the jurisdiction of one Minister, the
Minister ot Health. This is what pollution
is all about—HEALTH. . -
Our legis-aiion would cover all pollution including land, air, water. ..','-
We would put a tax on pollution; and
the money raised would be eapnarked for
pollution contrefff. The mare.pojlutants.a
plant released, the'more tax.it will pay.
We would build sewage (treatment
plants and rent them to municipalities as
part of a plan to combat water pollution.
"We must 'begin- NOW" to'contadl-pol-
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.Bedrooifc ior the past, year in the house
which they bought from the Doug. Foley
-iamily.'    ,    • * • ' *    ,   .   ; >
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_rr/^f^hldsF   Qu^y.St-Uidajr^ Jgaw^Y '
'meVliv&rm^. dg^'TUrbnty*hom,&:toa nMhet%'~
Dr.„Erick' Paetfcau,-left, receivF©d.a
cheque for $100 from Po# Melldii mill
manager Ed Siwenrian jfer/the ;pn>-
posed RecpeatasonCeriter project."nie
cheque * was .presented. * on, behalf' of
all'.employees, at the Howe Sound
'Pulp.DivisMm in appreciation for tfav-
itfg worjked 50 days loss time accident
free. In the event that ttie employees
work,a -total.*! 100 days Joss'Jime
accident free,. Mr, /ShermanTste&ed
that; a further $200 would' be -doiiat^d
fey 4he .Cojmpatoy^ott'behaJf of *%e*em-
"Tlie Star-lite J.5,'on Ih8'sam9 ^
.boat, wiJI'eqji-Jtlie pedotmance of -f
a 1-iO fip_st0rn drive enjgine, wrbit^h is ,:
twit**? as heavy ana cogs hundreds of' :-
dolors mwe.,th6 reasons for iUfon- '*;
taslfc perfqnriai. ce are the Evit, rueis "fi
V4eppne and its oomput^r-ife^gn-id-F^
lower unit <wMch it-shares wth U$i-
115, tip big.f)rpthef).'Butto-look .)
at the $l3tf)ite 85, yea wmldti't to. -
lieve what rouse!? hides beneath that *
eo*np2ct)ipp!l,Thei«e>fihe£wn". u
rode f^poiwarhoo'd'ljai actually
deceased bytwo-thlf-B. in tjii jean. •;
It looks like a roofer ftM its sire, yet \
runs tifdst around other motors ih ■>
its horsepower dass/^ea' ij-flpw,;   '
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MMY, JULY Hi«9 a.m. to 9 pm
Friday Spedcal 9:00 ®oMo to
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of the other tjvo Mihisfes (Lands and
Forests and Municipal Affairs) arc paying
any, attention'to the Minister of Health
and his stak-dands.-'
In   addition,, the. Pollution   ControH
Board itself doesnot know which Minister
it is iupposed to be working for and it
has no real authority anyway.
At present, Municipaflities and industries that have been obeying the law
(such as Ihepuip mills at'Kamloops and
Tahs») are:
1. Proving that it is possible to control
pollution, and
2. They are, in effect, being penalized '
because their competitors are not being
forced to do the same,
A New Democratic government would
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During the strike you will find it an
advantage to note the following suggestions
Keep telephone numbers lor your safety agencies
hartdy. Operator jiosHlonB rnay be busy, but you'll
bo ablo Io get through to policy fire, ambulance
end olher ©drVicea In emergency when you have the
numbers besldeyour telephone eo you can dial .
'directly Id the servico you require,
©Srectorif ^sslstanc® ' ;
Uso your telephone directory to find the telephone numbers you need. When you rriuet call
Directory Assistance, make note of the numbers you
01 for future reference. Our Directory Assistance
Switchboards are being staffed, but eervlce will bo .
better for all 11 maximum uzO la made'of your'
diffectory. •
Local ■ SofuSco ^ ■■ "y 7 ■
Most of the Company's business offices will ro4
main open, but with limited etaff, Installation orders •
will be accepted, but Installations will have id bo
carried out on a priority basis with dvAllabto^tWf*
beinja:employed; first to meet urgent requirements
for safety agencies and other essential eervJcea,
B©pa8ir-S®rolc@ •■*• -InstiiltaUoiBs' • -
Repair services wHI bo carried ot»t, but also on wi:
priority basis., We'll do our best to keep all telo**
phones worftlng/ but must give attention first to
essential-service customers, such as dpefprs; hos-:
pjiats, fire and police services and ambulance
.agencies, pelays in phone Installations ,wllj continue through the, work stoppage, because urgent
priorities must bo met firat,
[LcsnO ©Jotar-CO.'
Where Direct Distance Dialing service Is available, did! your (
fohg distance calls directly..See your telephone directory for.
nrca codes ©od Instructions on usp of Direct Distance, Dialing, .',.',
©nd follow those Instructions to obtain-telephone numbers In
distant places by dialing dlreclly.,       ;,',,.. . ;.,.'.. ' .'.... .... ;,... ,,v'..'.,"
Don't be surprised If a mala voice answers when you dial
'•Operator."'' Y ,,'   .
Give lbs operator area code number together with the number    " *  " '
®f th8 distant ^»arty yeu are calling whenever poiBlbJs tndiori  ;   •      '-
-   ©trt-of-provlnoii.'calls, provide the area code, This will'spaed , ,7 '',."..
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Society.��  .-Tlie Presidpnti in his report on the  year's'acMyities, p#d tribute to tne Board  of Directors f for -their loyalty P^d, co-operation. Appreciation was * expressed to  the Secretary, the Treasurer, 'the_Di|ec-  1     tors -who had served on the various Com-  I      mitt-Jjes and to Mr. Tommy, Campbell who  hadngiven' mch/dMMng helped careful; attrition-; to ,ali tbe Society's legal  : P^temsj- *P?!*}��P- G/reene* said - he  felt  deepiy^honoured Jot tlie^ naming of the  hoMsin��,un,it% *^3reejifi^Cpint".) �� l/%\t  Restated that the*whole"project is to  ', ise^vattiSjl only vispfar a^'it-gives, happy  1      cb-n|ortable* hoj^wg p&\ old f^jIjc and to  ;   'da^/'he said", ike* Society had received  t*M.%3\*''    ��� ^ 3      noting but expisessions of gratitude from  >   J%s.%      v    j >p j]   ''^Utjietekjanferjfeieltthata^^efforts  v Y  "' ** ' h-tcrbeferf wi>rth"* wliile vand commended  ' *   \    \   . 4h^ project-to-.the-ppople of the arga^for  ^   ^    <a   , ,%|r continued ,'^pport,'. Ainopg. tlie or-  " ganjs^tions he,"m����tipn��d whicb hadFgen-  [ ejVt#y:*suppqrtf-^l ,tlie^Spciety were , the  * gun^i^ Goa^t-, Ll*3r��s' ,Club ,and-Biauch  ty9 j^^riadian LeglonYlt ^was interesting  ' and'?jgmfieaht,; hejs^d,^ that 'help was  even-coming frphy js^s&ttlemght as Jar  ^Wfy 'as^ Cortes Island, 'ytfyofe. P*k FAngli-  can42)^rchjf/qnien yva&made .generous  cpntribiittons.^pd jbgyendopjied ijie-bomes  \  * -V*    *T  V  V\  K  -5.*-*-        .  '  .*.*-*��� *-.  P,-:bf  ..*     ?   c    *   I  * -. ; V*-"* iw ! +V  *#*������   r           *    -J    I          ' ^    *-^*'- fl***5* t i *  ���ii ��� i*Ml_ii i tmwt kit, ii i----I��-*��in/           * Im mi* 111 __a________w*_trjM_ii_fti-ii Ifcilia Ir                *,_,_-, ^    ^     ,              _           *il^����������i^ti.            _ ...     t .>  -' * --**J.  ** **  '      *-*>>-*---i��'f-*'*J>Pi'_  5fl4iry Walker,  . Madden and  ;cted to till, the  expiry of the  urley,. Ben-Lang  ill and Eric E.  <n*."-.i  /yp  ._,���%���  -:,"-.   ;i  ', -.*, t  t *r  y-.  ���s*>  rti^i-n rffi.-nm..,..! .*    .!.���   -*-     *���    Ji i  ���f('if."^/-i_-?J  ���HM.>H^1--Il0t i Hi J   J    J  Ny/��� K <& '  *      **      ���*,    ,*   I -1.  r.   V." "* '�����.���"��  ' .  *- '���*y *  ��.*   ...��  ance.  * ** ".'* �����  -���;/'  J  iBacksfagjK^  -  l_* ��.-  -,1.     i.      A.     ��JP       -ry\*^rt  V        *k  rial       ; \  After a* meal ended with, a swee\ sticky  dgssert/tke Jeeth are not. left clean. Immediate cl-^nsing is wise ptt ail such  occasions. This will deprive the bacteria.  of thS sweet materia--, for'their ac|d-fttrpi-  ing activities. '       *   '        jg��***_.  ' " - '- ^-    K    ^ S^~?  Flowery phrases wili. "  Walter S/ife^?aye,  ���'Investigate conditions  ��EFpR|en!tejing.tr}e  water, and always swim  wltha&iddy.**  *rs��  f 'Sui-sl-ine���;CQ2^ <panl^kcfonvard:.to '. froip left:cMr. J^adftsl^v Pe^i?!^,' Itfr, ** ��� ��^* * * - ;* ���- : ' *-,.  . u^tty |Hib?e \4$xuty\'&re^',l^to Ron" iSlcPfaedran, Hqiu Isabel:-Dssif--M{ ' ' *,,. -n//?^  - inan^i-^t^g^ev^Q^-Suit-a^s   son.^^a,453yn��^ea^^j.^Dr.-Rran-  !  PRESENTS Y-  r   ���  - -"*     *  *'   *---/Y :- '���  > < '<��� * - \ <  ^   * /  .      '      *    *        >  i  t  *- /:;^'^i,  ���  i(    ��., y*^.- v��  i  *   - If -  t   *.  .  'p ���.' '.  . V   ���>�� *R  *  . r   .     -i" '  1  i_.   * ji*__  1  <V.J   *~,  .*:  ��� MiediAe::-ai^3��tti��p^  f  v���.*  STARRING:-  Leonord Whiting, Olivia Hussey,  Tedinicolor - Cartoon  Out 10:20 p.m.  S\arH 8 p.m.  INCREASED ADMISSION  SATURDAY MATINEE ot 2 p.m.  Everyone 50c  No children bdmitted unless  accQtnpanied by an odult on all  ; .-"''eve^jng.sbowirtfls,..,, ;   , <  FRI.,r$r\T��� AAON���/''  JULY 11th; 12th prfd 14th  _t��i��iyi����i��i����������i>��i-i��inn->��ai��MM��-ii>wiiMro_tiinn��iwr��i  Vvfc, .-^.j  {'���*wv��.*^ r-��� *  ��!*!.���'*���*���'�� "P.  !  rC��w!'v  .*.*  isitaii��iasg��<^  - I'm  RlfcOPEAN HSHES���/Sf SP5PAITY  Cofefooge #p//s - F^r<^ps -^Bo^ft ,> Vienna Schnizel  . A Juicy, Steaks J> Home tqaked Ptes7  ALSO Br QRDEft TO TAICi O.UT  BANQUCTS AND WEDDINGS CATERED TO -  1  . * '  * /.  ^rft|g omI| the fomlly to our  Sp6dql $May Turkey Dinner  Dining oj^it, cqn l?e o mo?t exciting family  "affair here, Our'irifenU has tdste treats for  ev^ryon^ .- ���> flur'^rvice is'cpurteaus and  "f   . -    '.^ient,   ".*.", Vfflfa "W*f2��?^!;fo*" reservation  ;  i  Ajp'"   /. * - -        -{*..   j^��  ��      ufl,^ /      ,      '.      Y,/    f/_     -iifataaiii^^  *. -Y < ?,***  / -*;  i\A? T-f *      �� )'  A  i,w �����<, ,i j ��V , ,f-t <   *���'      - L Lrtji  Cortf-entration  Jan'Zvortik concentrates on composition c^-filslpic^r;^ whl^i will be a r<>r  Mo Problom - ��� , minder of nis vi^it to'Canada. Cam-  There was no problemof communi-   Krafochvflova," Heather Wright, Eva   <T$ t*%? feWf* ^jC^iS?6'?^1  ff-Sffifeasai-a jj**-*^**--!**,,. s^^sftssa;.  the help of thedr dictionaries.Danuse    *   * -  j hafrpy hours of oomp-inSonship.  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TAPE   ~-   AFPUQUES'  AND MANY OTHER ITEMS FOR YOUR SEWING NEEDS,  , I       , l"1-     B  ;    . v' t-<'''r '���-'vi tiS-,*1*' 11 /���-> >*W^ ^'. ,** i~f<>v U'.'^v * * fti ����.��** wk^ia .'f j s  Ste* H. iil!i  SPECIAL LIMITED NUMBER  Bone China Cups ��ni 'f mwmm '  \  Ono Partem *'Reg. 1.19 -..-_ ���.7������.-���::__���;���.-.Y--_,for' i  See our .NCW:P/4play Mobiles o*n^ HOVEtTIES.  ���"���**�����**_,.  |   ����cheft  B0S-9343'  |  Say You Saw It In The-Times?  ou owe it to yourself tosawa,  Your Truo Savings earn 6 y.Yo per onnum with Interest palct ^emt*  wwoaJly based on your rriinimuro monlhty ^aianca,'     ,   * *'  P-8. Cht^uable Snivinos up to 3'///^  ank of Montreal I  Canada Rist par^ .  Now you con put on cod*to hard work ,  when It <omes to finisiilna siding, fences,  nhinoics Ond   shakes.   Flecto  Woodlono -  Exterior FJnlsh primes, seals, cotuurj and  protmH olmost any wood surface In |i��*t -  ene maty step. ' 7   ''''', !  0e a winner In another way. Thji finlth  lasts ond lasts ond lasts. There's tip need 7  to be refln'shing every year! Hera's nvhyi  ��� riect*   Vfoodtpno   Exterior  finl'fy  H  non-fodlng. ' '  ��� It's Woter-repel lent.  ��� It's   specially   formulated   fo {jroju^ct  ogolnit mildew. 7     7  ��� It's   *��fVeclo!ly  fomuildtecl  t<|[ pw\i<^ '���"���  ogalnit wood rot, \ \     f  ��� Easy to apply.  Here's a few more winning pluses.  #l��f**�� W��^te��wi E��t��*tor ff f#tftJ�� |f Hnk  drying. Comes im fowr tolld p&loytn pf  ?*. t* p*  ^'.tlS''''*! Y   . ���    ' --'  -'   '��W..W""-   i       F,  JJ,       U      ,.��(.��'   *    ��|'F  sy m y*. 4*'a ,     - fis^yy  wf*rr$YH* ^ >^ - * te^^ig  Pf**lJI '   ��    ��',�� <'    '     ���      *��t**^3 lv  ^^.-.^ii*. .S'a A��...... _u��2-��-iS   ���. j_i  con tm ttdiH^d 30% with *vaf��_r for Wm(-  tron&porunt Unl'Jh.  And is a snap to clean up �� , , wltft o  little soap and water.  Here's Ihp Qrfatest put on fiver!  You eon ttwra twsi^��/it>1l��;" fer!sp'  ASM iVOR IT AT 'YOUII FL-HTfO DEALER  secho.t,ec.  '��� ���      mom 805-2085  Soy you want to HnbkttoK WlffriM Hnuh'tiwTlash.  f, ^m    (*���,(!��, m ^c#v ���"pfWi* '  **B^ll*M#%ilf. ��^��^^ * ,'(11^"f,^*,,k���,,^-*,,  !.(* *     p  ^t^-*^,^*p .f^ ,i��^,#. y*-.-^mm *"������ ^pf'H*; ���* '.-f i**&��i>*,*,  '    *   >     *    A *   >f-    *   -^���f^--*)^'^^l��H^***?B^M��^ -HPP^-.P.f.ffprf'.  *** ** "*^-* -%. w. 1  .frt    -,^����.���(��    ^yM.*,^^*,^^   -H   ^(   [f?^yj  �� h���^ * ���^,rtiw^^cpVi ���or**" **-\* rip-Ao**^*!,,.,  jr^lWV" ���V-^^.'^^^l^WiAJ^V*-.  ���pM>^��>*i^~eL��i><-H(��> fj> -iJA*, *%�����*������*",  Halfmoon Bay  iertings  ,r ~hy Mary "tinkley  OHERE will be Bingo at the Welcome  -*.Beach Hall on. Wednesday, July 0, at  7;3<J p.m.  Admission is free and c^rds  8- cents each.  Everybody welcome.  *   At a meeting of the Redwell Ladies'  Guild held on July 2, officers elected were  Mrs. Hugh Duff; President-and Mrs, Janet  "Allen, Vice-President.   Mrs, M- Tinktey  . agreed to serve as Secretary pro tepi until  another Secretary was appointed.   Any  Volunteers should apply tp Mrs, Duff at  885-9508,  It was agreed that the Projector, whieh  ' was at present on loan to the Welcome  -Beach Community Association sh<?uid be  officially handed over to them. Members  of the Cuild agreed to co-operate in running tlie Country' Fair to be held at  Cooper's Green, Redrooffs, on Saturday,  JrtJy 26.  The Fair program includes-homerbak-.  ' ihg, rummage, aprons, toys and novelties,  Bingo *and-a? hot dog stand. For the children there will be faces and a fishpond.  Donatioti-�� for fye  fishpond,   rummage,  .'''  -"j.^.-v^l.-w-^  y r ��. _<��is-y"��  1 . i . -  Wednesday, July 9, 19*$9  Tho Peninsula Times .       Pa$e P-3  ' ""***���'  12$ delegates ��, . .  aipwai: gomwemipu  C(��^f   f   *< >    ,w  '  w   * ������'- *+ ~~  against Wilson Creek, Port Mellpn- ag-  THE B.C. Old Age Pensioners Qrganiza-,.  tion held its convention this year JUhe  18 - 19 - 20, with' 125 delegates representing 83 branches. The weather v/as  warm and so was the welcome from the-'  Mayor and Council of Port Alberni at the  official opening in the Echo *07 Recreation  Centre.  Woted among the visitors were 'ttwq ^  ladies from the new'"Ethnic Branch.  In his opening remarks the convention-,  chairman Mr, Yates, welcomed the delegates | who represented a membership of  13,000 throughout the province, * Introduced to ��he convention were nine former  board members who were attending as  delegates or -visitors, Wednesday .was-  taken up with reports for officers and  general business,    _ .    '  Following' the session the members  and friends were taken on a tour *of tfoe  Valley followed by a special film on the  forest. Refreshments were served courtesy   r    ^ -.^-.j^.���,  tUilulul v     ......     .    ,     Landing; Barge y    ���;     '      \t       -\ -6��������,. ���lls>vll ^ICCB.  sewinjs^u add for a'gioreryhan^er S   Many Secheit residents thought wft&h ;mbrn��i|.: , Instead of "disgourging. ,its   S" kc.ivLP.1 ^ pe^" Hotei'lgaSt   of XXviS?^1-^  i  be graiefitfly accepted: and can he left at  the .Hugh D��ff or McCrady homes,  MONTHLY GHAUT  Both the 'Halfmoon'Bay Recreation  Commission, and the Welcome Beach Community Association! have received notice  from the Community Programs Branch  of the! Department of Education that they  have been awarded a monthly grant of  $20 for recreation purposes,  VISITORS     '   ���  Many cottages in the area are now occupied and there are guests in many  homes. At Redrooffs, guests of Don Ross  are his sister, Mrs; Tip Corson of Vancouver and his cousins, Mr, and Mrs. "Len  Pain of Bournemouth, England,  This Is Mr. Pain's first visit, to Canada  and he was thrilled to catch a nice salmon on Jus first fishing trip, Mrs. Pain  was here in 1961 and has been counting  tlie days until she cou'ld make a jreturn'  trip.  At the Mbrrice Hanleys are Morrice's  cousin, Jim Morrice with his family from  Goodwater, Sask.  Jack and Rachel Dixon with daughters Corrine and Rhonda, have arrived  from Prince George for a" visit with, the  Frank 'Jorgensens. The Dhtons are fomser  residents of Secheit. .       '    .  At the Harry Lumsdens are Mrs. Joyce  Stevenson with Wendy and Brian from  Vancouver. " |  Vacationing at the MePhalen cottage  are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forshaw and Lissa.  At Seacrest; Grant McCrady and. bis iam-  ily are vacationing at the home of his  mother, Mrs. Blenche McCrady, while  guest of the Keith Comyn's is their grandson, Trevor ManshalL  At the Ed. Tjensvold's on Trout Ijake  Road is Mrs. Margaret Jones of Port Kells.  -Twin yisators-to the Bay are causing  eveij Ihe most sober of our-residents to  wonder whether they are seeing * double.  t|y^dtairrived riir, one: tell swoop -lri��chaniztEHi:cttt>tents onto the sleepy  secheit,  when this Bute "towing barge, loaded   ,he��ch it.jpieked .up twoski67devsjor  ^ift.timers,>ilfiggiiig"'jTacics; '-csc^'y* ����ipiiu->at- to. Guilford Island, whk.li  boatis, cars'and tracks,-lowered 4ts    wfere' sMllfiilly ytrianeuyered   onto  ramp onto the foreshore oil-��� &w&yt .fearge,by-t>aye-Burritt,-'-, -. ,  unsmne.  Sports  LITTLE LEAGUE  In a meeting held last Sunday, the  Little League managers and coaches  picked the Little League all-star team to  represent the Sunshine Coast in the Division 5 play-offs to be held on Sat. and  Sun. July 19 and 20 in 8A Park, Tsawwas-  Thursday���resolutions were the order  of the day���there are still ipany things  the pensioners need apd. these are brought  up at eaeh convention "in the form.of"  resolutions which "later go <to both -governments contained in* a brief. Resolutions included higher pensions���more'allowable income���non-taxation of the security pension���more continuing cate hos-  at which Hon, Isabel Dawson spoke on the  way�� in which the new counselling officers-are helping the ,aged to make -their  wants known, she also outlined the Pilot  Project'of the Mobile Hearing Aid Clinic  which,is scheduled for Chilliwack in a  few weeks.  There was a concert hy the Echo Sunshine Choir and the Coombs Branch concert party.  Elections took place Friday morning  and Mr, Yates was re-elected as president,  Mr.-Everett Blish second vice, Mrs, M,  MacKenzie re-elected as treasurer. Four  new, directors were elected, one re-elected  to the hoard: Mrs, M. Bush, Mrs. A. Sharp,  MrYG. Urch, Mrs, S. Daniels and Mrs.  E- Thacker,  . 'J/fore and more elderly people are coming to B.C.���in Victoria alone 71 per cent  of the population are over'65, It seems  wise therefore to keep, ottr organization  thriying and-working for thofee who cannot help themselves,        '    .  sen, Sunshine Coast goes against South    IrTrt^^Z^f^^Z^i^^  Richmond at 6:30 on. Saturday, July 19,  ALL STARS  The All star team will consist of Ken  Buckle  and  Mike   Marleau   of  Gibsons  MEN'S SOFTBALL " - v Y' ,* ,*���" \-    .red wemt *2 for 3 for Roberts.Creek;with a  SUNDAY, June 29 R.C.M.P. got Zrunkfin    doub. e ^ndt a home'run.     '.  - the first inning .and held Pii:to:down        This-finished the league play, for the auiLLKau  ^  ^1D^ins  Henry Weibe, pitching for'RAMJ.,    not'be.played as'they'have no bearing   2,^,��  ^ A 5l tr��� *  r?T  struck out 14 and walked 1 in picking up* * on which teams make the play-offs,    ' J   ^ and Bohby wuliams *f  Glb"  the'win, wWleCarl-^uchstrwckoutr^,;   ��� With the  schedule'^mplet^d,  tfcere  and walked 3 for Secheit. ' y  *-. y,    ^ere 4 .teams-tifed* for, first pla6e, Port  The three runs in'the first ended,the' Mellon, Secheit, RiCMP, and Pe��'Hotel,  scorii}��, excejpt -toriwo home runs hx the IVilsoh Creek and Hydro, in StWVand' 6th  **���-*    '      "   ���-...-.     .--..--. _._._.��_.     place advanced to <thg play-offs vs^ich in-  on much needed drugs and additional' low  cost housing.  There was a banquet Thursday .evening*'  3rd when G. Hubborp .homered, foi* Secheit and Jerry Horsman for R.C.-M.F^  Wfeon Creek bombed Firemen 25 p  4c at Wilson Creek. Cliff Salahub wenf  the- distance for Wilson Creek and scattered^ hits in getting the win. Cliff alfo  cams \ up with more than enough offep,-  sii^^liower to win his own game, as h��  weni-,3 for* 4 at the plate, .including aiZ  run "-homer in the second and 5 RJB.I'&  Pelly^Poulson went 5 for 5 with 2 dojubles  asnd}'3 singles 'and| also bou^it in'5 tiunsT^  Hydro won their game against Roberts  Creek 7-0' as Roberts .Creek" failed to  field a .team., . , . _    = /'(  SECHELT DOWNS PJM. I  Tuesday, July 1. In a game being  made up, Secheit edged-Port Mellon 6'tp;  4, Carl Kohuch, for Secheit, struck out 10,  walked 6 and gave up only 4 hits, while  I^ee McGee, ior Port' Mellon, struck- out  % walked 1 and allowed just 5 hits.  - 5.  eludes, the first ,3 teams from-the .first  half of the schedule," Pen. Hotel/ Secheit  and Pdrt^Mellon, and- the 3 teams in the  second-half, R.C.M.Fy Wilson Creek and  '' Hydra    y     _      Y   "���  The play-offs consist-of 3 series, jjfirst  a sudden ifeath series eliminating 3 teams  I and a seccjnd sudden death game witli one  <team getting the-by,  to  eliminate, the  , fourth team, leaving the two, top. tgams  tor the final series, -v '    * ;., %*-..  v l"he first roiwid draw tenures-Hydro  sons Merchants and Al Niekerson, Scott  and Craig Rodway, Dave Lamb, Bruce  Gibson; Terry Rodway, Kelly Bodnarek  and David/Nestman Df'Wilson Creek  Orieles,  Glenn Phillips, manager, Tor Marsnas,  coach, and Dennis Hall, assistant coach,  v/ill be traveling to towm with the team.  COMING GAMES  In preparing for their all star game in  Vancouver, the all-stars will be playing 2  exhibition games next week. Wed. July  9 at Wilson Creek park against Gibsons  Kinsmen, Game time 6;30.  Sun. July 13, Brother's park against  Sunnyerest centre (Jr. Babe Ruth) Game  time 1;30 p.m-  _, <_ ���-,..* j-t.,.^-.,.. ���J-* '   "        *  !  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  j  The Sunshine Coast Regional District requires'the services of a  General Superintendent with previous experience in municipal waterworks systems. This is a new position which will entail maintenance of  existing utilities and inspection of a major water supply project.  Applications stating qualifications/ availability and salary expected should be submitted to the undersigned by Friday, July 18th.  1969.  R.R. 1,  Secheit, B.C,  CHARLES F. GOODING  Secretary-Treasurer  5  They M.dte^ of W^teSfiL f^hn^^u^iSt%m\e'  convert who are.gueMs- of-their /cousin; ' S^-^ ?3_r _*n.P?..V"f_? S_ffl?*^^-  Louise Rutherford.  Tho-Dpn Hendersons have moved ihto  their beautiful' new home at Halfmoon  Bay'and JMr. and Mrs. Fritz Leuchte have  settled permanently into their Welcome  Beach home to enjoy a- well-earned" re-'  tirement. \  On the sick list art1 Mrs. Mel Harvey  in hospital in Vancouver and Oliver Petit,  back" to score 4 in the top of' the fifth',"  Port Mellon tied it in the bottom, of ihe  5tK and then Secheit went in front "to  Stfir as they scorep..2 more in the seventh.  /���'Thursday, July, ?rd.- Iri the last regular league game -of -the season Roberts*  Creek beat Firemen 11 to 3, with. Jack  Eldred going all the way." for Roberts  Creek an$ allowing only 3 Hits. Jim Eldr  .l-i-  *.  ,        . ���T  Wit  %mmmmmmm&m��^sm^i^-Mmmmm:>mi^)^sm  i   _ , , ,       , r        .  St. John Ambulance  ASUNSTROKE victim mf��y stwldenly develop headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and sometimes abdominal cr^mp,  leading to collapse and unconsciousness  warns St. John Ambulance. The/face ,is  pale with cold clammy sweat.' The pulse  is weak.  Place the casualty in a cool place.  If  ���;��� ���First Aid Tips . ��� .  carefjilly in. case t)]e conditiori changes to  heat streke.  The new World Trade Center, now ,un>  .der construction in lower Miinhattjip, NtHv  York, will have the ,two tallest buildings  in the world���-110 story towers that soar  1350 feet into the air, (The current eham-'  pion, the Empire State Building, rises .1250  conscious, givep lenty of cool salted water,. , feet).   Covering -230 acres  It^'.ipmltoft -  to drinH  (half a teaspoon  per .pint of    square feet), the World Trade 1,Center, to  water). If. he complains of -feeling cold/   be-completed by 1973, will cost $600 mil-  koep fyim comfortably warmp and watc{i . lion.   ,, .      '  t       ��� ���        ������ i   ��� �� ,. .- .   .     f       /      r    *     ^ ' '    " ?*   \-    ���'        lit *        . \ , ��   ,  a5ci  ������WW**.  MMLHIMWa  aUiNO and;HIS ORCHESTI  STARS QF J.V..ANP RAPIO  Sisly 11th and 12fh  -Fdfdpy Smoifosboi-dl' ���� fi$pt>p.tn*  Entertainment from 9 p.m. to 2 o.m.  Saturday Smorgasbord from 7:3*0  p.rri, Entertainment from 9:00 p.m.  [  "    '     '     i '     l   t       t i I  t'jYF' ;'   :ii7xl,.^7, '        r I  mmmiumim  imttmimtmftmtmmntukmf^imm  amnn��wjnnJutnmmmtifUfuvtHimtm0iimm0  SE10P BRAND HOUSE PMS  woeilo'o rii^T imms.  A dazzling .White, house- paint* *y. ith  $uper quality ,��� super debility.  Guaranteed to cover; any color in  one coat., ',>        i   , * ,  Reg, 14.95 Gal.      m 0  pGA-L.  HIGH GLOSS OR VELVET FJNiSH  CSeoke of  , ���  , y ,   or  ('�����._      *.L��H_L       * -SL ..__*__.. ^����^-  *���***  EASY TO USE  ��USE PABI  FAMOUS FOR QUALITY  IOUSE PMMJ  f<,.  To-.$jh durable full  Obi* house point.  Gives your homo ck-  tra  yean  of  beouty  ood protection.  1  Reg. 12.95 Gal,  'SPECIAL/ ���  , j^^^p^P *S0,**VL   *i��iint>M4i��I. Wp* 7^  WHITE AND 300 COLORS  MnmH'Wati0,  7:mmmmn77)  1   '      11*  ��* i f 1 .t ,4,,' y v  .    .IJJ'K.    n*"F��   I  Ideol   for   wood   end  masonry. Resists bli*.-  ttrina    ond    pcdlna.d   .  Eosy  lo  apply.  Dries! f  In 30 minutes. Tools \  clean op In toop ond "  wafer.  Reg. 13.25 Gol.  SPECIAL  ^O*���� ���J0*'-  WHITE AND 300 COLORS  *"&.  Reg. $11.95|  Site . ���  Got  MEM-GL0  Sola   Ji Qr.  KEM-GLO ^  %o%. $15,15  (grin  j^uiinj��irtjniri.nn.ffin_nirn  FACTORY REP. WILL BE AT  (1969) LTO.  JULY 11 AHD 12  ���-"  Snfradpcing  fit WUUt iCIbd.,  suit 0 Ooleiirs  fo��*M'<fti^p*W|iygi)^^  l!fMHhfa^^  ���*����(_)*��� <��,****��(*** "  vi^wpfffryFty**^!**^^ ��*IV\,VV  ii  >**���  t  * **. y  I ' |  i> 'r  F* fc  y  . **���  1 *-,  Y,  'il*  ,��   tf  ^7av��Y*f"J  f. ^ . 7   *    v ,* i1      ,���.**-**?*',  ,r Isahel Dawson >��� v'�� yyyYy ... v  - ~���,"���;������- , '"       7T77' iyy-tyy -<. .-  *^_k ^iT *P J.,    .J. JL '^fc. mwM* _MH_il-__!_ J_Llt__>r ���__-*  *'*.'  #*4sWlf.��*V  tfee Pet-lnt.___aT.me9  Wednesday, July 9,1969'  inisSer wi&otat portfolio  - -  i " /    ,Ji,   4 "f-K \ ?"~ i > ' w    rip      t  supports mcome tax motion  ����  /  /  ^^  'wisdpm allow ihe exemption to'efcange at.  / v  -        ���_.<  th> same time"        .     . *��   . * ' "<    "     was^re-elerted *for two years. Mr.'Haley  "she said exemptions, s&oulia 'be, raised   Gibsons will'continue as first vfee-presi- .  from $MWQ to at least $1,500 Jor -single   'dent for a second year. - ��   ,   y ,  pensiWs and up to $2,000 at ?0yShe    * Other  ��topers  elected  were frad. <-  felt mt for married couples ihe exemp-    vice-presidenf ��.'  C .Bhsb, . Parks',  iian should be at least $2,500 at 65, Rising   treasurer, Mrs. Margaret MacKenzie, Van-  to,$3,000 at age ?0.     ,       *r "Y '   ^ - v     -oouver; secretary Mrs.  Lillian Brpiwne,  - -Outlining efforts made by the provin* ,' White Rock.    j Y    ,  dal government to imorove the valuation       Directors are*. Tom Alex, White Bock; _   j  for the elderly, Mns. Dawson said; "Here   Mrs. -A- J. Bush, Endexby;  Mrs, -Elsie  we are^on one side providing additional   Whacker, Salt Spring. Mrs, Becky Sbajrp,   ���  benefits whole on the other hancC tk-fe   Vancouver; E. JJrch, Suryey; Ben Clarke,  federal government is ra3dng them ^ck."*' .Williams Lake;  Sam Baniels,  H^monds  Present  provincial   aid   could   hring , branch. . N  payments up to $139^0 ,monthly"&r ea.ai* a��� The delegates approved .about 313 out  ' pensioner together with other health!- and , <* 68 resolutions presented at the con-  welfare   benefits,   including liospiia-iza^    ference,   -   -   *,    y^  "  ' .  tion,. but failure to change fedferal In- . " _ ��� '   ��� ^  ���come-tax exemptions measat that p��Kion-  ��� ers had to pay income tax, ��   * ��   l<  -... She described provincial plans to. pno-  ��� vide additional housing complexes for "the  elderly,-She said $500,000 had been set  aside ��or the largest new project in1 Bur-  quitJana, $275,000 ior Port Moody, 'and  $177,000. for North Burnaby. '  , -  Walter Safety says,-  ''Keep alHnttated toys  out of the water. Play   ,  with them on the beach  where they belong-"  mrumm p��li��eiiies  GRAVEL * EXCAVATING  PITCHING * BAC&HOES  1        ;  Box 172  Seehm 1   889-9666  Red Cross Worker  Many duldren iri Vietnam are enjoy- !  ii^ the comfort of Mss Emma Ed- 1  .mo-ids hand Iqiitted socks Jot last |  y^ar she completed 387 pairs. Not \  always Wtesed yftfh good heaKbf Miss m  Edmunds .who lives with her parents,  Mj*; and Mrs, Peter Edmunds at Kob-"  er���s>er5eek is a devoted Red Cross  worker and her constant comj>an5��nj  -who sings merrily as she knits is her I  tbeauth\il grey and white cat who in- "  sisted on being recognized.  Ari Gallery features  popular artist's work  JO^MICHIE n-seds no introduction to  '"those interested in art on the Sunshine Coast, her portraits, especially^ of  diiidren are greatly admired a<ada the  (immunity'Arts Council Gallery is happy  to"announce her,third show from July 8-  July 26, - ,      .    ,  ��� The portraits in this display "are all  new Ho the Sunshine Coast. Jo-Mfcbie'is*  . w^l'known footer workrwith pastes and  ^>*^vdt"faad^%>ec-i_llzes i&lxainljngs' of.  Canadian Indians and Eskimos. This *col-  le6ti*pn includes two portraits jof Chief,  Dan, George of Capilano. i1 . j  j.-Mtre. Mitchie now lives in Coquitlam   |  but* is a 'former resident of this area and  i her parent? Mr, and Mrs. Jack Gibsons  live, tin Sedielt      ( - -,  ,  t -The Gallery has always pottery oil display' made by Mrs. Gibsons and to coincide with her daughter's show M**'.'  Gibsons has arranged a special pottery'  exhibit. A new and larger kiln has made  it,possible for her to experiment -jvith  larger ceramidj and her interest, ari mix-1  ihg her own glares has produced new and  interesting results, including some attractive lamps and decorator vases.  Following this_ painting and  pottery  exhibit at the end of July and begining  of August will be the paintings of another   E  I    well  known local  artist.  Kay  Wells of    p  Roberts Creek.  The Gallery is open daily (except Sunday and Monday) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  In 1943, at a cost of nearly $100,-000 a  mile, some 16,000 Canadians and Ameri- %  cans completed one of history's great engineering feats by punching the Moan  Military Highway through 1523 miles of  w-ldcrncss in Only eight months and 11  days.  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