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Portfolio, expressed great pleasure -today* at the annouoeement by "the'  Honorable, Ken- KieWn,-;Minister of netp    xTunSng^a^rZ^Wher^  reation -and Conservation, of the ^establish-    plans are completed'which  meh-F.'of Garden ���, Bay .Provincial4 Marine    bufldip^o/campingj, ptei^clung,  Park on,'.he north' shore* of Pender liar**    ar,d bovWaumtihig fficilitieir.  bour.    ���'<���,,','     <.*/.-   V        f ' trail��ystem tfrpoints-giybig  i-Included in the new. 402-acre-park is a*   offender HarboiitV^the whole**,    42-atre .property purchased > from" long- , be, accessible to, highway < trayellejcsr-xand.  time G-Urdeh Bay residents, Mr..and Mrs. water-borne^rect-eatiohists. * "*,."*-'"' *~-  F. *G. Clbydon., The Clayden, property has Protected, within 'Garden' Bay Marine,  about 1,000 feet of water frontage on Gar- Park iaretwo points of .historical lsigni-r  deri Bay and forms the'nucleus of the ' ficance. ,One is an jfodi_uf grayeyajrd'on  park-which also /has frontage on Garden the ocean frontage and tbe otherjis ?n  Bay Lake'giving a unique situation of Indian coming-of-age ce_**mohi_ii-ground  both ocean and; fresh water frontage 'in    on" the tdp"of" Mount Daniel,  ��� ; 5 r   .'     ...���: 1 < : , -..      .      '..   . *>...*��� .'    -  Highly rated ,.].    - 1-   ;  ' y Serving. tiiS* Sunsjijne Copst} (Howe-SounB toJervi-S Inlet), including'Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons^ Roberts Creek,  __ ,.., _. _   n... .        _.       _.....       ..      _ Egmont,  Registration No. 1142  2nd "Class Moif.  concerts.  DjELTA Community,Band"!considered to  be the best community-band in Bri-  ���professional men, teachers,' teenagers--  and they all play voluntarily^ for jolea  tish Columbia,-will pla> in Gibsons June sure. One, function of the band is to pro-  21* and-at Secheit* June 22, JBotb coneqrts v^de, a .pla.ce. for, gradua-esT-ofcthe''Wgli  are sponsored by the,Sunshihe Coast 'Arts - -school musiic1 classes'to ^continue to;play.  Council, ..*�����'���     *    t  Y  -. '   ,'     There 'afe about 80 persons enrolled as  .The visiting band-wilLbe condUcte4   regular pldyers biit only -50 "will :inaKe  by its, regular bandmaster Robert1 Herfr    this trip  riot^ member K of Vancouver Symphonj*  Orchestra-^nd leader oi.the orchestra'at  By's/Theatre--Restaurant^ in Vancouver;,  Hfr>,>vas formerly "assistant coniluctbr"of  the JNORADr Band of-Goltorado Springs,  Colored?, made up of,musicians''from the  ~.__This -year -thte - band" won" the-open'  class of bqth' the < Coquitlam District  -Musical���Festival ���and - the -Vancouver  Kiwanis Music Festival, the largest "it-  British Columbia. It has alto 'placed first  .,-",-       ,. . , at  th? .Abbotsford  International'  Bancl  armed forces of Canada .and tbeUnitsd    competitions, but did 'not/compete .his  otatcs,   t\t,        >     *      ..,-,, '    year- , f   '.   ,  ��J��r.-Herriot is a,well known trumpet      ,    y r *.���.      ,..___���_.  sojoist in .much-demand in Canada and    J*' "' �� ���  the .United*States. He will-play a'trump-    Pn'TririaTIW   fOmclyaflflU^  et splo -with the band during, the concert,    vUlllJJCniy   I CyiMI aUUUd  Delta; bandsmen will also, play solo     * " ' ' ' "  ~  numbers  in   addition to  a  p'rogranx" of  oveKures," marches ahd'show music.  ; The' Delta-baad is composed of. musi-r  cian's of'all ages and degrees of musical  skill'. The youngest- member is 10 years  br age and theoldest is 72 With 64 years    fon',��**^ announcea roaay an _ui ��iii��  of experierice behind'him. - <l\-- ' ^h foF ^ n^mPer ofjJ^^^l*  ��� It is supported'by-Delta Municipality    com'P^mes-  reach all iime record  u-.-^,  EVIDENT of the great economic,expansion of British Columbia, the Attorney-  General, the Honorable Leslie fR, Peterson,' Q.C., announced today an Jall time  Volume 6, No. 28   '  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,1969  ����c  n| \ -I****  -.* "  *  . ' .  'MAY 28 meeting of the Secheit fWA to the  Brownies and Giiides was held' at the  home of Mrs. Charlotte Jackson. District  Commissioner Mrs, Dorothy Stockwell,  Division Commissioner Mrs. Betty Allen,  as well as Guide and'Brownie leaders  ' were also present.  Highlight of the evening was the presentation, of the District' Commissioners  pin to Mrs, Dorothy Stockwell by Division  Commissioner Mrs, ,Bet.y Allen, and pre-.  sentation* of! World Friendship,, pm and  Brownie spoon to Mrs. .Bonnie Paetkau,  Brown Owl of :the Wilson.Oreek Pack, who  is .leaving the-area for two yeai's,; Further*  presentation of 2nd year pin wqs made  to Mrs. Donalda SigOMin, Brown Owl- of  . 1st gechelt Pack, and 1st year pin to Mrs,  Margaret Wise of Pender Harbour,  Loaders are'urgently required for the  coming ysar 'for both Wilson Cre-ek and  /the Residential Brownie Packs. Anyone  interested should" contact any WA mem-  -ber.or leader immediately, and if possible  attend a meeting thi���s June to familiarize  themselves with the routine of the meetings.  * Girls from the Wilson * Creek Guide  Company are welcome to join the Secheit  Guide Company. Meetings are held Monday evenings from 7-9 p.m. in the Anglican Hall. .  - The WA's annual book sale has now  -been scheduled for July 26 in front of  H. B. Gordon & Kennett Real Estate  Office.  Anyone having books of any sort they  would like tp donate to this worthwhile  endeavor can turn them in to the drug  titcre where a box will be available.  A division meeting is to be held at  Powell Ri.er on Saturday, September 13.  The next meeting of the WA will be held  at the home of Mrs. Dianne Bsnner on  Sept. 10, 1969.  and besides playing for functions iri that  district/also plays- goodwill -concerts in  the Lpwsr, Mainland, and on Vancouver  Island, ���        -'   > ^ **...*'��� '  ^embers coipe" from all' walks -of _.life  I-  ;.(*-  Ladies Day  - - *       \  Ifjf * Charming,' friejidly-and -with a deep   bera very special day, Secheit May  '���***-' understanding of,people,* Mrs.* W. A.    Queen Oindy Steele and little Indian  1"  * j- *  .��?���:   --*--.-.,���- ->v*  >   '.    ' C. Bennet made^ manyrir-iends duritfgr   Princiess Geraldine Joe. Cindy is-'the  Start '0tJ"6��6Ht: S8H8S * "   her visits Secheit on Tuesday of liast   daughter of' Mr.  and ' Mrs.  Larry   ~~ "   "   week.   Pictured  withyrlbn.   Isabel - Steele of Selma Park and Geraldine  "Tbe" tremendous increase over last  year's period - "reflects' the' great -surge -in  the establishment of new business interests," said the Attorney-GeneraL "The of-  Si-^r^-fmW^l^nfaS '*9**�� ��J ^^^^Sgf " ^n 'l^mC^m^"^ ' Tthe d_u|Kte of K f_d M?.."ci_5  is pleased to see these interests-develop   ....'?.e.9..��s ���*;Y^11^Jl.t,   8���f ���utna" > young people* who Will long remem-      T~~ T~ ~�� ��'���*-1*  withm our province."  '  The following figures ot -the Registrar  of Companies, give the comparisons for  the'same month of last Year.     *���/  -  '  '    .   ';    > ,;   May 1968YMay 1969  B.C. Ooippanies   ���. *     613      763 record  mqntn Jast Weclriesdaj^evenihg" June 4,'  w^a;totel>f;sifteen- members- taking * ^cfa>e membership . .  part. * /   * f ..... .. .   ��� ,.>f * .   .. . ������   .  ence Joe Jr.* of Secheit.  part,  Thip,Vas,fir!.t:pf.a series of'competitions  and' tournaments.'likely, .to  take  w  H  i  **.''  i   i  Wf'Vi  1,1,1.  Monster ,  Whenilie fish,Is almost m big as lite  fisherman, getting it aboard is quiite  a battle. .This 46-lb. monster Un$  Cod gave Mrs. Gladys Newman o,uite  a battle,,off Epsom Point last week.  .4  Coast fish  get larger each year  IT MAY sodnd like a tell story but the  flub are no large off the Sunshine Coast  thai .andlng.thenrj is becoming hard work.  , Last week Mr, and Mrs. Hay Newman  of Davis Bay were out, on a leisurely fishing* trip off Epsom' Point,   Thormanby  Is'lflnd*-, when  .hey  Intchtd onto something* big. ' .' " ',  Using a light', casting'rod with 10 ft.  of ��-lb.  'kMutJer,,,... Gladys   Newman   wa*  Hinazcd ^licn the monK-roue h<*ad of ��l  46 lb. |ing cori emerged from the dcop  and liu��bwiid IU��y"had] to whoot tho"brute  to get It al>oarit: They had their Citizen*.  Band rudio with.them and their escapade  was followed with some nnnwement over  tlw airi     .   ,        ,'.���<.'  GRAMTOAMS.;.'.....,..     ...'.., ".Y   ��� -..,'.....  About the name time, Mr, Ralph Kinj.-  ',. p * of GraiithaniMi  wm  fishinK * in the  , G��p, Using a modest 15-lb. tort line nnd  herring BtrJp. Hi*. Wat .Was anchored for  a quiet) evening of castinrt when an tvig'tT  35-lb, spring gobbled the bait and promptly dived Under tho boat. Frantically hold-  , Ing the rod in one band an* hauling an-  i chor with the o<lier, Mr, Klngwp had an  gnxiou* time until he {successfully caftot  ' the beautiful 30-lnch-long' spring���it wm  iaj too big for his r_t!t.' ..* ���   ."..,,  Secheit Kinsmen Club  sponsors swim classes  PROVIDING sufficient, registrations are.  (received, Secheit ICipsmen hope to  sponsor, swim classes once again in the  area' including Secheit, Redrooffs and  Davis Bay.  Ago limit will be from five years up  with classifications: beginner, advanced  beginner, intermediate, senior, intermediate life-saving, and bronze medallion. It  is also proposed to hold adult classes in  beginner and advanced.  Registration forms will be distributed  through the youngsters and it is asked  that these be returned by, June 20 in order  that a working program based on likely  attendance be iormulated.  , Fees will be $2.00 per child or $5,00 for  a family membership, to be payable on  official registraiioh days, July 2 and 3 between the hours of 11 fl.mi to 2 p.m. at  tho , home of Willie Takahashi, located  directly behind the Credit Union building  next io Secheit bowling alley. Posters will  be displayed for this function, Classes tq  commence Monday, July 7.   ���   ���  Instructor for the scries will be Miss  Nahcy Chambers who has operated the  swim program In the past and in therefore  Well known in the area. Nancy Is a qualified ' Red Cross and Royal Life Saving  instructor as well as a well qualified  (NAUI) scubadlvcr. She has1 obtained  considerable swim training experience.art  nn instructor in Vancouver where she has  recently. comp'Joted her first year of University prior to entering Vancouver General Hospital ��s a nunslng student this  ...tell...:'.',:.,,,...;.;..'::..', .,,......,,:y ...'..:...,....., .-..  . Any. mail relating to the swim classes'  may be directed to "Scchclt Swim Class-  C8," Box; 124, Scchclt.  ���-'-events just to  Mick "McKay 'and Louise' Hume,  "���"ciub executive 'repprts the official  opening ceremony held June 1 was an  outstanding f success, new memberships  weresqld and very few remain. Opinion  of many of. the golfing'experts, professionals etc. wns that while a certain a-  mount of work remains, the 'course is an  excellent one in regards to both location  ond lay out/*  JJver increasing is the number of horse-  owners on--the Sunshine Coast and the  qenter, for all activities is the Timber  Trails Arena  where   members  are en-  pii 13rd.. hole,' went, to Ted' J��urltik, and FUN ON" ho^ebnek will be 'main theme ot- - -barrel * racing and' *imilar.'-c  YifcgUiia Douglas, -EleWer ^Gttt rand 'Don      , ^Timber Trail Hiding .Club's";Play-Day   , l��*p the, pm's ih .training..  Douglas. Low/cw��e:at'9th^hole went .to, ^ '^ jjcld' ^ Sunday,' June-:2��, 'at .the r"'">*" *���~"mh"''" *k-^"���",  ��!.....��-��-... r-.-.i���_ __..   n ' Club-'s Arena, behind Sunnycrest Plazra wt  ���Gibsons.      *' -   ���       ,  *" -        *             Everyone is invited to join'in tbe fun' 'deavoring to learn and apply all the rules  for the Gymkhana is open to all contest- ".pertaining.to,better horsemanship.  Something ,to nourish is the love that  grows' between a child and a horse, and  the responsibility of caring for him is a  * wonderful thing for a growing boy or girl.  There have al$o been a lot of new arrivals in the baby foal world and some of  these adorable youngsters will be judged  during the  lunch break and  the  proud  , winner will receiye a thophy.  Activities commence on June 29 at 10  a.m,; there will, be a concession stand and  .musical entertainment and a full day of  fun at the Timber Trail Arena,  ants and the more spectators the better,  This year instead of concentrating > on  skillful turns, stops and roll backs of the  professional rider, there will be bareback  wrestling, balloon bursting games and  other fun events combined with jumping,  B&gional District'���'. . .   _ _ - '.:)��� :,,  y ^elsiiig; increases iii grails  APPOINTMENT  Appointment has < been announced of  Mr, Don Pye as local representative of the  St. John's Ambulance Society,   Mr, Pye  hopes to tak-e inst aid classes this-tal. and~v  is1 presenVly falsing T-a^ttes ot thOaa._tnVer��  NociuoHvfmi ';'JS<i * t )>h >) /"-V .7  ---Absence of Mayor/Bill,'gh*-aip and;apt-";  ing - Mayor Morgan. .Thornpson together  with an- -injury - suptainect, by Alderman  Chuck Ro'dway, resulted last weel^ in cancellation of the regular council meeting  of'Sechelt.        " Y  ACCEPTS DARE  - See the latest in' men's haberdashery in  Secheit June 16 when, a" prominent Secheit  citizen accepts dare handed out by Morgan  Thompson (Men's Wear) at the recent  Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary Wine  and Cheese party. Something different  will be seen in the community &o keep  an eye open!  PRINCIPAL RESIGNS  Long time principal of Elphinstone  Secondary School, Mr., Sid Potter hap tendered his resignation to the Board 'of  School Trustees. It is understood he has  ���accepted a new' position on the lower  mainland in ^he Varicouypr area. ���  SUNSHINE Coast Regroria.Bbard heart-  ���* jly, endorsed Ok ana g a n Regional  Board's, resolution recommending nn increase in grantls towards administration  and planning functions' of Regional Districts.:.. :/;". *"���";���,;'';    '",-.���'��� ,", "  The Board - Was more reticent about  approving n' second resolution seeking a  per, capita''gj-anl*for electoral areas,. ���  Resolutions    dificuBsed   during   May  , meeting Of the* Board will be presented  ntthe UBCM ;Co,nycnt|pn..te,.b(?.,.heW hi  Kamloops; Spptember 17 ��� .19,  Okariojjan Regional. JBbard feels that  ai* Regional Di-HrlctsVarc rendei'ing. fsei-v-  icca 'covered by the Municipal Act for  whkih muhi-ipaUties get !a per capita  grunt, of $20 then Regional Districts should  Police report f . * ���     .'���.':,:*",'*',;   Two potor veEicle; mishaps  without serious injuries ���������"  TWO ACCIDENTS were reported,-on thq  Sunnhino. Const'over.the wcelu-nd but  it la uodcn,toodi Uiero wore no eerioun injuries involved. *  Ffr��t Incident occurred June 7 -at Davis  Bay when a late model ��UtO driven by  Stev* MoCourt,. of West Steclwlt, Btruck  hnd nheaied off a pole.. MoCourt waa.  taken to St. Mary'a Hospital suffering cuts  nnd,'laceration!..  John Booth of Vancouver 'apparently  loat control of l��l�� riuto near Soames Point  near Glb?wt�� taa* Saturday nl^ht, flipping ������  over after ^Uiklng tliue ditch. Two ybung-  trtcrat were paAsengcra in the! auto, one was  detained in hospitel with minor InjurU**..  I^oliee arc still investigating the' iniishab.  POLICE COUIIT  Bob Summerticld of West Secheit entered a.pica of guilty to a,charge of Unpaired driving when he appeared last  week befocr Magistrate Charles MlM*'l-  jitcadt In Secheit, Ho Wa.1 fined $250 ahd  '.. tjUspcnclM from driving for three months,  :' Linda MaeMoth, charged with drlvini'  without due c6re andyittenlltm.rcaultin,'.  from, n; motor, vehicle accident June 0,  was fined $50."  poison !   . .;,,     ,..".'.'.  , Police have requested The Tlmea publicize the- fact that h l:ir# bottle wart  found* ��tt the municipal garbage durhp l��.'.t  ���weekjwnteifting.foripnlfiehy^c arwl, plaln-  lly marked 'TJlsonl'V - ��� ���   ...���,.,    .  The bottle* wan taken Into, the police  office, by.a public min<k'd..resident who  ���spotted it iii full view "where It could  have been discoviwd,by any whall yoiing-  ��[6ts. *No attempt had been ma do to take  /tin* *sbnple precaution of disposing of con-  tenta -before dumping. <       ;  Fn*m the label it w.ia nkecrtained the  tottlc arid obntenta might lx�� some ycara  old..police 'V'arn t"ic public to take care  when dumping .item* o. this nature nnd  suggest .precautlona be taken t>o ensure  they are1 hot likely to fall into the hands  of ;Clill4re.n,....;. ,/ ;.  : '���'������,���������'���'������ ������'��������� ��� ���'��������� -��� ' -������     '    >  also get-per capita, grants for electoral  areas.  ,'.������.; '..'��� .. ���     .'        .;' 'V'1 :���, ; ��� "���  The matter was referred to. the ���Resolutions Oommittee for study, ., ,  BUILDING ;  ��� Nine building permits were issued by  the'. Regional District for the month of  May, ���       ,'      ' ','���������''���'''.,:.  Building Inspector Mr. Fred Rcyburn  receptly, .attended the, Building Inspectors ,  Association Annual Confercnceand in his  report *reir)inded the Board that the now.  National Building Code will be issued in  the early part of 1070, It will be necessary -for ".the- Regional - Board to rc-udopt  the new 1070 code. ,      Y    \   :.,-  Building trends show that /the lumber  Industry is pricing itself into competltlori  fr^)m other formn nnd, types of construction, , Steel winds for npn load h^(^inH  interior wulla for housing are now on the  market and being used on n limited scale  where, permitted by munlclpalHles. Consideration is being given the use of masonry unitf* In house construction. Use of  plastte plumbing in commercial and industrial buildings' wn�� dlscusw-d, conclu-  ��ion being that plastic bo allowed'in sln-  'glo family'dwellings'only as at present.  PERMITS  , Mr., Rey-burn quoted pome Interesting  legal points outlined by nnllcltor Anthony  SarJch, dealing with building permits.  (1) Where a building permit la isuued  to ��n owner or his agent, a contractor who  generally obtains the permit, is not'legally  nn* agent of the owner unless a letter from"  the owner Is presented by the contractor  to Ihia effect **.���������  (2) Once a building jXTinit i�� Sfiaued,  it may r>ot be o��sign<*d. Il mn bo cancelled and a now one Issued to a new  party.'     ��� '  <3) A building permit can not lx* revoked,.unleiss this revocation is written  into (the Bylaw and It must nlso lx; shown  on the actual permit form, to bo slfjncd  by the'owner "or* agent.''     ���  Mr. Iteylmn. reported that 02 building  inspectors registered for the conference  which wips IkU. M. CtMttpbcil River*.: ., y;.  -^.   ,.. i .. ��������� >   . >. ..*  .< tj ���}���-���' ��� ���"���  ^ ,v x - . 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(This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  -   for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in  classified  Ad-Briefs coliimns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens $3 yr.  By carrier , 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre,.'Gibsons.  Wed." June 11 to' Fri. June  13, "Paper Lion", starring  Alan Alda. Sat. June 14, Mon.  June 16, & Tues. June 17,  "Helga", Warning: This is a  Sex Education Picture containing scenes of nudity and  childbirth. 2703-28  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. AND MRS. R. M. Deller  of Garden Bay, B.C. wish to  announce the marriage of  their daughter, Jorgina Mae to  Mr.-Jerry Buckley, son of Mr.  and* Mrs. G. Buckley of St.  Johns, Newfoundland, on May  12. " 2680-28  MR. AND MRS. Roy Thomlin-  son of Fort Langley, B.C.  and former residents of  Madeira Park, B.C. wish, to  announce the engagement of  their daughter Holly Brenda.-  Lyn to Jan Gunnar Flottvik,  eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.  Gunnar Flottvik, 10421, Me-  Kinnon* Cres. Fort Langley,  B,C. Wedding date to be announced in late summer.  2679-28  MRS. Wilma �� Morrison .��ofr  Longdate is happy, to announce . her engagement . to  Albert Sim of Selma Park,  B.C. The wedding will take  place on< Monday June 16,  1969 at 12 noon in* the Gibsons United Church. 2684-28  -  OBITUARY  ZNOTIN-���Suddenly on June  4, 1969, Alexander Znotin of  Gibsons, B.C. Survived by  many friends. Funeral service  was held on Saturday June  7th at 2 p.m. from the Family  Chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home," Gibsons, B.C.  Interment  Seaview Cemetary.  2685-28  CARD OF THANKS  WORK WANTED (Con..)  NEED a spring clean* up?  Can't see tbe water for  trees? Let us solve youi tree  problems. We limb, top-and  fall trees expertly and to your  satisfaction. Free estimates,���*  all work insured. Phone 885-  2109. . . ; 2287-tfn  ARE you looking for more  beauty, glamour, personality, and money? 'Ask about  "Hoiday Magic." Phone 886-  2827. 2705-28  HELP WANTED  WEST Secheit ��� to work on  small sawmill, planer operation; some mechanical  ability necessary. Able to ^operate chain saw,, assorted hand  power tools, small cat,-tractor.  Must havfe own reliable transportation for 8 hi*, day, 5 day  week. Start at ��2.75 per hour-  Phone 685-9122 after 6*pjn.  ,      ;. '2500-tfn  BOOKKEEPER ��� .to"'travel  with jobs. Duties many and  varied, not confined *to hobk***  keeping. Salary negotiable.  Phone 885-2314 days>806-9946  eves. * 2648-28  FOR RENT  SMALL office to rent/Whit*--  aker block Davis Bay.* 885-  2280. r f 2563-tfn  2  BEDROOM  bungalow, unfurnished. Water front view.  Secret Cove. Ph. 885-9563.  2605-28  STORAGE space available for  rent at Davis Bay.  Phone  885-2813. 2658-29  DAVIS BAY���All electric cot-  tage,   open   for   June.   $50  week. Ph. 885-9740.     2656-29  NICE  bed   sitting   room  for  rent. Access to kitchen. Ph.  886?260l. 2651-29  1 6EDROOM modern furnish-  ed A-frame, ideal for responsible   single   person.   Ph.  885-9777. "2647-tfri  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community   HalL    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  '   ' 2635-tfn  ' fiEAefc * cottage -"-fa "xenC' For  further -particulars   phone  8S5"~9589.    ��     ' 2698-28  REAL ESTATE (Continued)  "*"   *-*,. ,y.   J*,rf*iiJ,!fM>   *���>"���<���*�����   t**^ *" "^^ - J,-;,-?"- *-T; miii**i  WATERiTRONT    ~ ;. Choice  beach, lots,1 Bpy > npfr. Goihg I  fast. Stop in at'our office" at  Halfmoon Bay ioi*' pamphlet.  Phone 885-9683.      '     _f694-tfn  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer . . _  -Continuous   advertising   in  Umm  _�����  __...-iiV___  -#__.  REAL ESTATE (Continued)       - i    i rm   -    i��� i ii��� ii i i unii ii  |  i ;��� ��� ,   S_XC_3I_t_-]sir\ coihrcrj&'cial lot"  Centre.; ..echelt-^highway location, level anct cleared. All  services  available.   Box,YU04  Perlinsljla "times.  '       li_4-_rn  11  _____  HSU-  M-.llllil-.i.i.Hiii'iil  ___ij  REAL ESTATE (Continued)   0OATTS& ENGINES.(conf.)   i-OR SALE (Cca.ifsued) LEGAL (Continued)  \  four nevvspapets.  ���lsffectlye 'and j proven ad-  yertisirig in our catalogue.  ���*-Reai Estate sales "staff of  six iri, two offices! on the  Peninsula.  ���!Twelve hundred Realtor  sales people off the Peninsula when yoit multiple list.   For fast service oh -* all prdp-  ���Twenty-four hour, answer**. i",fW **A t*.wu���*a.  GiBSONS-^Larte Vie\rv* lofeT  ��� all Village services A, tan-\  tastic.buy at $2,250'with only"  $1,000 dowtl.F   ^  Fully serviced two bedroom  parti basement home on view  lot in village. Auto-oil furnace. -Tull price $14,000. Tertes,  Waterfront ~ Fully serviced   __,   lot in Gibson^' Harbour^ with  RU_3BEIt stamps >of - alludes- ' excellfeht .rnbotageor whkrf-  criptions may be bbteirted   age. 80, ft. frontage on ^afe  DAVIS,' Bay, lovely" view.  Overloking .bay * to fclands.  One block to beach," stores  arid fechool,'. private. , Phone  885-2866.     v *,      - f  . ** 2709'-28  -"'   -fe  at The Tiriies. Phoiie 664-0*^54;  Quick service piC -dl'apr4e_*_l,  block Mds.^ ;  Phone, .Mr. * -_ood\fi8i-97fl*i'  collect nr 736-5-133  I SINCERELY wish to express my gratitude to all  the numerous friends who  helped me by their sympathy  in the loss pf my dear husband Harry A. Hill. Special  thanks to Branch 140 of the  Royal Canadian Legion; Rev.  Canon Alarii Greene and Rev.  Canon Minto Swan; also to  thewe who sent donations to  the Senior Citizens Assn. Of  B.C. Branch 0Q.*���Frances E.  HU1. 2702-28  iWE WJSH to express our sincere thonka to the doctors,  nurses arid staff of St. Mary's  Hospitol for the wonderful  care they gave my brother  Oliver Hansen during his  final illness,, To his friends  and; neighbours, our npprc-  clhtlpn for their; sympathy unci  flhral offerings ( and their  presence at liia funeral. Special  thanks to Dr. Eg_*n and Itev.  B. Jenkt-.'���Mff-.; NellyyKjorn-  vik ttnd family, Everett,  Washington. 2096-28  PERSONAL:,;,,:;,/';,,.'",. ',���',','  ALCOHOLICS      Anonymous,  P.O. Box 204, Seclielt, B.C.  Phone 005-0327, or 086-2070.  v-,; ',:2457-tfn  WORK WANTED      ,    .'������  HIGH SCHOOL ^ypValiftble.  for flummcr jobs. Pli, 006-  7161 2057-28  CUSTOM   rock   drilling    &  blasting. Phono _l03-2227.  2431-tfn  EXPERT carpenter. Cabinets  or what have you. Ph. 083-  2201. 25754fn  CHUCK'S Painting & Dccor-  atlng.   Interior ��� Exterior.  Call 885-2375. Mv-ltn  TILLICUil aUritney *5kM*vlc*B.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Palating, gardening, Janiter  lervice, old iobs, etc. All work  guaranteed. RR1 fJecMR,.Fltefla  B8_'aM'��t,EK-20M,'     ' ;|ll7I.4f-��  WANTED TO RENT  2-3 BEDROOM house, July 1.  Responsible   couple  with 2  young girls. References available. Ph. 885-2866.       2623-29  TRAVEL  FOR all travel information and  bookings,  Margaret MacKeri-  zie (local rep), baton's Where  To Go Travel, 886-2960. Gibsons.  9008-tin  MOBILE HOMES  50'   x  8'  National trailer,  in  top shape. $3,550. 883-2555.  2661-tfn  ing service. ,  ���No charge to you if there is  no sale.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2161  Box 155, Secheit, B.C.  Box 369, Gibsons, B.C.,  2181-tfn  1   EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  . Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 896-2248  Small tCottage ��� Water- installed, *on half acre semi  waterfront..Gower Point areas  F.P/ $5,0*00.  Two Acres-i-with 100' best  waterfront. 2 bedroom- home  and 3 rental cottages (room  for more), all tools and equipment. Good stream. Terms on  F.P. $36,850.  Three Bedroom Home���all  one floor, fully insulated,  electric heat, heatalator fireplace in living room, one acre  gently sloping 'land with  creek. $10,050 half down.  Ruby Lake Waterfront ��� %  acre with new cottage. 12' x  12' - living room has acorn  fireplace, water and power installed. Most convenient location. $12,225. F.P1 Terms.   ,  Profitable Business ��� for  couple or family. Excellent income. $16,000. F.P.  On Highway 101 ��� Conner  lot of approx. 5 acres, good  frontage, excellent water supply. $6750 cash,  4 Burns Road Gittpons ���' 60'  level.lot. $lfiaO.-V.T*i    ,*   '  E. McMyhn 886-2500  Do Wortmar.    ���   886-2393  Vince Prewer       886-9359  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  2697-28  erties arid businesses.  WE TRADE HOMES   -1 *  \    ...   _-. '��� yFYi242-tfrt,  Why Are People.  Hurrying T^Buy  From     >   S -"  SECHELT AGENCIES JbTD:  55Q* CHOICE WATERFRONt  NeYi(K?2  "17,50 acres with ,apjjr. "340*  highway frentage." ��� -��4t.;oSd. *  F.P. Peggy Ayer^it-jfull.irJ6r-.  ticulars, 885-2375.    "   ,;*/**  COUNTtty ESTATE .No.,1073  2-bedroom fuii.', basement  home. Over 1300 sql ft. bit livr  ing* area Wood 4 tt__rieliit_g  ^throughout . Unsurpassed  vie^, ' many, many" \extta_l.  Situated on 12"acr^, this fine  home is offered' at - $35,*b00_  i?.P. Call Pe^gy Ayer; 885-  2375.       -        ���--       '.': y  CAREFREE  INVESTMENT  IN GIBSONS No. 1056  3 suiter. Excellent condition.  Convenient location. Splendid  view, F.P, $28,000, down payment and terms,provide better than average1 net return-  Call C.-Gathercole, 886-7015.  HOLIDAY RESORT No.' 1076  9 large new self-contained  units near popular beach. 2Yz  acres park-like setting. Lawns  and large maples. Steady year  round trailer rentals, wash***  rooms, hot showers for large  camper trade. Owners home  facing putting green. Fishing  swimming. Trails and stream.  F.P. $110,000. Terms. Call J.  -Ariderson. 885-2053.'. .  BOAT-Insurance Information.  Marine   Insurance .Claims.  Capt: W.'.Y.-Hig&v Box 339;  Gibsons, B.C.> Tel. -88(1-8-46 or  885-_��425y    .        '        2533-tfn  '���-"���--     '-...  19* CABIN cruiser" With 15  bp (.1966) "outboard, 2 bunks,  s.pYe;YfUlT hardware, Price  $2,100:' Also, 6hp"(1966) outboard, price $2b0. 885-9465. *  . -_.*Y  ; -.'     2687-28  " " ��������.���-_���".��_ pw. ������-����� ntnipi     i     ��*.iri��� ii 7 ^miti  , ' SPORTSiNrUlVl'. . .  t Fibreglass" Cdrtoples  AH models. Also, Cartopper  Fibreglasi Boats. 8^10-11 and  12 Feet. F.O_B. Factory' prices.  COPPING MOTORS ��� LTD. -  Seckeit, B.C. Ph.j885-28l2  Ttadeyottr/Car, Boat or ?  -Y -.-    ,- ;2454-tfn  ���, ;���'-'���:���'   STAfeGr^FT . . .     *'  , '--Aluminum*Boats  All s. models.    Demonstration  . .    r .        . _.     Available - in  18" 6" Holiday  a tew steps, from -safe, sandy    .^v m ^p. outboard. Fl03.  beach .arid   boat   launching.   ' Factory, prices start at $235.  Sheltered     salmoh *   fishing  waters.   Priced  at -$_i,750 io  $3,000.   .-    *       *      _*  '    ' .  Call. F_-i*hk^Lewis,.or Morgan  Maekay/at ^86-9900.;evesl>*  *  '  I 88fc-7088:       Y  FINLAY REALTY^ trtb.; '    Y'*' ;-' \  Gibsons Burquitlam    TRAILERS  GAS lantern, ,Cat. heater, fisft  ~ lures, tools, prdjector, mtl.  mail box.' vacuum,. T.V",, antenna, gffn boxesy'antiques,  silver dishes, "paintings and  many other items. Murrays',  Highway 8t Hfeather Rd.'Ph.  8B5-9662.'        "   \i  * ..2691-28  SUNSHINE' COAST'  .RfeGIONAL .DISTRICT    . '  ':- BYrLAW NO/-31  Ar* By->law to' exprdpHate an  interest i in easehients for v*^rater  distribution purposes.,  WHEREAS a- Regional District, may   provide ,for   the  SW-  IsS?,  THOR  Electric Range,  $125. ^ __   Hic  Pt1^' *5Cu1-^ *���nV   establishlnent.and use Within  Washing machine, ,$39.95.   ajR���*giohal district of a water  beach.. Fabulou_5,view property. Full price $8,800.' < >   H ;  1 ROBERTS CREEK -i Wat-  ' erfrontJ Large, gently sloping  lot with over 120 ft. water-  frontage iri choice area.*- Uasy  .access to excellent beiaeh-with  bay. -Smdl cottage, .soriie  finishing requited.'Good view  building site. ' -Full price  ���^17,500. Teiins.   "  SEt-itA PARK.^-- Fully  serviced view lot with' gentle  slope. Cleared "arid ready for  building. -Full price $4,000.  MA^EIRA'PARK ��� Senii-  waterftorit-, fully serviced lots  h.  Direct factory deader  COPPlNb, MOTbRS^ LTD..  Sec-iei.,: B.C.     4 Ph'. '885^2^12  -   1,     ��' -*   ''-''-,  Ttt.de your .Car, Boat or ... ?  \Y ' >'\    ' '    ' '   2455-ttri  2690-23  Gas driven'washing machihe1,1  $69.95. Used Goldspot Eridge,  $64.&5. USed .ICeivihktor. (like  new), $215.95. Single 4 lb. For-  .trel filled sleeping" bag,  slightly darnaged was '.$3fe.95,  spfeeial, $25.' Patket's Hardware ttd,' Secheit/Tel: 885*-  21-tl. :;      '    2(586-28  -       .       "    "-        ���*���   F *-       "  _*-ADDLE.for_sale���E'mor, rawhide tree, 15!' seat,..breast  plate, bridle pad; saddle blanket, excellent" condition.. 885-  93*74."   ���  " - ��� -*   2695-28  i.'* f i **       * T* * *  MAftlriE ACCESSORIES  .pain_--JFJb_*eglassT-Roper.  Caivaa-^feoat Hardware,  Coriipressed air service for  r. sk_ii_live_-i, air ��ta_____.  S_-_-__ivfers "available for- '  ' - -,   Btdvogi wdjrk.  WALf 'NYGRfeN SALES  lt-d;  , ,  Phone _*S_--��03,'Gibsons, B.C.  . -   -     .   ISM-tfn  LEGAL'S'" ���- ." '���'', ".  CARS and TRUCKS  1968 TOYOTA Corona,,deluxe  sedan. -Auto,   trans.,   radio,  in new condition. Low mileage. Phone 885-9602.    2630-29  1966   AMBASSADOR,   2   clr,  H.T., A-T, P-S, P-B, radio.  New  redline - tires.  Beautiful  conditiaa. Ph. 886-7042.  \ ,2643-29  1955 BUick. Station   Wagoiu  Good   transportation.   May  be seen at Selma Park store.  Ph 885-9336 eyes. _   2620-tfn  1956 CENTURY . Buick    for  sale. -Ph-^SBS-g^ -2073-30  '60 VAUXHALL, good motor,  good tires, excellent running  order. $150. Phorie 886-9601.  2706428  TENT trailer like -new. Lots  of 'extras. May be, seen at  Tyee Products Ltd., Secheit.  885-2012. 885-9969 evenings.-  -'"���' '"-*.' "   "    " 2682-28  PETS  ^OODLES,      cUppixig - ' arid  groomiiig, - years, ".of    experience, Phorie 886-2601.    .  ::., .^ . 2420-tfn  ATTRACTIVE    male    puppy  available. Phone  885-2014.  2681-28  HORSES  REG.   Q.   H.   Colt  .Good .breeding  Beasonable price.  2160 after 6 p.m.  Yearling.  & type.  Ph.    886-  ' 2672-30  WANTED  Fot_ft_No.',18  (Section- $2)  LANETAC-f  Notice of Inteiition to Apply  " io Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver ��� .--and situate  Skookumchuck" Narrows; aiid  adjacent to Lot?7292,>Group"l,  N.W.D.  Take notice that Donald  Edward Wrighjtman bf 9689-  126 Street, fcptth Stirrey, B.C.  occupation analyst, intends to  aJPlJly for a lease pf thfe*.following deSefribed lands:���  Commencing.- at    a    post  distribution system for supplying w!ter for any and all  purposes to and for the inhabitants'bf the Regional' Dis-��  trictt.    - -"   '*  AND WHEREAS the .Regional District may acquire  prppcrty for tbe purpose -of  establishing and. using a water-distribution ��� system* for  supplying water, for the -purposes- aforementioned: . j -,   ~  NOW THEREFORE- the  Board of the* Sunshine Coast  Regiorfal District in- meeting  assembled enacts as follows:  ���* * *     ** *  1. For the establishment  and use of "a writer-distribution system for supply water  for any and all purposes to  and for the inhabitririts of the  Regional DistHct; the Sunshine Coast Regional District  does' hereby eJtpropriate *. all  *the benefit, right, title and interest- of Union Estates' Limited, as Grantee, of;-in'and to  certain easehiehte hereinafter  more particularly described  and the same shall be taken  arid used by Sunshine Coast  Regional District for the purposes for wKich the said-easements - were?- granted -upon this  By-law taking effect, pursuant "to the provision of the \  "Municipal Act", being Chap.  255, Hevised Statutes of British Columbia, I960; as  amended.  2. The .easements referred  to in clause i. of this By-law  are situate in the Vancouver  Assessment District, the Selma  Park Improvement District,  Province of British Columbia,  more particularly described  as follows:  -  (a) Lot 1 of Lots 2, 3, 4, 60  and part of Lot 1-, District Lot  1329, Group- 1, New Westminster District, Plan 751*;  (b) Lot 2 bf Lots* 2, 3, 4; 60  arid part of Lot 1, West part  '64   FORD    Country    Squire  station wagon, power brakes  and steering, air conditioner.   ^    ^    ^Ma    $1600.    Phone    886-2827.    '67       la^ge'hay"barn, iqo tea cd��_i- -, v��jk?wagon camper ,vatt. Plu    g^t gALE  -city: ideal for guest w^.^^i**-^'^*:^:.^^^.���-8*^ raft-���*  Land mostly in hay or culti-  20 ACRE HOBBY RANCH*  *    -    -   -     -        No. 1150  Cosy   stucco   home.   Extra  planted adjacent ,to the S.W. ��� &' District Lot 1329, Group 1,  WILL   p_-K*__a_��    patches    of   corner of Lot 7292, Gfcmp 1,   New    Westminster    District,  steading timber, phoneY$8fe-   N.W.D., thence400 Feet;D..Wtj   Plan 7516;- *  2_5&.   ' - 168tt__i   thence 300  Feet  N,; .theiice _,.    ,   T  .   . .   4 and  100 Feet- E.{*ihehcb^ 31.0' T!ee\   JCU^. ? ?��iL1��St,7 SliJEf  S.w,' rind containing -*-,___**; ^istSfL^|r'' ffiffiti*  more oT less/Jfor-the'pUrpO-i-'Fi New #   Westminster  12' x CO Fleetwood trailer. 3  bedrooms,    l'/_    bathrooms,  wall   to   wall   carpet,   front  room. 885-0698. 2689-28  REAL ESTATE  THE SUN SHINES ON  SECHELT VILLAGE  LUSCIOUS ��� 4 bedroom  home. Beam ceiling living  room with floor to ceiling  fireplace. Wall-to-wall carpeting. A-oll furnace, double  plumbing. Venetian fenco ensures privacy, carport. This  home is n gem ,at $22,000.  80' Waterfront Lot. $7,800. \  WILSON CREEK ��� 2.4  acres, creek, 2 bedrooms, base-  merit, A-oil heat. $16,000.  SELMA PARK���Largo Lot,  $2,800 Terms,  WATERFRONT ��� _81 ft,  Sheltered by Island, finished  homo with full width flun-  deck. Extra 2 room cabtev  $3.1,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT���  cleared ��� fruit treea ���- $4800.  VILLAGE ��� 3 bedroom  home. W.W. carpet j5_ lieatlla-  tor. Fireplace In living rooitn.  A-oll furnace, Lrirgo well kept  garden lot. $10,000.  MIDDLEPOiNT ��� 4 acrea  with 423' waterfront. Post &  beinn *sumtt^.r home, $45,000.  DAVIS   BAY-~ 105'   W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Flriest  ,Beach,tori���co!uit���,.���,,;., ,., ...  TILLICUM BAY ��� Close to  inttrina/2 lota $1000 each.  Multiple Listing Service   ,  H. Gregory ^85,9392  Don. Hodarir. 685-9504  H. B. GORdON  & KENNETT LTD.  Wione 08S-!2OJ3  :" "-""Sechelf, :''B.C;": ''""'"-  I'   2660-21  EGMONT TOPS THE SUNSHINE COAST with modern  3 bdrm. home on sheltered  bay, 60' shore near store and  marina, $13,500 down with  good terms on balance. Call  DON TAIT, 883-2284.  TOPS IN VIEWS AT West  Secheit in this 5 ac. with  frontage on 2 roads. Excellent  soil. Only $3500.  ROBERTS CREEk: 2 acres  with 300' on bile top road,  nice torher property. Comfortable 0 room home, A-oil heat.  Wbed for range etc. Garage,  fruit trees. Attractive terms  on $11,500. F.P.  GIBSONS 1 level ac nice  garden. Modern and sjr-ttcidris  0 room bsmt. home. Excellent  location. Possession on down  payment of $9000.       Y  COZY WATERFRONT  COTTAGE on beach leVel lot.  Small guest house, oil in private setting. Closest offer to  $19,000 gives possession.  REVENUE PROPERTY  SUMMER RENTAL COTTAGES ON 105' sandy beach  plus owner's 2 bdrm,; ihoirib.  All building!- going furnished,  everything here to work with.  Just move in and start living.  Full qsking price only $30,850.  CENTER OF TOWN,; Upper  arid lower duplex, both rented for n total monthly Income  of $225. A-oil hcrit. Grinlgd;  Only $8,000 down on $24,000.  ON 12 ACRES OF PARKLAND, 2 good honies. OwrierA  ne\v one features 4 bdrmjj,,  modern ittep-Baver nrbbrite  kitchen. Lge. llvirig-dlnihg  room.; table, basin vhnity b'ath-  rotim. il.W, beat, full burnt,  nnd garage. Low down, pay*  ment oh, full price bf $20,500.  ANOTllER WATERFRONT  GEMI 14S' beach Wont. 2 older cott_ijje�� but quite livable,  Grounds just like n park.  Terms on $30,000.  K. BUTLER RfcALTY  ���"���'���"���' ''r^nsurance:'"'"  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 888-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  K. Butter  Ron McSavaney  Ed Butter  :Dori fait-'  '���"���'  880-2000  * 000-0056  881.-2000  ���0S3-22tf_  2602-25  vated. On water supply. Also  ideal for subdivision. -Fronting on paved road. Good investment at $41,000. feasy  terms. Call J. Anderson. 885-  2053. *       .  $2500'DOWN No. 1101  $2500 down will put your  family in this three-bedroom  full basement home. Located  in the heart of Secheit 1 block  to school, store, beach, etc.  * F.P. $13,500, Call Peggy Ayer,  885-2375.  ACREAGE IN SECHELT  No. 962  Over 5 acres lot only $0500.  Some terms. Excellent .virtue  when considering the price of  a single lot in Secheit. Call  Bob Kent, 885-9461.  SELMA PARK No. 1147  4 bedrooms. Breathtaking  view. All, electric heat and  , kitchen. l*a**ge rec. room, One  block to boat harbor and store.  V5 acre lot, F.P. $30,000. Good  terms.   Call  Bob  Kent,   885-  SELMAPARK No. 1146  2 houses, $10,500 F.P. Near  store,  beach  and  transportation. Ideal retirement with income. Cash required.  ov   ,    y  WAtERFRONT  COTTAGE  ' No. 1125  Selmn     Park.     Furnished.  Lea_o lot. Ideal family rctrent,  Room for, guests, Only $0000.  Terms.  ,", '       ,.   or  ���ftESt SECllELT 103*-  BEAClIFROl.t No. 804  Unique ftintlRhed post nhd  Jicam. 1200 Sq, h. plus guest  suite, Dotlble plunujing. Suh-  dtJCks, s��du..H>rt. Oho of the  hatti to flhd properties.  $30,56o, Tdtms. Fdr the three  above coll J. W. Anderson,  065-2053.  27 ACRES ROBERTS CREEK  No. 1030  650* on highway. 2 year  ro|ih4 ttout feti-fcnins. 2-bedroom home. Largo workshop,  Itofse barn. View of ocenh,  close to park find beficri. Ideal  for iBulxlivlslon, Real invifit-  ment at $29,500. _f*.P. Terms.  or  DAVIS BAY     I No. 059  2-bedrootn hclirie on best  iiahd* bench. Idc-d for rfetire-  jrifeht. $16,500, Terms, Coil J.  Anderson,  005-2053.  Wo hflvo the nelcctloh on tho  Peninsula.  Ask for Our Free  Cotologwo  Box   155,  t3eehelt,  B.C.  : ;''''"':''Bwie ��S5*glfif ���''���������������'    Y ,    2C03-28  SECHELT^ VOLKSWAGEN  '69 VW's  From $1898 F.P.  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  C85-2812 ' 085-9646  See rierbie, The Loyebug  100% Financing  2282-tfn  1969 Cheyelle. 4 dr. sedan.  Good, needs some body  work, V-8, auto trans.  Good tires. Good transportation $675  PENINSULA MOTOR  PRODUCTS'  Secheit,  B.C. ' 885-2111  2690-20  11      " '  i    i  1007 2    dr.    Ford.   Excellent  ;    ^tonditlony good   rubber,  fcldab; 392 motor, power  brakes, auto trans. Only  .'���.; :y..:..,...':..,f.y.;...,;......,.:; $1,695,  PENINSULA MOTOR  : pi^Ducrs  iSecheltyBO; 885-2111  ! 2700-20  J1909 Acadian _i-dr. coUpe. Auto  Trans; Clock, Hetid tests,  ,'      V-8    mbtor,    200    h.p.  I    '     m,n.i..t......i.   $3,239  1969 Chcvelle.' 2 dr coupe, 0  ,     cyl., hcad-r<JBts and rear  wlhrthv*/ acfrb-ter. $3,028  1900 Chcvelle: 4 dr sedan. Vr8  i        motor,   nuto,   head-rests,  rear  defroster.  .... $3,398  PENINSULA MOTOR  PRODUCTS  Scchclt,  TI.C. 080-2111  2.(11-20  DEALERSHIP.   .  *     ANNOUNCEMENT  HondoY69 frorn $299.00  All new itorida Mini-1-, rail  Bikes.  00 Trallaters, 450 Honda Road  ���������������' Bikes." ���   ���  Avflible riow fat:  COPPING MOTOrtS tm  Secheit, B.C.       Ph; 083-2812  Vancouver prlcea - no freight  Finahcing avallUbla  2530-tfn  DOATS end ENGlNlY. '  , )       ; ,'i ;,. :y ,in.ii(i: ���    :��� , ./   / ���   ������" ��� ��� '.  15' Ciidllad ritbrhiniUhi boat  . 35 h.l��. Evlhrude, With trail-*  er & te_1��i 083-2007.    23S04fn  ^������,���. ,.,��� '.I : ;;.j.,_,: ;���.,', i -_������_^���;  H FT. fL&zcd boat, complete  with   35   hp   Mercury  ob.,  traiter.-Cash price 1005.'WM-  2887J    i 2708-28  HAMMOlTO chord Wgan.- Like  new: Ph. 886-2050 eves:   -  2606-28  IF-  IT'S  suits-dfs  Morgarii'  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.   ,   .   .   ' \ 8893-tfe  PIONEER    chain    saw    400.  Newly serviced. Phone 888-  7078. -   ���        2603-28  "FRAMUS" . Semi-Acoustic,  single-Cut away electric  guitar, brand new; includes  tuning pipe, spare strings, and  picks. Worth over $170, will  se\l for $100. Phone 885-9654.  2589-tfn  "��� ��� ��� ������       -      ��� ���     ��� i   i-1 ii j i  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  from, Secheit   Kinsmen   at  $3.50 each. Phomi ft__5-_.542.  SMITH     Corona,     standard  typewriter with, extra-large  type,"in new condition,,special  at half-price; Phone 885-0054.  yy^'/     ��� ,��� ��� 2540-ttn  PANASONIC AM-FM, Rador-  Maticj transistor radio, lots  of power, brand hew; worth  over $90, will sell for .*$50.  Also; slightly uBed, B&K Tube  Tester in good working order,  only $35. Phone 889-0851  ,/;,.���;;, ���, ''  " '; | ���   , 2590-tfn  1066 AMBASSADOR, 2 dr.  hardtop. Vlhyl top, radio,  white wall.., Pfe, Jowj mllesigc,  ope- owner car. Phone 880-  2000, t 2707-20  OODD 21" 220 Firidley rangb,  $48, - also    good    wringer  washer, $35. 880-24(15,,     ;  2710-28  ELECTROLUX.   For   Bftrviee  & sales call: 885-0414.  2O78*-30  HOUSEHOLD bargains ���  OwHfer moving ��� All Iterivs  under one year old. H cu. ft.  Frigldairo frig., $825. Frlgl-  daire range \w\\h:i prong  plug, pigtail and rcmovoblo  oven lining, &21&. Wrlpgw  type whshlng mhchlhe, $125.  Enterprise trash burner, $100.  Electrle lawn mower with 100'  cord, $50. New lumber 0c 11  nuts, 20" k 12* white flbregloea  rooting for Patio, d<?l*k or car  port, $125. Phono 800-2004.  2088-20  ,,    ., ���.u ' , i, '   BEDROOM suite, $175. Extra  mattress,   $10.  Phone   88.1-  ,...0405...,..,  ..      '., 2050-20.:   ..������-, , _ _~F ��� it -  MURRATS GARDEN  Ii PET SHOP  '    dlbsoiis. Phone 800-2910  Harte Mountain Bnhy Bitdglta  $3.95 each. Rare colors,  Very Iflrge setefctlbn o*_ tiower  & yegetabte  bedding  plants.  Also 'nhruba -fc fertiliser**.  Come to un for freo odvl*_��;on  your gardening problems.  of Summer Home.  Donalct Edward Wrifehtmhi  Dated April 20, 1969.;  2558-pub. May 21; 2t_., Jun<  .   ', '..4, 11, 1009  ���iP.  ''tAstrict,'  P^ft"*75'_fl;, ' "  ' *���'*.���''������ *  (ii) Lot 4 of Lots 1 to 4 and  66 District Lot 1329, Group 1,  New Westminster District,  Plan 7516;  (e> Lot 5 of Lots 2, 3, 4, 60  arid psfrt of 1 pf West part of  tlistribt Lot 1329,-* Group 1,  New Westminster District,  Plan* 7516;  (f) Lots 6 and 7 of Lots 1 to  4 arid 00, District Lot 1329,  Group ��� i, New Westminster  Distrlfct, Plah 7027;  (g) Lot 8 of Lots 2, 3, 4, 60  and -part of 1,* West part of  District Lot 1320, Group 1,  New Westminster District,  Plan 7027, (Agreement nnd  Plan of boundary filed  S0051);  (h) Lot 9 and 10 of Lots 1 to  4 and 00, District Lot 1329,  Group ���':���_;  New W^toinster  lbivlrig Itirids  Commtncing at a post  planted Approx. 27 feet isoutri  and 200' east of jeurvey marker indicating S-4S corner of  Lot 1425 therice 000' riorth;  thcnc<s 100" west; thence 000'  sriuith; thenfce . 100* east and  containing appro* 1,5 Mcs,  more or leas, for the purpose  ot puternfer eottage. >.  William Albert McCormick  Dated April 20, 1069..  2872-piib, May 21, 18, Juho  ������������;���;������;;-;���' .yy,':;""4,'ll;i009  Forrrt No. 18  (Sectibn 82)  LA^DAq?    ,  Notice o_ tnten'tlon to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver,' O.C. and  situate north east of Cobk-  burn Point* Nelson Island.  B.C. ,  tflkd Hdtltri thU Sheila C.  Pcnsbh dt yahool|ver, B.C..  oc-Upathm clerk, iritendei to  apply for tt tefaso Of th�� following d*w**iril*rpd landa:���.  - ��� CoWrt-ncfr-f? -itt -: ��� ����� * ,��� poft  planted, Approx. S7, feet south  100' osli-ts thenco 060'  thenpolpO' wcat; tlicridb 4.0*$  south,    arid    i&ntnmirijjjl    L|  jicteii, mote dr \cm. fop the  ptlt-pbfjr) bf iumrtter cottdrie*  Sheim CfltiteHrie pmm  Dated April 0, iU%^   .  2573*pttb;, May;2tt, 29, June  4,11,1009,  '" "���" '-am-itn.  __ft___T*t!_-__________  Form No. 18  (Sebtiori 82)  LAND AC*  JNoticc of Intention to Apply  to Lease'Land  t  In Land Recording bli*trict  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  north east of Cockburri I**olnt,  Nelson Island, B.C.  Take notiee that William A.  McCbtmick (if Vanic^uver; B.C,   w       ..    ������w   ���v���r ,   ^(!^^v?,fcfe^ lu^t   ��'��*r^ plab 7027(Apcenient  teapply^ for a tetise of }he fol-   fllid   p[fln   ot   houtmy  see  (I) i_ot 11 of Lots'.% 3, 4, 00  ond pni-t of Lot 1 in West part  of District Wt 1320^ Group 1.  New , Westminster piBtrict,  Plan 7027;  ��)Lot 12 of Lota 2, 3, 4, 00  and piirt of 1, DistHct Lot  1320, Group 1, New Westmln-  r.t_r District, Plah.\ 7310;  (k) Ut 13, tots 2. 3, 4, 00  ond par|; of 1, District Lot  1329, Group 1, New Westmbi-  oter District, Plan 7510;  (1) Lot 14 of Lote 1 to 4 and  00, District Lot 1320, Gtoup'l,  Ncvf Westminster Dlatrict,  JEMlaH7910;  (m) Lot 15 ot Lota 1 io 4  and 00, District Lot 1329,  Grciup 1, New ^/d��trnlnster  District, Plan 7510;  3. This J3y-law may be  cited for ill pnrposea o��  "REAL PROPtftlTY EXPROPRIATION BV-LAW NO. 31  loor. .    ���������    ���  READ �� first time this 30th  day of May, 10-39.  RE AD tt Bccond time this  30th day of May, 1009.  ttt?AU a third time this  30th day tit Mtiy, 1009.  Itecbnfsidered, Adopted' tho  30th day of May, 1000.  J. Lome Wolverton, Chairman  C. P. Gooding, *E{etfetary  I  hereby  certify  that  the  of survey marker indlcJitlrti      *  wrcny  certiry that  the  S-E corner of Lot 1425; tlienbtt   fbove IS n true cot>y Of, By-  jjbl_��n, law No. 31 as paused by tho  1 Iteftional Boatd of the Sun-  shlrtd Coist Itellonnl District  esfcaled with thb Sfeal bf tho  CWiwatlon and dated this  80th, day of May, 1000,  C, jr. Gdodlng, 8t��cretfli*y  . Bdhshihc. .Coast, lkgio|m|.,.  District  2057-pub. J-^o  ii.. j060,  p      ,      ��      ,    >,>!     J       *.    -      ���>!      -^        ��#.      |  .   ... u, W'-V   '-.-'���  *l. ��p   <*. m .  , m *- # 4 * -#fi *  '.(*. # 'a* * y. *f '*��� .* * *. * *  " *   ���* "   *J "*   *.  Y .* ^'Vw^YV ^ **4  * -,�����  1% 4*,���|ft.* ��_,��t i**.***,** *"  , A, *, _���< ,# *h, m* itiwa*  . **������** *^.^*^**<At-*...^  #* p #  f *  11 �� ���# 4tfo4tittlfl*tftyh*#*> # # # -y  '#��*#**���  *t*.*fi<"i)r��t*i\P,'*i** *��.��<^(,**w'  **��>����. ��, t \  >F >"&*_-  >-'"iF'^H,t'>.-^-il-F-^F'>-y.jJ>*'(V, A^t^-.^FJ *>,*>'> ^>*...'    ^.F.l  /...-'.  LEGALS (Continued)  - Form No. 18  (Section 82)       ��� ,  ,LAND ACT   -  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver arid situate  South ^Triormanby Island.  Block l.of District-Lots 1018  aud 1019, Group 1. Westminster District Plan 11122 and  District Lot 1539, Group 1  New Westminster District.  Take .notice that -Buccaneer  Bay Holdings Ltd. of No. 901-  900 W. Hastings St., occupation body' corporate, intends  to apply for a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted at high water mark���  N.W. Corner ot Lot 1 of District Lot 1018, Group 1 New  Westminster District; thence  S.W. ��4 mile to the southern  tip of Riggs Island; thence  South to. the northern* tip of  District Lot 1539; thence following shoreline to point of  commencement, and contain- ���  ing 35 acres, more or less, for  the purpose of Private moorage for the shareholders of  Buccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd.  as snail boats are their onljy  accas.  Buccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd.  Agent - Marilyn M. McCIaren  (Mrs. M).  1010 Leyland St,  West Vancouver, B.C,  926-1630  Dated Friday, May 16, 1969,  2607-pub May 28, June 4, 11  ' 18, 1969  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW  NO.   30  A By-law' to" expropriate an  interest in easements for water,  distribution- purposes,  WHEREAS a Regional District may provide for the  establishment and use within  a Regional District of a water  distribution system for - supplying water for any and all  purposes to and for the inhabitants of the Regional District:  AND   WHEREAS   the   Regional   District   may   acquire  property for  the  purpose  of  establishing and using a 'wat- ,  er -  distribution,    system    for ,  supplying, water 'for 't^e^pur^/-',  poses aforementioned:' ''���'.  NOW THEREFORE .the  Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District in meeting  assembled enacts as follows:  1; For the purpose of establishing and using a water distribution system for supplying  water for any and all purposes  to and for the inhabitants of  ithe Regional District, the real  property hereinafter more particularly described is hereby  expropriated and shall be taken and used by the Sunshine  Coast Regional District for the  purposes in this clause mentioned upon this By-law taking  effect, pursuant to the provisions of the "Municipal Act,"  being Chap. 255, Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1960,  as amended. '    '   '.' ''  2.- The real property hereby  expropriated is s|tuated in the  Vancouver Assessment District, Province of British Columbia, better known and described as:  Parcel "A," (Reference Plan  2712) of District Lot 2464,  Group 1, New Westminster  District.  3. This By-law may be cited  for oil purposes as "REAL  PROPERTY EXPROPRIATION BY-LAW NO. 30, IflGO,"  READ o first lime this 30th  day of May,  1009,  READ a second time this  30th day of May, 1909.  READ a" third time this  30lh day of May, 1009.  Reconsidered, Adopted the  30th day of May, IQU'J.  J. Lome Wolverton, Chairman  C. F. Gooding, Secretary  I hereby certify that the  , above is a true copy of Bylaw No. 30 as passed by the  Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  mealed with tbe Seal of the  Corporation and dated this  30th day of May, 1009.  C,  F, Gooding,  Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  2674-pub, Juno 11, I960.  LEGALS (Continued)  :   ' * sunshine'coast:'_ "-'  REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW NO.   33      .  .  A By-law to expropriate per-^  - sonal - property ' -for ��� water  distribution purposes.  WHEREAS5, a Regional District may provide ' for , the  establishment and use, within  a Regional District of a water  distribution system .'for supplying- water'for any "and all  purposes to and for the inhabitants of the' Regional District: * ��� ��� Y  AND WHEREAS; the Regional" District', rraay acquire  property for ��� the' purpose of  establishing and using a water distribution system for  supplying water for ihe purposes aforementioned:  NOW THEREFORE the  Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District-in meeting  assembled enacts as follows:  1. For the purpose of establishing and using a. water distribution system' for supplying  water for any and .all purposes  to and for the inhabitants of  the Regional District, the personal property, hereinafter  more particularly described is  hereby expropriated and shall  be taken arid used by the Sunshine Coast Regional District  for the purposes iri this clause  mentioned upon this By-law  taking effect, pursuant to the  provisions of the ^Municipal  Act," being Chap." 255, Revised  Statutes of British Columbia,  1960, as amended.  2. The personal property  hereby expropriated is in the  possession of and owned by  Secbe-t Waterworks Ltd., in  the Vancouver Assessment District, or elsewhere in the Province of British Columbia, and  is hereinafter set forth in  Schedules "A", and "B" which  are annexed to and are declared to be an integral part  of this By-law.  3. This By-law may be cited  for all purposes as 'TERSQN-  AL PROPERTY EXPROPRIATION BY-LAW NO. 33, 1969."  BEAD" a first time this 30th  day of;May,  1969.  READ a second time this  30th day of May, -1969.  READ a third time this  30th day of May, 1969.  Reconsidered, Adopted the  30th day of May, 1969.  J. Lome Wolverton, Chairman  C. F. Gooding, Secretary  I hereby certify/, that the'  above..is a true copy of By-,  law -No.*,33 -as passed by the  Regional Board of the; Sunshine Coast'Regional'District  sealed with the ' Seal of < the  Corporation and dated this  30th day of May, 1969,  C, F. Gooding, Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  THIS IS THE SCHEDULE "A"  REFERRED TO IN BY-LAW  NO, 33  1. All wood stave, galvanized steel, galvanized iron,  plastic and A.C, wtater mains;  2, Valves and fittings;  3�� Trestles and timber;  4. All copper and galvanized  steel services;   .*  5. All meters;  6. All hydrants;      ,  7. Office furniture and  equipment;  8. General equipment including any motor vehicles;  9. Chlorinator unit and shelter;  10. All maintenance and  service, records;    11. All accounting records  pertaining to customers' accounts including consumption  and iricter books sufficient to  ascertain the accounts status of  every water consumer supplied  by the Secheit Waterworks  Ltd, water distribution system;  12. Two wood stave storage  . tanks; \ .  13. All maps, drawings and  engineering records.  LEGAL (Continued)  Pd. (therein described as "the  -Waterworks Company") and  British Columbia Electric  Company Limited' (therein de-'  scribed as "the Electric Company") and made the 13th day I  ot August, 1958;  :l 3. The benefit and interest  of Secheit Waterworks Ltd.  under Conditional Licence No.  11728 issued to Union Estates  Limited on the 30th day of  August, 1933, under the provisions of the "Water Act" of the  Province of British Columbia;  , -4. The benefit and interest  of Secheit Waterworks Ltd. in  and under an Agreement made  the 10th day of April, 1961, be-  ���tween Secheit Waterworks ;  Ltd., Sea Beach Motel Limited  and John Lovatt Davies;  - 5. The benefit and interest  _of Secheit Waterworks Ltd. in  and under an Agreement made  the 19th day of November,  1963, between Secheit Waterworks Ltd. and St. Mary's Hospital Society;  6. The benefit and interest  of Secheit Waterworks Ltd. in  and under an Agreement made  -the 4th day of September, 1965,  between Secheit Waterworks  Ltd. and West Secheit Waterworks District.  2677-pub. June 11, 1969,  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  THIS IS SCHEDULE "B"  REFERRED TO IN BY-LAW  NO. 33  1. The benefit and interest  of Scchclt Waterworks Ltd. In  and under a grant by way of  Assignment made the 3rd day  of October, 1055, .between  Union Steamships Limited as  Grantor, and Sechelf Waiter-  works Ltd. as Grantee;  2. The benefit and interest  of Scchclt Waterworks Ltd. In  and under an Agmrment -hade  between   Scchclt   Waterworks  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW NO.   32  A By-law to expropriate- an  interest in easements for water  distribution purposes.  WHEREAS a Regional District may provide for the  establishment and use within  a Regional District of a water  distribution system for supplying water for any and all  purposes to and for the inhabitants oi the Regional District:  , AND WHEREAS the Regional District may acquire  property for the purpose of  establishing and using a water distribution system for  supplying water for the pur-,  poses aforementioned: <   -  NOW THEREFORE the  ���Board of the Sunshine Coast  Regional, District in meeting  assembled enacts as follows:  ^. For the establishment and  use   of   a   water  distribution  system   for   supplying   water  for any and  all purposes  to  and for the inhabitants of the  Regional   District,   the   Sunshine Coast Regional District  does   hereby   expropriate   all  . benefit,   right,   title., and   in- ,  terest of,Secheit Waterworks"  ,1-td. ,as Licensee," inj^jadytb''  certain. * licences, granted'.", toi''  used ' and ��� exercised   by   the  said Secheit Waterworks Ltd.  upon,  under and across cer-.  tain    real    property    hereinafter  more   particularly   described,   and   shall   be   taken  and   used   by   the   Sunshine  Coast ������ Regional   District   for  the  purposes   for   which  the  said   licences    were    granted  upon this By-law taking1 effect,   pursuant  to the  provisions of the "Municipal Act",  being Chap. 255, Revised Sta- ,  tutes    of    British; Columbia,  1960, as amended.  2. The teal property mentioned in clause 1. of this Bylaw is situated in the  Vancouver Assessment District, Municipalit*-* of Secheit,  in the Province of British  Columbia, . more particularly  described as follows:,  (a) Amended I_ot 1 (Explanatory Plan 4234), Block 1,  District Lot 1331, Group 1,  New Westminster District,  Plan 2156; -,  (b) Lot 2. Block 1, District  Lot 1331, Group 1, New  Westminster District, Plan  2150;  (c) Lot 3, Block 1, District  Lot 1331, Group 1, New  Westminster District, Plan  2156;  (d) Lot 5, of Lot "B". Block  0,  District Lots 303 and 304,  *��� Group   1,   New   Westminster  District, Plan 8572;  '(c) Lot 6, of Lot "B", Block  8, District Lots 303 and 304,  Group 1, New Westminster  District, Plan 0572; ,  , (f) Lot 7f of Lot **B", Block  8, District Lots 303 ond 304,  Group 1, New Westminster.  District, Plan 8572;  (g) 'Lot 0, of Lot "IV, Block  8, District Lots 303 and 304,  Group 1, New Westminster  District, Plan 8572;  (10 Lot 9,of Lot "IT. Block  fl, District I_ots 303 nnd 304,  Group 1, New Westminster  Dhstrlct, Pla�� 8572;  (i) Lot 10. of Lot "II", Block  LEGALS (Continued)  *'-_��-___ ,���: ___^���~ _ *  7 8,.District Lots 303 and 304,,.  Group 1, New Westminster  District, Plan 8572;- ._.',,/  *    (j) Lot 11, of Lot **B'', Block-  8, District Lots 303 and 304,  Group   1,   New   Westminster  District, Pllari 8572;  .   (k) Lots 1 and 2, of Lot 1,  District   Lot   1329,   Group' 1,"  New    \yestminster-   District,  Plan, 11758; ,Y  (1) Lot 3, of Lot-1, District  Lot 1329, Group 1, New West-,  minster District,  Plain 11758;.  (m) Lot 4; of Lot 1, District.  Lot 1329, Group 1, New West***  minster District, Plan 11758;  <n) Lot 5, of Lot 1, Districtv  Lot 1329; Group 1, New West- ;  .minster District, Plan 11758;  -  (d) Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Block;  1, District Lot 1329, Group T  New Westminster District, .  Plan 13201;     - T "  (p) Lot 42, West portion of  District -Lot 1329, Group 1,  New Westminster District,  Plan 3777;  (q) Lot 44, West portion of  District Lot 1329, Group 1,  New Westminster District,  Plan 3777;  3. For   the   purposes  men- .  tioned in clause 1 of this.By-  ,law,     the     Sunshine     Coast .  Regional District does hereby  expropriate the following:  (a) The benefit, right, title  and interest of Union Estates  Limited as Grantee from His  Majesty the King-in the right *  of Canada of, in and to an  Easement over Secheit Indian  Reserve No. 2, the said grant  of Easement being made th*.  20th day of March, 1945;  (b) The benefit, right, -title  and interest of Union Estates '  Limited as Licensee from His -  Majesty in the right of the '  Province of British Columbia, :  of, in and to, a grant of right-  of-way under the "Water Act" -  of the Province of British Co- t  lumbia, and made the 30th day  of August, 1933;  .   (c) The benefit, right,  title  and interest of Secheit Water- ;  works Ltd. as Licensee of His ;  Majesty in the1 right of the -  Province of British Columbia, i  ot, in arid to, a grant of a right  to construct, use and mainia.n ~  works within Crown lands and  made the 23th day of May,  ' 1956;  (d) The benefit, right, title  and interest of Secheit Waterworks Ltd.  as Grantee  from  Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth '  The  Second in  the right of '  Canada, of, in. and to-,*, grant*  [ 'of,.Easement' made' the. 25tt.r��  , day of February,   1959," over*"*  " the. 'lands,, thenein, mentioned(,  , being Indian Reserve lands;  4. This By-law may be cited  for all purposes as "REAL  PROPERTY EXPROPRIATION BY-LAW NO. 32,  1969."  READ a first time this 30th  day of May,  1969.  READ a second time this  30th day of May, 1909.  READ a third time this  30lh day of May, 1969,  Reconsidered* Adopted the  30th day of May, 1969,  J, Lome Wolverton, Chairman  C. F. Gooding, Secretary  I hereby certify that the  above is a true copy of Bylaw No. 32 as passed by the  Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  sealed with the Seal of the  Corporation and dated this  30th day of May, 1969.  C. F, Gooding, Seert.to.ry  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  2676-pub. June 11, 1969,  Executive officer  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, June 11, 1969  CLAIMS of police brutality in the Secheit area some months ago by NDP  Tom Berger played no small part in  gaining the now party leader prominence  on the political Scene, Haying had his  claims proved groundless, Berger has  proceeded .to level equally questionable  claims and attacks against numerous  other public and private interests.  One of his latest victims has been the.  B.C. Telephone Company, in a report this  week to The Times, states "Very recently serious mis-statements were made in  public and, no doubt, will continue to be  made about the affairs of the^B.C. Telephone Company. It is our intention to refute these .statements by presenting' the  facts over a period of time to shareholders, the news media and to members  of the British" Columbian community,  "We realize full well that no one is  going to fight our battle. This is our responsibility. However, our factual releases  will enable you to decide whether the  statements made are warranted,"  Similar letter from the President of  the Company, J. E. Richardson, also  points out that on a radio broadcast the  new leader of the Socialist Party in B.C.  mads statements about the Company  which were not only misleading but, indeed, in some instances were false. Mr.  Richardson states "As Chief Executive  Officer of the B.C. Telephone Company  it is my duty not to let these statements  go unchallenged."  STATEMENTS MADE  "They make a guaranteed profit and  that means that your phone bill and mine  goes to B.C. Tel and from there a big  chunk of it goes to New York to General  Telephone and Electronics."   .  "If you want to keep on paying a tax  to B.C. Tel, seeing millions go unearned  to the U.S. every year, that's your business." . i'  "A hundred and thirty million bucks  has gone in dividends from B.C. Tel to  New York in the lost 15 years."  THE FACTS ARE  (1) The ownership of B.C. Telephone  Company is no secret. We publifih it in  our Press Facts which has wide distribution throughout British Columbia and  ' the rest of'Canada to news media, radio,  T.V. and financial analysts.  (2) B.C. Telephone Company has over  ^ 24,000    common   and    preferred' share  holders. Of the 18,000 preferred shareholders 99 per cent are in Canada and  63.5 per cent in British Columbia. Of the  6300 common shareholders, 95 per cent  are in Canada and 56 per cent in British  Columbia.  (3) Anglo-Canadian Telephone Company, a holding company with head office in Montreal and a whoUy-owned  subsidiary of General Telephone and  Electronics Corporation of New York,  .now holds 50.31 per cent of the common  shares of this company. Anglo-Canadian  ,is a public company with a published  annual report. General Telephone &  Electronics Corporation has no direct  ownership in B.C, TeL  (4) Dividends paid on shares of B.C.  Tel held by  Gentel,  either directly  or  , through Anglo-Canadian, during the past  15 years have totalled $29,106,000, Of  this, only $6,000,000 have been paid to  Gentel in the United States,. During the  same period, more than $71,000,000 in  dividends were paid to other shareholders, the majority of whom are in British  Columbia.'  (5) Rather than an outflow of $130,  000,000 in B.C, Tel dividends to Gentel  the net capital made available for investment in Canada by Gentel during the  past 15 fears was over $110,000,000.  Growing trees use carbon dioxide and  release oxygen  INCREASES in shoplifting has caused re-1  toilers and judges to call for stiffer  penalties. Hardware Merchandising magazine reports that one Montreal judge said,  "a -powerful deterrent is needed to change  their thinking and stop this pilfering."  .The 'they* he was referring to is housewives who account for more than $375  million dollars worth of shoplifting a  year.  Store detectives say that about one in  60 is caught Several judges in ihe Ottawa  area have warned that they are considering jail terms even for first offenders.  Canada   does   not   have   an   official  national tree.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sundoy School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 885-9665  Ail Welcome  t  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 o.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4fh, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundoys  Services held regularly in  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For information phone 885-9793  Every Wed, 10 am H, Communion St. Hilda's  bAha'i national 'Office,  Leslie & Sfccles Ave,,-'  Box 519,  WillowdaJc,  Ontario  Name -  Address  City   Prov,  Please Follow Smokc/s  Always hold  matches till cold.  Bo sure to  drown all fires.  wecp^M*!***^*^.?*^  Vi*     -   -   -**     --     ������.**'.*, J      '/' .'   -\   ' '���' _     "    ���'"'"'Y'^.-'-iM/.*  i-t        ,-.!_.*--��� 3.     -$ �����*���__* f f ^    ��� h    J  _���      _���.��� -��������  pap1- *tt r  _______'���  The bulldozer need no longer fell volu-  ablc old trees to clear land. It con gently  nudge them, earth ball and all, Into  new locations where they thrive ond  automatically landscape new homes,  -A:     t-V      #  Tho first high-rise apartment house in  North America was a seven-storey pueblo  built in New Mexico for Indian  cliff dwellers.  .    \     ��� T-V ���&���,.**&���..,���.  Old-school Englishmen still believe that  central heating causes colds, cracks  membranes, ruins furniture ond destroys  moral fiber. They prefer their droughty  castles and flats.  ���f{     t<     ix  The  future kitchen, sink and oil, will  disappear into a free standing woll.  t(       TV       -fr  Whatever shape your house is In, we can  put   you   In   good  financial   shape   by  selling it for you. Why not phono  SECMELY AGENCIES DATE PAD  ?J2}h .reo fCm,r>de. of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  n?,: *^0no Pcn,nsu,�� Times direct for free listings, specifying "Data  Pod . Please note that 6pace Is limited and some advonco dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is o "reminder" listina only ond  cannot always carry full details.  f *< # ~-1:-��..������-'.# *:.#���_���*�����>* ,-# -'*��-a ���: # /.| ->; i  ���WMHKTfliS!  PETER SMITH  885-9463  AT  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  June 1I-��� I p.m. St, Hilda's Hall, Secheit and every Wednesday. Tops  ���   , ' meeting. m, ..: ;  June 12���Secheit Legion. Hall. II a.m!-|.30 p.m. Annual Luncheon  prepared by Secheit Hospital Auxiliary. AH welcome,  Juno 13���10 a.m.-l p.m. Wilson Creek Community Centre Coffee Party  combined with Davis Bay School Sports,  Juno J 4���1:30 p.m.-4 p,m. Secheit Indian Village Community Hall.  Homemakers Club, Bazoar; Bake ��ale and Tea.  Juno \ 4���7:30 p.m. Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek. Job's Daughters  Installation  Juno 18���2-4 p,m, Wclcomo Bpoch Hall, Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary, Friendship Tea.  June 18���1 p.m. Catholic Hall, Gibsons. Grand Auction.  June 20���-2-4 p.m. Mrs. Luckert residence, Davis Bay, Legion L.A,  Garden Party to aid Bursary Fund.  Juno 28���2-3 p.m. SCt, Hilda's Church Hall, Scchclt. Juna Flower  Show, .  ���teno 28���8 p.m. Roberts Creek Hall. CW.L. Bingo and Raffle.  A?K FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Poord  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  ,  i  Scchclt 885-2161  A'S^OES _.?__).  24 HOURS Gibsons 886-7015  K'irJ  ���nr  ���  ����� __ W-k*  P  MfM-hjT  _s  -teMtettsiSi^asafea&giiBteMfetfS  "i^mmsm  U��-n^"J^i��MSa:m&i.f'^''>^  Ks^mm^BnmBi^s^s^Bm^mas^BsaB^m^m:^^^m&  ass  _SI��CBa��!S3a!g{!BS^g5Sa  Phono' lM5-2_IIt. - Highway 101. Secheit, B.C.  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Y_i^"^;Y^ -^  i*'wF<rfS.^yiiXF_i^fcF,>u^i-F'"  '      ��� ^  >' ,* c ;  ,.^^^^^A^^^^_-_''^^^Si,*^wff^-J--f^-i-off-.j-.a*-.^ v .._.*'_.'.*'.--<-���.* cV7'_'^,tw^<^li _i i.  -_,.-.__,.*; F^M-fa  Myne^btdleys' y-vV  f  y  *   1  T  V*  '.*>  \Jf .. _ *_.il_, / \  ^*_i*<U�� _^i  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times  .-   Wednesday, June 11, 1969y/  iSt, Pierre  J*"*.  If * *   - ..._"*'*** ** r,  -Letter from Parliament Hill  _^,-A_TO._VHlS..H-. Klyne JHEeadlej* and   *chp_rYwhich. reared fcour curtain;calls/  OTTAWA4-There has.been altogether too  , .^ughfaef* Claudia >eturnerj last."fr&fi '\'   Two nights lafer Mr. and Mrs. Headley.  "*" J: "*"-* !" "** "rt1"~-  from' 'CWc*l_03.oya---a .vvJiere*" they "were,, .and -Clauclia wfere guests' at- Smetana*s op-  ^gu^Jof'^&eV^^^eiik.^^^TBtr-WX.^"': :er%���*'i4buse"  (Lee-hu-shay). . The com-  cl_��n'sA(2hb_r a^'-|^e<.l&ive^tyipT B^Y 'menti were cjuito significant,as a .parallel,  The'.pcc3sidn\w|is'^ - was drawn between the ending of the  50th 7_-mhl^ersary* 'oK ther University;, ol   ^pera "and the "Allelujah**- ojf the -triptych, -  Bijnpi for ^iefe'T^.,.HeV^e_{,was^05arais-- , bcrth-'expres'sing the'sattife defep Sentiments  sioned.tb)wr&0"a choril-^ofchestraL com; .-whichlaiibused^'the audierice almost to a'  po_a,_i6n_7 The'poetry" was "written  py^   frenzy/..Otfe" professor femarked that- in  Claudia^an.Headley.fage; 14),for parts I ' Claudia's.* poem she'had expressed the  an&. itf __tjd JBlizaheth -M&ck&y "fof* PawM. - . same ixieasJ as in the ojfera through these  ' .This'' ���work' is *jh-_- the iotth. '61 \ a.; t-h^tyfch,  ' words: "Freedom' is immortal! ' Distress ,  enUtied: PfeACB.'ttie p.irte*6_Cwhieh"awr ' may���ma__its shiny surface, but the inner  respectiveiyr Pak I, "Prelhdk^iO ^Spring; " brightn^s's-shall l^ain^lbwing,'radiant;  Pant n, Once'_3iF%y._-pnng*rP^t''I-II, Alle-    a fragj^nt'flower'ih (the midst of turmoil,  lujah.- ' f- ---'- ���* -;;*>(.,'.' ry.'y thevf^ow^r"of,peace.s> Many people.ex-  The first perfonhance^pf/ft-O* entire'   prfesse'd^'pfe-r amazement',that a'fourteeiv-  triptycfi was on May 19; 1969, In the audience-were- trtany *ceteferatM'-scho_-_r_- and  States and .Canada*.: One-,hnndre*d; University presidents^ trpm jaxoupd ��� tlie. jvorld  were invited to' paitici-gate ifi the uniyer-  sit^*s anriivers__ry" ceiebraticfrl ^Nu_nerous  music critics from;Brnpv'|>r4gu�� and Vienna we:pe..aJso ^"the^audjenoe. ^Because -  ofihes-gr-M&hw-bf-t-ie^  the "whole Performance, ^vls _tilynf4 asra -  documentao?', W* '|xo__^iget .fwith ?*_other  coiintries as'Well as for ��hpme;Tisej  The  following 4x6erpts 'from 'local; )*._%_- criti-  cisWts show the reaction;,!tb"''~t__is world  premiere:    .,   .������*_,"';'..���;.**���,/'���** -  ' From���Hovnpst, May 20/Kfi-t*.,.. "the  , palm of victory "*tuidoubteiilyl*i_>elOhg6d to  the concert- choir "XBDS^-Vho' *~__i_tstered  with admh-able ease.the yooal polyphony  of 'Palestrina.and Lassus jas well.as the  artistically exacting compositions 'by "the  ��� Canadian composer, H. Klyne" -H��a*dley;  TtSjday the* choir* enpys an* _ntfirfc_it_ona_  repufcatiohi" and, tne^ts the^iehesi'Jte^nical  and intonationai T-eqifirements^ .Therefore  thfe excellent performan^'moved'jthe audience to, en-^usiasm, justly manifested by  lohg-lastiri-g applause/'  '   ,.-..'  by���-Rudolph Pecuian.  From���Miada fron^a, May 23, 1969:  "The Cai^dian.coinposer, lj_ l^lyne Head--  ley, has ctedicateti a mantiscript--triptych  to the" Brno Children's Choir. This wonderful composition'was p"erfoi_ned iat two  Concerts given by the choir on the occa-  sion'of the 50th Anniversary of the foundation of the Brno- University on May 19  and 22, 1969.  "The extraordinary success of the performance shows the conrv-doser*-? perfect  uniierstanding of the didactic aspect of  studying and rehearsing this composition,  sung in English, his heed of the range and.  position of the child voice, proportion of  the form, his sense of all the possibilities  of afitistic interpreJa'aon of the work.  t'The cantata has'been ste^eo-recofded:  by the B1310 Broadcast Orchestra, being  performed, with1 piano^ accompaniment at  tlio" two c-Mvcerts. The presentation, of the  - reoording in v C&aiada -jwfll hJj-.&oubj^dly  ' give the Canadians 'a aeep^'iiisi^it'into  the' Czechosloyaki'an, C-uldrenfe JSingin'g  culture." ' ''       " * t  1        ���Patecni.  ,  year-oicf girl from a part of the world so  fat, rehu>'v_d from the trials'and tribula-  tiotis-of -(izechosldval-ia dould'feel so deeply and <��� express so well these ideals of  tfreedon_. *<~ '      ���������*''   ,?    "_ ^        *  .    A- -feret-Hrtape" recording was made of  'the eh-lF_fe'''wbr_c"from *Jvhlch ah album will  be' prepared for 'circulation around the  worldY'This triptych will be pe'rformed  - Fwith piano land 3choir at each of' the "nine  '.concerts being ,^iiren in British Columbia  between-fliulyd arid 16,._.909Fbytne Brno  Children's Dhoir' The coiieert schedule is  as,foJlbVs;.;  yl   :       '*'"''.      ,    "  July 3���Elphinstone Secondary "School, ���  Gibsc-is,' 8:00_p.m.' "    ,'-"'-'   /,'  July.e^-IJni'ty Church, pak~and 49th;  Vancouver, B:6t) p.m.     :" .   '"   .,   ".  r".   "  ��� '-July* 7--^Vancouver 'Ak Gallery, ' 12  F,  *^       , -F- I F ^ 1  noonv-    : + '  ~~   '  'July *7*���"On "TV, "Chahhel-6 and "8,  -- 6:ofrp.,m.y . ';,  '     -       ' Y ;  '    July-SMLTBC at'8-OD p.m. ,    ���    >\  ......._._..-.--.   '  ���' ��� '   - ���-- '  July 9���Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  (closed.concert)-, 8:00'p.n_.- '* ���  ��� 'juiy^CH-Uftiversity jof ' Victoria, 8:00~  1 July^ l?-r-Okanagan Slimmer School of  the "A_ts^Penticton,'8:0'>;p.m., .*. .,   July 15-^,".^dreivsJ__es_ey- United  Church, Vancouver, 8:00 p.m.  much politics discussed in this column,  lately. There are more important matters.  ��,et us,turn 'to them. ,...,-.    - r*    .ir  'ITEM 1:   "       ' " "      .        '    ",  Let'us consider the young man who  " applied for a job in the civil service. The  interviewer asked'-him what he did with  his spare time."     .   -  ��� -   ' Y "  -.'  "My avocation,',', said the-.young man,  "Is mountain, climbing." -  .The interviewer spoke-to him gently ,  "but firmly. "Young man," he said, "Only  deputy, ministers have avocations. Assise  tant Deputy'Ministers have'hobbies. What ;  you are doing is fooling around." ,  . ITEM 2:. . ' ' ',  ��� :Off Lunenberg," Nova Scotia,- there was  a schooner who slipped her cable while  the crew was-asleep and'drifted out into  �� the .fog.       '     ' -  Jn the morning, the,son of the.skipper,  was the .first on deck." He looked around  and then Shouted down the hatch, "Pa,  Pa; ;We ain't here. We ain't here."   .  The old Lunenberg skipper .climbed to  ���* t_r_.___ <__i___clc "  "Ain't here?!", he said, "Why son, we  'ain't within five miles of here.   Throw  out the* anchor."'  "It ain't got no rope on "it," said the  -son. t  "Throw it,out anyway," said the Skipper/"It'll help some."        .  ITEM 3:  - I am indebted to one Benjamin Disraei  (for. this auote:.  -Youth is blunder. Manhood is struggl*  , Old age is regret.  ITEM 4: ...  - -   .A bitter and sad book, but one to b*  highly   recommended,    is    "The   Lont  : Death," by Robert Andrist���the story oi  ,-the'oxtihguisnment bf the Plains Indian  ' - societies of the' United States.  - , Between 1830 and 1890, by a process  "which came perilously close to genocide,  the American army and the American set-  tiers had so acted that one is drawn tc  'the -quote about Chief Joseph of the Nez*  Perce: "He could not accuse the American  government, bf a single act of good faith.7*  Howeverj horrifying as Mr. Andist's  story may be, it pales beside the report  of this week's Globe Magazine which reports the same policies being carried out  today in several South American nations.  ITEM 6:  Epitaph on a gravestone of an English.  country churchyard: ,    >  Here Hies Marvin Enginbrodde  Have mercy on my soul, Oh God,  ��s I would do, if I were You  And You were lvl__rv_n Enginbrodde.  -Obtains Degree;,    * . .:..  Former Elphins/tone student Bernard  Russel -Macleod has' obtained his  Bachelor of Education degree 'at  UBC. .Son of Mr- and;Mrs. Jack-Mac-  leod of Wilson Creek, BernardYhad  /the 'distinction of being .the first  Queen's Scou't in the di_ttrict.. Future  plans are. to enter his fifth5 year 'at  universdty.m preparation for_ui_r-JYp?_,  specialising.in sociology and ediic-h-  i- _. "-*���**,.   ,   ,Pli  tion. ,    -- ��� v   ..  U��smlmirmti Insurance  ^"���*': r.-r,^',w    -"/y '   Y, /-7', T   ^'" Any Questions please?  _-VNY qUjSSTJONS PLEASE? 1"    '   ���  , Q. '-.I'iiaye worked six ypars as a baf-  jper for the*owner of a/hair-h.*ess_ng estab-  " lishmjent rMy salary ..is 65% \of \tbe, gross  revenue'which! bring at.' I Jhaye hOai*d  ' that'the regulations as io unemployjVient  insurance pf ibafbers have b^en.'chan'ged,  ..  Woulij* you please tell * me if my "job is  insurable ,and .how unemployment insurance contributions should be .paid? \  A. The Commission passed a regulation on August 11," 1965, to include on insurable employment all b__rbers,employed  in hairdressing establishments" of whioh  they -are" not operators or" prbprietors.1 The  regulation applies ��� -regarclless of' whether  Barbers are under a* contract of service."*  As to your employer, who is the owner  or operator of 'the premises 'where you  work, he is responsible for putting weekly  .^employment insurance stamps in your  ' bopk.'       ;' '   ���"   * "  the others you mention were already on  benefit when illness intervened. In that  caSe their entitlement continues to be  good. Remember that you can be admitted to benefit if your health improves and  you are capable of work again.  Questions should be, referred to Information Services, .Unemployment Insurance Commission, Vanier Building, 222  I.epean Street, Ottawa, Ontario ��� Tel.  996-2975. \ ; '  THE type of food poisoning most likely  to be encountered 911 vacation results  from either poor refrigeration,or unclean  handling,' 'warns St." John -Ambulance,  the Canadian First Aid .authority..  .Symptoms come on a'.few hours after  eating and consist of nausea, vomiting,  abdominal pains, and diarrhe^ If the  food has' been contaminated by unclean,  handling, symptoms may start with a  chilT/jand later the patient may feel cold  whilelhaving a temperature in fact of 102.  ��� --The patinet should be given simple The   Saturn   V   rockets   propelling  'hot-= liquids such as tea. Cause of the food    Apotyo shots "consume. 15 tons of fuel a  ��� poiso_iinr'Sirou__f'vbe reported tos health' second at blast-off,"reports���the.Reader's;  an  oftici_-iS immediately so that proper ac-.  tion ,i_.__a be 'taken, as soon as possible.  ' J It 'is a Tvisfe' 'precaution .to reier any  'S-Vfere abdominal pains  to a -physician  "since'''these or similar symptoms may in-  Mr. Headley iind his daughter re<*eiyed' "dCtcate''soh.e other medical problem of a  Ovation, from the audience and* th��"   &riou_. "nature.  .7 pee. S-30.E? SET  4 pee. COmATfOft WREIICH SET  Includes Vi*.' Ptivo Hotchct, fle).  Handle,    Extension,    Sparfc    Pl*i0  Socltct, 12'Soc^<_f8 and 'M'efal Car-  jryJng Calo.    '''  |lc0. S^ricp, $ty.9$ r������ tSPECIAjL  ^ ��OTH SETS M^P^piTlpNALLY ��UAfl^WTEED  Includes ���14 Polished Combination Box and Open End Wrench Sol  in Convenient Folding Case.  (fag. $26.95  SPECIAL  frlcavy Duty.  12 AmiVYMb-or Y���;  JIG W  3.0 Amp. Motor ,   m  E)  O  syisniinE c-txast Hiln#M - camxs  8i6-Z8HS  Q. -When I applied for- benefit I was  told I was, not entitled, as for health tea-  sons I-was not capable of work. Why is  it I cannot .receive -reemployment insur-  'ance'benefit when-so many others are fe-  cefvmg.it.while vihey are sick?  A^ You^hecame ill _^br| .your benefit waiting^ period had expire^. "Perhaps  SEE  Digest.- The' "five twin-' pumps that' feed  the' propellants .to the ^engines, are together about the'size of an office desk;  yet4 each is more pow_*_-ful than the entire engine room of the greatest; transatlantic liner. An Appolo spaceship has 91  engines and some 6,100,000 parts.  ilphn Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949,  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons-Village  Experts at cuts/ coiffs and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)   AUBtN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL.WORK INSURED  FREE BTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  &'    6CEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists   *  R. Pitkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551 or 886-2261  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ������ TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m'. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS". '  24 HOUR TOWING^-886-2811  '. Latest Equipment for  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885:_��466  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal .Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 51015c 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.  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FREE ESTIMATES  .?s*  Phone. 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ���I ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  BOB LEE ^  GRAVEL & EXCAVATING  Madeira Park B.C.  Tel: 883-2412 or 883-2265  CANADIAN CONSTRUCTION  SERVICES  Dry-Wall Taping, Spray-Tex Ceilings  (Any Color)  Anywhere on the Sunshine Coast  Call Burnaby - 526-6908  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service  Marine ways, Repass.  883-2248 -Madeira Parte, B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Servico  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD,  Resiclentlal - Commercial  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heatjng Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pepiclor Harbour  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Grave., Navvy & Fill.'  A. SIMP1CINS���095-2132  BRICKLAYING  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  ���BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Ndeds  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS... CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Box 14, Scchclt. B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  ��� COAST'SEWER SERVICES'LTD.'  Backhoo and Truck Rentals  Fill for Sale  Phono 833-2275  -Ifox 89/ Madeira fa n\t B.C.  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON A'LL MAKES  Mrs.1 Mona Hovies - 885-9740  At the Stan of H10 Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mochlne Shop ~ Arc ond Acty Welding  Steel Fobrlcotlrtfl ���--���- Mdrlrti. Ways  Automotive arid Marlrto rRepalr.  Standard Marino Ration  PJiono 006-7721       m. BB6^9lf^ %Q6-9Z26  MADEIRA-MARINE ttpp  Madeira Park ���',- Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for JEvinrqde,  p*M.C, Stern bHvb  Lawn Boy, Spprryak, Sprlnqbok,  K & C TheVmoglasi    '  Ford Marin6 Engines  & Pioneer Chain Saw Dealei*  -      Phono 883-2266  MACK'S NURSERY  Sunshine Coast Hi0h>vay,        r  ��� -  Roberts Citepk/P-C.''  TREES - SHRUBS - PLANTS  LANDSCAPINp  Phono 006-2604  r.*m,m., + ��rm*,.m*^mi��H.��.i**.,*,km..m*m.mmm^^^  ���'      p��  ."TAtfELLA -JHO^PE'"  Ladies' -'Men's - Children's Wear  Yard ���������Gaids'-v Beddlnji - )Llrieni  * Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, II.C. '  .   >.MM>_i-i��WW*Pil>*WW|iP*wil*��***��W��il��PP*l*W*��-*��l*Pll^  ������� "���"���'P.  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  '"���   " '   SECHELT,"B.C.     ';  WHITE SEWING MACHINES  Full line of Simplicity Patterns  Selected fabrics, drapery and leatherette,  Tel; 885-9345  ft. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMPING SERVICE AND"Vtv|*STALLATIDN  Sc_f��elt ro Pen3cr tloriour  Phone 883-2426  "' R.R��"1 M����lefff-t'"P��'rlrr8,C" "* ',.y  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R. 1 Secheit, B.C.  885-2332, or ZEnith 6430  mmm^rmmmmti0mmtm.t wwmi    i. ii���niK n i��������������������p���������!��� -��� tmn ��  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pjpefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating   *  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made io Measure  Hcodquoiters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  StartfloM - Arrow - McGregor  Ciirrlo - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES,  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  r     ��� 1   ���!���   -*    ��� 11 1. mr 111 1. 11 ...!���)...j���_��������� -- ...n"f   1 t  r-i ������)��  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Secheit 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  General Freight. Low-bed and heavy hauling.  '11I       I'liii'ii        i.lni.i.1.1 i'ni'1  '1       i'   i'      '    I,,,  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Esso Marino Gibsons  EVINRUDE SALES & SERVICE  Repair and overhaul to all makes  Tel: 806-7411 or 886-2891  PEN-NSUU DRIVING SCHOOL  " DUAL CONTROLLED CARS  REASONABLE RATES  SPECIAL STUDENT RATE  Servlwf Port Mellon to Meff-seon Bay   .  ��� ��� Phono 886-2401 *;���������.  ECHpLT  .GARDEN  vHOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs.  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  ;Caw-fe.5treet:-S05-97ir "'""'  ...      �����"|...      .. ,..*.w.^_4  y , ,     ,.        ,      ' ,'        ",'  ', . '.' It} .,! 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Dave Doig of tlie Secheit Garden '  Shop. The childrens* dish garden entry  is again open to children bf hon-memijers *  ahd -for the first time ;there is to be a  floating cup in this category, donated by '  Mrs. Kay L'emieiix. Plants and' bulbs will *  also, be for sale as in previous years, so  come early fov a good selection. _.  - Coloured><-$lides were shown by Mr.  Roy Olson and. narrated-by Mrs. Lorene  Yates/these -syere of the Death, Valley  and Palm Springs Deserts in California  and .consisted of beautiful wild flowers  and various types' of cacti; these were '  enjoyed by everyone. Also shown were-  some slides of Mrs. Janet Allen's garden  during the spring, which consists of 100  different varieties -of narcissus, plus  many more types- of spring flowers.  - The. evening ended with the host and  hostess serving delicious refreshments.  *  J.   -  V  >i,  ������fcv *  -.__  **  *.*  *-���* r  4 "  *, .*  .-V  ^   **.  _     *  F.  I'  ,*      J  i  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  t  _ *_  \  <��� .t  f  _������>���  .   '  /    f  r_-  -.1  e  , t  i ���  a-  _>'  _.<.  __]  WHILE most residents of the area,are  content to sit and get their excitement  and adventure from their TV programs,  Len and Suzanne Van'Egmond -recently  found themselves playing a io'le in real-  life drama- worthy of the great. James  Bond himself.  Throughout, (the adventure, they displayed as much, public spirit and disregard  for their'personal'safety as. any of the  great heroes of television drama.  Last Friday,.after a yisit <to Vancouver  Island, they had left the Tsawwassen ferry  and were-heading towardsHorseshoe Bay  to catch the 7:10 p.m. ferry. r Driving along  Denman, Street,-they saw .'two young men  crossing the street eahead of them and felt  immediately' .that * there * ,was something  wrong about.them. lThey- were,carrying  a bag and trying to appear unhurried and  nonchalant; .but there was something  about their gait -which .indicated anything  but unconcern. Mr. Van Egmond stopped  the car arid watched. The two men-started to walk more quickly. He leaned on  the horn, at which they panicked and  started to, run. They disappeared between  some buildings where .'his car could not  follow them, so he drove up a nearby  alley attempting to head them oft Then  followed a chase in, the, true cops and  robber tradition. When they doubled back,  he turned to head* them off in the opposite  direction and ^eventually he chased them  on to a school playground, whene one'of  them pulled a gun and started shooting.  So near was he 'to' the Van Egmond  car that, a cool .shot, would-have-endangered the lives of the Van Egmonds, but  fortunately, * he - was panic-stricken and  probably inexperienced' and"his shot did  not even' hit the car. .By this time, the  noise of the shot, the honking of the horn  and the. racing of the. car up and down  the alleys, had brought out the police and  ��������by 'Molry Tinkley  Don Bath and children' Gary, and Robbie  of Vancouver.    '    y    , --'  Miss Polly Anderson of Vancouver has  been enjoying a vacation' as guest-of her  sister, Mrs; Richard Mantoiv   ' ,  Mrs. Ken Coward of Pririkwater, Sask.,  has arrived* at Brook's Cove,* to meet her  new granddaughter," Toreen-McHbse,  Mrs. Janet'Allen has. 'returned- after a  visit to QuaHcum* Beach, where "she was  the guest of Mrs. Helen Pagan.  New residents'of/itectrooffs, are Dick  Van Egmond, his wife Margaret'* and their  two children, Nicky 9,> and Margie 7, who  are living in Mrs. Eva Lyons' cottage, the  former Lloyd-'Camferoh property.  Dick Van, 'Egmond .'will' be -working  with his brother Len on the sub-division  of the'property hear .Welcome-Pass.'  Forests  cut C under "���> management  healthier than.' uncut- ones. *-  .'  are  ,-    It takes from 600 to 1,200 trees to-plant  one acre.      .    -   ' *���    '���*   /*     -      **    ,  Obtains Degree  Bachelor of Arts,. Degree has been  awarded Janet Kruse. .who qualified  this year at'Siinon Fraser University.  Jane.t is -the daughter of Mr.: and Mrs.  Rae Kruse of.Granthams,vshe has  specialized in history. .  i  o  Want to make your home  larger, tapi-e comfortable, more  modern, more beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  you'll find helpful ideas and  infohnqKon ot your ono stop  1 supplies shop  , �� ,-. , .Bath Time- ,.     ���    ... ��� ,         _ ���     ���  "A-a-ah, 'that-fOels gOO(V,u^^eolhP :__toh-MaTsh^'atFle^t*tHace a week,    everybody else in the.vicinityand.the'two  vious"re"xpr:ession' oni%e-,fiw.e..of -ibfe He'has lived at-the VahjwiyprrAquar-   men w��**ani*B*P__-iPri ���a o^t^a ���uh  yery relied aBigabr snapping^titftle diim- for rife yast i3 "of- his "30 "years  at:*1he. Vancouver Public Aquariuin. and could _^t__l be there 100 years  The'100. pound native of Mi_5sis_kippi from now.  Snapping turtles usually  enjoys a.good back scrub by aqi&riSt live5100 to 150 years.  ,  Hqppenings Around Elphie  ��  Phone 8S5-9669  '.SlCH|LT;r8.C  THE end is almost here. Once week for the  * grade 12's writing departmentals and  two weeks for ,the rest of the students.  There aire, no, major exams for anyone-  else which is the "reason there" are orily  recommendations for the academics  grade "12'sr._" :   *' ' '   ���-  ���  -l-sat-.weekend,; May 31st, the grade 12  . Dinner "and^D-tnce'was held in our gym.  .The dinner," prepared and served by the  3ob'$ "Paughtefs, w_is a cpld plate. After  , dinner .Mr., Cjresswell took group pictures  JlWB��3����ffl,SiKil^!::����S*i.>������^^  3?.^i^?_C-*5<^^[^^  Y. ^^rii"^ ���-f * .* f  ���\-  cadear-n  .SITQ.  S  ��serve  Gibsons Legion .llcril.,.- .7:3�� p.m.  *  *,,***���"���"  ������  p* ��.  SBWWsfcKiSs'SSWStfcfijS^  ���by Marilyn Hopkins  of the grade 12's while the hall was being cleared up. The dance started at  9:00 p.m. with the "Wicker's Street  . Blues "Band** which" wasn't really a blues  .band, but more like a rockT.and. Nevertheless, it was still good and the dance  was a big success.  Then, came the all-night parties and  the breakfast. Many thanks to Mr. and  Mrs.'Sallis for having the grad party,  and to'Mr.'and Mrs. G. Hopkins and Mrs.  R. McPhedran for having the breakfast at  6 o'clock in the morning. A few certain  brave people even ventured to go swimming.  .     AH day Sunday .-was supposed* to be,  spent/ u'p'^t >Rubyt Lake which ended up -  being. Trout' 'Lake,.' JNTot * many  people  showed lip, and of those that did, many  'didn't stay past noon.  It .was a great weekend but many of  us are glad it only happens a few times  a year.    .  Monday' was our annual Track and  Field. Meet. -As you can imagine there  weren't too many fantastic athletic displays put on by the grade 12's. But one  record that was broken was the Senior  Boys Long Jump. The previous record  ���was 1 (J, Q", but. on Monday Bob, Benner,  a grade 10 student who couldn't be more  than 5' 6" or 7" himself, jumped an amazing 19' 6". Very v/ell dpne Bob. The rest  of the events went off much the same  as other years with one new event this  year ���the Pole Vault. All the events  couldn't be rim in the one day and so  the next couple ot noon hours were spent  ���with"Track and Field events.  We are all very sorry to hear that  Mr. Potter will not be with us next year,  but instead y/ith a North Vancouver High  School.  men were-apprehended and charged with  robbing the" penman office of the National  Trust dompany.'The Heroes of the chase  are now home enjoying the comparative  serenity of Halfmoon Bay.  RECREATION  Halfmoon'Bay Recreation Commission  is planning a picnic at the Roberts Creek  picnic grounds on Sunday, June 15, Everybody is welcome and should bring  their own lunch. Equipment will be available for baseball for the'children. It is  hoped that as .many parents as possible  will turn out and get their children down  to Roberts Creek, but anybody needing a  ride should get in touch with any member  of the Recreation Commission.  HERE AND THERE  Patients in St, Mary's Hospital are  Mrs, Mary Kingston and Mr. Harry Casper.  Guests last week of Mrs. Roy Holgaite  were her daughter, Beth, her husband,  pBEKaM;m^.WH*��.'^^  GRAVEL> EXCAVATING:  DITCHING-1*. BACKHOES  B*9X_L7_t  'Mtflfrr '885-9666^  p^jjg-^^  SEJS  Blofte C. Alderson' P.C.  Post Office Building **5c_3i_J��  v   ' iPhone 805-2333 -%  Res. ��86-232.  Tuesday to Friday lO&O'a.m, to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  I  WATER USERS OF SECHELT. SELMA PARK, OAVIS BAY AND  WEST SECHELT ON THE SYSTEM OF SECHELT WATERWORKS,  DAVIS BAY WATERWORKS AND WEST SECHELT WATERWORKS;  EFFECTIVE IfMEDiATELY  SPRINKLING RESTRICTIONS ARE TO BE IN FORCE AS FOLLOWS; SECHELT AND DAVIS BAY TO SPRINKLE ON THE ODD  DAYS; SELMA PARK AND WEST SECHELT ON THE EVEN DAYS.  7 A.IV.. TO 10 A.M. AND 7 -SUAYTO 10 P.M.  '   ��� ,* '. - *< '  ��� ��� -   f swtHEtr w&TBmfmm LTP.    " -  i**i^��^V<��'|^**Hi*^*^'^wtw��v*****  Thousands of visitors to British  Columbia seo our provlnco as ono  of ^10 8r*pote*.t sconlc nnd  recreational areas on earth. And  thoso visitors faroflbspjutply rleht.  From the sandy beaches of  Vancouver Island to tho rugged  grandeur of the Rogers Pass,  there's boundless opportunity for  spiting f)pHo>y traKei. This year,  plan to see more of British  pplurnbiar and seo what holJ-Jays  ore nil about  n  I believe every man should havo  an equal opportunity for  omploymont. Ho, should bo given  tho chanco to show his ability  to do tho job whether ho is  disabled or not. I believe this  is an employer's responsibility'.  Every year in B.C., more than  1.000 men and women sustain  tomanent, partial disabilities in  industrial accidents, Many havo  been rehabilitated by tho  Workmen's Compensation Board  ���vyith tho co-operation of employers  arid return to their regular  employment. They are still a  valuable human resource. Whon  given tho opportunity, they can  m6re than compensate for their  disabilities by doing a better job  for their employers by concentrating  their energies on tho work they  can do. It is good business to  offer disabled persons tho  chancd of employment,  Labour, management and tho  Workmen's Compensation Board  havo been working together to  reduce tho toll of industrial  accidents for many years���but  thero is still much room for  improvement. Hazardous work can,  usually bo made loss, dangerous  by complying with strict safety  regulations presoibod by tho  abvkf.NMlENT OF BRITISH COLUM0I/V  DEPARTMENT.Of TRAVEL INDUSTRY  Hott. W. K. Klenrran, Minister  jr. J3. Wod��y, D��puty MliAttot.  t.  Board. Tho Workmen's  Compensation Board is pmbarking  on an important campaign to  educate and remind workers of tho  need to take every safety  precaution in tho course of  their jobs.  Tlio combined efforts of labour,  management and tho Workmen's  Compensation Board aro needed to  help reduce tho more than  90,000 industrial injuries  Incurred every year in B.C, and  to return disabled workers  to productive employment -'    Employoro having Job openings  for disabled poreona should  contact tho Bonrd'o vocational .  fchabilltsSlon d_*parjment.  moRKmerfe;  comperssanon  ** %^n^^/^%tf\tf^i jfk&&. ^pf  ^l''*TM!*ft'M*%*'l**u#*fl,*'M^'^^ rtWi.tR^"'*. i*^.^*" (f*. *'T  Vt^*v  ���SJ'V     jr"��_��  V -W^^V-^VV1-*^* (iH^Whl ���V-'*^'*'--**^****^'"^'^^  'v *- . 1  14 ' j p  w *,   ���    ,   y  ' f i**     t 1 ,.- I \ !   ' *��� ���> '  *   ,, *J . .-   .- .  y  1 t  1.  li,  f  N  BJSsi-iS  Welcome  Appreciated  More than 150 Guides, Brownies and  Leaders formed'a guard of honor -to  Mrs. W. A. C. Bennett's warm and   particularly the young people, pic-   in Mernatronal dress,* she chalts With welcome Mrs* W. A. C, Bennett and ,  under_ftanding personality- won im-   tured here being greeted by hostesses    Lenora Paull and, Cheryl _Brackett; eaca was rewarded with a handshake  mediate friendship with  everyone,"       --*--���       *���������*���- * -   * - >       - .      ,,;->,.' and special word. ^little Indian Prin-���  '        "    " cess Geraldine Joe and Mrs. Bennett  ��C-��  J . ���*"*? j-L.  O  O ,  ��w        ****����i��**-_  ;  i  j 5  .\  get acquainted after Geraldihe presented a bouquet of red roses and  from that moment on they became  fasrt friends. *     i  QDQP  ftm ^  w**^/**  **5J*  *%��*��*.  *���*_  Poge A-6 The Peninsula Times   ^p  Wednesday, June 11, 1969  (4'  Aj?r_.-p3K"-jr.   *�� \^,,yt*  **,    Ji,"*^** Sj       --,  _. j ^  .1p_��A   ,      #{\-  -���cc**-  I   ..  ���jr *i  -V!  <\  -, v.   -, > ;  Many Nations'  but they all look like large buttercups  and all like the same conditions, either  Native dress of eight countries worn   Mandelkau (Scotland); Debbie Baba   Brackett (Canada) and Evelyn Go-   s_4 or shade, but plenty of moisture.  by Elphinstone students gave an In-    (Japan);   Nancy Millier   (Greece)!    kool  (India).   Young ladies had a       Another easy grown early bloomer is  ternat-onal flavor to the Ladies Day   Trudi Muehelenkamp (Germany);    busy afternoon serving tea to many   dioentra or bleeding heart.  It i_. often  In Your Garden  ���By The Old Rake  NO TIME should be lost in sowing the  seeds of biennials and perennials. They  need enough time to develop a good root  system and be sturdy enough to withstand  the rigors of winter. They can all be sown  outdoors now that the soil and air are  warm When the seedlings are large  enough to handle they can be set out in  ��� rows to develop.  About the same time as you plant the  spring flowering plants you can put the  -biennial and-perennial seedlings Fin their  permanent place, it is a good plan-to put moment for m little Princess,   Terry Bryan of the Secheit RCMP  fJiWR.iffS   LwSSctorJoeSrS   'DeShnSt into the Legion Hall for  B rS n^S*>JS,'������&**   Mrs. W A. C. Bennett past Constable   *last week's LadiesDay Tea.  bloom during the summer and fall, the  blooming period can be extended by using  some. Of them that flowbr in early spring.  ba&i&tvtto? ��*st.v ** Sttte^dc-ronicum. '* You'  n-ay-jhave jtioticed its. daisy like yellow  flowers^ borne on long stems that make  their1 appearance in late March and early  Aprils Quite' a number of the early flow-  ersy are yellow, another is the ttollms or  globe flower. There are several varieties,  to  tl  Escort  Tea held in Secheit last week. From   Lygia   Martinez    (Spaiii);    Cheryl    hundreds of guests,  left: Lenora Paul! (Canada); Wilma  V* rvynir w  V   *���."  if n  . y>.  '\ tml''*i*�� * W;rY'       VV>., Wly they require loti  ,* V % *4 mjj[ f;! V. )Xhs; There are several  ' bV i /J (*((,.��VrI f'��',   '�� �� ',   '* nics- that ^'P to P"  .v itf/ii: i /:, '������* *; >;', ��5df*?*. a*8^yar��  called ��Uitchman's breeches because of the  flowers hanging down like a row of red  breeches drying in" the sun. They are not  particular as to location, but prefer some  shade.  For one of the best blue flowers that  bloom early you can't beat Anchusa. It  will start to bloom in early June. They  like a well drained soil for they are liable  to rot off in winter if they are located in  a wet spot that doesn't drain properly,  ^4-A}| They arc sun lovers and as they grow rap-  ri''/St|    idly they require lots of room.  early flowering pco-  prolong the color in the  all gross feeders they  .should have the site prepared in advance  of p'lanting by adding lots of humus and  a handful of bone meal per plant. Do not  plant too deeply as this is one of the realms for failure with this plant. The tops  of the eyes or buds should be just below  soil level.  MANY GIFTS TO CHOOSE FROM  at  KRUSE DRUG STORES LTD.  GIBSONS       SUNNYCREST       SECHELT  886-2234        885-2238       886-2726  1  r  i    ��i  i  ,  i  F  '                    1  i 1" v,  t  f*  ^fcuW^ 4*  .*��_ *    *.  Introduction  Standing before  the banner which   to the Sunshine Coast, Hon, Isabel   cess Geraldlne Joe, Mrs, P. Richter  proudly welcomes'Mrs, W. A. C. Bon-    Dawson introduces from left: Mrs, R.    and Mrs. W. Black,  nett and special guests from ViOtorJa   Williston, Mrs.! Bennett, little Prin-  SHIPSHAPE CRAFTS INCREASE BOATING FUN <<_iW-11^-,  Painting, os every experienced boater knows, Is the most Important  of all fltflno our jobs. They alio know that only marine paints oro used���  those especially made to rcjlst all tho punishment of waves., rain, abrasion,  marine growth and scorching sun. So when they have a |ob to do, they  depend upon their reputable point dealer to guide them In the purchosc of  materials,  Therefore, mates, plan your painting |ob OS carefully ps you would  chart a course, Before you even pick up a brush, tho matter of surface  preparation must bo dealt with. Tho rule to follow Is: If tho surface looks  4-1.' nt���  m���,,,��� n���A A/��rin��l bad* tako ,r dwn t0 lho t>a'a woo<'' T-ctal, or fiberglass. Smart sailors  Quality  Ho^osonrond Marino I consult their dealers for special fiberglass primers and paints,  WALT IW*$i3E��I  SALES -LTH.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in  GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 086-9303  flwaro  Gibsons Marcflwnro  (&$-$���$)   Ltd.  Dealer for  MARSHALL WELLS  PAINTS  Darnoclc Pills Marino Point  1556 Marina  GIBSONS  896-2442  The best way to examine a wooden surface Is to give it a half dozen  strokes with wndpopor. If tho finish powders easily or I* brittle, look out���  it --gone. gwMH'ii_-ri-M_iwi|iw'|M_'  Fill any scorns pr surface Irrcgularltlos that need It, If caulking Is  badly cracked or has begdn to pull away from the seams, rout out tho old  compound.  Metal and fiberglass surfaces should bo carefully prepared before  painting. Remove all loose or scaling point ond clean surfaces thoroughly  with paint thinner to remove oil ond greose. Rusted spots In tho metal  should be sanded or wire brushed, Remember to "feather edge" chipped  paint areas to completely conceal when re,polntlng.  It Will tak_ somo control 16 keep fibm stortIng to paint on the first  worm day, but remember spring Is usually fickle. Walt until you're sure  PMPTMN-MMWMMMMMm  D, G. DOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  Dealer for  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  in GIBSONS  Look - Better - (longer  Sunnycrctr Shopping Centre  686.2615  '��� - ���-- ��� ' ���i -i i- ji. .  _M  ACROSS CANADA  Very good. Now callfor a 'Blue*   Labatt's: the true-blue beer, (^hatts  This ���dvtttlnsment I* not publish*- or dltpUy.d by th�� liquor Control Board or by tho Oovsrnment of OrilUhColumbia  C -a S SALES  PITTSBURGH PAINTS  DEALER  Scchcl. - 885-9713  "Look  -  Belter ��  Longer"  the tcmp��rature will  stay oround  45*-50*  F. to prevent  wrinkling  and  *' flotttno of fho finish. As for mid-season touch-ups, doh��'t do ony pointing  when tho temperature is above 90" F.  Now, clear tho decks of preparation gear and start painting, Tho  customary order Is: standing spars, cabin"'exteriors, cabin interiors, d*eck��  and deck equipment, lopsldes, lx>ttom and boottopplng.  GULF,  Building Supplies  BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  In  SECHELT - 885-2283  Twin Creel Lumber & Building Supplf  YOUR GENERAL PAINTS DEALER  Monamcl and Brcozo Paints  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY NEAR GIBSONS  006-2C00  ' rParlcer's  Hardware Ltd.  Your Dealer for  SHERYVIN  WILLIAMS  PAINTS  SECHELT-885-2171  '.'  ._*���  "  ! , '.'.    .'.      '.  . .;  , ���     ..I,  *  1   "* % ' _. \  > ^r ��i V VN p**- ���  ���** *  '*+��� *\*\ "\ * .*%,*% ���. fc fc *Vf^u>>>> *->��*> lAVS.'V'i *u'jh \  ,-*.*.���*-����*����� *-^-^'*%���*% %!JV'*��V*^^*^^ * <h n **i\***<ifn#hT*K/fkl,*,  !  .  ����� *ft "V*W �� h'x, ���%,; .<*(, ���%, ^';,  *#  m *  * <* ��r  .  *. 0 m- m m- * .^^i*--"-"*  >-j|��p*��V'i_-** >* v>rt"01*^*i' *  V.,- t f    v    .,,,^    ,-1  V>��. .a ��y*Ain>".  .<_> *J,*^.tF  ,   ��     '     .*���*_��� ���' *���'    ,    ' -     "*     ^     J'  ">      s*   -    '   , \ J'* '*   ���"-.,*'> ��� - .   '. .       ' '' ". "���"��� '    >'     .*     '"���'    '     ' "' jT       ��� ff  ^^.a,y^_-^.F^- ���-*.-*!���.,��� ^i^.tFl ^ >*_�� _   t, ��� j^ij...   *_..^^.V-^V^.^.���-.. -.y.^.^ ,, ,^r.y^,JU.���_�� ^.V^A, VwvF*^f ^F��.^_.^w^-, _, t^...^^���>. .^Fl_.   ^. ..^���^_J _, ^. ^FV^,.^^,A_. ^.^ ���/ ,..-���,*>y~ \* .-  fcA.,  *' I*  f'      .'  #d  i   -1  V June 11; -1��69- Tho Peiiinsufo Tories .       Pije fat  ���*.��> *< r  Kt.  .  .i  A  _*"  &  ^  M-fl  y-  i' . is  f It' ,f  he s  '���?y.  r*'.;���*-.  -.  '4  \   **"<���',  *-N_ *  ..**>!.  �����r  .,'�����*> ���-v*.*.  >v,  .I.*.  vy  Y;.%:  -l*.  ' '' .F. ', - .     *      * ' I, V       t��*" . </;*.       I *-  .*   *'      *>    ���*,* y   -,'-*' "Vr* .-'*; **���<!'' C4  The cos! of labor is one of several factors  providing telephone *.erv!ce..TheyB.C.; TMfyton&vmpm  a responsibility to inform iti? fcustofflt^    to arrive at ji; new wdrkiftg agreement Mt\\ iUk!M^m6ri;msM0^m  Workers of B.C. ���'*  ,*-_ 1   ^.    - F.    ,       . %  The following report is made to help meel tiiai recoil  i, - ,< .T  v-.;.>.  v*'.,.  I-'fK  *.;r.F����  ,^,   / \ .  p   ,   )*F  ���'--_ ':'  B.C. Tel and the Federationr of .Telephone  Workers ,;began - negotiation^ .Iri October,  ;1968 and in.three months of direot ta(ks .  and two months of nieetirigs bejore a federal  conciliation officer dealt with 1^03 of the 132 -'  Items before bargainers.  -    The Company "could not'accept, however,,  .the* Federation dbniand.for a SS^per-cent  . across-the-bo_ird wage rate increase in one*  . year, nor all of the additional 16 per cent in  other demands.  l* Wage-differences, together-with other'  items were placed before a federal concilia***  tion board early in April. The board included  Chairman Prof. Joseph C. Smith of the University of B.C. Law Faculty; G.S* Curriming,  a' Vancouver* lawyer, as Company rtdminee;  ,D. D. Stupich, NDP MLA for Nanaimo, as  ' hnminaa Inr the., Cariamtinn'a r.l_ii.f anA Irnltln  y.Th'ese' recornrnehd^ioj.eiaIriclMtfel...t.HI  -ftiiiffwjrigy^;^   .- ^"^'-.^'.a?y;-.  o  ^rc^\:r^Mt^.\6'M^^^^  ijerfiaihing sfe^^r ce'efcMqcW4 A<&  1970: t, YYyYy Y''i/^^'J/f^i  ���A- feductloriV etf-ictiv^^aHr3|.i97fc-fo  37% hpumMm^.hies^4p^bu7.wof1  1 i*    _ "iii ..r'_.>-_j:i '_��--i�� 'ih i1 �� _.'*L's_- -'-".iV  ���: FriHge tfehefi.-i -cost B.C. Tel 27V_t cents  :;jjbr* ^-..cfif ll.00 - of .straight -timfe payroll.  ' Amo*.g-th"��|0 ar^e pensions, death benefits  /and,feipk^aye."f^ny^ for by the'Com-  ^"lhfr,r'U*^lo;.S;pflcl[holidays; ra^dica! insur-  -a_ii-,<'t^'4t;^"riDds> vacations-.and other  '���iteft*''"*" _".i  ';' V4^l0'-L':prpv|si_)hs include two weeks  ;a|tek<ori^ fflti&:%bvAf&\ three" weeks after  Wi'Mu\tiJohi,^BQr('s^\XQt 15 years and  ���W'Wle^.ilter. 24 years, effective .from  'U-in.^'^^and fSut weeks after 14 years  f^rid :fiv#peek's; after 23 years, effective  Jan.1,vJ970.-Y \    .     ,  '.:  -'.- ��� .,-_-.?'������,-  -  Ei  The Company also agreed to increase its  contributioris to medical insurance payments  to $5.00 monthly from $2.50 for married employees and to $6.25 monthly from $2.50  for married employees with dependents.  Overtime work provisions Include time and  one-half for the first two hours of "continuing" overtime and double time thereafter1;  and double time for all "called out" overtime. In-addition, the Company has agreed  to-pay plant-employees In money, rather  than in a combination of money and time  off, for all overtime worked.  to  This vwuia*: result .iff 'ho%rlf$&$& |Ife| 1st  Jan. % 4i97dti.5,h$-_4.8 t^f,:eeHI hTgHbftha).  at the end tJf thk^ft^lbUs;_sdnirJBfct'!_.e_3_;eiV  1968." ��� "';.>-''"-.'- '"> a*'-"' ���.���.y-'-V'.'-^  .- For'th-i^reHc-il/aiylslbrj] ���-jj^.^Jiil*^  ', rB.C.-Tehemployees .for some "time have  b'eeh':.lHe''highest'palclr telephone workers  JKi^^lak-TherSettlemertt,proposed pre-  i��_.rye_|antl^fihatlcesthatemployee position  ;is illustrated by a comparison of top month-  -.'. _;  ly wage rates as of Jan. 1, 1969. In this  comparison, the figures for B.C. Tel include  the 10 per cent increase recommended to  be retroactive to Jan. 1,1969 in the settlement package offered:  ilnlMiiitiiijiMWIMfliii'l  m*  \6f th'evjyrtitecl'Steeiwbfkers ofArriertba;, as  nohriinee for clerical division. *';*"y '���- -; ."'Y,*  In its report, issued May 9,- the board  recommended a two-year contract expifing-  December 31,1970. Its recommendations frn  vacation and other employee-benefit Improvements were unanimous. Its recomnjen-.  Wa�� a6e'ep;tp$f th�� S^'gWij^BfiHjjj;.  ��� 7->.-'><  . tmmmm  ,'   -V'.* '.��.*��� ���"/>.Vi  ..   .  F*,       *  B.C.Tel /.Iberia    Sask.     Mart. : Qh\At\o     M.S.  8oh$rderatlori-$'.ahti a.m^.uct|6h io^35'from  3'7</-?. hours lit tfi_t.worl<)Wfl_fk, vVhicH:v(.oui.a  incireaso fclerlci_il.hburty*wage ir^ostby 30.7  por cent'by/dt-Ufcvii 1^-. Y1/".:    '      '  Mr  B.C. Tel's Board of Directors, after careful examination of the alternatives, agreed  reluctantly to accept the unanimous and  majority recommendations of the conciliation board.  It did not accept the minority recommendation for the clerical division. Information  ^ ��� I,. 11 ii i ��� 11 ii  obtained from an objective and Independent  source Indicates conclusively that B,C, Tel  clerical salaries, Including the recortimendeq  10 per cent adjustment effective Jan. 1t  1969, are ahead of the weighted aver-ago  for nearly every clerical job ol the top 24  employers in British Columbia.  The recommended terms acceptable to  the Company,;.toge_h_. r4 with ��� other, .frjrtge-  beneflt iterrit��'atready apcepted by tho':Company, v represent/ah lhbr_|a$e of,124-2 per  dent, or more than ,$1S,ODO,000< In payroll  costs over, the two years; '-,;,','  Federation tie-Jtitlatdr-V 'recommended  against acceptance of* these terms and the  membership r^joct^c! %& ��� settlement ** pack-  So that ydti may se^ Vvnat'\yas rejected,  . the following eeto OUt'G.jpmpics of wage  r?ites profibspd *.ln thd Beltlpmept package  recommended fe^thdJconGlllatioh board and  accepted ,by, trl^" Cqmjjani-t It, must b> kept  In mind thattd'd&y ihf^quentiy, If ever, are  bur employees ttubjepted to, layofifs.  I    Maintenance Man  'l''i'i-" "'��� r' " ���'     - - *  1    t-lfterttari, Iii3t_,l/er-     1'  |    Building Serviceman  $788 '  $777  $526  - $681  $666  $439  $662  $647  $416  $659  $629  $405  $674  $626  $412  $557  $492  $327  I Y0jJ6r_lt6r;. -,  $422  $382  $373  $347  $376  $33?  -' .'Service Representative  '   Inlferfnediate steno  $509  $473  $441  $407  $424  $403  $459  $420  $504  $441  $365  $383  i '                       *  $388  $334  $366  $308  $368  $325  a  ���.''���������:���.���'.. ' Y'iIf -        , '   * '     . '*   *  (Rates shown nro top ralos In 1968 and thoso recommended by the bori.d f6r.196Q one) 1970)  1968  *    .           < ' .��� ,     ���  Jan.1/00 -'������  Jan.1/70  Classification  hourly  yearly  dourly  . yparly  Ciourly  yearly  -"���'Sri Technician  $5.11  $9,996  $^.62  $10,905  $5.98  $11,695  ,   Cable Splicer, Central  .  i            \  i  <i  Office Maintenance Man  $4.12  $8,598  $4.53  $M0   ,  $S.14  $10;059  Lineman, Installer-  '  t  Repairman  S4.0Q  $8,481  $4.47  $9,329  ^'.07  $9,924  Mechanic  $3.39  $7,080   !  $3.73  $7,787  $1.23  $8,283  Storeman-Driver  $3.33  $6,949 :;?;:  $3.fe6  $7,643  S4.15  $8,131  Building Serviceman '  $2.75  $5,739 Y  $3.b_��  $0,31^  $^.42  $6,715  Operator  $2.52  $4,604  $2.77  $5,068  $^.95  $5,387  Salesman     ,  $4.61  $9,020  $5.07  $9,9:_3  8*5.39  $10,654  Draflsman III  $4.25  $8,319  $4.07  $9,151  $4.97  $9,733  Servico Representative  < ���  ,  i  1  and Senilor Steno  ��2,oil ,'  $5,548  S3.1-1  . $0,104  ���33.31  $6,493   ,  Senior Sorvico  (                    i f  s  Representative  $3.03  . $5,927 ���,  , $3.33  $8,619  $3.54  $6,934  Typist  $2.18  $4,?34  02,38     $4,668  Si.53  $4,954  i" The plarit section of tho Federation sought  to have ct shorter work year, rather thari a  shbrto'r Work y. apk as reebmmended unanl*;  $6\i$YM W ^bnbillation board., |  i ,,Tbt.8 wbuid have i^H 2,600 plant employees  fcbntiniir| \oY-jyprfc ti 40-hbtir week, but re-  cpivlng Jhrea; additional weeks-off ���^ In  ^Hhg, fail kM Winter" r- Ih jieu ot a 37Va-  rjourWork.wadkj  .  I 'fhli Is'lihaccdptabld to the Company,  rib} pQcabfib ot cost which would bo about  jlij ^rjio'dl with tho 37^2��hour work week  Wiil-th' \m Corrl|.fln"/ liaia agreed to accept,  but (jocriiiso li wotlld Irhpalr sorlouBly main  It would mean every plant employee with  one year's servico would got five week's  vacation. In four pieces ��� and there aro  nearly 1,100 such plant employees In the  Company today. Th��f remalnlnd. jnord tH$i  1,500 would get from, six'to el^Ht vrVBekd"  vacation (In four placed  The impossibility of schfedujlrid & work  force to cover sucH vacation periods tor  employee^ scaltared throughout British Columbia Is obviotia arid any attempt at It  would bring serious doteribration lb customer servico. We cannot and Will riot  tolerate this. '" " ,"* '",".'��� ""'T'""*"-"���,"'""  Furlhermore, If such a system became*  .eHftricb, at hltjli ctandards of customer ^   affective throughout the Cbmpany, chaos  -JiJivlca.'.  Would result.  , fl.C. tat, JI H H-aJor employer in British  6bWmbl(. arid as a regulated utility which  bltlit jUBtlfy k\\ Its bxpenses to tho rdgula-  tbry -itithbrlty, rbfcbgniies clearly that It  blultt titUb o rc^pbhslbio position In Its labor  ilefjotlnlloho.  i tt mtlit b fair With Its amployees, but also  tadlli^fjtfjct trie .n.areat of Its customors,  IIS :trjvi��!brl and _.Hilsb Columbia as  t$(ih.p  f ttil Dbftibflny ntsb rfeco��nlzea that It can  lily ���nk v-> Ik upon growth; in bu-.li.uo_ to  a  generate additional revenues required t����  meet cost Increases,  Tho settlement package proposed by1 tho  federal cohCillallon board ��� unanimbufjn  ���almost every respect��*-�� \i, Iii tho Company'li  vlow a very gonordus one for our orripldyld_t.  Tho Company has accepted thos-o t-kms  With roluclanco. It cannot arid Will bbt  accept further demands. .  At the samb time, wo aro prepared td  maintain telephbno servico for our custom-  era in event tho Federation members mm^..  tostriko. ,. ._   *  0/rw WLt/MBtA fimmm mmut  1%  _*��  "A  _  i  >*  4*  -T  S/V  . ^.s^^AF^IVfri-A A^-^!v^.J**i-|F**,F^.^. *  i   ��,    .  ,   , v, ' ��� ��� ���   '��� -t  |ftA^*A����iF��iF*iF>A*Fl ��,*,<* ,��.,��>.*,���>.-���>,'*���.*��.,  ,����*i^*M*.��*��*������*��*p*����^����*p��*rM^*^'^''M**M+Ai^  (tflJ"MW#1��i 1    '   . -i     **   " '      >       *���������***** j ** X^CiJ\*i Ll y   > </ -*- Wi   ,^rC   ^J*'  W^^f  ... J   y5-_._.        <       ... ��� -. ' _ _     .     ,.   .   ���      ���****���._���   _ .iMiintn-T  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 1J, T.9$��  -fn* ~| "'I      '        ������ ��� '      ','   'i   "    V 1 F ~^  �����   - ��� - V 5  Wray^Mifisrwettdiiig  at Sit Hilda s Church  ST. HILDA'S fcAn|[iic_Ji Church, Secheit,  was the scene of a quiet informal wed-  .ding on* Saturday, May 24, when" Gladys  Margaret 5 Milk became the 'bride of Mr.  John Charles "Wray," >,  Th?? btfd-! is 4he youngest daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. William Mpls of Madeira  Bark,and the-groom is the only son-of 1  Mr, and Mrs. Wufred Wra^r of Irvine's  Landing, B.C. 5  Rev. Barry Jenks officiated at the cere'  ��� raony which took' place at 11 aW.  Gi\en in marriage by her, father,, the  bride wore a white nylon lace coat over  a turquoise knee-length dress. Her only  attendant was Miss Maureen Crosby, -.  Attending the groom was Mr. Sidney  Lee. \  Following a honeymoon tour of Vancouver Island, Mr, and Mrs, John Wray  have .ak$n up residence at Bargain Har-  *    bour, B.C.  Methyl alcohol is made from wood.  V Y,  (   Installation ,,... .     ��� ��� ^   ;<<irf.,^  WorMng just 30 feet below hoveling   Avalon l-tooirang Grounds, Port Mel-     ''-**- !^t.>-/? Y^:I  helicopter, Glenn Phillips and Lloyd    Ion, on Saturday.  Poles were lower-    *"*-���     ^ "-   x>.o*__,  {.-%   Y�� . V'^V* *<���" iK{  Sugden of Riv Tow Marine Ltd. fix   ed by helicopter into 14 deep sockets    -Y^Y, ��*< y+it%^h  clamp art. one of -tie ten mt light    along shoreline. /. - -     f *    y K     ^K%-J&&*i*  poles which were installed at the , -    ,    <    i v ,      ��. &x��n&r* <v ^-Y .UP  Guidance  With very little foothold on slippery  rocks and the tide coming in together '  with* a-Capricious' brefeze; guiding,^  i    poles into ctttvert sockets some HO  *M   fedt,uhdet roaring helicopter is "some-  \_<  f/,    f;^     F��  f%^^��,       -F        ��,  "���****    *  v    f .    ^Mi       ,   J. ���*   f    -    -*'j  ^.^       ^   *���    .     .   .        * *        'r;.  .,-!      r.      if   .1 ,1.   <<     ��__. _     ;.,  y    -'   -      '    ^'  x  J. ii ,, .Ft'...Ji ^^jj^  >   *^A *'-s      *. n_.  rH-lVHT ^t'Vf   ,<'i*��l  ���^Vv**' ~VJA I  !<���*_��� *y*.y-t-*-^;  >. * ���* : v*-*  iii  ^��* ,. "*>,.  ��y..'fe>��.^ -v ���>>-  1        yl- .  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J**^"^__l  ?'_ .r*-   'V-''v ''��'  *��*��*. ji-*>/ Y'-Zy  yt.  F<; -ft*  1 *f>��5  I F   ,        I,   ^^ F^-  _*  ?V*. J_S  Lfc  f<  i^Aw����<|  %y^YY��t  vie  Team WoVk'vJ  y   , Visitors froih Britain  , r -, y   enjoyed Peuiiisula sun  VISITORS at the Roberts Creek home of  Mrs. W. Grose last week were Mrs.  ��� Wjnnifred Pears, her daughter Lesley and  Mrs. Joyce Taylor, all from London, England. '  .'   They^were accompanied by Mrs. Philip  Tattersfield of West Vancouver and all are  *Y/   Y;     members of the Ladies League of Health  r>   ^lt*f>  >-    and'Beau^r.  l^l i        The visitor are part of a group from  ;     -j     Britain presently louring British Colum-  -. ' bia at the invitation of' their British Co-  ^ ���',"-     lumbia counterparts.   They1 had enjoyed  P-.VY-- '"'sV,  perfect weather'in'the interior* but were  ^^Y^Vj* "less tha^r,enchanted with the rain they1 *  J**r��^| ^ found in.Vancouver. The Sunshihe Coast,  *^,| *(   however, lived ,up to its name arid a perr ,  ���>*M * ����� f_ctr d&y*��was enjoyea, The visitors'"were  MS*i *3*paf^c^_a_:iy iptprsgisUJji^itiythe -_*juu��h" on* '.r  (the Secheit Reserve and persuaded two  delightful Indian children to pose on the  v   l steps. Lesley Pears, age 18, thinks British  Columbia is "it" and firmly intends to  return before Jong ... for keeps.  A .gift for "PAP on  Y*    his PAY!  �� *  ffOSl-  r ama *r ff��  * '*  ~ *,  u  %  ON FATHER'S DAY GIFTS  Unt|l Soturday, June 14th  RODS from 4.75 to 29.95  DYNA-GLASS RODS  from 17.95 to 22.95  REELS from 3.95 ond up  ,  _   HIBACHISot 7.25  __)_i _.*_> t       j*  *t~ *>��� **��  ICE CHESTS   -    KNIVES  AXES   -   LANTERNS  AIR RIFLES  CAMPING EQUIPMENT  TOOLS  TRANSISTOR RADIOS  FISHING TACKLE ond LURES  -*    f  ,;   " Yf  j * "^ Gibsons    "'' '"  . Phone 886-9600  i   a. 4w. * iA v-tvU-4* 4    j;   * v  U*,. /,. *U *uJ*(Y��uW*  tension Tree jfljmting jn Canada will double    /vnpnatron was conducted with mer-  Use of helicopters for bistallafion   by 1975. 3S^?toS?^WriSSd  work is becoming routine but still re-       _ .   . .....       J1Z lit?'      ^ r  Tension  apters f<  work is becoming routine but still requires a lot of faith in the pilot's anility and reliability of the hawser. If  Eighty-foot r>ole is iust about to leave  barge, rocking in "turbulence created  by Okanagan helicopter.  *'h   it*  Hard hats were lost in'helicopter ^turbulence but 4,500 ib.*, eig-ity/fpot pole  is over target and ��ready -to-; be lowered. Already wet to armpits'Len  ahd Harold Swanson ^got*:a-further  soaking as water gushed, fron> socket  when pole was lowered into foundation. This is the first time such an  i  Forest fires destroy recreation'and jobs,     atop poles.  ������^���������^ ������!_��� ������������  '������'. ���' '��� ;   O  /-__>.  -:J^  ,) -   '���'     OrU   .-        ������    ���      "     *  /������J   .���    V ;*     ;    t-      .. j-,'.       ;r *.-   .  , .   . / -' w"-���*��� -����"��� ��������-���-   i  *    k^����* i**; '  ������'a.   ���*���* '���  ���A-i-y'':  , I  ,1    ^  *      .*  _ 1  ��_     '.*   ���  ,1, .'...>���  .I1"   ii*     *'**'���  ������.'.������ ^  ���p.'tt/;  J. ��iC_ ���*��  _��� _���:..���  . ���, *.  * - ���    '/  ^jm^&7**v-''  ��� < -*-  b i  '.-    "*  ���* _���[  ���rf  ��� _. *-.* . j  -i rf.    . -  ��� * _.���������� ^  :��� -:Yt .  **���    .      \* "*1       V *��       1  l**��*   *������  _ Vv \  ��� -m Xmrk)^ \  *��^ \v    \!_y .y-'  *-i      - ' .s.*    3* Jt" ���***     ���   **��� * - ���  -''.'.<->r-'.^-i*:^!*.---;:,,���-''--^tp. ;-���:_"���_����� *..��.-��r: -���. ��� '-. ,-,-v\****.:  ���X". -.V_*-^__<___.___._Mlr^_^(____-_^^ ��� -: -,; - -���  Overhead  Branches flaying wildly and working  close to trees on the shoreline, pilot  had to maneuver carefully to avoid  damaging mercury vapor lamps already installed on light poles by Fred  Moore Electrical Services Ltd.  ....  Check iho Yeiiow f oges ynder A_.omotw!e tor iho name oi lha Volbwaflen d^d^noaioiryou/  *.#*�����   dt Jl  ���#>��**. ���*   A 0  rt, #���  ->._���,* _��v. ����� // ^ A-pU^A-Si** * ** *��*.*.*���#*.��� * -* ^-*  Jr-     H**_ **   ��r    *^  ^-   #*.    - ��   *-    P**   ���. ***  *fc -"^*  i*V    i  t t $ % $ �� |B-A^r>-|ki��.>*vA ii*.ii��.**\  j*.^,^^* -^ f*.*.^1^^,*,^^^^^^^^,,^  i,i��P.   f. J*. ffC,   ,  ndW^w**^ **<#*(Mpw_,*^(��,v41,<#(,lrfPt_.  ' -�� -   ##,**. ���*,-���_.  .....J- -  .   ..  / -   .,.,.     I     ^TJ v  1 .       ,     l '���",*���  ,i>i>.,yv^ \*$)\?~i*'     .^wwji^w**.  j  1  *>.  111  Section 8  Wednesday, June 11, 1969  Pages 1-6  Fine weather'...,'    / \  Sunshine. Coast hospitality  greeted gufests to district    N  SUNSHINE and warm hospitality greeted   when another little girl Mift? Laura Camp-  Mrs. Wr A. C. Bennett, wife of .British  Columbia's Premier, -the Hon. Isabel Dawson and cabinet minister's wives, Mrs. R.  ,. Willisfcon, Mrs. F. Richter and Mrs. W.  Black during their visit "to the Sunshine  Coast last Tuesday.' J  Secheit Residential School Band led by  ���j Brother Ed. MacDona'M escorted the visiters to the Legion Hall where over 150  I  ��* .1  k  n  i ��_  Another Pinches  Fishermen crowd around ihe latent  S*lt     *\ l***-\r *-���. ^l��W",vl^   !.N'*.-4-'-.H'i.��-r>     --l-J-v-fV -*V��*/j��   -yT-rt-'iS^ V^V�� ^ i,ts V ��   ���<*.���_��������. * V"'*--'     f S- 'V *, 1* tf*   +U4V     <>^)rj^-*v.    * rfV   >*V*   f��J'l*YlP   "T.^    *����������� ^ V^"*  .-5  Ladies Auxiliary iiieet  hears projects report  REGULAR meeting of the Gibsons Auxiliary to St, Mary's Hospital was held  June 4 at the Welcome Cafe in Gibsons.  The luncheon/ prior to the meeting was  most enjoyable. Mrs. D. Deaton, in the  absence of Mrs. C. Dobell, was chairman,  -A -report was read by Mrs. W. Davis  on the monthly bridge tournaments)  which will be' discontinued for the summer. At the May Tourney, first prize,  donated by Mr. A. Crowhurst, was won  by Mrs, W. Davis; Mrs, D, McVicar, her  1 partner, won as first prize a cheese-board,  donated by Mrs. K. Crosby. Second prizes  were won by Mrs. A. Crowhurst and Mr.  M. Nygren. Miss A. Trett won the door  prize. Mrs. A. Whiting and Mrs. W, Davis,  convenors for the bridge tournaments,  wish to thank those who played and hope  to see them at the bridge games in the  fall.  Mrs, R, Delong reported the refreshment concession at the Kiwanis Bingo  games is profitable and will continue  through the summer months.  The Thrift Shop and Co-ordinating  Council reports were read by Mrs. L.  Mason, who reminded the members to  collect articles for the oddment counter,  as well as clean used clothing,  Because the St. Patrick's Day dinner  -and dance was both a social ami financial success, it was decided to make it  an annual affair. .. ,  Mrs. Deaton adjourned'the meeting  and reminded everyone that the next  .meeting will not be until September 4.  bell sang "Getting to Know You,"  For over'an hour Mrs. Bennett, Hon.  * Isabel Dawson and ministers' wives greeted guests while pianist Mrs. Edna Cal-  bick played a delightful selection of background music. Later Mrs. A. Wagemakers  entertained with 'celio music.  It is estimated that somewhere in the  region of 400 ladies took the opportunity  Guides, Brownies and Leaders under the   to meet Mrs. Bennett and everyone appre-  dh-ection of District Commissioners, Mrs.  Peggy Le Warne and Mrs, Dorothy* Stock-  well, formed a guard, of honor,      '  Before entering the hall, Mrs. Bennett  and her party spoke <to each member of  the Band congratulating -them on their  music and admiring their colorful Indian  dress. Then she turned to the smartly  uniformed Brownies and Guides-, shaking  hands and chatting with each one.' Mrs.  Bennett is an Honoi^-ryiCpQinnssisner.  Before entering the Legion Hall, Mrs.  elated the tremendous amount of work put  into the arrangements, resulting in o very  pleasant afternoon. Seemingly tireless,  Mrs, Bennett insisted on being taken on  a sightseeing tour of Secheit before leaving.  To commemorate the visit, Mrs. Marguerite Christiansen presented the welcome banner, made especially for the occasion to Mrs. Bennett. Ladies from Secheit  Indian Village made a presentation of a  very beautiful hand-woven basket and  crab ea'tch during the Wilson Creek* Bennett reSivedle. ��ge bouquet of red lMrs' Bennett's observation before she left  Children's fishing Derby. Cattglit by; rose-buds from little Indian Princess, Ger- was' "there ****& is a nice bunch of girls  Larry BiChtOr, it was, brother Leo aiding Joe and although ten-year-old Ger- herf'-    _     ^   ,         ..              .    ,.  Who >gOt pinched. Admiring the catch- aldine was a little nervous while waiting , Mts- .Bennett also; made a promise to  are: LeoBaditer, Bicky Wilson, Deb- for the big moment, after a few-words ^turj? formally, accompanied by (the  bit Conroy,* Larry Richter, Nicholas' with un Bennett she clawed her hand g^vg*rJf!LTSri"*?/0utstandmg  eWnmA^'-.^.a-r����-._-t_._i.__.-' t_����u��,.��- and never-left hef side during the whole service from Mr. and Mrs. J<  Simmons, andLyrih-Bullis."  Derby* is"   and never left_ her side during the whole  now-an-annual-everct-and this year a'  Xtemoon. .in fact-Mrs. .Bennett -was-so  ; . Inspection * <    "  Only the crabs were' biting for the  "declares it eligible for entry. Trophy  Wilson Creek Children's Pishing Der-- .will be presented when the fish are a  pie^eating .contest, added' to the fun.  Wine and Cheese party  repeated next October  REGULAR; meeting  of .i^lfmoon ,Bay  Auxiliary^ to St, Mary's Hospital was held  on"June*3~at' the Patio Gardens when the  .drawing -w>s made-'for the��� garden -bench  made and Jdonated,'by Eel* Lanouette. The  delighted '"winner "was "Mrs. * Elsie Julian.  ot ��� Seacrest). near Halfmoon Bay. Mem-      __ w ^  bers received a .report on. the - May Day    tumes" wo'itx'hy. 'the 'eight youngYtadto  stair and thanks were 'expressed "to Mrs.    chosen to serve tea: Nancy* Millier, Evelyn.  Ron Robinson for conyening such, a sue-    Gokool, Cheryl Bracket., Trudi Muehlen-  cessful project.       *���    * .'-->���     kamp, Wilma Mandelkau, lenora JPaull,  The .Auxiliary is to host the Friend- Debbie Baba and Lygia.Martinez,  ship Tea. on: Wednesday, June 18 at the Minister without Portfolio, Hon, Isabel  Welcome Beach Hall from 2-4 p.m.; when Dawson introduced the visitors and Mrs.  the Auxiliary members irom all over the Bennett expressed her-pleasure at being  Peninsula -will have the chance to meet on the Sunshine Coast andxeceiving such  and become acquainted. ���     - -     a wonderful welcome, "The Band is won-  Encouraged- by the -success,  of- their  impressed that she decided -to make Gerr  aldine a granddaughter/      '   y - v  ' Greeting the1 visitors were Sfechelt Ma$*  Queen Cindy Steele- and Job's^ Daughters  Honored Queen Pam Boyes Vfcb presented  corsages.'    -      *  Two officers from Secheit ROMP detachment, in ceremonial dress fttobd 'smartly to attention as Mrs, Bennett?'entered the  Legion. Hall where members of'the Ladies  Auxiliary, Royal' Canadian** Legion, also  stood in line.   -       , ' ,' *  Obviously happy to; ih^et "so; many  young people, 'Mrs. Bennett pausedrto ad-  more the very beautiful,international cos-  Jose Martinez  of Casa Martinez, where the party paused"  for lunch. -    '.,  '   *      ' '  "    A piled'corot of wood measures 4 feet  x'4'ieet hy 8 feet,* *  by, but everyone had fun, except the , bit  more   co-operative;   says" Mr.   ipJ'^^fSWZJ^ sa^es\uot' th?ir **$*>" shtfid *** m^ ^^^ ^l  drabs   Organizer Mr Charlie Brook-    Brookman"                                                lart Wme and Chfeese party, the mem- aldine smiled happily when Mrs. Bennett  mS^S^SL^O^e^SaM   *Br��0kman*                                                  bers are planning' to-hold another on ��aid ^-wouU like to nfi&e'ber a'gmnd-  man inspects, uean uncK s eaten ana                                                  ,  ,           s    October 4,-. -yvhen* dancing will again he daughter" as she, has Jots, of grandsons  included -and only a limited number of but only one real grai^aughter.  II_.VH>s^.gS^^  maim iw  ��@ us  tickets will^ be .available?, Any other ,or-  ganization -'which-vls*"-pllanning'an ��vent  for this, date .is- requested to, telephone  Mrs.-GraceJFtutherford at 835-$S72/Hegal.  ,y6^w^f^in^^^c^F^^^^:  tim&\op ygaKi/Stex- IJwsjrncJudc^ OSX{occa~  ision* "cards;. yx'appln&'&pap&\nhjd ���><&&',  ytoveltieslotid \apyhody. .interested in < any'  of* these '.lines* should   telephone1 JMrs*  Lynne>J&c2erts��n at 895-9706. ' .* ' \  . >\   ;-���: *���*: '���.;:>. i    .   r.,    '  Fine quality items  lo be-auctioned off  AUCTION of many  fine quality items  will. be. held at the, Catholic Church  Hall on" Park Road, Gibsons on June 18  at 1 p.rh.. -  Egyptian jewellery; kitchen utensils;  driftwood and a 1953 set of new Wonder  Books of World Knowledge are some of  the specialities that will be auctioned,  , Donuts and coffee will also be available and a raffle will be held.  ���   There <are usually four beaver kits In  a litter. ,' * '  I-  I  i  |  I  SEiWI&Mj. PQI8T mELWm. TO' HALF MMM SAY  We pick yoii up ot your home. Duol controlled cars.  Small automatics now available.,  Heasonable(Rates - Professional' instruction  Mrs. Bennett's.welcome-was-complete  worn  WmMl����MmiimMMIIMMtIM��t��IIMfMIIM��ISI��fflMlMJmif/lIA  \   .   ^     /      '       I, ��*      F     7  F-   .   - -  V Ml* .  **_*    **.F* -F,  t��B.*v^H*-t.    ^yy-'-^l  /        1,."   .*--'  _��i  moos  v  *  i��8il'jp^l^fefbifi^  And no need to search any farther I  f _0S.6AfrS Ihe f .an's Cloiie  ay, foci  Long dlst-tnce calln cost 20% less! When stores and offices are closed,  you. can ��� phonf .^anyone', In'-North'-���America'- with ������ a ��� 20% ��� ��IvJftg: On-  normal charges ���- and for no more tlmn $1.95 you can maka a  d-mlnulo"call almost anywhere in Canada, slation-io-sla'tiori.'This  puis regular weekly chats with distant frienda nnd Joyed ones; qmoWg  today's outstanding bargains, Enfoy them for all they oro worth 1    ���  B.G*TELf$'  REMEMBER  "is tight here of *  Everything hr your Wardrobo  Smart Men Meet At  ��������� ��� . .. .    i    ���   .**   ���  The HbMse Of Quality  XffliWW'T'  l  *vfl��w��*M''f-f^^p��*��*r^t"'f'^"^e#l6^^?',��w e-*i(*.j-����j *.  ��,B��*tnf*. *^.i����H  .^.^^j. *^1���^B.(j *,*������  -, ^l^*-f(^i*rH.-;it,!��""ifJrt*��(t^*"  ��M'#*t'M*#'^M^W*Tf^**A**',#��,w��1^!* 'ft-ntf ->**. .t* **"> ft* *(ii \ -1 Vf*;^.^W^.f >*i ^^^.isj^r  *,H*-  111  .f *- , w-"^ ^^jl -"-   ,- ,,  T~. .f *'>T ���* '  \ i 1    ',  ^.^ _���*4,_4,.*. * _* *.._., i.,,,.  ' _* f*1 v* '*f ,-*~   Ct'i  't,v - ��� ���*���** +��� t** *?- * ** . *** ****  '.<>_.  yY  >>*Vw  ^vfif-->"(rvv(*   / * t - 0 ���   *. -"���    ,*' . "-* "*'*��� " y  >'*"��� ' '    '*" "Y ^  ',3!3��rsri!-y''5rtrt��f"3K^^ �����*vv-y^.^��*i*_w.,  ,_'.-* j   i.     *        -**" *.     r jwifc/  "If  '<?...  ;?*���  .-*  '*���*.  _,-*'���'*  1  f��*  IHErjE_MNSUIi&  j .*'/ may be wrotig\ but I shall not be so wrong as to fall to say what I believe to be right."  1 v ..    "* , * *���John Atkins  ��� MM-  Douglas G.. Wobbler, Editor i��� Stewart B. AtscARD, Publisher  mmunwim. u_ ui>i_iiiutiiuuM_��u_wu-.i-_--U��n-wm>u_��-ii-Muiui-U  _�� (. o-  immim��Mjimi-  'ALTHOUGH no election date has yet   tion very ntuch that he has enhanced his  been announced there remains little    party, in any wdy. '"        ''       \  doubt it is but a question of time before  such an announcement is made In, the  meantime, members of the * opposition  and more specifically, the two'opposition leaders, Messrs. McGeer and Berger, appear.to have already shot into  campaign gear.  Each and every day an eager news  media, obviously desperate for news, laps  up thd' most astounding' drivel and in  turn spews it upon what is evidently considered to be a gullible viewing or reading public.      _  - Wizo the Magician, the so styled next  Premier of the Province, has, it would  seem, an amazing instant formula for the  creation of a socialistic Shangr-La. Here  is a person who has a solution for all  Intelligence invariably prevails and  we have no doubt that by this time the  voting.public is well aware that a vaudeville show is being played out to the bitter end despite a diminishing audience.  It is sufficient tos note that wherever  trouble breaks out, industrial strikes,  teachers strikes* hdst&WOmen protesting  lobd costs, instant brutality���fear not the  boys are there adding their support,  "twisting the knife, blame it all on the  Socreds they are easy meat.  What a pitiful situation, they offer  the cure all - end all for just about every  problem and imaginary problem in the  legislative book. "Turn over the Liquor  Control Board to private enterprise,"  shouts Berger. A strange statement from  our political ailments, at least he is ex- the leader of a party which so ardently  tremely vociferous in his daily condem- supports.state control. "I will close down  ___'_*   -**������-- - ���          -��-���     industrial operations. if they don't toe  nation of the present system, we therefore assume he has the solutions even  though we have yet to hear them. '*  One Of the rather puzzling aspects of  the whole situation is that according to  both Berger and McGeer, one would assume the present Socred Government is  comprised of Ministers who are completely incompetent, almost, to the verge  of criminality. If such is indeed the case,  then what would seem to be the prize  winning question is: how come the province is not classed as a disaster area?  Average salaries in B.C. are I among  the highest in the country. Cost of living  is naturally higher, in some respects, but  proportionately we are still better off.  The province is one of the most progressive and prosperous in the country*and  there is no legitimate reason to expect it  to change under the present government.  Which is all extremely mystifying jf one  is to pay any serious attention, to our two  would-be Premiers.  For the Liberals it is fair to say they  could, if elected, provide a steady stable  government. Unfortunately, their elected  leader has chosen to be a running mate  to Berger, and while riding the "tear it  down" bandwagon, he does temper his  campaign of discreditation .with-a little  more restraint.   Nevertheless, we ques-  industrial operations. if they  the line,'* * he cries, regardless of the  "thousands who would.be put out of work  in the process. "The ladies have a right  to protest the rising food prices"; another gem, particularly when it is considered  that wage demands elsewhere are bound  to force up the overall cost of living. It  would therefore appear that while wages,  material, freight and farm products are   wri^ i ' jri-i _  *  _   -..__��.���,**;  spiralling  in   cost,  the  producer   and   jJfOieti  UlflSOIiS CBXVQt  manufacturer is expected to keep his  prices down. *-  It would be interesting to learn just  how many of the women protesting food  costs have also taken part in protests on  behalf of their husbands who have been  involved in wage increase,demands.  Needless to say, both Berger and McGeer were there adding oil to the fires.  Political promises are old hat and  no government or party fails to produce  lots of them during an election, but the  public no longer falls for such claptrap,  a fact made very clear during the last  federal election when Paul St. Pierre topped the polls in the Chilcotin area by  stating categorically that he would make  no promises. On this premise alone,  those of us who look to continuous progress may rest assured, ,we have no worries whatsoever.  'Too conld probably make a deal wilh.Sechelt Mayor, I think that they, still use them."  . ��� 'F>-  Page~B?__,V>    The Peninsula Times  YY Wednesday, June,. 11,1,1969  Pender HMhmes  <   .   *.      '*���**-*���<  ���.-*-,���..  ' .  . -Y. -  1      , '���,f>y Karen DombroSki  . GRADUATION was a -big ^success. The  girls were in long flowing gowns, while  ,the boys "were dressed-in their beiit "suits  and ties."- The parents wete invited and  they 6hjoyed.( a cold supper of salmon and  potato.salad, The theme-was*nautical,  with cardboard shaped like the sea; and it  had- pictures of whales 'and anerinaid_s  hand-'pamted'by .the art class. The guest  speaker was Bev, Jenks who gave graduates some TVords of wisdom, - A dance fOl!-  loWed with a -band- called "The Wicked  Orange." It> appeared that most of the  students who -rook part, enjoyed themselves.   ' y  The Jdnior and Senior boys and girls  baseliali teams went to Powell Biver oh  Wednesday. We lost both gapies, but had  fun? We stopped off at a ���* psfrk.jwith a  Dairy Queeh-ahd there had supper, We  .^hen headed home after having, an enjoyable day.        * '        ,  "Both the Seniors and ,Juniors who  wanted to, ,weht swimming ahd water-  skiing ut> at Kathleetta Lake. Cost was  25c,'i'thanks totKe^Falconbridges for  devotingtheir time, boat and cold drinks,  for making the trip a success.  y Sayihg for the week, "Three Things":  Three things there are that will never  come back;  The arrow shot forth on its destined track;  The appointed hour that could not wait;  And -the helpful; word that was spoken  too late,  ���"-from the Persian.  Paraphrased by L.U.  Ps����tcB��fe Iimw ����isfi*& __M��fM  passes suddenly at 80  MANY people will mourn the ^sudden  passing of Mr, Alex Znotin of .Gibsons who died on June 4. Renowned locally for his exquisite wood-carvings and  painting, Mr.. JSnotin, was born eighty  years ago in Russia,  He spent his youth on the Baltic Coast  and worked under sail.In World War'l  he was in command of a* vessel of the  Czar's Navy, In the mid-lS.20's Mr. Znot-~  in came to Canada *and after a brief spell  in Eastern Canada settled in Vancouver  where he worked on coastal steamers  before turning to fishing. For many years  he lived on Gambler Island "but retired  in Gibsons some' years ago.  Well loved, by ^.oung and old, Mr.  Znotin was; a gentle,-\ patient man . c-t  great courtesy. Less than*' two months  ago he celebrated .his. 80th birthday with,  great happiness amongst friends.  WHETHER we like it or not it ".would   caution should be exercised, for we have    'Fletcliet'S Philosophy  seem industry is to be barred from   the potential to reap a great tourist har-   ���'-  ,,   ��� , , r   . ..*..:   the Secheit district and evetyflung kept   vest. Open tthe doors md^riminately  nice, clean and peaceful regardless of *  -our ever -increasing youth who.^will be  forced to leave their home community in  order to seek employment elsewhere.  There have been times when concern  has been expressed regarding lack of  industry to both supply employment and  bolster the economy of the area. It would,  therefore, appear strange that the moment plans are launched to establish  some such enterprise, cries of woe rent  the air and the inevitable protests are  registered.  Plans to establish a gravel pit at East  Porpoise Bay with a conveyor system  under the highway and out to pilings off  the Indian reserve resulted in many and  varied objections. A second location in  Porpoise Bay raised similar objections  from a group of part time residents. Talk  of a small mill at West Secheit has had a  similar effect, and so it goes on, the  protests arc registered and invariably the  proposed projects fail to materialize.  While wo as yet have little to offer  tourists, this is an industry with a tremendous potential, it is also a business  which is generally welcomed and wc have  no doubts that in time Secheit will take  its place among the tourist meccas of  the world. However, there are also those  among us who object to any change, even  a few facilities for visitors lo the area.  Superficially this is a sorry situation  for it holds back progress and permits  those Who find it desirabje to close them-  kclvcB off in their little edecooh to do so  k the expense of others. j  i There is, however, another side to the  picture which is .that $ome justification  exists for the recent objections to indus- ,  Jrial enterprise-, such as gravel pits. In  this erase, residential property owners  jniglit possibly be affected and, certainly,  f-Vciyoi-o luta iiio righl io project his  Investment bo it home or land. There ii*  filso the question of warding off further  fouling of' beaches' and waters. Cbrisc-  lltKjntly, at this time, paying the way for  a few mediocre* jobs. coMd easily spell  jruin to otir chances later Of cashing in on  the far more lucrative tourist industry.  Wo have warned in tit�� past that  While some means of boosting the economy of the area is badly, needed, extreme  Published Wednesdays at SwiicU  on B.C'n Sunshine Coast  hy         Scchclt Peninsula Tlnica Ltd.  Box 310 �� Sectatt, B.C.      '  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S. B. AUptaf, Publisher  Siibf��<tJption Eatis; (In advanci.) .'  t Year, $5,-2 Years, $9* 3 Y��mt,$.3 .  133. and Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Part Mellon to Egmant  '(ttowit Sound fo fervlt Intel)  to industry and that potential will be .  gone for all time.       * ,. * '*       _1   .  * We have every confidence that once  council gets off the ground with present  waterfront and beach development plans,  private interests will provide the facilities presendy lacking. This in turn will  provide far more jobs than any quarry  project.  ���by Lcta Hanncy  It was never said tliat we shall bo  Safe and secluded on Life's rough sea.  We must travel on... explore the deep���.  And our tryst with tho highest mountains* keep.  We must learn as we go, and sometimes bend  low  To find the truth in another's belief.  For each has his God-given right to play  The part in life that is his today.  And \o play it well���make life worthwhile  There is always room, somewhere, for a 6milc  Or a friendly word lo lessen the load  For one who is nearing the cruel of the rdad.  To know, as wc travel on land and eea...  Tilings, are never ns dark as they eecnuto lie.  .     . r-HanyW.Hetchtt  DISSOLUTION ')  My -wife, Wess her bustle, has finally flipped*, ,  which'isn't Because her best china got chipped}  Nor does it involve why the neighbor's a snob  Or how I was recently fired from my job.  Such minor disasters as earthquakes and me    '  She takes in her stride, as expected to be;  But stuff like the laundry one wouldn't expect  To unhinge her reason 'til totally wrecked.  Yet somehow my shirts and my shorts (it's so  weird)  With sheets, by the dozen have all disappeared.  Since hone have been stolen or merely mis-  jplaccd  She cracked under' strain of confusion she  faced.  Before she passed out I discovered a clue  To what makes our' women look somewhat  askew:  It seems the commercials on TV each night  Iasistcd her laundry just had to bo white.  And not only white but whiter by far  Than wind-Wriven show or the bright polar star.  She tried new detergents., each out-did the rest,  Still the sheets and> the shirts got whiter cich  test.  The washing which shbnc in a shimmering  glare  Got whiter and brighter and lighter than air.  So this solved the purrle 1 feared would defeat  me���     '  1 The wash got so white that it vanished completely!  Generous support ---  Editor, The Time^ ..';*.' . ,k ."  . SirT^n behalf., tof - L. AY members. ,an'd  Girl- Guides"may I-take- this, opportunity  to thank .the people bf Pender Harbour  area for their kind and generous support  during this past year.  Also to thank the Peninsula Times for  excellent coverage Of our events.  MRS. M. HARRIS,  Secretary;  Pender Harbour L.A. to Girl Guides.  Many helpers  Editor, Tbe Times   - '    I  Sir���Pender Harbour May Day Com-  ���*n_ittee would like to express sincere appreciation to all who by donations, Jabor  and other (assistance helped make the May  Day event such an outstanding success,  A special word of thanks to businesses and  organizations, clubs, etc., for financial 'assistance. Space makes it impossible to  thank each and every one so to everyone  "Thanks." THE COMMITTEE.  Appreciation���A tost art  I WAS very surprised to hear at a recent  meeting that Some * Suhshine , Coast  feosident?-.criticised- ^he--locatinrt'rt---.the  proposed Recreational Complex after surveys showed that it should be in the  Roberts Creek area, adjoining the golf  course.  I believe I am correct when I say that  few residents of the Sunshine Coast  would be more than twenty five to thirty  miles away and the great majority would  be less than half that distance.  Appreciation should be on the lips of  all even for the thought of something  worth while and the same apDlies to the  Golf Club, the Churches, the Hospital,  Ambulance Services, Post Offices Stores,  Medical -Clinics, or wbat;have-j*ou?    . -  -    Personally,' most of. the many years -I  * hav^ "played;golf, I,have Had. to'-driv^  Jtwenty-five * miles thrpugh heavyr\ti_affic  to 'get ���to -the/course.. Recently, "inFVhitdr.-  ia, I drove* with my. granddaughter about  twenty five-miles''for'her'to play baseball. ~Ih -Eastern  Ontario  and. dhythe  Prairies where'I have' been,* the people  Were forty to fifty miles from hospital,",  ambulance service, golf club and often*  the store and post office. They had to.  contend with snowy roads, flooded roads,"  jgumbo roads*and trails. "t    y  It seems" a lost art to express appre***  elation for the excellent facilities which  we have on, the Sunshine Coast and^il'is  one area whether you live in the center  or at either end. An, hour's drive 4 will'  practically get you' anywhere. Many .^laces, in Canada are not so fortunate~*and-  you don't have to go to the Yukon, Labrador or Newfoundland- to find1 that.out.  I say���how fortunate we are.      ��� *v  y_  -    .    ' CANON MINTO SWAN  .asasKSswasasaisasssBiiw^^  Doctor of" Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vortcouve'r, B.C."  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, nize potential, _md know _i'good thing'.by private.capital.   *'.'-.
when you see it, then* you're goi^.up into . *Ov$& $r*y back to Terrace, you.must
this country and stake *• claim on i>ro)H stop* & ^^1 Hotsprihgs .for a" steam
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, Which country?   Why, Highway  IS 'supplied,hy. wpre .than 150,000.gallons a
west' fr9m -bbonunjr. Prince 'Geofge  to day,, ^n^'.'Iliose.'who knowt'_.pa's say this
Prince Hupert, both, gateways to'the oiorth' is .the.'fihest'jii Pdriacla'* WhVs to'argue;
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drive" the 470 miles" slowly and' serenely, tjhe ^lUkley'v/ith, or rather, its disappear-
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bit, and'talk "to rfolksY and forget' abpitt"
becoming <me,of *tho& 'millionaire 'fellows
yotf'Wattajfc^-at'in^lick-m^gdzihes.'   ' "' "
. Y$~y& ^,'to j»it',the road,',so^ le't's
choose £rince 'George to start f rom*.. a city
River, foe'smafl friendly village, ihe'peo-
gte^ihg fishing. _ w- v (-. -. _ 7 .Y-'   /
:. St-^lhedding in th£ Kispiox ia the fall
is world] feraohS^-ant^-Jt's'-got^he-record
, fish to prove-it^-and^the hotel and motels
surrounded* by pineland 'to, 'ihe-'-hdrizo-W,   are, jamnfied'with Athericins, findstly Jtvom
some farms, a lot 6t -new s«johdary'T industry,' pulp'and ,p*iper niilisy and a
growth projection of 50,000 people. *. "\
- ;Head, west,' The-first few, niiles may'
be a .little wearisome,' what .with .all that
pine, forest; so we'll talk. People call thi*.
the north, ,but it actually/is, about dead
center' in British Columbia". It's been
around a l6hg'v4ime-^-th'e "Hudson's Bay-
Company had .posts along here back ,in
the      *""
wrote      ,rf ^
way, FJUSt afi ^HoSe pines %r company.
Sowewri'if'iiiight have been-all.that. dried
salmon anil hp'megrowhVa^bage^ \hat got
him dowh/fo,1 that keem%d''to*be-his diet.
The country has been a*long time coming
into its own, although there has been the
Canadian JjSTatibnal .Railway;_ through to
Rupert for 35 years, but things are looming along nicely .now.     '
Roads are' improving, and 'being extended north and Sputh'into the lake country. A lot of new people moving in. The
Pacific Great' fiasterh .'Railway* is being
extended hell-and-gone up abpve Fort
St. John!-' '-iJ-s:,/ .......   i,"    !   '
,   More big industry coming in, more
jop£g^thor^1n<meyy Stability,     i c ■" r.
Okay, we're at Vanderhoof, where the
Cahfomia. ;They toxow ft good tjiihgwhen
they.jsee'it.","*;.. ■■: *-_./*,:"-, ,-, ■ ■
-■;-FBe>'8Ure -to-visit-"the?;S}teeria Treasure
House Museum -at Old 'Hazeltori;' and take
the side roEld to I&tw&rfga.'whfei-e a row of
6'Si fatem^p&leS' stands, off-the road,. Ask
fotf directions,4-because: tHey're\dlfficult to
findi'iTh^' ma>''disappoint youf"as* they
arb' unkem^ahd liotting.' 'Just the same,
they'are the ohly ohe_.-Df-.helr kind.- The
On*."ahd bhly.' Gofitjttue'-dtt^and'tl-e Harris, tvlndih'g/ gravel* _?oad'-wilfeventually
gettyou,,t>aek. bi:the.rriiaih*highway <at
Cedarvill^. It's^sfdfe trip!nhat few take;
-" ;Ahd"'$o1 af jthf |uVsmks-ihfo ttie west,
we amve-in^Bhce^Rupert/wesiern ter-'
rninus.of,.the railroad'^ttd-'highw^ty. 'Next
{HoK'Ala's^ by Aniericah ierryjf you go
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Born, in a Volkswagen   -    .     -  ' ">  * -
Born  in- -a ^Volkswagen " •-•beetle;"'"* ing 'to the - company!**. %nilos.   The
Ratherine.-fcahel'3Thomas^ t[jiaIiEos,~ photo* showj/'Mr'sr.'ThOiiias   wM
,_. ,   . .. , -     -.- «,- -     fora$100rCan_iaa;Savtegs;BQlia:fro_n' ;,Katie" * heside -ttie' Volkswagen in
op'eptive eahngry af-R^eri; Take a-fiight   the autonri^k^:' .D^ughtor^f Mr; 'aM „ which she gaVe .btrtK to -thfe;bahy uh-
fo'the.Queen ,<Charl6ttes.j Fish for Tommy   Mrs. David H: THomas;oi.*453Q '.West' attended.. The car;was*uparked in
cod ofif^ithe Hock. 'Enjoy -yourself.
It's been' si longLtrjp, ajr»d a. rewarding
one, tand<there; is-so-mubh' mo"rev to'*see
-th_in:w^could'!!_ell-you "Herel "But1 that's
Trj/HaJP touj^^ih&nhitioh- cehteri, are for."
Every immunity has oherarid.thi_*y know
_»rl**-.+-_r»„<«f^'f»«4>''    i*l»i«_K«*y_.  *__^_>__i   «^_m. __. J iU.  l.»_<,_^    __.-__.__.___.  ■*
llih, yanC0ju\rer;,the'.i)ahy/was.l3fom front of-Grace Hospital as'her hus-
in .the front, passenger; seat oC'^ie. band'sought assistance jit'.the emer*
compa-e't'caf,* at * *47a.m. -last". GhrasK
mas. * Since \the/ bond^or-VVVr-jbgil.ies
going getsjiiftter^ting: 'Jttsi'Cbusy.'settler. . what^s-wfiat; i?/her& hew road& have open
-   -     -    - ' ed.'up new country, andwhere arneiv
resort; has started, and how to get into the
volcanic valley north of Terrace, iahd special boat trips out of Prince Rupert, and
where the salmon are biting, and a thousand and one other things. And don't, repeat,-don't, miss the Indian museum, at
Bupert-'r^lt is-<a> wonder!     - . ,
• Ppr trio>e'who life to 'plan ahead, in-
stejld pf ahticiiJating accommodation^ don't
forget''y'our*-hook,on, restaurants,' hotels,
motels and resorts, 'where?-to buy a bottle
of whiskey,.wliere to,,j?erit a boat,-how-to
hire a guide,, when'the ferries run,"where
to find moose steak in3 season. -    . "
~"' This'Britlsli'-eoluttibih^ Tourist T>irec- *
tory is updated every year and is a marvel*
for ihformation that is accurate, and that's
what you want. Just ask for "the green
tuodk"" iand" the' tourist''people wM know
what you want. "And it's'free.
ment, mostly lumbering, and south is the
wild range and mountain country made
famous by Rich Hobson in his best seller,
"Grass Beyond the Mountains." Roads of
a sort and trails of a type lead south, but
beware, take care, and have a four-wheel
drive. North, over a new highway, is the
town of Port St. James, site of 'the old
Bay fort a dilapidated collection of old
log buildings that are going to be restored
It's interesting to wander around, but
more profitable to visualize what it all
will be like when restored.
If you feel like exploring, you can
drive about 100 miles further north oh a.,
so-so road, past Germanson's Landing and ~
up into the Swannell Range where few
tourists ever go. Check first with the
Moupties on the road, and what you intend to dot And watch those "daily 'fish
limits! :    -     Y.   V ,      ' "      "
' So we're, back oh Highway 16, Westward Ho, the wagons! Pra-ser I«ike next,
once near i fort but now an" instant town
near the site of the giant Endako moly.
mine employing'hundreds of new northerners.      •. *. .j^y^     .*-'-*     f *..
program started-in 4964 -120 awards
have been made in.the U.S.A: ,bjit this
__*~-the- iirst-€me-a--__frit_shr Golttmhia
birth has been documented accord-
gency entrance. Mi*.' Thojnas is a
librarian at UBC. The* couple have
been married 12' years and'have one
other child, Arthur, 2. Mrs. Thomas
said the birth-was not-a-difficult one.-
Secheit News Notes
Elphinstone student
, |o hold diie-maii show
.    Then, 80 miles further, - Burns' Lake,,   V-V-noA* '■LJ*&I'U"X£L&'4 '*ii* -^I'ii1''
where'gmVel roads go north and south'to - CLINT,Booth, 18,>son of Mr. and Mrs,
the big'lakes of this interior' country—
sausage-shaped Babine Lake with;its famous trout fishing and its: great moose
hunting in ihe fall, and to the south, Pran-
cois and Ootsa Lakes, and a myriad of
connectingf lakes 'and 'streams, -a' really
back-of-beyond country,
If you're a rockhuhter, there are stories "
of   tremendous   finds   of , semi-precioiis
stones and gems in this area'.   Perhaps
you can pick up a tip or'so around town.
From Buiras Lake, you could charter
an aircraft, point to a 'lake on the map,
say "There" and probably land where
no white man had ever been before. Ever
wanted to b|ay Columbus for a day?      <
Between Burns Lake' and Smithers, as
the   road  angles  northwest,   dozens  of
streams cross the highway, and the fishing is good, so drop a fly or worm ahd
catch your supper.  And I don't say *th.s
just to make conversation.  I've done it.
Beyond Smithers, In the Bull-ley Canyon, the Indians -spear' migrating salmon
in September and October. Perched precariously, I watched a youth snick out
four 5-pouhders* in* 20- minutes, using* a
wrist motion to launch his spear that was
beautiful  to  watch   Four  Indian girls
watched his every move from the. rocks
above and madly cheered him on, just as
if he was the star quarterback at high
school. At the end, a dozen tourists wero
cheering too os he landed a final whopper;
Terrace next, busy as a beaver, h*-v«st
logging-lumber complex,about it^one pf
the fastest-growing cities Ih tlleipr^vihop.'
Take a day off, and visit the giant relodd
operations of Columbia Cellulose.  Drive
Brnfe-Booth.'bf Secheit "and'&'"Grade
, 12 student at Elphinsidnehas1 the honour
of being the youngest artist to iriount his,
own one-man show in the" Arts Council
Gallery at Secheit,-now'in its third year
of operation. '
* As befits a young .aptisfc exposed to
contemporary -kaleidoscopic life, his work
covers a variety of media and style. Poster art, in (today's, cheerful colours in
paint, flet pen, house paint, or copolymer
plastic. Silk-screen prints, a modern1 interpretation, inspired - by traditional'
equestrian statues; as well as landscapes
and sea-scapes in' oils, which "will delight
the hearts of the older generation.
This is a Happy collection of paintings, alive with the vibrant optimism of
youth. Clint plans to attend the Vancouver School of-Art next year and we
look forward to seeing more of his work.
The paintings' are on' display from June
10 to 211 th<? Gallery is open from 10 a.m.
,to 4 p.m., and closed (Monday,
The Arts Council Gallery Shop finds
itself * in - need > of public* -support* ■ to -enable
it to carry on serving the community by
providing  a showcase  for  local  talent.
Due to  bad  weather  the Gallery  was
closed In January, thus starting the year
with a slight deficit of $70.00.
'.':/-j;^W^e^..'Gall^ry;, Coi^mitt56fe.' announces
wha| rpay become > an * atihual appeal for
support, Instead of small'monthly raffles
■i ':,^tltl8,''^ear rn\ siiinmW^Hwv^i i^ith^lufce
p-rlzcs. These^^'liaijdsdmfe handed agate
Ijookierids, made by Jvirs. M Ritchie *of
D#li| Bay; a' charthi# ;wfl^ colvmbino
SUMMER fund raising activities are well
* underway- and oh Thursday, "June 12,
Secheit Hospital Auxiliary- will hold the
Annual Luncheon in Secheit Legion Hall,
Commencing at 11 a.m. the luncheon continues through until 1,:30 p.m., leaving
ample time for- Thursday shoppers to
catch the regular shoppers' bus.
] On Friday, June 20, a Garden Party
will be "held in the very lovely "garden" of
Mr. and Mrs. Curly Lucken at Davis Bay,
from 2-4 p.m. Sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary to Royal Canadian Legion
Branch 140, proceeds will'go towards the
Bursary Fund for a student graduating
from Elphinstone Secondary School. If
the weather should happen to be inclement, *he parjy will be held in Secheit
Legion HalL
''•»rEnj_»ymg'-arcru_se to Skagway*'aboard'
(the princess Patricia were * local ladies,
tJ-fesdames Boggust, McLeod Sr., Dowling,
RbbBrts' and McLeod Jr., At ^Wrangell,
Alaska, one of *the ports of call, the school
band met the cruise ship to welcome the
visitors. The travellers report that everywhere they stopped, the towns people
ihade them welcome. They also enjoyed
following the famous "Trail of Ninety-
•Mrs. E. C. Montgomery attended the
25th reunion of class 1944, of Vancouver
General Hospital. -Everyone enjoyed renewing old friendships.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Gregory
oyer the weekend were son-in-law and
daughter Keith and Joyce Russell with
their three sons, Rick, John and Ted from
New Westminster, B.C.
Spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Whaites are daughter Mrs.
Germaine Fletcher accompanied by her
four children from Fort St. John.
Welcome to Secheit, Frank and Gwen
Havies and their ifcwo children, Frankie 12
years and Gwenda 11 years. The family
have taken up residence in the Lang Block
in Secheit Coming here from Vancouver,
Frank and Gwen are the son and daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Havies
Sr., of Davis Bay,
Last Wednesday was a "blue washday"
for Mrs. __>ianne Eberle, ^hilist hanging
' "out-the'clothes; /fche^line brokejand Dianne
- felt about ten feel;, onto concrete footings
iresultlngr in a broken wrist and' almost a
-broken ankle.' Also suffering a severely
scraped side, Mrs. Eberle Is recovering in
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Hd, of Jervis |nlet
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8:00 a.m.
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Gibsons & Secheit
Hd, of Jervis Inlet
(all points northbound)
Secheit     '       '
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pibsons - Vancouver
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■Hd. Jervis Inlet
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Gibsons - Vancouver
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Daily flight to Nanaimo by Tyee Airways of Secheit starts this weekend. Operator Al Campbell tells The Times he
has already had indications of considerable interest in the new service and extends sincere thanks to the various organizations and individuals who supported his
application. Terminal at JNTanaimo will be
the Malaspino Hotel at which an office
will be established shortly.
Vancouver z^±
Hd. Jervis Inlet
J2:00 'p.m.
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Pender Horbour includes pender areay Thormanby Is. & Secret Cove.
Special Excursion JFdre.V in Sumrner months—Phone for further info.
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Children Vz fore when accompanied by an adult.
Box 640 - Secheit 805-2214 Vancouver 685-4922
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head of Dougtos Channel and W^g    Cro^Wh'of Pbifeifi^BflVi firid^ useful
smell of the salt tang. Take a conducted
tour of the astonishingly large Aluminum
Company of Canada smeller, the reason
for this instant city's existence. As* you
go through, remember tbat'thl*** plant-city"
giant was the largest financial and engi-
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I lb, halibut filets, frc-h or frown, cut In 2" cubes
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% cup drained, conned chunk stylo tuna       '
chopped chives for garnish
Chop   half   the   water   chestnuts;   slice   remaining   half,   ond   retervt   each
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«('I!V*|*W(« **VT*^.^«»J*i««^^^r#V'^^ ���F>X.  *'*/.  V*1*  Y*.    YY   i- " ��� '  */#  *rf  at.  . ��  y__.  ��Y  ,.  V  H  , ,M  at/some: of the, areas ,o�� progress in t__e  province of British Columbia. ' ' , ' '  * "Considering the mountainous tejifcin  of the province road* access had always  been it'difficult"pioblenu However, British Columbia now possesses many miles;  of sviraping "black-topped highways, a  ;railway steadily pushing northward, and  'a modernjQeel of ferries connecting many  points formerly virtually, inaccessible.  Prpvidingroad access brought the miners searching and developing areas that,  had*been unreachable" formerly.   Today  British Columbia has one of the fastest.  growingj mining"industries* on the continent..  ��� This access brought the loggers, saw-  . mills and other wood'plants into regions  that, could previously only  be  viewed  "'fiom the air. It was the means of estab-  Jishing a ��tunt>er of. pulp mills until to-  ) day we are recognized for pulp productio__  around the world. , _-    ,    *    .  - Access brought a brand new industry  11 to our province, known today as tbe tour-  ��� 1st industry.  It brought campers, fishermen, hxinters and "sightseers pouring an  ever . increasing amount of dollars .into  the pockets of British Columbians, topping  the $300 million mark last year.  Access has and is doing much to develop our province and, without question,  ' is a prime necessity* but other items are  also, necessary and at -the top of that list  is power.  Without power, our manufac-  \ >turing plants could not function, our  mines could not operate, in fact, with today's technological industrial approach, it"  too "was a prime necessity.'  The excelIertt*performaiiee of our economy is due, in part, to the educational  attainment of our labor force, which is  the highest in Canada. The education system, therefore, plays an important and  vital role in the growth of the province.  Because of this^ your" government has not  only greatly enlarged the range of'educational services, but also the required financial support. *     ...  The establishment of the British Columbia Institute of Technology, the setting up of the provincial vocational  schools, the introduction of regional colleges, the expansion of our universities,  and the encouragement of adult education  reflect the extended depth of the system.  Concern for the health and welfare of  British Columbia residents has always  been of great importance to your__adm_n-  istration.  Today we can boast of over 80 public  health centers situated throughout the  province, with mental health colters in  many urban centers.  In doing away with -the premium system in 1954 for hospital insurance, we  have taken a step forward, in hospital  financing.        '     . .     *   - " Y *  . * Owing to our government's eEtorts in.  ' establishing a medical" plan, to" aisure^  that everyone who wished to have medical coverage could do so, we were one  of the first provinces to quality under  the Canada Medical Care Act, effective  last July 1. As the same time, I must  point out that not all benefits offered  under the province's comprehensive voluntary medical plan are shared by the  Government of Canada.  Progress is never stagnant, and I know  that this progress will continue and move  forward all the time with the growth of  public services and continuing programs  for the better development of our wonderful province.  Vh  -..���:7"_  ���$**^  Milers  to tack]  Roberts.Creek sports'day last JFriday  vjkhiA,��� <���  r*.*_',*wti��ww     _tJa  Ltff*_LjtfJL^flLJRXl.,i ll__JBX_M____urU-So   ,   -y   ���  m  THE'im^CENSEJD ;i4,-year-,old' had _TNo.*3V^<>^>^n^lJlelb?.the initia-;_ ." ||;  taken,the car- without hisifather>s $er: _*tionbi the.first teen'jury*,in th$4 state.' , |,y,  ���tnission.* -He was' fcbarged with racing , *'"it��s a good chance, to, show how .a  through.seyeral red lights and hitting a jury operates and, teach/responsibility,  speea of 115 milesf an hour., .' ,v ; y , you'd be surprised at,the shabby excuses  'The jury debated its-decision, for an fesponsitye citizens give not to serve-  hour and a-half. In the final analysis * they're worried about their creature com-  the TOrdurt, was'guilty and. the' punish- . forts or they don't want to get involved."  5��en���__r'KS     *   . <    " - VY- f" *-   j *  '_. J Mo$t defendants .take'the punishment-  *^^^;Was i�� T"11,^ a< ^"^ -v *ather than the fine, according to Judge  t^Tihlfl ?& B^\}l^f%S& -Armstrong. At for-the rigor, "many would -  Jvt^^fi?**** meht ** *5e ,"2*    rather be horsewhipped than write a  51X2? F ^em^Lgency^d0f'Se    theme," he says. >  fl^��&     "V^lL* XTct w?��        *h4 Fort Worth .teenage jury is one  afternoon curving resits otjxamc coiinty Youth Council is involved^ The  ^tw6'^^ ^ ?**&Sm-t , council ismadeup of high-school students  ��L??���1 rgJ?a*1^^? ***? lus aca*-' J to tte-^ea ^^ ^ ^ cited by the  T?ZT��* ^ 7* * Ll*. *'�� Texas Law Enforcement and Youth De-  ^n a~ ^f ^ m ^^ ��l %8 velopment Foundation as one of the state's  oTcotT^c^ef^^h^or^s: outstanding youth gronp,. , ,  The fines for all his violations would have  i%2L&��2����J33�� Uphold law and order says local Witness  are from left: Terry Blomgren, Sam "JEHOVAH'S ���!?^7^��&**^  Evans,   kobert  Herron  and  John .   "ph?lilaw^ ?^ ��^,?���J^:  rshZtZ ii/r~7��whX~ ^yX^^_+ �����_��*_- ing Hack of respect for authority," mxxrted  Phare. Mammonjac^to^tttspq^te lV wmich i^ piesiding ___i_-i_S, He  day to _m end _md affile^disapijoiat*; was ^ej^g to the lecture, "Law and  ^^^^^^iS?1^^ V**:-���**  ^J^"  tff^d.ter    SaiurlaJ^e'^e^^nZg^k"'^^  no inter-scbool sports this year,.so Launer Saumur of Toronto, at Jehovah's   mn not engager student rebellion* as  South America where there is a greater*  need for trained Bible educators. Many of  these will-settle in the province of -Quebec.        , t -  Among the 27 new ministers' baptized  winners will not have a chance to  compete y0h * tougher competition  cost in the hundreds.   \,      .-,    , y  -*  . Teen-age juries in Texas, now number.  60^ more thaii 'all other states combined.  Each is ex-officio, and the defendant  -keeps all of his legal rights, sometimes  choosing to pay the fine rathet* ~iban accept the recommended punishment He  may also appeal a decision.        '    . y>  Teen-age juries in Texasjhad their starts  in Fort Worth just three years ago. .They  \are used ozuyi for trials of 14-17-year-olds.  if  1   .  i:  I ��� -  i  ;*-.  * ���_.  ft  \  ,m*m^.  1__>  \.  **          -  *^_  **  * ^  i *  ���  *   .  . '   .  N  f'>  "*���   *p��-  s    ���  *���  -      *  ���'\  *  1  r _p  '   _  it  *  1  r  ���*  (  i  Witnesses' convention last weekend. .: they ^^ dedicated their Hv^s,t<i uphold' Mbst^��Wve"��iffic ^tetfom rX  Closed circuit television was needed to Bible principle* one of which is to u&i SSSSa^S&^tewoS  accommodate the overflow crowd ^fim law and order,- said Willich. ,-P. SglS^^n-^th^S  "We advocate that law; and order be Next convention to be hfcSd by -Jeho- adults, officials find. In only a few cases  motivated out of love" of what'is fright,*." vah's' Witnesses! ��� will be an eight-day, in- have judges overturned th��.ir jury's de-  said Saumur. '"Those who do right anljr ternational assembly in July. It will be cision. . ��� " " / * ,  out of fear can eventually follow their in- the largest convention ever held" in the 31ESPOHSIBIHTY SOUGHT " "  riennost desireand join the law brea^ers."^ North-West with^a daily attendanceex- ��The beauty of "the thing is that so  It was aclso learned that about 9$ ministers attending the assembly are planning  to move -this'summer to areas in North and  pected to exceed ,35,000.   "-*������"   Riot: Crowd-buarst  much good education is.involved," com- ftsii,l_��_ie  ments R. Wright Armstrong Jr, Fort ��� w,D5��ns  Worth Judge of County Criminal Court*  M-WMMtMW-MH  COME IN AND GET  ACQUAINTED  IN THE BAL BLOCK  NEXT TO THE CO-OP STORE  886-2232  rnwomu  .\  \  Tree breeding can produce better quality and faster growing trees.  ��iS4t_����3_:3*'F.  SECHELT IHEM^E  ~ PRESENTS ���  Winner  Leading all-the way gi.ade .-seven !Rob-  erts Creek student Terry Blomgren  was easy winner of the boys' one mile  race with 'a time of 6 min. 33 sees.  Making a spirited challenge in the  last few seconds, John Phare oa'me  second.  (ADULT)  .'' STARRING:'..;,  Vlnco Ed*artfc4 Peter Voughar}  and Bcveriy Adams.  Cartoon-Slnglo-Technicolor  Start* 8:00 p.m.        Out t0:00 pm.  Friday, Saturday, Monday,  Juno 13, 14 ond 16  '"" ^EXT:WEEICs '"���"���",:"  Cmfli  iff'-J.-  V     iL  1.  J',  ���*���     ��  - ftrt*.  ffV  rW  CONTRACT has been let and work will  begin shortly on docks modifications  at Powell River ferry terminal, The Hon.  Isabel Dawson told The News.  Contract in the amount of $88,804 has  been awarded by department of highways  to Grcenless Pile-driving Company of  Vancouver.  Dock modifications will accommodate  the expanding ferry service, lincluding the  new Texada Queen, and the supplementary service during the summer months.-  ...OR AN OUTRIGHT  Childless partners, all their' married  lives, disagree less oftah than', pat-erita  married the same length of time. Due to  the ��5train they arc under, couples with  infants arc more resentful and have marc -  arguments than couples at any other  stage of, family, life.  *  umtner  BEACH TOYS - BOATS  BALLS - SURF BOARDS  BATHING SUITS���  ..Soys,ond Girls  .  Sizes 1-16  BOYS' PONCHO SHIRTS  GIRLS* STRETCH SLIMS,  Lovely Colors, Special Price.  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You must bo the first occupant of the homo for which application Is made.   ., ��� , , -  r ���  2. You must have lived In British Columbia for 12 months Immediately preceding the dato of purchase or th�� date of  completion of construction of your now homo.  3. Previously received Home-ownor Grants will bo deducted  from the $1000 grant ' , . . '  Complete and send the following coupon If you wish further  Information.  Open Friday to 9;0O�� p.m.  \  THE 6-OYERNMENT- OF THE  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA'  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE  HON. VI. A C. BENNETT, P.C., Premier and Minister of Financo  a 8. BBYSON, Deputy Minister of Financo  Provincial Administrator, Howe-owner Assistance,  Room ,126. Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia  Plcaso send mo full Information with regard to ffta  Q SECOND MORTGAGE  D HOME ACQUISITION GRANT  as I havo Indicated.  1  Namo���  Addrcs3-  1  I  i  ~ i  _ I  I  _. i  >*-*��*    ��     fit -WM^^,^**.    ��m ��  1>t*V&% F#.t Jl^WW*. 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'*  P-li  m  ��� Vr.  .   *"  f" i�� *    m   *   ��� (.TJF-  .&��*��l&lt-if  -l^i-.l.   ?..*4..M��S-i. b  KW-^MJw-^^wi-i.,.^  <&  ���i l-._Mini,v^_��it��^J.��-;  -   VU    M    Vt~  >*(  J-..    ^W^  V rv--Jd*.)"*  i-"1 sill 1 v,A W   -_,J��.  .,._*  The Peninsula Times Page B-S  Wednesday, June 11, 1969  SunshbM Cddsl Sfp-fi  V  -�� t  >  Oft  ������-The News, Ottawa, Bureau  OTTAWA^WMle John' Diefenbaker was  assailing the Official Languages Bill in  the Commons last week, Conservative  Leader Robert Stanffeld was in Edmonton  telling Westerners that they should not let  their ���* anger with the Government on economics issues cloud their vision of greater  understanding between French and English-speaking Canadians.  ^ This was the background to the dramatic vote on second reading of -the controversial measure the following day .when  17 Conservatives���including Diefenbaker  ���broke party .ranks* to> oppose the measure. *��� .  There Is no evidence that the vote resulted from a conspiracy to unseat Stanfield, who took over, the platty in 1967 at  the convention that climaxed years of effort to wrest the leadership from Diefen-  bakerl  But the vote does represent a clear  blow to his leadership and these are the  terms on which he chose to fight at a  caucus where he made it clear that he  will not tolerate continued division and  laid down the line -to be followed when  the bill comes back before the bouse.  w_. *  -   One-source said he had never heard  Stanfield speak so strongly and he described the leader's tone as scornful and  scathing, especially towards the five members who forced a recorded vote^-J. H.  Horner of Crowfoot, Cliff Downey of Battle Creek, William Kkoreyko of Edmonton East,.H. A. Moore of Wetaskiwin and  Jack Mcintosh of Swift Current - Maple  Creek. \  Most oi the rebels were at the meeting  to hear* StanfieH put his foot down, and  several protested that their votes were  hot intended to question his leadership.  But he dismissed theu\ explanations and  indicated that* he saw it as a personal  challenge.  His interpretation rests on good  grounds. In a party system such as* the  one in Canada, party unity is essential.  The Conservatives -will not represent a  credible alternative to the government in  the, next election if their troops cannot be  kept in line. What would have happened  if Stanfield were prime minister and he  were piloting through a bill similar to  the official languages bill to ensure 4hat  Canadians could deal with the federal  government in either English or French?  What made the revolt even worse in  his eyes, and the challenge more direct,  was that-a standing vote was forced by  five Conservatives. There had been general willingness to let the bill pass second reading on division. This means that  the ayes and the nays would be shouted,  indicating that there was opposition to the  bill without having the house records  show'where it came from.  However, wheneyer five or more members demand a standing vote it must be  called. A standing vote S jusnHalfeacH  SUNDAY, June 1, Secheit, edged Hydro  6-5 in a hard fought game at Hackett  -Park. ,Teri*y Kwasney,-pitching for Secheit, got all the offensive help he needed  from Mel Johnson who hit a three run  homer. . . >  . Hydro -threatened in the second when  rthey leaded the bases with two out but  Val, August, .playing ..short stop for ( Secheit, 'ended the inning with a spectacular  catch in foul territoiy.  MOHITTEB , '       ,  Henry Weibe struck out 9 and walked  1 in pitching a no-hitter as RCMP bombed  Hydro 16 to \. Orv Underhill gave Weibe  more than enough assistance at the plate  as he went 5 for 5 including a triple and  a home run. ;  * These games finished the first half of  the softball schedule and left Secheit, Port,  Mellon and Peninsula Hotel \ied for first  place with 12 jioirits 'ekeh and ROMP and  Wilson Creek tied for 4th one game behind with 10 points.  SECOND HALF  Tues., June 3, in the first game of the  second half Port Mellon. struck for .^4  heme runs as they dumped Gibsons Firemen 1$ to 5 with Lee McGee getting the  win.   JMcGee, .Jim Eafle, Barry Lee and  '1 *   , - F > __ I ,   *     '     *��" '  -      'J  Jftir Port Mellon got the, win witli.ah *&us*? I  trcn\ Biphard. Campbell wrho -relieved in ', L~  thfe/fourth after Krfioy'xati mto;&*bit oH  4___i'.hi__  Sn   the"4*"*' "-v**��'- -**-r��� -.-."-.-_> -  y  troubie  .��n  I  3rd: as'the*Merchants;  struck-for 9 runs.   '   ���-. j'< *'���.-.      ~     VI  .  >Wed��� tfuri& 4- Wilson Creek 'Orieles.  edges Port Mellon 8-0. Dave Lamb got  the win as he pitched 3' innings of shutout ball in relief of Bruce Gibson, **.     *  PIHEI^'EXTINGUISH KINSMEN,   ,   .  .< Pat Gaines and Rick Biakemeji team-l  ed up to pitch the Gibsons' Firemen to a >  decisive 2a to 1 win over' Gibsons Kins- .  men wtth-Pafc Gaines resording the win..' r  Rich BJakeman,-* John-Kruse and'Bruce' .  Green all hit,home runs for the Fire-  Jheri., - Y .  .. Secheit Residential picked up 8 runs  in the 2nd. and went on to bisat" Roberts  Creek 23 to 1&. Barry Baker pitched 5  innings in getting the .win with John,  Joseph relieving in the 6th. Elvis Harry,  for Secheit got the only Home run of me "  gaine.   * .   *'    .  FIHST LOSS \     J   .  Sunday, June 8 Wilson, Creek Orieles  suffered their first defeat of the season as  they lost .a close ohe to Gibsons Fireman.  Rick Biakem'a'n started for the Firemen  A  .;  "wv  ���>  * I  1  1  .-      t  ^,m |P��y  ll  it  /.  -J  ���3.'>  /  ���  -"  Rusty Rustemyer all hit .home runs for , and wm relieved by, Pat Sanies in the  Port Mellon while Jerry Dickson got one  for, the Firemen.  " Roberts Creek edged the Shakers 14 -to  13 with Dave Fhimerfelt' recording the  win. Vince Bothwell pitched the first 4  innings with Dave coming in,in the 5th  ahd! winning his own game at the plate  as he went 2 for 2 including a 2-run  homer. -  SHAKERS SHAKEN  Henry Weibe struck out 16 and walked  2 as RCMP downed the Shakers 18 to 6.  Henry once again got all the help he  needed from OrV Underhill who * again  went 5 for 5 at the plate including a hottte  hun. Terry Bryan also got a home run  for .RCMP. . t ;  - .  Brad Bozer and Dave Vernon got home  runs for the Shakers. .  Peninsula Hotel-Collected 17 hits ori  their way to a 20 to 9 victoiy over "Gibsons Firemen while Lowell Pearl gave up  only. 5 hits in getting the win.  SOFTBALL STANDINGS  W  Peninsula Hotel ,    7  Secheit       6  Port Mellon ,    6  RCMP    -,    6  Wilson  Hydro   .  Firemen  Roberts  Shakers  Creek  Creek  5  2  2  2  2,  L  2  2  2  3.  3  ,5  7  7  8  T  0  0  0  0  0  1  1  0  0  Pts.  14  12  12  12  .10  5  5  4  4  BABE RUTH  .cSat., June 7, the Sunshine Coast Lions  lost A double header to the Eagles 15-0  and 10 to 1.  LITTLE LEAGUE  In a game being made up, Port Mellon outscored' Gibsons Merchants.- by a  score of 20>yi3. Tracy Galilee pitching  4th. Pat got the v��n as Gibsons collected  4 runs in the 5th. Allan Nickerson went  .he distance and struck oiit'lO batters  for-Wilson Creek 'in "a losing cause/    -  .    Gibsons Merchants scored early get!-  ting 7 runs in the 1st. inning and held oh  to down Roberta Creek *15"to '8. Phillip  Madison struck out 10 including 4 in the  first two innings as he recorded his second win of the .season.     *    -  '   Port Mellon shaded Gibsons Kinsman  11 to 10 on the pitching of Brian Greg/ ',,  ,   Derek Holland and, Steven ..Charles-���  worth pitched for the Kinsmen. The only  home run of the game was hit by Kenny  Buckle for the Kinsmen.i  i&tt's softbALIY y".'    . ./  .,' .Thur, June 12, Firenien jilay ja.C.M.E.  at Secheit and Pen Hotel play shalcers at  Gibsoiis. - *  ��� Sunday, June 15, Hydro visit fe.C.M,P.  flobejets Creek ..will." be at .-Wilson. Creek  and Secheit will be at home against the  Shakers, ' .    J '  "   Tuesday, June 17th. Pen Hotel travel  to Secheit, Wilson Creek, visits Port Mel--  Ion and Roberts Creek hosts R.C.M.P,  BABE RUTH /*       y-    , * " ,   ~C ' 7T  .  t Sat. June 14, Sunshine Coast, Lioris  travel to North Van where they play "a.  double header; th^ first against Wbodlam  at 1:00 and .the second against Firemjgn. \  LITTLE LEAGUE "        . *  Vfed,, June 11, Gibsons Firemen .at  Port Mellon,' Gibsons JECinsmfen at Wilson.  Creek, and .Gibsons Merchants visit Secheit Residential.      ;���...'  Sunday, June 15, Roberts Creek play  at Wilson Creek, Gibsons iftefchattts host  Gibsons Fireijifen, and Gibsons* Kinsmen  host Secheit Residential. . , *'    V  f      Y.BHefirig.        !  Ready to start a,gruelling mile-r-ace-  at Hbherts Creek'School "sports day,  young* athlefes* .get a .briefing from  P.T. .instructor and teacher David,  White.- ErornJeft.areJNinaXhrist-  mas,. _ Laurie ^ntgopiety. Rtith  Blom'greh ahd'Gail^Blorngreh * ' '"���  "I  *;Th^pDblicWs>fc6VdidllyJri^ed^ of'  "C' "''   >~'f    '-'������>Mono)-ire3-;.QMcen'F0ect*'" ,  ">::-.   Y_l   -,**     . ond her ofiicere  \\ VlnterhotoalJOr^rVo'f^c^^^^ Bethel 28  K ' mimm&r, smm Mih at 7:30 vm.  I     MASONIC HALL, ROBERTS CREEK, B.C        \,  -'  member rises individually in his place to     **,        ,       t - .  indicate what slue he is on,, and their    KrZeCnOSlOVakia  names are recorded in Hansard.j  The qu*SJFlS^'^i-**^^-t_^t��  is how the ponse^afeves can^repaif" the �����  damage that has Iseen done to their credi- "  bilityr Many, of Stanfieid's supporters appeared to be optimistic after the caucus  and a way can undoubtedly be found if  there is a willingness to find it.  The bill has now been referred to a  special committee made up of members  from all parties for detailed study. There  will perhaps not be too great a problem  there. Less importance is attached to  stands taken in committee than in the  Commons itself, and the bill could be  criticized with a minin^i*11 of embarrassment. Indeed,. the Conservative caucus  has drafted a number of amendments that  it will try to make to the bill in committee.  After that comes the report stage, when  the bill is reported back to the full house  by Ihe committee. This stage is designed  to permit amendments to be made. The  line Stanfield has laid down for the report stage is as follows: No Conservative  is to propose amendments other than those  authorized by the caucus and himself.  The entire caucus is to vote for those  amendments, and to vote against unauthorized amendments.  Finally there will be the third reading  stage when the bill will be before the  house for final approval. The party's position at this stage has not yet bem set out  The caucus could decide to vote against  third reading on the ground*, that the  aim of the bill is good but its terms are  inadequate. But it might decide to support the bill.  What will the rebels do then?  It would be loo much to expect them  all to reverse their votes. Many of them  are strong men with strong views. All but  one are from the Prairies where public  opposition to the bill is strongest. And  Stanfield doe* not have nearly as much to  prod ihem with as a prime minister would  haves���appointments at parliamentary secretaries and the like which can be given  las re*#ant�� for faithful _��rvico and withheld as punishments.  There was a thinly-veiled threat in his  reminder do the caucus tliat he intends to  lead, the party into the next election. Iii  Other words, if his credibility is destroyed  then it -will reflect on them if they run  as Conservatives. The hostility of the  national leader could also result in a  t>petty tight budget for campaigning in  the riding,  But some of tbe rebels might be convinced,, that thci��* fears,of the bill are  groundles.. and a few switches in votes are  not Impossible. More likely is a numbo*  of 'abstentions by'those' who cannot sup-  |?ort the bill but do not want to damage*  the party. .And it should 'be possible to  avoid a reoottled vote at future stages,  'jsince the ���gowmnxmt b no more anxious  .than StanfieM. IO oti&matize, opposition to  the bill.  Servicemen in Vietnam are required  to take a weekly pill to lessen the chance  of getting malaria. On the last pill day  before lib rotation home, a gunnery r��cr-  geant wrote the following IctU-r to his  wife: "Dear Mary, today I'm taking my  last pill. It's time you btarted taking  yourr*."  CLAUDIA Jean Headley, 'just back from  a visit With her parents to Czechoslovakia, reports a most interesting visit  during which she' observed a great deal  of its people and customs.  Following is an article Claudia has  submitted to The Times which we feel  will prove of considerable interest to  readers;  The Czechs are fascinating, people.  The majority live in brick apartments,  some of which are scarred by. bullet  holes. Very few have cars, so people  either catch a tram or walk, perhaps a  milt or more to work.  The streets are hushed; it is so quiet  you can hear the whir of pigeons wings  as they soar upwards from the square.  The tension is high and oppressive. But  in spite of this tension, the Czechs greeted me warmly and sincerely.  I had the privilege of visiting the  Queen Elizabeth Wine Cellar under the  old monaslary in Brno. It has been converted into a restaurant with thick oaken i  tables and chairs upholstered in cowhide.  There in the flickering candlelight folk-  musicians played patriotic songs and the  cavern rang with singing and shouting  and thumping on the tables, "Long live  Prague, may she stand forever."  While in Brno, I also had the  pleasure of hearing the Brno Children'..  Choir. I have heard many records of this  choir, but lis-tenine to them in person wa.  really thrilling. Dr. Lysek, the Director  can make them fFOund like the whole  C/x*ch nation one moment and chimes at  v<">pr*rs the next.  I was warmly received by the choir  and all the Czechs I met. I hope that  .somodnyM may visit Czechoslovakia  again and be with her wonderful people.  Wherever, my family and I went, we  were showered with flowers. The day of  our arrival In Brno we were met by the  pn-sldent and two other members of the  choir who told us In English that they  hoped we would enjoy our visit to Brno,  Then they presented us each with a large  bouquet of fragrant carnations.  The history of Czcchoslavajda has  been in part a sad on<\ The country has  iK-en invaded, plundered and pillaged  over and over again. There have been  only eighteen years of freedom. All tbe  oihem have been filled with terror, ��if.  fering and trouble. '  There is a castle in Brno' whoso watt;*  echo this history, Spielberk Castle hw  been the,site of ruthless tortunr.��� Pec|jle  of many' nations have _bmi Smprfioneid..,  'there. There is h staircase that lead* from  the main courtyard to the, dungeons  through the moat. There In the moat you  can picture prisoners looking up at the  last rays of the sun'they will ever' w*��  before being herded by the hundred* Into  the endless, dank tunnel... You can feel  the hopelessness these people must have  felt. Somewhere Sn these endless corridors of lime you can almost hear the nob  of a diving tnan. Ydii carefully; retrace  your steps and as the fresh air and warm  sunlight hit /you, you'realize that it is  jgood to be/alive.   * * v, ;  r In spite of all that the Czechs have  endured, they Still retain their sense of  humor. They laugh and joke as if .nothing had ever been destroyed and'no one  had ever suffered. Although thefee. people  have had bitter experiences I don't believe anything of true value has been  lost. The Czechs have hope and courage  and as long* as that hope and courage  remains nothing will ever really suppress  vthem.  They are a peace-loving people. As  long as they hold on to a hope for peace,  even though there is chaos around them,  they will, remain tranquil.  The Brno Children's Choir' is coming  to, British, Columbia in July (to Vancouver, Penticton, Suibhinc Coast and Victoria), I very sincerely hope that these  children are as well received and as  warmly welcomed as I was on my visit to  Czechoslovakia.  *l . Well Don��  Fjn_shirtgv-he piarathon one mile race  atrtohert_j Creek -School sports dsiy,  gr^de 6 student Gail Blomgren's time  wa�� 6 rtiins. 54'sees. Cousin Ruth finished second and Gail's brother Terry  vvoi-'.fhe boys' mile race. Gail is the  (laughter Of Mr/and Mrs." Ron Blomgren.   .  Small aircraft are gradually replacing  lookout towers for forest prolectioh.  Power Tools, --B&D and Stanley  %  Hilar Pricts  114 hp Electric  ���owetr  Reg. $69.95  %B  EXTRA SPECIAL  WI.  9J'yTM*i��0     j: ''��� *  Conipfete with Base ond.  Stand���Save $35.00   134.  ���C__A.SILOy_v.GE $10.88  Mein��!1 SPElftliCLIt $5.88  - mMYrwmuE SPECIALS  DISPLAY  ISGSilCIEIj^ EWS7  Cowrie Street, Secheit       Phono 885-2171  SP&RT-SHIRTS GALORE  SWEATERS * SPORT JACKETS  LIGHTERS * CUFF LINKS  WALLETS * BILLFOLDS  BElTS * TIE TACS * TIE BAR  ���-���'--.       - I I*����pV-��� >���.-.  Many More Thoughtful GIFTS.  VISI  1589 *MAR_NE* DRIVE ���  .'OUR GIFT SAR  SISKINS  306-2116  I**  ���* **%����^ HfrmMft mi^i tm-r j(��Uit*w������K^j����WS��* mv#  ^^riBMtWI****^**^^  .     (Jt-rfF..    ��TV   D����    J��-lf��  _  *~ 0m **��� t" *_ i***^**."1**1 ���*  _��� id*. *" #\ .*<H iff ^f.   J*. ^*��j -<����wh. up*.���'  " ���"<"-"_**.,>%�����*, ,��(,,���  -, f<*n ,r*,,**iii, JW.tt-1   *k,  ����* r�� F-       I  J. ... I'   ._,,'-,*  Mr& ��George 'Sera-tic* and 'Miss.*.-?hw.,n.y  *.  )  i  ���..  ��� .����� . , * f  **l    ���**"    I  i*     t  -*<\-  >^-  ���-���iF   *-*.  'iy;Y''viC/^^r'-^ YJv:y';Yr^Y ,..-.**-- ���-. -   - *. *.^ yy    , *���    . y     y,y * ������   tY~rY,YYy   .-* *  Y^Y^Y-^-Y Yy; y ;.'-���'�����'���,.'-���������������'���--  ���������.-������.���*���-������ ^Y/a.-..., ��� \  i 'V.-i >f .*i' V. '     Y~v Y  ^omiiiiimtf:; support, ���>sougnt  "'    V,     " *  ,   >    *    '    f* .     A     *-       *<"        *   ?'/;     ,��-. - '"     *   , f     *        ,*      /.     /        '��   *        >. -     '       *    ���  lor B.C. Centennial, IB71  ��� ' I   *     '    ��  *���_  ��*-;  - V  *- j "*.  *5       ���.   ���*���   "' *  '       " ���'���  ,   �� _.  /"- .y-V i'  /  a-v  were co-hostes$es at a dehghtfut_y\j&*>  . Hanged cup "and Saucer shower Monday/  ' j'auemoon !ast week when then entertainj*   <  ed at a garden1 party at'"Mrs. Hay's j on. ^  ;Fletcher Beted for Corey-Anne.yA, deliY  clous luncheon was served. Gu6?ts -were- *  'Miss McKay and Mrs. McKay, Jean Scoti..  Dc��ley IMbison. Mame Baker, Lillian Lind- ^  -wall, Crystal Hoehne, Florence MeEteoy.M  Nita Sanderson, and Eleanor White. Unable to attend but sending cup and saucer,  /����� were Mrs.' Edna Husby, Mrs. Lucille MueSt***  ler, audWHss "Colleen Husby.,   ,      y      l  VISITING < . S '  \ ��� Mr." arid "Mrs. Ed Chiasson had Mr.  Chiassqn's younger brother Alfred Chias-  san from Middle Caraquet, ^ew Brunswick, visiting with them for two weeks. .  He had been down around South'America,  this was his first visit to the' Sunshine  Coasts  Visiting Mr. Cornelius Olsen recently'  *��� were his son and daughteif-in-law Mr.  and MrsI Harold Olsen from Vancouver.  I^5R^fi      xx ' .���   *   i - ' War whoop  Mr.   Alex  Bruce   was  a ^patient  in T   , .-. . ,      _,��..-.       *������._���     j �����*     . -__  __t-t_ -*.^   -..  Shaughne^y HospitaL *n fuH Mfar paiat and Indian dress, 38    by leaders,  Mrs.  Buchhorn, MitpA  ;    When ivirs. Mike Hauka of Wyngaeri, Cubs from-Gibsons A and B Packs   Hoops, Ron JVest, i>ick: Gaines andf..  Boad -celebrated h&r birthday recently, enjoyed a eamping weekend; at the   Elliot Trueman.       :       *'Y   > [>~j  quite: a number of friends called to offer YMCA* Gamp, -Langdale. Camp open- '   '  congratulationslind best'wishes. A neigh- '1* oA��,.'i_i����� -.�����;^'n__  *��L x>^.,  bo/suiprised her with a specially de<��rr ^ Saturday morniUg and the Bay  >*  s"  V. .,  "'"YT��v, ;.i *-s  ���/**>. v;*  ' �����' t * / ''  QiwiiiMMHl����wi����iii-��-iiMiiliPWWriwr>��wl-iro>n>wwffl_.ri��im<wwiV��r;  you to encourage your'local -yen  anfJ non-muhidpal> areas * peeking loc^t   temu4 committee to begin^.ttunk imag-*  * fSuppoit for celebrations marking the 100th   ! inatively as to ihe kind/of event's and pro-  , Birthday of British Columbia's entry into    gnamming they 4nightiutdertake?'\ Y   "r *  Canadian Confederation. - ty,.     '       -      ��� : *-r-i L  ;     'li* |; Wallacei General Chairman of the  I^viiicial Committee explains in a letter  * to Mayors and to the Directors of Electoral  .Areas that co-operation,is sought in set-  ** ting up local centennial committees so that  " each* eitfcenr has ihe'oppoitunity to par-  * ttei&ate in 1h�� 1971 celebrations,     -  >. _  Y  ated cake for Ihe happy occasion.         * rang .with blood-curdling war whoops .   *^?d ^*   ��ia��agement ' pijoduees^  - Miss Chaddie Bremner observed her asyoun^'ters made -their way to the . ftealtftKr lorests-*      -       -t, ;: ;* 7: "  oirthday. recently.    Her   nephew -from blB-tCh. fot   swimming   and   games. It takes approximately 42,000 -Dot|gfe|s ,  Saskatoon.. Sa?k, with,his_ wife; Mr, and Camp .Afeelawas Bob Benson helped Pir Seeds to make one pound, _ " Y - <*.*'��� . *  Mrs, Fred Brfemner, and their daughter ���'��� '; '*  ",*--'- * *''���"������������-���~��� ��� ��� ���-:���; ~���^>���-^-^���<-*���-  came to spend a weekend for the occar  sion. Also g(_ests"*of Miss Bremner were  ���V  Sechelf���885-9654  a niece, Miss Johnson, and a "riephewrahd  his wife; Mi*, and Mrs. Johnson from Vancouver who were'here for a-delightful  dinner party arranged in hondr of Miss  Bremner"s birthday. J -;  Mrs/G.KCadn_an of Burns Boad is. moving to the Lower Mainland and wjli b^  missed t>y neighbors and friend^ here.    "  A research ship, the "Pariseau," was  - docked   at  Gibsons,   wharf,' Wednesday  evening.    ' ' ~  Rev. Brian J. With of Vancouver, ministered at *the Pentecostal Tabernacle on  the first Sunday in June. On Wednesday  evening last week Rev, Eric A Hornby of  North Vancouver, who is District Superin-  tenderitof the "Pentecostal Assemblies Of  Canada for British Columbia, was here "to  conduct a business meeting with the local  congregation-  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elrick of Gower  Point Road have returned after enjoying  a visit to Britain.  Mr. Doug Warne presented a camera  to Gaiy Sluis and Bill Sluiswho have  reservations to leave June 30 on a "five-  week .rip to England.-  Twenty-three people were present <oii  Juhe 1 when Mr. and Mrs. Dick -Blake**,  man of Haory Road, wbose son,s*Bicha3:d|  is a ' membfer of SGjOasow< Firemen> bafl  team, were hosts at their property where  a barbecue party was very much enjoyed.1  Fourteen boys with their coaches^" Mr." and  Mrs. P. Sluis and Brian Heaps all appreciated ithis jolly" get-together.' Two girfe  along with Bill and Bonnie Nimmo were  on hand to help and certainly a good thme  was had by all. ���     '  Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cramer have returned from a holiday in Saskatchewan.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alf Puchalski  for a week are the former's brother-in-  law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. R.- Witt  from Toronto, Ontario.  A "Drop In" for teen-agers is held on  Friday evenings at St. Bartholomew's  Anglican Church grounds. This open house  type gathering attracts young people from  13 to 25 years of age. They have a bonfire, roast marshmallows, play badminton, croquet, pitch horseshoes, etc. Outdoors and indoors music as well as games  are enjoyed.  At a recent morning coffee meeting of  the Young Wives Group at St Bart's,  Mr. Anonby, the Social Welfarev Worker  for this area, was the guest speaker.  mmptprnmam  f,J The local committees may be organized  a? follows: in municipalities, the Mayor is  responsible fOT appointing thejjocal committee; injnonrroptiniciparareas, a public  meeting, will be called by,the Director of  the Electoral Area and the Regional Consultant   of   the   Community   Programs  xr<$ramKJtepartment of Education, to elect  *    members for'the looarcominittee forth��  "community ,6^ communities within ihe  electoral area. >  Local committees, should be organized  not Uactear than October 30, W69. - ^ x .  ' '<Membens of the local,centennial committee will be called upon to do an important job for the "Community and the  Province," Mr, Wallace states in the letter  circulated to 137 Mayorsarid 180 Direetens  of Electoral Areas. "Our main objective  at the present time "is" the.organizalion. of  .'local* centennial committees. When this  .portion of the. organization, is complete,  channels ol communication, to all local  seckelt mm am  -V.  '  $300 Jack Pot cancelled  until Juno 20-h  First 3 cards $1,00 eoch;  extra cords 50c _ each-  Half-time cords 3 for $1,00.,  Jack Pot \$300 to gol  $15 o game. ,,   *  "* '  JUm 13fh:EIHG0  59 calls for $1(K> Y ,,  $50 door prize'-y; ' v>  (member must be.presehtK  , FkEECARD FOR- ',y  ,   MOTHERS^ AND: FATHERS  Phone 88&S>50  iikxmumm^mmmsammi^mmmM��mmmmfmmMMmmfm^s  'jvmmf<im��vwwi*>nt*vmMwmmmfmfinnn*mrw*m*w*iMmt>&  y ''^^il:- �����. *'���-.- -���*-?-    "��� ,-^Y   ,�� ��Y^*��'.y -y^.-y y yr.   :. - ���/     -:/r    rV   p   t< ry  >'-    T&*'J&&&7.''        WBM7-IM BffM.'iWi~'~       ffiW * M^S i" -   iM. n ��' in."^ ,-, -���'����' ^mm'"  W" n ;_k .  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