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 *  ii  v:* ���r'Vfli  *������  *,���!"  **<;  "- S  ?"<��3t��:i  ���a*>  s~-  1CS3".  "Serving the Sunshine Coast, tHcwe Sound to Jervis Inletl, including Port Mellon, Hopkins Lending, Grcnthcm's Lending, Gbscns, Rcbem Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Secheit, Halfmoon Bay. Secret Ccve, Pender Hcrbcur, Madeira Park. Kfet'ndc'e^ Irvine's Lending, Ecrf Covetz��srr^^t0 WfONfSOAr, MARCH ttr'44   _Q��  X  ..v..  7 .-��������-  ��� ���: Ji:  :*�����  !.-  At Gibsons ...  ��� -- -. -. - ���   ..  Council is in quandry  over buildingbpermits  ���ZONING and building by-laws again came in for discussion  at Gibsons municipal meeting when ajetter was read  from Mrs. Munt charging 'rank discrimination' in the refusal of her building permit.  -Mk.   Munt   stated   she  had  checked with.- council on Dec.  11 previous to purchasing, her  lot. arid%had been assured by  the clerk*, -such a building  ecu Id be -erected. She pointed  out'a house less than 100 feet  from her site was not up to  standard ^and she submitted a  rough plan indicating propos-  carport with duroid roof valued _at $400.-Mrs. Pearl Prot-  know to construct a 56 ft by  48 . ft^ single story dwelling  with basement valued at $16,-  000. Einar and Minnie Jor-  genson. to build a^24 by 34  ft. five room single dwelling-  valued at $7250, and WJJ.^and  Jean  E.  Scott -to construct" a  Accadent l^uis  paii in hopp:  WILLIAM Luoma * of; Sechelt  . and { Rafinar L*rs��3. . were.  hospiiilizeU as 5r rfesyk of an  aeddear or. highway! 101, _s-  b^ut a mile west of Halfmoon  Bay oh Saturday ��ug|t  The 1196Q pick-up registered  in the -name-of jMi��. Edith  Caplejof Vancmrvfer find driven, "by" Larsen. drbvt*| off the  highway and hit a ti-ge rock  damaging ' the ufcdejrcarnage  ar.d breaking .the|'.windshiekL"-  Both Luorna sr.d* Larsen  were taken to S*--*.Iary*s hospital] Garden Bajr. by Cur.-.  __,_..,   .**,,- .... ,      _        .      ningham taxi. Luorr.a was'dis-  FRIDAY the 13th was unlucky in one respect Jor Dennis    charged next morr-mf. Larsen  McKinnon of Powell River. McKinnon was dr'"ving ta    is stiE in hospital with head  -.a  . *C i  ��� **������:  ���>i   ������  ii,*   *��  x Is  '���"''.*  I ."J  ���;������"--  <  ���  ,������  J-  <  *  M  :"t  *>    *'"  \''"'  i  Kits tree  ed, future.enlargement to hen   four   .roo:h���firiS!e    dwelling  present plan. '        ���"���'"���*-��� I  Council ! agreed    to  .accept  -the enlarged-plan if the exterior is completed, within one  year. Building committee  chairman, Jim _ Drummond  will contact Mrs. Munt and  explain council's situation &  invite her to attend he next  council meeting, should the  proposed arrangement be unacceptable to her. -Council  will hold a special meeting to  deal with this-after Drummond contacts Mrs. Munt  Couhcrrj?**prpblem is the result of having permitted Ma-  bcey to-build a small, non-ren-  " tal unit for his mother. At -  that time; he. made a verbal  promise to" council to build a  permanent dwelling on bis  lot. "Macey' should not have  got a permit** declared J^rum-  mond, ahd commission chairman A. E.*RttcWe'agreed this  * had -set .-a.-, precedent and was;  a   week  spot   in. theirlrarifu-.  ~*ment71aWithb Macey  ' therein  this    is    discrimination,"     he  said - ---- - - -.= .:  Drummbnd felt td ' protect  new areas, a-line had to be  drawn somewhere and the  Munt plan did not suit that  particular- location. "The iderf  bt a good! subdivision is if you  can't afford to live there, you*  don't live there," he said. -  We're protecting her values,  tool" claimed-- Ritchie. - Commissioner; ..S'...-- Fladager felt  council wanted a solution _ so .  they would not run into the  problem j again.    "We    don't  . want to hurt her, but we can't  accept lower standards fin-^  anciaily "-: or esthetically," he  said.He ifuther felt each case  should be.treated on its own  merits. "     ��� '_  ., "'After consideration on zoning bylaws, Drummond felt it  would be better to leave them  flexible,, but to tighten iip  constructon to meet N.HfA.  standards.   "There   is  no  valued at $60007  SUB-DIVISIONS     ;  Permission was granted to  A Propp to subdivide !dt 13,  plan 3130 provided a 24 foot  road allowance z was provided  through to lot 24. Council is  opposed to "any father dead  end streets. They" also felt  Propp would- be wise to  make lots.... 7500 - sq_* ft. minimum to-be acceptable for 2\,-  H.A. loans._ .  The ' remainder of V. C.  Coodairs Greenacre.-subdivis-  ion was'approved inrprinciple  if a 20 foot. lane is provided  for-water and telephone service.     ;-������-.  Permissionwas  granted   to  .extend the'road allowance a-.  cross   the   SL  Johntson   pro-.  ' .:'","    ���*ee page IE.  the Longdate Ferry via North Road in Gibsons when he  missed the switch back turn .and skidded into a tree. He  was not seriously injured.- North Road is used more frequently how by ferry patrons. The dangerous turn is. not  marked- - ��� - i     " b i _*^   *  _____     .      i-. ; ..;..-   ~    r    ~~-  Pender Harbour .!. . :-l*"  Annual reporf  present ei j f e tax^f eis  THE South Pender Water District elected two "trustees--at    ^. , ^~  the annual meeting Held Sunday. Len Lcrsdn end r/^rk    ^Jjf*)lX ptnxf-T ^  Myers^ both cf Madeira Park, were elected by ccc'amatfcn: |{  C E: Mittelsteadf did not! stand fcr re-eiecti^n,rE. S- John-   \^||ere's the tire?  stone.     secretary - treasurer,  presented  the financial  statement audited by R. J. Max-  lacerations.   His   condition   is:  reported as good.  LCB location  WHERE *- is _ the new liquor  stone tb be located** This is  the . question - everybody . has-  been asking everyfe-cdy else in  Secheii ��� ever" sir.ee the an-  ccuncment; was rrade Secrajlf  was to have .a liquor store.       *  IK. B." Cordon cf Garden and  Kennett LtcL. -agent' for ven��  der E. E. Osfcorr.�� cf V**anc��u-  ver announced, tr.e lot ad-  loinhig the RCllP on the  scutii legally"C'-^r-r-.fced as lot-.  IT. block D. plar. �� T-43. DL 503 .  .*���;  IX  ^ : " ���  hX  tioiS.    Concerning"- extension  _ i o-'-arr11' '"3~*J=e>%*^''""-ie*-  srih-  ^,%S^U_^ft_ito* SSsiif^A^^fe  SiI.52U6;   expenditure   %-%Z^.-^  ^���,^r:rf-f.,-/..��_   _^._-j^  ,._  " .i- ^ ^    responsQU'ts  to pro vice  *.va-  iders   have "b��*n, rratified   to  LAST Sunday ^f complaint  -was registered against the  Sechelt .PeMhsuIa RCMP. According toCthe complaint a  74 year oltrrowell-River Iady  was being taken to -Vancouver for; medical treatment  when the car' in which she  was riding was stopped by  the highway: patrol far going  five miles over the speed limit    L  The driver explained. _ his  passenger, was suffering and  offered to give the officer his  name and details and get his  ticket hi ter as! he did not wish  to miss his ferry. Apparently  the officer refused to make  this exception: to the rule. The  -"driver : missed" his* fe^*"*** and  he and iiis passenger had to  wait two hours for the next  one.   ,   .        j -  RCMP officers maintain! the  lady's medical appointment  was for Tuesdajr and they did  75 and current assets $13,112.  i��. ���"���-.- .-"   ���"���.'-" X"Z   -  ' Estimated total value of Jthe -  - project is $2����.IS3 di%*ided as  follows: S150.000 under, rroin-  icipai   development - and   toan.  fund.   $18,000    under   federal  winter    works.    $9000    under  provincial  winter  works  and  a "balance" ^Jf   70   ��. $75,000  guaranteed  by  the ".provincial,  government. Johnstone report- *  ed the board had obtained} hi-;  terim financing of $235,000 at  -5*-i   percent  at  the   Bank cf  MontreaL Sechelt. To date he  tad issued cheques amounting  to SI09.000  for pipo- and 1 fittings.   ._ J -I  The progress report showed as of- Friday night, 1461  feet of pipe. 5689 feet of 81 asbestos cement pipe and 6183  feet of 6" HC pipe had been  paidr and 971 cu. yards cf .a  total of an estimated 3000  yards of ditch gravel had been  moved This is costing $13.50  a cu. yard . and rock - above  the grade  is  costing $12; fcu.  SECSELT voJur.'c-*r fiiv dtfi  7pa*ftmer-t werf ca.led to a  fire In the Indl-'.r. reservation  shorty IxfGre r.-a--- or.'Satur-  iiay. |The-_ owmrr" '.d ��� the ^abth  had jplacxd a -pL-tic pail, .of  ."oil crT the "stove. The pail melted krui the or. iZ^lic-d cans- ,  place pipes to the board's specifications if they wish to hook* jng'J-r^ damaire :>.- \r^ inter-"  ���see page 6_ ktr of the buildi.nj:  :! ?.  *-*v  ��� -���������\i /  j*  1  ' >    "-i '-'     ��    **���>.��� -  S     J>        J *���*��� . *"      a" '     **"���  ^ J '       i "!���''���  1 \      -     --  *       /s  -'?   .'*���**.   '���   z-  *-*A   .i--,-*.'��� .- :  "*���;-������������ ,.'*������;���.*  ��� i  'I  i  ���:-  *******  ...i ..���I.,i, *,r    : Dead hinf- 5  -DAL CROSBY holds a victim -of thei-**i seepage frem the  *   sunken bcfgeX       ." " ��� -   / ���  making bylaws, then overrid-! ^not consider this case an em-  ing them as Vancouver does,  he said:. -  BUILDING PERMITS  ���Building permits, subject to  approval of; the building inspector, were granted to Mrs.  Ellen Marshall to construct a    posted speeds.  ergency. They pointed out  that speed liniits are set up to  protect the public and .are to  be dbeyed.7TSere is plenty of  time -to. make the - distance  between Earl^.Cove and Lang-  dale   ferries Iproving   at   the  - vard.  ' Trustees    axe_   considering ; fa Gibsons .   .  7"  making  representation  to-the  _  Department  of  Highways] for  a rebate for the work being  done widening the road,  f  Trustees themselves bid on  contracts I and 3. Contrskt L  is 90" percent labor andi the  bid was-$62G0. Contract 3 a-  mounts to $9240 fcr labor: and  S96S0 for materials! Both; are  under the supervision cf trustee R. Webb. .        !  Contract 2 was let to H. B.  Contracting   for   S143.0OO!  for  iSees^KS^ie'SSSbSl    G-bsons  cHd  brcoght in  grebes j .cormorants  Cnc   ducks  der amounted to S87.IS7J        - which   were  pacea   on   saw-   *���t=~~"*-  To   date   $10,000   has   been    dust -in.  a'shea   providea   by  ElphinStorfe IstudintsJ  help bi(-soaked: birds  OIL-SOAKED  water  birds-i*ere (rescued byj.-Elphinstoc'e  secondary   students   Thursday   when -jrtcie-prmopa!  AAontgcmery's b��'c"%gy cicss searched the beccHes crcu**y .  -1,  paid to lecal labor and an average c�� II men are employed bv H. B. Constractiori and  10-6 men by the board. Johnstone's personal opinion is  that  the project .wiil* not   be    P-^ce  Srr.itty'fr Boat rentals.  . Earlier MomgGs*.ery contacted Stanley Park "to leam  what "could be dene far thess  birds.    Instnjct:ons    were    to  tr.err^ en sawdust, ut  BULLDOZING starts at Roberts Creek wharf preparatory to  .::'} the installation af Propane-Rockgas storage tanks.  completed by April 30.= but  since the job is welir underway, an extension can. be ex-  p*cte<i-  -       '    - -        -   I  On    a    question . from' -the  fleer, it was learned a cr.Icr-  inater   costing   approximately  S1400 "was   required   by   the  "Department of. Health regula-  der   to   absc-rb   the   oil . frorr..  their" feathers,   ur.d   tp   place  theis7 feet ir.7wstert f.  The   5tudeSt--   scorched   the  beaches, plc.-sdng- up tiie cirxU  _and-placing; them in card-  ' board boxes i for easy trans-  "portatibn.  Scrr.e   beys   cut   ir.  rojrbDat^   picked   up   disabled  btrds   unable   t-J   ^*.5.ke   ;1r.-rc.  ".Cany  gulls   w,.',.   f:��.-rcr.tri   ct  pilings   tryir.c   'z.   sr.rcvr.    :re  oil from their fo.\:-.VT?  ' R J. Bickr.t I " t f -ir.<~ G,J.  cf |ieorgia T.v.t r.% Cw-pj-.; ���  ssssred tte'T.-*:"- :ri: d .*.-:��  wer��� -dzrxa .jz~, Fr.--' ^r.d  *zzLed_ off tr.L*- p r^.? cr. tr.e t.-..  burge wnich s^f . " 'h z .-^Z  of bonier fu-.. .' l.-i :'-..7t cf  waler  off  P^-l ;    Z. ..tr.ct ti-t  "Sickneil   ;<   ^:   t"c   cp.r..  -  ���see p*5e 7  -,   -jJ>:     ||.   .  .1���11    S^.-^-K    -*-     'I      -   I    'JH" I"   ���" "^~J~ '        * ' "' ������!���������   '--  '.-  -' J':  :������'���>'  '.ft  .V. * Page 2 The Sechel"- PeninsubiTimes, Wed  W00000000i'00000000000000000000000000000000i  Secheut VtzmisvuXJimet,  Published Wednesdays by the  AUTOS & TRUCKS  1961    JEEP    statioh    wagon,  "   four-wheel"     drivsr,.    28,000,  mile's, carefully driven. Phone  :S8j4-5325.   '��� ,     9917-14  * 1 ' -iXi -  LEGAL  NOTICES  Sechelt   Peninsula  Sechelt,  Gross Circulation/ 1850 copies  Classified Advertising Rat  3-Line AdBriefs (1J5 words)  ��� One Insertion .���i.j._ I���.85c  Three insertions;-J���\ ������-1.70  Extra lines (5 words) -i ..-.-15c  Box Numbers,  -._[���~-~-25e extra  i. mi.  If poid before publication, a discount of 25c; per ^.dBrief is allowed. Semi-Display} Super-Displby,  ond Blue Chip Display I.50 per  inch.  Legal Notices:  17c per count line (5 .words) first  . Insertion,   13c pGt~couoi line subsequent .' insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.  Subscription Rates  10c per copy, 5Qc per month (by  advarce. ������  .'  carrier); $5.50 per year, in ���*  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  . Deaths, Birms, in'Mem'oria'm/ Corn-  ing Events, Etc;:Per:insertion <up to  flO words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  ��och. 25c Discayrt if paid before  J      "     '     pubficqtion. ;  Y~- t_j_.,      >  ������...*.  \ : ���" *���  COMING EVENTS  Wilson  creep- ��� ucw Iwm  j.'hold a springitea in th^-lo-.  cal hall on Tuesday, April 14.  K| 99QW3  iForm No. 15 (Sec  roto-tillwg*  .4 sizes of [machines  !     your, iob.  *   !     ' -���       /'  Plowing* and Breaking  Rocky Ground Breaking  Grading and  Leveling  ,   Cultivating and Hilling  Complete Lawn  service  fiWr planjinc to  j rpaintenanci.  Mowing and ^Sweeping  ���jdvyER RAK NG,  and Ferlilizing-  and Roll ng etic-  :  Edging  Seedling  Afiarge for ��  ��� cqmp  ROY  DEATHS  ANDERSON���Ajex-- E. Ahder-  '"spn passed'away suddenly;  "March 9, aged 47 years ofj the  Lower Road, Rjoberts Creek,  Survived by his loving, -^vife,  Chris, "one son ^Wilson, Van-;  e'euver, five-sisters, Mrs. jBtu--  i?ie, Mattson; M*fs. Anna Cur-  jfew, Mrs. Mirmie-Elliott, Vancouver; Mrs. Elvira Clare,  Montreal; Mrs. ' Carol Black,  IJforth Vancouver.'. Deceased  V.ns\ a Past Master 'of Mt, El-/  phinstone Lodge !No. 130, 'AFf  &AM and a member of Rob-  OX  ete  lawn  gular  care  BOLDERSON  435 - Se:heit  885-95a0 7\  Phone Evenings Only Please  9728-t:n  "WOMANI with ,go>d.v typing  Ispeedy     shorthand,      dicti-  phone,  legal and* general! office    experience.i   Apply :  I?.  "Lavoii, TWilson  Creek.  9909-15  FOR  R*=NT  ��� SELMA Park, furnished-nen:-  als. Phone 8B5-9542. 9918-14  lion 40*1  LAND ACJf)  Notice of Intention i.to Apply  to Purchase  Land  ..In Land. "Rettordiifg District  of * Vancodvejf and situate  J^cjrth of Sechelt. 1 ** * \  \ TAKE NOTICE "that Victor  Wjebe of 3804 Edirjburgh St.,  Burnaby 2, .aecujKrtion refinery manager, intends to apply for permission Jto purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a [post planted 80' South pf PF on South  "End of East-Btound try of Lot"  7022; thence South. 15 chains;  ,thfence-East 15) chains; thence  -^rth to Road; 73 chains;  thence Westerly airing South  boundary^ of -road j 17 chains  and���.< contains^ 20; a ores, more:  or: less? ; '-".'-   ,  The purpose for which the  land   is  required   is   summer  home. '"'     , ,       !..-���-  -'.-���. ViCTC'RTwilEBE  Dated teb. 23, 196-;. #, f    'Z'\  197^2���Pub. March 4  11, 'l��, J25I  TWO   houses, " one   2   bdrm;  one-beach cottag<>. Modem",  furnished. Apply iMjis.'Norjrhan.  pe, Irvines Lndg. or pnoi:e  B3-2441 evenirlgs. 9743-15  erts  Creek   Canadian   Legion.;   L  Funeral service wa? held;Fri-   ,  RtAL ESTATE  day, March 13 at 2 p.m. fnim  ' to SETTLE an es;ate, Sech  iz-t *kf.A*sn Tfn UnJ J*"**"���.., . ___.1_ '!*���  _ ��� **. Z  Gihsons United Church, Rev.  M, Cameron, Rev. 3D. Donald-,  son and Rev, De$is F, Harris  -officiated. In lieii, of* flhwers  ' donation to the Eastern Star  New* Hospital fund, c/cf Mrs.  Bessie Shaw, Roberts 'Crcek-  BC. Cremation. Harvey Fun- ���  oral -Home, directors.  9742-14  PERSONAL   '       '        ~~~  f HRIFT~ Shop. Selma Park,  r rummage sale, March 19, 1  l>,m. Clearing all stoek, misc.  furniture and clothes.   9919-14  YOUR scrap  metal  is  worth  .cash    at    Simpkins    Place.  Phone 885-2132." 5048-tfn  _-     .  ...'-    .   ' - . , -   _ -    :<        -i   PEKINESE  puppies,  886-9&&0.  ' '  9915'-tfn  CHlHUAHUA-B~OXER,-;*  six-  month  male,   give  away  to  *  good home.L Ph. 885"5J08.   ^  799161*14  ^HELP WANTED     .'!'  X  b  ^ *rr_; 1���������n���T :  ADMINISTRATOR  ^Applications   are   invited   for,  I lie position of Admiijustratorl  for 35-bed" hospital'now under,  construetiob   on* the   Sechelt!  Peninsula." All ^ applications \  will be treated in corifidence,  and should sbe addressed to*.  H, P.  Hubbs,  Chairman,  St. Marj-'s, Hospitai Soc.  St��Ima Park,*B.C.  ,Jf 9744-14  elt area, approxL S acres,  with modern cottage; FP ^000  ���DP -$200. Balan:e toil arrange. Phone H. AJ Hill, ||885-  Form No. 15 XSe< rtion 40)  , LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Purchase L^hd :  In "Land Recording District  of Vancouver; B.C. J and-l sit-  uateEast of Sechelt Inlet 17Vz  chains1 fcSom S.EL corner of  Group 1, sub lot B Lot 7071���  NWD. :-      7j    .  TAKiE NOTiCET JiabMich-  aM  Stiewart! McGjjute  of'59,4^  S.f W. |Marine7Drf Vancouve/  14, B,iC/; _ occup^ion barj^r,  ihtends to ai^lyl for upermis-  sipn tci purchase Ithe foll^wipg  lands;' ���?  9764.  9920-14  FOR ALL TYPES; OF j INSURANCE INCLUEi-fNG lUFE  AND HEALTH AHD ACCIDENT A|ND REM. ESTATE  Ai*D   RENT��ffiS"  ' Contzret:  Office: 885-20(5, or  Eves: E. Surtees  Q. It. King,.885  AGGETT  Box 63   '  I  AGENCIESXTD. '  Stkheit?B.C.  508i4i-tfn  PENDER  (.-:  front  moorage.  HARBOUR; Wfater-^  property; J A^heltered7  P.P. /$10,(i0f).00.! Ex-_  McMynii, iReal  ���fe7 Gibsons  9912-13"  clusive, fcwart  Estate  "S-.   Inguranc  886-2166  FOR SALE  juik  W SHEETING, .  $35 M, hood fir  iHemlbckj2x4 $39 M  Pl��U��L Dayisr Bay,  ,12132.  BOATS & ENGINES  24'  ler,  WANTED Miscellaneous  .          i >  ORGANIC  gardener  (jo   work    and  a   large- .garden   oh rshare- j and  basis.-"-Phone 885-4470  9654., ���-  IMai��ylMIBMMUMSiil��aii'  oft,'885- 71 good  9^08-15 '! RR  �����Ka,va(- -.t*h*^..Otu  and  Ne^ds  . D61 QAT  "^ No  blade  7 ded  track  feet condition  jeneies  1 Evenings  -R. Serial  2806. Hydraulic strkight  Mod. No.  Hydr.  winch.  some  repair, otherw  Call  details  call 886  for  Commencing-a  ted 17*4chains  iier of iGroup 1  7071���NWD;  cliai^jithience:  thencei East 20 -  Nbrth', 5   chains  i qrranencement  ig 10 acres, mdi  885^9303'.  -2066  !  ���a: i��st plan-  1 rom S.Ej cpr-  1 *ub lot B-.-Boi  theince  West  20  Si^uth 5 chains;  xhains; thencei  -'to   point   of  and   contaih-  or less.  cedar���  $90  M,  Simpkins  Ph^[��85-  50��i7-tfn  Arch inclu-.  oilers and  ise in per-  Earl'si Ag-  886^9600.  9373.  97141-14  CfRUiSER,   140  rock -gas,.hot  toilet,  2  new  :: waterTiank.'-.HOi--  trollfer. Write  1, Madeira Pairk  The purpose. f|r ^vhich the  land  is  require^! is  a  home-  tead. ' !  MICHAElj  STEWAit\l  . McGUIRi"  tXated  March  M,   1964.  ^740HPub. March 18, 25, 1,  ndian lames  [E  ilndian  wot ienJ,s   home-  pmaker<-'   cliib^ -vjll 1 hold; la  'affle on  lalarch, 21   tov raise  ��oney to pay for "the. organ  iliir   the   churchb The : woman  jre rfortunate tk   get  a-- sec-  (>nd-hand organ 1 or $300.* At  i[heir -monthly'- me Jting it was  pecided- to ca nva* during I the  i-eek   for  donations* for   the  -Ijiamper.'" ,  A message from District  tuide commiss oner Mi's.  Harriet    Newtonj    asking    if  tjhere are any "girls ibetween  he ages of 8--1I who are in-  (jerested in jdihink the Brow-  ie piack recently, formed at  he   Residential [school,   was  Relayed,   is    - '  I The hoJhbemakelrs are collec-  iing Nabob coiup' ns for a cof--��  }ee urri.'  hp rdhrysil  plate; sinl*  gas tanks, ,  tra'rie-i-for ��� ���  A. T. Page.  9^14-H -���  N  ew citizens  WHITE~-To.   Mr.    and    Mrs."  John    White,    formerly   of  Hopkins Landing, a daughter,  Irfeather Lynn, %rn March 6  n Vancouver.  ���Jt  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales and: Service  RADIO ---. APPLIANCES  Phone 8d5-9"605  H. B> GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Real  Estate and  Insurance  Phones:  885-2013, 886-2191  ",- TELEVISION,  SAlfES & SERVICE  ���',    REtlABLE -|PROMPT  RICHTEI^'ST^.  & RADIO LTD.  Sechcltv B.C. - Ifh; 885,9777  The Finest In  FLOWERS  7   For AH Occastions  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  *! Cowrie Street, Sechelt  7 Phone 885-4455  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOIhJT f ILLING^  j cement' mom>mm  '���      '   by]   lib"      -J  N. SCHOENEVyOLF  Phone 886-2862  FIREPLACES.  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS  "A. SIMPKINS- 885-2132  WATER~SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete, Water1 System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 085-9510  Insured Blasting    '  ,, . ,   -        '   7 : ' '  SIM ELECTRIC VtOi  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - JEtectriC Meat  Phone 885-2062  �� �����;.::  Scows -i��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SAVAGE LTDa  Hekvy Ejqufpment Moving  &Logi Towing  t. ��IGGS  Pftdne J85-44257  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCt SERVICE  7.1    HALFMOON BAY  Emergency and n Jn Emergency  calls. Special rotesjtorbld'Oge  .;��� pensibr ersi.:  b 24HOUR."|lRVICE  1 Phone 885-9927  fc  /  SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  I      '     i -[:.-..-! . -      1 ,  ; .Representing . .        /  Travel Heodquorters  Reseirvatipns arid Cornplete  . 7|    Infdrmatibh  Call 885-2161  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  1!  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  ^Th��| House WithA Heort'l  Eli'jL' Caldwell, Prc^irietor  Box 97 - Scchclt,\B.C.  I TREE FALLING  *    Topping or removing  lower limbs(for view.    -  Insured work from Pert Mellon  to Pender Harbour     ^  i Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VDLEN  isWANSON JROS.  Septic Tank* ond "Jrloin Fields  ~*7; Boekhoe ondi Front End     I  "|      .   "Loader Work I  ^Starcencd Cement Grovel  j  1   Fill and Rood Grovel  ,7     P.honc 885-966* :  .^   X     Box 172-Secheit  7    ���:--���:���  ���   i-��X?' r  7 Frank E. Decker  ^OPTOMETRIST  t       Bal Block-  Gibsons'  Every Wednesday  ;- for appointment  886-2166  ' TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  tor all yoyr heating  j      requirements  4 Oil Co.'s fr^nance Plans  C. E. {Co}) Tihgley  Box No. 4J7, Sechelt  885-9636  885-9332  BRITISH AMERICAN \  : OIL, CO. Itt  Fuel Oil - Gasoline - Oil Products  Wi. AJ'arsons, Agent  Phone 885-2016  Whorf Rood, Sechelt, B.C.  LAURIE SPECK  SHEET METAL LTD.  Oil Heating - Furnaces1  Sheet Metal  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-9961  CM^reh  Wire^tory  *"?   Bethel Bapaist Church  Sechelt,  B.C.  Church   11:15  a.m.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Prayer meotirfg 7 Wednesday  7:30 p.pfi.  Lutheran  Worship  Service  Sechelt .  Home service-*7:$0 : - pkn\  March 8 at the home of Fr4nM  Hall,  Porpoise Bay Rd. ,      j,:  Pastor r Jbhp H. ���; Ulmer, Phi  885-2008   or i585-2027.  Sunday School 11 asm. to  12 noon.  Ml  EARE'S fcOVE SUBDIVISION^    v  Adjacent to Ear^s Cove Ferry terminal on Sunshine^  Coast Highway. Beautifful view of Jervis Inlet. Excel-  lept fishing and;Bjsating. Goodjsfte fobmotel and boat  WAT6RFRC?NT"- I^OTS r^SV'SiCfC?^' f' 'i;3*Vc^T:'r *-r  '"}        VIEW LOTS FROM $1800  G/- down, Easy terms on bdlqnce. Discount^for cash.  TO^o  0.  ���^Madeira Park, 0.C. ��� Phone 883-2233  T  " .:-*->f^      -tW^.,���,*wv*., --^w**�������������  fe  i, w��iii u .11 i��*0 - ft  ���f  ���;..  :-f*��  -i -  1/  - '������V?  ^   "*V.;,.      -V    ;***u  s?  V.,-^'.*i*>��  ���v.  -ci'-.5  ���    . If.���*..  'I I  {-:-  d **"  .    ���   4 '-  &  * "~*"  best  Bridge tournament .  THE recent Bridge tournament in Port Mellon was the  scene of concentrated effort*. ; .  M. Hostlands' win Mrney  Mr.   and.. Kfrs.   M.   Hostland.  THE   winners   of : the   Bridge  S-^Tournament in Port Mellon  were -^"M*.   and   Mrs.   Morris  ."Hp^Clahd; : . , ���"   .  The other participants were  7as follows: Mr. and Mrs. J. S.  "Macey, Mrs. R. Godfrey, Mrs.  1L. Norman, Mr. and Mrs, G. T.  Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.. C. Fisher, Mr. land Mrs. J. Serrafin, Hin*r Mrs. D. Hanson, Mrs. C.  Mrs. W. jDavis, Mrs. L. Blaine. Woods. J. Caider, Mr. B. Mac-  Mr. and Mrs. J. Strayhom, Donald, D. Hill. Mrs. W. Ross.  Mr. and Mrs. Whiting. G.^~Mrs. T. Hennik��^7 Mr. and  Hostland Sr., G. Hostland Jr., airs. W. Welsh and Mr. "IR.  "Mrs.   Wi   Holden,   R.   Tavlor, , Gibson  Mr: and Mrs. J. C Peddle. N. _were very funny is their laid  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 18,1964 Poge 3  ;"--' '  ��      -  Variety and skill i . * ���'- \      __���  ��� hh ^m*******m~.m   .,���^L.. , II -    ^ *  elt family ni  sho^ iA years 7  ONE of the best Farrufy Nights ever presented was sfcced  at Sechett Elementary School en Friday end Saturday  evenings. Recitations .by jHeather Half, Phyllis- Humphrey,  Wendy Walker,.Barbara and Elizabeth Humphrey disptoyed  .careful    coaching    and    good     :���- :���~   delivery, and a special mention ^goes to Carol Baser ffor  her spine-chilling monoiogl  '- Band leader Delia Se^ue  led the -West' Sechelt tiny tots  rhythm band with gusto. ^Dianne Beck and Keith Jaege  ham.! suitably   d/.-fsod " in; a  fancy -ccwfccy   suit.   captur��.-d  the "audience   v. it.-,   his   nonchalance   as   h'* " danced- t7*-* -  chwbe-y tap. --.  Debbie Ea'&i - j- <"���-���**- ir. her  sailor costume d^nzmg i7e  Red,! White ��nd' Zl*e. Lena.'  and | Weady - D-r.-ar_ Linda  Ka:ely.; Jhniz* zt^rK\z-jp ard  Dlace Kreiey '*��"& smirt' ;n  tiie Banana B:.V. f "r.g, sr.d  Shiriv Gooldr-p *>' breathtaking jn. her acrr-ir.:.  d^ace.  Gride ~ sever..- ir"d trit.r  flute-phone, the c-jy; rrr.oir singing 1 "When I "A'i* s- Lac.**  Sharon     Ma'.yt--'i  . banc, and , tr.e  Randall, Mrs. B. CampbelL  Mrs. G Wiren, A. Edmonds,  A. Winn- R7 W. WTiiting, M.  Nygreri, A. MacMillan. J. Fer-  rarrj, L. Blaine, R. Thomas.  Mr. and MreJJ. ffunterr-Mrs.  J. Legh. P.M. Wong, Mr. and  Mrs    J.   Glassford,   Mrs.   N.  Many calls received ,'. . .  SP(-A Presid^nl' takes  action on birdfDi-obfem  THE barge that sank on Thursday, March 5th, and .re-   of the'show. He was the only  "   f  suited in heavy leakage of fuel oil near the entrance    ��ne to "clear-the-human-pyra-  ���to Hovie ^ound certainly gave the 5.P.C.A; a headache.  Calls were* received from Hopkins Landing to Selma  -Park   ahout   gulls" and   coots  time costumes mnging the {old  perennial. "Ouch,-my rheum-  atiz.' -b .���: : I  The-Beatles were ably mimicked��� by Brenda Nickerson,-  Pfayliis Crowston, Wendy By-  stedt and Kathy Scott* with  flinging wigs and hysterical  contortions while singing a  Be*Bop song. Secheit".? own  Elvis Presley, .Randy ,DeLeen-  heer,-was 'a scream singing  'I'm.' All "Shook Up." And he  was. f  The two tumbling .displays  were tops. Sechelt Elemental' boys, Mike Day^ Trevor  Oram, Kent Sheridan. Gary  Lawson. Bay - Sherufan,!' Rob^  in* MacDonald, iCike Corley,  Randy DeLeenheer^ Charles  Carlson, Tom. Blaine. Dave  Ennis and Peter Carey -went  through  several routines, j  Garry Lawson was the star  Campbell, Prillip Tsnothy,  Gilbert Guerrinn, Lawrence  "Johnson.- Danny Loui, Edward  Johnson and Gilbert Joe received - thundering applaiise  from the audience.  Piano solos by Dehra Marsh  and Claire Hague and a" vocal solo by Mary Lamb were  expertly rendered..  Mrs, Lowe's dancers scored  a hit in several numbers- Marilyn MacKenzie was in ^season with.-her Irish tap dance.  " Five y��ar old Rusty Cunning-  accoroioa  ::r '.*' q-iartetie  added -merit to *>-'- s'..o*v^     .  Sechelt G=.dc<   pr-.-s-'-r.tcd a  typical camping fi'^.l  grade   sixes   pu*   ?n   s   fuBiiy  where tne wife fell m-  S--=i      ���>-.':A     '.-.*>  und tr.e    -'-  laic :c  to tSe" trip  .s  her husband. -- *  Stir of the wheiej shew ��-ss  little Janice MuHirtt" for her -  expect baton twiruig routine.  -MC-ifaurice Hfnatfeet kepi  the*"show rolling- smoothly andj  Sedfelt. PTA t*Uet M��od r^~  tans frorr. their candy and  popcorn ��ale_ skid'' wish to  thank all those who. donated.^  that were wabbling about on  the shore unable fo navigate  properly.  f "     t  'In.   one   case   a   coot   was  caughti in a "carton 8L brought  ^to be chloroformed.-In yet an-  Othef. c^se the president, with  the very capable help of-the  resident! of Cresthaven,;caught  lone orijthe beach and it .was  destroyed.   In  other * cases   a  badly i4aked coot was brought  in dead,  and at Selma  Park,  two men "succeeded in getting  ^a coot' 3acte" into the water-i&  j x>n its fivay. Several 'other re-  1 ports   Irom   paints   between,*  told ,pf7tragedy. or ^near . tragedy, but the'heavy wind helped to right matters.  . .j/SheXtresident.contacted the  ;RCMF ps these birds, are projected by the Migratory Birds  ^fPenVen^ori"- Act but could not  /^et7 perrnission to shoot them.  ''He' ttleiai'.telephoned the" Fish'  .^nd Game Branch of the Pro-  ; yincial^'gdverhmentr The- reply-  - came from the Federal Wild  Xife Service by telephone, that  if no other way of dealing  with the matter could be worked out, permission was gran-  ���ted to shoot the birds to save,  . jthem from jdestruction by  .dogs7 eats, , coons and other  predators.    .  This  information  was  pas-.  sed alorfg td persdnswho took -  enough [interest in the^fate^pt  ' these   poor' birds   to   report  their condition-to the SPCA  In future all will know what  to do if oil leakage should  again invade our part pf the  coastal- waters.  mid without toucmng.  Indian residential school  boys with their fluid motion  and obedience to the sflent  direction of instructor Billows "gave -a skilled display-  Johnny Loui. John August,  Gordon Dick, -Norman Hac-  kett.   Roland   August.   Randy -,  " .       ;       Los wlvos* -7  ^ i  FORTY-THREE sections of logs from two tugs, broke up In  "^^the vicinity of Roberts Creek during the night of  March 9. A scow, lost in the same storm, drifted cntQ; tL  beacn near Byrig Boy.  7      ' '������z~~i .    *" "b  T;  J^ALAWHANA  DRIVE-IN  , Selma Park :���  ���--!���'- ���: -  COMPLETE FAMILY AND  . PARTY MEALS TO GO  IChili Con Came - .--  Itolion Spoghctti  Phone 885-2270  'ZX  brOPEN    -.  !. 10 a.m. to 1:o.m.     -  I 7Cio��ed Tu��doy  l^HHni^^nHi>ywwv  ��� ���#  !--?'  I '=:". -;.-". ���".-���: ~ t - " r    -' ^ i'-- " - hf  * \    n .-im n-iLj-q���in���[��� .' i-ii_it i  in "i i T~"^^J*|TM~T^"^"M^*' " ���1"1" '"���J1"F T  Otiier  in rates in rfcturn  and Ij&rt M$llont_  elope 'i|s. enclosed ~  BALLOTS have been received by every  subscriber 6n the Gibsons-Sechelt  Subscribers now have the opportunity [o indicate  'if they favor an slight increase  for free calling between Sechel1  A stamped, self-eddressed en'  ior their convenience. | 1        >  This choice is a serious ojie.lt is riot simple  one of deciding, uDo I make enough calls -qow to  jysttfy the increase in rates?' The increase is  actually very slight and should not work a jhard-  .ship on anybody who can afford a 1 telephone;  making, is. "hfn 1  my community to  No Down  Payment   .]',-���  Oh the parting pains should  grieve me as 1 watch each  dollar leave me.  It doesn't seem to matter how  I've never learned to save,  If, I get it I |hiust spend it,-1  began so-i'lt end it,  For you cannot hear a huckster  in your solitary grave.(  But I'll leave (a host of useless!  junk . to  my   long cherished  t\d phins'offthe     on ope3-5'0"  (the frequency    iheijv-.        , )���������'  ntionfed orouBs se?ms t0 ** inc****"<*.sihg> been Hfc  shal,  havf my  tcn  tubo  nuuiiFu feiuups asj^ed  not  to publish  ceijtain _   ,.     '  le vfclys simply stories involving persons !and   b^T*" *** an ane,ent  because of poor communication.) Andjpoor cam- circumstances   not    favorable    ;frigid?ire,  municationjhas resulted because jef telephone tjolls to the individuals involved.      My-combination stereo, my va-  dnd transportation time and costfb which is ridieu-     Unless there |s a siijsgulai%    Jcuum sweeper too.  n ents with boundaries set directfv bv the ease of  communication between parts. \*j  isolated s'eements we cannot won  len we work as  to any comftion  pnmmns  "I may be wrongi;     ;  but I shall not be so wrong  -s as to fail to say       i  what I believe to be right"  ���John Atkins  ���   New��<  ;'  Suppression  (Lions Gate Times)  interest/mainly because qne-'grjoup \s\ not -yell THE LIONS Gate Tribes has  .enough versed in the problems ja  other group. Many times well irit  and individuals are pulling separi  1 jus in a modern society.  -Actually, the decision you are  Interested! in the progress of  'pay this-slight-extra'cost?"*  '���j... Commtinication is the life  zatidn. Without It we develpj  line of liny oi-gani-  Jnto :isjolated seg-.  exceptional      instances',    ; we   . .. >. j.       ��� ���   --.i ��� nublish    all    thfe    news     But ^y nineteen* eighteen Buick if  Here is the opportunity toifpermit the free fometillies ^^T is a difficult   jl meet the payments due..  flow of, ideas,- to pull us> together into an inte- decision to be nade.  stated vfhole that can work for ouf eommon good. Therefore it i; with cdosidt-  Remember,. in the final a��nalysis^pne part of this erable interest that we iread  irea can only proper as all othlr parts prosper, bf the discussions being held  Mark vour ballot 'yes', ifaen>wafeh our commdn "England on whether or not  * . ^ . 1 (Er* I     ,    ���rtc��.��rc*rt'ri'r*w��T^a chhnlirt ntthheh  progress  ��n�� Double Standard  RECENTLY The Times carried a frpni -page story  .,--- .  which reflects tbe .perennial problem of teenagers or minors and their drinking ex perieisents.  Even a cursory glance through stai tstics available sho\Vs that juvenile (teenage or mi nor) drinking is on the increase; that convictions again ;t this  ���age group mostly come through offences involving  liquor  *,'  . . I     . ..      SOME PROVINCFS are nre^iitiw fnr ivrmini��nj     The  Lions  Gate-Srr.es. re  . ���    " V"^'* *? ^ ^H?" JuUlle     I    ' dnW   lESS ^n^ht ;lf *?rff fleets what is going on abound  drinking Simply illustrates a p rotest against* a re-  gracious living*" atmosphere  gumption. Are we trying to teltoJir kids  re two kinds of people, the kind the)  jjaid the kind they read about and see.qn^scrleeris'i  We are. It's a double standanjr that is he|adi(  dlown a fait highway bf social decline  liquor co,  that then  live wit  If collectors ,do hot   rcposses  [my automatic clock.  He'll never have to count the  days or even1turn a lock.  For   my   hdmf   is   supcr-syn*^  llchronised a combination  sleek, '  The  gadgets cost  me  nothing   ,  idown   plus   thirty   bucks   a  i week.  moment-i-  strainingj society. It is a fac;  irecordjed thjrough  prohibition,, and war{.days that once a hjumarij being  ;is told hje cannot de^ something-he willl '^Bust his  neck" tpj do it, or at least.most healthy, ^ctive,  normal people will. Prohibitio l provef it in Canada andi the United States; vartime "rationing"  saw liquor sales skyrocket as-people! who never  before had entered a liquor si ire. made sur: they  Tgot their monthly ration.        '        ,    j  i .  - Juvenile'- drinking arid t iwartini pf police'  'efforts is largely done for kici s, not pecauselany  problem of alcoholism. The c< ��t is smjall, and the  rewards in^his jwarped way of thinkinj* are >o.big ,  writhe way of being recc"��nizep as, a law-breaker^ f  priatnot--afratd-of-anyone type. Magistrates will]  tejl you that in many cases before them, th&  youngsters are actualljy���for only a  proud of being hauled into courtx   ,  The problem is'ijtpx simple, but there is one  main source from whit i it springs, and that is our  rSresent unrealistic h'qilor set-Up. The B.C. Liquor  Control Board gets most of tht blame,]bpt is is an  Unfortunate fact that tjlifs one-jman "iMiaTd" is not  to-blaine, simply beca,ise it is helples^ and emas-  culatedbThe Attorney-Genenil finds it very con-  venienti to bsue all the orders, direa all policies,  pull all.strings* "and^y;* stay'in the packghound  while thg, mild and agi|jg CoL McBugan takes all  the criticism and all thel blame.1 '   j  Premier Bennett finds it very convenient to  tise the Liquor Control*���'Board'" as i rugrunder  which;ail these unpleasant things'car* be (swept.  - But the pile if getting so big how it begins to  sKoW?";     .'..-.-1 f,,:- ���  The root of the probltgn���not of all its sotu-  4ions���^lies in fhe presentrprovincial law-r.'Our  legal age for drinking is 21 years, which is to. say  that a young person is not capable oT us^ng his  better |udgemfcnt until he is 21. This contrasts  sharply with the*.legal"age for killing . . . aiyoung  person-may join the military at 18, qnd he may  start driving a car at 16; he may drive ��1 highspeed boat at any age: j.  Australia,; Erigland, gndlssome. OS states set  the age of discernment for alcohol at, 18; in many  countries ther^ is nd law as such, *nor are there  statistics to show that their problem is worse, or  even as bad, as lours/ 1       I  ���Sffh.cn the incidence of lawbreaking ilirobs ���  as sharply as our ha<", and, is inithe nrajbrity closely  linked with liquor, it is time [for examination of  the laws which are being broken. Gc|od l^w enforcement and good legislation demand aldose  examination of laws whfcirarj; constaririy ijroken  by a lot of people, for this constant bre akingi could  indicate the law is unrealistic. A highway I speed  Jaw, for instance, of-*30 miles an hoiir wotild result in such a-cageful of speedecs as to shoW that  it is a silly jaw. X  Our socielty is indeed peculiar. We demand  observance of antiquated liquor lawsiiyet ijve are  constantly bonibardedfthroujri books]1 magazines,  movies and5TV and other advertising with the  drivers', licences,  along the same  idea  as  newspapers shbu'd publish  siories involving sex and violence. Some segments of the  press have a tendency to cater  to sensatiohalisni.  But discounting that, in the  case of this  ne'vspaper,  it  is  more than an academic point  whether such nuatters  should He shalLhave by Oil-O-NIatic^  be published- " this machine is hard to beat,  The   truth   is   the   stock   in Though the payments are spas-  ; modic it is steady with  the  heat.     . ,  There's   iin   automatic    washer  and a kindly dryer too,  trade of this newspaper. One  could only wish that all truth  were pleasant.  But  it  isn't.  it.  $ritish Columbia has adopted (In 5-yenr ,drikr a^fe raor^of !Sot tS pl"'s an a" clcctric manglc '4ni!  licenqes with permanent serial nlumbers. More to acti\nties in West Vancouver.     a *housh" ni lcavc && you.  the point would be permanent licence- platcjs. for And, certainly. The Times has How our wo?ld is like a washer  Jl vehicles. Adoption of such a system *i:oa1d f  responsibility-  to treat  the   : ^ ���0 matter-how you try,  ..j* car theft ^ owner.hip-sLffling Ajt.��� *-J*�� ^-"    difficult; t^tey would save a-lot |c?f red tape; twy    But we^ ^eve  e ridiculous Ji ne-  >vpuld.endl once and for all-th  tips and. last-minute rush for  vear.  Minute Mft*-ss;B  facts   with as  much  curcum-  You're bound lo get a-  at   sup-    : and at,last  they Wr  pressiorj   ojf   unpleasant   news   : dry.  tew plates every is\wrong. One way to correct And thc candv  wrOng !~is to  bring   it  to  the  light of the public attention  |g >ou  coated  brainwash makes you think its all  ���f"  ).  This is a  "Most people] are bothered  those passages of Scripture:  do not under, land; but  passages that  wther tne are  good Biblical: prin-, 1 a joke*  g eiple  whe3e' "There   is  noth- So, you'll always feel uneasy if  __ ing bidder, that shall npt be     you're anythine but broke,  revealed" as seen in the stern _,      .     ' X   ���  preachings! of such, a man as Tha- is wh> ,oda-v l m rcs,css  by John the Baptist.   . for0l"ve cashed my monthly  (hey     Certainly the uhpleasimt is     cheflue,  thf S ^l^t"^^^^ ^  ^   I've   made   some  'in** the time it. is ndt even the ...  /^^^ra4d��.--iAf^T^f^^bn^   ����t   it   is   a   , Payments and the salvage  �� large part of the news a great   i from the wreck,  BAXTER is Mlajfcft 29th, and Go >d Friday is Mirch d^tof time. ^ arnounU to scven doHars  |27th," said fc> little girl as she talked to m^rcceatlyT^ Bnnguig  matt^r^ to|��ubhc     S<J , (hjnk   .  Thed she asked^ "Why is Good Friday cal ed *Gocd*?" view '****% way & SS^tiuaa  : . *  (h^i.^i    i. a   XL ��� i     ^..-    , corrected. Suppression of un- And correct this little oversighr  $he.had^ked a bruqal question! ., favorable   facte   Or   Of   facts  pood Fnda^y commemorates th; execution of Jesus which"*do not happen to meet  It on-,a. cpnimon cross over 11>00 years ago. Her with someone's favor,'isa dis-  ��}ieus|ion wjis quite sensible. Why ^sJl this sort of tilling service to the ptiblic, and con-  Gocid'? "   �� '    1 i -��� ' " hrary-. to our baste freedoms.  The -f-Act' isi that Jesus Christ! cbos-; to becoriie ^  in Books  (New York Times)  by paying nothing down.  And a fihJe when  they catch  1  mc on/ a gadget grand and  i new.  It's the latest national pastime  ;   so it'v quite the thing to do,  And .today you can't avoid it  ;   on our credit ridden earth,  So smile and keep donating just  1   ten times thc gadget's  THOSE who fear we have be- i   ***��"��h, ���������    X  come a nation of Philistines,'And assist the finance compa-  i     **     Irtt*.* ���++ *Mn4,AnIa,l ���.!.*_��� I*_ f  F  rfies pave each golden mile,  hufnjin beirtg ju��t as g-e are., whilcl being divine ii the  samii time, i He allowed himself to Aeeome the target of  fvil.ito expjerience real .agony, anMo die for men.  We call it 'Good Friday' beciidse only a- very kood  i jod would do (his for us, a God who cared enough to  ilie for us. Giv^hg his life for us *as tbe ultimate act  i hat Jesus could offer on our behalf. 'j  Because ic^iis made that suprsme sacrifice fojr us, so * lost   in   material   pursuits  jjhe Friday coulijl not be anything tut 'Good*. that  we  trample  on  culture,  _R>v t n t,rai��n���       ! rn*iy take *��me <*omfort from As >ou staggeir on to pay for  c, u-ii *  a    .     b^    u J L ,   the  reP��rt  of ^e  book  pu-     stuff now -ten years out of  St^hldasAn-jJican Church, Seehelt Wishing   industry   that   1964     style.  will be its biggest year.  The j     ,  pleasantest   thing   about   this l       " ���By Ed,Green, Seehelt  prosperity-is that its principal '; * ' \[  spur is a  vast expansion  in :t*~n*���^��*****:**************'  the sale of -books of, educa- i  tional and cultiial value, both 7g_c&r_rPENlKSU_A%����i  hard  cover and paperback.      ���**v*��*u" * "wsuwi^w  PublishoTWednesdays  urn?"  are  . .let a smile le your umbrella  romplaining abcut a  How  The sweet young thing was  itiff ncclraffd sofe arm after a rtfeent weekend  fon-je?" she was asked. .  "We were necking in a-drive-in ^  "Why should that give you a stiff neck and a sore  'We were in different car$."  not  read  .33  as piloted  i. food for thought ing is the grdwth of mind.  made up our mind as to this, what  paperback.  We keep reading about electronic   "brains"   that   squirrel  away a whole library of lore  on law, medicine, science or  any  other subject and spew  forth extracts, neatly synthesized and,printed; on demand.  But happily^ the uncybernat-  ed brain is still eager for enrichment    Mysteries,     West- \  ems,   and  miscellaneous   tri-!  via are selling well but the*  "'growth" element' in publish- *  We learn rather late in life to admit that we do     The   error  of   youth   is   to  know that which we do not kr[ow, that we have not believe that intelligence  is  a  those books we have not reap.'But once we have suhstitute      for     experience,  ���liefiti*' ^*]!le tae-e��or <>'.*��"? is to  .   ,    ..       .   belie%re  that  experience   is  a  ^AndreMaurois substitute for mtdligehce.  at Sechelt >  on B.C's Sunshine Coast:  by-' '  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381 - Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the area from  P&rt Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Joan Ponl/y, Editor  S. B. AUgard.Tublisher  Subscription Rates:  (in advance)  1 Year, $5'-2 Years, S9  3YearsSJ3  U.S. and Foreign S5.50  '********! <*****************,  ~\ Ji��M��Iii.Hi ���.    ** -.1       ���    ,a.a...f  .,  .-j.   ... . /IF,...-..��� -r. ...    **,^-|      -      ������ ������--| 1?-,        - -�� -���    - -��   ,     -.     -������,��-t       *  --   n -    jl  rt_i" -������������-*---nf���  f-  I  Pender HtfrJbour . , X  '-'���-' "-'"-- * - -    "        *     **L"~ - -  -  Gornmunity clLfb reports  good  eas  PENDER HARBOUR community club reports good response  .to their fund raising teas. A tea held at the home of  Mrs. Doug-Fielding, Garden Bay, netted $36. Mrs. J.  Emily of the Boardwalk won the "cake raffle.  Convenors     Mrs.     Fielding, b - ��� r��� -������-"  ���vS?.'  ���J->. &... ���=J-    ��*.-*���  -. "i-4~"."' >* A "*  ���' J -"���- * ;�������* - ����\,  -J-S   w ���,-���&**  The Sechelt Pet-msafo Times, WedXMarch 18, '44 Page 5  Port Mellon News  THE March meeting oi.rhe WiA. to the Pert /yiej.'sn Com- ;  ^munity Church was held cf the hgrrie of Mrs J. Mcnri  ton in Gibsons, Mrs. Mcnton wes a.former WjAl n-emoer^i  The main topic cf the meeting was rcisma furkrJs :c afircy--  casts of painting the church basement end.backer rxms. _"  -JEx   was   voted   to   have   a      r������-^=���������^b-���- l���'  -l Mrs. -Dellar and Mrs.-Love express    appreciation    to    those  i who donated home baking  and attended  despite  the  in-  I   clehffent weather.  working' committee, is-needed  or there will be no May Day  celebration this^year at Pender. .7    Reports -indicated   thai   the  A tea held at the home of    serap   drive   netted  S136.   the  Mrs.   Elsie   raised   $15.   Mrs..  Bill   Warnick   is"   planning   a  membership  -drive    has   progressed favorably.-and a fresh  Doug  Wakefield  Secheli man  to Germany  -tea the ��� Jweek" prior to" Easter    herring saie will be conduct-  in aid~bf the community club.  The   executive   meeting   on  Tuesday  "reported   the   school  ed.soon by Albert Edurardson.  ~. Mrs. Li. Kilborn was appointed   secretary   to   replace  baketess  bage sale. .More ^details, will be ih the mail next  week  to  housewives  of  Port  Mellon. -  It? HOSPITAL  Lhida ifoore has been a  patient in St- Paul's Hospital  for the" past tea .days.- She  would like to thank all those  who visited her and sent.  cards and  well  wisher-  board's offer to lease the com- .' Mrs. J. Whittalter- who resign-  muniiy club grounds for a .ed. and Mike Reid was ap-  token payment of ��1 a year": pointed : to replace Gary  Was turned down. ���L. Thompson. -  ^fsA ^public meeting is called\      A sewing  class, .under the*  for  Tuesday,   March   24."*at .8. direction cf Mrs. Kilborn and  plm. in thecommunity hall to    Mrs. Ray "Lee. has  met with  plan   for   May   Day.  A  good l overwtelmihg success. _-.  DOUG Wakefield, son of Mrs.  Edna";Wakefield of Sechelt.5  is home on leave before leaving- for  Germany, on March.    FB.OK   MANITOBA ^  2S-"'"-;'                              -'.  I ---     "   Mr. ar��i Mrs; Joe'Allan..and  Doug- *nas   just   completed    daughter Melanie frcrr. Eaih-  trainins with the^fLCA-Fi ax    well. "l"-    "   "  Camp Bcrden and is en route     Mrs. A  to   a"   "three-year   posting j In  Germany. ". -   ���    j  He has promised to snare  his travel" experiences with  Tiroes   readers.  --- = ".- \    I  v.tctz&   -are   visaing  ;s parent  s**.d  Mrs. P. Moore of For. hielldn,  BIBTHDAY   7       -*  Miss   Jackie   Comeau   celebrated  her third  birthday oa  March   It.  Twelve little  or.*  helped ' her  ta  ct'.ebrSte   K��r  cousin. Melanie- -A-^ar- trnr-.-!  just I in   t.|ne   from, ^Lctr-v-el,  \*T^ -- i*��i{~.T. --*.Si     W%-*"      .^-.     f'.r* ���  .L/tfS3KAB."K ElIEHED -"  /Tuesday,   evening,    ar.    <7d :  I��sdinarfc was- ctmed _ij i.-*e -  :,ferour-d   bv   the -Part   ";1 ~*  Volunteer    F5re f Qep^rtrr* r.t. '  to tdake. *'sy fzr twines ��*-.*���'  prcvtraeiits   in   Ire   :��r.-.v.  The !b^i!dlng T*.-is .^cnszr-zzi^i  ' arrnzhd   151*5   as ?n*   r-se. cf-  tne  trill   supenrj^riier.-.   T~ s  vl-zs. labauz.. the Lift Jof���zzzst cr- .  igjsal buildings %ha&. comprised the-old towrssit*  :-"t  -OSEr!f ��� Ttt__S"   CLASSIFIED'.  vf  I  i  ���  t _  sunshine: coast  NSHINE COAST   sk #- ~^^4^\ �� ���  sp^^-iib/^^  {.of your business!Iead<  Repairs  ��� "FREE ESTIMATES ���  WILSON CREEK       .  PHONE 885-4466  >fVi###������#����  L & S. Transport Mi* \  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST !  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Cbb  *- *r   -    <?&-?**  **�� iua.  *j5    ���*"��.  ,V *�� JP fjefj.\ *-  A* aliC ft   l _.   ���tit *���"  *- *^*^*^*:w^  A -i    "M^ raw-*.* w.ewTrfiSa^Siii  Wilsdrr Greek notes  your 'Supper off l^e wharf,  find oysters and clams on the  beach, or take a short walk  for blackberries, salmonber-  ries.  or strawberries   in   pfo-  CHERYL BHlingsley, V<  I   _: ,       ,    ���..        . ���    J    Ties.    UJ     suo��^"."?    �������    *..�����  -4-Rosamund JwitpKinsj  ~pcr sea50n*> Tahh? decorations  THE 1st Sechelt'Glrj Guides went on QCamfiing trip to Wit-    can fee picked tor tree  son C��*eek on ^Aarch 7th ond 8th to Co^np Oiave. They}  stayed ot the"hew campsite coiffed si yoy li��m or blue skyj  fine weather.  ;        '    - ~~    "'    **.    ""***"     :----- ��� -i  There is running water, cl-   -Creek is building.a.n��?w. housei  eatric light, shower and bath-    at Porpoise Bay.  rootrj   and .hardwood   panei'-    MEETING TptHGHT  inn around the fire place.. Sat-    1  ^   meeting)  is���feeing'   heldj  urdiiy   afternoon   -the   guides    knight, Manth' 187 at 8  p.m/   eagles,   kingfishers. ;. aj*d   her  hiktrd to "the beach and gath-     .w  the hau. vou,- nRsral sup-    ons. When out fishing tf a sal  'Den*' Jhstrol ojsymb si  Alice Potts, members of _ _        -  derftonstj-ote the symbqfof th^ Delhi (jlonferencie at  Night.  At SecheliK . .  lerie Swahsor  St.  Hilda's Girls At  St Hilda's girl  qtns atjxi!  Gail! Swans jn, and  lf_you cant afford oranges  for vitamin O there7 are plenty of rose* hips here. Tills is  the place to watch the sal-.  mon: spawn or the steeihead  come in.  This   is   the   home   of   the  fish braters,   such   as   otters,  eted firewood. Mrs, CaldwelJ  took them oh ,a nature study  tripf. f-  The cook .patrol 'and Mrs.  Stockwell prepared jroast beef,  green beans, potMoes and.  grajcy. topped witH cake and  cocoa. Visitors intfluded Mr.  and   Mrs.   Allen,  ftrarilyn  Ol-  ixHjory,  family  glis.   Mr}  how   to  A Mass' Er-  ted a hec-  sta|e family1 niciht  LAST. Sa;turdoy. night, March 7th, the 6i|rls Auxj  St iHifda's Anglican Church carried [steaming bowls  of white rise, .exotic dishes of hot curry and b variety of nine  garnishes to the serving table.  - It was family night for St.  Hilda's Church, and the Girl's  Auxiliary were acting as hostesses.  , With the help of Mrs. Fran-  cis^TSKttse,   their   leader,   and  of   answering   genera  ions frcm the floor.  The evening eosiclu  a  fUriutrip   and  an  discussion-group for  e^ts    a|nd    teens.    M  liary of  led with  informal  the par-  eanwhile  ruing an  .s-garjfie playeji by the  hilariou  bays aid girls of lrjd*a.  MORE ABOPT  Annual keport^  from , p age I-  up toJ the $outh Pender Water District.  rR. JU Maxwell has' been appointee [ auditor.  Adjustment 7will   Ifee7   filiade  for summer' timers.  a^x^fey^hechlir^khool  : *fb^r^J^^:!!:  staff, the Grids Auxiliary "-organised   and   &df. the. dinner  and. the evening's/ program on  India.  "pillowing   the   dinner,   the'  girls had a telexision-type^ifi-  terview. describt.ng what tney  . haw  krariitrQ  in  their recent  course of study on the World  Council    of   Churches    third"  'meotmg in New  Delhi, .India,  ' 18t*iL    ��� -.  ":    **|hefyl, BslMngsley and Valerie   Sw^nson  depicted  on   a  fla?melgT*aph   the   background  hist ary' fOi    the    conference.  Heather    Patrick    and    Gail  Sw*aasi>n 1deisrribed 'the   terit-  like bailding--where the public  meetings were held.  :Mice _P<ritts:  explaitied   the  skenboi the World Council of  ffihrurcHes use<l-a ship with a  ���IrOSs for- a- n-iast, '.sailing on  ilvi     sea     representing'   ovsr  trtjtthl^d fimes.  Jfacquie FrankUh and Linda  Hanson    ouUined.  the    three  th&nes of the World Council:*  chfistain. unity,   witness!   and  ^��rv"i(^7JFc��Uowing . the   interview the1 girls did a fine job]  1   quest-  "^il Sunday  ��ir oivn. 26  ijoyed'   this  laving   her  night   have  PAY * TRUSTEES  Oft   a   siiggiestion  Myers --that': trustees  E. S. ilohnstene adv  Feb. to Dee. 8 he an��i his wife  troni   M.  be  paid,  ised froih  hoilrs a  his diary  pent 364  at and feh  RUG CLEAHmG  and DEMOTHtHG  :��oy et Evening App<��  Done Right In (Your  piwtbiloi  *f   RATK tRjEASOM  : Fe�� Free Estimi  Phone S86-!  mrmg  had    iverag.ed    16  "week. Sineej Dec... S  discloses   hh   has   :  hours on th|is projee  it **riaht_ and propeaf that he  be reiiixmeriated)  ���Boarti chatrnian. R. Spicer  felt al board mean >ers shared et[ual irespansil ility and  advised the meetini if Johnstone were paid,' all board  members shou'd be paid: J.-  Canieron suggested all trustees be . remunerated at the  corabletion of the job.    .  "You'd better find another  secretary, then.** stated Johnstone "I've forfeited my own  work to,-do this p.4oiecL Last  February, 1^ trustees grave a  negative ' report, lit] 'it. hadn't  ? beeit'-for:somebody/ taking the .  \ project .in hand ^a would not  '\ be at 'this jsoint -hew.''*  \ ��� A   spea"k(er   irohj   the   n��or -  "'���a��re��ed thi^g-s srsjrled to move  after Johtiktone' jjawjk over. J.  Cameron .gender** a voxe" of  .^hanks to7the board and Iraoy-'  ed remune'faUon !(>e left to the-  board itself. ���  som   artd~ Wendy  Alferi   showed   the  hiake fuzisticks ar.  ica! Ball denionstrs  tograph. ������      I  There was a nw{|"-up at 9:30  and weiners were toasted over the fire. ���  I  Next, moming , Mrs. ��� Allen  took the "whole I camp on  scouts pace (half j walk, half  run) around the gjrounds "and  hospital cotfage. al total distj  ante of one rnile. f  On compfeubn Af th^ cour^  se, nine guides 'jtakring the  test Were obliged jto also de^  liver a message wjithovn huffing and puffing.  ' There was a spe  School class of th  "people    in   all   ej  weekend camp.  Our Marilyn,  first night out.  been homesick butifor the fact  that she had been In the camp  on several previous occasions  when helping hep'"dad with  the stonework of 'ihe fireplace  and wishing-well.  '  Af one time in the past.  there was a Guide Leader at  Camp who used tc swim daily  to White Islets and back. Another Guide Leader. Mrs. Don  IVUwday. used, to farry a 70-  pound pack on h��r bac*k thru:  the trackless juifgle of the'  Bffi coast. -   I  LIKED MAGAZINE' ' ' ' ''b  My sister Mrsl Marguerite  Sutton, who tauaht school in  Sng-land for man*' year%j^t*  ed j the com.pc sitions and  poems which were published  in the Davis Bay ^School magazine caHed Short- Wave^Shje  has taken them ho her- class  at Norquay -l-Scfcfeol. in \^aR-  couver, so that ���Jhey may get  some "inspiration! from  them.  TIMES POPOI  ' Babye Anne ife. trying now  f^sisr but spits sjipst ofl.it o^t,  because it is t��^  on Is requij-ed- Plcjase comet  [or an hour ^r-two. I  IRD EATS:GAT r  Everyone knows that eaM,  Is ill birds. But where, except  on the Sunihine Coast, are  you likely to see a bird eat��  Hg ,a. cat? fhe cat was run  idoWn by a Inocturnal motor-  'i:;l_ Next mhrning the eagle  vas fulfillmjLp"*^ faction of  ilfeeeping   o'urT highway   clean.  (GOLD MINE  Recently liny husband met  a' man who 'would be willing  to retire herje but who is af*  nid 'that' he i wouldalt be able  ���tii find enotiigh"to do to oc-  ciipj- his tiriie. He is sd im-  bksed with tetty living that he  eiin't appreciate the superior-  itjy of IVilson Creek.     'a  Where else is there an unlimited water supply with no  s -tinkling restrictions, where  ofxe eaa~=bui!d without, peril sits, do business as he wishes  and discover, innumerable op-  j orturtities? 1 It hardly seems  tossible thajt we are but 25  riiles from -ithe, city yet can  l>ave out? dsj>ors* open, Kevs in  <ur vehicles} tools in our gardens and Walk without fear  of   roadside! murder,  Wliere  eiie  can  you  catch  mon jumps into your boat you  will not be establishing a precedent. There is niuch driftwood in this area, which is a  constant source of pleasure  to many.  $ven Hansen, working for  my husband %ese past thirteen, years, was standing in  Chapman Creek at low water.-  I ask^d, 'if this were in Denmark'what would they do?'  The, answer was quick. It  was a go-old mine!';  TEENAGERS  With the population explosion; will come increasing demands for food. Even at the  present time there is a living in this area for a number  of people who might like to  grow strawberries in volume.  The late .Mr. Risby, of Mason Road, produced several  tons^ of berries,j&nnually on  his,nice .pateiTcf British Sov-  eT^iins.  Plants must be fertilized every! year, rotated every several years and kepi clean.  Children will pick the fruit  on ia poundage basis Customers .will come to you.  ��� At 'Wilson Creek the wild  strawberries are plentiful, indicating that, this is a natural b  area for them.  Sunshine Coast  Hospital Improvement  district Mo. 31  NOIICEDF  NNUAL GENERAL  MEETINGS  ^    h-er. Lik*-. x  "some people are! so inV  mature   that   tht'y   don't   live  anything new, silch as our lo  cal   paper.   One  she would not have it in her  'woman- said  ek her hits-  -qui^t,, smoke  ih the wood-  she ex-phjin-  SECHELT KiNNETTES  Maf-di  faski^^  2��tk - S:0��.-ubl  S^Aelt Legion Hall  fi  Adnii^sion $1.00  Foshlorjs 'by "'"Trie Toggery--'  Jewelliy ,by |'Chris's  PROifETS TO  ReftfeshtttepH  i T>*is Ad Sponsored tiy "Mot  Jewellery *  HOSPITAL FUI^D  Boar Pri*e  gans; Men's Weaxl  ���house.   Each  "wt|  band   enjoys   a  and the Times.  - shed.  Last__Wednesd;y* his 'neighbor was coming i"P\the drive,  so he might jo:ri ts-e^ wood  shed party. Lo  there she was. w  and her hand  -back. When askl  have ysu there?'  ed .that; there vsja^ something  ia .the  Wilson -tfereek ' colunia  ./which phe just [pad lo 'knoi*N  .about.  OF INTEREST  Mrs. ��� Hazel Gntchell and  Mrs. Don Haukl visited their  brother and: father, Mr. Mic  fcy McArthur who is 'seriously ill i|n Shaugt  al  " 'Rarbara.  BettJ-   and: Phyllis  Humphries. Ca.ri|oi Baser, and  Wendy   Walker.  Mrs.     Cri-tehe-i.  too&   part . in  progranv ��� j  Jaan    Hague." whij>  .had    a  motorcycle  -acciUeni.-- is   now  \\  .nessy- Hospit-  students   of  succexsfuliy  i-'armiy   Night  home trom hasp  Mr. J. .deKtee  wife   -from    Wejii  visaied the delil  napoy  CritchelL' %   Mail:  March  'lo  and  7!ichael Jacar-  son, age 12, Ma:x-h .17.  Denny     Augt 5t��:..'. Wil son  al..  senior, and  Vancouver  family _'  v  "      G.  J-irtbdi.y   to   Mr.  8    *"-'-by-n '     Bos^;  In the four Zones off Sunshine Coast  Hospital improvement District No. 31 to  be held at the following places and dates:  Tuesday, March 24th, 1964  Granthams Coiii*munity* Hall  ZoqeU-'b;  Rflonday, March 23rd,  1964  Gibsons Elementary School Hall   -  Zo$e 3  Thursday, Inarch  19th,  1964  Sechelt Elementary School Activity  .Room H  I Zone! 4- ���'��� h  ^  Friday, March 20th, 1964  Madeira   Park-JElenientary  School  Sity Room  ..."       ..     7   \   ."���     '    \'^  Sings ?o begin aS 8 p.m.  FRANK WEST,  ���   ��      b   Secretary  V  ^  m,.niaiii-.V'.'"i n".~i f'jy"  'Dm ii'f"!)    ��u-y��wwiia."."������i..;��ni.!��';w��"'t,'nMiiiii  ii    J'vi.i'^yi"r^^\f^c\\"9'"ii��<0i��. rwm""f,'",��SS*w'Xflt'[  ������"l'>.**3lllPTC IE', ������������fiji    ' "J.���JWU ��������<,'-��&���   'JJJJJjI'ffl1 The Sechelr Peninsula Times, Wed.,, March IS,1964 Page 7    pen Era��� h '"'"��� ��-2 t-.** L*-.->-  -. ~~        "^ ��� ;   ;'    : j      '    1       ~ '   "    i -       " ies   Aux.li^rj # :~   Erar.rr.   IvS  Gibsons social notes ���bb -��-  beaeh waiting todie of exposure.  *���"��. - -*r:-  ���By Doreen Crosby  THt regular meeting of the Gibsons Hospital Au&iliary was.  r . held March 12 et the Anguccn Church. Hell. Six new  members joined bringing the total membership to 41. The  proftt_from the Smorgasbord" and dance wiH enabie the  the   suxibarv   to   purchase   a I    ���������   =��� Helpless duck  A. HELPkESS oii-scaked'ducit" flounders" on "trie Gibsons   the coming Fashion Show te!  Diathermy    Machine  will cost $SQQ.    ~   -1  FASHION SHOW  Plans   are   being  Oil-sodked grebes - "*. ���\  OIL-SOAKED grebes, durcks, and cormorants recuperate  on sawdust fry a shed provided by Smltty's Boat Rental  and Marina of Gibsons. Mr. Montgomery's biology class  rescued the_birds on the Gtbsoris waterfront.  MORE A**>OUT ... =r~^  Oilrsoakedbirds  from page 1��� b    "  that salvage is impossible in  that depth, but says checks  will be made to assure there  is ho^ futher leakage.  Beaches  are "coated with a  heavy film of this tar-like oil  and sea birds from Ron K?si-  lon to Seehelt have, been  ported as dying from its* e">  fects. "  be held^ od "April: 15 at^SruCI  pzm. in Elphinstone Sechhd-I  ary School There! ^cilibe no]  advance- ticket sales this year.!  A new idea., of-paying .at thef  door w31.be tried Out. TheJ  eost will be TScf- for adults!  and 35c for children.   " I  Proceeds  from  the   Fashion^  Show    will    go   towards   the*  furnishing of s room in "the.-  new .hospital        : {  The fashions to be shown*  will be from Marine-- Men's  Wear. Thriftee Btess Shoppy  and- Todds^Drygcpds.   t Z  " Candj^ariii be sold ansi any-*  one wishing ..to donate Jcandyl  please- contact Mrs. F. J. WB~: -  lis at Port Melloi. phone ���34-7:  5345- : ;  -:-.   I ;  that the Smc-key Stover Revue is cammg to life again with.  _a few new additions- The time  is   ��  pm.   and   the   place" is  Gibsons School HalL The cost-.  is SI .50 per person. "Come and'  have a "Bail** with, the Firemen. '(  Coffee and sandwiches will  be sold���all proceeds go, towards -the Firemen's Fund.  TO  FTJR5CISH ROOM  The - Royal Canadian  Le-���  donate $*!-X'  NEW ASSIVAL  Of   interest - to   frier**   -?��  erly   cf -H-zpkir^   "La&rLr.**    is  thc-   arrival   cf   a    bihy   r-.*L  Heatner Z.yar.. born M*.c7 5"  in Vancdtiver.-Jc.tn �� ar.s..-.;-�� ���  .mg.LeC'for  a   te&Uiers  w-"  gre-e.       }��� -    -: *    *  846-?I92 MU 3*1393  j    REIOS    !  "-Moving &~ Storage Co.   .7"  LONG DISTANCErMO-VTNG^  -   FiiHy Frcncr.fed  992 Powell Street,  " I Ycncea*er ";  ��� ���.".  ���  x-i  .       t  "Si}  f.fl  -'  .**-  SALES "GOOD  ^Coffee sales a:  i*Z*tit   *^^*7^T2**\Wt  is 3ingos  h-.vt  ve cone weu far  Ofiicers^elected  SIT.  ELPHTNSTOXE  chapter.  Order, of�� DeMoIay.  elected  - officers   for"   the   next.   term.  Elected   were  Peter_Emer-  son.   master  counciHort  John  Smith,   senior  councillor  and  . Ken Preiss, iunivs^iouncillor-  Heather* Garlick  was  elected  chapter sweetheart-  Installation will take place  ch 2S in the Masonic Hail  commencing at 7^0 pan. Tne  public ii cordially -invited.  tne auxiliary and the  no's* able to purchase--.  fee um    "       '    r  are  NEXT MEETING _   11  The  next "meeting  of  Gibl -  sons' Kosjxtai. Auxiliary . will -"  be held-on April ;9 at the Anglican Parish. KalL New mentr  bers are welcome      - - "       i  FIHEMEN-S BALL.-.   -'  Big plans  are-: ceznz  made  and there, is bound to Ce loads  of-   laughter next    Siturday.  March 21 when {the. <xibsons  Volunteer Firemen 7 sta^  their   BaiL   It   is- Understood-  FIRST OF THE SEASON  X\    - at"-.   '   J-    . '   : b  BILL'S AUCTlQH^koQM  Korth RcL, Gibsons, B��C��    j  iC  SAT^ MAR. 21 st -2 p!%  *1f yc-u.heve len-.thing to'se'l Prdne E8-��-2_SCfe fce-  ti��*-e���n"5 G-m. czrui B p.m._7 govs c >��-eek. Houiehc'd"  Goods ��� A'Host Of Mlscs'fcneius ^*Vtides|��� A  'RS4:,  Good Olr-rort Go^fen TVcctcr   With- pises,  Pfcuch, Cultivator, And^A Lcrw-Ttcilev- For HCuInc  .-On Tne Beck flrr Excellent Corsdit.crw-..I-  S_  BEFOJIE THE AUCTION "COf FEE" AT THE  ".-7 7     f!MARINER CAFE"     , 1   \-  .  -1 :'  - * J'  .' <f_'  a V  ���frl  <-. "  I  r  Htttfttli'tttr'tt-tttttttitfttffrtitt  <sv>  irmuii&Tz?*tsiJi%  I  I  I  1  I  * i  *���*  1  I  I  7*  MARINE ENAMEL  Forgloss -Finish  2.54 ot    %M  GM."  ANTIFOULTNG PA1MT  4iCoral"  3.10 *��� 11.1S  G-L  AMMUtMMMyM-UUUHMWMVM  4.6$  "V3dng  Qt.  l^vMMwwwiiiwiMvtiwmn  At Garden Bay - SS3-2253  /youfi DO BinER AT tiOYDS'  ���< k  *.j  .'  - :-  �����  * J  H'  t  ANTIFOUUNG^f-AlNT  . '*  ���  -  : ���-*  ��� ���  ':*.**  -'���-i-  ���'ift  -'3i.' ,1  *.  !i  i  ,'i ���  _K  !���'.:���#  ���;i ���"  ���L  *.*��������  .-��� -~��  ... -'  ;���';���.-  'Z'Xi  11 " ��� i  _- .*,,  ���������-  .!���:������  PqfleB The Sechelt Peifinsulo  Times, Wed., | Morch 18,  Bu  1964   B  Tfce  Thul Times welcomes opinions from ijeaders.  but doc I not necessarily onrlee with ths^e expressed.  8rcvif\| is a virtue which ihbuld not be'overlookefl.       ,__  All letters must be signed by thejwriter, although a pen-namo  *" may be used fioiJ mthlieotrien. ,  wss&ssssmssm��  TVfO CLASSES of ��enfta\ program  bys an Friday to^visit the stock  an and Mr. Montgomery  ���j-By Die ne Turik  studentiTbonrded the  market exchange. Mr.  accompanied! thel 45 students.  Nancy IngiiS/Ond Sherwood Hayes spok'e a���'��� Monday  about their trip  morning assemb  serpbly. t ���   |  Tuesday night the badmin-i  ton toura&ment between"'Pen-1  den and "Elphinstone was host-]  ed I by the Future Teachers'!  club. A special thanks to Mrs.i  HeVcus; sponsor of the FTC. f  7-**fhe Biology 91 class tookl  htirsday afterndn off to res-f  <? the , oil-laden ducks. Mr.i  fdntgom,ery phoned the Stna-  .�����-/ Park*z;oo> keeper to obtain  information on the care and  feeding of these birds. -About  birds' have found new  hobie's in Gibsons. This caused a great commotion���there  wtre reporters from CBC tel  to the Liegis  evisioa.   Vancouver  ers, and the Titnes  The  ative os-  Garbage disposal  Ejditor, The Tines  ! Sir���*-I was. * resent at the\  gprbago disposal meeting held:  in Selma Park March 5. This  seems to be a inyeli needed  project,, but t sholild like to  know what kin | of a disposal!  field is planner.' and how far  .aiway it -will be placed from  residenatial ar bas. Maintenance costs are heavy in sanitary fill. In the case of open  fjll. it will be d ifficult to bum  EADEpSWiGHT  too,' honour  honour was  was given where .  due. Thai used to '"  be   a  standing   rule', too   but  evidently  ihe   Sechelt   gang  have decided that they know  more about  International  X believe  in .the dist.  gymnastu  ing  oh  Friday  indoor track rnetjt  The   "junior grades  competition   in   the  while  theirs  Rel  newspap-  m was bounc-  whtjn  another  was held.  held their  morning  ades held  oon.  ejxeept early in  Will be in the  forest area.  I was a resident o��g!  Hy Lake water-]  years,  and  up  we    aroalgamat  town of Powell  ,an  open  fill  *v  pnber-  district for 12  to -td'50- when  ed with the  River, we had  mile  behind  and qtherMnter-houke corrtpet-  wererheld. fTIpe unojffie-  he  h'6Uses  the senior g  in the shorn  iy 'r&ces,  obstacle races, ~-^| ^^ had ��  str0ng fence  ition*j  ial   standings  for   i  were:  fires  spirit  Bobbers,  Sabres,   Spit-  and    Mustai gs.    Good  was shownsby all.  our   house,   which   covered   a  targe area of t leared jjround  Jeen-of-the-we  TEEN-OF-THE-WEEK, Karert HansJn is q-grade   1 student  !    at .Elphinstone secondary school on university program.  She participates^ many extra curriculair activities. Karen  is'proud fa be president of the high sjchool Red Cross which  l^st week raided over' $85 to  purchase a home-for ii 'deserve  ink Korean family. She is it  member' lof the Elphinstone;  ski clubl cheerleaders anc  ti^asurerjof the newly foranj  C*d Kyselsa Hi-<C, and teache:  Ss tnday   schooL-  K{��*coi*v5~Tuture pians. includ  psychology 'major at Vict  ftria University or at one o  tiie other- new universale  stion to. be built. She wantk  to. be a teacher. Karen's im  nfediate�� ambitioob is to pas  the Easter exams Swhioh be-  Eta next, week. To 'ihis enc %  bhoks are out and ti*e mid  iifight oil is being; burh^ t>  earn a few7re<��nimendat]ons  to* maker June idepartbheirttajs  a bit easier. And the other |s  hlef wisk^t07keep:her- driyerjsi  license iongi enough to pass  '' :.'. I,, : - , ���     '"��� ��� ���.-"���"������������ "4���  and a locked gt  On windy da  smell, also plen  then bears* tl  road leading to  almost as much  as the dump  jhauling their  'out, found th{  so the road are  get  Such item  debris from cot sjfructibn jobs,  old paint cans, anri plumbing  fixtures littered Ihe road.  I  spoke  of "(his mat-tor" at  ssses  fron  |md sample pages fr^r^i jwOrk-  jooks showed typical! *'new"  nethods ^n this subject.     ��.. 7-  GEORG2 COOPER.  Sechelt! Elementary  it than the Lions  I am the  ict who p  only ono  jrsonplly  �����  the day"as it,  middle   of  a  te-  y^s we got the  ;y-cf sea guiis,  en   rats.   The  the dump Had.  garbage on it I  itself.   Peopler  extra   garbage  gate   locked,'  was the tar-  Principal,  School.  )t in\ lava  ditor. The Time^ -  SlrV-A few words about the  kionsXciub.  It  is one Of  the  liard and fast ru les of Lions  thternatiorjal   that   the  membership fee must be paid Jhe-  fpre anyoW is elected to any  iWffice in  tiie club.  The local  i club entirely - ignored thist go  ���itiey startdd off m the wronK-  , f|>ot by making regulations of  I their own1. I an\ sure you will  (agree with me th&t no, club of  ' any consequence Vlectl its ot-  I ficers     from     jus^t     anyoni*.  1 Whether   a   legal   rt*.cmber  or,  nf?h '   i       L        ��'  ,   I The Charter] Night Banquet,  wL'as held; at Gibions. <$tthy is  , it' that Ahp chief commissioner  , there  wa^  ignored  wheh  the .  I choice (wqsf made for the  son   to   give  welcoic>.  khe '. addressx  If \\& w��is not available surely the editor  publisher of tho nowspapet-  there wa4 next in lihe. Failing that the senior Past President was surely the person to  ask.       .   j  , ��� ������  I organized a Lion/ Club in  1937 in the east and was its  first   president   so   V have   a  Thursday's  met1 ting  and was j Past Pres dents button. It kag  With  Mr.   Mac- i the custom the'n :that. all Fast  knew Melvn Jones.'the founder  of  the   club.   He  was  a  wonderful man. I feel:sure hp,  must'-have turried!over in his ,  grave    last    Saturday    night  ifchile the  janquet was being  held. Melvitt founded the first,  club in 1917 and ivas described as the j'reat dreanier-thin-  ker-builder leader-doer.  Needless to say I will not  be! a member of the Sunshine  Coast Lionfe Club.; 7:  [ B.  L.  COPE  Roberts Crjeek. B:C.  Emerson is  DeMo'ay head  PETER Emerson, master councillor elect, and his officers'  will be .installed by members  of Crbw,n chapter,: order of  DeMality. North Vancouver,  at a public ceremony on March 28 at the Masorfic Hall,  Roberts Creek. The general  public are cordially jinvitedi  Last Su iday. three cars ; of  DeMolay boys accompanied  bj? their chapter dadi>. Bill  Rankin ind. Ross Gariick,  made a trip to Mt. Baker for  an afternaon of skiing. All  hid an enjoyable day.  /as old cars,  ^  o bf t  nd church  not  satisfied  Donald's reply  paid   to   have  hauled away there would be  no need to haul  From what Fv;  past, extra ghrl  paid  extra   for,  that if people  their   garbage  it themselves.  seen  in  the  age has to be  such  as  olid  cars,   and ^building  materials.,  The possibitity of local fills |  ���:5��tr..-.*  only  :ity test.  "Life ;". ij?  mak* iC-lsays-Kai  is busy' inaking  and interesting.  what you  en, and she  hers   useful  ending up as  is a possibility  be examined .#  fore we commi  R. M.  Selma Park.  Success  Editor.   The   Ti  Sir���The-   visi  sefrving. at   wo  haveaputlined  whicb) should  ry closely- be-,  ,- ourselves, i    l  THOMPSQN,  Presidentij and their wives, if  with thetri,1 worei-given.a table to themseJve:: right near  the head i tablfe. In this case  nobody knows how many  Past Presidents Were present  at the banquet, they were: en-  torely ignored tojo. I was ialso  for just pver two years' the  Secretary_LOf the (largest -Lions  Club in the west end of'To-  .ronto and! have attended more  than one! charter night banquet. Those banquets were  conductedj in a very different  way to the ortejast Saturday,  and a much-moire sincere way  sW&KINj"*".' Rebekah Lodge  No. 82 will attend a church  service it Bethel Baptist  Chuisbb. SecheH on Sunday,  April ^2 ��it ll;15 a.m.  Beatify Salon  Ev^lyii Hayes  Above Post Office  Cutting and Styling  Tucjdoy tb Saturday 9-5  ' "Your StairwayVTo  Hoir Beauty'- "\  Phone 88S--9525  17th Annual  Madeira  Park C|>ram.  Hall  MARCH %  !��� :  %���  t.i  mes  iting   for   ob-1  rk   at   Sechielt!  Elementary    School    brought:  170 adults to tie school.  . The mail* purpose of visit-J  ors*   day-~to  s*e  children   in  regular   classw ark^-was   suc-I  *ccssfutly accomplished- by ihe  good assistance of parents *md  ���iChildrenx    , .    t, !  A display of [education mat j  erials wasxset up in the window   of   Parklr's   Hardware.  Judging   byV the   number    >f  scqool   newspaper'   bought,   it  . le a copy, bind the lessisr  number of saiifple arithmetic  tests   taken  for "which   there  ' was no charge, the display  was closely inspected by a  gotid number, cf pebple.  Spring  }t  the  display  s  Arithmetic').  Alw ���1  Fishing  Hunting/  Freight  Air Taxi  PHONE SECHELT  Air staff Maliifeiiaiie  Contract  i r    '  Sightseeing  Timber Cn  Ftying  -j-^.k  ."^fri^^^-...-  i  845-9  ours  X.  sing  Air Anifiulknce  gTO AND BOOK  FLIGHT  ��~&m$sieikK.--:4&&w-   -.s.wi^^>^*^'^��-^>^^r-'t--^.^!fe-'^  �����-��*..<?��4'  ion  Suddenly  ft5s Spring  AND NEVER  HAVE FASHIONS  BEEN MORE  7 "b ���-      '*  flatteringly  '���i  Feminine  Come And See Our  Smart New Fashions  COATS       *   J SUITS,      ���       DRESSES  BLOUSES        ���        ACCESSORIES  SLIMS AND MATCHING TOPS     "   '  .,,--'.    All In The New Bright Colours  ALSO NEW "EASTER HATS"  LAOPS WEAR and MLLINERY  Sechelt 885-2002 Gibsons 886-2109  t     " * -^.- �� ���    'r ���; '|  j  5,  I  i  "1  H  '2  ��� %  t  i  4  J'  3  ���?  i I  ���Mm  .. IrtTr E*��$5��eif,3gj3*^  -?i''      '' -    i'^.t.-'r-.v.'VJJ--.   ��� .*-'. J ���-������... ���..-.-������-   ���.        .     .   ���    ���������������       -���������������..������������;       ^���:���- j...^.*-.-    11  ��    H    ��  - ,  ���By Roy Nestracn  ONE* day last week, a man whom I had never-seen ipefore  7 stopped me on thestreet and asked me if I happened  to be Ray Nestmah. He said he recognized me from the  picture that had appeared on my column at one time7 After  I made sure he wasn't armed,    ��� ���.���'��� ���  ; brouSf  I wife  'left  carry  I confessed that I was Nest-  man and asked htm why he  : cared. - :  "My wife," he said, "thinks  : you are a louse.** "So does  mine," I^said. "My^wife thinks  you are cruel and unfair." "So  does mine," ,1 said; "but do  you ever think that maybe  | people are sometimes cruel  find unfair to me?"  V'Yes, possibly," he said "but  she doesn't  see  it  that  way.  1 She Ithinks  you   should   take  i steps|xto   be  less  critical" and  1 start being a little more help-  ! Jul*:  I     "\Vhat\sleps  do  you  think  ^should   be\ taken   to   correct  this     horrible    misconception  your >v;ife has?" I asked. -~  "The   first   step,"   he   said,  "wouH be into the pub. where  we cfculd  have  a' small  beer  : and talk this over." "That." 1  ! said, "meets with mv approval."   i ;>    :  .   It   Liter  developed  that  the  rnan  disagreed  with- "his  wife  about my character. He didn't  say  tl is flatly,  but  gave  me  the  impression  that-.5  wasn't  really / such  a   bad  guy  after  all  (I  wajj"  buying  the bc��r^���  and t tat *U'onien always-stick -  together.   \ Anothen    round  lit out the fact that his ?  was   really   a   crab.   We^-  hen   and . I - decided   to  on   being  critical-and  being! a louse, *  A lip of the old top-hat to .  ! Secht It  Motor Transport  and  ; their drivers. I was travelling  to    lyowell    River    Saturday  I night!* when   a   pick-up   truck  went! off the road and lipped  over just a few hundred feet  i in front of us. The bus driv-  I er,  Al Jamiesonr-stopped  the  1 bus right there and we went  i to. their assistance immediate-  Sy. We were able to get t.hem  out   of   the   truck , and  since  SMT carries a well kept first  hid kit on the buses, a nurse  v?ho   was " "passing"-"by   could  ! dress  the  wounds and make  the injured more comfortable.  Bob Ctuuiingham was john-  ny-on-the-spot    when f called  out   with .his   ambulance.   It  does one's heart good to know  that there is always someone  around, to help in such emergencies!  Being prepared like this and  giving the very best in personal service are some of-ihe-  reasons why Mr. Lawrence  has been so successful.   _  DEAR MOM:  Mary* did it again. She washed all my .undies the other  day and she must have 1 put  something red in the washer.  I am now wearing the most  beautiful '/baby pink" undies  you have ever seen. What  with this and trying desperately to collect on my insurance with her cooking, Tm  not sure what to do. H~you  still have* that spare bedroom  please save; it. I don't know  what she is trying to do to  me, but I may bfe home-yet.  v*���Love, your son, Ray.  NOTE TO SUNSHINE  Thanks  for the cream  and-  sugar. How did you know I  was talking about you? With  your .'smiling   fa|ce   I   could  drink it black. "r'T~"  MAY DAY ,  :   To  Be Nor. Not.-T^ Be��� It  EVANS CANDY  BOX  Secheit 885-9646  FEATURING   .  Th^ FAMOUS   '"  PaulingJohnson  CHOCOLATE MELLO'S  CHINA GINGER \  MARZIPAN FRUITS  would appear -that ho group  is interested in. taking over  May Day. It seems a shame  that in this day and .age^ that  -there aren't a few people who  oouid get together, and make  a day of this.  What's the", matter with^. the  business   men   around   hers?  . Could they not pitch  in  and.  see to it that - the children^  have the opportunity of en-'  joying -this holiday? If v.-e  have any jjatiiotic blood in us  -at all, we'should knew that  this is the Queen's birthday  and the. children shcald not  let this be forgotten.  Surely a-little effort oh the!  part of a few businessmen or \  organization Could make this j  worthwhile- 1  THOT OF THE WEAK : i  - A man owes a lot to a gar- j  den spade. It "at least gives I  him one place _ where he can I  put his foot down. I  Poster prize winners  THE     Secr-elt-   PTA     F->-.-r  - -prises ! f^r  *Fi.*r.".r__ :"*>._ -.: .  posters which wis i,p.*r. l-- *:_-  dents   in7 Sevhelt   E>��� tr.'.*:y  school   frorr.    gzad*.<    4    :.    T  have  "he-en   i,-ni-.-no*d    F~ -t  Even back in .the Stone j  Age. " when women wrote j  down._ their ages, they were j  chiseling.  -" "        _ I  The Sechelt- Peninsula Times,. Wed., Morch Y8~, 1964 Page 9  Musis exam;  "  results iir b"  PUPILS: of- Mrs- Betty Allen  all .obtained   favorable   results in the Royal Ccnserva-  . tory   of   Toronto   theory   srzd  piano exams. Results were:  Piano, "grade IQ. pass. Shirley Haddock: theory, grade I.  .first . class honors. - Decra  Marsh:" theory, grade 2. honors. Deborrah Dockar; history.  grade 5.' first class honcrs.  Mae Freer.  nzes 0... cr.-1- c.^-*  r-c   -k. :  ^-S:  ana'   one prize?  ct  : -swarded 1  u ��.-..i  ~ecor  as   follows:   prsde   -4,   D:  iierastreet  F-;an  G.r7  USE     TIMES     GLASSfiTSD  i3cry-_ gnii-  Xenzie.  5    Alan        lit-rz^tz-.-i t:  -grade   Tl   b:v ��.    M.kf    Cc- v-y*  "and   Robin   ilur-Dcrjii" Cl -.:  Bcoth and"Ell:.::-T.-un-.ar.;'_. j  grtide 7 f iris. Karen. K---rs..u-t-v,  " Rita Ofis.       " "ft--.  Between Gibsons, P6rt Mellon and Sechelt        By now you should have received your ballot offering  you the opportunity to vote on a plan to end toll charges -on  calls between Gibsons, PortfMeiloii and Sechelt telephones^  - -. - - t 1 j- ��� i  Instead of the; toll charges which now apply, this free-j  calling planVouId result in ajslight increase in monthly ratesJ.  This plan would not go into effect until late 1965 and the new  rates would not become effective until that time. i  A decision mitst be reached now, however, so that the"  necessary engineering and install/ation of equipment can be  done. _ - : _   - |   \ ��    7  Please vote carefully. |  ":��  -:S  'A  ' ^��  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY  xk  msm ���S2^R>5S��  -V* l*1    "���   l-     J   i *  .^���^-^.^..  t.*-.i,l; A?>.!.�����-***���..   ***i.fl'i. "��������� ���i.j"LV..,-ji'  *..���-���'J. ���-  -' *.,^.l...^-.'.tl. ..I-. 1,1-.. to  ^    ^i -"rfi. ,**a  a.   aii.t.. rfi il.ff n  .:</  Pige 1 QrTfte Sechelt Penigsulb  Send resol ution  Ma^^.^  TintosV^^ Motc^S, 164  (A R��Sc��uTlbN to amend Section] 150 (amended) j>f the  Criminal Code will be submitted by the Sechelt P.T.A  tc  the- B.C. IParent-TeacherbFedebtion.  The   resolution,  sponsored by| Malcolm Mactavisfy o teacher |at Sechelt  elementary, is- in opposition; to  ihe resPlution concerning ob-  iehity and censorship as de-  Jiied in section 150 (amended of the CriminaTTCode, approved by the 6CPTF at their  ZM ^"Cpftverrtic r|. -,  I'Mactavish's ' !  res Ol ult ion  ���t  *  7  --  .. *"  *��  V-  bb  . f *|I.*-H .��� �����  U  in obscenity? Adults.- What  1 hey.don't ptrkiupfrom listening /to snatshes of dialogue  7rom behind eloped doors .they  pick up fromrthe so-called ad-i  vertising beamed out over the J  iiirwav'es, ' coilpled with adult  <:ohversation, | gossip, double  alk, and un|n|jwei\*d ques,t  ons.  "Why should any- group, no  natter how w^lMntentioned  try to ban any Z publication  that may oif ma--* not be to its  taste? sfe^it^UMified to condemn the tasitesX manners or  tnprals of the", gemerai public?  Is any group,], no I matter how  J*well meaningf entitled; to regulate tjhe choice ��*" Everyone,  sven down to the\ intellectual  level of a child?"\ concluded  Fivers and tens. * .  s-y:-cffg3  LEAGUE SCORES this week at Sechelt BoMing Alleys wete:  Ladies League:!loan Janiev^tck 657 (252), Bey. Nels<m  620;(2e>3), Le�� Redman 267.b ^ '"  ticulikr publication, wish to go  through   this  ljegal   formality.  JMA^TAVISti'sf   AHGUMEIPIT jyic^ish  In l speaking i to  his> resolii--^b^ ,  tion iMactayish said ".''Oar de-   iPESOLUTIOlfS  mocrktic   system,   which   has    system,  ���   ��� i .-   .  .,    taken    many-   , hufidi-pds    of  ���which won tjhp approval of yeanj to evolvb, ani is! indeed  the meeting reads: 'Whereas so*doing, js & system and, a  section 150 (ajmended)! of the way I of life that i: tc[o precious (to be tan)pere< I w 1th, ajhd  I feejl that cejnsors iip as wit  nessdd in Germzny"1 Italy,  Britain.and USA :n the past  and today 'in I Ghar a, Vietnam  Cjriminal Cod^ is an infringement of the rights of a citizen to exercise, the privilege  of living his life with! a minimum of irtfdrference from  restricting Snd antiquattld  laws which: afe^ impossible t j  uphold, be it ijejsolved that the  ,-���,,,,�� ne, .-���Ili;.1xUCU     ,UC x^^a a.x-     *he decrease of kindergartc  2^>rE?3fc ftfh.mwft  -ia atltemptinj to iLd-a cru-    pupil-teacher   ratio   from [3  ment of British Columbia  to    -adel that "wfll hei > eliminate    to 25; the reductknof pui>i  .the Criminal C^de.    _- . ^ .^^   tjnfort unately, - fn Mhpol.tvonxZQ to SO; the-pro-  The fesolutibif approved by   my humble bpiniov, they are    vision- of  dormatbry   aefcom-  the BCPTF atj last year's corb 7working; aeainst  the  tide   bv    modation  rather than  board-  vefttion reaclsj   "Whereas  pfcb  scehe publications, including  : those which glorify violence  'as a means .to an end, and  ���whichj_emphaslzes sadism and  gcxuatTperver^ion, continue to  wording against tie tide by  tryinjg to protect the yburfg,  when ��� indeed! they would be.  bettor employed if they worked systematical y toward  educating paints and potential parents. Ifurthi rmore they  ajpear on newsstands despite are invading the r ghts of the  7tlte amended section 150 of the paretts thern$elves. "The BC-  7Cti"minal  Code;  and   whereas    PTF  is  not  only  attempting  -these) publication are  readily   io   tlake   oyer   the   privileged  a mailable on [newsstands  and    position of Ithe papent, but is  may be purchased by children ^ help ng  '..br it   reMvipd   the7Britisfr]- shiirlf the  respbns|ibilities .we  Columbia iParenV-Teacher Fti-  cferation request the GbvejT -"  ment of British Columbia to  appoint an Advisory Gommit-  ixi���under thii Attorney-Ger-  ier^l's     Department,'   whose^  f inctions - landj responsibilitit s  and ISouth' Africa causes far   jogists by the!DepartmentjpiQti  more bad/th4n:focd.|" (resultant dep>artmental griint|.  He continu(ed,  "ihe BCPTF  Resolutions (to be' presehted  3t the 19g?*~BCPTF in March-  ivhich   will   be   attended   by  Mrs. T, Lamb, president and  Mrs. TMartin Henry, were presented :to the meeting for ap-'  f|proval or disapproval. .    '7  The meeting approved  resolutions   dealing   with- recog\  nition of educationa*l JpsytthoH.  iPendlr: Chdflie Hauka \758  (330), Dick iWise 704 (293),  oordon' "freeman 690, Laurie  Granger 656, Tsobel Gooldriip  624   (255).  Peninsula Commercial: Bonnie Wilson 746 (270),, Dorothy  Smith 780 (228, 264), Andy;  Leslie 739', Lome Allen 277,,  VI Budzko 271, Frank Wheel-|  er 276. ���      ���-- X     i  Sports Club: Andre Dubt*  741 (3Q6), Roger Hocknell 674  (287), Lil McCourt 647 (292^,  Harriet Duffy -251, Lawrence  Crucii 645. r  Ladies Matinee: Jealn Robinson S42. (260).  Ball  and Chain:  Matt Jae  ger 688^ Marian Cook 626, Red  Robinson 624, Aileen Bystedt  260. -   ; .--       .  High; School: Alex* Skytte  , 327 U65), Susah ^ead 396  (218).    7 ^ t  Pee Wees: Gary Lawson 373  (212), Rita Ono 285, Penny  Caldwell  154.       ! . \.  TEN :PINS " -   "  f   ': '  Bu1|ch Ono- 59* (214), Pelle  Pbulsten 571 (210), Mickey Baba 548 (212), Dave MacDoh-  nelll 523, Pete Jaeksbn 531  (2Q3), E. Ti'son 518, Randy  Page 519, Roger Hocknell 522,  Dick Gray 527, Jack Nelson  516. b  ing allowance for (pupils! the  teaching of "Frenjch irf the  early grades, the restriction of  advertisements for smoking,  the government ' sponsored,  dental scare for all i children up  (to five, years of /age, the improvement of wprking conditions for social workers, the  creation  of more| centers for  _         t , .���    the treatment of retarded and  usi   as -Jpsirents   ,to \emotionally distuir'b6d childra1.  and! .-encouragement  ot more  havdvvoluntarily brought up- .students into social work thru  tm    ourselves    b;r   bringing   scholarships and bursaries and  yourgsters   into   this   world.    tt�� extension apt} .research of  Surely, If! we are mature en-   the lieajth and; personal dev-  ough to assume the duties of   elopment progrjkrii.  feeding,   clothing,    sheltering      The  meeting;' /suggested  an  ,   ,, ^     -,    .>-.--..,,     ��nd  guiding ow .youth   and:i.:amendment ^tofihe resolution  ���tfould be: (q to^review ariy    prer.anng| them for the  day   :to   a'*j$,,\,to.fttM- kindergarten  jublication   tfhich   a   citizen    whei>-theyi>must assume the   cyrrietilum to itne enrichment  Considers obscene; (2) to:ho-    n^htle of!,aduithoiidf:W"e must   0f the kind^rliirten currk-u1-  jjfy the dis^lrmtor whe07;J*t7'n^ but   um 3^ oppbied the teach  lie  opinion  <pf the  majonty _teaei by {example rather than    -      "'- r     -"-  l the members of the com- ' telliig,   t|ie  Way  of  life  we  --..--    -   _..L,^-.!-_   ���-   _-.t     tyigY.. therri to follow.  rhittee, ia publication is con  I idered. to ,,be" j obscene, and 1 o  request/the itempval of ;sajd;  f ublicatioii from distribuUe n  s nd sale; and] (3) to instigai e  court action if the distributors  <p not comply witjh the ro-  cuest." I  fJBDERATION'S STAND  sThe Federation states thejir  doncern is with the fact that,  wiblications   which   are   con-,  sidered t>o be'obscene are available   on    hewsstahds   at d  lay  be purchased by chilU   .charactered by  fen.  DEEINIT^ON  \ 74jV'ebstsjr"s dictii|>narjr!,*". tsays  Mactavish|, }"di  ity in several wayis; (1) offensive to talste; foul; loathsome;  disgusting;- (2) ' ffensive to  chastity qf���mind <r to-raooes-  ty; ' expressing  ot   presenting  At Sechelt . . .   ':      7f :    '  Monthly meeting busy  time j for Hosp*itaf Aux.  SEVERAL rew members were welcomed *o St. Mary's hds-  pital auxiliary monthly meeting by [president Mrs. J.  Redman.   X ~' \.  People ore advised to pick up thftr smorgasbord ticket  ���early for tiie1 April 4th stpQTgasborcS^wb'ph will bfj held i  the   Legion! Hall  starting at    b1--". ' '"''"������������r**"*"'"*'���*������  .7:3a p.m. Tickets will be/liti-  1 ited to six pei- person and  I will go on sale Saturday,  j March 28 at 10, a.m.  ! Volunteers to help prepare  1 the hall on Friday night, Ap-  i'tU ^rd and clean up Sundayj available.  morning should contact'either   |  jAn  associate   tea  converle  .Mrs. G. Hall or Mrs. B. Fear-   iby Mrs. C. Connor is planned  nley. ���' '  ' Tor June  17th  at St.   Hilda'  Votes   of   tMariks   went   td' ball   to   give   the   four   Si  -Mrs, McDermtdfor her work  - Mary's hospital auxiliaries ai  '-=i��-'^ihe:.'^U^jctfon,,^of   Nabob    opportunity to get:together. I  eouppt^f:jirt^iie!te .liiover    7600       Membership     deadline     is  lyere dohit^ ^nd!gtwo coffee*  March 31.  The  active  mem-  body who copied by-laws fo.  'members. ���  Raffle tickets for the clock  radio    and    crocheted    plac  jggits will be drav/n at Apr:  meeting. Tickets are sti  to t)lei-mindiPr vie  that] deligacy, put  cencfy fPrbid  to  lewd;   indecent;  language;, j     dance's  v sometliiug  ity and de-  oe *exposed;  as obscene  images;  ��bscenity| as, an isjbsce:  or jpersojtl.''  Afccordijng to ,_^  3S. Henley, an Eng  of the ISJth centu  swejat ���hd grease  j /"Afte'rj Ir&adtng  tion; said ""  rerhember  automobile  my  house  day. Who knows?  ageous and  In a letter (signed by' Mi s.  race Allam, 'executive seer! 2-  iary, the Federation says^ "It  is our . opinion the establis: 1-  ment of an Advisory Gorrunjt**  tee under- the Department of  :;he Attorny-General would  iierve as a-means of enforcing  ;h'e  existing  law  and- woulld  :iot in arty -vtray invoive censorship. Such a committee  could (a) help to raise the  moral standards of the com-  '���:-nunity; (b) assist citizens wi-  jhing to lodge! complajntSjffMi- .���  :erning publications; (c)/pt\o-    m%\        . .  tect the publicp from over-zap       Mactavish  lous pressure (groups; and Cd)  ��� ppeyent^hecensbring; fif publications of Btjerary mSrit." j  ' (Under section $50, the stat-  iatory definition of obsceie  :lit��ature, "any publication,  ; it dominant characteristic of  fivhiph undue exploitation of  ^ex and one or more of tiie  !pllowihg subjects���name! y,  iirfme, horrttf/cruelry, and \i-  !>lence, shaltBe deemed obscene."   -"  ? pAccol-d^g to the Federaticn,  \-.ii is thei? understanding! be-  :lire anyjtcti6nryan be talb-n  ^"hder  the   Afet,' a   complaiht  gainst~t|M ^distributbrj must  h, W,  h author  iry, used the  eflnitiohj: (   "Obi cene . with  ing of esperanft > in BC schools  and dispensing with sehol referenda for ! apita) school  costs; the increase In;ag4 ;hm-:  its for drivers' liceh6es|ffiwh  16 to 18, and extension-'".of use  of adequately 1 rained counsellors on elementary schools.  CANCE��~FII.M3 <     ��������� '   '  The Nation-1 Film Board  films will ba discontinued  next year due to" .transportation difficttltic s and lacl^ of  response from parents.  May_ - Day   jwas"  diseui^ed.  or given to    Mrs. S Dawe was present,aiad  mind  and soot."  that defini-  Mactavlish, "I must  not  tc   grease  my  and   then   sweep  chimney  on  a   hot  goes for a  beach,   ,If  Some cour-  upstahding citizen  may feel duty bound lo lay  a charge! if obsthity against  con inued,   "be-  e young wo-  a fewimsuit,  wot*e thei a  man who  wiggles' wl en' shit, walks, and  .tractiv  wears  swim at a public  ritjthfcjg   else,   she  with undua  may be charged  exploitatioiji of sex. I.wonder  how the human rice survives.  We] must all be [the products  of sex jm&niacs/  ".Crinje; horror,  violence  are   bein  plofted all and "e ^ery day on  this  earth,"   said  Su(rely  our ,dutj  is_oot tp hide the shame of  mankind,: but to  example; of  hbw  Jhave , -\ .(J, sajy,'ekpose all-the  ejrite,red in jcoin^t.^^They f^el " badness, thenj wlen it is vis-t i  is hidden its  ils^can be ^ cftstlyj proceid-    iblei, aitack^ If it  re and not "many pppple, re-    smiill ^riljl soon gliye it away,  'ajdless of how strongly* thjy���    "Whc^ 'gives ou ' youngsters  :rnay-s:feel!;in:^g3rd:4:tp.v;:asp^&* 1 :th^impj5^s^ns?/ &Qd^oryShad,-i  -f  explained May (Day "plans?7 thru  the 7 recreatkjn^ cpnmrilissipn  were being 'abah^one^ because  pf too much c-iticism. No response was indicated by the  PTA tp organise May- Day.  George Coaper, rprin!cipal  ,pf: &cMlt;-Elementaty Schpolj  reported teachers had decided  urfts, teas^Ptrd ahd tea tb>v-  els werp7)pbtained; to Mrs. S.  Baptiste tot; hter donation! of  tea tp>yeli^ip Mrs. J. Clement!  bership fee is $1.50 and the  associate membership fee is  $2. Smart metnhership pins  are available. Applications for  of Gibsp^flcfcwhet dpnatiph,   membership can >be made by  .of .^(bjrfijnJ^JftSa.rd to be put    writing to Box 108, Sechelt.  up outside Tfospital Cottage;  to Mrs. L. Benner for Tupper  ware parky prizes donated* to  the  auxijUaryl  and to every-  there wo|uld l>e no inter-school  sports this ysar. If more en-        __^ __,     ^    thu^iasm  is   to be  shown , in Vai"Vnder^^^^^  community  Affairs,   one  per-    0h his knee.       '-  fender social notes.  MRS.   Muriel   Hatt-Cook   arrived   in Toronto  where  she  will   take  up  residence   with  her son Joe.  |Roy Dusenbury is in fiospit-  son shoiild (not hold office oh  more thin lone committee at  a time, a , member felt In  hei* opir^ion, i this permitted a a  -p&eson i.o sabotage- Pne ppp-  ject in favbr.of ano|ther and  also curtailed ^community interest tprough participation.  J. D. ReShields,/ psythol-  oglst from Powell Rpver, may  be fgufrst speaker at) .the May  meitit|g.]'  Mr. Harper of Indian Isles  Marina is in the Cariboo for  a; short time,      !  C. ^SICOTTE  BULLDOZING SERVICE  Land Clearing - Eucaroting  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  ^_s��ia____  Limited  A Complete Service  cruelty and  ig  duly   ex-  Mactavish.  as parents  use it as an  not; to  be-  A TELEPHONE CALL  Five Seaplanes To Serve You  INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  1700 LBS. OF CARGO  bring .a modern  TO OUR 3ECHELT OFFICE  radio equipped aircraft  -,at}sohc��. M:  Go Modeitii  ^  4o Tyee  i - "  leefoellt ��$B&��22114 & B&&��221  OFFfCE-iKl THE LOBB^ GF SECJHELT BUS DEf?GFF  to you  b i  v -?.j.ir.., .<Mj - ... -^n'.,..!... -fr *    ---  - -'-   *���  -��� ---^. -' ������ ������-���   ���' .^ ������������" ��� "  '.'":>��.������ **'-.  *��� ���:  MORE ABOUT ...  Building permits  from page 1���.  f>erty to {that purchased by  Shell Oil.! ���  ACCOUNT "PVW  7 Accounts in the amount of  $1885.63 were ordered paid.  Of t.his:S1117.65 is under winter works, v  ' L Council^ were- advised Department of Health and Welfare'and not 7 Department of  Municipal affairs should be  th&lpnes tP" make any changes  in the T.B-. -act. Appointments  should be arranged with Hon.^  ��� 1 Eric, Martin.. _ y    -l;  7 A \cheque '������ of ���- $6&T was received from the right-of?w'ay  branch of the Department of  oeived from the right-of-way  for road construction purposes on the old United Church  property. ���_.-'   7; --\^'t   '-'  4 iThe operiing7of the* Kinsmen unit -is .postponed because Hon. Eric Martin is unable to -attend "on March   14.  COMMITTEE REPORTS ~^~X~.  '���;Fladager reported that one-  third of the. work ��� had been  completed on'the waterline in  the larie. There had been  trouble'. wiUt cave-ins. The  stahdpipe will be removed  jand] a tap off; will be put i?i  t above the reducer to increase  f pressure on the Martin, line.  Drummond.    reported    pro--  gre^s on the airport. Trees; on  , the-east end of the runway;  which constitute a danger fo  landing, are to T>e felled. A  three room building is ready  forloccupaney byi caretaker^  Standard Oil have applied  for formal permission from  the Department of:^Transport  to install gravity feed, tanks.  * Drummond v "reported/V- that  Normingfon-had advi^d that  Ritchie's-.estimate on. a power  plant  was ridiculous.- Ritchie  " contended;,the figure1 quoted  was B.C. -Hydro's estimate.  Application will> be" made for  installation <tf a phone., More  fuhds are-needed7 to paint  sighs and socks. -:  "immissioher F. Feeney re-  _ ortedN. Harris was the new  aaststanct fire marsha.ll repla*  rijng Bob Wilson who had  moved out of the village. "  J Commissioner -; K. MacKay  reported the pile driver  wfould be here next week. He7  recommended .- the work . in  fiont of Soinik's be widened:  The Chamber of Commerce:  aire: awaiting official govern-!  ment recognition as-public reserve for the area for the pro?,  posed boat launching^ ramp.  After inspecting the area  MacKay felt - parkings space  was going to be. limited.  *��� Village clerk Jules Mainil  Reported collections were- the  roughest he had encountered  in five-.years.  The Sechelt Peninsula Ttmes, Wed., March T 8. "64" Pc'ge 1T  AtlRoberts Creek ... I  ;  :    : r'i'isr **7     *   -.   -    &~XXi.\  .    ���'   ,'i  7"*r ."^        .,    ,   .���     - ,-*:���-.'    "..J  ii 11 ^T-ar**^^ i liMflff -t ���  "* *-'   '-"' "' * ~     '      * "  Community dub elects !  -���year a success  .  ROBERTS CREEK "communirycfub"elect��J the 1964 s'c'te  of officers at fhe^weil-attended annuaf meeting hedd  Jfie community half: Bected were president, Gedrfce-  Vojjld; vice-president John Forbes, treasurer M. Sfevens  (re-elected), secretary Mrs^J. Mcrirufef f re-elected),* cp4v '  mittee-chairmen (flowers) ."Miss E. Harrolds, (roads), Albert  Danroth, (library), Mrs. McSavahey, ar.6\ Chef I}, Erntk Fefe-  sett. -       I , 7. r ! 1���i���  \ 1 Past   president.   J. i E_   Mc-  Sayaney  gave  a  report  from  ? the recreation committee cov-  We.comes guests  GERRY GORDON welcomes guests and introduces the head f ering the area from Port Mel-  -     tobfe at then Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce X*���   to   Egmont   advising  41th Annual Smorgasbord. ���-"''._? -^  BenderHarbour.. . ���>-- -  i  smorgas  S  wew organize  d  Art  Taylor;  many   fai-orable  com-  ���aster seal /  feget^$l,000bX  EASTER Seals are/ on, Jthe  | ,way. look for todays today,  ( The 1064_ Easter Seal Ar^  peal is the eighth to-be-sponsored by the Kiwanis Club  of Gibson^ The- campaign  committee/'includes: campaign  treasurer*! T. Henniker; publicity, ,-W. Wright; and chairman ZO, Hiacks.���T^J."-.  yd, 19S3 27(W householder  appeals werel mailed out with  returns of $846!71. This year  the' target is $1,000.7  Some of :the^ser%*ices rendered include the Cheehalis  Easter Seal Camp with facilities, for 125 children a year  and : a fully qualified /staff;  Easter Seal House in Vancouver for treatment and diagnosis purposes; 27 Easter.. Seal  buses which provide "transportation^ for more than 600 passengers a day tb schools and  treatment centres, and irf addition to these specific-serv^  ices, the Society provided assistance with special needs on  the recommendation of sponsoring groups or doctors.  ���This is  a 'proud record  of  service   which   is- only  made  possible through the help and7  support of ,52: service !clubs.  ..-: aw. wi .~����^a-���->.���'----���'.'^'- . ���"    -****  '-** ���   ' .   -r'  T AN abundance cYicTvariety of,food and good drganization  .; 7 contributed to snaking the Pender Harbour and District Chamber of Commerce smorgadx>rd and darace an cut-  standing success. Chairman'of the smorgasbord committee  and MC Johhhy. Haddock.^ ur-. ._ _ ^ jK__. .,. - .  ging everybody back not for  second - or third, but 'fourth  helpings, regulated the &*If-  service in a friendly and ord-  , erly manner. "  Gerr>* Gordon, stamiing-in  for president John Duniop.  vvhb is on-a Pacific cruise;  welcomed and introduced.-the  guests. Out of l district guests  -included Art; i Taykir from  West Vancouver, representing  the asscKiate i chambers- of  commerce, and* Sir. and: Sirs.  Ai Vincent from PoweE River. Grace was saidby Can?  on Greene. ���"  ;   Royal .Murdoch, first presi-  - dent  of the Vender, Harbiior  -and  District Board of Trade  . and   now   secretary   of   both  ~Pender. Harbour and District  Chamber of Commerce and  Iiiwer Mainland*. Chambers of  Commerce, outlined the functions of these bodies in unorganized territory- Ih such area  he-felt the C of Chas a definite. Junction^ to promote pro-  -jeets for local lfa��iefit��  Tfct   the   mteneht   th^-   are  .. working to have the scenic  Skookum Chuck area" made  accessible to both tourists and  local residents. Murdoch- feels  "the tourisf jsitential should be  more highly! developed in this  area,        7 ,7 .-" "  Guest speaker of the even-  izig. Art Taylor, welcomed  7therTieTnnsula chambers of  commerce back into the associated-fold and urged themf  ���to Jbring their problems to  the "associated board which,  represents 23 boards from here  to- Hope. BC. Taylor commended the chamber for their hos-  pitality Xahdt commumty ef-.;  fort; He'feJt this type of organization had broader": interests than7 those o&_ othSr"cIist-"-  ricts which are more- highly -^  organized. -   -  J. T. Chippendale of Sechb  eit-grteted The guests on behalf of Magistrate A. Johnston  who was unable to attend. _"/  The communiy - hall was -  gayly decorated in St. Patrick's motif. Mrs. Harry Hopper's : night school painting  class arranged a deesratrve  display Of- their wprk J which  i km   to   Egmont   an vising   a  -/district diarector situated at a  | centrally   located,   office   will  ! be chosen iri.due course with  ' the     provinctai     government  helping out on. expenses. Mc-  Savaney-wiil continue as one  'recreation    committee.  repre-  "asntativei^the  second  will  be  selected at the next \ meeting.  I Eric Prittie ,reporteS~on the  garbage meetuig held  at Selma Park,  Manii 5. The outlined   plan   was   endorsed   by  **he. meeting. *    .  j The   fthaftcial   report.'   presented   by M.   Surven^.   treasurer.-showed" J202S.65 as the  total   expense- for   the   year.  The secretary. Mrs. Monrufet.  reported    10    meetings    -a-ere  held   durh**?' the-year and at-  ^fendance had   improved.. The  3ssoc��3ifon is anxious to have  more younger people take an  active part in the work.  I. Miss E. Karrod w��s thank-  ��� =.        f - !     {  -ed. by/the | paesaient ffr the  good work; she" had done > on  the fterer ctsumitteej. The  librarj*--"repsrt^ given, bf Mrs.  " McSavaneyi *fe��,-ed an-| increased interest ] in -rfading.  The library;' i<-.Gpen en jSa|ur-  day-aftemobtis. The indef^tig-  ah!e hall ! cocfimittee-{ chairman, Enu'e ' Fossett. nfperted  a lot of vrotk done on .the hail  last year, with plenty Hf-ore to  do. I '       *  r" {  The  past? president's Ire port  .   mdicated great pcsaibiiilies fa  the    athletic   and    recfeation  lines and p~ms, are underway:  to" eniargef-ihe-_haU .^trii^sg"  ~ lot .-to  accoroodsse   the* large  -   crowds   arMch csngregiie! es-  pecrially orw "oingo - nigh|i. >fc-  Savaney    thanked    all|   f.'ho  had worfcti hard and 74��cper-  zted   'szillinszy  to  acc^rriplisf*-.  so  much   wcrfc  in. one;  short  year. The sa3-*rrb!y-gafe fhn.  an usaniaPuj  vote of |hankx  "was tettderfcd .'he eat life  J. 943  executive   | by    , Mrs.   | GfSCe  Cummings. \ -    i    * .  . -  drew  ments.       _.  Door "prizes were, won by  Mrs. ^ithgate of Egmont and  Jerry Wilson of Oyster Bay.  Raffle ~ winners were Rocky  Duncan of Langley Prairie  who won an efectric skillet.  Jack Fleming of Sechelt who  won an electric tea "kettle, and  George Matsoa. of Vancouver  who won a barometer.  Selma social notes '  MRS. Gladys Batehelor was  . m Vancouver visiting ; her  mother Mrs. F. Cox. who is a  patient in the-Laons Gate Hospital. Mr. Cox is able to visit  his wife every day. Mrs, Cox  is recovering nicely.  MrSr G. Sjsrrowe of West  Vancouver has been visiting  her daughter Mrs. F. Yates.  ���While here she visited her old  friends Mr. and "Mrs; HI BT"  Gr^y, Mrs, Gray quietly celebrated her 80th birthday this  mdnjh.    .  " " . -1  MltS. K* CROSBY  Has. feeea oppoinfeij social correspestdeftf for fHe  Gibjoos Area  for Sechcfl- PeniniuferTinies.  She will handle cf! news Hems from yoyr orgdnt'tc"  tiens, social activities, notices for. date pad.   -  PHONE 886-2098   ! ;  UAn.nrr-tfinjfr.nrn" --���-******** ������.���������mmumwuwi  EASTER SMOEG4SBOR0  at  Daiisy's DiMsg B.com .  DON'T MISS OUT ON OYSTERS  FROM PENDER HARBOUR     I  MAKE YOUR- RESERVATIONS EARLY  Gibsons 886-9315  mcLim:  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 aJ��. to 5:38 pjw.  Res. 886^9949  ��UBPOJ�� {HOU  f    Prefabricated Toc^tie and Groove^  Z       FULLY ISOLATED  PAI4���L COSSTOUCnON  Very Easily Erected  2 BEDROOM 32fxl6 b_ $1400iO-0  % f:  1 BEDRtmM24,xi6'r_ $I2##^#  Afc  Building Tax Hot Applicable-  TERMS TO 3 YEARS IF OWN LOT  JACllSOr} EQUIPfVIENT SECHELT  885-2104    -    885-44-4    -   886-2827  ��� I Oil Score, Moirer Fen  end Accessaries  ��� t Yufcei. 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