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Array ^v*  ���*'  *.'t y  - ��*"������  A    ft, i  j. tr,  *l '     I   L  r*v  ' -��� 7 . - r ,\ .x, ,?i  ,*~ *���,  *,�� "���.����,  i ""      ' 1 " ~       "   "' ~~",_T"*T'     ~  frA*r\'  j.-1. *  r ^.4  -tit*    <  ' ' \   I   ! i     '        * ''ft1 I , " ( A ^ Z   *       ���> ���" *  government grqni  * ��  i r  HOG <f#1^,5**1 Ave'i,  PftQVIlSCUAk.   government grant    for  ppera||rig costs in the Sechelt School  District 'win "he  reduced for  March, to  -compensate for non-operation of schools;  whop  tire -teachers'"'went "oifl on strike,  li,riday-,-"Mii'ch 1.0th. .... j,'  ,In. _a'���letter to lhe school hoard,  Un?  lV?ipistcr of teduca^ion said  it  had  beep  --dravsaj Jo his attention that schools had  not been conducted it) accordance. with  the Public, School Act on March lOttr. An  ampii.nl equal to one twenty-third of the  March installment for operating costs wtfl  fje deducted from .the graf-.t. The- board  W'is asked to provide details of the number  of  teachers  who  worked 'on  March  would he grante-i teachers who weio  sipjt on, lyjarph lpih ps the strike had biok-  eh the'ponlraeti tru^ieei' Berri-nd Mulligan pointed outithat as the teacheib and  Oyp|3 ropmpepa h.-jd returned to wot k on  .Mpfldiiy, it cpulci-be P0li!"idered that the  iSparcl had veiristated-fhem.   ....  gome concern-was expressed ovei the  leaohev-s'; action in ��� iiot" hpnoi-ing slatc-  ments made.by Mr.'Dave Smeihuibt when  tip appeared at Mai'cii 11th Boaid meet-  ir)"-j arit|.' gave assurance "that teacheis  >WQM.$ b'e available at schppls to take caio  of students who wished to attend This  was later rescinded and put trustees in an  embarrassing position, said Mr. Mulligan  Serving the Sunshine Coqsf, (Howp Soypcj to .jervis Inlet), including Port Mql|On, HPP^In*- -i-ppdino, Gra"tfhap-is l-qnd)to, Gibsons, Roberts Crook.  Wilson Creek, 5ol|T)P Par^, Sochcjt, Hqlfm��PP PQy* Secret Cove, Pendar Harbour, AAqdeiifl Park, l^lpipdqle, Ifylno's Lppding, Ear| Cqvp, Eqi^ppt  oV.!Hi *a  ^A^a' '_._.���4_J___.^r-^-t-- i  Regisfstten tip-. 1 [4?  pnion  ���**����-   |-pbol  This Issue 12 Pqges ~=- 12c  i URGIEST CIRGUUTfOtf PF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.        Volume 8, No  )Q ���> WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3], 19>T  El   1 '���! = ;  '-.' = TZ u-r ' "���"?~z ���. I    '  ipth and an adjtrstineni would be mada^tJCrustee BiU Malcolm said he undeiblood  . ,   Discussing the situation which left the    that essential personnel would be allowed  Board with no guide lines as there is noth-     U1 schools^  ing in the Public Schools Act regarding  aclipn which should be taken in the event  of  a 'teachers' strike,  trustees agreed' to  contact   the   Minister  of" Education   and  'B.C, School Trustees Association for guidance io the event of future strikes.  ���Trustees re-affirmed' that-no sick pay  SOCIAL MEETING  Gibsons Branch 3fl QAPO plans a  -busjA Apri Usdiadu4e-j��itd"-4LSomaLj^  Monday, April 5 at 3 pm in the Gibsons  Health Centre, regular,meeting same place  and time Monday,, April 10 and special  feature of the ninth, a spring tea, Rriday,  April 30th at 2 pm in the Health Centre.'..  HONOUR ROLL  Pender Harbour Secondary School honour roll for the reporting per.i'id ending  :MjU"ch W, 1 PJlloglud^JaniPe Cmnmioy,;_;  Grade 11, 575; Brends Crosby, Grade 11,  5.f>;' Donelda Hyatt, Grade 8,"'(J.B7; Eva  Dubois, Grade 8, 6.5; Miir-y^ Cameron,  Grade 8, 6,33^ Judy Tail, Grade B, 633;  Susan Sladey, Grade 8, 6.00; Maureen  Cameron, Grade 8, 5.83; Rosemary Mai-,,  uolm, Grade 8, 5.5; Doug Barsaloux; 5:5..  FILMS AVAILABLE  Two outstanding films dealing with  the 1070 BC Festival of Sports are now  available for showing, free of charge to  all interested persons. "Face in the crowd  and a Festival Highlight film. To obtain  either film write to: manager, B.C; Festival.of Sports, 120()' West Broadway, Vai?1  couver, B.C. !  BOTTLE PRIVE  After the iposl succc-bslul but lie drive  yut, MAa hoped that Gibbons Cups and.  Senilis "will be qblc to altond'ihe Hcoptlpg-  pn April 17)p. '.    '   ���   > ���  The Qroup Commllloe oxlends mtln'ty  thanks lo all loose who assisted or donated and especially to tlnibc w|io savpd  t|io ielii|liable bottles.  gLPHINSTPWE DAMAGE  Weekend break-ins at Elphinstone op  March 7-8 and March 13-14 resulted in  theft,of money and damage. Coilninent-  ing oil the situation, trustees .i"eferrpd~"tp  policy where schpols had been informed  that money should not be left in schools,  particularly at Elphinstone which has the  advantage of being close to a bank. Trust:  ees approved a motion that the Board  WOtrld" not reimburse: rj-jjney stolen from  -schools- ; ��� ������-  Methods of prevention were discussed  and the Board will investigate installing  special locks and alarm systems. Surrey  School Board had placed trained dogs in  tlie schools until a teacher was found  cornered in one classroom overnight, commented secretary treasurer Jim Metzler.  One trustee observed this might be one  -wayof^ifeepimj thcteachersTiT the class.-  room! '-  HQYAL, VISIT  Friday May 7lh will be a school holiday in the Sechelt District in honor of the,  "--QneeiT's visit.    ��� i'   '���-���������s  ��� ���  J,  *0  Regional Board . . .  -4  ' ��� %&  junior office staff needed  Campaign  Launched --_  Devised; tp erjCQur^ge shoppers tp  shop at llPiTie. The Times in eo-Qpera-  tinn-witlrGaii^tiian MBdta^SBTVtceF  RENTAL REQUEST     "  Discussing,.the  ni^rits  <)f  ren|.ing hy  vitie's^laanding-'School   whichHias^bBeTr  closed for sopie time,-trustees agreed that  any rent obtained would hardly cover-  maintenance, taxes and utilities. Renting  the building would immediately place.the  school on the tax assessment role.  A request ..-had been received from Mr..  J. R, Stone who wished toj;ent the building for his business of making musical  instruments which would be conducted as  an open workshop.  Trustee Bill Malcolm said lie had been  apprpacbed about using the building air's"  school for retarded children, and if the  building' is being operated as a school,  it will not be taxable.  ERA   ENDS  Portable  classrooms  which  have  cost*  thp taxpayer a laige amount of money  f-ypr thp i-ajsf. few ypRlTS ftre l^ing 'imaged  , opt;as pci-manenVf:'d','-room-- rcpjfipc tpeip.  t|?ivfl fii-fJphlnt'tpnp.jH'e 8VH/Unfl'rpp)niw'H  c-lid (6pc||elt' pjemontpry f3c|iool wjll he  saying farcwejl to a nnmher pf tuiHb at  l|ic epd of April wlien it is hoped students  wjll )io sot I led in ijio now aip-ex which  is ncuylpn completion   AN OFFICE of chiefs but only ppe ftill |property owners are prepared to accept  r---tipie office help seems to be posing a .|the'new rates once they are advised of  problem and at last''regular meeting of |the service provided apd are assured  ihe Regional Board, adrriioi^tratpr Charles |that the charges are levied fairly upon  "GtJoilhTg^eirorr^ '"''''""  line'' can only be accomplished by some  reduction,in the quality of service both  to the Board and public. Number of  Board and committee meetings, have increased, volume of public and intergovernmental husiness has increased and in turn  has resulted in the inevitable great increase in paper-w-opk. Thus, it is necessary  to allocate priorities of work and there  will be delays in production of minutes,  reports and in answering government and  j public enquiries. Once the planner is in  full operation "I can foresee that we  will be.unable to cope with the additional  load on the Clerical staff." .-  Following acpeptance of the report,  director Frank Wesl suggested executive  commit top give .Consideration to the rec;  qipmendatjc-r-s.    ," i4j  -#AT|n\-ft^AT����.1' ."  ,'* "JVfr.'pppcllpg' o'sp reported th��r fbo  deluge' pf |e}ters protesjlrig t|ie pew rates  for water lias dropped off copsjdo|'ab|y  duriog Ihe prevjous two weeks nlthqijgh  he has received a considerable number  on  Iho subjccl. Further, il  seems, most  i -�����  f mf\  lIT-SWiWf'lW'-'l?^''-W"*W^S��� ���    ���"���     "    -  wm  Gibsons gldermqin elected  i        ��� fi  Chairman of Health Board  MI'!KTI'N��I  In  Hiiv/hiiIkIi on  IVHiriih  IVUi  Midi I'nh  HI Moiil'd ul ll'-ii|lll  inniii. Vlllugo Aldor<  mi  I'liiiiiiiiiui   of   llio  ,y~  VuwA (liirlhii  iliiinilii'iit i,'|iir|i-i| ,(,l  iiinii linn rioildiiiil  Jhiiillil Ullll,  Mr, ('lodi|iiii,l"wnn iiiiiiiliioi��'d.l',y Mr,  T.IIM, Fiiiigln-rn ol I'oiiihnrion mini not,--  onflcd hy IH". I'limiiiiidimu of I'owoll  Jlivi-r-    .-���-<���>��������������� ������ -  - .'���-,.-.    II - Ihim  bri.'ii (ionic. Ilinn  I'liM'n   liui'linll  ,Vi|lii|(i! mid lliu Hlilii'lllil" ('olilil  Monliipiil   ���  Ulclijiil   linvn , Jiuiin   ro|iii.'iioiiUiil .on ,11m  ' I'loloii lliiniil ol lloiillli, hul li'twly olooloil   '  ii!pr*iini)iliilivi'i.   Aliloriiiiui- Tod   Oh|/oiiio  nnd illini'ior II. HIh'Io uliiiinliiil lhn Mio'Ii  |l|l!l|!|||-'{ '-        ,  i |(njiifn<lolit'll', 'H'u'lMill Mrhool 1'lnlilcl,  Mm' A/dun'" Ifiilioiiln iiHivml Ihul Hiiilloiild  ���w/iiiii,ii..iiii,ioi.���iiioii!iviiiiu, ioiiuiviiI oL:lh��;.���  IiiivIiIIIiih Mi'iibil llonlll) Hoivlci! Irom  ImIiOoI DlilililM In' Um Couiil linrlliiilill  Mi'itHli lUflli'l'-i Hi >��'!'i" M-'Oilii-CH iqo'U'd  mid n |H|��r will Im mini lo Dr. K <l,  Turlu'i, l)o|)iily Mlldi'fi.'r ill M'.'iiinl Mmillli  H'ivtf��?fi 'W<i-|i��H ,|ii|t<w��l li�� ����td .wilt.ulisii,,  |a..OlJ.���tt���*Mp���;olUMM.lJ'^M��'��.���..,..���,r��������,'',,.'..-.,-,���^.,���l!'.'-,.���-.  Biiiird |i'piiii*i��i)liillv>H o/0'oiiii lo lnl'0 Iho  lUidim pp wllli lli'ilr ronpi.-rllvo oi7��iifi|/n-  -Moiim,  ��� .,'..'.     i       -:  Ipimuio ���mromyhndii  lUiiinl (lliilhiildl Moirllli l/iill w||l Hirh-  iVf n H'lioliilloii for roon|di.|iil)oi| id llio  minimi |iioolhi|- of Hm Ai��iiiiii|iiIiiiI lloni'ilH  Of lloiillli, .iWlili!ll I'oihIh "Wlwri-n.-- llio��� ro-  KuIiiIKhih /(oyiir|iiii|( iinwuim illimimiil mid  iilipllnilloi) 1'iiiiiiH um Mlmidm'iii/i.'il mill  oi'iip'iily owiiorn ul'imi Imllil In n miin-  I/Pi' nf IihiIUi iinllh Ho II ii'niilviiil Ihul n,  niiiliiliinll/i'il  liil'oiniiillnii lihoi.'l   on  how  ||) HOIIIIlloli: |||l! mWIII'l! lIlHpOMIll ll|l|llll'l|-  Hull I'oi'plH Im iniiiln livullohli: III l||l! llllillll!  tilliiUHli llll iM'idll) iinilii,"  'I'lin IimiII'.-| ImhI' In on b|iiil/(lil up nl  pinvloini, i)|i!i!lh��|(n "vh'.'l) II won loiiriinil  liml iimiiy iHiriniiH mo liiild iiji liiii.'iiiino  Iohdh liml nol humi propuily I'liiiiplulcil  /lo/ilor.l'i'lill" HmiHli iiiHpiii-'loi Mr, )''. M.  '||is|| I)in, driiWII nil n  I'orip  Idbo   |(|v||)i|  ilifiiiilii op how to IHI out ii|i|illiiiiliin  Innnn lo  |hi ul|iir||<.'il  wlmn /dvon  mil  i  tZ%^r^^A/r,r,\  .)^.vAJoA  "U'V ���,       ...,  .liAwV^iW,'.', I'lAv-i'Sidl.! h h'm'i 1,1'P'  ContonniAl Project  I��"K>r  lliu piiHl low wuuIch llioru  nun) j-rcmt, w-l.ivH.y I'n ���!��" 'ntiftimll  liiilliin Vll!i>i{t! wlioniwurl' |h uiiilor-  wiiy h|iu|i)ii|{  Iwi�� lil'l.y fool  i'iiiihoh  I'roiii I,wp jiiuhkIvo Hod v.ni\nr \pm.  on iho loll jn Mr, Ihw I'mmII wim��  ^Bupur.vlKuil..Miuauii;vliu^iiLMlB''..rii:ij|i^  oil, ��i luiDliiiK (iiiiidi), WoikiiiK on Iho  nioliiH I'uiUHi nro Mi*, .lolin hnnln mul,  Mr, Andy .Inliiimii) wuldlioil |��y yoiluK  lloiiry WiiDilri. Ili���l)ui ))ac|(��|'oiii'i<l Ih  Dim vi'dll coiifiliudiiid" |)ul|(|ii||' wliiuli  will lu'iumi llm Iwu I'PpmiH,       *   ,,  llllll  OIIO lIcilllHl   If) M!|'VO l|)(! IUITI1 ||)r|lir|l!ll  in- "Hrhool I))h1iIi| No,-, ��|() )n Inndi-qiiMli-  I'liiipillliiii will Im inmlii to I'lml ,qi1l wli"Mi  lhn Iwo iIiiiiI|hIh w-hmlulcd lo movo Inlo  Iho Coi|��| ,0iirlliii|di'l|i.*i-|Jli'I'liiirlni, will  loi'nli,', ^ociMill. School Dhilrli.'l him lidluiil  for a /.'opy iif lhn |iii;i!i)l ili!)ilii| Mii'Vi-y  dtipD iiy Or, lllului, -   ,  i.. Ib-^miiiiivon Iho ilciiiil) iiourd i|i'<fi  Iiiii, ui liml. wmijIi'M Piihuui Bo-i/ii .iiinnlliin  Min, liiihonii) niild llinl. Iho mirvoy wim  lt!!i.(;Jo'l'f��ii!jjm,i!iMi!l'l��h,'J?f.M'0,n'l��':,, f:f.i!if)ii<'l''/Diii|yJn;JI)|y.,ijihiiiinfi.jinfii.ji!it.  l|oii lotiin, ' , ' .    , . in iho |'i!|)i|i!i' Jlnrhiiur ipoii wlioi'o jl wm|  Pf\im rwmsww ;        ',!H iii''MiiMi.iion w,,..i.i lio .iiffc.oni,,  (''oor ii-cii) dii J in l/o h<!0)) |hiii-|iiii.iiI lioin    HHQUKMT     ,   .        .  Aiiii|l<-nii I'ohllit lloiillli himI will hu I'ur--        Uu)nii l|imn| ol  l|uii|||| w|||  willn hi  W/iri|i!i|Jo iiiii:!) iiinii jiri!vl(!wi)i)( hy i)ii!ii):  j Him Hon,  Kulph  Idjf/iiiiirh,, , Mlnltilm    of  Imri., NMr/.HiK iaiifinj vji;o)-f M|nuT)iivi*JH i��si:-    **-**��� ���> ������������-."��� ������>������>������ *���-*  nmiiifuiih'fl \\)(" jT'nril'-;Vn\p Ip the  /���"'Willy" im Ik'Imk Imiloi] Itupi ii.priivonlu-  IiiIIVc polo) of vlnw lor jiiin.'ol lOonpn  iif,fi\vmnplm'y mid pfi>-M<f|)oo| i.'|i||!d|0||i    -  Wmhh UnioaRAMMK,    ,  Opinion wim iixpr'-H'icd ul llio px-niinK  f Director Lome Wolverton, reporting  4-for the water- committee, said much of the  f protest against thp imposition of a land  tax against water users is due geheraily  to failure by the public to understand (he  situation. Also, he said, the committee  has failed to'edme'up with any aiterna.-  tive solution.  - Regarding Wfe proposed press release  -���outlining, tho-situation, director Wolyertonj  added a few comments for improvemeriKof  the statement and suggested suPh a-reiegsp-  be of a continuing nature. E>|i-ectpr Cliff  Tliorold agrped and added that the release  he piGSented as sqpii as ppssibie and  without furijipr delay.  MYSTERY STRUCTURE  .. Director Fiapk Wpst has, i\. appears,  rcceivpd rpqpcsts frpm some "^ hi? *,o*1-  .r-j-tMeptl for . information jcgardlpg t q  i>Wmi)?c\' -g/oJji�� ^H"p. p't1, BrafkqflPflEl'  Ainpng llio question--. |rc -.oHgjit oqswers  lo wore; dfjps 1| c-qpform |o |J|p'7,pn����t(  hy|nw�� dops i|i conform |p tlio hlli|F|ing  code,  Another person, lie slalcd, djow hi*"  nllcnlion lo lhe facf Ihal B.C. Ifyd-n  ciews when working on power lines along  loiidfa, have heen ct|lling swathes llirpugji  lreub,.,aphaicolly wi||ioii| (-onbcql of properly owners, Also Ihey do nob always  follow  I hu bio veys,  ('hocking nn lire Mliiiition with local  11,C! Ilydio Dimiligui Much ilensch Ibo  Times was iiiloinicd I hul hu would up-  pri.-ciuli- ii'i-oiving hpocilu-, details Irom  llic riuu'fi'iicil pcrMiii, |l)t!ii Iho maltei  um���b��-���luAutfeUKulud^-l-Ui���nddud���tliul���lu  (Into, huiHior Wosl noi' anyono olso has  complnlncd  to  him.���  Ah lo Iho "i.ti mi.-Iiim;'' icloned lo, Iho  Timcb iiiiilcr.stdiids n neiil giccn-hoiibi" is  Milder i-iiiibliii(!lion lot tho glowing of  oii-hldb hy a iiili!iniil|oiiiil|y known giow-  t.'i who Is icliicnllug fiom Ni.'l.son Isliind  lo I'lntl llond  II    wiih   ii|(ii:i.'i|   lln:   i|iit:i,liooi<   bn   Ii.'-  forrcd   lo  llio   plnnnll'iu' Cuiiun'illcc   for  nvimiigiilion ond roply.       , ,   ,. .  OEBIGNATION  ll'lro i.'hio|' ol   ll|��i  llohoi'lii Ci'ook  li'ii'ii  l)i.'|)iirliiMDil, Hliui ilowliuid, liiiidon.'d iiiu  roi<||{iiiil|oii  from  Hi'! iici'vlco ilml  rclnr  |-im| |q Ihu |||i!|��� Uuil  |l|i!,ro.||liii (���'���������i��,,!!.!o.!.  ill'   dlliliiillifil    l<!||iilillll|(   |i||i.'||    l|lil))(i:    fill  fill!   I!|l|<il)l!tl,   l/llllllilll}   Oil!,   Ill)   ||ll|{.|liliyi.-||  ���iioo   piifju   A-6  Financial situation  falls upon taxpayer  MUNICII'AI. Affnli-H MIiiIhIiiivIIod. I)mi  (!ii||)|)|hi||, Iihh Imoii iiiplyliiH lo Inllnrii  of  prohiHl  Iiiiui  1'ii-iidmilii  i'i.'/jiii'illii/( l|m  rocoiiUy InipoHcil liunl lax.hy llio lloglonul  ^Jliiprih;IIJAj;i!|-ly-|i.idliN!^>ii /r nq|'l'y I'Iiiioi<.'|ii|  "Mliiiiilloh w|i);i!ii7"'i)'"iipjHyii];iip'lMiiit"Tiir liii"  ii|loiilili!|-i)i| hy lhn liiM|iiiyi.'r, l|ku ll i/|- no),  Mr, Ciuniihoiri/lnllt!!' iilalnNl  llllillll; IhojirovlsloiiH of nii|)li|oi||iii|liiry  I r:lI�� j;,   I'nh;,,!   ,litlr,l   IMi-l   .llllilllil.y   |I|I|7,  Iho i<ngio))ii| /ioni'il Iii-oi^iipwurod |o pro  vide |'iiiii!||iiini|ly llm iiorvli.'ii lo n i)iun-  l/i'i of iiikiim wiHmi Mm ii!|(|iiiih| iIIhIiIi-I  mid   iilno  Io uhIiiIiIIuIi  hJiiu/(i;i;   In  rucoviii'  .. Ihu .tun*! -o|' Ihiii .wiilor itisi'vtnu. :.,',.-,,.!'  of VancQuver will, during the next  few,weeks, ^pnduct   a progressive .  sales cainpai'jin uiider the heading  ''Bazaar of Valwes". In    order    to   '  launch tlie promotion, The Times last  week hosted a; dinner in Sechelt at  which participQiits and    staff were  invited-  More  than forty  atteiided,  "Mr. Guy l^ainter of uan.adi'an iVlldta--  Services conducted    a 'Sales Clinic  which was  generally cphsi.dered of  considerable    benefit.    From   left;  Times advertising  manager, Prank  O'Brien, Guy Painter, Murial Bail,  representing    the    Sunshine   Gogst  Credit tfnipht, Ken Gurney of Coastal  Tyres, Terry Raines of Twin Creek  Lumber,    MiGk  McKay    of    Uncle  Mick's Shoes and Neil Campbell pf  Campbell's Variety.  Folk Song Club plans  covert at Elphinstone  ���, EI^PliiksTpNE ITolk'popg 01i"h will be  . $u?ptifMi{Up)imM ?,m.%fo.M Anrii  Jlrd, ,fpflfi"Vlpi/-ftprfprm.p|-s ,l'ni|p Vflpcpu-  vtr nn'd,the ��or}s|iinp po-ist. ; ._. *  ���' Comiliu from lh�� Vapco'uycr "Folk  fjceno, AJrin Moborp, Broil Hwing find  Jiobci'tfi Hudplph nnd from this -non, Iho  ,Da|i|,s| Ch'-fhfim JSlinoy. ojiftJIio "Cljhsons  Liibdin'K "0lossif!oJ.-.| Enstainlilo rtpd .hig  l^tind" wl|j perform.  New Library proposals  protested by councils  IlSIDICATIpNS are that grants lo Munici-  1 pul Public Libraries and Public Lt-  biaiy Asbociations in British Columbia  aie Ip be eliminated under new policy to  be established by the Libraiy Development Commission of B C ^  At last meeting of Gibsons Coiinci], it  was ��*g��ccd to support a piptpU lcgistcrpd  hy the Penticton Public Ljbtaiy Boaid  conceining the new pioposalb which ate  devised to foice small local pubjic li-  ,biaiies 1o bec-pme pail of a lcgiopal h-  biaiy distuct nctwoik This w��hld mean  that in oidei to obtain a giant, these  small hbianes wpuld copie undpi legiqpal  cpntiol with ]iuid piofessional staff ai  pxpense of Hiixpayeis Failure tq partici-  pate in this scheme would throw entire  operating post upon local authorities.  In the past communities JlslV'' RRt-Pd RMf  fro.m regional Jibjarfey vy'ith^tii? loss ;pf  government grant, fhe 'situatiprj ;iih^e>  the new set-up rpeans that thosgr cpprir  munli-ies not wishing to gpf saddied;;^]th  the extra costs'pf a regional syste-^;Wli  ceasp to receive any- gi-qvinpig'! sypsirjjy;  Basec) on 10B0 population sfatis-'tjesi?  this" would suggest th*it ltp20,j^(i perspri^  in S-C. presently serviced by nf-upiqip-ll  public libraries would not recp|vp prfi;.  vinciat subsidized service whilp ��32,580  --wtrtrfdY"��rdes-?- merribei=s--of'- the-a-eglp^i"  library. ���'  BuUeting put out by the ?j|hrS,;y St?"  velopmept Commission statP5! MPri 3F>4  , after the first day of April ��� 1072, gpy  municipal public library pi" public lipj-ary  association whose municipality ^elector-jr  area or school district is in a ppsitioti ip  become part of a larger unit pf sgryiCe gnd  _JlM_jKjj_Jiiingd the !��*u^er--m^il)!. shall he.  iheligrble for pfovlhctar aid /-^ridflr^ 1)10  Public Lihi-aries Act.''  i J  Sechell Garto Club  Bulb andMow#Show  SECHELT Qarden Club's^ Spring Efulp:  and Flower. Show will have g special  Centennial attraction for Ejlernopiary  Suliool children fronrP'ivis Bjy tp ligjf-  lrioon Bay. ���'���'.���  Children are asked lo enter exhibits  no more than twp feel, square depicting  some phase of early Canadian life and lhe  arrangements should contain a good percentage of plant matprial.  Entncs pun-i  be ip St. H^d'-'s Hajl,  Sechelt by ljl'&.rri, on the day pft'ie sb''W  Ip  tftts  Ppplppp  will ho $r- wj|li  anil $*{. "        '  Opcp liijaji) |hia year (he Ffowcr Show  will he combined will" a display of ail  in ranged by. flic Sunshine Cons! Arls  'Cpunoil" and l|-e show-will he free apd  non-coinpelilivo pxcept fpr lf|o children's  Ccnlcnnial entries. ".,.-.  Claims no jb/as  Thuy wi.'ii! glvoii  ll   ll|l!)'ll  would   III!  AT I,AST moolirig of llio- f3|-n6liTnu Consl,  Hcglon'nl lloiii-il diroclnr Ifrniil' Wosl,  KlroHiiod llui l'|��.'l lie lii |n no way spunKing  from hli'i? or from fenr ol loiiing his vuln-  nblii Job oo Ihu - llugionul Hoard, hul, if  iippcnrs soii)o of llio rosldonls of l|iu lloii-  ry Hoiid -ii;cii woio'nol al nil h<i|i|iy wllli  whui Ihiiy" loiirniiil nl n incciinn with  r.-'ii)U)i:ll of (|iliiiiiiu(, lln. mild iinilii! who  worn ''liiil'iiiiioncil" In iipi'inir, |il Coiiiiiji  wi)i'i! nol Ion n|il|nl'|i.'d  In inidcriiliind llinl w||  , no prohloin nl this Iiiiii!, slipplil Ihoy ol'.-cl  10 ohlor'hoiiiuliirioM .of (.IHmi'ni-i.' In'ii.-r, if  Uounnil ciiiiiildiii'ii II iiiilliih'ln, .iiiind'lviiiiiiiiii  will hn ii.-iiiihlliilioil Fuiihor, -mid Wont,  It  /t|/|n:iiiH  lliu.y  wen)  fr|||lili!|||!il   hy  Im-  .   Iiiiii Inld limy (inii(lii huvo  in pay  Iwn  wnlt.-r ruliiii If Ihoy ulny fill of lhn VII-  liil-(i),       ' ' " '  ���(       Tin! ii|iirii)oi| rpiilduiilii nlno nsluiil Worn  11 ,11 won Id'ho poiiHlhlq lo huvo wnlnr siip-  lillcil hy Iho lli.-gliiiiiil'Hoard III "i" ovonl  VjllllflO Of UillMHIIH In I j i mi I Wo In llll Mi, ||o  Inld l|)o llomd ho would  llko In huh Hid  IIOIIIll  llll|l|lly   Ijllflll!  |l)n|(ll!||lfl  Wl|ll II HOI)fl-  Ihlo   nnnwiir   tin  "i.'viilonlly   llii;  t|i|i|i)i'||  -.,-,.doiib.,;iiof-..-wJsh��-lo..do...i.olI...����..H.��.-...~��^^^^  ciiiilil  ���"    Ihiiiclor  WohI-'h roforpneo lo his Job   ���  Is ni)ik!i-i;lood lo ho in li|iht;,ol' ap oar|lcr  TlnicH I'oiioit Ihal shnnld1 flVi lirciui of  IViill  nno  lluiiry  Hood boehpip, pari of   11)0  Vlllngi,',  ho woulil  hocoiiiM. yhliially  rudiiixlaiil as jioard.direijlpr for Iho hioh.  AHKA C*BOWS i  ('uiiiiti'iiolloii I'uiilhiiiim lo iiii.'i'onso on  Iho .Hiuiiiiilnn Cuiml n.'i won nuli.-d In lln:  hiiiJd||l|( h)H|jii(!|ol''H |-i)[)orJ^Jio|n| uf !ll| -  piJi-mlin, involving fTTrnrnTiiig, dwolllp/is  i-'lc,wi.-|'ii iiilton imi h). March hi n loial  vjiluo of $'M|,7H0, J'orinil 'fiiea iiinoilnlcii  . Ip |fil|l  l''or lhn /���ii|ii()-|ii!rloil |iii-l yiiur, Manili  Ili'/O, fllicii!. J'lguruu wcio;'liii purniila lo  li liilnl v/iliic nf tjiH)j,|l|l| and focii i:o|li!i:li:i|  wore .*}".*#.'J'l.  ., DcHpllo i:oi|lh)iii!i| n,M|iii:nln hy |j)o 'jii'ssi'''  ijp'rjii'lor for mi I|iIkIk|iii|I mid n )irfivloun  nihlKiiiillon'JJy (lli-ooloi1 Wont Iluii' #�� now  <:|<!'ir ('noli im nnn|nliii|| should |io opii'.  ullior,-ii pliinpi.T liim'lioiiii hired inslcnd ,  lo In piirl iihmIhI w)lh iiiiNWnrhlK of f)i|i.'|'|o(|  ri.'i<iirill|i/| /.onln/i ule,  HwitiS.'jin  In Miiyuiuhui, 11)110, h hylnw wim null-  ii)|l|i;il  hi   Iho   M'-nlii'inpl (io'vornor    in  I'llillli'll   fill'   llppluvnl,   Wjll'-'ll   l.'Klllhlillllilii  n ni I o nil iii'lni.'!.- Uiul 'Ihr mil, irl'l'ir n ynai'  of opiiriilloi), nii'ovi!)' nul'flvlii))l r<ivni)iii!H  io ipinil iixpijiiillli^'ii, T|io ri!Hii||,w|w ll|Hl  oiiiilliiir hy-luw iow|n|i)|| Ihu mlo ���ijiiii-'lpio  nii|mliil)l|ii||y iipwiililii ' wim mijiiii||lod  which iiiiiiilvi.'iriijiprovii) iinrlh.T llili* yniu  M'fiyor Wally I'kIiiimj)) lold llio Hini)d  ho hopod iho iiciri'ciury would ho willing  llm Ii.'llm niid nol Wo.hI for llm' way ,1m  linn h")) npi.'iiKhi/i llio lollo)' wim|i| i'nil  ho loo fiiilliifiiciory, <��� ��� .  Tlio   ilioollnu   Im'lwimn     Codicil   nnd  ii-nldi-nlM of llm Ik'liiy  IImiiiI Iiiiui wjih )ii  orilur  llinl' any  i|iii!iiiloni< nilglil   bu nn  HVMinjd lolly, A I'd Icr, bud .liuon nciit lo...  i:iu;l| of Uuino who liml |iiilllloi)i!il foi' iiil"'  juv/jrH1 hpl un mmm of |h�� jiu��iii||inii won;"  ililThiuli In idihI, I'oiiiK'lt InvlKiil nnynni!  l|)|l!)l)|ill:fl lo ll|l.'lll wilh llmii), 'I'lnim liirn  ' i:d op flmiillm lluiiry Kuiiil mfn nnd ap.  pHtputl )ii|l|nl'hii| on j<!)ivh)i(, Two iXhnrn  vJi'iii limn J'liill HoihI and iioiijllil iiilni'iii  iil|nn im In how noon wlp-ola io)i|d.ho i��jl  hi Hiulion lo hii.'lii<|i! I'ihII Mmid .In llm  Ad-Brlcls  point  the way  fo action!  in Today's Classified;*  liAIK'ilt; Ai/o Irlcyclo, i|i|ii,i 'J'linu ytrnmlnr,  ��� lllio now, .tail, ������ '���    ��� , "  litim Unwjllcilu.iiiotli oyuir Ji,l"(-l| hppnm  (|il,Q(K) icoiliJiii);  i.u)inini|i|ii))y    iipwuiiiM     wim     mi ioi|H"M, liiioii i|H lOlMiW noon wi|i��:||i io)i|o im kiji      m   ||mi)��. iJii��,!.))|cil��  ii;ot|| oyu|r J<,"('1| hoo)��Jt|  whh'h I'lii.'ulvnil no|iiovi|) onrlh.T IIiIm yimi in mnlion In ini.>|iii|o I'ihII  Hoiid .In Dm,    '(10,000 'ifliiilein);'  .iimI  lioin llm hilorioiMPin now piovldod Vllln/Oi   Mnyor J'nloinon uli-o pnhilMl oui v *   r,imr,. , in,,,|iir<i. an imiii o.n iffim���,  liy fljf�� Itft/jfiiTiiiT!" /ioiiiil; avsm i^w-tlirr."'"'ihiil rlViiiiF" wlm'imd Kl'ffiifi.1 lllnDoiliInn ~ pRfW,^  oiiihiiaii'il o.Hpi'iiilliniiaj inioil ho fuilhr.T woo m-oh{n fiom iiiciui not oven "con ... ���'    .      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M)i'|iihli.-n I'oiii-Dinini! iuguiat|oi|ti gov'  i!||ilni< hoalii ,ilhii.-hii|ghig raw nuwa/ui In  html Iwh'ipnt yfiHttppidii ul thoiiiindliiu  npd tiimhir VnhHv, (foii.ltti timp-ifdor l*��i��r  lloll  Hii|/gimU.<i|   lhat hhowoiH nthd  lollolii  ho h|flin||i.-d for mihllc uuc  If in Hm lonpoiiiiihlllly of l||��r Mn/|li||inl  I'Miiil IIhuII lo ii-1-nvnr lh" '''"��� "f Hmli'  wnlrr cyiili'iu, jn Hmli  own way,  P��,ACP CHANOP  Mnhi'ilii Ciiii.k llnKpll J Auxlliiuy Iiiin  ihiioK'-d |Ih tntttdhpl plinm Irohi llio 14-     ���,  hritry lo.Ht, AliiHn'n Moll, Moxi ���loKujiir1' ,' ,   .  -milling will Im hold nl  lh pin. In HU      . .11  was mpuiul Ihu mk.'oIoij/ prnvjdo  Aldii))*n Hull hp Monday |Vhij'.h fh|i. ���;      '.^ Hid potliiom.-iM will) whiituvor iuihwoim ho  ('hnliiuiiii ,1, Typori'Mplnlnoil ihul orl-  -���hi'illy Hm? nollllon inWl hi'i.-n .pn.-.M-ui'-d  ludhi'i'torWotil iinil 11 bud Jn'i'ii u'ijiiohI'iI.  thai |m: Im piinndrd will) iiii!<wi.<|m,  Woh'I roiii'loiliiil hy iignin nln.'1'i'hig llip  hul   ho   Iium  ilono  ovoiyibbm  ihiough  Ihu j|pii)il iiiioiilu)' In niak�� ulnar llforn.  'h ici hii��K "n hl'lt.iHifl.,  Pliono linen open Snn��loy* clatsUjcii  dcodllno is Sundoy evening,, ,  "A  0  r  ���r  r *       \  I  J     0\  ���if  ~-0  ,  *.  n  *K  ���-���  0 ^  �����>  I .        '  i0^7?^'^iP^U^i^x^ r~J..^^^^-^  W}^jsq&^&,0il\-4*^fi*li0P*10**&-s' . -  ������  ' '��� - "->,->-��"��������� x'*^f^Yi Pqge A-^ ��� the Pfnlnsiilci Tltoe�� We^Mdrch 31/1971  .���V ,* ^��i  ���ij<  ,v  U  ���Ts|  S:  X  ���W����-WM*)m^w^iwww��im��iimmiwwmiwi��w^  111    REAL |STATS (Continued)     REAU ESTATE (Cont.) }t       REAL ESTATE (cbn^fiufldy     WAITED TO RENT  MMW ������������4 ������.-,.  ..... - ,-. ������"������-�������� *-J ��� .���������.������.������        ^���. _..���-,-��������������� ������- -������-   - ��� ���   - ���.���.��� ������ j.���,.. ... ��� '���*������������ '������.���-.���I ���������   i  _,���. ��� ,_��� .w.������       f������������������_�� ���..*���   .���  - ��� ...jj.���.������-  AUTOS & TRUCKS (ConU    FOR SAkE (Continued)  ^^ __w ___��� ^        i-  ,^i;PEWWsuui^fo��^ Sechelt V Phone 805-9654  1 *    ft \.  Classified  mniiniwwunmim  ���^jinreMwiimummnn  FPNDI& -Hm-hoov���^hoioe.  S , 2 BEDROOM home far sale,    ESaj-J^ENT  commercial   lot    2-3 BEDROOM*' house wanted   ,'50 AUSTIN, ne\Y tires, clutch,    IP IT'S suits -r- H'a Morgans,  Watevfrqnt op sapje level lot  With deep! moorage. Older 2  bdrm. house, Jack Noble, 8,83-  3701. Rpehe-ltei- tfe��}ty, J)3(i-  7292. ' .      (1094-tfn  Mermaid  "186=21102.  5tveet,  ^echeU. '��� centre SecheHT-hi'lhwa.y  615Q-1B location,'leveVrmd cleared. AH  ��� ��� (������������  services   available.   $ox   110^  MSTJtyCfS   -^f-nted  fop  coast Peninsula'Times*,       , NQ-Mfn-  prppert'es.     fhope     collect  ,   published Wednesdays" by .  Powell River News Town.Crier  Sechelt-Time-t Ltdt>"s ,  at Sechelt, BC -  Established. 1963    i     .  Member, Audit Bureau  ��� .of Cliculatians  J'September^0ri970  Gross Circulation 2930  *   Paid Circulation 2446  As filed with the Audit Bureau,  of Circulqtion, sttrbject tp audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Priefs (12 words)  One  Insertion  ?J0Q  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  (This tote does not apply to  -commercial AB-Briefs)  Box Numbers  10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is qdded  for Ad-Br|efs not "paid by  publicqtion date,  Legal  or Reader  advertising   35  per count line,  Subscription Rates���i ',  By Mail; ,  Local Area $6,00 yr.  Outside Local Area _$7.00 yr.  U,S4, , _5?.00 yrf  PERSONAL (Continued)  AteOHOUOS Arjonj-ptous ���.  Meetings Q:80 p,m.> Thursdays, Wilson OreeH Community Stall. Ph. 385-9327, 88(j��  2343. 4070-tfp      ���.., , '   , 0  WISH to contact Latter * Pay  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 886-2540. 4605-tfn  51U Hartle  or Jim t Metptpsl\   ApFHOX 21  acres priipe ft-  GO' WATF.KPRONT lot,  W^t    112-985-4151 (24 hrs.) Highlapd       tUre residential proptM'ty, el  Sechell. Ready to bMjlrJj' p\\    Tie'llty, 3107 fldgomont  Blyd.<  North Ve-nconver, R.C'  ; (1120-21  top portion with- magnificent  view, P��t|t down slope to safe  sunny beach for -privacy, 5  min. to expelle-nt -"ijopping  centre find mall.' All fnoilities.  Priced for quick sale t\t $8900.  Owper,  805-2410. 0098-}|)  CORNER lot for sale at  Set-,  ma' Park.    100x120.   Phone  TO ALL parents. We will not  tolerate any  further  defac-  'ingvor destruction of our prp-  885-9395.  . 6090-1 m  5 ACRES, Village of Sechelt,  elevated view'^property, un-  perty by juveniles. We will- '.developed:- $10,000 cash. Box  take severe action henceforth. 5819, c-o Bo* 310, The Times,  ���-Twilight  Theatre manager^. -^Seelielt,_3^a,-/ L^ggtlOr-tfri  , -    61^'4?    N1W 3 hecirdpm hops^fpiU  basement, ope hjpclt ghop?  ping centre, Sechelt,, Sale hy  owner- Full price $23,500.  885-9951. , 6144720  EWARJ McMVNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  lyiultiple Listing Service   *  ' Box, 238, Gibsons, ^B.C,  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  _    Notary Public  GIBSONS  COUNTRY  ACRE-  evated vlew,.lf����e apifess, close  tp pew subdivisions/ "mainly  bpsh, Sechelt Village. $30,000,  tyUl sell block or 5 jacre lots,  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C. ,   4489"-tfn  $43,500 on terms���2V3 cleared  sea,vie\v acres; productive  young orchard at Davis Bay.  55- ft. concrete swimming  ppol with walls and cabana.  5) bdrm. house pips basement  and attic; 3 cut stone fireplaces; opt. stone and stucco  exterior; double windows op  main floor. Also open to real  to   rent,   ponder   flarlippv  area. Phone 0113-2523. ���  ' 5007-tfn  FAMILY-beach   cabin wanted  for July  and  August.  Ph,  (180-70011. " 6085-18  fl E TIRE p1 carpei-ter���iU-g  oi"bip huilder, requires cabin  near \yn lev front. Will Pay rent  or work part rent. Writu Box  6122 c/o Peninsula Times, Box  31Q,  Sechell.     ' 0122-18  WANTED    immediately  . b -y  responsible family, 2-3 bedroom house  in  Secholl  area.  Phone 085-2340. 0153-10  MOBILE HOMES  24'xOO   DOUBLE   wide   trailer  .demonstrator   for   sole    By  el��ded-aerew-^^  gentle south slope. Good land    Sechelt,  B& Phone 885,2)112.    *m a"ei   �� p m'        oW ,tn  1 " (1082719'  ,:������   brakes, gep. Y-R- plugs,  ppi'nts. Saorifice at $125. Ph.  885-2097.       , 6002-18  1903 LAND Rover pickup,.4-  whoel   drive   wHh Chev   0  motor. AH new tiros. $|i9fi. Ph.  083-2001. 0112-ltt  i960 PLYMOUTH slnlion wn-  , gon. V8, aptomatia -"pd ratlin. !J21fiO. Also-'washuig machine $50. Phono fUfl-2414.     '  6113-18  1905 ANGLM stfltfprt wagon.  Good coacjitiop, $400. Phone  evenings jp-7107.oc 885:0747.  '   >    t (112(1-IB   , 1 .   "04   HALFLINQIIR    -1x4.   Recently   rebuilt.   Will     tm*le  ���for boat or pick=up. Ph-^05-  9520. 6110-18  885-9330. Sechelt, B.C.  .    88Wfn ,  DOUBLE I rack snow mobile.  Ph. 80M421: "flOpa-ai  STIUL pp\vor saw, 0 hPt ^i>'l-  el 070, *2|)0. 0 hp Mercury  outboard motor $175. BnU\ in  good condition, Charlie hue,  '883-25113. (1024-20  ORDER   your   garbage   jnpiyt-  ��� oral or  at   $3.50  each  from,  Sechell  Kinsmen. Phone fl(jfV  2475. %   5898-1 fn  1900 OLDS station --waupn,  P.S. P.B. 14-ft^^oat and  traileivSpme 352 Ford parts,  6 cyl. Plymouth motor nud  trans, bed chesterfield. Phone  John at 883-2323 (1081-19  WORK WANTED-  Overseas  .$10,00  yr.  -$3.50 /  $4.00  Special Citizens,  Local Area ���  (   -Canada     By Carrier '. <Oc mo,  Copyright ond/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other, materia! appearing in-  this edition of the Sechelt' Peninsula Times. s Permjsison to Te-  "p reduce" whollyn3r~ln~partTind-1rr  any form whatsoever^ particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject ��� to recQurse jr�� law.  v.:..:!.���..y : .... .... i':"..'.. ���  . . s=  CHUCKS painting & ^ecora^  ing. Guaranteed work, reasonable rates, 885-2375,  54927tfn  EXPERIENCED drywall acpu*  $tie & textured eeflings, now  In Gibsops area/ and serving  the peninsula, Free E9tirpateg.  Fast sevvice, Ppone G & W  Drywall, 88475315,       4208=tfti  , GARE'EN digging, fence post  digging    and    landscaping,  reasphable   rates,    Phone    L.,  i fpmii?ie ;886-7I26. :5M4-18  FRUIT tree and hedge pruning. G. Charman, Phone 886-  9862, 6l38tfn  ROBERT CREEK-    'v  Tfrpipg and. Filling by hand  and machine. Spray Tex Sparkle Ceilings.  BEAUTIFUL new 2 leW'w;'t  home -pn'"21 acres p\m 3!';r��Vf��"  nue, cottages. 0ri highway and  waterfront. AU landscaped;  well sheltered bay with float.  Start your- mptel or marina ip  this ��� ideal location at Halfmoon "Bay. Phone ��wrier at  885-95347 '   6121*21  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  .   REALTY LTD.  Box 799, Gibsons, B.C.  886-7244  S.   FLETCHER   RD.:   Lovely  ,    view   lot   80'   rd.   frontage,  olose  to  park,   PO,  shopping,  etc.    Well    priced    for    only  BIRTHS  -Phene-886-7-193-  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .   ,   . Is  pleased- to  sponsor this  Birth   Annoiincement   space,   qnd  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENT  V971 CENTENNIAL CALENDARS, ready for Christmas  Mailing.: M (includes Prbv;  Tax). Available at the Municipal Office, Gibsons.   5592-tfn  MR;::ihd. Mrs, Glen. i". Mcr  Donald of WUson Creek  wish to announce the marriage of their youngest son  Trevar Charles, to Jacquajine  Donna Milner, only daughter  of~Mr, and-Mrs. Peter D, MiJ-  ner of Cache Creejc, former  residents of North Vancouver.  Wedding will take place at 6  p,m��� April 10th at St. Andrew's Wesley United Cbui'cli,,  corner Nelson and Burrard  Sts���   Vancouver,  B.C." 6127-18  CARD OF THANKS  Roberts Creek, B.C.  6027-tfn  HELP WANTED  QUALIFIED pre-school teacher for half; days starting* fall  term, Apply Jack and Jill cooperative . Nursery School.  Genera]  delivery,  Gibsons.  -j-v - 6114,20  SCHOOL District No. 46 (Se-  cheU). Subsitute^teacher for  a Grade M class at Gibsons  Elementary School for the  period , April 19 - May 26,  1971. Applicants should state  certifcatlpn and experience.  Apply to Secr^jfey-Treasurer,  Box 220, Gibsonff before April  ."flj'h-  '���' - ���"!?'������'���,''���   6123rl8'  PART   time   motel   help   re>  .quired. Box 6147 c-o Peninsula Times. Box 310, Sechelt,  A' 6147-18  ,���__  ���     ������.   5-  PENDER .HARBOUR  EVERGREENS LTD.  fyr  WOULD like to thank  Dr,  Burtniok and Dr. Irish, ulsn  the .nurses and staff of St.  Mary's Hospltnl, for uli their  klndnosH lo mo while in hos-  piliil-Mi'H.   A,   DhvIoh.  -���rn���7- ::- .,' .������(ilfrOfll|���TrYnn_jjicUtip--for���greeptir-unj  ���,���___ ��_, ',,,, , ���,.l,t,',A" ���"- wliiart; on RiioHhirie Coast  Evergreens Wanted  SALAU, A2,c undone  HUC|< 42c undone  Done up 9c extra  OBITUARY  SMITj"* Mirch    2(1,     11)71,  Chnrlos Waller  Smith  aged  (11   years   of 'Huberts   Crook,  B,C,  Survived   by   his   loving  wifo.JrlH, two brothers  Frif'd  niTd"-Oooi'|{i!, four' sislors,' Rlsiu,  Mlniiln, .Slelln nnd Alice, Also'  his motliitr-in-lnw Mrs, Dluirt,:  nnd mid hrothers-ln-liiw .liu.'l|  ' nnd Roy, Fuiiera) sorvh-u' wmi\  hold  Monday M/uol'i 'Ml from  tlio   'Fiiinlly   Cb.uppr of    llm  llnrviiy   Fiinnrnl   llomo, ,H��v,  DiinnlH Iviorgiin Vil'fii'liiluir, iii-  lorimnil   Hoii-Vlnw. Comolory,  In  'llmi  of  flowiirii,  doiioiionn  to Hi,  HiirthnloiriVw'tt Chunili,  , -ii*!--"-;.-^.' ���.. .������ / ;    oina-irt  PRRSONAU  Before picking, contact plant,  1st place North of- Pender  Hurhour Hotel  Phone iim-'Mm or 60*1-2721  50H6-lfn  REAL ESTATE  WATI'lltFHON'!' property wnn-  l��/| hy prlvulu parly, I'hoiio  112-462-0441. flflH7"l��  $3,350 _  REDROOFFS RD,: Beautiful  view lot, with 100' waterfront, including a house trai^  ler. Fantastic holding prop-  erty and" mvestmetvf."���TPP  $12,500;';     '  - -'���     :"  GIBSONS: 2 lovely level building lots, lovaly view propr  erty, easy walking distance tp  sfore, PO,- school, on village  water supply, hydro and  phone. Priced to sell at $2500  each ' or BUY BOTH AND  $AVE.   Only   $4500   for   both.  MADEIRA PARK: Xpprox. 1  acre lot, 130' highway-frontage, nice stream, thru property. Small house in need of  renovating: $7500 cash.  2 ACRES SEAVIEW: 400' on  paved road.  New home area, W. Sechelt, FP only $6,950  10 ACRE TRAILER PARK  SITE: Plus 40--72 cement  block barn, --Ideal; for storage.;  ppd recreation room. Paved  road- Per. wafer supply. Real  investment at .$22,000 FP.  SEMI-WATERFRONT: Redrooffs Road, well built 2  bedroom home. Largo. Heath-  ntoi- fireplace, large kitchen,  A-0 heat, carport, sundeck.  Lovely landscaped grounds  oyer one'acre. A musi see al  $21,500 FP.  40 VIEW ACHEBi- West Sc'wiV  , eJtr Lpvely treed park like  properly, J200' frontogo, Ideal  Jiii^uliUiyJalon.���lIuti__a_JietkN.  rooms, Renovated home, fftiil.  trees, Garden noil, $5,1100  Terms,   ���  WE.HT. BRCUPi/ri Rotlrnmorit  invetilmeijl., c|oho lo boiinb  with uxi'ftlfcjnt sh|i View,  Home routed al $100 per.  month, Property could subdivide In ,'i lols, FI'.1)17,500,  WKHT HlSCl'llGIVr VIKWi llipo  for diiyiilopmenl, A'ppt'ttx.- 9  iM-'i'mi, i;urgo( oiodiiro 'J, lu'vol  view hoinu, Frolil'iigi! on paved rond, Nmw roml grudiid,  ,V��ry  lilllo iispiinmi  io  finish.  and (lightly? treed. This is an  ideal location for hobby farm  or what have you Just mrhptes  from the village, Offers,  GIBSONS AREA: Businesses,"  businesses. If ypn h^ye q.  substantial down payment we  have some attractive businesses  to pffer, Check with us for details, prices, etc.  HOMES FROM HOPKINS TO  ��� SEQHELT: 1, 2 or 3 bedroom homes from $8,400 -re7  Mrerpent home to $48,000 luxury -home on two lots with  Panoramic view and many in  between. Give us a call.  LISTINGS WANTED   ,;  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Petersprj     886-2877  Box 238, Gibsons,  B.C.  "    ������    ,- ���    6143-18  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate &, Insurance  I  _Ji_i__________ao_RiyB_.  WANTKP,  fishing  i-otliiKo  or  cilbhK   Wnlnrfront   or   View,     V'oy   111110  i.h|  H'oiu1 ilh'fiill  honl, dock,  North v;'_';_'' hirllutr Info cnli ,1, And  Hii'lfmoon Buy to I'undor Hm  hour.,Box (1(177, n-o I'linlnsulu  'riirum, Box 310, Hoi'holl,  0077-HI  WHAT PO YOU WANT  TO SEE?  Pleaso ������onclJhl'i nollco In  with your sufjaestlons, Dl��-  ,,��.wu,,,.,���. count s - orv.. I.|ck��l s,,. wl 11.... 1)0���  olven lo pnrllclprinlf-,    �����  -. ,. .     ������'���!���{    ������:'���'m*" A ..  Manager '  ���TWlClGHT THEATRE  IIMMII  RUSTIC 2 BEDROOM  ...   CdTTAtir:   .,'���;'  In lovoly wo<Kliiy soiling, 2  hloi'ks from hunch, posl of-  fliro, slorii, golf coiiiHo, Rnnl-  Isllcully  priced   for   ChhI.   hiiIo.  $13,200 spmo terms  Box 1)10, Minion City, B.C  '     phono IWh7MI  Wu'luiii'l'),. ��V'"il"l(H   ilZfl-0071  . 1,... flOSW-KO  I'Hon,  I.AHGK   1,<)'V\   lii.ooo   m),   f|  from $1110(1 10 itiWDi), |-|i,uhh  cull ,1,������ Anderson1* IIM-M;---. (ur.  \t\ca) nr nm.mh (��hw.r ���'  Cull John. "Uliui'li, "liim.771111 OR ���  .luck   AiiderHon,  llllll,-��or>;i  oil,  Lorrlo Clirurd', iifin-77110  illil'M'll  j - , ,   _; CENTRE .  Gibsons, BC.   886-2481  LANGDALE: View lots, $3500  to $4100. Some terms available,  ���   _    88672401.    NORTH RD.: 5 acres $5500.  886-2481     -  CHAMBERLAIN RD,;. iJg  acres, flat, treed land $5000  cash. 4.6 acres, corner parcel,  $6000 cash. These .are terrifi?  buys, owner anxious to sell.  ]      B86-2481  ABBS   RD.:   2   Bdrm   home  with   spectacular   view,   on  large   lot,    ideal   for   couple.  $11,900.     ( "      I  -���'������'���     ""!;n80-248l  ]''  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Wellr  built 2 BR home in spic and  span condition. Nice garage.  Furniture and appliances included in $12,050, Iry half  cash (MLS),  MARINE . IJRIVE:    Close    lo  bench,   good   view.   A   well  looked  after 2 BR home,' FP  U\ Ui, levol  Int. $12,701),  GIBSONS RURAL: Lots of  elbow room hi, this 3 BR  homo on large lot, fully ser-  vlced, .atirue tl yely urranged  "with ITTxTTriTR und Hiindticli,  Miiilern bathroom, utility, etc.  rlljiiH"  i'"of.  $111,1100  on  (eriiiH.  ROSAMUND ROAD: (q)    Lot  70x222   (15,540  HU, . fp.-Uwo  Htriint I'ronliigo $2750, (h) Onn  iicrn plus (I30x;i37) $3:100.  llll()'-24Hl  GOWER POINTl (a) Vlow lot  ��� 75x265, fully serviced $3500  FI', (h) Half nn iicro, fully serviced $7500 F|'.  iimi-2'ini  Moiirly  nix uutiw  of  ni����ly  wooded land,   hi,   HI'|OllK)/r  (Viiii"igo), Access road in, well  on properly, Annnnl inxos only $35 iipprox, A good buy for  holding nl, $10,000, TnroiH pns-  Hlhhi lo i'<iod liiiyih'H,r ,''���..  IIIIII-24III  PENDER  Harbour:   3   Mvm, ,  home completely rernode-!-  led. 1,100 sq, ft. lge. kitchen,  Oven an acre of land. View  prop e r ty. AU furniture  included. Ideal for retirement or summer-home. A real  steal at $28,000.- MLS. Jim Mcintosh 684-5494 or Bill Ha��rtle  987-1565 or 08574151'(24 hrs.)  Highland Realty, 3197 Edge-  mont Blvd., North Vancouver,  B-C, 6119721  Got a horse and no placer-,  to put it? Well, just look at  this 5% acre block with small  barn, chicken -house, and 2  homes for humans, live in one,  rent the other. Asking $10,000  dn. but make^ an offer.  Immaculate ,2 bdrm. home  on parldike grounds. Modern  open plan living, 4 pee. bath,  utility. Attached garage. Try  $fo500 dn. on $12,900.  Unobstructed view property  ^iDsenlrTr .GldeT^TsraTrTrhtrrneT1  MUSIC  Ax  PIANO   for  9639;-  sule.  Phone  885-  ��� (I050r20  BOATS & ENGINES  17 M1.''wooden boat with half  cabin.    $300    with   40   h.p.  Johnson, $700.  Ph. 8.86-7793.  .,' 6117-18  30'    FlSHBOAT,    handyman's  special, best  offer.  883-2336.  6136-18  22'    ART-CRAFT   WITH    V8  INTERCEPTOR-EATON  OUTDRIVE.  Has   been   boat   house   kept  with   4-wheel   trailer,   $1,495.  19' Plywood cruiser with Volvo power ..   $1,325  18'��� K&C wilh full house type  top. 115 Evinrude power.  Demonstrator $2,995  New   K&C,   Sprinkbok,   Sun-  =CT======lineet"=beat^t"=^xiiik-======  1904 INTERNATIONAL.% ton  PU, $550 or offer. Ph- 886-..  21(10.     .. 6134-20  0  ��� '  LIVESTOCK  GOOD   riding   mare   and   8  month   old  Filly   for   sale.-  $75 each. Ph. 005-9312.  6100-17  ROAN Gelding, 15.2 V]M. 6  years old. tlalf Tehnessee  Walker, half Quarter horse.  Sound and gentle. Ph. 886-  2617. 6125-20  LOST  BLACK Labrador cross Sam-  oyd   (Buddy),   studded   collar,   lost   vicinity   Davis   Bay.  885-2351. 6149-18  WAITED TO BUY  BEES,  hives,  and   beekeeping  equipment    wanted.    Write  PO Box  380, Sechell, B.C.  6137r20  1003 FORD .Pah-lane 500, 2-  door hm'dtpp. 30-30- Wln-  chesvpr rifle. Zenith eambiim.-  tion fridgtf freezer. G.E. 18 Pp.  ft. refrigerator. iPb. 885-Pfi78.  <  ��� ������*  -     6115-18  3 TV antennas 2, 6 & 12 with  mast.   $25.   Ph.  886-7703.  611H-10  YOU can catch your fish And  - cook it too, with books from  The Times, Sechelt, How to  catch salmon $1.25, how to.  catch crabs $100. Canadian  fish -cookboplf $1.50. Also enjoy your leisure with Sunset  Hobby Books, $2.50,] Ph. 1185-  9654, j 6124-19  _-_4_ : , :   HOUSEHOLD  furdture wan-  led.  686-7156. J       61411-18  SPRING olearance���-12' Aluminum Starcraft boat, 40 hp  Johnson outboard Seahorse,  6" Beaver jointer planer, 10"  table saw, furniture ai^Kol.her  misc.- items. The Rental jjHiop,  Davis   Bay,   885-21148.  (1151-18  Garden full of bulbs, etc. but  requires attention. This place  requires work but at only  $12,500 full price, you can't  loose.  We have other A-l farms, 10  to 20 acres [with good homes.  Call us and make an appointment to view before it is too  late.  Close to Langdale ferry, 2  lovely lots side "by side' Ideal  for that summer hideaway.  $5,000' gets the two-  LISTINGS WANTED  CLIENTS  WAITING   J  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTP,  Gibsons, 9,B-   ':-.-'-,' fe*  Phone 88Q-2000  MEMBER \  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  6(39-18  FOR RENT  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek"  Community   HaJlUContaci  Mrs,    Diane   AndefrfhA,    885-  ^385, ,  ��� ���  .    \ 5455-tfn  UNFURNISHED    2    licdroom  _houaeT__Tillicum__Bayr_$U(ll.  -i-   Your  Evinrude  Dealer  MADEIRA MARINA  Ph. 883-2266       Madeira Park  OMC  Service  Centre  ., - 6064-tfn  CARS & TRUCKS  1955 FORD station wagon.  Auto trans. Rebuilt engine  gone 15.00Q miles. Trade /or  12 ft. aluminum boat or offers.  Ph. 885-2416. 0049-21  1969 JEEP, 4x4 panel  wagon-  aire.   Would   consider   trade  for" property.   Phone   886-2877.  6043-20  '55    METEOR,    four    mags,  good tires, radio, Herst floor  f);"   reconditioned . mo!o'v  Body" good    shape.    $300'  Or  trade. Phone 1)05-0588.  0051-21  1966 MAL1BU, V8, unto. Irons,  radio, all ' now whilewulls,  carpet, .2 dr. hardtop, beautiful condition. Low mileage  ond in top shape, $1500 cpsh.  -I No offers. 885;II054.     0038-l-fn  ���ffT DUNK iiiiggy, louded with  extl'UH.    Phone   880-9357   or  1186-26(14, '     0045-tfn  FOR SALE  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass r��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware'  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (197sl) LTD.  Phone 886-9:103, Gibsons, B.C.  GARBAGE burner,. good\ condition. $50 or swap for TV-  Ph.   886-7215.    -��� 6130-20  LARGE     size     tricycle,    $15.  Tape recorder, like new, $20.  885-2087. ' 614(1-18  COLONIAL "tapestry   chesterfield,   $85.   Ph.   886-7793.  6135-18  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  1952   DODO K   pick-up,   needs  bnllerv   apd    llcenne,   $120,  month, Ph.  H85.0471.' 0140-16    Ph. 1165-2315,  6126-16  Jli'-k While,  Knn Ci-oiihy  Jny VisHiir  ono-aoiio  l|H(|-20i)R  l|l|(J-W00  II14(1-1II  \  COTTAGES  aroii I$I2^00 Inrms, 2'Rdrm,  Somo  OFFICE HELP - FEI  M LOT  .���. MADEIRA PAKK SUppiVISIDN   ."  Tho hmi \ofu�� vlow lols in* Vondor llorhoui-���-ovarl'-oklnq,.fM  I hiihoor ond Golf, clotw lo Moron ond wh<*rilv.~|lioso loi�� cop  ho pnrrhnitefl wild 0 vary low down p'-ymonf "nd f-oymorlt'i  nn low 01 $38 per month,  i4 .  1���On' baach Solmo Pk.  '    finishing.'-  ...,..-..-���....-   2-���Two older type houses, view lots, Inrnn, Both 2 ' Bdrms on  Hwy, 112,000, Terms,        , ,       if.  3���At Roberts Creek in-hlopk top rd, 1-o.a, primgo, llorna lol, ,2  Pdrmi-, $13,950, lerms,, Nr. whorf fl, Imr-r.h, Mr, Rood  A00-B79A or 6fl7-444r, ,   LOTS  I���Wqror front 100 If, by, 200 ��|, All services, Solmble for sub* V  rflvlrfl'no, View Vnn, Is. A, iGoorrjIri 51. firm, $11,280,  2���-Roberts Creek, 3 Ms nr, whorf, AH servitfls, t-fi000 opch,  ||3x3BO ft, Mr, Good 6flfl-879o or oB7-'1'l'll.  ",; acRrage r )(_ .       t,A.  A most fnnlflidlfi two nnd holf oeres fir'nporiy wilh Iho finest view  oh H'>W" Sound Inclndlno exucnilvo lypo nil-modern iwo Udrm.  home, To hnliuyu llilil hnrrjnln II hot- |o Im mmhi, About 300 ll,  on writer Willi���'collo-ja inclu'dnd for null, 'lhn whole romplex,  Only HS.000 imtm, Mr. Good 68H-B79A 1,1 W-444 ),  PliSIMrSSM  J"'1  GIBSONS, PC. ; ���       nNo\2?51  Quality at his best. One acre view lot Ort Gower Point Road. |l)U  ft. wpterfront lot cdpld be included in Sa|e,JTh!S 4 be^fROm;|-flrnt-iv;  has.a|| amenities one could requjrc; UpdororQMn-l Wiring,-��� IroplW  /full oroohd leycl hosomenh bullr in sfpye, slolnlesj stael cpunte��.  Well worth Prt jrispeclion. Ono could not replaco Iho house for lhe  F.P. of $43,50Q7-^ferms. Peter Aejbers, 886-29�� 1. res,  ROBERTS CREEK N��- '8M  2 7  ocrcs ap  the Hlghwoy.' Excellent view, year round  streqm,  existing  road allowance alpno side,  $4,500  F.P, Peter AelNrs,  886-2991 res.                  '__ZZ' .-1:  ^'~   K-  GIBSON5, B.C, 1 No- ,9/,B  Two bedroom homo, level to beach, plus vqronr waterfront lot,  adloinina small p"l>lic 'Park- F-xposnro and view are excellent.  This is a good combination Irom the point of view of onlpymorit  and invostmer-t. $19,000 F.P. Terms. Polo Aethers, 886; 1991 ros.  GIBSONS ���-',*'  'Georgie   View   oxclnsivo:   Complete   privacy,   outstanding   vlow.  Brand new iwo bedroom home. Spacious boomed llvirig room -  -k)lphan7-lofoe-deck_Bosomont_tor_jJ,Qrc-ii(i,   Uyal, fiPfHngJjiL.  Coll Ci-B.'Qolhqreolo; 886-701 S.-,'      ���  Rollrfl hfirfl op Howe Sound Sunshine Coast, Granny, I'.O, and    '���       -"'.OOO dn, hi'iMioi Ml,  Anpllcotlons aro Invited for future po��Hlon�� In  tho offkos a|- oiiij Porl Molloh opomllon.  1 p'roforonco will ba olvon ro,o()pllco'niB!po*9W6|nq  oxporlorKO In Typlno, Clorlcol; 5<?crolnrlol of liiislnM  Morhlno operation, -  .��� .--TboXompony-^offor6..-cornpelltlvo..salarlo��,icincl0,  full ronn�� of moiJIcal nntl p'<int��lon,l>>n��flh.  ;..     |-|flqso 6��n<1,wrlH��n rcpjlo-- (n confidence fo;  "   personnel) Suporvhor,   ,  ( Canadian  Forest  Products  Ltd,,    Uoyye Souh<f P��ifp Division  ' * .,, ',    ,,port Mallon; R,C,   ,_-. ,  "T  ' 9fi"Wrm-rlroni lot of l*epdtir Hprboor��� ^,000.       '  <i% Acro-y Modelm Park,  11OQ'> fmnfagq on lllflhwfly--f0000  Wharf, Mod, Dying rinnrfefft, Abonl  $21  Gf,(id,Aflfl,fi796 or 6n7-flA^\, Also one oilier nhoni $27,b()f) do,  Wo have the ton i/or!folio ol llnHnon rill Hypo* lor ih�� fjonrihlilne  Cocisl, Mr, Gwrl WWM ���:- f*W-M I ���  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.   -  , ofM I1URRARIV ST��� VAMCOUVf-K  (Aboyn the Tohi'IM flnr��oii)  30 \xn  PiAKL COVR SU|l|i|VI3IOH '   ,  *  l-orgo i-bo|c<i uoml-waforfronf lou n few hundred feet from  ,   .          br-rjrh nnd fnhlncK Priced fmm $3/00, ��� ���  Many ol|inr yl'iv/ noil Miml-wnlorfron| foln fnini $3(500 )<�� $8000,  "*"     "'" '''Term"i'''iivo|(al)|e"on,"olw  :"*' *' "*"""  i P|MM>ur)t for Cq��h,l  , OLLIvSLADEY       :l  ���-.| ��� .      . .    l'��J  " '" Modi] ro "fj^^~rj:cr���'"  Phone Pender rioitioui' 883^233  ,      IU.WRTSL1  ("Por 53 Ypor*} the People VVho (>��"       ,   ,,  SEA VlfW , , 1 TRAIL AND yAHCOtiyfilt ISI.ANpV ,  ,Thf"i.plfrof)OnrJonn..ynor..o)fl.,h  Mdf.'llpfiL.  bnill on fli�� PiIiiiomiIo, Willi rV'xItV'.l'riniM oii'l (>" \mfoi\<)p In,  holh cttlllnH*. puilmeler hoi water heal. Tbtt vlewHldi, wall U all  dool'|�� w|hdow, hogn living 'morn, J'/d hoilii np rpnlp IMr, ''Somo  flnl��hlng \e,t'upninit*, .Uindsceriiiil, You'll |oyn lliki onn, Asklnii  $'15,000, JoMonu litlnula west fit Pnvls hay, To view plamn \  phone ,Ui)dAl.Wf^frAWi fUi\i\ fo||w.|; Off|r�� <m>WM  ' *  '-" ' ' Fy,mm 1,  GRANTHAM5                ,              ,   , ��� ,'      -���,,���,'  Near new two bedroom Immo on high view.  Folly  Insnlnlfidj  pVooohci hirnaco, four-fileco vanily bolh, Wall to wn||' coriioh  lorgo tundoek, $ 15,000 F.P. P.P. of $5,000 qr reasonable offors.  Call C. R, Galhercole, 086-7G|fi, ^^ '  M'ADPIRAPARK " , , , .Na 36-2002  Uorgo |n| ol onlrnnco to Iho commercial nrpn ol Modolro. I'flfk, ...  Over 200 foul on Highway  101, Has ohooi lhe name length ��n  wcondory paved Madeira Park Rooi|, Cpuld |j�� Gas Slnlion locn||on  or small stores area, pull-Prica only $11,500,00 on (jood |orm��.  Call Poh Keol, 88S-9462 l^/'url-in^!��^,l?-_  '  yYF,ST"5pC||FhT    ' - ^q' 2'"'(lf>l  Minted on boriiiHfnl sundrenched slopa wMl) moijnlflceni yjuw  iiibt off Mason Road. Qiml flos for VI-jA, In as much o�� 24,(100  ��� Utare foot of In) ��red, PhI!  Prlc�� $,ft,fl00.00. Try your, Ipmin,  ,$3,000.00 dowri,  Pahnno, $100,00 -a month, Call  Bob |<��nl,  . 885-9461 for further dolallfi,   ,_,._. J. ;._ '     ''  WATf. RPRONT-rWEI-COMr: BEACH ' No. IM0  hisf V yrs, aid. 2 bodrwm home on oyer I acre, 130 fl. welur-  * fmni, |-ovoly ororindr&^(ffWffrMrrni(h"-nn--trill--pr|rri,-|f3ft(000,OOr-  W�� can help yon rirrriiirjo morignijo lo 60% value, Phono f'ulor  Smith, llflli-m*), , " '   ���    ;_  ���SH-MA PARK- -WATNiyilW    '        .",'', Nf), 1W  Roilrii willr no Ii'iiimi piohlumi. in ihis nice 2 hmlioom oil oleclric  home. WolKlo Village, .Also guosi rouo(i<�� sol) coninlnVd, I'-ill  Price $i:��,!),00,00, Cull Peter Smllli, im~VW.  p|;NUI,f< ||/M<MQUM WAt��i<fHOhlj    " N��.l^  102 ft, I'oorr Moorage, 3 acres, i ,li��dnmm liopie in fiiinlMmd,  Until Ihhlnn areo, great view. 'iribf|lvld��n|-|u inlo 2 nni|i| |olh  i,|iovu weliirOill Pwtor^  iECHNLT'.     (    ���"���'-:������   ���"���"-'"     '" i.tifhjm  C.niiifnlly molnlalnod 3 liedioom rixerinllvo lioiO-i Will) l��r-()M|,  ��� liwi on one floor, 2 flrnplocun, Inniwdrfn i.Hl|ab|o loi pilvany or  hoslnok-i, Pooble curpoil, on hilly londwri|iod ond fenced v|ew  lol. Pull iiilcii $3o,000 wllli 1/3 dowii, To vlnw, hy npfiolnlni'Wl  only, PlKirm Pan ^'^A^^j,:   WI:4T 5ICHEI.T   "" "     " ' No, 2013  82 feel of wrj|orfrnni with unto liwo| pebble hnnrh, nn 1,3 notes,  Wqdmn ������?. bedroom home, titnhvn living room, liioplaro, now  W/W coipei, Qmim '-"'pod,, gaiden, M piir,ii($:i//ioO w|ih  $20,000 ,\tmh |<oi detalln ond oppolnimim phono Pan ||ai|i|on,  HHf) -VMM, ' "  TIII-ICIIMMAY' '    : WtJdii  Good liit in mimmor home niw\, *l��|i-�� owoy from Mnrlno, dure,  ond ureiiM/ttMlKI' Hydro, phono, nod wnlef line by piLmily, |-o|| ,,  I'rpn $2,600. Wipe ,|W) IM'K, H��WM,        " V"   ',,;,',���:,,;,,      '  --,.���      1 -       ,i' - u .   ''(  ASK f!OR Ol^ ffiFli CATAI^iDf; Of MAI. WAIT;    ,  link J 28, Jjei-bell  . phone 005-2235  (|:,&Otl;,);  yp^^^^^^^^yw^ 5, Tz.  !  I  ",������*������ " -"      '   ' -"   ��� '    -     ���'   ���:'-.      .    ,--     ������ ��� ���        r,       ������>       I ������     -���'      -  -... ��� _,    .   ..   ,. ,��� (- ...   ,  ..   ., .  . ...... - ,.���..,.-,    .     . ���,.r*..-..,  ,-...  I , ���*  -��� .-t- ���-L___J .-: -,-i,l -.-������-,��� -,'-:1 - : J \   ,  ���:.; ��� ........,.-',... ....... .'  (-,,r , ..,���,,.. a ...... .;.;, .. ...... ���-.,   .-,. .   ......-������.' .... ;........ ..* LEGAL NOTICES  LEGAL NOTICES (cont'd)  ��� - (,  l  -*V.        FQfiM No- Jv    '  . .    LAND'ACT  NOTfe$ ON INTENTION TO  AP-BLY ftm A  mSPbSITTON  op        %  gnqWN'LAUP  I.n ''-TL-Srtci Recording Piatricl  of-Vancouver,jind siluate Eg-  mont .(8iu)oluimc|riici- Nar-  ro\vs>-  Take notice lhat Mr. Frank  Zahar-i   of   liycioft,   Alberta,  ^gtnipatioh  fanner,  intends  to  fipliTy   for a  waterl'rorit   lease  pi'   ihe   following   described  lands:      ��� _ /  i ' ��� ' -       \  i Cnm-nenoirig at a post plan-  led -lOO'.-.SB. of lot No. (1224;  1h'ein:e 30(1' NE; Uieiipe U)0'  NWj7"thence 300' SWi thence  following shoreline tu -point of  .commencement arid containing ''��4 acres, more or less.  The purpose for which the  dispositiQn is required is summer cottage.  FRANK  ZAHA11A  Gerald Roger Student  (agent)  Dated Dec. 2(1, 1P7Q.  ���    (5131-pub. Mr-j-ch 31^ Ap.7, '71  FQIiM NQ.  \   .  , '     fcAJNP act ���  NOTIOja QF INT?ilNTTON TO  AI^LY TOR A  DISPOSITION  QF  ,      PRQWN T*ANP  i  III Juand fiopprding Disiriet  of Vuijcpnvfir and situuto  Egmnnt1 (Slspol>nmehuck Narrow--)  Talto no| ipp llwl Mr- Mich-  1x61 J I^leley o.f (J20 Feurview  St. ��Qqti(Hlarn, oocupation,  Qeplogisl intend*- to apply for  a waterfront louse of the following  described  landsi.  Comniencing al a post planted 330 feet SK of Lol 6224  theripe a00 N|h thepep IQO'  NW; thence, SJ(10' SW; tlier^e  following the shoreline to the  point of commencement and  containing :i-i acres, more or  less.      :  Tlie purpose' for which the  disposition .. i.s required js  Summer pottage.  MICIiAE^ .IQIiN  BEJ45Y  Dated January 10, 1071.  (jOBp-ppb. Mai'- ?4,  8|,  '71  Sg^Wr-lgyij'W  f    RA^PH <?, PUq&ty&RTH  CHAIfrtep ACCOUNTANT-  TMopiienr. 98��-?��1�� * Td#pliw4-WisWli  SECHEIT, Bfo - 6IP3PH5, i��C-  ' yy.;PhilipiQqjfjori"���'  V'..  CHARTING AWUNTANT  Tel; Put, 8p6-^14f lies. BB$?7567  Hqrrit- $'|opk, Gibsorjs^ B.C.  ,11, .. 1   . nL.   1    ni)      |, h-m-ii.   APPLIANCE ^EFAlgS .  TRAIL" BAY ENTERPRISES  Repqirs to Iqrgo or smpl| qppljances  JOHN BUNVAN  Davis Bay Phone 885-9318  AJT SUPPLIES ���     -"^  Telophopfi 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Raftery, Supplies, classes, & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic prod-Jpt*  pipe Rd. & Gramlviow Avo.  '   j       P.Q. Bpx <52, Gibsons, B.C.  ��fl"CTW����--B  JUILPINfiTaUPJHIBg (jRonti)  .     TWIN mm MJMKR.  BUILDING SUPPLIES %J&    7  Dial 886-2808  ,    When YohNppcI PHiMing Supplies  eivevU-jA^j!   .  . ffl& ESTIMATE  OCEAHSIDE PURNITuiiV &  CABINET SHOP  Hord-yood. Spepigjis' 7 Fine Custom- Furnityri">  hCjtcheh'qndI'alhrwrh eafelnptry RetjiafjpMinq  rtiBNmjis  PARKlfe#S ftiATIN^ km  -"--^QQij-'pyfiNAeps. ���  Ha dPwr-Wmenf; BanMntw*  ���   ten vmitem .  Corflr-lgr-i line pf sppllww  fp? fm gstimsio^qsll Mfciftl  ?        u   I      , !  MMM����WIMM��aMM|M4fMM_|M  ��gA��!P|>l-MM8!N��   \  Gibspno  PiH#infl s PiP-iflttinq * ,��ifflm<mina  Phono aj|r?oj? p. tUHHWl  IMI l^i^ll^f   �� .JJ.2J&*   Ll,r,   J - '    "Jl,��� JS-'Jm.'*JmJ��  Pftono-BB^lSt-l   A  SUNSHIM CQA$J  GOSPEL CHURCH  (UndBnaminQtianql)  Sfinday Schpol ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evcnjna Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road arid Arbuiui  (2 blocks up from High��ray)  L  AUTO SEKVSCE  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  .. St. iohn's United Church - Davis Pay  Sunday Services - 9;30 q.m.  Rob^rll'CrleirUfiired"^ ^  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mejlon United  Suoday Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - B86-2333  THtANGUICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda's, Sechelt, Family Eucharist 9:30  a.m. (2nd and 4��h Sundoy). Holy Euphprist  every Sunday at 8 a m." 9.3Q q.m. (1st and  3rd). Every Thursday af )0 a.m. pvensonq  at 7:30 "p.m. (2n'd ond 4. lh Sunday).  Sr.  Mpr��f��f ��3arff��?n Bay. Ho|v EMcharlsf���  ||:30 cf.m- Ost and ^rd Sunday).  Epmont. Haly Euchqrlst���2 pm.   1 st ond  3fd Sondqy).  C(iureh at His prewnce-rr-rRodropffs, Eyen-  sang���3   p.m.   eyer   2nd   Sundoy,   Holy  PMchSrist-r���3' p.m. every "4fb Sunday.  prlo��t���Rov, D. Popplo, Soelic(t 885-9793,  FORM No.  1  .   LAND  ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION   OF  '    ���ROWN LAND -   i  In Land Recording District  oLV9ncuuver $pd silM-ite Eg-  mont (Sl".ool?uincbui:k Nar-  rov/s).  Tahe nolicce tl^at Mr. Doji-  =W=s=BtnrorT��  Laurel St. No. 308, Vancouver 14, B.C:, occupation commercial plot, inteods to apply  for a waterfront lease of the  following  described   lands:  --���Commencing- at a post plan:  ted 200' SE of Lot 0224; thence  300' NE; thence 100* NW;  thence 300' SWi thence foi- -  _ lowing- shQEfilinfi-ia- _poini���QL  cprninencernent and containing' % acre-", more or less.  The piirpofje for whiph the  disposition is rpqnired is sun,)7-  mer pottage.  D.   HAAJCSTAD  0132-pnb, Majch Hi, Ap. 7, '71  SECHELT HOME SERVICE '"  Atlas Parts - Gpod Yeqr T'res  24 Hour Towing   niMiiiinuHHiM-mMninitii, mi ii ii i, iiiii'i ��35BQgaaa���������������  gwwua^  BICYCLES  SAUpS - REPAIRS - PAfilTS r TI^S'^Tfe FOR  BieYGLES - MINIS - MffiQfi. eYeys  Cqll Quicfi Dick "f Cycle Sales & Servieos at the  HENTAI, 5HQF - mm BB5-284B  IF DICK CAN'T FIX IT ... 6)VE IT TQ YOUR  ���r ^other-in-It^w- "  WOULD YOU LIKE^-r-  An addition? "&P:<^ftergtjop?^ A- npW ,h9RlQ?.  Repqirs? A'new--f|OQr=rSggm|ei"''-|iHe St..]y\gryss.  WE PP IT AU  WIND��VV|li|- CPNSTRMCTIDN yitP,  Irvine's Lan^n-}{ tyC.    .       ; PH9n9:i��3-2#,lJ4''-  Lf-gYe .mp?Sa4P* ot" hiarbguvMotors.  R|9n book's I gygilgSle' -^- Planning psslstg|c*-.;;.:  cSpyl^jiiii' _ \-_a Zz.  ccmvst ��AiS��E & TRyi|���iN(|  Pill, eemei#@rciYal/ Vmn Kmk, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Par|t  Phone 883-2274  ANN'S COIffups  in the Bq! BloqK  Nex|-'tp tbe Co-op Store  /Gibsons '  886-2322  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stycep & Masonry Cpntrqctor  FRANK FRITSCH  r : Phane 886r9505  .  SECHELT PEAUTY SALQN  Complele  Hairdrr-ssing 5P*vice ^V  Professional Staff.  Cowrio Street Phone 885-2818  GIBSONS HEATING  IN5TAU-ATIQN - SERVICE  Fornaco nnd HofWater'Tanks  Qij or djas  ' Frpo psfirnates -rNd Obligation  Phono 886-7380  Jack Currio, Box 587, Gibsons, B.C.  HEATJN<B & SHEET ^ETAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Pornestic - ^grflrnersjc?!''- Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  ;    Box 164, Sechelt, B,C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL -r ELECTRIC & GAS  *WHT IT AT"  THE BJNTAL SHPP  at PoyiJ? fay  ���'We Rent QpSelf Alm^t Evpryfh|ng;'  Typewfitprs - Lighting Plants- = Tpleylslon.s  Roio.-fillprs - Cemopt Mixers - Uq-yn Kqkes  Mcchqriip's Tools  PHphjE 085;2fl<{S ��� 24-HpU|i SER;V|CE  BiASTPG  CONTHOLLliP BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATE& SURVEY SIRVICES  For E?cpert4g!g��ting  FREE ESTIMATES     '"  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  HsR- 1* Sechelt, BfC,  Box 522 - ftfespns, B^C. '""  L & H SWANSON LTP,  REAEmMIX GC)NGRETE  Spnd qp$ Gravel - Pgckhpes  . Ditching - Excayations   _   ,...:.  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,  Pox 172, Sechelt, B.C.   _. .���. , ������������_ ^ "."'���'-k- .  Land; Clearing. Lqtfd Development  Rood Building-.* Rood -Work  Noll9wn payment  Phone 885-9494  EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Open 9 o.m, to the lost Ferry  fcjqme CpoHed CQnQcllqn ��nd  European' Dishes,  JOE AND MARY FRASER  Tel: BB3r2747  > * ^  C & s HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.   ,  '   ' APPLIANCES ,r HARDWARE  HOME' FURNISHINGS  Phpne 885-9713  fASELUSHOPPfS  Ladies' - Men's - Children^ Wear  Yard Goods -, Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt. B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' ppcf Children's VVepr  Open s'x ^Qys o weGK  -fhone-fl8S-2063-  w  Safe motoring     bricklavinq  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MermQif) and Trail, Sechalt  Sundqy School 10:00 a.m. .  ���M��r�� I ng-Worsh I p_l-l_14-flr m��_  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park. Rd,, Gihsons  Sundqy School 9:45 am.  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2009)  A, WARM'WELCOME AWAITS  YOU,  ."Mqunr i$ p wei) cf.|f|hlifaheirl slanrlord  nf t))p holiday scene,!' m& R- J- tastings,  presidenl of- (he. c|uh, !fiind allhoti-Jh WP  wRifld hnpe -llinl. pai-lyrRpera ..wh^^i-ll.  he cirivin-}-wfuild refrnin finm di-inkm|{  tilingHi.her,-we renli/.e (hut ihia is prnhuhly  tiinrB--|ii-lie." ���  . ilasiiriifK soyH Huh ih�� Ti&AA is nrBiiig  IIiokl" who will l>p lin.sling puiiies diirihfi-  UiiH hoiii-iiii In he "irirnl u irrlond���-Then  a IIoki." .  '  -.The irlofi hnliiMd the thfapno 'tK,.l-9. HfJi-vo  liiliior in u mirnii-'r'Unil  will keep yoiir  KittiHlti   huppy   -inii  niill   Iwivo   Ihein   ip  ���*fnTK|-^|T*ipe"ln-'nB|Jf|liil|��-Uie--(h,ive--h(iipQ.-;:  "l'-no(i iniO.lime nee lihuwhni-hiH,'-' Hiiyn  lhe uiul) i"|Ti''i!'l, ''H��i--il�� K|?"Hld servo good'  html i|iiil plei'.iy ni' |l ihrnii'-hniH lhe  eveiilnii. I'lcUiiil hi'1'in'i! or diiripu Ihia'  eni.'l'diill hIii,-"!! nun hull* i-eihiiM! lhe ��nn-  i!()iiiniiiun nf ii,i.-n|in| in Iho hlood ��ir����in  diul Ue��m inieslH nn un even Heel.. And  if !|ui jiiiyln�� i(iienl w,|,|l liipil lilipw'lf  In nno ilrlnl* (I ui, jli.ujur) p��'l' hour, UiiH  will iillow lhe nyHl'.-in hiiihnni'1) Ihiiior nl  un evun riil-ii." ......  A, SIMPKINS  Box 5J7 - ISefhelr, Bfq,  Phone 88542132  BUSLDEffiS  G. CROWTHER  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  A-Frnmos ppd Pro-Fq|-s irpc'e'l  e,pnvonli��nq| Frqrpina  Call 883-2746  R,H, ^Mn-loirflPorl-.BrC,  ��rrt*��^?;^A-*i'W!</l<''',,M��'*''-HfJ.iii-i3���� �����'--�� rvAWM*���-\WI/7JT  ��� 4��JW^���*^V"��*  ���    . SKCMELf A��ENC��^8 DATP PAP,  ��� This Iron romin'ior nf c-milnn nvpnls l����sorvi��� of 'SPCHEU Af3fiNC||��5  LTD. I'h'>n�� l'��n|nsij|,o Tlnms ��llr��ni ��nr fwu IIMIpos, spiff I ly Inn .."Po|��  Pa<|!', Pioosu nolu llipl-tpnca |�� ||rn|loi| nnd. HomP ndvpnen dpia* m��V  ~hqv��-i9-wdli-ih��lf-��Mrn��^l��i*-ihnl-ihl��-l��-fl-.ri��mlndf>r'l.||^  cpppcii qlwtiy-i enrry hill diilnllB,  Mm, 31 H p,m, fiiif.lmli I iiiilun Hull, Ulnufj).    -,    >,  ��� April I    II o.m: lu 'Ipp), l.oiilon HmI|( So<iho||, hrnnnh HO |..A.,��nm-  piof-M iS'ilu P. Hunio h'il'ln'1,  April I    -1 i��.in, fierhiili li"i|liiii llnll. HnfilMmilnn Minor Hni-tiholl.  . April I    MO    JO cm, Stil-iin I'ml- l|n||, liilinr Poy Hi-||i|h I'-iriuilol  r��ii.p|f��y t% O/lmi lluiiMi. .    " ��� '  Apill I '/i-lft p.oi, h-ml-ii llnil'iiiii CeinniuiiHy I loll, Confennlol Mlnoo,  ApiJI a hum I I ii.iii, S,C, Gull ft.GlnhhniiMi.'lli'iiplliil AnKll/orV VY''rl'-  Aprll 2-   ;/|.'l() p,m, i'mider llulhnor cWritmlly I loll, Cord Nluhh  Aptll 2-Ai imp, Soi.liull lixli.in Hull, lllniio, -  April V   �� pin -��l- Hildo'i. Hull, S��f,li��|i Honp, Anx. Mrl'lijM���l'oriy,  April V fl. 3T"/i::if) - 10 pro, Hupl'lp-i (���opillPd'Hnll, l-'iiluf Doy finlpiu  ,' I'ldorl'il Mi'.|'l"y ��<" VViiirliop, ,    ,  April -i "��� ��� Wli-ili ,!)<luiii,ij Cluh fur VVoi'll ol  ����i:ll"ll.  ,   April .1    7i.rKI p,in. l-lphlilMfiiiii ('(yiiinr|��|iiin, fp||( Coprorl,  " Apill fi-   V pin   llnolih fnpiMi' '"iilwipn, fiuHol M'-nilmi UrniKh l'i  . O.A.I'.Q.'    ,     ������ ,    ' >  April !) II pip, M. Ajdi-ilVHnll Hyhmls Cinvk, I |rjt.|il Aip., Mwlllip.  April I) H pm !)iir;(hi)|| I noiop Hull, I A, |J|iiiir.h HO Gunnrnl Mmiliiup  Afirll���6-*--/:-*0 pot, fil, Hll'l'i's llnll, tmliuip Hiitt.piiyt.1* A����n, ,M��-"l|li(|  I1     |nr tho Mopl':ipoNly "I h'uh'dl,      \       ,     '        ,  ApJH /���   II |i,0|, !��!. HiIiIo'm/IoII, 'iixllMlli^ii/plnnCli/h M<)el|i,ip.  ASK P-R OUR FREE CATALOGUE   Op REAL ESTATE  pree psljinales T FqsT Service  G & W DRYWALL  .'.  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Li HI6^ :.'. ������'���',,'   " ���,  T8Aij_}H__L-   ��        [  LEN WBAY'S TRANSPPR  'Hoi-inhojd MpvIpb, PntomMrw*  pncMn*-Mnl��rNI�� Nr Splfi   I \  Mcrrlhor of AjIN Vph Mn��>s  Cappilq^ m, I M9Y��I�� "  IrtANSfrS" TJlAlNBPliR LTP,  WARWOMSPS  SnchPlr 085-2110 . Glhson* RB6^17lj  fprptym id wyvylw* In cw!?>r ,  Oentrol Fr��ltlli��,  MV'|l-'',' ��M l'*,^)f h��-"lUw9  TRAIL BAY CARTAGE  BilS-WB Anyrfeo     .���',w|",'.'>*"j  *ITf"��"l  PRANK _��;jK6KJM, JftPMBTBWt  8ol Block r Gihioni  ' pypry Werfnesdoy  006-2248  UIPHOLSTEIIY  I �������M~f" ~��i rw��m > WW MpMi  *faW*i*IMI��il��  ���   8ELAIR CMSToA MPHOLSTERY  ANPPRAPERIPS        .  <r;i/phi)h.lci|nn - Pfo^yllnfj - Cprnp^ula Prnpcry  Wviro - sprpplos Hiowrj In |ho |wrno  Phono BB,8-aO!30 nftair 4 p.rn- Page A-4 r'. '   The Peninaulg Times     Wfitifteadfry, Mqrcfr 31,.1971 ���'  f^MPMfMwwff  K *  ���' ���!���" J  'i  *  ���I  *  t...  0  -   ���  1.1  ���;'  JS..  It  *        ��� I  Gymnasts   ,  Elphinstone Secondary School gym- turecl at last Saturday's Open House,  nasts have developed some amazing Kelly Aubin has just leaped over the  skills on the trampoline and have head of Dave Davies  which takes  obviously been putting in many ex- ^quite a bit of synchronisation,  tra-curricular hours of practice. Pic- - *  .   ,                   ,         -���  M/T7  1   *��  I^W*^��fffWll*llMIHtf��IM.��.l|^UUII.|IJ.H..��.��l|.,lftEJW'.'  ti_A ���2^.:'i.?r=;,f.  I ' '  ./'  T  1             ����� V  . \s  ?'  ���-. y��  .8  ���'f  ^<A '    7/  0.   _ ��w :���__,-��_ <_ ���  Tough Game  ltCMP put up a stout team against  Uphmstone students last Saturday  in fast game'of broomball which drew  ii packed gymnasium and when ..the  hall wasn't. ricoclnWng pW people's  heads, it was aitned-'witii dnything  hut accuracy^ at the goals. With no  ^oals scored, tlie gaffes went" into  an exciting last qnarter' with students  scoring 2 and RCMP managed to get  ���me in the dying seconds. In action  when pictures were taken are Qib-  lons IICMP Corporal kqii 3igge-man  und (Nonstable Brian Hocking.  ' I   WOOD ft TOREGLASS  GLASS PONTOONS  & FUEL TANKS  SBus. 883-2521  or Res, $33-2397 8  :|  \00*0*000W0~**0**0*00000* 0000000 0000000000J.  ���"1  mimm wnim  SWASHERS  ���* DRYERS  *' STOVES  ���. FRIDGES  iPhdne 885-9578  .--ft  tip  A-1  5   *  Around Gibsons  ���jiBmBtammmBmmmmmmmmm  LEGAL % ���--���'���  SECHELT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed RETURNING OFFICER  to conduct an Election, to elect'THREE (3) trustees for the above mentioned district.  FOR A THREE (3) YEAR TERM OF OFFICE. Two (2) Trustees to be elected from the  owners qf Lands within the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt. TO BE KNOWN AS  ZONE ONE. One (1) Trustee to.be elected from owners of Lands NOT within the  Corporation of the Village of Sechelt. This to be known as ZONE TWO. The' Registered  Voters in Zone One and Two are hereby notified to attend a meeting to be held in  THE SECHELT FIRE HALL, INLET AVE.. SECHELT, B.C. Apr.l |9H? 1971, at th"  t hour of EIGHT (8) O'clock p.m. at which place and hour I will proceed to call for  nommonons and to toke votes of the Electors present,       ___^JI_  e  for  The soid meeting will be closed as. soon as the votes of the Electors present   and  voting when votes are called for, have been counted. '  Dated this 26th day of March, A.D.   1971.  _2__sa__n___  7 ~jgi "'  __s^______  BENJAMIN  D.  FIRTH,  RETURNING OFFICER  ���-by Marion Charman to "go that away" in fun packed game    |  AT GIBSONS Elementary School earlier ^lll  Elphinstone    Student    Council.  this month   parents in  small  groups L-eiiplte blocked goal mouth, the stu-  on   separ-ate  days  visited   classrooms   to dents scored 8-3 against a SUrpVistng-  obserye regular classwork, attend a pro- ly energetic School Board during Cen-  gramme prepared by the children or work tennial games.  In picture are Alvin  with the child in class for the afternoon. Gokool and Colleen Husby for Elphin-  it^yas very, interesting to see the many stone and chairman tShiela Kitson and  fagcj-3aihig_..eifiukit^ Trustee Agnes luaboute.  Ifi "  Nursery School holds  ilWlS^W!��l����Ba!BB��iyg  Game  Up to no good in the goal and even     _   hSent1 RheRflSna teU^ufeXll    IT""1���"1"^  Mayor's Game  Discretion was the better pail of vqk   Mayor,, Wnlly- J'etersoh pictured on  our for  some ver;  to meet 1 , . ., .    .  Centennial Open  House game��' but    Reynolds' action.  miiwmiwmMff +*Bmm0*r*mm*0*ii0*'*imLXVi%^w+m0**r*'*im  on(was Uie better part otvai- M^ W(l|)tl    |tl,ltluff t,ola|m)Ui(1  |)ap m|) ^".- p  Gibsons aldermen who sent right led t id team. U> ��� victory with a ,,irllK,���y ���t ,����� hAmo (ir, hop     , ^ M JjJ  ery powerful representatives sciore of ��l to 10, Helping grade B's m(\ Ml.Sr Vom Hou|uff.,whei) ia of hor n"1'n'il<'1  , ISlphihstonp gradq �� boys at A,rt-, Dew   scores   fjespite .-r^oeman rrlnndH  enjoyed   (l  rioilghtfui   itin��hutm ���'. ;  ,  ��W'10* <��<^Wi WW|��~  _.  r  y      \v   .t *. --  ���      j)' "n' j "TV1.  in the ibflglllti Mttrjacitiye rhprns and tp hote  the pleasure of pupils and parents taking  part. ���   .   ,   .  Many (lianHs to lire leut-hers for their  .splendid efforls., ' .. t\ tt  tops Open House program  When thti SiniHhino Tops held their /PAHENTS,-und Iheir .'I and -1 year old  yi-arly luncheon meeiing on Thursday at children, wondering wlial u Co-opera-  IheCOust Inn, visitors were a supurvis<Y     tjV(>   Nuisury   School   is   all   about,   can  and, a uuptuin from yiincouver, . ../ ���   find out. first hand on the f), Jl, 7 arid a     \  Lot-ally u, i>ow incoming m^ecuthfe' qf'April. The event is Jack and Jill Co-  lalies oviir. Several-awuids were niududn- Opuruflve . Niii'snry Ki.'liool's first upon  eluding one In lhe best loser also o iiuwrT Irr-nso' The sciioul, being bold, from 0;,'i0-  was crowned, ,       ���  ��� tit?I0_*jj_l�� the ClilisonH Wnlled Chureh Hull,  ������'��������� -jj opening  ils doors  lo  prospijcli-jo  |��ar-  e|)|s, children uitri imy Inlui'imfod p'iirsnns.  -   Ii'or |be clillch'un ||,'should bu 2 Iioui-h  -Evy���,  t,���,���">���!'':,.,.!?,':- S,"     foy wiU ,������,lc:lp���,a ,uA U.�� ol,������  inn'.  parenlK will huvo a chniK'o lo see  parly up Kriday March 301b.                        firsl  hand wlmi  M nurwu-y' school  |m till  '    Mr, nriil Mi'H, Wally l>elornon, Mr. und     n,'n ' "   ',**" m>, ''m ''l,w��r''i'i�� IwitiK  Mr��.   Kon-,(ioddi.rd,-Mi^'irnd  Mr��,  Knn    M  Co-opori.|lY��- niolhcr can  Mv1  Ciuvhy, and Mr, and Mm, Chili-Inn Mandnl-     ,-,   " ^ h'U"! lll'il iiili-rciilttd ptioplo. will  l<-��ii   Hpnul   li   wcolrcnd   nl' lliM-rlmiii   Hot     lu't0  '"tvitiilngti ('(f  I Ilia o|i|/urliinily  and  SprhigK where, lhe moil allcnilud a sijniji     '^""' l'Hi'll"l|'��li>, uhmii'Vit, uhH ,'(|iii-��l|oiiii  liar, All, enjoyed an agreeable llnio.'dbi.     'V1 m'. ,,(,w l'"l4,,|> l'i" ynniigHlnni nn,|oy|  ing and  dancing added   lo  the  ploamirn     "lNr ,"'l'"l-  of Ihu lilay al  Ihis beauty spul, #) --: ��� ���'-- -   HEBE AND THERE  Miss li'sthex Olson    from    Vancouver  ^ptnit-ii-few-tliiys-hoi-e-viHil-ing-fi-icnelii-iind-  FOR THE WHOLE  FAMILY  CLAYING  CARDS . .  ' Round arid  Regular  SWINGERS  & CUTTER,  BALLS  ^fis_All_TJafl_  :  ��� ���--,��- rl. ��      ���   .        jl       I \  ���.* _^--_r;. ^ &"���    '���. v   , V  t��V4��l- '    #   J*   ���Jb'Jf Ihil   ���   0#t 00, <*L_  \  Stpam miteming j_  Esslpmont Equipmanl  Sorvkos Ltd,^  l-orloblo Stpam Cl��ariinb .Sorvlco  I kpvyrii^uipmcnl, ���, AMU'inubllc--  ijoqls - Hau^os  For particular* ,& ostimolcB call'  B86-2704,  wmmtij-jwrn  -Ji,i;-  WqII. PlAyod  .Scluinl Initil.eu-' provtul ,1|u'?y enn *M��  ii|oi'i����th��i)-l��|Huwboi)..UH��y".mi��ti}>l4AI-  I'JIplilDiiloiio'ii MHidtiiii1' Council n'luil-  Iniif-n lo Hniix- of liroonibnll. Tnu.Uii'.i'  ' In plrliiri-, IJnrnKi MulliHnn, '^-rry  lUpdhf Ji)\m IUtyi'.t. and iSbh'ln KMnou*^  me 'ilMijiiibfJ'J|>J<> )>����f'-'l llnor liocluty"  ('linlli-nHM lusut^'l hy ��Sech��H, I'/lt'iiimi-  Inliy iSt'hool i,liirl<5i)t1i, They ulimild  Miow what liiipp��n�� wlK'ii, ih��y mi h  preccdont'  Ajfler n conHlilerablc Japmi hi coin-  iliunicallou iluc lo iho Mrititih mail nlrll<o,  Mr, and Mifi,- Win, Davis have received  n long Inller fiTiin' llicii' diu-ighliti- Minn  f��ininy.|(eu l|av|H,whn In unending Halliti  richnol hi l-ondon, Knglaml. In lh" even-  iilKii I'uniiy in un iinhor at Covtinf.CJanhni  Opera lloii.-ie, I'nnny found || rei'reMhhig  recenlly lo gel out of lliu city |jrl��Ny wl)��l��  nhe had n inosl plniuiiirahle vlni| wllli  relallveH of Mr, and Mrs; K A, .Ioiic'h,  I'induced by Wn'rld Wtdo I'lclurcii In  JCiiHiiniini'Dlnr, Iho oiie hour film "lll-i  l<ii||d" /Ihowif iIiimii-I, fori-al,'fields, cjllcs,.  |��eople, living wilnesii Iq wurdii of llnr  Itlldenl prophets, Thin nnl'liM) preiieulallou  .qf  lint  land  of  bnael  vylll  "r��f Khowii  al  7^(n^rAiTrin7r)nrm;rainir(inM')ir��ir  fii'hool AiiiI|Io|'|iiiii,  I'l'lur lo iinlonwllh Ihlliiih Cnluiiihla  In IIKHI, V'mcr-uviir |n)unrl hud Ihrec ./jriv-  ernoni Kichiud miuMilifird <|{|<jlHlir>|-,  Hlr hmihi iinpnUa (lllfil-l/MM) anil ATihur  Ktlwiinl Kennedy ()i|i|'|.|/mn;,  mwws ,.  HADIO m TELEVISION  (Joator for:  ZENITH  FUfTWOOp  ADMIRAL  Coal wiih dim-ovci-eil on Tunibu IhIuihI  'near Huliil'nii Ihlanil) Uccninher III, llllll),  Gills For  IZastqr At   .  GILMORE'S  VARIETY  SHOP  EASTER BASKETS , . .   ,  W.e make par own Baskets,  Rabbits and Novell les,*  EASTER CARDS , . , *  Wa have a new shipment of Beacjs,  J ' -j       SO Varieties. Sea Shell  Novelties,  Locally made, and Imported.  Socholt  005-9343  GAME^ .  or livery Member 0|f  amily,  io  BURRITT IMPS.      ,  RUGS AND CARPETS  <(   \    <tf   ^ *,,..,���,,. *       *  FURNITURE  Ph. 80>22eQ GlbMnff,' B.C,  Ba��tlE.K]ffli��llM3 IPADGaniiafi'���  .liyffiJRRN SALES  {tmt) i,tp.  Vqur BAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS  *o^if,rv/hoirT���rtto^9ip3  Qt|<)||ly HoMim mul ���/yinrlpB  I'dlril,  ���THE:; FUN  OF EFUKNITURE REFINISHING  i����<i'-��s�����.'r,''t)1"  '��������� m.0**i*T *��f*r ���  \  II you oui onl|i|ulru/, oi|<l Hint In, hy in,  lliu moM  popiilur ol  il'di,  .j'.'/I.Jjjli>li,'!>i,,,l.ry��Jli|i!iy.-j''iuu'i''f  Ihu ii Mill hilblld Iiiiis.Ii nn old looihliuiMi li. line und dip ihu  hrmilnv mm ihii inn��r, Hum "(.priiin" ih�� hrnMi v/Hh your llnrior lo Know  ti Iiiiii hpioy (il \imul Usui Hm uiiiltiM'oqllii'u, Oh HiHi.utlfK.ui, utah iJlnlila  iiipit, luuvii llm Mniltii llfjhl ond iinalucilly dmi|/un'lho color houi Hm roulur  �������w������^w��^wwwwwl  oolwoid, Oi wilh iii'j|i|iii(|,, mid i<ovhmi'>, you run vvi/il' li'iiim i\\Ui nnvuori  wllli o  mmoII oiil|i|ieii|| hrui.li, Allui   lulling  II  Mil, wIjJh oil   llm rqiimd  lioiliKiit,   I bin Minulolu.'. I|m Imoullful biuhllijlil-. |ouod on llrm <mi|ijuu->l  loi o Iruu ltiv|,(d.youi.tt<iwljvlly, by duu>u|��uuMii|, Itr |Ii��mj kn�� nv��fty-  Ihliilj Hi mm loilml, iiAMipi llm oil iiiiiIi.-ii,i| wliii li mih |mi fi/ii|nl in ImuHj  pfnliiid, pmumiit..*, uiiwliiiu itmh ond irmdnin /iiliilii, All you hoyn to'do  |i, |��,'op your uyii!. qpun |o) a duitlyii Ibul kollt. yuo( ond illi> lliu ob|<;(.| yoq'iu  wuiI'-Iiki on,     \ ' ���  "Tlmo�� AdBrlofs"  1       -     i,  . nro  mighty Miporrs  PLUMBING LTD.  PENINSfULA  Pnalor for  Su|)flf Kfiiri Tono  qrid Shwrwln Wllllotn'J  Gihsons- 006-9033/  mA0L0H0m0*0M*m*m*0^m**^0,0,n*0m4*  wv��w��i��iwm����ii��v����iiww��m>i  \  \  w*m0yw0**wm0m.wy0m**i0i*00H0*00y*,  A/lorgan's  Mori's Wear  i  G,W,G, >york Clotl-mi  Work G!ovo��  SECHELT, B,C.  Oiku yoii'yrt 'o|m lu��l llm piu\mi p|i luiu, ll moM |m roMi(u||y <ul out  unil ijlund lo Ihu (.luun, diy kutlmu, When llm ol"�� h'ik dnud, Ih-i/ih in  Vdinch, In ��l��<ilupf|iilnu ���lll'i '>bip iiifiulrns wv��)fol doyh lo rorviflwUi bol only  nilmiiri-. ul (ir.iqni work Wild llm ni|diiioiif|| roois'��( vninhlr yiui huinfl  wnik fouiii,, ollvu' nud iol<��i. up un niim/lnu lhoifldlii}<ii)i��|on(il >d|i,-<i, How  iiiony .i.iiiiU ol -viiriiii.h i,Iki'ii|iI ,1/m ii|i|iliiiili' I Iiiviji l��ii,u |Imii> ill^ i|f(i| fri.)i,y  )iiiili)ii*.loiiiili!i hovu opplliiil <ji, iviony oi�� 110 i.oulfc, , :       ^  ,    Nidi  Oil V'-or woif', (|oi|| Mini Ih't iiff^l   Willi nil'hubblm. lo'llm,  voiMMlt. Muv���� Mb voioii.h! Winn yin 1'i'nl llm ||tu;��lv do mot diup ihu  IhIMIu'1 onost'lliu iiiii o| IIim'mid, Dili, ��;oumii. Hoy on liuliloi. in tnim umlui  lliu ilpti ol llm htl-illuit. Voinlob (.boold Im "|low��d on/' wodWnn bum tin ,  tmtmnM tnnhiTi^mi men;- hpfLpipa lwi\ nnd forth mol-��-." ir ;,ffinuy unif  tnoy .MUM) ,pm<��l\ hqbblui loloi/n,  1       On<u you'vu I>hid nuy oqu ul llm i<illiili,blnu Mb., you will hod you  |linyri no |qt!iln<.t nnd fcklll  |of ��rl|MI��". r,rtfOllon you fiovor l-nuw wlsloili  TWIN CHEEH  LUfVJBEf! &  RUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  GuHoml Paints  pnalar"  Rl A-  'alnft  Ii��rtfl70  : rMonarnR  Snm.li|r��o Con����  Highway noar  GIBSONS     ,  Phono 0O6-20Q0  *m'*0,*0***mn0,0Ln0,a*0Ln���HHJVL,mm0MU>  ������MM  ICii  ���A  'I vi-  Ir  I  ��,  Ja^������ ��������.,�������� m.0+rm~0 "���� ���.0.0.J* 0.mf j��^.m��m <  +.0.0. J.0, A.AAA1AA 1��< 0rr"+ f0.fr   ��.�������**  0^0* ���*f\0s..0 A- ��  .0.0*0.0.0.' *****  0,0*0    J*M*\0r,.0\0'   ,*    t*   *���*���,** S.0 0 0 *.r.r*e."*r -   .    ** " ��� ��� ������ ~.^-- ^^��� ^-^ r..-m , -.lu ,.��� ���i��^a jyjp j^. _, ''Siurgle" celebrates  . anniversary.  "Q.\J. Merrick' Home at Roberts Creelr was  ihe scene _of a birthday celebi'atjen  honoring Mrs- Edith Sturgeon op her Oflth  .hirthday, Tuesday, March 2'hd. ''St-.trgio*1  ns si-o is luiowi" in her frioriUs 'and neighbors, was the fjiiesl of honor and bad a  inkling that something wns afhnti- |t celebrate the occasion: She did gel a surprise  hnxyuvov when hor friend Misa H. Camp-  hell arrived. I'l-nm Vancouver In join the  tiljior guest's,  ���  Frienrti- and neighbors frpin Bpbej-jjs.  Qi"$fijp presented Sinrgie with a' lamp that  should, he Mset'iil' to her for sewing or  playing the-organ ancipianq. The txnV-  giegatini" qf SJ,. John's United! Ghiiieh at1    v  Pavis gay rnacle a presentation in the  form qf a jqye gift. Mrs, Eunice Ttohip-'pn  a MPhfi time friend of the ������guest nf hfihpr    ���  arid Jprmer  resident  of'-Rope-Is1 Creeic  ppMred tea While steated at a tarjJe depoi-7     -  afe-f with. 9.���iovpiy arrangement pf spring  flqwpi-s. The fiowet-s came froim the gard~   eps/of Mrs. Edmunds, Mrs. Hilchie, Mrs.  Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Met-t-ick.  >'. Mrs. Sliirgeon made the initial put qf  tl-e birthday cake lhat was befintl'tinUy  der/orated complete with eight ca'ndtes to  cqnimemarate the occasion. Mi��s�� Gamp-"  bell served the birthday cake which completed 'a beautiful assortment nf' sandwiches and' cakes provided by the other  guests. Pictures of the festivities were  talJen during lhe afternoon by Miss M.  Bishqp, a house guest of the Merricks.  Those present included Mrs. R Sturg-  epn, MIss^M. Bishop, Mrs. C. Hilchie, Mrs.  M: Crawford, Mrs. C, Barnesf/TVifsty. McLean, Mrs. E. Sandberg, Mrs, P. Edmuncis,  Miss E. Edmunds, Mrs. W. P. Clark,, Mrs.  E. Vilbei-g, Mrs. E, Robinson, Miss H.  Campbell, Mrs- B. Rutherford, Mrs. R,  Gumming, Mrs. R. Barclay, Mr. and Mrs.  Q. J. Merrick apd Mr. and Mrs. 11 N.  Reeyes.  Travelling Around  Topics  ACID   Teams   Willi   Fluoride   To   Fight  'Dpc^y,'  Children's teeth have been treated  With phosphoric acid in a study that  showed a big jiimp in decay resistance,  A diluted solution of the acid was  liedlqahe-teeth,-of. 200 children  in  HOME at Wilson Creek following,a two  months' tnp to Califi  With then 10 ft irailei  Jack Ar1deiNsqn They s  riiaty 1 aijd tiavelled bouth by way of  gakersfteld to WiMcheslet, a suburb qf  Los Angeles wher'e tlrey hud, plajingd to  stay with then- niece, Helen, McPjiee  They hatj hrqught I hen math-esses fiom  the trailer and were sleepmg'on the'l/loor  of her second fjoqi apartment when they  were awakened by the tockipg of tt)e  floor and the swaying of lhe bp-|ding.  Jack Anderson rushed to tlie window ih.  time tn see the apartment block -across  Uy-* sit eel TdppFueplly sink down i a foot  and then use back into place 'Af least,  that wa& lhe unpiebsion he go'l hpi ,ho  couldn't be sine that it wasn't then own  building using and  falling  The centre of, the earthquake where  such devastation was. caused wab only r15  tn 20 rnn^Caway. Tire AndPrtons had ex-  ���pe.l?ienc^d.^.-paPtiVqy!ak.es'.;,.|)ef(-i e, but noth  J'       ���'  Movie spectaculars;  -by Mary Tlnkfey    at  TwiHghl  f ^^6  Queen Contestants  JVfpre than g little rip'*vmjs, 8echeU  iyi!f��y- QUeon cl^tesignts^.eacl} i spajta  Jti an ^ucflepe qf,fitu0Biit��| and teachers ]pt Friday in thMyajtiUed. gytn-  ^non^UTnidared-TTrbaTrTnmiTmnTityT^bei Jitg-^Hku���this���ottiir���W+rrie=Mrs���Atidet salt  fore  the   dentist    applied     the   fluoride  "hath."  It was found that the acid increased  fluoride retention .by tooth enamel. The  diluted acid mildly demineralized the enamel,, but stepped up the-potential qf the  enamel Jor re-piinerplizajion���building up  a stronger suit of armour when fluoride  is applied. j 1  In the test, the children aged from 7  to 16 years, showed 32 per cent fewer  cavities.  "Research has been underway for years  to make the teeth take on and keep more  of the decay-fighting fluonde-^wbep applied ip dental offices apd schools by  deptal teams. , t .  . Witbqpt the apjd treatment1 M��eh��P?  ;yio fpioride is washed away during -the  .���fi-'H M bpH'-gt oU-eittetr-dies have shown,-  admitted it, was a frightening expeiieppe,  it was qqickiy oyep-4nd did ���npt...sj'��-r.g  her as much as some of the'.winds^Mlisy  expeiiencgd crossing t)ie MoJav'e Desert  and around Palm Sptmgs These y/\pds  are so stfong and in exposed areas cpipe  Wilh_such force lhat Ihey sometjmes^rpplfc eating   Tlie pait'of Baja California "they  hy ooloied lights at the base pMhc palpi  tipes "   ,   t  The town was so full of Canadians  tjial it was cri&tomary to have a bpecia}  Panada D>ry, oigapized hy Hairy LandPi't  w|io visitpd Canada in p'ehmary and was  plrotogiaphed yfi\h pierfiiet Bennett-,  Canada Day duung |he Apdeispn's stay  took the foim of a Uolt totup&mertt run  op tpo Calloway system jp vyliich thp  Woisl playei finishes up winning fhP  ti ophy  Aft("i leaving IVm Spupgs, |hpy paid  a visit to Raja, Cdhfqinra, diluting 3t  Mexica} and tiavelhhg squib on Highway  5 to San Felipe, which is lhe end of the  good iqad Theie is a loiujh rqad fuithe)  south which they could have explored  with a foui-wheel drrve vehiple  They spent four delightful jday-sl td  -pan���r-elme"~~"Wrrrle*-���Mrs Anclersptr^-'K^-  ploied the beacheb lor shells, her irub-  band fished, casting from a sandbar ojt"  the beach and he landed some gnpd sized  fisji Some oi the fish he caught were  tor|oiba weighing up lo ten pounds apd  corbina up to  25 Rounds,  and all  good  let, of  bipod mtual movies, with  mpie    -ier piuhoesgel.  Will  be."> selefited  by  blood and ii,si than evei - fe^|lpt m<\ pplntnees dr��'J!|^ left:  Following lips you cap show yqi|r disgust with the lust by coming ouj |*p see  ''The   Hd-Wnnans".   a   wlriii   sr'i'ptNn   <.nr>ni.  -r  widi5 screen  sped*  'The Hawanans"  acular, lated as suitably Qpteitainmenl  t6i all ages Slais Ghatltoji Hebtqii, Qei-  aldine Gh^fllin, Jphn Ph-lllp' I^aw ^l)d"  othets jnHhis sleeping sagd based>dp the  sepand half of James Mitchener's* hpsl  -.elbng povel of lhe lustot> of'the Hawaiian Islandb  PQnha rja^jiJ-n, I-Itjlhy ptlse^ Sandra  Joe/ B^ibaj'ffi Wilson; Ct-llpei-, J,pasey  artd Deb)iie Cjirby.  __-iL  i i  . , ii....  s^i^l^Ki^^^'lSfi?^^  Staring  Supday is "The High Ooip-  tnibsionei", descnhed as a high voltage  diatna set against eleef.i ifyjng suspense,  knitc-edjje tension apd inlet nationa) m-  tugue In the high level dealings qf a  Woild Trade Conference, we have the  chilling ciack of an assassin's nfile and  the t ace ajjaitist_trmc jcj _hjj>l> a vety_im-  Sounds exciling doesn't  ^dfaj  ed tbe tiailer and-have ptjep Kppwp to  blow vehicles tight ovet The sapa-storrps  which sometimes accompany these winds  do not malfe dpivng conditions qny'e&s>  i Bill was fi o'clock in the morning when  lhe earthquake struck, and, nobody being  in Ihe mood to settle down to bleeR again,  Mr. and Mis Anderson made an early  start for thpir next destination, Pa|rp'  Spring'*, girising >tie��'p at ai-pui noon.,  ' Here they iWPre Joi-ied. :py^Peorgo Qpser  pf Pihspps?whP, IW"4own to'.spenS o  "������^anadfap Deptal ^ssqpi'atioh.   )iOHdoy} wi^h ' th'crn.' Tjioy stayer}  fpr  visited was largely a tounst area with no  &igps of fhe poverty one sees in the main*^  lapd parts of Mexico  Ope of tbe loveliest campsites the An-  dersuhb discovered dm ing their tup was  Glepeilen at Devpre, just outside San  Bernaidib0- The camping charge was $2  a night and the faculties were excellent,  Theie was a gas-barbecue, % washer and  hqt water for showfirs- Ooqeraly they  fpuqd Washingtp*! tp^d ,prpgop ww^r?  best fqr rest aj'pat*.- |p California it-aipp-  sitps were few and f/��}- betweep apd not  always mpt-fced pp the mafl-  poitcint  muidei  ill  Coming soon will be '^The Bible'', the  fust film to tell in continuoiib sequence  the stories of The Creafrpn, Adam and  Eve, Cam and Abel, Noah and the Flood,  the Tower ot Babel, the Destruction of Sodom and"the Saga of Abraham  cof#ei&cT��fts  Wiring SMppllea  Specializing! In  -���BUARICEtr���  I|np ),y HtmoBphflr�� ��l �� djnnor-bo"jlo��  !��y.  Happy Gi-fjuld  .'I'or.uf H(i<f|ioll mid (li|-soi)'i nipm))gi)|fi  by   ho  MniijiiHUlh Tlimin lnq|. w����K > nnd IninlipiiiKBH will pHl'|.klpUlo'. Wpm*- WW*   Kll  in T ki "|*��iilnHMHi.  inuiriU   I,c>iijik��. llio lul'l;  JVli'ri,   M��rl|yi|   <'/��nipNI, VpuUt MW  Mvpiyl wiw llm prnliid" lo a pnwhh- Vnrloly; Almid nnd Miirl��l NMiiriifinn, llyfilouch. n  (��ivo ��nies prnmolloii in whl��'li n num- (Juddwrjl's   Knslilbp   Coplrp;   -Iflpo bull's Vml  i ''   ���  jVlniTeft.iiptj i|},nl-ly;! Wliny,  TilMiiitj;    MniTln   iVlfdhinnld,  k'-j M'Vh iSI'M'u; WMrtily  mid r>|)��)llp IVbl'H'u. tliiipp-,  ���|��|y Mora, ,  Radical plane  design claimed  VETERAN inventor Sir Barnes Wallis says he hab designed a 120-passenger plape  that will fjy at five times the  speed of sound'and  land on  runways *-po yanto'fong.  , Sir Baines ajso told ppws-  mep his pJape's wedge s|iape,  Would makp its sppersoplc  hooni ipaudbile on the giopnd.  The designer says lus ,'V-  STOIw BPT���for vertical and.  blunt Inkboff and landing shp-  ctsnic liansporl���is on lhe  drawing !>oaid al tjie Hntish  Anptall Coiporaliop, lhe clpof  Brills)] rojIahoKilnr ip llje  rrjprmdu,   ||)o   lb ilish-iricni-h  Sir RarpcH is crediterj wilb  developing   lhe   fdvriliil|nnary  swhig-wing principle, fpc  plapus,.lie dftslgpurl  |ho Wel-  linglon,. hnmher and thp ''hiip-  ncing linmhs" of Wpi'ld, W">'  II -whiPh-'i'|i;nphett;(|~q|'|'--)aicq  mii'i'iiccH |q hit)w pp acri'paii  thrnis.  T|-o Concnrdp. wh)c|i may |>b  |rf siirvipo |p ||)7{jf willmala)  only Jiuljj ||)ti spccil f3|r Ihirpofl  niirjpiH .-..fill- his -new ill rerun,  wil I...���need runways qf up -)q  ihreo mllcN, iind fiiuiucs a -||ip~  uisiini'! lipnip liml )s already  'piiMHipg f.|-nnh)ii with ���!irvirq1||~  niPpliilisiN,  , . ���  ^i> jhirniiH 'miyH ||ln piano  l.-nilld bn |q lhn air hy.|l��l|(|,  ' Ho ii/iytt h|n pow phu,(f will  |qqk.'riilhttr llknrii piipnr ihu-|.  vyi|h a H'||iar.i! /'iiHfMiigu 'uiul  wodgi'vhufiMd iMimi find lull ip.  (jhnii'l p\ ' ihn' jiqnvoiiijonnl  round   fiisdlugij   noil   coniwij  PPHfl,'        " '','"'  WalliH. cii'iIh hln pii-ftq.'ju'j'iii;.  vnrniil ..iVirnrnfl hnniiniio, )w  snyn, il  will. (miry iillhni'1 ll��|  piiHsnpgors ni a i.'rniiiiiig mxinti  pf  "j/KHI  l|)|l||  Df ilf||j,'|-|! ll||li|l-  gin| (illicitly io ii fr"li<Hh'r.  ib> figuruH ihn phipq w'iMiid  CPItt   "ll'  Mlllllll   l'|-lllll)fl||"   pf ,11)11  V.ppt'pt'di},'    wllniiq    , tiiilloililit'll  prli-fr-iiarii?d*/ii'i)iy'| piiiiirin in  "IHIH ipm'I Ihiipw up in $ai|,f|  million, -  ���  PQmeqrdrfaf&ytlUy''  A   Hlni|H��'' and  fuviiill'i-   |'����������  ll|ll|)   M Willi I   llllllll  pimivtimdn    J����lly    iHuinn  HIPP')     ,  Ml�� pnm*-f<r��r|lR )iilw wilh  lii.'liiihiq, tiiM.-oiilliif- in iha iiiuitil  niilriii!i|iii)N, niM fipd ftttryu  wil)��. t'lVDtp, If, lhn Jll|i:n |n  pql ^ipjliijowlly |iwnii|( llllll  iill/iiir',hi hidln,    ,  fh'i'ii'H llm mwllpid I'nr pi��l����  hp< ppipiiHru'ptdti Julcint'       f   j-rMHM all ov��r, l||o piim��*  Ki'iniiib-M wllli Um IjmiiM, vyor-  lih)K���hiui|,Hn,lh��L|n/ildiiiiifli'H  (.'rimhiiil apd iho jiiiuo bogliiH  |o flow. Whon you f����| lh��i'��  Id i��)��fiiy': of li'ir;fi�� nn^" ��p  |)ii)ln)qp hi- llm' h|(||i wllli '��  shippi' li'nlfii iiui'l 'I'd U)t> JmN  f IfW" ftp. rA "Kw*'i-|rcfi- |ff>p*iff:  urtmtriti will ��Jv��4 >Mr'4 w*|W id  \p\iHt, Hlrn\p, hiifnrn iiHhig, Ur  hul nil l|m mwIJh into lip;  hlonili!)', tipln. and utinl/i, TJiln  ti iMhte ppd I f)dnK i��4' nn  IPmd-ifu-i .ppl /inch (up,.', ,.  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone ����5-2062  SMl^l,irn,l,.l^ilT:>.^lsr,��rlu,^^T^1>^M  ���H'A-i��  '- ' l Z'\  tf-7 ',("'- ������  ' ^  " ��  ^    *****  .i   */,���.      *���  ���   it   i  h '  ���   -   <      i i       t* i  lj'v ���SrARFurW  Ct-qrltop. lr\et$P ^^IJ^rgldfp* Chgplip.  /AfglL-1 ��� 2 ofliJ.3.tit 8 pipi.  sTARfCjr/e;  SUNDAY, MpM&AVy TUESPAY,  , C?HMINP SOON  'WMJltii ' r~!Bill mil  ��  ��� 7 W  \i ^s/.  fc^^^^^^^^i^��^^^^^^s^^^s^^^s^^ii^S  SALE DAYS  MARCH 31 - APRIL" Wfl'  in MqsM- This fariahMy-polDqrad doll  rnQMs a |oye|y Eqstar mcirning surprise.  Usual prlcp $1,59  i   f%\   iStl  PeflQht your c|i||d an Wslor  .mfttn|no>wl!b-fl.fl9fl'#.sHrinJy,.byni)yt*  UflualprlcA-M,^  >y��titarfi'i ph��o  \ i  </  ^_^2_22S_^S^^^^^^S^S^^S^^  your family pHarmocy  wm Diaiyj  fei^^^S^^^^^^^^^��^^^^M^^����^��^^^^^^i��  tS  ...y.i.ia.j.  .\  * 'T^^^m^^^-^^mM^^i^^SifA^, ���"'Ij   - * "��� "��� ��-��-��������  M*1 p- *  yv-v-T-tfV^yyH*-orTVx1[*1!,  Sunshine Coast Guides  . represehtated ai meet  | REPRESENTATIVE^    of    Gipi    Guides  ^/from,   Gibsons,   Sepjielt   and   Pender   ,(  "Harbour* attended a meeting-in Powell  \ River op Saturday, MarchjSQ.       i    t  V      -Two   Powell   River   teachers,   Mr.' ,f.  |Stlverton and  Mrs,  Bettjt Peters  spoke  briefly  on  behavioral  pattern*" ,of   7-14  *year qjd girls.H_This was followed by a  lively question and answer pei,iod which  , helped leaders to pndei stand growth patterns and to find new ways  to handle  . problem situations. l> ,  . Following ilunoh served by the Powell  River Local Association, Mrs, Betty, Allien presented Mrs. Eleanor White of Qibsons with a Qualified Trainers' Pin- Wji's.  White, after attending leadership workshops and giving training to other adults,  has demonstrated her ability to qualify  *as a.trainer,  -    A surprise presentation was made' tp  ���Mrs. Betty Allen. Il is 20 years since Mrs.  rAUen first offered her-services as a volunteer leader of Girl Guides in Sechelt.  .After a few years Mrs. Allen moved to  the Roberts Creek area and 10 years ago  became  active   as   Guide   Captain-   Mrs.  ,Allep   is   presently   serving 'as   Division  {Commissioner,,  Mrs. Charlotte -Jackson of Sechelt  made the, presentation of a Long Service  Bar in appregiation of Mrs. Allen's time,  effort find interest in Guiding.  Let's talk around the  FIRESIDE  , abpuHthe Baha'j faith . \  A every Tuesday Evening  Phone 886-2078 .  '  i  ' J"f* "''K "t"��"**1f 'T"-. w**(B|,f ��iiiii  ' * <* V  '_*  -i     J.  ?.     "WW  ��     *       - *  W  (    '     tp    'i '  ���<**.**  ���i  raft... r J  , , if-'  *VVA -��W  ���A  i  "V *-  '\v  ?*<*"  11. ����  *����'  V  -I  .        #���  ", I   >-"*   J  *    r    *  V  \  ��-* ^ ���"��� -1-  --1     * t* .  v-  \  'A  U'KN J*/''*"- <^'*'fc "  Phfle A-6  The Peninsula Tlroej       We^nesdoy, Mflrch 31, 1971  )MPRE 'ABOUT',,,  _   " *: Hegional Board meeting  Hatirnbon' iSay Hd&perungs1 ' ��� * �����* paA ��n ^^1^^^,^   ~       ~      ���                                               r'                          '���,��� _���__��� Tj��i*i��u evet'< 1>ather thr^n ppt Gp.wUh the aotiflns  ,     ^                           .                                      ���oy MPry   i WKIBY Qf some, Qf ^Qbp mvolvecl he has decided  WELCOME Beaoji llaH"f|lm'programme    day, ApiU 10th- A general meeting of Ipe to quit                                   ,  wound up  the season  last Thursday    Sarger-tnt Bay Ratepayer*,' Association at Du eel pr Hairy  Almond    said    it  is  With a packed hall and a ipie show Films'   7 p.m. W��U he totlowed hv a pubiip meet- very   legretlable   for  Iflr. ^Dwljnd   has  .shown were courtesy of Air Canada and    mg at B pm. to which'all residents ot P;,ove4 u����h efficient and capable He has  gaye  some iasoinatipg  glimpses  ot  the    Electoral Area B aie iny-ted,-* ^5�� worked hard to keep the budget tor  interesting places ope can ,v��sit by jqt           .                                          ' l^6, opoiation   within   reason.   He   sug-  .lpteyesting places ope can ,yis|t by jet K���V��TT-_��� ���,,',..     . ���      .                       t; ~(  Wth jubt a few hours, of UaVel. AyXlUARY     . geslod. a letter be sent expiringt regret  nnp nf Hlp invohpst frlms^ dehciihGd a ,^t-xl weetipg o| |he Ladil'V Auxiliary and thanking him foi h|s*pas| stir-vjces.  One of the loveliest mm* debtuhul a    .,��� ;,,��� ur���, 4 ���,.,���,, n  ,���   ^s. A, the bp��gcsJlon ol duectoi  West rl  at    wai>  agieed   to   foi ward  a  copyr o'f  Mr  .   .        i  _i   ���       i      i       , �� H- ��v M-" ^��.��   -.��>����   (.w.,M>- Rowlands, resignation to the Hie commit  weie studies ol glorious beaches, tower- '     - ' - -      -"  ing breakers and cool mountain streams- ,  IN BRIEF  Holiday in Britain touched on so many ' ' Ip St- Mary's Ilo-spilal aie Ait Arm-  old familiar scenes that many pf those strong, who is uncle) going Siiirgeiy, and  piesent -must have felt a pang of penifi- Clwcn Edmunds,, following a <-"ai' accident  sickness Much to the delight of the Scots Bob   Cunrupgharn   leceived   a   waim  piesent, the film finished up with a peep -.welcome  from   his  family when  he ar  fW nf thP  loveliest  filnW desciihed a 'Pc*1 meeting o(   pe Liaqtes' mixipary  One of the loveliest trims destiihul a {    t       w ,          B     h Commumty  As.  .vibit   lo^amaica,   and  was   filled   w h -^oil\m) wfl, fm m Mpnday,-ApiUTaili at  warmth, sunshine, music and gaiety. Theie ? ,,        .     '       dear home  weie studies ol glorious beaches, tower- ' }9 ^ U-Q Vn,i   Llet"   '*Qme-  lep in oidei  lhat il be studied and piob-  lenis resolved  \  1   *"'  'V    \  '/  MnmMMmm  4     i r.  buVgh.'  'FfUz L,euchte who has organized "the-  programmes throughout the w i n t e r  months, paid tribute lo the wonderful cooperation he had received from, the IK,  hrarians of the various embassies and  consulates, French, German, Swiss and  Austrian and the British Travel Association.- -.      ,-,:.- J . ���    ���  A hearty vote of thanks was given to  Mr.' tieuchte  for the -interest  and.  painstaking care he had given-to the series, and  T       . , also to Keith Comyn the projemtionist and  1 wenty years service his assistanti Biii Praser. Mr. Leuchte pro7  Girl Guide leaders   from   Gibsons, Gibsons was presented with a long , mised to expiore the possibility of a series  Sechelt, Pender   Harbour,    Texada service certificate and bar by Mrs. of programmes lor next winter covering  Island and Powell Riv-er attended the C.  Jackson  of Sechelt.  Mrs.  Allen countries bordering on Hie Pacific.  annual meeting of the Sunshine Coa��t received the recognition for the "oiit^ ratepayers  Dwisioii, Girl Guides of Canada held standing contribution to Guiding since nMgh uuff reminded those attending  recently in Powell River, During'the 1951."  ���Powell, River  News photo the show of the two meetings scheduled  meeting,  Mrs,  Betty  Allen  (left)  Of to be held at the hall on Easter Satur-  at their homeland,  at Braemar  with, 'Is     >'ived   home   last   weekend  havipg  com-  highland sports.and the.tattoo aiL Ectin7     pleted his three months' course in farriery  .-> '  X  0  <       ��  at Pawson Creel  /"    Guests  at  the .Alex   EUis.'home   last  lweek were Mrs. Ellis' niece, I^arep and  her husband Peter Cameron of Vancouver.  ���V��MOr����IUUUII.��li����HJl����mMMui|��WBPJIHIUMWMf M��i��M����|1JD  Sechsll  This Month  -20%���  Only!  ft   ft.' ft  DISCOUNT  on  Diamond  Tipping!  ��WM"<~iP>_M_n_M�����m>  Sam the machinciy m^u's definition  of a supei salesman is a man who succeeds m , convincing his wd�� that she  would look fat in a |ur cqat  Sep heir Legipn Branch 140  Legion Hqll, Sechelt  i fi  EVERY WEDNESDAY  at. $ p.m   '""%  ���   ���       ��� ���   v-  JACKPOT ��$m    I  - --TP GQ ;  $io poor prize      :,  YOUR GIBSONS GENERAL PAINT DEALER  ������ '"jauN^MiNE .coAftT-.:JHiiaMWAY..j : iv'...:.:.'.'.            -.-'���-' ������',' '���"'���:mom������ iio#ps  I.'   '������   ,       ��� -���'  ���-    "     ���   ' ' ������      ���'     ���      ��� '���    - -   ���'   ��� ������ '  ;��� -���: ��������� -, "'������������'    ,     ���,",-.-'->  r^vfaniawi iiiiii Iiiiii ���>! piiiinwMMMpa��aa��iM��MWMMnMi��MM<nMa^^  ^  t~4       ly.  v*i >���  YOUR ^SECHELT::GBNERAL-PAINT"'PBALER'  Conio In And Goo Our Noyv Store In Tlio  Richter Rloch, Cowrlo St.   -".--'������'���'*���''-��� ->-"NoW'7 0pon<vto-:-Servo--YoHTi9otteri.-L''Phon^ v ���' , i "   *��"'"' ���'"��� "I ��������'����� ���"������' ���� iiiiii������wiiii JI mini iin.min mmmm ���nn i minim in   imiii m ju jimii imiwi.niM.JiwiiiiHitinimmiUii  i  _��� ~_���J~m~_  ��� v  *|li    ?     i    *��*!���*,*&' ,     ,,    '10,.     f0.i0.   ,0000000*f0  #����<#,��*#, ���tff-  Sectiort B  Wf>4<w4flMfofch 31, 1971  ���"���"'*-���   -�����-���-.���-. .it������i���ir.,..,���.���_-���..���.-<-������.,.,.������-,������  Froni ^ (Eyphif ��a ; ,- f  Mimtis  JV1EETINQ op November l{Hh, ippa./sfhgpl - tary School this year. JVfjss Pau| resigned  trustees Mr.' Qiassfoi-d iipd Ml'. Vfyvp... because'-.Rf health reasons,  gacrt- dispussed   tqnders for;';cptting  six .'."Also' accepted ��� witlx. regret   was   ipe  cords...of  wOjod.'.jrbis 'fl'-Mfhh^'Jnto  the resignation of Mrs. 'William Petersqp���,who  ptst was read at last week-s'schAPl hoard Via retii^ from teaching |n Jppe-. Mrs-  meeting by secretary J'my.Metier, from Pej.ers.on teaches ai Roberts Creek Schqpl.  tthe first trtinule book in thta bpiird's af-  * chives.   A*..  ���  OUTBOARD  Gun Damage  Costly Repairs  B.C. Hydrp lines   foreman Gor(ipn {alter gun-happy vandals had shot-up  Reeves was one of a four man crew nineteen along the, powerjine behind  who spent three days repairing high the St. Mary's Hospital-.'" "".  voltage transmission line insulators  IW^     This close-up of a Mjjpowg line g- jt^pm  7P\\>^lt^\A'C '   ^    WlSUlatOI  Shows the damage inflicted ZsechSli Elementary School sched-  ' " by vandals who apparently derived uled-for eit-fiei. :Aprj,..lsl or 2oth.  satisfaction ftom shooting at them  Total of 19 wei e shot at in the vicinity , special meeting  Of St. Mary's Hospital a Week pr SO Ml-   I��kaler.   North     Vancouver'  Ad-  Meeting six monlhs later on May  16  1903, the same trustees discussed tenders  for e'eaning the school v/ell. In 19Q5, trust- n:nn 1in   TWiivorln-tr   1 *�����  ees Mr. Sternbrunner and Mru Mceaul PMt _1UI1~UP    llllll till dy    tbl  in a request for three more"schopl seats, GIbsONS "firemen of the Sunshine Coast  from lhe Department of Education. Minor Baseball League, Bronco Divi-  After this refreshing glimpse into the don,'-announce they  will  be conducting  pist. trustees settled down to discussing piaye,-registration at the Gibsons Athletic  1071   problems such as teachers' strikes, eiub room Thursday April 1st at 4 p.m-  school break-in and vandalism. All   boys  between   age   of  nine   and  RECHEATION '������������������ thirteen are invited tp register with the  School trustees are being kept in trim pibsons- firemen's team. \  by  student  challenges  which  included  a SECHELT  game at Elphinstone  during   last Satur- '    In' Sechelt,   Minor  Baseball     players  sign up at the Legion Hall at 4 p.m. this  Thursday April 1st, at 4 p.m. ���  ,,,......'.���.���., ������<>����vM',;!"!,",!"*",""-'M"i !'"���!���*���  A r  -BHUSH HOOKS , AH��  ALL YOUR LAND CLEARING  '������ NEEIJS  ROTO-TILLERS  . LAWNMOWERS AND  MARINE ACCESSORIES  ti  I  V  -a��E-TIWES   ADP'RI^fS  FQR C1WIGK ��E��yLT��  J'J**** ** -J&2.AZ r-'-Afoy ���  i  ,i  I  ��� ^'v^'^-.iv : 'W   Wit���. '  .2        ' -'   -      lJ *\ ll   -: i4 Wli^   ��� ���)*/.      4-     -      ,yd pi   - ^  renewing the insulators-  Insulators damaged  by gun happy vandals  ago. Four men worked to,' three days    ���*>g��l,n*^lt-SS? 153;  will visit the school district on M-onday,  I April 5th where he will meet with school  Jjstaff 'in the afternoon. In the evening at  fi p:m. a meeting will be held in the Sedr-  elt Indian Village Hall and those interested in the progress of Indian integration  A .., ��� ,        , .       i        ���   i��� ,,      into the public school'system have been  VANDALS have been at work again lp��v-   , jnviled ((J   Uend  ing behind them a number of broken, j.     -Iiidi- sludenls have bcen doin    ex.  Hyd.tr   insulators  supporting  tht>  138 000     tremc                 Cft ���>   ^ -         Secondary  Volt transmissMon line at thejear in dose     Sc;h(jol      d f                   , ;i  pro^.rnrty to St. Mary s Hospital, tSecheJL^^  damaged,, necessitating  thiee  days  work  for   four men  in  order to replace  them.  shed   on     RESIGNATIONS  each T|,L> Board regretfully accepted the re-  with   j signation. of Miss Daphne Paul who has  ���.;} been a teachers' aide ill Sechelt Elemen-  con-'  >^.-^ii^-.-,-.-:.vi'^-f,-'--.:��� '���������������  ST-.MAUf'S Hdl^Ali.'SQ^ISTY  The audited 1970 Financial Statement is now available  for inspection by any paid up member of the Society  who wishes to inspect same.  "l-  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAf-  G. E.  Hopkins,  Putblfcif-y Cfiairmqn.  ji��.^����jitt��_i_i  'ttl-  l "    "'ft     lAi *\W'   <'^ ->-\'   -1   " >'    -VV    unjubtifial  .    '-7/ n fS3>*'   "*>&<   '���Jvv-'.^i"-v4-s- i   J'/fj^b    valid rea-  -      >���.?        W-->/-.   '4^^^Vr-:^'-;s\f^f4i    found gui  *^j^1~  - i/rtr  l- ;'l\y >.,*>  ��  n  v^.  be  btruck  or   detached   from   insuUitors.  \  This   could   result   in  peisonal   injuiies,  pioperty ' damage   and     interruption   of  s>ei vice.  A   Hydro  spokesman   states   "this   is  njustifiable   vandalism     for   which   n�� *  easpn can be given". Any persons  illy -ot such behavior will pe prosecuted in accordance with the law.  "If such stupidity continues, sooner  or later1, serious consequences will liavc  to hi" bornp. Any ir-fqi'mgUon le*"ding to  tipprehenbion of the culprits will .'b^i'i-jbv ���  prppi^tpd ifnd rJp-openiljon'pf 'f)?p PhWle "~  bought in ordpi- lo eliiiiinialc ||ic&d activi-  ticb". '     '       ' ,  Mackenzie JfDPs elect  constituency officers  ANNUA?.*    meeting    of    l|ie    Muclfciuio  NDl'   Cbnsliluuiicy    Association    was ' \  liu'd Muich 20 al lliu Pwjghl Hall, i'nwulj  Hivcr and elected  l,o iifficc were; pii-M- '  '"^V ,*^%^i'r     '    'V!    ilonl, liai-ry Oldussuri, ^Powell .HlvtM-; vu'u-  �� ^_��   \_i,i',. !/'' .1    |)icbidi;iil,   KonJljiriaT,  Gibsons;  sciuut-'  aiy,   Don   j'uarsnll,   ("Hisons;   iri.-iiKiucr,  . ���           ,.-  Slmu-t  Lamhci'l,   Powell   hivor;   |*n>vin-  Uncs foroinm^ (}oi;rion Hoovtis', and ���' memhurs of lhe public arc asked l:o   eial  Council ��� Dciogaiu,  Don   Locksiead, f  Bob il-��nis of |1C,' Hydro t-xami'its   co-pperale if poeslhle in helping ap- ' vanandii,  Irun-imission line insulators dainuKtii) prehenii the qi|lprils-who <ihi htiihl- .Th", annual mco|inu wont-on record  hy 'gun shot, Clues lo vnndais pro. reds of dollars worth of damaga i)i ��," "I'P"'^ ��f I >�� M.C1. 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I-  v  ������_c^���  Page B-2       ^   the Peninsula times'     ' Wednesday, March 31, 1971  ����^MyM��f^--%t->i��iVM*1-tV��mi^  ' The \?miKsui&!JMpteb  Rus/ie  * / way be wrongi J>H/ / shall nol be $o wrong fl-V to fail tQ nay what I believe tp be right."  .   * i ���-John Atkins  .   v povqi.Asfl.'\VMP?J.K*Jt*'Wfflr  ��jjnii(uuwu��iuiiiiM��M��iiwii��Wiiwr'-rrT'mMMMyM1M*'^^  '   Think.   First   Btulnk ~ liiitei*  AT SOtylE time or other many of us   manstauBlitoi?  'hiive observed a motor vehicle that We make an issue ot this in order to  lias heen involved in \\ collision of some    clarity the fact 'that an impaired driving  sort. Either with another vehicle or an  pbjeot such as i\ tree? telephone or hydro  pole, and occasionally a'building, .  ���     Under normal conditions such actsi=  dents are considered to have been eausefj!  through a fault or misjudgement bn the  part of the driver and invariably need  not have happened.  Top of the list as cause of accidents  is alcohol, the impaired driver who, only  too .often, has had far too much to drink  for safety sake-but is convinced he is  quite capable and able to drive. Un*  fortunately;, the* moment he gets behind  the.wheel-other lives are in jeopardy and  while few people have sympathy for a  drunken driver who is prepared to put  bis own life on the line, it is a criminal  action on his part when through his  stupidity other innocent lives are threatened,  1 When we see a tree, po(e or building  "tftat ha's been struck by a motor vehicle  in the hands of an impaired driver, then  k- should be considered that the same  .tree, pole or huilding. could .just as  easily bave been a person or persons-  Possible even a woman and child, or  even a group of school children. It could  be-anyone ofLuror a -member of the  family.  Right there lies the reason for strings  ent law enforcement and certainly far  beavier penalties than we have^at present.  -Stnti-itiefr=wQtd<  ���by Frank O'Brien #  hTHI9 weekend I had the honor of accompanying  tlie  Tetrahon  Ski   Cfub  mernbe-s to their ski dub 3800 feet upin  the mountains.  The hwd work, courage and the determination these people have shown over  the last couple of year-" is tvuly amazing,  l'ov example ihe ski tow tbey have was  moved from tho Garibaldi Ski'Club and  had to be dragged up the slope by sno\v  cat and then -enacted by the members.  The snow cat  itself is a  IP58 model  purchased   by   the   members   and   many-  mglyts have been spent repairing  it by  Tetvahon mem pei s.  The funds needed and the work have  all been provided without any assistance  t'ram  the  government,  though  a family  ski olub Pan only add lo the-popularity-  of the commwftity..  , Iii'Ih^se day-('of handouts and apathy  it \vas encouraging to see a group of  people who saw what they wanted and  charge'is closed as a serious offence and  those so eluirged nnd found guilty should  he prepare'! to ^ei\d of the incident along  with other court' hews. We have previa  ptisly -statecl that we have; a policy of  publishing on.ly those cases landing a  fine .of, $50 or more; Anything less is  generally of a trivial nature and seldom    .   newsworthy/As an ethical publication,,   did  it themselves   Many  other groups,  ���   ������-������'��� ���-���     and individuals, could lollow the example  of the tetvahon. r    ,  It       ��     -**  __It is \vith great'interest' thai I have  been following the protebts against the  Four Seasons "development at the entrance  to Stanley Park m Vancouver, If the  people opposed to it can stop the hotel  from getting off the ground they may1  set a pre|lecent that we can go by as the  Peninsula becomes more and more .commercial. .-(...  Now is the time to be zoning our  beach and park areas for public, use, now  is the time we should be deciding which  Liops Campaign  If you tllniik going to school was tough    major cities in B.C. to try and make  paired driver:,,,wrjo faces diarges simply  for being impaired is fortunate and instead of protesting the fa|| he has been  brought before a judge anff fined, should  consider himself extremely lucky that  impairment is the extent ?of the charge.  It could just as easily ihave included  The Times does not consider ^deals'* as.  a means of playing discrimination, as was  suggested Inst week by one man. He had,  he" said, been told by another .publicar  lion editor that his n-^ne^vould be vyith*  held providing we woiild do the same.  There have "been two cases during the  past seven years when court news was  suppressed by The Times, and this was  strictly for reasons involving health of  certain people who ,co.uld have suffered  a serious mental set-back-  ��� Further to this, it might not be generally known but discriminatory suppression of news can lead to a heavy penalty.  We- do not suggest that each and every  case coming up in court is reported, for  there are times when information has  not always been. available in time for  deadline and if- for some reason we fail  the following week, then it becomes old  hat and is overlooked, This, however,  is rare but does explain an occasional  failure to publish  the odd, ease.  One thing we make abundantly clear,  at such tiflie that any member or relative  ifejin-es   staff���a|~^ea"S���i  when you vvei-Q a kid, try it again  today blindfolded, or in a wheelchair,  or on crutches. Easter ileal"dollars  provide transportation services to  oyer 1200 children per day in four  getting basic education and needed  medical care a little easier. The faster Seal Society would like to he able  to provide this service free to all  children and adults w P��-C  TwpMfay^^  Editor, The; ;pmesu  Sir-:'-premier I Bennett is-being ^hailed  liquor' in Et.C. .���  Mr. Bennett is. quoted as saying he  will go as 'f.ar as' the law allows to stop  the pushing P* products that are, detrir  mental to fieaJlH, and tlie new legislation  is aime,d at '^aWirig the '���pushers'' (i.e.  the acivei-tispi-|);'.'.' .-'���"-       .      ;  W.hat colrtsfeal ���hypc)cracy. for tlie B.G.  GoSferivmeri4^.-��iry;it is'all wrong'fpr the  "pushers" to make money advertising such  a harmful, product, Dot it is-all right for  the B.C. Government to make rnoney(rnil-  years Vancouver residents and tourists  from all over are going to begin 'discover- >.  ing' the Sunshine Coast. When the droves ;  come, the hotels, the motels and feVie condominiums, we must be ready to keep the  area as beautiful and as unpolluted as  possible, We haven't got much time ...  to a hurried Vancouverite putting "up  with crowded beaches, park and camp  sites the relative wilderness of the Sechelt area mtpt kiok terribly inviting. ���  Letting go... the war cry of the 'new'  lar-e���-aa��  and is fined $50 or more, then names will  be; published. To discriminatij is unfair  and unethical and is the type of reporting we are more than pleased to leave  to others. Further, we point out' "we  do not make the news.'we simply publish  it".  X  CURRENT excuse for dropping out of  ^eeiety���and-refaising^to���aeeept- -re  sponsibility' in a world that has far more  to offer than ever before is "l do not  ; wjsh to becpnie a slave pf convention".  Jn 'other words, "let the establishment  ^ keep me for Tarn an-individualist".  Prime-:example -pomes from an inters  ested onlooker aboard the Cpiriox-rPowell  ��� Riyervferry^  '      tween'ff member of the bushy hjairedvfiet  and a somewhat more cpnveniiohai meiiir  ber of the estabiis|iii7ent,-a salesman,  We no longer call them hippies unless we are certain they smell.Tt appears  those of the' clan" who are clean and  use deodorant are nol exactly hippies.  Therefore, the character involved might  aves  of society who, in effect, accepted their  responsibility-and-playedut ..parLirLbuilrk..  ing up thejr country.^The aim of he and  his kind is to put "people such as the  cafe operator out of business as with  others of the establishment. It was at  this point that the wandering philosopher  was directed to the door.  When it" is considered that there are  are,   at   least,  talking   about   letting  go,  freedom; letting it all hang, out .And so -  few  have  any  idea   of   what  it   means. :  To most it is music, fashions, a weekend  drunk or sexual m'hibition. These are all ,.  as far removed, from a concept of total  freedom as any one can get. Letting go  is to let go of the binds that hold men  in society. The binds that tell you, allow  you to use only Vfeth of your brain.If you  can jar loose even one half of your mental  process  you  could   then   find   out   what  letting, go. is all about. Unfortunately, tp- aCcurate figlrres on ~the Sechelt Wate'r-  day-the-intelleet-tial-is-looked^upon-as~a- WoiirsTEv^nnlTe--SieyhHlt-V-i 11 age-author-  freak-  If  be is not  completely  removed  lions~~yeai ly   profit) -seffi^g^^i-i&.Jiaj-m-^  ful product.-   -,   >     ...,-i:  MARY GROSS  Inaccurate  Editor, The Times,  Sir: This will be hopefully, the last letter in this series -and is prompted by the  reaction of A.  Carey, in these columns.  Mr. or is it Mrs. or even Miss Carey  (ho pun intended), where in the ever, loving world  did  you get  those  wildly  in-  from norirpiU society, he is at least discriminated* against.-The'man on the block  who reads classic novels instead of watching the hockey game is thought- of as  wierd.. The child in school' who bores of  conventional ,fcfam-the-learning-down-  theii"sthroats" process is labehed a, trouble  to dislike our way of life and try their  best to drag us down to their low level.  Poet's corner  have had these basic qualities, We do put in an honest Week's work Even worse  not know so Will attempt to refrain from is the fapt lliat these-same dregs profess  referring to it us a hippy.   ���  As the Powell River ptdp mill came  into  view,  lhe hairy  person  told   his ���  ybupg son to behold the spectacle of all '  the slaves working like so many robots  ��� in order to. make money, So loud and  insistent did (he whiskered one become  thai the salesman finally wandered over  and asked what he did fpr> a Jiving? lie  was told "Oh,;, I get by1, a (ilile welfare find that'sort of Ihing."  In no uncertain terins he was (old  "Well, if it was .not for thos,e people ~  you call slaves' over "there.' and thousands;  more like them, you would be starving  they're lhe people thai pay luxes and  pity your welfare, your free lodgings, free  "hofipitiilandall llierifsfof if,", '   The hnlry one admitlv'd that, he had  never thought of ihhnt way and al that  point the -member'"of the l-Ktabllslnneni ���  '���(V,oiuilo(|. over. Iho. rail.  Another member of Ihis presenl iiny  nomiidie sect was permilled' lo unler  and tliuc in ii local cafe despile his np-  peiirance which, to say lhe least, was nol  conducive lo healthy appetites,. Later,  in eonversiilion with the proprietor, he  iidiiiilU'd hu mul his liin-j,loiilhed lliose  The Pmirnvth^bwh.  |l��itlil|N|rc(1 Wp<liicml��y�� in fjcclieh  ��,u.-.....-.,.��.����..����,,-.-on-|l.C,'()-Hiin"ililno Com��iI*-��,*-*���-��->���~  ,   Hcclroli l^nintiiilo Timed l,M.  Don 3.10 . fjocliolt, li.C.  Pnutllfif Q, Wheeler, Ktlltnr ttml Publisher  ' Mnbscrlpilon Kntcut (in Bdv��nco)   ',   ���  ,    ���     lyciir1, lt.1-2 Yo��m,$9.J Yctrrn, $13     ��  U.S, nnd I'orclgn, $5,30  twine the ttrtttlroin Port Mellon to Ranwni  (Howe Sound to JaryU Inlet)  thousands  pf.tl|ese   people   hving   bke .^^ fey the feachers-and an 'egg1 head  parasites pa the^backs of those who do ihy'the gtuderrn-^ rpi.'A ?   "',  work and'contribute, it is little wonder  welfare costs are soaring. Ijfo ope objects  to a genuine welfare recipient but it js  extremely frustrating to remain passive  at the spectacle of these dregs crawling  from the woodwork each and every week  to draw welfare provided by those who do  ���jYoitr contributions are invited  J^y n li! 3 S I O N-S  by Barrrff'iBuddy) Paul.  Crisp, wild, cooling at will'  ��� the month''s end approachod  with January's ohill,.,  Slow, uiisy, aoulemplalion is slow   life's o))b decreoacH  will) fnlli'ng snow:..,  Warm, roiaxing, tiomfortahln lair  - - nnsl loinuid wall log  for'(luul) wlnlur'H flair.,,  Onnp, i|iil��t, Hulinnly (mini  ovoryllihiK   Holldll'loH  IIH  lift) (HIRIIH Ol)  , , .   ,  Hlaopy, i'��"-,t.fi)Mi h) 'propiiratlon  I lino iillown ��ihnnn��n  ;   without liositntlon ,,," , ���    ,  ' '���       v  Wll/VT  WAR   COHTH-  Why in war fi m����na lo an ��ndV  Wliy do peopl�� d|e, duhmdt  Wliy Ih life no rbwnp, forgollnn  I um ymniK, my lll'u Is yninm, Ho why?  Iirwui' n nioiuiH hi mid or ulni'l ' t  nil .i!i<-.i"i'iibluniM, In man no nninrlY ,  To llilnk Ihal Im. t-iiii inlw) n llfu,  If a wpmah is not content with the  self induced slavery of*house work and  tries to use her mind in the economic or  creative world, in a step above a typist,  she is shunned from the Miss Chatelaine  followers and the True Confession freta|<s,  who make up the largest proportion of  women,  We, liave created a world  where, tQ  exist, a person ootids an I.Q. of we|l under  100. An individual who has never read  a book or thought- abput the world except  in a local sense survies and prospers while  the poor;-'struggling,-intelligent  human  IH forced to conform to a type of existence)  that baffles him in its stupidity. The college hart), is not the gifted scholar but the.  Iiuinhling-blairii-cl half |)ac|<. The perfect  worker is nt)l the ono who continually trios  to improve' tire ji'b,' but the moron who  punches  in and  out   without  a  thought  or care of what the company actually  produces; ' '  ThiY ideal citizen, and pntriot, is ijot  tho inun whei itltempls lo bring about reforms, bul. Um "Silent Majority'1, of prill-  Ileal  laclcifis who huvo no (den of, how'  roform con h'olp.  If nno ionics at out socioty this h��-  Koiix.-H iran'spi'i-antr-)'" ulnar. Apalhyi Is tho  riineunm Hint affciMs ihn worlilngl.rj),;i|>ul'n-  llon, Iunnrunco is niicounigoil ai'id a hil-  \\0) dolltii- hiisluoHH is fed by convincing  thorns pnopln Ihul. "lulling go" Ik a' hot-  tin of' lioozit, a strip Jnlivl nr ii honluty  giunn, If limy iivnr woloi nj) lo Iho finil  thnl, thoy nun.got-rid of their friiHtrnlloiiH  through a Himpla nrocoss frilled, |pto|-  li-ctiiul iillniiiliilioii lln.1 world would >  ohnngn ilrunlh-a||y .,, I'or. t|i-i hnltor,  Vm-y fow Imophi will ���iv��r uudorntaiid  this tliough. Thoy will work at an Insult-:  ing job, culm llinfr urg��n of frondom and  '.Ihy will din,,, al'lon living n manning''  luwi p-ii-iod of ilni��, uflnr living,In four  of llm oiiii ihing Ihoy mftually owimd,,,  I'l'ottdniii. , ''    '     s  +      *       ���,  ized Motherwell Report evaluated the old  system at $40,000.  To  go on,  Yes, /I was the founding  chairman of the Sunshine Coast Regional  Board and during all of my term as chairman, the Sunshine Coast Regional Board  did not have powers in its initial Letters  Patent to deal with water,  ; ���" Cbincidpntai with  the  expiry  (^"jpy*  term !of office; the r3oard received assefit  from  the voters to apply for extension  of Letters Patent to* empower the Board  tp ideal with water,  ���   'Two' years later during my last year  as ajdei^han, I was appointed \p vejpve-  sent .Sechelt: on the Regional .Boatd. In  , th& -mte-"im ;,all the .decisjoTi^ liad heen  made and contracts let etc. tlvat .led\;ih-  evitabb' to the present financial situation. The Mayor would' be able to fill  in for, .this.'interim period.       .A  ";--" .  J am on record as being highly cijilipal  on the Board's action in this area of  administration in spite of your intovrna-  tion to the contrary.  Further more t am on record \yilh having appeared before the Board and speak--  ing on two occasions regarding my epp-  cfirn.over the" mtmner. an,d course that the  expropi-iation   proceedings   were   taking.  Tills  hist Was during the time that I  was not in office of any kind and I Was  _J4aiwl4ng-as^a-t^irrcei-|-red citizen only.  Where were you,,citizen Carey, when  the duly appointed courts bf^B.C"T^-trrio'~2tf=  down the grossly inflated and unfair  award for the magnificent Sechelt Waterworks. The Board could have used -someone with a workable method of upsetting the courts findings. Do not look for  scapegoats pa,the Board, much if not  ���most, of the problems faced by the Board,  were not of their making.  There is one point on which you are  right, Mr. Benner's business is outside the   Vi Uage.._ JSxanLly ���_m.y_.point. _i_j��erjlas,_  NORMAN WATSON  Qualification  Editor, ThevTimes,  Sir: Much has been said about qualification recently. Permit me to clarify tbe  definition: Qualification means competence, having the ability to produce good  -results. If we can accept thjs definition,  it -9-'..'; self -evident- to most people, with  senses left, that the inost competent thing  .the authorities and academicians, in their  mad pursuit of tire dollar, have achieved  is methodical and ofien utter destruction  of pur multi-billion yoar old eon system*-,'  of >vhioh--"��iWM.'er;v survival ��s an iptfegral  -pavt- '  fhe Regional Bjnard District planner *  oMast year is obyiotjialy no excea^ion, having emulated the faults of other districts  ,  in lespoot to zoning and  ^aek oi tuial  planning. -When ] approached him last  yeai' on  this -same matje)-, ire justified  this type of zoning by saying it was a  stop gap. Unlike' Mr. West and his c*i|- t  loagues, 1 lrtj,ve po doubt whatsoever of  tlie iur-onvptHeii.ee of this small hiorachieal  grpup, tp'livo wilh harmony ol the environment.  Therefore,   1  do   not   expeel    '  coiupetence where it has obviously been  lacking in 13 years o| involvement with  these, people. Every dollar taken ouf of  .  the" taxpayers.-money to be put utto,E(nme  form ot distorted pi ogress, iway^tanly and  economically enslaves irim arid" many ato  foroed lo work in the mills of destruction, which otherwise, to a certain degree,  could have been avoided,  While the people of other parts, of the  continent are desperately trying to resuscitate these saa^e eep systems by buying,  back vast areas of sjiore UueS (examples:  Mississippi River shore line, Lake Bufftla,  Lake Mead and innniimerable others, all  are restricting building 'to a safe distance  from the water: 400 feet, 1,000 yards  minimal and are in many cases turning  them   into  beautiful   recreational  areas)  we" are frantically Rutting plans into action that will destroy our Eco Systems.  Here our "competent" planner is ���setting  sitch a high pr|ce on our coast .'line by  zoning- it as residential 1, that it will  be financially impossible fpr the taxpayer  ��� to buy it back when he; sees tlie necessity" to do so. And again he will be  forced into over depletion and pollution  by working in the mills to obtain the  money^       It has also beep said that garbage collection and water systems are no doubt  "beneficial" to this area. 1 would like to  point out that without the knowledge  of harmonious ratio of specie to environment, including -man, it is impossible to  assess Ihe infinite harm that is done  o when great quantities of water a're cbal)-  �� ueled indiscriminately away from the..  creeks. As for garbage, if we Irad re-  channeled into compost heaps and hydraulic presses to be re-cycled, w�� might  have been 'on the right track.  If heed had been paid to my proposals  al different meetings ip the past, we  might havp been'1ft��� yr-nrs aboad-r4=o^e"il���  areas with environmental development.  Competence? Yes, in counting money.  Competence? Yes, in pursuing false trails  of identiy in the power structure; but  competence in planning for environmental harmony is conspicuous by its  absence. .....���..:..-     I would like to compliment the directors responsible for trying to hold back  this "planning" until they obtain more  pertinenl facts.  May I also suggestr that those-who "wish  to go on without knowing the implications  of eco system destruction, resign immediately, for this problem is one of the  greatest emergencies in the history of  human experience. No, progress, is better'  than abortive wallowing in stupidity and  ignorance.  Planning is ppt the, respppgrhility..-o��,  1 or 2 peonlejbut is tlie,icortcJeiTI;vlotcpypry7;v;-"  ope, ivtrjiiy. |renr|Ogs shapid be 'had..oiV.ihs  yariou-"'proposals, With decisions made  by the people] exercising -oiir democratic  process.  DAN CARty  t"*��*!l^mi^  i  A Good Selection 6f  Popular COOKBOOKS   .  Sechelt 885-9654  'TiT'l lf��'*Ti'^irrt"��li[*rii(CT*��itt I ir*n~Uif lo~* lo-sni lY'^r'���Tlrrr-rtnnilr'ftf ~ I lin"-ff^T*Hnfl --Boi~nrml ��f  . ,   . .     . . .       ��� K  Htono in hnllt pnlltloH and anll-pnlliiilon,"  look Mi'tmn at i.olghhour Bon, -      \ 1^,1110' lolihylng by, labour ii-ilmm. |���,  his hoii, liltfilHiij-liU-r, hln who and linns    (UlM,ry U|)(, ���)0 p^i,^,,,, ()f |j)(1 (,,',1,^  Ih it my right i�� twi<�� from iii'mi  lliu v��ry etiMcnco of tholr world lo nm'l  Now 1 am not.an ingonlun'man,  I Iivo for Hill", nnjoy wlial I i'tip,  Uuvit I llio right Ih'tahit from you  nil thnl you chortMb, love, to urns in -war?  CENTENNIAL SILVER pOLLAR BIHG0  <    APRIL 1st  I         ��� ���'..''  ^   ' !   ' ���    * '   ��� .-.���-,...< .    1 ..  UfME EARLY MRD GAME OF  1 CARD ONLY  AT ;7,45 P,M. SHARP  JACKPOT $75 TO GO  Portion of. 00c)) fjc-imojiKihl in liilvor ,  lol lore  3twtiiH' hlm'ualf ||m SOT him |-oan, Mllml,  Nevnr )i��forn )uis a project of |,h�� wrmllhy,  lor tho wriulthy, boon dofouted for rniiHoiiB  nf oi'nlogy, For l|)n flrut lima l��)��ilmology  hnn l-itni), ahuclviid hoforo hitrm wim douw.  ���... Trim, tho- HoijIuk workorin who'"IohI  thnir jnlw hi;i;niiiia ,of il will iiiourn liu  pmmlhg, hilt tlmy am 11 Hinall "irlcii to  pay lor tho, phi iip 1 lu l dnmirgo thnt;i'oiild  huvo biM'iii tlonn, Pm-hapii - now hiduiii,ry  will i'vidi/i\ Uuil progi'iiHM miiHt iuinw<fi'  not only to profllH hu| a Inn lo Iho.pnhlln.  flood  n<tWn  from  tlm  Hon)) Tuho,.,  f'lU! h"�� laioly pnmontod ihrmi ouitiiiind-  lll/(diii!iimoi)liir)if(i, iliiiilli)/! with Vlwt Nam,  "fipitnl J-nnlfthm'-nlanrl th'rpiihllf'My do--  |)Hi-ltiii-iit> of tho Pnntagoh, 1'nrhupn thin  ymtr TV iRflnnlly ({.MiM' to piqvft Into  Iho Iwanllntli vapluyy, It In cortaluly limn,  w ...Jtuvlug Iii.l4.0n a (hvj loo mfiuy uluhttUil  dmiiii, �� pit'lly youn/j thing run out of  doom, falhtod alal foil ovt'i- aiiatili huri'isi,  A young muii ttuw |n��r, plrltcd Im up and  ��'urr|od hor 10 hln room, ti>�� next, morning  hn wlrfidihln^arlnitr Ip Cli'li'irgo; "CIoho  offjfo, fitdl pyoiylhing,' (,'om�� lo "HapA,  ,T))vy throw away bailor.-duff lanu lliun  you.vpp 1,-liy In Chicago,"  BROUGHT TO YOU DY yTHESt  PROGRESSIVE PEACES OF BUSINESS V..  Country Style Bread is Old-Fashibned Goodness  The history of bread linking wouldn't bo complqte without.rQcnlllna  Iho onrly settlement in Connda nnd tho morvnls,their rnulo Kitchens  produced,  In Weslbrn Canada, many early settlers*r(arr1ed'llttla howl^' of yenst  starter with'them on the sqi|t\nky-w|ioe|orl Red River carls that took Ihem  acr&ss IhP Touchwood Trnll^nlo the wide, unsoliled prairiea, The men  who had gone aheqd to l>|a/o the trqll fp|| they were hack in Hie mi?-' *  folding warmth of-^ipme when their wiyebqiTiyta^    frqgranl while and rjolfi loaves of bread,     "  Here Is a ronlpo for Counlry Style Broad���prepared by .Iho Irwll-  llonal Waler-Dissdlvjad Molhoil' -which will recall for yon all that t"|d-  faijjloned rjoodnoss we ossnclnlo With treasured fee I pes, from the past.  ,l("mol<9irfl'1ol'0''1r>a'vl571o^^ freez'ftonvV'76/n^  COUNTRY STYLE BREAD (maM 8 to IQIoayoti)  ) cup lukewarm water J .   3 iqiilespoonls blue |k>nno|  j triblespoon sugar- ' v       Margbrlhe ,  2 pqekages \2 y|ab|o?poons) Flelsh-    Ti tablo-ipf-ons sugar  mann's Rapldrhix or ["Mschmonn'R   7 poundti all-purposa flour  Foul Rising Active Pry Yeast ,    <nhout ?,<\Vx cups) (  9 cups wnlur" )' A mhlcspnons snlt  1      Measure ) cup lukewarm wafer ihlo a largo |>owl. SHr In 1 lahlo-  snoon sugnr and, contend nf 2 package-, or ? loblo&iioons l-|e|-,chmann'��  'Acilvo Pry Yeat-l, lol Mand 10 minutes, ihon i>ilr,well,,  ' Mpantlmo, comblne.9 cups water and blue bonnel'Margarlpo In o  saucepan, Ileal over low" hool until liquid Is lukewarm and liiatgarlno  molls. Silr In S lablospoon*! sugar; Comblho lukewarm waiter mjxlwrfl  and yeaM mlxluro; fillr. Add 6 ants of (lour; boo! uiilll smooth, -fillr In  additional 9-cum of flour and oall blondod logolhorr-Siir. in onough of ."i,  lhe remaining.Hout la moke a soft rlougli. |-lnco )h greased Jiowk, turning to grease top. Cover; lot rtea inwarm placti, free from -drafl, until  doubled In bulk, about I'/; hours,    ,  Puncli dough-down; divide into1 loaf size portion*. Th^n knerxf each  p t> r^ Ton vv-011 r ^Ti 0 pa- cs rs ��!T| i p |o rro T n too ro* Vh *t f ^ n I r r <To v^r^ f ot rl is ��*f f n ^y^j ri^T ^���  plqce; fr��fi from drflft;-"until Jdnub|pd In bulH/ ^bnur 1 tiQiir; Knend ���  gpr-tly tagaln ond fthape Inlo loaves, Pla<;u, )n greased 9x5x3 Inch loaf  pans, Coyer; (etrjsa'jn worrn plnco, Irtm frpm draff, uri\l\ douhlerj In  bulk, oboui ) hour, boko In hoi oywn ^00",.F.) aboui ?6 io 30 mlnules,  or unttl ^Jpne, Romr>vi8 irom pans onrf cool op wire racks,  ���MBEBa  Peninsula Plumbing     Ltd. ;���"���������-"������  HEATING fit SUPPLIES  1.1 ���  < ���  Your Sejntqne   Shorwin Williams  iPaint Dealer  1 Phono 886,9533    .*  Gibsons, B.C.  Where'  Fashion h a byword  Smart Shoppers are   found at ;���"','���'",''   HELENA'S  JASHIOfiLJSHOBKE:  Gibsons, B,C. - Ph, B66-994T  TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CE-SILDREN'S & INFANTS'  -  WEAli .  LADBES' SPOBTS Wr^Alt  L i  Phono 086*9994  SunnycfoJit Shopping Ceptro  !"SAVE-MONEY~  AT-VotlR POPUtAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (���"       '       ,  The Sf/hsrjIneConrsf  GULF BUlLDlfsiG  SUPPMES  888-2283 - Sertoli, B,C,  5  ���B  W  m  :- !  ������*��� ffc^ nil *.m*^,i0* **��� ****<  mi0^tm^*^^^*'1**0*   *��� l*-t^^ *��,���  T��^i*lA m* 0*.   **���   (���(**    **��.     m0�� *?  ��r/-"r1'ir^  tt_~J_  The Peninsula frizes        '. Page pr?  ��� Wednesday, Marsh 81, lg?,1    .  Paul St, Pierre  r  HIMHfU!llWH��ll��M<��imil lUWHWIIWHil iJ.ni..,ijwi ���  T Pmd@r Hi: Litis  i  ".���.-i/---  ^     ���  ^-Letter from Parliament Hill  Ponr Mr. Mayqr,  May I-plflco heforo your Council and,  through thcjjn, to tho t-oinmu|u1y, ,a mat-  tor which | think iit-sorves the alionlioii  ol nuiny inteie-Morl nti/ons of y.Coas.1  Chilcotin.  As you know, great  J  f*  i��-  i"  ;)  t i  I  Ir  M  y  Ffif^^'teiiiAs y���� might not.  BMTM^.llKyM c��nndJan problem-in  tins respect is almost unique in the  "Western World. Our  post w��r byth rate  exceeded tho&e of  ��| any similar nations.  " Between now and  li'8fi, the Canadian labor- (ort-e will tn-  crpi-ae by more than the total labor toice  of Svvadon, qnd mq&t ol thit> moieasje  will be tire tosu|l of our post'war baby  hnopi  This is a muss-ye problem which gov-  ornmen'  IJpwev  ai e the  mer  For some months, the federal govern  men) has been planning a bummer program for youth in Canada The stones  about Ufty million dollars woilh of free  bus rides was built aiound this survey.  Although no such lunacy was ever s,eti-  oubly considered here, this fiction has  gained widespiead public belief and the  result could be damaging unlets consider ation of fact replaces it  Mr   LW   SWAIN,  Mayor, Village ol Sechelt.  This afternoon, lhe Pnme Minister  announced the youth piogram to the  House of Commons I attach a copy, of  his statement More tmpoilant, stoop bis  statement was general in nature, .L-attach  .details of the nine programs' involved  under the four differ cut ministries You  will note there is to be increased biting  bynhe x'rvii "sprvrce ol~yoiniib~ToT "bumme"  work and increased activity in Canada  Manpower centres duepted specifically to  the hiring ot youths Theie will also be  efforts, to gain the fullest cooperation of  pi ivale industiy which now, as always,  cariies the main load of pioviding jobs-  Various types of militia (mining will be  continued   and   expanded  Last- sunimer's piogram of assistance  to (ravelling youth will be continued, although wrlji sonic significant drffer ences   of approach. The government's view is  thai young people will be on the road 11)  gieat'1 numbeis again this year and thai  this can be good experience for fliem m  learning nvore about their own country  and other countries  There will be support for organized  group travel programs and inter-provincial  /  /  J  y..  X  :>  V  f*WM      *M  I  00  t      1  u  ���������       "Wih      t��-* *  r  -4 K+3*** �����~* f  Thif-fy Ye^ts. Experience  PT. PAT^?P|f��p. DAJfPE  Trtp ST. patrtpk's Qance hold on tyforph.  1 t*-, in the Madeira Pail' P��mm*.i,riity  Halt was very successful. Thp proceeds  went to the girls visiting tho Vnitpri.  kingdom. ThP dpporiitipns werp mi-dp by  Mrs, Fa|i, mid the gu.l*. The great v^n^y  ot i(i(-d vy'is prfipftipihUy the R��rp-Hs ppii  other vnlun'Ipoi'B. 'Phe'givls wjsh to th��ni'-  all thosp who.- helped nutHp '111*" (lanpe a  slicpcss. . ' '  EASTER HAVf^E  This is tire last week fpr iaff|e licket"-  ~lo be -sold- The draw lor the cp)o,\ TV,  inade-ln-ipoasure s-.pt, Esjcurip cavyjrig  and otlier consolation prizes.will PP heljl  in thp jirst week in Aprjl. All proceeds  itom the ralile arp in- aid.'fil the U'jt.  tup Winners of this lafi'lo will be published in this pohirnu  DONATION?  Wo "ire lluinklul for die support f'iyen  llrroughout Iho Peninsula to 0L|r U.K project Btisincssinpu nnd individuals have  contributed gifts |o| prizes, and supis of  monoy Thpy range from humble. "Heie's  a coupla pucks", to some very hpalthy  cheques A, final account wi)! bo pri)ilish-  -py Cinily Hflrrji,^~P��wM'���&n*k~"  A hpdrnJntPp mfitph, Ppndpr Yfi Sra^lce,  tpok p]ac,o on Ml'nday-M&rph 22. fl,esMl|s  wpre  out   pi: VJ ^{a^ps, plj-yed  Pp^dpr  won iq. Ppiifipr plan,s \to play -i rolnni    MV Mai't'll '&,  pPPflH^P  ol  thp tenpliprs  nifllph jit Brooks.ih tvv(vwpel-s tit)ie. Ppn-    stride |ho rpports w����'e fielnyp^ (wp i\ays.  i \ .   ������'  dpi- liati n djstippt flgfl tidvflntoMjW a  hij*jh st��P(3*irfl \wp huen rp^pKod'Un ^ur  two years of pppr^tiqn.  H9UgE ''P9MPSTITI9N- ;  ��om,p'kpon ppmoptHion l"5\s tpft Hp<P��  with a tiealtljy \9$d, qypr Isfpqt^q ,1V \^a  cpmplptipn of the basket b;all sprics.  REPpRT! PARP�� ,  Report  rard.s  vypre >sHPfJ  PP  Tpps-  5.  ii  ���^*M*m��#^��liM|��MJ*M^  m^^mmtmm mi^iiii**��**m*>*<f*  for all your flqqrcqvprinq mm  CAU.-6N  16S9 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngoert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-71 J?    -���  WE FEATURE A LARQEC 3PLECTIQN QF DRAPES  "t Ml' ���'  mil i~ ii ii mt��im�� imauii n>n.n��iti��r<,:^'it|jii  "i"   '" r    '   )��� i "' "���i"< "'  �����������  pcpawwi  ���MB  \.J  U ��  I  "  '"'   i  '*���-..  V,:  i-  -  :.^  *j j*  ���is  -"�����-  r*  V  i  iB-alth reasons-farced hlra Jto-give up    ancj (ibreglass^boats on- hand,' l^e '4%-  ;us.,ti4g.^ftat lading-business. ,Glp,  .'peots |.tf take oyer: a iiurnbp'r.-'ofr.tclp error  Wlib' niovfid'. |o -the SecJ-jel't' area J'rqtti j line - dealerships . fpr. Igt-ger vessel's        we arc sorry to say theie was an error*  Gihsdh'sVh-a's: dtiened -un-afifsT class    fihrintlv.        if.-.       .  .��� \    "       '   ' ,i19de   )n   the   last   TTr-Lites   publication  Qibsbp's"," \M$ opened ^up *a firgtf class   sbdi-tly-  leading, "lhe tptal sum or $<ir>Q0, saved  towardb the IJ K trip.",This should have  read $375 ��|ftcr payment of deposits Since  then pipcceds from donations, raffle, apd  danpe have left a balance of $2(il)0 with  all expepses having bpen paid  This bs ca $3 SPOT!  (Less when on contrqet) ^^  Your advertising in fins space will reach  ncqrly i2;500 homes (over 9,000 people)  each week It's the mo$l economical wpy to  reach rnore Sunshine Coast people bccaitse  Times ads go into rppre homes than pny  Diher~new&pnper   piodqced-ii-r^lTis^^afear  Phono 895-9654  ANNOUNCING  AN OFFICE FOR THP PURPOSE OF THE  PRACTICE OF LAW AT SECHELT AGENCIES Lm,   COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  P&40NE 885-2161  .i- S'  7?f  ���- -i  ;������ i  *.*  Egm&mssmwimsigsssssmsL^^  Well Stopped  2)f^t" h>MJ ^ .���������� ta defray   ��� ^^r^^^^^^ff^   . AU)}pUgb StHl aw^lig mm. ��l ^  onTCdfSri-Sfois copk-hp pnlfir^Prt or JpiiFovod.      . bas a-comprehensive meWm 1m*  Thplioste) program worked quite -Veil     ���    What is required is the leadership of jjlg,   boating ancj  spprttpg gQQfls ,an  local, voluntary, non-profit organiaations lianfl in his new sioj'e, lopated in-the  w||o  car*  devise  public service  projects,,  in many areas of Canada last year, but  some experiments proved disastrous, notably at Vancouver Heady Street Armouries. It is jn tins area Ihal u different approach has been I alien  iNo aimones will he used for hosU'lb  thih your Perietal money will be available  foi assist inn in the establishment of hostels Howevt'i, the initiative hi establish-  ing lioslol.s lliis yepi is loft to local municipalities' or local volunlaiy oiguni/u-  lions If nuiuii'ipalities wnnl io have vnl-  unli'ei luoiiiis iinrit'i'lnlti! hostel -opoi'i-  liniih, |ho|i> may bo lerieial finuiit-i-Jl n">-  hit.liiiii'1!. ilowovor the ni'oil lor llioin tiiul  theit ihreclion will hen mnllei nl derision  perhaps of an adventurous nature, on  which young people could sppnd their  effort this summei and, al the end, have a  leal sense ol accomphshirieiil.  As many as h,<rilt �� million yoijths oni|li|  become involved'in these projects.  All .project"! inusl be completed by  September 30,   1071.  Pnnnb and guides ��|e not yet available  irijl in jlio i|U"U|iliui�� I hope lha| any locu|  oigitni/iilion intou'.stou in siu-b ptojeds  will gjvo ||i�� mpiiui ihep urgent consiiii'T-  atjon, An cm ly application seohis ohht'li-  lial, 'I'lu'l'r lh im way  ul   loihwi'ng   how  Benner block in, (Sechelj,. Son Tim  an able helper is Seep inspecting  newly arrived wafer skis.  by  tlie  loi'fil  pifoplo. Piovhii-inl  govorii-    quickly Ihii. uppiopriulinn w||l |te luiiuii  ill", |)i|! iMhere Is on pnthusiuHth: rcHpniibe  ill'. CSiuuiihi ,|.)i�� |r> millioiiH cupld very  <iuii'|'"l.y inolt away,  Coiiiifi)l won't ' ho offended, I lmpp,  if J n|so use Hii't"'' |u|.|.u'r uh my regulur  weekly'iiowiipapor column. I lim'rrnxionH  lo roach iiH���ipi��iiy peppju-iiH pos��|hlo with  a|| spuorl, Uoj-el'iilly, Cfumt Chilcotin rbnr|  jdoulH ciu) lionefji'i'roin IIiIh,   : __��� PAUb.s'r. ...PiMMitw, W.P.-  CoiiHi-(.!hllciiiin,  ineiits will iilso  program. Mupof  ipid local coiili'i  year's ihuniigimi  The hulk o  prrigrmn will ho  nipiit, Miinpow  .pnrlme.nl-, Willi  "o involved in thu genainl  il|y>wilh local iniliutivo  il, hiokI if nol all of lust  mlHlnlu.'H can he averted,  Iho Willi) of the yo'iilh  upoiil by Dofenco nopurt-  ji' mill Immigration U��-  innI IIcullli unil Wclfnru  (orliiciiliomil g'rp'hlH) nud the Kihllc Horv-  jpp CoinniiHi'ioii, Tim Hecrelury ol' SIhIu'h  flopiirimonl will sponil .^1,000,000, Of lhin,  whim I ,$7,000,000 will go for irnvul, IiuhUiIh,  Mini |iiiig|ii|gn Irnliiing progrnmn with ii  roijowcil ompluiNlH on l-ommunlly piirllel-'  piilion.  'Apurl from n ilocinion on Hie IiohIoI  progi'imi, motii of Ihnmi progi-ninti IIhIoiI  ho fur do not iliroctly Involvu your conn.  ��li\ I IriiHi' liml. Iiil'onniillrm will ho nuiiio  w|do|y knnwri. to young j>onp|o ��'' 'liul  MiM'y upply im'rly to Miiiipnwor pITI��oh  for^worli, In l|io iull|!In, in- to nthfir ��p-  prnprlnlii iigonnliJN," ,  'I'luiro Ih, liowuviir/''ii',''iiow','pi,riili1li'm  whl'ih i.'ni/'jil linvn iipnllniiiiuii lii um- iu-om,  Tho hullt of H'io Hiii.-rolury of HI'iU��'h ��|>-  proinliil'lon, Homo $ I ll,000,000 Ih fi/r a'  pro/iinm n-i||(ii| OpnorluuilloH fur Vppih.  ����wuJ.I.'l��lii',pri.iKrjiiiiJ.wll|..iitil..,|jr(jv.ulu:j-"h��,~Mt  ovonigo wiign IovhIh for yonng noonln,  Mill,..,with Hie Inlllallvo of vuIuiilPor  ngoiM'iiiii, Jl, i-inr prnvlilo I'hntncial hhnIhI-  iMHiit for public Hi.-rvlce prnJoelH, Till1*-I"  lh��. "i-lM-jtyiigo''or which |hu Prime Mln-  iHlor ttpoltii I,,iiny iii fulling on young,puo-  |Jlo to luiyn lhn "ulniuliMi' miri n'llf rilNolplIno  fo follow Ihroiigh. on llii-lr ��'i:lt|clninn nnd  fiilvlco,"   ���   ���    ���  A  iwiH|ilr'nibio pippimr   of  pmalhH'  priijci.-lii occur ii/ mo, Apihpoliuiinn work  .;_.,-,*���;��� r--fit -������'_-.i..A-r):^:j ������ ��� v;|- �����������.���]_.���������-���. -p- -.,��.^ ;j ...^j.^ ...]f|(;,.^  Mlnlko C, AWorwn P,C.  CMIE>OPflACT0f?  Pah Qlllco ttulldlnq Rp^inp  I'lion. OUS-2333  ��U., 006-232)  TiiMdoy |p ffliiay 10|30 a,m, to Sl30 p,m,  Sotufdaf 9t*Q o.m, lo liOQ p.m.  MODERN  SIGHT H SOUNP  COMPI-fTE ELECTRONIC  btlWICE  T.V. - RADIO - STEREO  SYSTEMS  Philcp pop|cr  Sales and Sorvlco  **   ^  t*'t  *i<  ,U>^"'  \t  Sechelt  fYl  vSeauli  \<  f  IVlWll^SDY APPOINTMENT  **' >J"j6"-y|Vjpqso,|'"TQ'*''*'  Aniiounco Thnl lOn  Tuub(|qyr.April t>l\\  DIANNt ALLtN  (0(S/o;,  Will Join,Our ittnff.  .PinriMo'wIli Im ploubmi |o'nun  now   Irlervls -nrvl  rnnow  oh)  or(|i��olnlanro5 nnij polrnns,  COWItlE STBEPT  PHONE 009-2010  tz^^!'fmytT^  (\ - yr" 0.>trh^^Z^ij^lWmwl&ZSR  *�����HI�����  ^  I'-  J.  M  iu%Zs$��%  t  ���r  t  C|L pqinl/iS the freshest, |bngesl>lqsling ppint Vpm ciqn  huy. In qny price mnsp- Ppcpmsp all tHe p?<Itr8 pre in  the point. Not the price tqg. And sincp CI|L paint (psts  Ipngpr, ypu c|on't hpye to repqjnt ps" pflen. TliPt wpy,  it casts |ess than orclinqry pp|nt, Now (here's qp even  heller price, Yog soorthe more we huy, |he less jj pps|sv  -This-t|mo wo -bought q iriic|<lbac|.' \ -  5p yaij pqp gefCII- fp|nt fpr ps |pvv R^ $49 p gpllon.  Mfcp'pW spppipl whifP' inleripr pPiPljhpi'e' M^pl fpr  ceilings pnd eypp ippftpges.: YpM.c??n tint it top. Pr,  ypM cpngpi PHr vyhitp, r^, pr greep pxjprlpr point  thpt's pprfppf .for, Mtilify MuildindV potfpges pnd  ..fcnping^Cpmeln nVwrpnM-eoye pn-PMr;-*ppciarprices.  Anrf gel ypMrself-pp pyefpl.  ?W��l��liW>|lllll��i^.i>iMJ'W.lW  t w.wf i&Z<tr&i.~-.ten��&MX&- -*=~Ji.-��-JSts-. ���..&-,?  ^-?A?,74r*4AA  _fj \.$'.~rr *^ as,*.. <  CHQQm YOUR CQ\JQ\M IN;    '  % INTERIOR: LATW WHITE  it \mm\QH BfMWWISg WHITE  II I ,  ir mimm tAtw  J     frlcps Kffoetlvp from A|iri| %*%* April Sit2firt  -.,1-,'.-.' ,.,,,, a. , . '.,  ��� '-, ',,,-.--. :,.:::....... .,.���..:.. ,,... 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A  **-M   ������   *   J-    ��|��  'I*1"*        *   ���   ������* f  "���r*'*��'fr-��       ��� ��   r      #-      ��  *    ^ ��   _  - �� �� ^ . i J       Jli ��� s I   *   -  'T, . >      ��� 1 _ . * 0* *  if* _��� "--r.  it,',   'i  1 r  Vv  -*-..'* .1 \ > > <-**.���*' �� -> ���*������*+ *_*'-*'-* "^^'V" \inusi  1  f^^<-QP  t ~rv     ���**  ft-  "v.  ft  ���V'  �� ~ < j��i��-i  . '��� -'*i     M\b \*  * t* *  < \    i   - ��  U  A view from the base of the rope tow  that the Tetrahedron Ska Club moved  ,r   Going Up , ���..  from Garibaldi- The tow got plenty  of use 6n this beautiful Sunday,  Hospital Auxiliary  entertains 65 guests  WELCOME J3.eac'h Community Hall was  filled to "capacity  on  Saturday  evening, March 20, 1971  when the Halfmoon  Bay Hospital Auxiliary entertained sixty-  five   guests  jt  dinner.  In  keeping  with  'the Centennial '71  celebrations, the blue  and   gold   Centennial   theme   was   used  thioughout. The president, Mrs. Queenie  -.Burrows,   welcomed     the   guests,   Canon  "Alan   Greene  pronounced   grace;   and   a  sumptions   turkey   dinner   with   all   the  ti immings  was  served  by  the  ladies  of  the' Auxiliary. The beautiful floral table  decorations   were   done   by   Mrs.   Greta  Joigensen, Mrs. Janet Allen-very gener'-  ously donated the daffodils.  Mr. F. Leuchte carried out Master of  'Ceremonies hi a delightfully informal  ���planner-.- He   paid   tribute   to   this   small  A  Needed Rest  Here Ronnie Haner, Denise Little-  jojhn and Stephen LTttle^ohh take a  moments rest from skiing at the  Tetrahedron Ski Lodge.   ,  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 31, 1971     *  Sechelt Bowling  i-i',  !���������  n  to "'  t.'  ft   '  I  V  At 3800 feet up Mount Elphinstone the  view of Howe Sound gives two skiers  View from the Top  a moments enjoyment, Tl��e mountains in the background are in the  Garibaldi Area.  'L  '   <-\  ���*<i  J0*.    ���*,*  vm  xtS,'*)  f   I  N>-  1  ���a^-  jj  tA|��* ^s      H"  At'fV  * Pi"  frt  *\A^  'f*��l  it  C*i  ����i  '-������  '0  ,~ff,  ^-<.^,^~**-**s,��'vw*'  v,<-  1  I,'  * I  ��    f.  I   I    ill  .Jullli. flUl/'irf,      I iLltl. r'Albl.t'kLlp J) yJ     ,, I    'ij.^j.,   A     ,l _��1*,lh��>��'..L��J����,   -���  'Vir1..1  f:. ,i  A 4*   4 ��i._U-u.v4�� Jm  Going Home  The dayn skiing over, the l!l:yeaiv  old Rrio' Cat prepares for iho journey  down tlie mountain, The Snow Cat  is uHoil" hy the Tetrahedron Ski yiub  lo got from ll)o-.Hnow Ihio lotlio tiki  lodge,  ChoKorinnu. Clmrlln miyti Ihul lh�� mii'v-  iini- him  I'ollisn  no  hurl    in   Ii|h  fnvorilo  I'rliit'o (.}oor|-n  hlKhli np,ot  Hurt  now  ��l.  Oiml  Iwn  wallni'H  huwiro oinih  iiUHlonmr,  group of women and to all theTlospital  Auxiliaries who are working so hard, to  help our St. Mary's Hospital.  i After dinner musical entertainment  yas provided by Mrs; Ruby Hatcher, Mrs,  planche McCrady and Mr. Walter James,  Jiyhich,- judging from the hearty and prolonged applause, was greatly enjoyed. Mr.  Leuchte gave a humorous reading. A  "group "Singalong" and games rounded  out the evening. Prize winners were Mrs.  Lynn Jorgensen and Mrs. Francis Cook.  The dinner was under the convener-  ship of Mrs. Francis Cook and Mrs. Grace  Rutherford and they and their group  were thto.ked. and congratulated for this  most successful and happy event.  Many friends gather  fof?two Jiaby showers  ~T\VQ "baby^showers  were   held   within  Iho. month in lhe beautifully decorated  living room of Rockwood Lodge, the home  of Mr, and Mrs. Gerry Gibbons;  The.'fTi-st   shower   held   February. 24  \ was   to   honor   little   Miss   Nicole   Marie,  daughter of,. Ron und ..ludy Sinr.  It   was  given  by  Mr.s.  Paula  Gibbons  and  Mrs.  Sherry   Ilenke  nod   attended   by  Twenty  guests who brought  the 111 tile one many  heaiitiful gifts,, Gills were also sent by  'four laditW unable to attend,,  '���.'"  The second shower was hold on Miu'ob-  ftn and given by Mrs, Judy* Biro, assisted,  )-y Mrs, Paula. Gibbon-- and Judy's mother,   Mrs,  'MUdi-url  Chambers,   for  tiny  ^isiiJAnn, adorable'duughter of Tom und,  Pnrh    McCourt,    Twenly-I'our    gu^Hts  hroughl lovely gifts, also gifth wor.o sent  liy four unublo to irllend.  On bothioci-iiHions n dainty-lunch was  served by the huntos��tis, The lillilo guesl-''..  of honi'ir wiirir, pussod  froin one piilr'oi'  .unil lo' iinothnr ult'ovoiiih'iL but Houniorl'  lo onjoy it hy sl����l>n��� tho whole ihno,  '���;-'   Alter  neeing  nil  the   wondurl'iil  gll'tri,  It wiih decided thnl- these two young liu-  illori will lie lunong, Iho bent (Ii-ohhwI In  town,  Iiulil prniul yoiiiii" inuthotu' wore ploiir  -iiinlly sui'|)rlsed noil to uiio and all oiler  it very Hhu-ern "ihnnk ynu",  ~by Eve'Moscrip  LADIES hit ' the high scores last week  with a nice .833 by Hazel Skytte, playing for the Commercials followed by Roger Hocknell with 793. For the same  team, Caulen McQuaig hit 760.  Other scores:  Sechelt Commercials; George Hopkins  280, Lii Butler 297, Cauleen McQuaig 285,  296 (769), Haze) Skytte 316, 269 (833),  FruiiU 'NovchV-^a,!^ 335  Theft under $50 nets.  Ihiriy day jstil term   :  CO-OPERATION  between  the BCj!   TeU  ephone "Compuny, and RCMJ* fesulted  m the an est of James Snider and Robeit  J  Beck, of Pavis Bay on charges of theft *���  under   $fjQ   involving   telecommunication .  seivices *  The pair appealed in court Match 33  bafore .Judge   Charles   Mittelbteadt   -"nd  "entered guilty pleas to, making a number  of long distance telephone calls and using  random numbers foi  bulling -purposes  Snider was sentenced  to  thirty days  in jail and Beck was iem.anded in custody  pending pte-sentence leport  Resulting fiom a police check   Wald-  emai Dahl was chaijed--Ma ^ PtJ duv-  tng while his blood con -\ iOd-*rioie than  08 pet cent alcohol Bieathalvzet teadmg  showed 16 He entered a piea of guilty  and was fined $300 His driving licencce  was suspended for  one month  Kenneth Wat man of Powell Rivet was  artested at Davis Bay Maich 19 following a routine check and charged with  driving- while impaired. Breathalyzer  showed a reading of\13, He was fined  $300 arid his licence suspended for one  month. ���        -  Charged with impaired driving March  16 after a breathalyzer test showed a reading of '17, C. Richter of< Roberts'Greek  was also fined $300 with a one month  driving suspension.  Appearing in Gibsons court March 17  Linda Carole Montgomery faced-a similar  charge and was ..fined $50. For a second  offence of driving without a driver's licence she was fined $25.  Resulting froni a motor vehicle accident at the Gibsons S bend March 20,  Gerard S. Owens of Gibsons was fined  $300 and a one month driving suspension.  Property damage was approximately $350.  Breathalyzer showed a reading of .23.  Philip Lester Joe of Sechelt also appeared in Gibsons and was placed on a  one year suspended sentence with conditions, following a charge of being unlawfully in~a d\|elling house. Charge arose  when police,-Were called to a house near  the   Peninsula   Hotel   and   arrested   Joe*  t  near the home.  .-ii  (793), Ena Armstrong 270.  Ball and Chain: Roger Hocknell 741,  Manford Cook -625, Trish Bitting 616,  Laurie tyantala 634, Rudy Crucil 615, Carl  Kohuch 624, Eve Worthington 700, Al  Lynn 670, Phyllis Handford .615, George.  Derby 683, Esta Berry 633.  , Mixed 10 Pin: Dorothy Rodway 181  (341), Gordon McCourt (333), Allan El-  li-h^gsen  177.  Tuesday Ladies: Vera Adams 329, 258  (762), Rose Robins 250 (615).  Ladies Matinee: Betty Powers (622),  Hazel Skytte (609). March 17, Hazel  Skytte (6.99), Erla English 250.  Pender Harbour: John Divall (638),  Craig M<.-cQuity (728), Lena Pound 256.  Juniors: Wayne Phillips (340), Debbie  Nestman (262), Kelly Bodnarek 155", Larry Benner. 171, Craig Ifadway (215), Barbara   Wilson    HSR,   Tom   Creighton    171,  Lorri Nestman I7fi, kponirj'd Paeo if>4,  Seniors;-     Darcy     Stepbansoh (526),  Cindy  Steele   176,  Andy  Anderson (553),  Charlaine H'wIolph-lSa.  Gibsons police report a check is presentlyunderway  in  the outside area  of -  Gibsons for~r974- trades -litJtmt-t  for unlicenced dogs.  TOTEM CLUB  F&BDAYS, 8:00 p.m.;  INDIAN HALL *  _h_  Jackpot $300      j  .i''f$?S^O,rf.���}|>.-.^-������.���'������. ��� ������ j  i? DOOR PRIZE ir t   1  0*00000000000*0*000000*0000000000000000000*  IMMMWIIIIIMMWIIBIIIMIIIIWIMIWI'IIMMI''^^  T  We regret any inconvenience that our  moving may have caused our customers. We tire  still in business as we settle in to our new  premises on NORTH ROAD,  ANTIQUE MIRROR & TILE ELTO,  (FORMERLY GIBSONS GLASS)  WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPEMBNG  ��IM��l��ll��ll(>w����Mll��WWIllinWMlWIIH����lll^^  uiiuiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiuininiupiiiii  iiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii[ii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  ,       Downhill Rflcor ,    .  ...  llbro ono of Iho ir)t-ml)��>'H of iho Tetra*    agnhiHt thu clock, mid other mumlwi'ty  'hudrou Hkl Cluh nm!,dum   hlimmlf   |i,i a lihii; run. ;   ,.  Bring Tho Wholo Family , ���  ���k     ir     -A-  OOt  J___J_-_.  7T       n '��� i   ir  ^Saturday, April 3 ������ 6 p.m. fo 12 midnight  "AT THE ' "��� "  '   VILLAGE  CAFE   Cowrie>��etf Sechelt  BY RESERVATION ONLY; PHONE 885-2325  ICI  ^^_��_���po^gCrhlv^___!. _.  |a Plon-Jocl "Co Announce) llio A|)|ii>lrvlmonl  v,'' '     A '  ��� ���'  '    ,     oi  . ...'. ..  .. . .  /:  Zmr, ben SIMON-FAW  JUfi  ^ZA>Rh  ill J I       ��*.  ^A^Wt.v u>'mA !Am'  Vink'*'{ l'i i ^'�����f�� 'a : '#4;  j't��,\} * <t-,v "ft'  # *i ���!'"' r.,n��  ns-Snlos RoprnsanlntiVo for llio Socho'll Ponlnwiln, frir |)arw)na||/����l  sorvlco Jrop In on Hon (al Conllnonlnl Colffi#r��s'���TrnM Hoy Shopping  Contra) nr -call 005-2339 .(tlqya), Hfili-2-163 (mat.,) for dll your Iroval  . ' n'optf-",      '  plaivui),AloblM.inVCruluu-ilii^.!a.iivtmGrr.li,fui^ .li.'ffili  :|��2/t),0()'������ Uvn youijcll ri |i)ii>uK; rein*, onjoy llln u lllllo! f-scurhjuii'.,  A  (iup��j.iin T<iin>, liimily Mini Group Tnival, Pay Uilor Pluuu,  ��� ft1  i ' ii , , . *  T  WE CAN PUT If ALL TOGETHERl  CALL OS ANY TIME  SECHELT  885-2339  885*2463  (days)  (ovoq,)  POWELL ..RIVER  ' '485-24^1  0naFaiu4>aCiQrt&  ON THE OPENING  1  OF THEIR NEW STORE  '''"*i*" "���'     ' ���'���" ''" '*��� -"' ' - ���   ��� = '* ',f ������   '������  t  IN THE1  RICHTER BLOCK, SECHELT  ntnfvnuiui"^^  ��� JWU8i|WiwWM^MJt>��iiii|W^W'!��'lW  LUMBER a RUILOlNa SUPPLY LtD���  Gibsons  -'   . - *       i ���       '  ii p M ��,�����< 'H'����m��W)^��-��Byw������i'iii ��� > mm i  1000000/4010,  f  I  i  .'  "-    *<��**����"*���  <  &&^T-^-*s^j&��&**! ^rAL- "AJA^r&%^ *V4  The Peninsula Times page D-5  Wednesday, March 31, 1971  Isabel writes...  ���from the Legislature, Victoria  THERE hns been much cHsc-fission lately,  on   [ho  Mibjecl   oi   Teacheis'   Pension  Plan bone-Ids ny"Riit|sh Columbia  Tn sol tint" up any pension pitin ti must  be borne m�� pund that the ies.fi|ts musl  be  I an-    lo  all   It  realized  nuist    *.*.    .* ���,�����,.. *,  ^ that    un ' employer  pi * n    government  that   ptovides pensions on Us employees. ���   promises     to jfa'^^g  mpke    such    pay-  f^l  jtients in tlie future pk  but incuts"lhe liability when it makes  lhe ptotTtise���and if  L,  that lact is not let-   t&  ognued it is acting   ;'  inespnnsibly \kMH  The  Bntish  GovBinment is one ^*^^^S^  ot  art ing  iesponsi- TO'"���   -"' '"***���'  bility    in fmancmg  pension plans   When proinisesi are made  by   slatute,   the' responsible ' government  . of the day. should provide an annual con-  ���   tribution  promise will be honored on maturity  . "'Looking at the history of teachers pen-  ,,   srori Titans in British .Columbia since 1929,  there   have  been  three  distinct   pension  plans in operation.  In 1029 provision was made for rec7  Qgnitkin of past service to a limited ex--..  , tent, namely, twepty-five. dollars pet-  year for a maximum of thirty years of  past service. The assumption was made  at that time that pensions'could be provided at no cost to the taxpayer and  future service benefits wore based on  the money purchase principle.  By 1940 the fpnd was considered to  be insolvent and was completely, revised?  based on the philosophy that the teacher's share of the ultimate pension should  be dir-actly related lo his own contributions 'a'ccumtiluted with interest.. The government's share of the pension should  be related to years uf service only, and  should nol be related' to salary:    ���:  Tlftriirth-ti-w-tHttttiuily, oi- lowhor^pa"^  tion of the benefit, was financed entirely  by teacher contributions of four per cent  of salary. The service pension portion of  the benefit was financed, by government  contributions of seven per cent of salary  - and teacher's special contributions of ope-  per cent of salary for a maximum of twen-  ���ty_y��iixa^.._   w,q^v^v-v-jJ~v  pf -",11. *"l- m *~*^"j; \ *"  /  ^^���^���s  �����'��ifl"-.v;'��'w;n.>y^iiy y '*��< ti'wt!^"^"1,";***1*1^'"���  ��r,w  iihi|im" wil"1  it'��������/*  1 '   ,   i  Pender Community Club schedule .Card Wight  PENDER Harbour Community Club held  a card social evening on -February 19th  With an aUendqnpe of thirty-pne, resulting ip thiee tables, of Bridge, two Gap-  asta and .three tables of Orih    ,  4s yel there h,%YenH hpeh" enough  canl playeis interested in Vt/hiSt games  bi|t peih-'pA theie are some groups who"  wpuld^ like \p maUti \\\x a party pf WhM  payers, and come put tP the Community  mi   /   - -  Mare people, are npede4 to, attend it  these Evenings'aie to be -continued..  ', %xt' Car4 Night will bc^held. oh Friday, Ap,iil 2nd a'�� 7.3P p.m. in. the Cpm-  mjinity Hall. Bridge players please* contact- Tvtii ��arhai-a Bird, at BB3-2412 ' ,  CJppie out toll's! Evei'ypne ts welcome  ia  ���i*!i  J MRe-aotjon < - t '  '���sSn"i2hr0todenaBSfrTatCthe   Bringing up energy re-infQrcements   Whiting. Mary Gill and; Jac-quie   chocolate for l|ie wele-iine -s iya;<k��  fpr two Cub Packs and their fathers,    Sahwwat prepare a mountmn of- hot. which hrcjught the annual fattrer^ft  4A.--inei]h'li��^;^aiia Fr^dei'ie|c^3ue   "db^sV'th an ample supply of htft    son. night',to ^'satisfyipg'eonpli^dii.  \  1  $i.<84 DAZE will happen the Firsft Thursday, Friday and Saturday <*f every moeitBi  at Campbell's Variety. This is the First!  tSSt  mS��3  <"u  \  i       .  V.  m  '*i> \  By 1950, the fund had reached a position where consideration could be given  to an increase in the service pension form-  _irla^_QiL.a reduction in contributions, and  in 1951  the government contribution was  redueted  to six  per  cent of  salary  and  the active teachers' contribution was in- .  cteased   lo  six   pet   cent   of  salary   (five  pet cent foi Retirement Annuity, and one  per cent for service pension)  The servrce  pension   fpirpiila   was   increased   by   ap-  , prpxpTiRtply thirty.-fivq^pcr cent. The in-  ��� Please was t-pplipc* ,'n wMv*" Ppd retired  teachers, 1- '     -   --i-  Over the next pihe years this pattern  continued arjd in 195"1 service pensions  increased 35% and ops! approximately ,$J  milliop. Increases of 50% in 1952, 20%  in 1057, and 30% in 19(10 brought the cost  up to approximately %fi million, with provision for long service teachers being made  in 1954, These changes were accomplished after joint discussions wilh government  and teacher representatives.  Ip , 19110, both sides agreed l.hut lhe  basic phi'n'sophy of- pension determinant)!) should he changed to one in which  J ho amount of tuiliiry niid years of service  Kholiirl directly offect ���tho amount of I'he  ponsion' benefit, At this lime both sidciji  were aware of thej'tic! IhllLuftiier,'lhia_  philoHophy. more of the iWnilieH of l|iu '  J''und vvonl'l lie required lo finance.future  pensions reliiled lo salaries \\\vl less of  lite reviinuoH would he nviillahlo for Iho  iidjiiHlmont of exist ing pensions,  In HHKl llio, Plan was inlegniUnl with  Ihu C-iuudii PopHipn Pliin and l-fiiml'lli- for  hnlll  aclivt)  and   rellretl  uniploynuH worn  Improved wiih int-roiiKCH of i:i% io'w%  n|-ft noHt of- $11,000,(100. " ���'  Ip 101(11 |hori) were Iiku-oiihoh iivnrnn-  lug 20% - i|l a tion'1 of nppi'iixliniiiuly  $7,000,00(1, nml'llig a lolul cunt nf lirtT'nimiK  I'ur penHioin-'i-H iiii'llio-io opuiiHiiin-i in iixronn  of ^:i,(ioo,ooo, i  i In KKjii, iho iwo p��r ciinl t\{ finnl miVi)-  liii(n foi'iniilii, whicli hud boon Hi" hhl'iit-  llvo for mivnrnl yoiii-H, wan imnohud, Tlm  poiiHi(ini)i;H us a group, found tlioinmilvoH In  a profflrml pdsltini) coippariirl will) nny  Hliullur group in Ciipndii, wlillu ilm uuilvn  luuclHirH (.'oimlderud Diolr plllmnle hoiiufilH  Inl'iirjor lo iliiimi'of muny other iiIiidh,  fin n ��� ��� ���       f .  ��� ���  Action  It was Cub b shouldei-power versus  the dad's knee-power when^each side  was out to take the wind put qf balloons suspended frorn belts 'at <CHr-  spps a and B cub Packs Father ^o^1  Son night. Winning pair is pictured  on the far right in one .of the garries  which worked up an appetite for  fshppejl, ���________^____   be made cloar that this amP'int includes ��  many i-cpsians where |.he length of service was short. At lhe present time, about  '15 per cept of those teachers pow pn  pension in' British Columbia, completed  less (hah. 30 years pf sei-yjce.  Ip Otis province a wido\y rpceivos a  pension priiuil ip amonnt hi the pension  thai would huvo hee|i graplefl to |mth her  'husband nnd horse If if h<i had ret��red on.  the day pf-hiB death", Jp p)ppy ot|iei- prpy-   in<M^,.i]i<L'-A!Jd.(iw,sJ)fihent..l'iJ-nly fifly per  cent of t|ie husband's earned pepsjpp, ,;\  British Columbia liecamq the leader  Ip providing interest op refijpds pf ppn-  siop moiiiefi, The ienchPi-H plan now Pro- <  vldos pot-only p full refund of eihplpyee,  cfinlrihlltions, but1 interest pp those epp-  iiibn|ioni! at tlio I'lilo of ,||irpo per cent  from Iwo |o |on yours of florv(no, und four  percent after leii ytiip-s of servicer, must  other, provinous .pruvlilf! less, nr no interest  til all,.  The Bi'IMhIi Cniiimhia qpyornmpnt e'ni-  ployn Iho mirvl��i��m of ope tif f|io ffirpiTiPs.!.  nclunrloH, on tho (,'ni)l|i-en!( f3, Rnkler,  Ii'.HiA-,,' H'Al.A,.,. in oiiHiire that |ho pension nlijecilvoH iiro niftl, ' ���   ���  .Mr, Kuliilor hIiiI'jh iiporjulvo'tiTjIily ||int  any limroiiMii In liunnfliH will rpipilre grpul-  or oniployiir oiiDirlliiitioim, lnvolv[tii|( inoro  ���Inxeti I'roip injfpnyors nnd |ie ernphiislsitH;  llinl piiimioiiH du cost piopey, linprovi)'.  m'unlH tu ml uvop ipiorp nnd llm|. Ihocosl  l^r-7  "^^ *  '     '*.L  V "A-  ���#     *    ^^  j.:  ���I  /*  >���  Zy^$   f*"A  \ ���-  S * ' J*  "!-v.-; :.t A/  ���    "r      ��irZ '...'..-..���. -}si��  ti.J^iVf'Vd'-.'.1'. M-if'��-  Welcprne  m  #?  Shnwing , llieir    a^precinlion    to A'l Honqpel; Mr, ���-Policy naasef} all llio  Pelky wbo is �� tremendous help to tpsts in fine style which won.him ti  Hihsons \}, Pnek, the (-nbsdeeidiJiitQ.,, warm handslnuu-'-'of^ojeorne lo lh��  inifinlo him nl Ihn ]<Ww and son1 Pn^k. " *���  In tho liixpnynr )s nn liihorent fimlor ip  ThoHi! of nn who are mpp.ypud .wllli'    "'l.v  ponnlop  Imiirovemupt plan,1   ,  IukIiioIh, Know Ihul nioiiey ,H|'iepl fpr iliiu Tlpi iinli|iiry Iihh poipltiilniit tlm! pvory  imrpoNd i'iinno|, ho hsnd it Hticiind Umu, No 'lullnr tiiiiilr||iu|ed by n Umchcr npiHl, I it)  IKipitluii |iliin cup provldii hnlll!)- |ii,!||{i||Im iihiiiI for llio hoiinfit of llinl |o|u.-||tir nnd  Ihun nllior plniiR for nvnry. uvnpi wllli- " "iin ^Ihh; "lllior In the fiirin ��if a ppn-  ui'il linvliig ilm lil/di'iiH (itinii'lhiiiliin ruin K'" "���' " i'"hni<l, Mvop whom u pension  of nil, Tlm (illgllililly nnd hnnnlH  provl-     ^ [{I'liillnil  llloi'o  in  mi  ovorrldliiK  giuir-  '"filnn-i tnr,-n���ponRlnn'-plnir'nior��iy'rnPl>i'>i>ir'Viii�����^tf-o''f?nrrJV*n^y^p|nnrnxonp^,���'���fo^4t|^0'���'������^l^^":r''"  lhn rtivopium iiiiiuiiii Hm |innli'||')iiloi7i nud     id" III'" plan, Mini,Iho mlnlpiurn |ip-pnp|.  foiiipoi- fiinirlliiiitirH,  fliidnr n i'J i in I nverngn onnilnuM plmi,  I'oiilriliiiliiin rn'loH nre uiiluliliiiliini in m-u-  vlde ihe- iinriofiiK pf Dim plmi,, imiicil on,  flimj nvi)|'ii/��ii ������ni'iilu/iH, Any i-hniifpi In  iivorinilPK pi-Hod, -Hilary <i*!|l|nn, onrly  rnllrupuipi liniiofiin, nr hcnnl'llii for |ion-  nioii(Tivr<rf-ii|r"H n I'liiTOHpoiidinitliicreuHo   il'',1!1','!"1, ..h-n'.'lnirn 'in l|i|n prpvlpun, iiopoin  ill   liPllll'illlllillllH, ,  The hill'proVldtiK IpcroitHOH for pop-  iiiui)(tr-i iiimI uii'llvti tiiiiploymiM fiiiiiiicnil by  mid Ip nr op hiilinlf of ||iii|,'t(iiin|iii|< j-rfnsl  in llm iiiriiDiiiliilnil vnlim ol" l|iii;loiii!|uir'-i  own <iiniiiiliiil|oiiH wilh liiloromin full io  tlio dnli} nf rPliremepI,  In   iiuiiiiiiiiry)   Um  prliuilpliiH  pf" Ihln  bill iiiii Hint  llmm nliould  dp .Improved  rollrooi'Mil   lioiicfllH  for   all   unlive - iipd  inlillllnliiil ���|(uvi|'i-|ii)miil  nonlrlhiiIInim,  Aiptln, I wilti|d fiiiiphnHlico liml lii n|-  IiiiiiiIIiik ((ti'vornmnni coiilrllmlloiin bn-  Iwiuiii lieimfllH for iiclivo ii!u.!||��i|-H liml  niflrod innnlpirn, iIIm�� roHiill iiihhI Im fn||  In nil, ,rio puipnlou pliin over (piuvlii��i/i  oiniiii'h in I Im: wiry of hmmllln lor nvory  lionirlhiiininihrt ponfilnnnivpniiliiiiliii'iy ftlr  I Initio will) /ihorl Horvlnn ond lliono rojli'ln/'  onrly.    ....  i  In fioiim prpvlpco/i Jhoi'H Inn policy'  ml' ">* good poiiHlon, or none nl nil,'' Tirol  In to nay llinl Ji'iuimnt niprlio a lopg p'-|~  ind of Hciviri' lo i|iin)ily luy n pciifiou,  li lui!" |i|tii pan nr tin* pollry of ihn  Bililiih (1iiliiii)liin"(lov<'i'Piimi)l lo /(iniil  , pi-'psiop-i hi IoiicIm!)") will) t<-��) ,Y<'i'ln of  n��|'v|��-o,- tiven lliough tlpi peiiHlon mrty ho  iimitll, Clnlipn hnvMbnon ipuiUi mi ip llio  uvunn-jo p-ipwlon In HiHIhIi Colu'mhli) |��o-  Inil Jn��t '.'v��i" ty\,U.ili |>oi' yaw linl ll nlionld  ��� . T  pUnliiui ny:  11 rtiiiiii-ing iip) nvoriigiPK porlpilfrop)  Um lili'lmm hm ytinrii pf onruli>f<n |o Iho  lilMlio-il -jtivnn yimm pf iiurnlngn|  (��) iho ipippvifi of ilm ikiiiiiik on imntrl*  Iniliiry or |)iiiiN|oiiii|)l(! nnrnliign;  '    H) Iho 'iwo per i-iinj, ,-iniu. nnplleH ip  nil mirvJiip |o irpiiiKlpium pf ,l|i(r|y.f|vi-..  yonpH; ,' '     .    . ',',���,;,,,;,:.;:,;,���,  'I) conlrlliiillopH nfior llilrly-flvii yimm  -ni-ttilifii-iiiitlniitrdrnrrlpi'iinflprt!     " " "  '  ,.fi) np'roiliiciliip nir onrly TPilr��'meiH.  for long ticrVlcri Itonnnors; ',  <\) mi  imroiiH  Ihu hoard  Jnereni-o for;  imllrotl IdiiiiIidi'm nnd llmlr wlvmi or.wld  own,  THTri)iinnr<iftiif(!ir��pviTiHniJiii lw)U-\'-'  ImiIImiin |����(w<>'!|i'*��aiv�� It-ni-ht-nv find  N"!"'  iIh-iI Imuimiir in u'wuy wliich in fair to;  llmm nnd lo llm hixpiiyeiM of thin pmv-  . hx.'o,   ,.,.'.'    ;. ,. ,    ..,.,.,..  Al llm Hnipt) llipo, llur��'ft��H!hflr-|- I'^n-:  itloii Minn In BiIUhIi fjpinp|hiit( w||| rulo  llm Imnl Ip Cnuiidn,  p  ��� Mr. Aln^yorll������������!  T li a �� a ��dyfli��|Unu  fpaeet ar* r*al t>qr-  pp|n�� far yon, Sold op  contrmcl only, For dn*  rail* on havr It i|frct*h  your oilver-lilno dol-  p��k fsr uptl-liil da  reMi.  All "Thu jj��rPfllnl" produnisnin qunlliv fliiiiranteorl,  ,;       nnd ni-iiy ih') wtnl p| i|ipi||iy nppiov.il, "ihu l.nv  PiilnV    is-  |<   flcM-i|ii|i|liy   liHlipiml   |irpftii.��|o|iul  dwmr��l'-r liMUl'd of pnlpl. Ypu would uxpunl lo puy a  """"jli-iiiijiiiiii ,*|iii��V��~fiii,'''illl'f*,oVi'isMriilincr.,"'|i<i��lit/,hur  liuRiiii-iUi wu ipadir'ii,' |i|ttt for you, ijiu'iioipuli'iviur,  you'll find jtHMfMcilviiiy prlRO'l, R��y 'Miv" now hy  ilm i|iitirrr hy dm |-i��!!pp. P^lnt pp lh'�� hW��dy <-f  ''l.iiv. 191  "   ';-g��iyirffrffMppBpgCT  Ak , rt , \,  TRAIL BAY HAHDWARI WD,:  ,   i       '      ', ,        , i ��� i    ,. i i, -  3pcbelt Phono 3f3(5-p6Z8  ��� ���* .'.'*-j  t.%  . ft?  ^"Sj  *.��*���!  v>  1-4  EjhJ13i��JimJ  (jampkelt!* .umiet  <0��V*tf��v">^  <_:���  PEAtfEfl  -.'t �����  avwiu  liiilliin  �����i  m  - .1  '���-i  > -r  0   SLf*.*'*,     *     ^    *^  *��� ^;.'",  ^ 0.0. 0. 0 AA��^*MK**A^4I m0.0.+.��r-0**.0.0*0��****0*0* 0*0*0*0*0**  K^.0. 0l\A0\^J*. 0 AAA^lA/ A.* * f. m 0.^ .  ���>^.^^s.��^^. AA>>>> " f  Ir.  '*'!*: Federal scheme . ., y,        "U     ..__-,  ��� -  "--1 ��� e���  ^employment insurance ac  proposals raising protests  SECPELT pchopl Board will add Ufi'vojae"   .government  the decision  on whether  a    I  to  the   growing    stream   pf    protest    teacher has been jtistly or unjustly tVred  Page B-6        -'The Fwilnwlq*TMfr      WectoWqy.MjWh %\i W\  111! ������11.11   ���.IH.II.B.; ���   -���   ���l<l|llfW���ll-|~ ������    !��� ��������� ��� ���������   ���������II   *������������������   H.1|���I|._IWI'MH ���1���   ������      ������      ���        .j,    1   .1   I 1   1      J,   I   .   !���     "���It"'ll   ���   ]�����IIIWIH"   ��������������I     I    "111      �����!   H.I  1 aroused by the Federal Government's in  ti'pductioi-, of a pew unemployment insurance act which includes teachers as contributors: for the first time.  B.C. Teachers' Federation, B.C, School  , Trustees   Association  and   the  Canadian  School Trustees Association ^fe protest-    cii  ing the pew act which'.received its fii-st 0f- earnings occurs* thus defining' the  reading on March* 10th. length of the school year,.  ...    JV *��* newsletter   BCT? Pre?- _,aeoiion>4l gives:tlxe federal goVem-  ident Jim Kdleen ppmts ppt. that SPhPpl n % ^ aMthority to decide if a teacher  .boards- will beRequired.. ^ -?w^aB.(i^:4-VP^tI^eci-' m quitting his job or if a  year  for  each  tocher" a^ the ,mppey.     ^  board   was  justified .in  firing  a  from his job ftpd give'' the federal author  ity the responsibility to. define a wording  day or working \veelc- for teachers and  to determine the beginning and end oE  a "stoppage of work"      '.  ���Under Section 50, the federal government will rule when an interruption  .will come from taxes raised fay educa  tion in the provinces.  School Boards in British Columbia will  be required ..tP pay $2 million a year .tp  the Federal Government as employers'  premiums for unemployment insuranqe  for teachers.  Sechelt School Board will send a letter of protest to. Cqast Chilcptin MP Paul  St. Pierre.  Discussing the matter, trustee Agnes  Labonte wdpdered what the situation  would be with regard to summer employment of teachers. Secretary treasurer  Jim Metzler said that a teacher's contract  is for one year but paid in ten installments. ��� v  NEWSLETTER  BCTF Newsletter states further:  "We don't think school district revenues should be diverted to support a national security measure. Tax dollars for  education are hard enough to come by    lasl year's total of $1,661.  in   this .province,   and   putting   monies While  the  Christmas  Seal  campaign  raised for education to another use jurst set its target this year at $430 thousand,  doesn't make sense. A guaranteed minim- president C. W. Doodson, B.C". Tuber-*  _ u"-Q__niC��me_^nd_ajL.effective manpower culosis-CJinstmas Sea] Society, sponsors  counselling and retraining programme  would be more effective in solving the  teacher. ���' *,  .���If a teacher loses his job because  of a labor dispute, he will not receive  benefits until the labor dispute is ended,  according to Section ,44.  School board contributions from other  -provinces to th"e~unemployment insurance  scheme will be: Newfoundland $521,709;  P.E.L ��110,496; Nova Scotia j|87iy��0^New  Brunswick $648,500; Quebec $5,656,700;  Ontario $8,922,890; Manitoba $1,041,725;  Saskatchewan $987,582; Alberta $1,922,319.  Christmas Seal Total  exceeds last campaign  CHRISTMAS  Seal  campaign* *in  Sechelt  has gone over the top by $310. Campaign books closed on $1,971 compared to  of the campaign stated: "We are extremely grateful to British Columbians for their  problems of the "poor and unemployed outstanding support, which will mean the  than the Unernpk"yt!nent Insurance pro- Society will meet with 1971 planned programme." gram,   with   minor  rebudgetting  of   cerr  Teachers are  not  opposed  to looking     tain projects."  after  the unemployed,  but  believe such Programs such as Operation Doorstep,  help should come from taxation, not from"   the mobile\chest X-ray van which travels  insurance premiums/ " thousands' of   miles   each' year   in   B.C.  Killeen saidUiat a "particularly ft'igh-   jsegltjjTgjHijjjnknowr- cases of tuberculosis  i-'  Uf/ ' _yi,  " - >: -' m\h$  \ '       J '   *   -. u'l  -���-���   *       \ ��_��� -'"*  " A \ '* /   I  A. *--*.?    )���  >,v-v��  ./-"N  S  "*   -.�����       St.    ��� *"T>  N  j_��w   '_.-    . >        v-,-���*!.N.  Indian craftsmen work  on Centennial Project  FQR many years tho Spehelt Nation^wajSv  lepowned fpi   its piowess ip atWeti,c  activities upd still t-lkes, a place of pudp  -n thb Mainland Snpeei Lecigue  Chief Henrv Paull letalls the lime  whep Sephelt Waruois held the ohampr  ipnship in tribal canoe lacing AfAftcit  tirpe thpy laced in a dugout canoe named  "St MlPhael", and now the second St.  Michael ts taking shape in the Sec-hell  {ndian Vl'iage lis pi ogress, is being Wat  ched eageily by eveiyono apd hopes are  al-ea.t-jy lunnipg high that Sechelt War-  liots will once again Urke pait in open"  ppmpeljtion in Noilly Amei ica  , The pidject it, being financed ftdni  the Provincial Gpveinmept's Fpst Cit/^  ens Fund and is'helping to revive-a craft  whijCh was in aVangef of being - lost fou-  ev$\\ '     .        -      '  .  Tvyo canoes arevbeing built, both Pf  different design. The firs'tC named Miss  Secjielt is designed, after ones used for  hunting and was built under the super-  Vision ot Mi Reg PapU. The second tighter racing canoe will be supervised by Mr.  Dave Paull Both are fifty foot in length  and a huge building to house them is  -nearing completion. ?  MM�����P  1 , i-  mm  SEC^flT THEATRE  ��� ���������-- '-.'pjSgSgN^.-'-'H/''  - ?  *  7-,  m  \iH  preclorick Combs, qpcl. L'*0nprd Fray.  :��� .eC)L@R 7:eART0pN ������       -  Sttprfsi 8 p,m. Out 10 pm,  Friday, Saturday, Mqpday,  ^ April 2# I. ojitj 5  ��M��iuvuu��niuTnjuuM����iwi��nnnnn��nf����'w����vfti��tvnl(  COMING SHOWS IN ORDER  "Marooned"  "Plaque of the Z6mbies"  J^_Q_H_____________j|__^^  tenlhg" aspecTbTthe leglsTatibrTwas ^that  the federal government is now taking  over many of the decisions in education,  a field exclusively that of the province  under the BNA Act,  '"'"s:;''Arabng"therrK      "'"-'���   ���Section 58 transfers to the federal  and  other  respiratory  diseases,  research"  grants, health education and contributions  to health centre construction and expan-.  sion, all receive support from the annual  Christmas   Seal   campaign.  In Sechelt  the Christmas  Seal  committee chairman is'Mrs. Faye Lewis.  Racing Canoe  Workniff on the fifty foot racing canoe    ii^ forward tn see.int' ths ynnng SppH-  which may on.ce again bring fame to elt men taking their place in open  the Sechelt Nation as did its prece^ competiition in dug-out canoe racing,  dessor the first   St.  Michael,    Mr. Mr. Dave Paull will be in charge of  Andy Johnson has to work, with in- carving the St. Michael. This Centeiv^*  tricate precision on the massive Red .ni^l project is being-financed from-.--..  .Cedar log. Chief Henry Paull is lool^ the First Citizen's Fund.  CHlSTiRFiiLP SUITES  1 ITALIAN ROVr GOLD  Reg, $499.95 SALE  TCOLORWINT  Reg, $399,95 SALE  OUR LATEST SUITE IN  HERCULON FABRIC SPECIAL SALE  BARGAINS THROUGHOUT THE STORE  Ot  St APFLSASS9CIS  Z0��M7M7m  ���J  |:  !  COFFEE BREAK  6 oje, ��� ^.  DUTCH  OVEN  20 \b.^  {ViALIilN'S  48 oz. .___  (VIALKIN'S  48 oz.   >*-r? .  ENERGY  14 oz. __  MALHIN^S  7A oz,..:._..  BETTER BUY  DOT WEST SULTANAS  2 lb. pkg. _.   WALNUT!  DOT WEST  8 oz. ____���  BETTER BUY  I  lb. pkg. _���_._  l���  AAA'  SEVEN FARMS  3 IM.    ._  m   CALKIN'S     ���������-  [q   Sweetened, 48 oz.  BETTER BUY  50's '  <  > "r ��.,  ���gL*>  ?:l  t ^  h,lll^^ffilll^MllllWilW*IIIIWII^^  '      ' '  (FRESH FROZEI  Zl  6 Bb. to 14 lb.  ���  ���  ���  i ���'  GRADE  fA  ��WM  \W>A  t  SIRLOIN TIP or  BONELESS  CANADA CHOICE or GOOD  Ln��  or MIXED VEGETABLES  FROZEN PEAS ��0���*I�����,)  RASPBERRIES  i-raser vale, is  oi.  SESAME BREAD white >r brown, io .z.  BANANA LOAF baked in store  PRICES ErF^TIVEiifHURS^ SAT.r APRIL 3rd  �����*   HAWAIIAN  IT      "^ ��� ���'      ���'������ -  K-i   IMPORTED  __ _. ������,���.���.:...,. _, _ L ._.  CALIFORNIA, Crispi Bi Groon  i  MM '  V ��� '      !*'  ...U.,.-A -.-��-\  H>.  V  J  c  1  d )a,  j  r     Jt  A  Phon- BSS-2025  linclio.  {TRAIL DAY CENTRE - SECHELT j   -  m%-m%% Bakery 885^08%Z Mmr Dept.  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