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The Peninsula Times Apr 7, 1971

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Array / Is  ', I  'I'��'  V  N.  Water-Zaud fax * ��� .  Al/TftQt?CrIJ water systems ure gpn*"rally  consicleVed tp be self-j|qui4atin'- assets,  indip-itipns qfe th��t the $nn*ihjnejQ^i  Hegional Board's" finanwl snn$tPft l'i  sviph that the nPwly imposed $40 land  tax on an average lot is not UkS-Vy tg be  reduced-     '   " '        ���".-..   :.'.''.'.' ,;���   ���.  fetter froni��� the Board secretary, ti-ga&u  Wm. tn a rpctil cpniplalnaift staT^a-'^IJil  cQ-nimittee's recommendation to the Boftrd*  is thai the present?rate structure I'siTf-un  unchanged a| this time. ,     '.-'-.""'.  "Jlatfe*" and charges will,- Always be;  subject to review and, as ih.e utility de*  velpps, and it is developing very rapidiy,  it may l��~htfpossible to reduce the land  charge".  ���    .  At last regular meeting of the Board,  water committee chairman,  Lorne  Wol-  vertftii. re.pprting   on  a  meeting ,of _J"is  -committee stated: ���-������������,���  The CdmmiUee noted the various letters apd petitions received by the office  and particularly those submitted to the  Board  at our last  regular meeting.  All of these expressed great distress  over the water rate, particularly singling  out the "land charge". A number pointed  oitt problems or peculiarities of their  particular circumstances. However, the  committee has not found alternate solp-  tionj or rate structures that could satisfy  the niajority of people affected and yet  bring into tlie Water Authority the necessary funds to support our indebtedness...  The committee is of the opinion that  lhe major prpblem is a lack of understanding by the general public of the  principle behind the 'lu.ser rate" and the  "land rate" and a" failure to accept the  increased costs we have all experienced  over the last few ygai-s; While attempts  weje made at Board meetings to explain  changes; ip costs and tlie rate strpctijie,  i| is  plear thjt these  explanations  c-id.  .,'npV vpiplV flip pubiljc. A rripre .-concerted  Spryino the sunshine Cpqstriliewp spHnd tp Jervjs inipt), including pMM^ijqn/H^inH.pji'iinfl* Sr9"them�� \zm4m, ^^sqns/Rofeerfs���Cresk,  \YI|son Creek So|rriQ Par(<r 5ecihc|t, Ha^fT100P *W. Spcrc.' CovP, ppndar Hqrbour, MadQirfl Bflfk�� Klolndolo, Irvine's Lpnding, Earl Cove, tpmon  trti  .   It  0 NMes!MC;JZ<  This Issue H Pages  ELECTION  Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire De-  partiVreht held election of officers last  week,   with   the   following  taking   office  i for 1971:  i���Fire chief- Glen Kraus-; deputy-, -Chcs  Day; captain, Chuck Barnes; chairman,  Hank Schachie; secretary treasurer, Pat  Perry;  lieutenant, Fred.Cotton.  flQO  pOiSIATIpN  Sechelt apd District Chamber of Commerce al its last executive meeting agreed  to rnaj'e a $10ft donation to the Pender  HarboUr secondary school basketball  team,   presently   rpising   foods   fP1'   fhG  t tq Infprni people of the changes  nifty haVe easVd the shppk prpiight on  by "<ctpr; bills.       " ��. ,. ,  However, it is too Isle to porveet that>  failing so, we t-yggest the, next bpi*t thing  te^Qvistp attempt to inform the public  ihl-pngj-i Rvess releases pr.. pircti^rs, the  :-}tpry, liehind4hg prpsenV.rate structure.  ' ��� i'he cpmniittee instructed opr secret  fyy, tp 'reply tp these^ letters w^iere a  sjhglp reply is appropriate,-with a brief  pxplgnjttion pf tjie method used in establishing pur rate structure and the reasons  be.\|nd the ampunts".  '. Tp the |ar|e group pfetitiops, a public  statement is rec-uire.d. We submit that the  press releases referred tp above should  provide a complete reply to the questions  asked. The1 following br^ef statement is  offered is "a general explanation onjy and,  we conceda,: vdll-.not be .tlie iujl ans_wer._  The problem that confronts the fie-  gipnal Board is' that we have purchased  two private water- systems, taken pver one  Improvement District and ponstrueted a  large system .-it-a cost of $14 million. It is  now 'i fact and the area Pan rhake g��od  use of1 it and grow, rlowever, tp operate  this system and. pay our. debts we need  some $131,000 absolute minimiim this  year. We have 1,9(11 parcels of land (improved and unimproved) that are, or,pan  be^ serviced. We have '$8 connected  users. There are a few commercial users  and one Improvement District" purchasing bulk water.1 These peppje must pay  the cost of the system���a fact established  by the principlelof Regional District functions.  The capital cost of the system is  governed largely by the size and number  of tthe properties which the water line  setives. The systems size of reservoirs,  .pijie, etc. is governed by the ,number of  prpperties the system may have to serv-  ipp: .        ���  It was the opinion of the water, and  fitijinee committees last year, apd this; was  <^eptedH3yH-"he=6Birfflr4;^^  land charge .wasj:  1. leaving the noir-user and the land  speculator subsidized by the connected  water user;  2. unfair in its size of steps for the land   cj-iarge, |.e. $18, $3fi, etc. .,..,.'.  The Board was also unable to alter  the 1970 billings for Sechell, Selma Park  and Davis Bay to agree witjh the rate  structure then in effeel because of the"  accounting delays in establishing f ii'l 1  ownership. This bad the effect of making the present rates appear that much  mpre absurd.- ;  With these facts in mind We. have  established a rate structure through  Which every property which benefits, either by service or in value increases, ei-  tbpr connected Qiv-pot, will pay  *   1* .*  ��� \  r  ���        i  *  UBGEST CIRCULATION OF AH"PAPER ON THE 5QUTHE|tN SUNSHINE COAST. Volume 8, No   18 - V/EDNCSDAY, APRIl. 7, 1971  Area "B" Ratepayers  mqeting Saturday 10  |3ATUBDAy,'"~A'pi-il 10th t^hcie' y/\l\ be  two meetings lipid at thp WclcotTio  Bea'ch.HaU on pedroplfs Boa,d wjuc|i  Shoylti-b^pf intprest to all ratepayers of  Elcctotat Area "B", thirl is ^-oro West  Scchel't, thiough Halfmoon Bay as far  west/ asT Wood Bay.   . '  At a pieeting at 7 p.m. thp Safgcant  Bay Ratepayers' Associatt'on wil| hold avn  extraordinary general meeting at' which,  its meinbers will be askpd to dpcide wne-  thpr they wish tq extend the 'boundaries  of the Assocratiop iq cover the wjiqle qf  Electoral Area "B". ~    ,  A public mectipg wil} fpjlow at 8, p.m.,  and the form this, -"meeting takes will  depend nn the resujt of the *3argcan|. B,ay  Ratepayers' - Association. mdl?l!ni- II \si  however, confidently pxppcted that by  the end of the evening, Area "B" will he  represented by a ratepayers' q&Elqciatjpn.  'b  7  r      *,  A  4  ra'  I-  I  ers  I-  ���M  No plumbing . . .  lusiness  re  Health regulations not met  ^AJgEJ^ICATIQN 'for   a   trade" licence Hp^sbi^  VA/elcorne visitor  Coast Chilcotin Litem! |MP Paul t*i,  P'm-vif presents Pe^er*--] government's sh^re. pf Centennial project  money to Centeiini|il Committee  oh ai r'men G j en, PlHIlips of Wiilspn  Oreek ��n(l Frode ^prgensen of Selma  Park, money wil} go towards iipp)-oy-  -FLUTTERING'kite?, alqiig wit-il the pussy  witiQw and crocusr have iq bp png  of the sure signs of spring. .    " -'  "  Whether home-mfide or stone bqy^ht,  kites  provide  endless   hours  pf  pnidpqV  Afon fpr the young and npt-sp-ypHng ftJlH?:  Ready tn assemble 'jejis-'.-afe fegorning'  more  popular  each  year.  They're''easy  to put tpgpther, and "ps rcyljli "qj ���,^e||gi*.  design  usually  out-fly the  hqmp rrj'ide  v-iripty.  Brit  along wlill  the fwn  there |s ji  serious side. Each year many jutes c'r-p-js'  operate whaTwas described asa books,  stationery and gift, store in the Seaside  Plaza, Gibsons, was turned down laWt  week by Village Council.  The applicant stated she planned on  retailing various types of books, gift pottery, games, ceramics/dice, agate jewellry,  antiques, used books and magazines as  w.ell as used items such as tools, appli7  ances. ��tc. It was hoped to open for husir  ness either |ate spring or early summer.  Alderman Gerry Dixon asked was not  this the premises with a below standard  wiring system'' Mayor Peterson said tj!p  problem -#as the fact that despite regular  lions, the store has been built ahove a  septic Urnl^, therefore, the owner hi"*-  been told it cannot be wsed for occupation.  meeting on recTMrTlusTrTe assumed^ was  ppssibly because the newly employed  planner was not present due to illness and  consequently planning and zoning were  not discussed.  However, the Mayor said that Mr.  Prank West h-id a statement or two to  make regarding what seemed to be, according to /West, intentions of Council to  almost conscript resident^ of Henry road  into thp Village, "tine" woilld"gather from  what he said that Council was just about  threatening the outside arpa," he added.  ROAD WPRS  Aid. Ken Crosby rppprfed mat he  had met with the new Highways PpRP't-  mept supervisor, Mr- Git'tfns. who appears  !���,��� ,;^.^~,..',tt.."UAito" ;��� u~4u  ���-���..�������,      powerlines. This cap cause short circuits.  ^iltioii���(^reiJlv-���t-eeetv^t^  Selma Park, $300. Grants are made  oil a per captya b^is.  ��� it ~.  * tat  '.���ffH*.  w possession  results to $50 fine  -RICHARD  KrcntzTT qf���Blind���Bay-was  " fiiried $.'>P in court at Miidpira Park pn  Thursday of las;t week for being in possession  of, iind  trying    to  sell  oysters  qpntrary to regulations.  The Fisheries officer at Madeira Parle  would like to warn the public against  purphasing py'sters which hoye n��t- hepp  Ireme   hazard   to  the   ypungsters~TTyTh|r~  them,  All ppwerlinps arc dangerous. Contact-:  ing one with ��i wet string pan pjJu,��P  severe'injury or death.  Parents arp urged to put out the fplr  lowing Kite Flyet-s Gpdp, snggested; try  B.C. Hydra', and make surp their ph*!"-  dren follow it to the letter.  f.l. Fly kites only in an open f'^ld Pi;  parlfrwc"ll"away fi-oinlOTwerltTTe^tT&TRf?-  mission towers and pojes. '  2. Use    perfeptly" dry  string  neypi;  wire oi' metallic string.  3. Never [vy to remove a  kjtp if  it  catches on a powetlino, tower oi' pole.   J  4. Don't use any metal in making |  kite.  ��NP^Si0N��Aft-BP  letter ttt t(ie Editor fi'om a. Gibsf'ris  residpiil would have bPcp included in this  wepk's Timet) but for tlie fact it contained no signaliirc, We do accept nop-  flo-plunius hut such letters must have  Iho writci-K  signaMtre.  rWith Ihp ahove ii tiled numb  els apd users Ortr Inconie wilt >>e $j21','ijj0.p  based on opr present rate structured Still  below, but reasonably close to our requirements at Ihe present Jime With the  deficits of prior years to be covered' by  ���sea page A-3  Hilnatiori rpBfvi'dlhg the spptjc |apk (-JBgu.  filiop and o|so (hat jt jiusiiiess prpmjsps  )PP��\ h'lYP 'tnilpf f'tcillties.  BOARD  MEETING  iiepnrliug on lust meeting of t|ie Sttp-  vshtne Ctiasl Ho'-iorra) Boaid, Mayo| Pctci-  pyj-ppsp," hp-added.  ;    It was also pointed put fhlil with the-  'pi-pp'pHcd expansion of lipiipdarips, Coun-  cij"s|ip'tild endeiivor tp get alj ropd work  possi'jilo ,'flono npWi  hy  the  Depi|i'tmpnl,  thus saving the t''xPI<yei's money later.   .  AMBULANCE  Oporalor of Hip Gibsons ambulance  soi vif.-c, Indicated, he win; prepared lo  tunnilifite the facility (;in light jd tho  fiptinc.-fitl. |)iii'd,e|) InvulveU, Alii, Gerry  Dixon said In: hud ilisi.-uwaril the siliintiun  nud il appOnrn nonu" of llio bills i'ur ni.tvIcu  luiyp |)|-oviid -liiirtl to gut nud iioiisefiupiilly  ,|l hnn proved uneiMiiioiiiiciiL However, Ihrr  -fy}-fOFJirnTt~Mrr"'l}rr|aTi~iiu(i"irm  ��ai'rounioiir tt/'enntiniiu pi'iividing-Cotiiicil  wpuld bo pi-i.-piii'cd to ninku n grant.  H wiih nip-pud lo pniviflo .a gi'iuil- ol'  $(i00'whii!h would, in ol'l'ei.'f, bu u miliuidy  'fp|- IrnDHpnrliiin Vlllngu i't:nldui|ls to  lhe  Water, problem  sion proposals  V.  .IWQHOSAJ'B  lor, a   Hixlot-Hiibdivision-   nil. Hcid Itoitd, Giliiioiui, vyuji '|)u(d'pvt!i-  iit liiKt iMiioiin-- ol' Council ponding fur--  ther intormiillon regin-ding tho loC'iition  x'Li!ii?jfil!,i.,!i.in.'}Jjyiui!!ii�� '. 'A   viously cpiisidored ("kcch-iM, A(||viii)|ati''l-  loi-r'Piivu 'j'fii'ui.sl.on' itttid lie had takpjV  it up with Iho local ugeii'l- whii hi iurn  Iind fllncuKfied the iniiltei'with thp broker,  JluauJl���iu_-that���a���.Kiib,''il.i)nl.iti|j-i'(:di)i)ti(|ii  'liitH hoo|i niiidc for this your.  Aid.  Dix.on  pxpri.'MHcd   Ule view  tli-it  the pew |-id�� dpi.-u i)ppe|i|- more in lipo,  uf thp iitiDH) tiuip, ho wifiitlorpd how coipp  't can .bo lowered up inu'-il) from |ii��| your.  'Soin��fih|ng   kci:ii)��. mil " of .kilter."   he  . Mayor Wnlly Poiernpn explained t||ut  tl|(.-t(; in no wiil'or Hiipply in lil'at in-pu yet  npd oven w|n;|i It is known what d|i'Cis  lion Hi'.' h.y|��iHs will lake llinri: wil) still  lie no wnlur, "famuliId wn perinit t| mih-  W.-II.-I -MJiJio,; 1'���l��,r-��:.i,. oniphiiid/iMl tl,e    i^'i'^Vftlf'Uir^ !"!dci|i || m i���;rut,|, lfUl\mm.)\u PPdiPi  ae| t,i,   liim-,, ,M,.i( ������..*��� ����rv-.-.i,   hognuil ,   N)|   ���        ,   f(   ,  ��� |(j   ,        will,  the t.gel.l, ���  s I'lriiitly lu mi|m|tll/e llic opi.Tiiliqii' ������.    ���       >..- r     "  CONVICTJONS  " Adl'llillj'illl'iiliii' Duvi: JoluiMtiin |i!|ior!i:d  Mil nil eliiii'iieii laid iij'iilunl IikiiI uneri)  w|,o hud lulled to puy wliarl'ii/'i; |ci!t< linve  biien dealt will). In inwnl euiioii I lie i'lne  wim $1)0. Ilt In |iunn)lile lliei-i)- nil,till be  Hotilo appeulii, Kurllim-, more ehni'j-iin'u,-i.-  liluily,  " lie nil id.  lo m-inoi'liiin fiiilhcr delnilii  |ii'i.'l))iiiii|i,,  lii  urdi  un |u llii.- now rond, Mnyur Poioiwi, Niiid  inii.-h liil'iiriiiiillui) ii).i,(hl )>e phlalpcd when  l!iiiri)i;|| vI/iIIn, V|e|i��i'hi in Ihciionr fiiliiri,',  CLOBER   STUDY  Aldei'iium  (lorry   |)lxon   (jiienljuiind n  Vitiligo Iniiiiriiiii.'t) iii'niiiiiim'whli.'li lie prn-  Paul St, Pierre /  V  Coast Chilcotin in ember  proves able politiciasi,  , Hl!!Al)|Ntl jii J'rlv-itti lyi'OiiliorH' Hl||n nil    I,,  lhe Aculln, Cn|iinllni,,i mui pfily  liiipu  c.l't.tilti  llj|(J   lllllllliul   lor   IsiiccoHHl'lllly ilepeiidn on llni luul' of Iho draw nnd     In hll'll|i:,)i.'H Aiut.'iini |iy giving Ihu nuil-  *"'"���''";:"'|j)K"4 \\iii" Iftilillil' Tr��iiiTiTift",Pf'V::���^��niy,*'nwnri'Oiir*ionfi*-,pronn'iirtn��ln"-nxf?rrl��to;���ior-pnp-��M��iiy'*nn'rt''porii,iipi��,--inrt��co'-!'Am��Ji:h'*        " p1i,|,,ed  I'oiihi ('|il|i!|,l|n  Ml'  l'ni||  HI,,   cu,m In niw lhe Mni:|u,i,z)i, Vn||ey ronlo I'ur  i.Tro when ii|)i!iil"|))i( lo conni|iiieniM nl  (oil niid Oui) Cluh AwnnlH JNIglil  nro fmm lolls Holly ninl lvi*n iiiiui)  toi'lli) mul Mury Klny, AI��o (jtinliWot  DiMi'kl   luxpnyeiii    wllP  control over   Iho i)|,nrnthi|-  foMii In llio milioul Iiniini hud/nil' || |||)l  -17 r'iiino.-i  Into firm's,   ,  ',  I'lnvloiiid.y li Hi" o,i|i Ji ul I,y of iMonlf'i-  ��� pullll'iH In l))ii iiiiliool dlNii;)i't npprovdd p��-;  )M-||dl|iiii! ovi-l- Die one hundred mul In,,  per' I'lipl of Hi'! nnioinil nf Ihu roiii of  the l>tA t'dni'iilioii piniiriiinmo, It wim  out ),i.'i'niinury for Hut I""'1' 'o no io  I'eiV'i'i.-nihini, \  h, lhn H'-'ih-di Mi'h'iiil Dltdrli'l, )l  wiih  idMy per coiit of Iho periionii i(|iiii|llii:d ,  to volt), vole mii u1' hy.|nw ot '(|U(miit)i|ir.  ,im.i),iI, )n ileoit'iMil, lo huvo hi,'��0i i-iinojOisil  if iho )iiiiii|)i,T ni'' vi,Inn polled i��� 'I'-ivnr  ol' (hi; proponed by-law In n ii,,iiji���|iy of  ll)ii lolnl voli.-N pollttd, exi'liiidve of l|)i)ne  n-jiMileil. Tlinl Im, II ,110 per ri--|l of |l,0  o||/nille vote,,* lu,,, out lo vi,le, ,r Hm-  jilo f)0 pay imiii ninjorliy1 will ��lvir tip-  |,r��/vn|, Jn Iho piii'i.ii nlxjiy ptit'.mpi. up*  hut not |>rotiont worn: Alox Mill)  Irani,ninl  wnlioi' ^minlnk  NuI-iod,, .Hany-l-'n-iittku, ninl ,  Mulloii.  iKIiin,  Jurok  unlci:  "ijply 7ii.-iw��Tif!y for* HmJir-ji 7inrl- rrj��K'r?n��  |)rowil"'voin':wiiir'iinnt"!i;i;'irK'  niuiili'ipiil i:iiiiiM'll.i lo Hiv<: iipprovnl  , Hill 17 wbirh jii"i��i).i-nini<1mi,n! 'o J|-n  |'u|,||i> HiIiooIh Ad will liiuh'.' it, iini'i'ii-  Miry ,lor lln' Hunid to puhllnh n piuiiiiy  by/l��w to -''fvio' nvtir i!-(|)riidliiiro io i|i��i  inmiint" hudiiui' 'oininiiiiiir MMC~irj.iW<  I hind) od 'owner'plcn nm or on�� ��� wnn�� i^h  ol tlio ��,wn��i-'-��il',<.,lori- lo ���li" d>��lr|(.-l.  (wlii''|inv<-r >h Mm h'^f-'i' oionh'U') p'siMloo  Um boitrd, It will,ho n<.-'.-��r'N-��ii;y 10 ��o to  ,efii))'(!iiilum, .    . ���  amphK mmm ,  Jiill 47 mlfio iitnl��;�� Mint if ipnru, thu"'  Pip hilt Ihln i.i.'Milon of I he J-eidiiliiliil'i.-,  Um Mioii-O'i oi l';d|ii-),t|i)n in'nuiy loo  tineiiUnn  p,vn    llm lo)|owioi" MalMm'.:,  '"'I'Ihj   uve,ii|(e   viilnr   tin,mul   for   niuiiny  relei'i'iidiiiiiii i<i)iidiii,'li.'il by i<i.-)iool lienrda  AA\pT)mAwi..wmictin (itir ���������ii-'-rr  Tho |owwt ptirrpninnrfiuriToiit of owner  ll|l!l.'lo,il   III   II   M.'llOol   ll)ltlr,-|l.'l   WHH   I I.1!   PC)'  i.eiil nnd the bl,<b';nl whm A',l pe, eepl,  1 -    llndor Iho new Ih'-InmiIIihi,  II  w|ll  ho  onllrciy   op  lo Um  iiixpnyer  lo doddo  whirl iiilii)dii|d nl education |h rtnpdrad In  t|,u tii.'hoo) ihutrjct, i  ii pnhlle nieelhiH held In 'Solum I'nik Hull,  op Monday pf Inul wnnl''  Mi.'PUmv .i!i,.wi,'ii':ii n niunhcr of 'iiicti*  on�� |(lvlii|i till- li'iiliiinirn ii itjlilipim loin  |)0  |)i,l|ileii,iin  Wi|)'|i|ll��n  rif   lll'l   li'oilrtrill  (iovoiiiineul   nud   llm i:fl'iml)v,j,,iJMi  ul   n  .....ulnlilu..M'.'Oihi:)' ol'.l'iii'lhiini.'iil,.......  I'rlviile i)|i:ii,l)i,'i'ii' hilln niunilly niiiiilier  il noiiple of liuinlii'd liom wlilrh nhiiiit ;'()  inn��� (I'-iiwii nnd- Hie Ml' )'|vi;i) nhuul 1)1)  iioeonilri lo ihihuli') II, Aiilwul wlinl hap-,  pencil to hln Hill to (1iiiii|(o lhe I'llKi.'tlouM  Act, Hh I'lorm 'imld Im did niiikfi inmii;  'boiidwiiy in nelllnu u volo lor |o/uioin In  I'einoln ciimpa' (liiiiiiii   l-'odcrnl  o|ei.'lii)i)ii,  jjad rmr\  Anlied   why Im did  nol   iiiipiinil   Dnve  ������~A'rtiHii'iwirv))T*/r liiiiiiii!" i)<fii)iijfri^jiih'dihir  Itnni.po, Inlloii nf nil ol) Hie IM".\ 1'oiial, I'd,  ,,Vnu,iv iiild ihiii wmi iDliodiif.'d id .o Unto  wins,i I'Drliiipjeiii wim loiMl'.'i|',ilown w|tl,  ���wiiili uuil inoHi of )|m liiJUi.h.(>'oliii)ih}i��'  wj!ii rt:i4V'f.'LJ!.ilji;!''0il��.,')'(! nmoiloi'1! ���.MI'),..-.W'T..',..,',w|iy.. 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Im.Kiiiih peoplo Imve now  hPi-n i)n|))i;i| for Job;* liol do ppl wiuit  ii, ,,n,ve tii'iiihi 'I'lmro In hope lor n bl|<  m  Ndi  AM, |)|x|iii i-iiiintoiilfsd Onuimll fnrUnn'  eiil f<:t,jil,s by noli repewln/i |n,-iurnnce pn  llm old I'irl) Diinlix.', m-t.-HopUy ,ip for tut In.  Aid, f'ronliy anld |m felt l|io viihlf.'lo aliould  he turned pvoc to n Ipenl oiir don|t.>i! for  d|fi|'<,,siil, ' "  Mi. .lohnidoi), wlinmd Ihul. uliould l|ie  ihiiiintni.'t) I ni dropped, il .wind Im jiorim  in mind llm Vehicle enniiut Im drivmi i,i)'  lhe hlKhwny, He nlau na|ual Ihm \p> pr.  Illyen n eoupln of wee|ta .li, dl.spofio of ll  for |,i, fa p,i.w:,,l|y i!,\p|(,|h,,{ p|lmr tWo-  WlOfl,' '     '        ���/-..���'..'-..'     --   ���-  ,   -   ,  WATER MPETrWQ  Aldifroiiil) (,!|l|il'|nn Mii||d^||(iii|, 'ypr  imrllnn on' n omoiin/i' of 'Dm Hc/doinU  Wnlur ��!oii)p,|||��.'i!f mild' dlm:|iiiii|on |md  f.-oplered i,i,o��� p|���i,H fpr Ihe l,iii)|idn)e iirmt  iiyidein. 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'      */f      tt. .,-      *   to- ���< *     " ...  f .iY1 I x     ���.�����,..��  ,,'* r^.# <* * *4'-ii *^ <pV**<*-y ���*���?���*���*��� ^  11   {. <"l -��� t        ' ,-. �� L  4f * ^ J- V 'yi*' %- < V >.V Y + t '^ "'"-"��� 't -y' y -V'V Y *f i�� ^  JT  Ir 1  *��� ,   ��� 1 *l V    ' ��� ~~ ��� _ <   t      * '* ' . ./       ' "   , l' ""'  ."  Pdge'A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, April 7, 1971  i*i'il0t0a)0VU\0yniu\0^M^*nnrLj%M%ruviM  THE PENINSULA 7����eA Sechelt - - Phone 885-9*54  V  :r  Classified  fM^uinMvutnivuuuvutfwvinAnnjufjumAMUMVvuvwu^^  Published Wednesdays by  Pawe|l Rivet News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B C.  Established 1963  I"   0-  a  "'  ���   *  < 1  s*    J  /*f-  ' -   ���  " -l  'A'  A  ��� J  fcit  '���-.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations , r - '  September 30, 1970  Gross Circulation 2920  Poid Circulation 2446  As filed With, the Audit dlureqru  pf Circulation, subject to audit,,  Clqssified Advertising Rates:  3,Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)-  One   Insertion ~.$l.0Q  Three Insertions ���_ $2.00  Extrq lines (4 words) ~��� 20c  (This rate does nqt apply to  '     commercigl Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers ...  10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs pot paid by  publication date.  Legal   or  Reader   advertising   35  per count line.  {Subscription Rates���-  By Mail:    .  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7'00 yr.  U.S.A.  -t, _wt-r-<-$��.Q0 yr.  Overseas   .' ___$I0\0Q  yr.  Sp$��jtal Citizens,  CARD OF THANKS (cont.)  ������._j^--**i.t*i.T.���, _*_,   I WISH to extend a very .s'-n-  cere thnnk you to Dr Swan,  Ihe purses and staff of St  Mary's Hospital, geolielt, for  their . kindness.', dnring .,niy  ytay in hospital. ���tloVothy  Penner. ' "-   0101-19  OBITUARY  ���tr  Locol  Area  Canada   ���  By Carrier    $3.50  $4.00  _... 60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in oil dfsplay advertising  qnd other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Penin-  ~"~- sulq    Times.    Permisison    to    re  produce wholly or in part and in  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 recourse in law.  * ... .      ,  ^^^���OMtN���=E��ENTS  McGREGOK ��� On April -' 2,  - 1071, Olivia^ Campbell McGregor of SecheU> B.C. in her  03rd year. Survived by. her'  loving husband Bill, Mrs. McGregor was'counsellor for the  Senior Citizens, B.C. Past Secretary .for Senior Citizens Association Branch Of). Member  of tlie. Executive Committee  for Senior Citizens Provincial  Association. Member of the  Sunshine Coast Rebekah-Lodge No. 112. Member of Royal  Canadian Legion LA Branch  140 and member of St. Hilda's  Anglican Church Guild. Director of the Sunshine Coast  Senior Citizens Housing Society. Funeral service was bald  Tues., April fi, from St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt.  Rev. D. Popple officiated. Cremation. In lieu of flowers,  donations to the BC. Cancer-  Fund, Harvey' Funeral Home,  Gibsons,  B.C., directors.  0190-19  mal estate;; Z,%rZ��  LISTINGS wanted lor coast  proper-ties. Phone calliHit  Bill >Havtle or Jim Mcintosh  }"la-9fJ5-4l!*il (24 hrs.) Highland  Realty, ffl97 Edgpmont Blvd.,  > North Vancouver, TjlC   ,  ,  _% ojun-at  WANTED view acreage   5 or  10 ai-pps Wl'ilc Bov (i I lid c-o  Peninsula Times     Box    llll),  Sechelt. (illTill 21  APPROX 21 acres prime tu-  ��� ture 1-esid.entNl property, eJ-  , evated VieWi lane acpess, close  to rrew subdivisions, mainly  hush, Secfreit ��� Village. $30,000,  will sejl block or 5 acjie lots.  Cash. Bq-c 3io The Peninsula  Times, Sephelt B.C.     4489-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Cont)  ^_it.__ j t_M t_t ^ ^  _. |mr< |  PORPOISE-  Bay,    compact  pleasant view home. 6 vros,  auto,   oil,   basement',   garage  Owner fl��5-2B9fl. i 010(1-21-  ���,  '    *  PENDER. Ilarbour-r-Ghftice. 2  waterfroixt on sauie level lot  With'*deep moorage. Older 2  bdrm "house. Jack Noble, 8{13-  3701. Roehi-.MiM- Realty, 930-  7292 ��� 8034-1 fn  REAL ESTATE (CoiitinM^I   HEAL ESTATE (Contiiitted)  GHARUS-ENGIISH'LTP.  Real t��tqi& Sc Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  '* CEJNTRE  Gibsons, BC.  006-2481  UPPER GRANTHAMS:  Spectacular view. Here is a good  buy,   for   a. well   built"^small    Beaiiliful   treed   pai'liliie  pro  . i ...,   . .......   nn     pei-ty.'Genie slope, year rpi'nd  MacGREQOFi PACIFIC  REALTY LTD,     \  " Box- 799, Gibsons, B.C.  flfl(i-7244   ., -   .-.   ' .  CrfBSONS:" Must be sold!  Lovely view lot on Abbs  Road. T"y all cash o'ffe'ssl'  MaghificeiU view", executive  home in exfclusive tirea, .4  bdrnis, full basement, double  plumbing and fireplace. Many  extras, must be seen to fully  appreciat". FP $30,500. Call  Lorrie Girard: 880-7244 or  (ltlii-3133.  ROBERTS  CREEK:   7.2   acres  Lower Roberts Greek Road.  Serni-vyalerfrpnt    p r op e r t y. "  60' WATERFRONT lot, West  Sechelt Beady to build on  tpp portion with mtlgnificent  "view. Path down slope to safe  sunny beach foi' privacy, 5  min to excellent shopping  centre and mall AU" facilities.  Paced fbv quick sale at $8000.  Owner,   HHfi-24tfl 11008:11)  CONNER  lot  lor suile at-Sol-  ma   Paik     100x120     Phone  8��fi-030Ss ^ (UlfflMI'u  NEW" 3. bediOOll)   house,   ftitU  basement,  one  block  shop-"  ping centre, Sechelt.  Sale by  o\V-mei-r-^ Ftflt1"'*' price    $33,500..  885-9051.   ;: 0144-20  PENPER Harbour: 3 bdrm.  home completely remodel-  le.d.- 1,100 s'q. ft. lge. Jtitchen.  Qven an acre of land: View  .property. AU furniture,  included' .Ideal fojl_ retirement or summeiliiJirie. TTJear  steal at $28,000 MLS. Jim Mcintosh 08475404 or Bill Hurtle  087-1505 or 085-4151 (24 hrs),  Highland Realty, 3107 Edge-  mont Blvd., North Vancouver,  B.C. 0110-21  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 88fl-  2343. 4079-tfn  ROYAL Canadian Legion  Branch 219 Roberts' Creek  dance with the Western Troubadours, Roberts Creek Legion Hall, SaUiVday, April 10,  8:30 p.m.'''to\f. Spot dance  prizes. Admission $1.50 per  person.^Everyone welcome.  . " 6177-10  HEAR Rev. B. Boh'tkes .of, the  Whycliffe. Bible Translators,  Sunday, April 18, 11:15 a.m.  Bethel Baptist Church, Sechelt, 3 p.m and 7 p.m. Calvary  Baptist Church.^Gibsons.  0160-19  VViaii   to   contact   .Latter   uajT  "    Saints    members.    Ph.    885-  9547 or 880-2548. 4505-tfn  WORK WANTED  CHUCKS painting-& decorating.  Guaranteed  work,  reasonable  rates.   885-2375.  ���    ������-.,- -'   5492-tfn   , . 1   EXPERIENCED drywall acou-  stie-& textured ceilings, now  in   Gibsons   area   and   serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  /ast  service.  Phone  G   &   W  Drywall,  884-5315. 4208-tfn  home. Living room with PP  2 Br., cabinet kitchen, all in  good shape. Stucco exterior  adds to charm. Only $T0,9O0  with $3700 cash, balance on  easy terms.  MLS fi-6059.  886-2481  VIEW   LOTS   IN   GIBSONS:  Sargeant    Road    $4000'   up,  Abbs Road $4500  lip.  886-2481  ABBS  ROAD:   2  Bdrm   home  with   spectacular    view,   on  Jarge    lot,    ideal    for    couple.  v$ 11,900.  886-2481  ROSAMUND:  (|)   1   acre plus,  for   $3300.   (2)   lot   on-  two  roads,   15540  sq.   ft.  $2750.  880-2401   -  ROSAMUND:     Three     bdrm.  house- on..big  lot,   for   onily  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  Is  pleased  to  sponsor r/il*  FRUIT. tree and  hedge  pruning. G. Charman. Phone 880-  9802. ' fil3Btfn  ROBERTS CREEK  ��.  4i��  Ass  r-r  *.r*\    *  .  i  ���*       t  *        b  V        >      rt  V -  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENT  T9?l CENTENNIAL CALENDARS, ready for Christmas  Mailing. $1 (includes Pro v.  Tax). Available'ut tbe' Muni-  ninnl Office, Gibsons.   5502:tfn  ...JWLLaN];)   MRS'.   Ilowuril   D.,  KiuiIh,  Glbiions,  ine   itlcHKcd-  .to   Hnnonrii'iM'tbt!  "'irg-'g'tli'"''"^  DRYWALL  Taping  and   Filling   by 'hand  aiirl machine. Spray Tex Spar-.  ��� kits Ceilings.  Phone" 886-7193  Roberts Creek, B.C.   '  (il)27-tfn  rm. -I������ -���������. m ......in,.       ,i   i.   --in-i.. .iii-i.- ....  HELP WANTED  C^IAI^j'MljD  |)i-t;-.school  Icach-  cr-ioi- half (lays stnrllng fall  of���Ibi.-lr     d'liuglilur     Paliifin -Icnn. Apply .tacit and, .1111 co-  l.ynnc, io Constiildc- Ilnn.s l(  Burkl, Kclowuii, ��� B.C., son of  Mi', nnd Mr��. William Burkl,  Hnskiiloun, Siisk Wedding to  I like pliicc ul  7 p.rn , May ..'.',,  1071s-,nl    CiiUso'iiN  Church.  Ilnlt.-d  (IllW-ltl  *  i -  ft*/  i  *?���. i  ���*���������  t v  Wedding Announcements  Milt. ANl? MIIH. Aii'bli? Walker    of    Mitdi'tra    I'ni-k,    urn  pIllllHtK'd       1(1       I|I|||IIUI|CH       lln-  wttddjnu ol l|iif|r dnuuhlci' April Walker to Mr. Boyd Bennett, min, of Mr. nnd .Mrs, K,  WUhnnn of 1*Yiio<'Ih I'ciiihhhIiV  nf !,'. p.m. A'lirll IV, IHVi nl Hi-  Mul'y's (.'hiiit'h, (iiirikin Buy  1 RttiJijpl'iun in bo hold n't I'mi-  dor ilnrboui' Cuiiiiiiiiiiily Hull  at 8:3(1, |i,ni, "Kvnryiiiio wo|  ooinii, ll I n-1 ll  iipfralivu "'   Niii'-Kiry     Si-hool,  (lennral  dollvcry,  (lihsons.  (I1M-20  Y()llN('l 11111511 for kilcluin  work, (ix|imioii(.'(v not neuim-  miry bid ilnslro lo loiii'ir <ts-  :-.|.|,liul MuhI ho iiuiil iii up  |)i)iuaiii-o Cim ilivo-ln, Apply  ,.lnljy   H..|{or   Imi,   imiY-UIIDUl  11103-10  P|.iNDI:|l HARBOUR  fVERGREENS LTD.  l:.vorgr��flris Wanted  (  SAl.AL A2c, undone  MUCK 42c undone  Done up 9c exlrd  I'YlK  pickup  lor  uri'inirt  uny-  wlxirti on Huiiiiliinii Count  ,,-,., , I*    i        ,  CARD OF THANKS  rii'iiiVn iiii'kini!, i-uiiiiii'i piiwif,  In) plni'o North ol  Pitiidm- ,  i.lh.ijbunV IhiH;)  I'hoirn llllll-KWlli  or  llllll.WA  I,HlliI lln  $10,800     on    terms.     Spacious  interior,   nice  siuideck.  886-2481  GOWER POINT ROAD: A  view borne on almost an  acre of cleared land, cjose" to  beach. Main floor features  large living room with F'P and  WW big dining room, kitchen  .with BI range, utility wired  and plumbed, modern bathroom, and 3 good sized bdrms.  Below is an unfin rtc. room  with FP, another bdrm., work  area ,and. plumbed for another bathroom. This house only  fl years old. Asking $33,000,  half cash, balance TBA.  880-2481  GOWER POINT} )k acre with  2 bdrm coltagf", Large live-  in kit-hen $H,fjfJi1," Bi-ihg your  offers.  880-2481  ALL VIEW LOTS in Gibsons':  ' Abbs Rd: 70'xl30' $41100 H  Kielcher ibf: . 70'k 12ft' $'ft0l)0.  /Coir)ie In nnd see these lols,  all ready to build on.  8H0-248I  ACREAGE: Chiimberliiin Rd,  f> acres $1)000. Heed lid. 0  acres'$fi000"' North ltd 0 iicics  $f)B00. Gower Point .-'J'i! ucrei  $7r>00, -.  "   W'; huyi; ajj'kindii-of acrc.-  iige   parcolM   Ihal   will   Ik^   Iii-  luro holdhu's. Ron Ihoin lodiiy,  ' 880-2-181  HOMKII'i'H CHI'lKK:  Nice cosy  collage    on    Collar    Gruvn  I loud  wlh  KP. Close  to hi.'iich  iirou   Asking  $14,000,  II80.-248I  HEIiMA" I'AHK: Now*'.'. hw|-  riKiin lioinc with hiinpi^rch-  WW car|i(iln. I'"!'," Nicody dec  milled, Landm-iipi'il nnd l>fiic-  cd  yni'il.  $111,(100. '  1180-'.MM I  DAVIH  MAY:  Vh  ncroii  wilh  iiihIIc   wn'll   hnlll   hoiiMii   lur  ,. Iiirnii fninlly, Ciiltiliiiiii iixini'''-  lor nnd fihiikc roof, Enll bu��<!-  IIH'lll      l,lll|(l"   hWlllllllMII!     pool  with oiitnldft l'h"(|plnc<i|. l<oln of  fruit Ih��ihi mid iitH(i|jnlf)ciint  nil nroiiiid vlow. l\tl\\\iPr $!llf,r  1)00, "  llllll-24IH  stream, beaufi-ful estate property: $33,300. Call John Black  880-7244 or 880-7310.  SEL.MA PARK & DAVIS  BAY: Beautiful view lots  80k125' within walking distance jo "the e breakwater, in  Selma Park. These lots are  fully 'serviced, paved road,  terms available starting at  $3050. ' .       "  ACREAGE: Productive farm  two year- round, streams,  approx. 17 view acres, plus 4  bedim farni house. $120 -revenue from rentals. Steady  year round customers. Ideal  highway location, near golf  club, lovely view of straits and  Van. Island. PP $40,500. Terms.  Call Jack Anderson: 88fir2323  or  885-2053.  16189-10  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service.  Box  238,"^Gibsons,  B.C.  Member  Vancouver  R^al   Estate Board  PHONE  880,2248  ^  J Notary Public  SELMA PARK: House of  character,'3 bed. home on a  large parklike view semi-waterfront lot 1200 sq, ft. upstairs and 1200 sq. ft. downstairs all beautifully finished.  Plus a large garage-woVkshop  in tbe reaivlf it's a nicer home  yi.-t a re Hooking .for ynij (will  find this one Jrat-rj ioJ)ejaJa___  QIBSONS:. Plan lo build that  apartment now so that ��� it  could be completed al the  sarin,' lime as the sewers, We  have sonic ideal sites to, offer  for  development. X^a*"*""-'  HOPKINS  LANDING:  3  bed.  homo   on  a   bi-aUliful   view   lot  overlooking   the   const    range  $22,500.  GllAMTHAMS-' Well>��onstruc-  lotl,   iit|ninciiln'ti.-,   two   bed  room .house wit.  ,1*1  .Jrilvyi!ifL.-iii.  di'lvewny,   largo  dfd "'iihiil'iHlriii'itfifl  vftnhml      I n  Hliir^  iiiii  lirerrii.'iil  self contuin-  patio, Splen-  vlow,   Coh-  rnnsiiorlnlion,  PO. lExciJllenl remind.!    En 11    Prlco  $[10,000    tlowlr,  I   icruiK  at   II  UTS: A largo  \..  1 i;  MEMHEIlM  of   llm   Port,  Million Hoiipllal AiiKlhniy  wlnh  to   lluiiik   (lorliliiril'H   Piihlilon  Xunli'iJ,-��,MiirhHi..LM(.iii!ii���,,W��,!iir,���.,,-i,^li^. -....   Max   Doddk,  Eurii  Ltd,,   Dnn'ii  Hhoi-ti  , lilipiU'd,    iluniiycrcni  fill kin, Viiiiiiiidn Mmiuly 'Conn-  Mdllor nnd III" IXJIIwooil Play  oi-h,   HpiH'ltd    llinnku   in   iho  inorHuihlM who iloiiniod  pil/  cm mid to nil  who uhMmIhI  ui>  nnd  lo ah' wlm nlioiidcd our  Eiiiihlon  Hhdw   'mul  hnliu-d  'tnnlui ll"�� Huwita,        OMU-io  Jack Whll"  Hnn  Ci-o-jhy  Jay Vliiiii'i'  WANTED  BMW  1100  wan'li-d  in  '  ciiDdliliin  im,')'.'iiiu.  owi-ao'if)  HWI-!��Mlfl  iikii :',:ini)  -ffinyio'  ^$18,000    with  biilui)cn  on   gooi  pur i'l.-nl. Offtiin'  (JEOIIG1A I IKK  "top view"1 lof wilh a coni-  I'iIoIii iiiiiioriunlc mil look over  Wont Ilowo Sound. -Thin pio-  porly prnvidi.'H an iikci,i|iIIoii-  nl   liiilldluit   ttlto, lor   n   Invidy  llOllfl-,.   ll    ill    UIIHIU'pllHHOll   UN.  lo  loctillnii and view. Pull Prlco  $11,0110,        ���' ,.'",  GIBSON'S;   A   Inrgn   block   of  cordially    luofiled    pin|n)rl,v,  wull mtibid for iipnrlnunif mto  or olhor oonuneroliil ihjom.  Two nil not ill-conn. Klill |inrlIc-  iiliirn on rtKpioHt,   IJMTINGS  WANTED  Vlncct Prower 006-9359  WYjIly Polarson     006-20//  lioK  'Jl'MI,  Gil/noun,  B,C.  - -��������--��������� -tilllH IP  2    ROOM -libuse   and   bathroom, on  2  lots,  some  finishing,    Roberts    Creek.    FP  $10,500. Phone 880-2764.    ��'  0175-10  You will" have to step lively  to get in on this one. 125'x200'  wooded and level lot. Quiet  seclusion. $1,250 dn.'on  $2,500  FP..   . .  ROBERTS  CREEK:   On  main  highway. .5" lovely acres,  partially cleared. Neat 4 room  bungalow, requires minor finishing. Cut stone fireplace in  bright diving j-nom. Spapius  dining room opens to compact  kitchen. 2 bdrms.,l(3 pc. bath,  utility. 220 service! Good garden soil, and fruit trees. $15,-  000 FP.  GIBSONS: Attractive, well  jiiainlained 4 room cot I age-  on ^"\ne!g^Trt-4w---p-:im^^  Let us show you Ibis litlle  gem NOW''at only $10,000.  Terms  too.  Over 5 acres mostly cleared.  Creek through. . Main house  has ft rooms and features large  living room. Convenient kitchen with nice eating area. 3  bdrms., .3 pc. bath, utility and  unfinished bsmt. 2nd home is  near new and features open  plan living and kitchen, 2  hilrms..., modern bath, sun  deck. Small barn and other  mil buildings makes for dandy  hobby farm. Attractive terms  un  $25,000  DAVIS    BAY:    Lovely    lge.  lot already cleared and" ready  ..for.,the. horn** of.-ypMft t'r.'*w!-  -Just���one���block���from   bpaeh,  Listed at $5,500.  ���QIBSONS: Delightful family home consisting of 3 hems,  bright, L.It, .kitchen, utility, 3  pc. hath.1 Stucco exterior,  grounds ready for landscaping  with back of lot left us nutural  paYk'i A.s  low' as $(1,000 down.  Another at tractive f u in I I y  home on'view lot.. 3 nice Imd-  ri'n.s,, .bright living room. Lge.  all electric kitchen has ndjoin-  ing din. iiri. Partial bsmt. und  ' large crawl apace. Ai-otl furii-  ���nce-|Hvei'y���-economical. At...  tract I ve lei-in.t" on $18,500,  The ideal tipol for animal  IdveiH oi' giird��i|0|-H. -0 prime  licriis with 0 cleared, excel-'  I on i water Hoppiy, Older  homo, has 2 bilrniN., ntco llv-  \PU room, lge. kllclioii and muling iii'iin, Jl pc biiilr, utt'liiy,  -j:'0 sorvlco, l''ow oiilbillldlniiH,  .TurniH on $!I2(()00,  '���g ACRES, Village of Sechelt,  -eltB'vated   view   property,   undeveloped,   $10,000-cash.   Box;.  ;o81fl, e-o Box 310, Tho Times,  Spfchelt,  B.C. 58107tfn  BEAUTIFUL new 2 levt"! wf, :  borne on 2-acres plus 3. revenue, cottages. On lug'hway. 'Vhd  walerlrpnt. All ���. Jaudsptiped;  Well shoiterod bay with float,  Start youi"'motel or marina in  this, ideal location at Halfmoon Bay. Phone owner at  885-0534: ' 0121-21  >-:-.-_ i���, .���,. .���:���-:   WATERFRONT property Vvan-  '"' ted "by private party. Phone  ll2-402-044i.. 6087-10  $43,500 on terms���2Vi' oleared  seaview acres; "productive,  young orchard at-Davis Bay.  55 ft. concreate ' swimming  pool with walls and cabana.  -JPbrirrr-T���home- plus basement  and attic; 3 cut stone fireplaces; cut stone and stucco  exterior; double windows on  main floor. Also open to real  estate agents. P.O. Box 517,  Sephelt,   B.C.   Phone   885-2132.  0082-10  Member of the! Multiple Listing S-arvic^.  LTD.  WEST-SiiCH&T WATERFRONT ��� -,No, .1905  Grqciqys 2.bedr��'^ hero*3- A/0i! Furnqce, Fireplace. Faces sau/th.  Good beach; & avis-r 1 Gere. Asking. $35,00000 with 9Ped terms.  Call Peter Smith, 385*9463.      __..  rrrn-r^y ���; a " * \a-A*Y^a J':"-J: ^t,: *  SUNSHI-NK COAST,' Pender  Harbour, between Garden  Bay and Irvine's Landing.  Reasonably priced large semi-  waterfront view lots, near  lake. .Serviced $3500 to $4500.  Phone collect, Mrs. Walker,  883-2407. (i! 00-19  ii  ,..;  -Tr��^r;c As--\\     .   t  . "!��������� '.-..*������ '      '    ^4- J-,.--.t*-.     '*  - -:^.-;��__^lij"S-'P.,       "   '"'  ���?M\*.<  \  RUSTIC 2 BEDROOM  COTTAGE  In lovely woodsy sietling. 2  blocks from beach, post ofr  fice, store, golf course l'ieal-  islioally   priced   for   fast   sale.  $-13/200 some terms  LAMONT REALTY LTD.  Box 010, Mision City, B.C.  Phone   1120-7141  Weekends,   evenings    820-01)71  0023-20  FOR RENT  HALl^for rent.  Wilson Creek  Community    Hall. ���   Contact  Mrs.    Diane    Anderson,    885-  2385. 54554fn  WANTED TO RENT  2-3  BEDROOM  house  wanted  to    rent,-    Pender    Harbour  area.   Phone  003-2523.  5007-lfn  MOBILE HOMES  24x00   DOUBLE   wide   trailer  demonstrator   for   sale.   By  appointment only. Phone 885-  2153; after  0  p.m. 5034-tfn  WELCOME PEACH WATERFRONT '   Na. 1640  Qfelightful 2 bedroom, 9 year old home,on 1.1 acres of treed properly, 130 foot beach. A/Oil furnace & fireplace, privacy & view.  Asking $35,500.00, half cash, ^o.th these goad lor Bank MaVt-  gage. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.   DAVIS'BAY . No.  16-2019  Vacant |a| 72 feet by 149 on Arbutus Raacl. Excellent view poten-  lipl.far the interested builder. On hjgh side of road. Short walk to  tine beach arear $5,00000 Full Price. Try your terms. Call Bob,  885-9461. . ' " '        -   ''   ��� -      ���  SELMA PARK . No;   17-2020  2 Prime lots just off Selmq Pork Rood Overlooks Trail  Bay and  the islands. Best view for the money. Only $1,000.00 down. Lot  size   100   feet   by   112.   Full   Price   $5,000.00.  Call   Bob   Kent,  ,885-9461  or at office 885 2235.  DAVIS BAY    ' .'   ' "'     " No.   16-1993  Modern 4 bedroom home on finest level waterfront in the area.  Nicely treed and lonclscapted 2 acre lot. Why not make your appointment today? Call Bob Kent, 885-2235 or in evening  8859461, '  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 187V"  Next 'to Village Park. Only one block easy level walking to school  and shopping centre. Full Price only $17,000,00. Why-not cqll qny  one-of our seven salesmen to view this property or in particular  Bob Kent,. 885-9461 .  PORPOISE BAY AREA ���   "     . No. 18-2021  189 level, treed, waterfront, property just off paved east Porpoise  Bay Road   Approx. Ti/3 acres   Ideal to buy and split off a lot  -*if. tw" f"r-YTir fricnrl-i, Crrll P"h'Kent, ��B5-9461 eves,.  EAST PQRPOISE BAY  100 ft. woterfronlage, split into two 50x500 foot lots. Easy,  level approach to 3 bedroom home plus, very large guest cottage.  Excellent domestic water supply. $20,000 down on F.P. of  $37,500. Call ony one, of our seyen -salesmen or Bob Kent at  885-946 f eves.   885-2235 'Office.'  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT No.   1906  Revenue home,  lovely condition. Owner on ground level   Revenue  ���bBlow-wTTfrprivate level entrance; slf contained  Also runrarbeach  ��� cottage. Revenue details to sincere party. Good beach laces West.  Call Peter Smith/ 885-9463.  : ::���''   ,,������'-,���,:,,.    -..-,..���   -kAIICif*  Mud IV*  PIANO''.  0(130. .  for  sa  e.  Ph  me   8115-  0050-20  BOATS & ENGINES  17 J'T. .wooden boat  wiih half  eiibin     $300- '"'wilh   40   It p.  Johnson,  $700,  I'll.  880-7703.  0117-18  H Ji'uiilKCli'iABS "boat,   lrni|-  (ir and 50 hp Mumiry motor. Onod (���onditiou. Open to  ol'fors,  8115-217(1. ,,     ,.    0l02rlll  IdMTINOrl  WANTKI)  CU\mW  WAJTINU  aU��  BUTLER REALTY ,  ���    LTD,  TYPlilH  jNHIMiANC!K  (IHwim/M.C.  Phond Hlljl-WOO.    -    ,  MIMWH   "     '��� 't  M��I./I,II'1,W���MHTIN��  HUSH V1CW.,  (Ill'lU-IO  III KT. HUNA.UOUT liliroglaHS  plywood   hull,   75   lip   P.vln-  nitlu oleirlrie slurl iiiolor, $7^0!  I'll.  HIWI-M037.. IM711-10  HAIKJAIN,   12   fl.'  (ilurplniim-  Hiurcriifl, (I lip JiilinH'on ini'i-'  lor  ul   25  per  ('(Oil   nil,   Bulb  new,   Ph,   8f)ll-70y8,      0105-21  III' Plywood (-ri'il'HH- w,iHi Volvo  powei' 1(11,325  III' KM! wilh' full limine ly|ip  1 lop   Mil  dlvlni'iide, power,  Oeiiioi^lrinor ^',,0110  Noiv   KMV Bpiinkbok,   Hun-  lliiour buiilh In til nek  Your   I'lVlui'iidn, Dniiler  'MADEIRA MARINA  Ph, iilia-zzmi      rvliMi��li.'ii Park  (���)MV* H'uvli.'ti f-'eiilrii  i     i  HUM'tfw  liiiiiiliiK  111 lift- III  ,  ll')t',l) ihirk  mul  iuiomii di'i'iiyii  l'(ii|u|i'��'d.    Wlll'i    linn    Oil)"!,  c-o Pi-iiliihulii 'I'Iiih'k, Box ;iii|,  Hcchrll: , ��� , : *|} r>r> - *f#  HOP OP 10 SECHELT  FOR AN lASTCR WI'rKrNP fiPrCIAI.  :    WATERFRONT LOTS - a  i ' 'i  TluiMi Ion. lifivo'luKin^Milllnu.fvi %l,1,900, In PiiUu Pi Mill lhn Wtf  i��iti��i|nlno' loin IhK w'iinl''ind "���im,' inrMiiuililn ull'if will Im i.i,i\<  huloinilA.A'M 7Al K*> Mul dot)'i Ilwsilfilfi loir/ /"f Inrmi,  ��� - 598-0541 iir"291-7.nni.    \  64 lrOT     '  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION,  Th�� |i������ loififl v/iwlois In Pmtdfir I10f1if.ur-over)nai<lna tho  llmboiil ond Giili, r.lonii p> nIoimh ond dchoofft    lho���� lulu (.on  ho purrhnwil with o very low down payment ond pnym��nt��  oi, low <�����'VW p'lr.rnonlh.  W Wqh-rlionl lul ol f'wrnlnr H��fbour-~W>00.  ttV* Acmsi, Modalro f'uik,  1100' fionl<iu����,on Hluhwoy- $8000,  |'|<, ormi  \l'},mi. liuiim, ") -Udrm  mind  7 Diliim. on  S, REALTY LTD.  /,!>f>0 E, HAfiTWi-*" iT,  30 LOT   .-, - - i:AllL..CX)V(i...SUUDiyi5IOMi��� : ~ -- - r  ot(/o ilmlm mwtiI wdloilrnnl  loin o f��w hondri'd fool  fiom  i-       "    i,t'4���intinl lathing, \'pre<i 1i*rfn ViVhf),  Mony olh'K vlnw und MMiil-wiilmlronl lol* fiom 1.3500 lo $8000.  'term* ovollol.l* ��^ aljrry* f>K^0,\l0*.  |-lkrouni lor Oi��lif  '  OLLISLADEY'    ,;  Modfllro PorJ^ H,C,' "   ���  Phono Peh<ior Harbour 1083-2233    !  ,i��-^  | -i-Op |mo'-|i ')'i|fnn  '    llnli'hlnii, I  ?~Twt> "Idur lypo hoiu.o��,  yK'W  (��i��,  Iokio,  Oulli  llwy.  M'/JW), iffiimi,  ( ' '   .  ,,  3--Ai I'ohuiu Ciihi|< in hlod' l��|j id. luii, piitu'uu. I'ttiiu M, 7  Mdim.1*.   1>KI,V!)0(   iflfitvi,,   III,   wh'iil   f\  h'to'li,   "fylr,  Woo<l  ollflJl/Vo nr dlWitiM,   .  ..'..'...' ' ..ijots��� '   . '';,'     '. '   ,  j. Woliif lionl' 100 ll hy ?IH)'||. All itorviriw, SuliriMa lor Mih-  dlvlilliK), Vl��w Vim, U, ��. ^iionilo '��|, I'liin,M 1,'JWl   "  5"- |<ohi)iU Ciiliik .1 lulu nr, wli'ml All r.'��'ivkd"i 'V'MflO will.  ||:Ik:i!)0 ll, Mr, Couil Aflfl.lt/VA tit 6117 <.4MJ  Af.HhM.li  A most |iiiilns,|l(- Iw'i nnd h'��l( of:r��i�� '"rr-pnrly Willi Hur JlndM vlnw  oil Ilowo r��ouud ipcludlnu ��iH**r.ul'v�� lypn oil iiiodurn'l//u Uilifi),  humn,  |o Imlitiyit ililo biiiunln II ho�� lolm t.��i(in, About 'M)P ll,  op wolnr with rolluoo  Inrlmliid  Im   icnt,   llm  wholo ihiii|iIiik  ���:,,,^Q    lill'iltnZi'i  puPin hmn on, Mown Sound Suiidiinu C.ikii.1, Qtouuy, f',0, nod  Wh"iK M"<l, llvinci pumiaii,, About  V-M.OOO dn,  fn'iului M/.  G<'/od 6t\a f)/'/f, or Aft/.444 I, Alt', ono olUr oboul \'J1 ,'M. On.  iMo|h lh(i���� Mor��ii mo lop huyii,  W��i h"vt llm lop' poiiMifin ol - liblinii't oil iypi's ipi dm 'hhiii'Ihiih  Crmt, Mr, <rtnd A��fi-fl/VA������'0��JM44I.  TILUCUMjBA'Y     | . * No;  1450  This good 2 beclrQom home, A/Oil Furnace & Fireplace, concrete  basement, new kitchen, is a steal at asking price of $12,900 00  with good terms.  Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  SELMA PARK WAJER VIEW .: No. 1963  Retirement special:! 2  bedroom oil electric  borne  in  immaculate  condition,  pl.Mi" Quest cpt"age a*  rear, Spend  HQ  repqjr doljqfs. ...  .Yaur  offer  Qn.qskjna ' price   of  ^13,600.00.   Bonk   Financing   &  Goy|' (jji-ont/Cgil ll'cter Smith; 8t35-?463,,  "RUBY LAKlTWKr^rlaftT���  - \ No. 1982  Really nice 96 fool Lake lot, near salt water, o00'' rDC-cl access.  Has 3 bedroom Post & Beam cottage, fireplace oil range, propane  fridge. Mouse is wired, o beauty. Try your Offer Jo asking price  of $20,000 00, only $6,500 00 down  Coll.Peter Smith 885-9463,  SECHELT. VILLAGE TOT               ~              '��� No.  1737  l.orge Dpy-'lloL, clonreil, faces south on quiet rosidenliol street,  qcnllei'ilope. This is good, askinq only $4,Q0Q.00 with terms,  Call f^ler Smith, B85-9462r   WILSON CREEK                               '       ' No,   1969  $3,000,00 down, full price $11,500,, for 'this. 2 bedroom homo,  quiet Wiad, hydro I* water.- 800 foot floor arPq, plus car port, Wilh  Gov't' 2nd Moilgrigu you need little cosh. Cqll Peter Smith,  885-9463.  -  -. WeSTJ .SECHELT- -'-���-,��� ���-J- -'  -- - -No.. 21.20131  Wolc'iifionl hoinn on  1.3 ncrcm with |ovo| pebble hunch,  Motlurh  2 heiimom homo bos sunken living .room, fireplace, Inow W/W ,  cqrpei, polio, garden, (Kirngo, Full prko  $37,000. To view cqll  Don li|qd.|en, 885-9504.,    .  5ECIIF.LT INLET   ''"." *" * " " No,���188B  3.96 jr.ius on 2 \ntidn. bplwoo/i Sandy Hook  arid Tillicilm Ony  --MoflntV'Good homo nitu, on Ulocloop, Close lo Morlnn.. 4 Mi inllus  lo Serhell, Full prlco' $|4,?50,''1ry youi olleis  Phono Don Hodden,  005 9504, " ��� '' - *  SELMA PARK '     ��� '"  IJ-�� ,17 17/1  ' Completely flnlblmd 7 bedroom oil itlnrlrlr rulli'emdnl homri, plenty  of i.|oi,u|s,(i|qs f. door, Mindork Op Inqse lot FoRy woll'lng dlslonru  into Sechell. Try 1/3 down oo $14,700 F.P. Foi mute doioilh (.oil  Don llnd.liin, 085-9604.  ,S|:CHi:LT ��� "'"'   " " "'7" No, 20-1983  Giqiioiih livlno In IhltV ldi'<-a'"1 hndiboni,  view hoiriu wilh"iluri,  ?   flMiplnres,   hciMimnnl.   Oq   fully   fniicuil. owl   Iniidhfiopeil   lot  VJ_iiil*0i co mor I and ll/T dilvn, for Ihe illicrlmlniillno buyer, Full  prim $36,000, Try 1/3 down, For appointment In view roll I'1'")  IIqdd.rn'" 805-9504,       '" ' '      ���  TII.IICUM MAY '       ' J No, 2014  Gn'odMoi In Miirimiir homo rn��q, steps-owny liom Mu/lno, *>loru, ond  ur��q| fldhlng, Myrlio, phone ond wal��r line by\iiiopiiily, Cnr,h price  $2,600  Pliuim Don llridden, BHS-WIM.  KODFRTS CKIT |< "*"'        "���*"        "F/,,   M-2004  "?0 ij(,iiiV''''W'iiiryiio,r'Wi'fhV|''''iiiiiiq,iti' iluimcjli pumitl^. i.oilie uooil  iher,  iooiI rilfowoii'-o on V  Mile'i   Phone unil liydui  by,  (.'qnh  .' ,1  M'4 .iirfihfsUb' ST.*/ VAIncoi lyi ��<  v      (Abovn |he TourlM Murooti)  ,.^' A  IKdin Don  I'luililnn,  Iii'iin  1.211,01)0   Will (on-tlilnr uood  oiinii,  .HIJ!��,0|>04. '      -.  rilUSONS, AC    '   "      "   Nn, 2003  F>.re||ii|it view on 10 'III'" Stroll oPGeoi^la, ('om'oiiij rir.Vo pqicel  ,, wllli 0 foui bndiooiii i|iiollly lininii oq.Gowef Polql I'd. Pioyori re-  jilddiiiiwiil vriliin of lhn building" m In umm,; of the |;;,p. .$4") fj()(),  I mini;, W��H'WOfll) on iiii'pnrlioii, l'nlur'A/ilb��i*( 8(16,2991,  filMSONS, h,C,       ' ���"' ' ~  ,   Ho, |<"4II  Op Ihu ndqii of Iho village, qq older lypn (wo berljoom home on  "Iwo wolwihi'iil lou, one voietil, Hoirm In (uvi/j lo bBocli   Soiirid  invfntmi,m io wincUin \v/fh mmi tmnynmi f V, 119M0: T*-nn��.  Putin Ai.ll.iMri,, 8l|q'/'/9l,  GIHSONS ' , " 7"-' ' '     7  Gnniulii   V|fiW   ��xr|iiitlvii|. ronii-lnlo" ivlyMr;y,,"''riij|'>lon<i|Mrj' vl��w,  Miond now Iwo Imdfoom home   Spqrlom, |niqm"'i living loom  Mlrhflfl,  Inroo derk   Mntqmwil   fm ...  CoIIjCi���!��, Gql|tnrro|ii( 806 701 fl.  Unique,,   IViyi'l  putMng  GRAN I HAMS '��� ���'���������,  Noqt  new iwo Mmlroom  homo on high  view,  fully  Ipnulniml,,  liiopoifii hiiiiiii;nrfour.pluiH-vuniiy belli  -W'��H  to wolF runnPi~-  ijiiuft MtiidiitM, $|[},000 IM'. |),p, i,\ ^hlXLui niqM,h.ibl.i ul m,  (olF'-. If, Gqihiirrolo, fill A 70 Hi, ,  ,   ASK FOR DIM NW; C^ ;  A-QEfJCICia LTD,  3  it  '���A  f   8  ���te...j^,.Swi,)<iir  f'jiorio 0B5t223S  1  /  W��i*MI^^ S'^J  m  i  !  1 '^pt-giaVH-'B-'t' offer. .883-2336;  8}3(M8  FOR SALSJConHnued) A     LEGAL NOTICE? (cortf  FQH 8AL$,  Rnwsoti 26' sail-  boat,    cprnpietely   ���pq'HjrjRed-   jcJhiv'-atlBaa'-BiSa"  for. wwislne. $7,080-  885-20H0.   i*__J!l__!__.-!i  1 p(l[)    OLE-g    station    Wflgfln,  , P.-3���  P.B,  14  ft.  h��aV sncl.  tl-uilqr, Some.352 Ford pj-rts,  0  yyl.  Plymouth  motpr and  tran'iji bed cHester-flplfj. Phftiie  608U1P  IF IT'S suits t- it's Morgans.  885-P330, Sechelt,.B.C.  88Q3-tfn  ROUBLE hack biiow mobile,  Ph   m-m\. W52-21  FW.  * J��  v    f f  i   ^^i"*1  *��'"  t  Iff-  ���f-w  il-  a  ~"v  (>.  81Q4-21  CARS & TRUCKS  1055   FQIIP - stationi. wagon,���  Auto   traps*   Rebuilt .engine  gone   15,000  miles.   Trade  for  12 ff. 'aluminum'boat or offers.  Plv. 885*2416. ���      0040-21  IjKIQ JlilBP, 4,x4~pauel 'wagon-  aire.   Would'.consider,   trade  for property.  Phone 880-2877.  .  . 8043-20  YOU can catch youi" fish find  cooH it too, with, hooks from  ,.Tbe   Times,   Sechelt.   Hcrw  to  catch  salm"on   $1.3(5,  hdw 4o  milch   crabs  $1.00.    Canadi-lh  BRITISH COLUMBIA  HYOTO AND POWER  AUTHORITY  ORDER  your  gaihagc* incin  er-ltqi-  -"t  $3.50   each   from Invites,.. Tgnclg-'S   tor   ceding  SechPlt JCijismPhr Phope fflb- "anci'  harrpwifig    aj?i-px.    T30  2475.                         '   58P8rtfn accres  of   trfinsmission  right-   --'-'���  '-���'���--:' - - ���������������������-���������-��� ofrway,   Sepheit'  to   pjbsons  fish cookbook $1.50. Also ep'-    DOMESTIC   RPi'tahle   seyying Sub-              .-''.,������  joy your  leisure with Sunset       machine.    Oooft    condition, ���'             ,.'' ���_, '.,_���   *  $39, Phone  835-2324.    6174-10 ^renc^. rjp, CQ ��578  A "A*-, 77,'^' i ,;"���~���"~T~���" Sealed  ienu>fs clearly  myrk-  QAJiBAG^PWWeil, good con-    ^   ^   ahove-refer<in^d   will  lz  Hobby Books, $2.50.  Ph. 885-  P664, ".- 6124-11)  "55 METEOR, four mags,  good, tires, radio, Heist floor  shin., recondUioned tnutor.  Body good shape. $300 or  trade.   Phone  0H5-9588. '  6051-21  STIHL power saw,0 hp, model 070, $201). 0 hp Mefwy  outboard motor $175. Both in  good condition. Charlie Lee,  883-2503. *"-���" 6024r20  Ph.  806-7215.  1900 MALIBU, V8, auto, trans,  radio, all new wbitewalls,  carpet, 2 dr. hardtop, beautiful condition. Low mileage  and in top shape. $1500 cash.  .No  offers.   885-0054.     6030-tfn  OIL-fired kitchen range, tank  and 'Vstand-,  -$i!5.    Mr.    C.  Woodward,   Tuwanek.   Phone  BB.-J-0881. ' 8178-10  "PROPANK stove with oven  and lank $35. Single folding  bed with rnattress $15, Toaster- $0. kPole lamp $8. Screen  door- $20. Coffee table $4.  Beige wool carpet 15x18 as  new.  Phone 8116-2513.1  0179-10  dition. $50 or swap' twM   be   m,^yed   ln   mm   t^  5__:_:-- li-C. Hyd��o and Power Authority Bufl'djng, '-070 Burri*r4  Street, Vancouver, 1, B.C. unr  til  12:00 ^oop;vApril -8, 1Q7L  "Details may be obtained at  the office of the Purchasing  and Supply Department, 10th  floor, 070 Burratd Street, Vancouver 1, B.C., telephone 683'  8711,  local  2577.  f'159-pub. April 7,  IP71  ENTERPRISE .oil range with  blower stand ana! tank $50.  Ph. 885-0633. 6157-10  COLONIAL  tapestry  chesterfield,  $85.  Ph.  086-7703.  .0135-18  i 0.  I '/  \  1 "-/-  i^  ^  /-*  si-  ��� -  v t'if.  ���*  m        "0.    1  ��� .-(���-  J  ���  I,,  '.��� t  0k V   ���* U0L%it*m  LEGAL NOTICES  '04 DUNE buggy, loaded with  extras.    Phone    888-0357    or  888-2004. * 6045-tfn  l-Ofi^ INTERNATIONAL \ ton  PU, $550  or offer.  Ph.  880-  2100: ' 0134-20'  1059    BEDFORD    van.    Good  tires,   as   it,   $150.   Ph.. 885-  0733. 0180-40  1002^ ZEPHYR,   fi   cyI.   sedan.  Ex.  cQiid.   Ph.   BB5-0540.  0181-19  BI-FOLD doors, 4 ft. x 6 ft.  6 in. 4 panels mahogany rotary grain. Never used, $20.  Ph.   885-9540. 6182-10  OLD  house  free  for dismantling and removing, on Snod--  gruss-Road,  Selma  Park.   Ph."  112-522-3736. - 6158-10  ���cams;-*.  FORM  No.  1  LAND  ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR .A  DISPOSITION   OF  CROWN LAND  1000  FOI'TD" sedan.  Good  running   condition.   Also   a   12'  wooden   rowboat.   Phone  8116-  2744. 8170.-20  WRECKING   '58   Ford   wagon.  All  good  parts  for sale  including    automatic t.r a n s .,  'windshield,   radiator,   etc-.   Ph.  =m^mii-  lIVESTOCK  ROAN Gelding, 15.2 11.11. -�����_  years old. Half Tennessee"  Walker, half Quarter horse.  Sound and gentle. Ph. 880-  2017. 6125.-20  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Eg-  mont (Skookumchuck Narrows).  Take nOticce that Mr. Donald Simon Haakstad of 8635  Laurel St. No. 308, Vancouver 14, B.C., occupation commercial plot intends to apply  for a waterfront lease of the  'Ur'-rbllowing described- Jand.s:  for   sale.   Good   valley Commencing at a post pllar*-  hay-Timothy .Clover    Mix . ted 2qo' SE of Lot 0224; thence  $1   per bale.  Washington  Alf- 300' -NETThence^ 100'    NW;  alfa   100   lbr bale   $2.85.  Free thence   300'   sWT thence   fol-  di.-ltvery, Minimiun_LlQD���^g- JowHg=4-horelJ#>^to^^@in-t="of-  ents   lor  Purina  and   Bucker- commencement,   and   contain-  f-ijeldtT feeds.    Quality    Feeds, |ng :i/} acreS( more or ]esH.  Pratt Rd., Gibsons. Friday and ��       ^..     ..  Saturday delivery. Phone 886- The  purpose  for  whichtbe  y^27 '"          . ��� 615120 dtspni_u_Q-��i--pcffHti'ed is-^Ulil'-'  '   ' mer cottage  GOOD mopane gas range, fuill  siiie '* oven,    griddle,    timer.  Propane glass lined HW tank.  Bulb  for $65.  Phone 886-2764,  6176-10  l28,r"i2iThp~ro.;  '55  GMC '%  ton, 4 spd.; tandum trailer.  $3500.   Ph.  4H3-0041.       6171-21  HAY  SANDY HOOK  ���TWATER  CO-JhTD.  NOTICE OF -APPLICATION  TO   PUBLIC  UTILITIES COMMISSION  NOTICE is hereby given by  Sandy Hook Water Co. Ltd.  that application has . been,  made to the Public Utilities  Commission of British Columbia for a certificate of public-  convenience and necessity for  the proposed construction and  operation of an extension and  enlargement of the waterworks distribution system to  serve.residents in the area of  Sandy Hook being Lots 1 to  21 inclusive, D.L. 4679, Plan  10578; Lots 22 to 44 inclusive,  D.L. 4670, Plan 10081; Lots A,  j-Tmti B of 7 and 8, D.L. 4670,  ^ Plan 11188; Lots 45 to 55 inclusive, D.L. 4670, Plan 11189;  Lot A of 43 and 44, D.L. 4670,  PlanTUOO; Lots 56 to"77 in-'  =^trsweH^sp^f��^0r����ft-44SS&f=  L._.  Scientific Project  $250 target'to take Sechelt {Slemefit-  ary Science Cluh students on a, field  trip to Seattle moved closer to reality  last (SatMi'day when stiidents viiide'r  supervision of science" teacher Bop  Dall washed an almost uncea&irtg  stream of cars. Students worked hard  from B.30 a.m. until 3 p.m. and did    QHIPES of the 2nd Gibsons Company  i.".  10 *. ���  *  1   1  Tjie Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, April 7, 1971  2nd Gibsons Guides  Easier bicycle hike  a commendable job.  MORE   ABOUT...  '��� Gibsons Council meeting  ���from page A-l  discussion on proposals involving Council. He said be had awaited such discussion in vai.n.  Mayor Peterson advised him that he  holds tbe same rights on the Committee  as any other member and is free to bring  up any matter he wishes. Therefore if  the chairman fails to bring the matter up,  Alderman Mandelkau has every right to  do so himself,  CHEKWELP .  Representative of the Chekwelp Reserve water system sought approval to  renew the existing line which has been  .vinri^ptori, ,|n thn Villas RyR'p-T1 for twnn-  will enjoy an upcoming Easter Biipycle  Hike. The girls and leaders will meet at  Gibsons Post Off fee at 10:30 a.m. on April  0th for a ride around the Gower area.  First Gihsons Brownie Pack has 3 new  Brownies; enrolled on March 16 were  Diana Schtnitbaur; Tammy Skellel and  Hilroy Fromager.  A weekend trip to Powell River for  all Guides on the Sunshine Coast area is  in the -works for June. The girls will be  billet led in local homes. More news on  this at a later dale.  -I*- ��� ������     ���    - '-��--'���  The United Church of Canado  'SERVICES  St Johnfo Unitod Church - Povi>"Bfly   Stindsy Spryjces-?:|0 ^rrt;   .."  Roberts Creek United  Sundoiy Sory'i'ccs ���! 2:3d~p.iT��.   ,  '. 1  Gibsons United Churi.1i  SuhdqV Services - 1): \ 5 a.m.  \   Port Mellon United  .��� Sundp-/Services-7-30 p.m>  a-      (2nd qhd'4fh Sundays)'  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williofrison - gihsons - 88|5r2333  BAY     Gblding     |5.2     hands,  sound,  genlte -to  handle  or  shoe, Western or English, $105.  Phone 080-7005. 0100-10  WANTED TO BUY  BEES,  hives,  and   beekeeping  equipment    wanted.    Write  pp Bpx 300, Sechelt,,,B,g.  H FT. OVEHCAB caSri.per, furnace,    fridge,    oven,   double  SS-sinlv^-Like-new-, $1405.  Pb.���  H��fi-*_77ft.. 0102-21  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ���- Fibreglass.-- Rope ������  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed  air service  ,.. NYGREN SALES  ,.   ....<|97.u'.yrp.  ;fljg'7-20.f;' Www :mWhM>i*0P��t P-F��  D.   HAAKSTAD  6132-pub. March 31, Ap. 7, '71  DEPARTMENT OF  HIGHWAYS  MACKENZIE  ELECTOBAI*  DISTRICT  V" A 'l^tHion^fMi'-been regeiV;.  ed |p piinnep 4hp ppipp -of  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  SUMSHIHE COAST  via Horseshoe Bay - Upgclale  Effective April 8 to 12  There will he extra sallinas, hold ways lo  acqpmmotlala llio IHasler holiday Ir/ifflc Schedules lor lhe Easier season may he obtained at  Wiry- terminals, auto.cluhai liolols, niolels, and  tourist bureaus*  l-'or Inloiiiiiillon phono;  IIOfBoslioo qny 021-7411  BRITISH COLUiBIA  White Rofid. in the 'vicinity of    ^j^.  Huberts Greek to Beat-It Avon-    q00|.��|  Lots 78 to 82 inclusive, D.L  4070, Plan 11315; Lots .83 to  02 inclusive, D.L. 4670, Plan  4-1443���a-n*l���bet95*-03���to- 121 inclusive, D.L, 4070, Plan 12744  all -of' Group   1,   N.W.D.;   Lots  1 to 60" inclusive, D*L. 7255  and Lots 00 to-114. D.L. 7255  all of Group 1, N.W.D.; D:L  7022, ,D.L. 0214 (except Parcel A' esp. Plan 3187) and a  portion of D.L. 0082, Plan  13044; Lots 1, 2 and 21, D.L.  6214 and D.L. 7022 of Lol 3 of  D.L. 7022, Blan 13044- and D.L.  002 (except   Plan   13644),   all  of Group  I, N.W.D.  A��y pel-son' wishing furth-  Bi? ^nforbiationi in' ennnecUon  tylM,- Ui)t| j ifcpllpilifHyt ��� i|ho��. .  ripply dh-pptj-/ IP Sapdy Hdblc  Co.    Ltdu    1520   Wes  ty years. It was thought that a larger diameter pipe would be more suitable at  this time.  ���''-A4d���Mandelkaii -said��� he-eould--see���Hft~  reason to object for it  is not within Vil-  lag)- jcirisdicfibn. He said he understands  plans  call  for new  copper  pipe.  Council agreed to approve the roquesl.  MORE    ABOUT .. .  ��������� WaterJand tax  ���frpm  page  A-l  the  steady   growth   within   the   serviced  area. '  ,...,������ ......^^^  ���      ���, -  If rale reductions were to be considered, obviousjy 0111: deficit would be  larger audi ihOreeosUy.   \*T  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenomihotipncil)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Churph Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evonina Service 7:30 p.m.  Davit Bay Road and Arbutua  (2 blocks up from Highway} _  Baptist Church Services  BETH El, BWrflST CHURCH  ^Mermaid and Trgil, Sechelt  Sunday 5chodM0;tiO a.m.  AAorning Wc-rship 1 ]; ] 5 q.m,  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH   t- -Park JRd., Gibspns  Stinday School 9:45 am.  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby   '" " (JB85-280?)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS         -YOU. ^  'A  ue.  Any objeclion |o lids cliirn-,  ge should lie submitted in  wi'ilin/i to the undersigned hy  April 30 ,1071.     -  If there m�� no 'uhjoelions  by Hurt-' lime' Ihe nunie will  then  be chunked.  W. M. lINPKHW��O.I.)  Pislricr Suporinlendont  I'ori MiniHlor of, rilidiwuys  n��ilorl: M-nrtih 'ill,- 1071.  KiOl) Muiii Hired,  .  North Viriicoiivor,  Ih'ilish Cultiiiihia.   *  (11117-pnh. April 7,  14, ai, '70  |��M���p������  ���  '"*T*<.^   '' <  r"  CES3  y  3  Fli-f"1"  vvith tho ��lfioK hoMuilful now  !,M,  1 |q acfoiqq qtalofjotiB oqlora,  I'-OHM  No,  I  LAND  A(!T  NOTK'l'!- Uli' INTIilNTION TU  AI M'L V l-'nii A  '   ' mwom'yi'M oi,-1,  '(.JUOWN l-AND  In liiuid Kocoi'dluH lhnlrli.i  of Vii|)iioi|V((.-r mill iiiliinlo Pn-  luuiii    (Kluiolciiuii.'hiKilt    Nur-  I'llWIilt  11  'I'iiImi iiol|i!ii l|iiit. Ml'. I/Vuiili  Ziiliuiii   of   Mydrol'l,   Albi.-rlii,  ooiMipiilloi)  I'drnuir, lidniidn  lo ,  npply' for u   wiiloi'l'idiil   loimo  -  ill"   the   \tollowhlis  ��� dumirllind  luildii:,       ������  (!i-fiiiii-ni-iliii- til it f'oul iiIiiii-  TiTi i iww pnnr wrt dM-ir-  l||i)i|i:ii   :il)l|'   Nl'Ii   Iheii'.'o   MID'  NW| l|M.'ii<m W HW) UmiH.'"  fiillywIuK nhunilliiu lo point of  i'iiiniiii;)|i!iini<inl mid coiiiulii'  Jn/( '!'i tinyim, inntu uy hthn,   ��� :  Tho pui|ion<i lor wh|n|i Iho  il|ii|ioiill|oii In |i:i|u|n:d in Mihi-  illi.T (,'olhi'in. \  KHANK '//AHAHA  (icnild .Honor Hliidciit (ii|(i:iil)  | in I nil I )i,'i', ai-   1070,  ili;il'-piih;.'Miui.:|i III, Ap,1/, '71  yia   Strobt,. VfUH.-o.uvpr. fi,  B.C.  By direction of Hie Public  Utilities Commission, any objections lo this application are  lo he forwarded to the Secretary, Public Utilities Commission, 020 View Blreef, V|efor-  ia, B.C., lo be in his hands  oil or before April'31, 1071,  ., ,   (Imil-pub,   April   7,    (071/.  $10  BALLOON  -  Our -pediiili'ieiiiii' was   honored   wilh  a   surprisi:  lui-liin-  oulnl   dinner   /,'lvon   liy   llm-  pureiils   of   bin ' piilieuiH,    Be-  'fine he spu'l'i! he wiih prpsen-  leil   with   a  /���(ii'|(iiiiliiiui   piu-'l'  line of  bnlloons,  h's slocl'-in-!  iifule with (h'-^nidl Cry, Tlil.'  pronipli.'il Hu: iloi.'fur In h-ill u,i  nhoiil llm I'nlbi.T of one of hi;'  yoilDIJ,    piillenlH;    who     puiiiu  lii/ini;   from   wurl'   ono   niiilii  unil   im'ltod   Iiiu   wil'ii,   "Wow'ii  .lohnuy'i"'  "Hh'ii idiJI hlcll," uliu iiiiif.1.  "'I'lii! (loclor wai> horn In i'"  hjin   blduy.",  "Whirl .did Iho docloi' hlivi;  to iiuyV"  "NolhbiK nuu.'h."  "W��ll,"   Iho ,1'nlhwr 'imiii,  'T  hoii   he , I'.'H   mini hur   ono   ul  I liom; iI/hdiil-iI  b.'ij-ilhllur  hul-1  Inoiml"  K.  9.  lift  * This  csliibhshod  syslern is  overall  bin  rale stni��!urc Ihroindioiil (be  Ihe fairest diHlriliulion of t.jm  'den.\ " .       ������  Mr. Chairnuui, wilh these brief com-  niOlits I nibvo aix-pplanee of-. I his seelioii  of Ihu repnrt, piirlieularly notiii|{ the re-  qiiireiueiil  il   p|onsen  for  nitil-iiiii press -i-eloiisos.  If  Iho -Board   I  si-futesl 'Ihul   the-  water coniniillee be eiii|'owi.-rcd' to inaKe  ,|iuinu. uf   Iho   releases   before   tlio   next  iriH.    .' "    .���''''. '    "''    '''���  Board llioe  ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANAPA  SERVICES  St. Hilda'il, 5oclicf|, family Euchori!,! ?|30  o.rn. (2nd ond 4lh Sundoy), Holy Eucharist  ovory Suhdby pi fl.p.m,; 9;30 q,m, (|S| ond  ,Srd), fcypry Thmuhy ot  IQ o.m, Eyuni-ono  n| 7i30 p.m, (2nd ond 4jh Sundoy).  St.  Mary'i, Gordon  Pay,  |-|"o|y Eucho||��|���  11:30 o,tn, (hi ond 3rd Sundoy),  fumpnt. Iloly EuchoriM. 2 p.ip,   im ��nd  3id Suinloy).  Chitreli qt HU Pr��(fcneo~-Bo��lroof<��.  |"von-  ?f'|iri    3    p.m.    ovor    2nd    Sunday,    ||o|y  wr.\)i,iit,P 3 p,m,  oyeiy Alh Sundoy,  Prl����i--Rov. 1), Popplo, SficLlt flflS-9793.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events; is a $.ery|ce of SEGHELT A(3E|S��|E��  LTD. Phone pprtins-Mlqi Timi>5 direct fpr free listings, specifying ''Pato  Pfld". Plcpse note thpt space is limited pnd sorrip pdypnpo dates niqy^  hove tp y/ait their turn; also that this Is o "reminder'' ilstlnfl only and  cannot qlwqys- cqrry full details.  ^prfl 7���-B p.m. Si. Hilda's Hall. Sechelt (Borden C|ub (Vveetrpg.  April 7���12:30 p.m. sharp; Scehc|f tpatiQ-jiaril-P^ion H0"; TDP? Club.  Apr'/ 7���8 *rp.'^of'r.U'fjjpn'\is\i typ^.     '  April_8���2_ p.m. "51. ft'|c!a-'s_Hflll. Scc|i(-lt Hospital Auxiliary Meeting   April 9���t*- pm. Welcome Pcppb Hoii'PhI?II? Moeiipa. Arpo "W PitP;  paycirs Assoc|al|op.  April 13���5 p.m. lo 8 p.m- Sochpll Legion Ha||. f^pd Gross' Blood Donor-.  Clinic.  April  15���1:30 p.m. Sechell Ufjiop |-|al|. Sopjor Cl|izeps' Branch 69.  Regular Meeting.  April 16���2 p.m. Roberts Crock Legion Hall. |���A, Hazqar & Toa.  April 19���2 p.m. Health Colore Gibsons. Kcgular Meeting. Praneh 38  A.p.P.'A. ;,.  April 20��� 11;30 a.rn.'. 2 p.ph Sechelt \.ug\pp |-|a||. U.C.yV. Home Boko  Sale & Rummage Sole.  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' I , "^  Page A-4 The Peninsula times    *   Wednesday, April 7,1971  Attend church  1  5  ACCOUNTANTS  INFORMALITY.? will be the keynbte -of;  the Royal Tour of British ColMJnbift  by Her Majesty Elizabeth U, the Pnn��?e  Philip and Princess Anne, the Provincial Coordinator of the tour said in  9rtnouncing final derails of the official  , itinerary, L,J. Wallace General chairman  of the British Columbia Centennial '71  Committee and tour coordinator, said It  js* the Queen's wish to meet as many  British Columbians as possible during the  tour which begins on May 3 in Vancouver and'terminfttes there-on May 12.  '.There will be many opportunities for  children to see Her Majesty and several  informal walks have been included in the  program. A number of senior citizens arrd  outstanding contt-ihutors to British Columbia's development apd history will he  afforded opportunities lo meet the Queen,  Mr. Wallace said.  "-'^he visit by the Royal favnUy will be  i\ highlight of tbe Province's Centennial  celebrations,", he said, "While Her Majesty cannot visit every part of the Province on a nine-day tour, the itinerary will  include representative communities in  most parts of the Province."  ��� The  Official program  follows:  Monday,  May   3���Arrive    Vancouver  Airport   11:30  a.m.   arid   proceed   to   the  R6yafYacht Britannia at.the CPR Docks  in   Vancouver.   Britannia   then   sails   for  ' Victoria.  Britannia -arrives . at the CPR Docks  in Victoria Inner Harbour 7 p.m. and  tlte Royal Fami ly proceed by car to  Centennial Square for a welcome to the  City   of  Victoria.  Tuesday, May 4���Her Majesty will  reply to the official Provincial welcome  by Premier Bennett at ceremonies on the  Parliament Buildings grounds at 10 a.m.  followed by a walk- to. and around Heritage Court.'  At 12:30 p.m. there will be a Provincial j Govorenment luncheon for the  Ttnvnl.F'nmilv'-Bt  ihP R.vp,-pg��  t-Tr.to|      **���>***  by car ,fiiv UBC where she will ^tt^ncl' ��'  jiincheo\t. ' ..   -      .    "   .        ���      ii_    | ^  The' Queen tthd  Prince Phtjip arrive  at the Nq\v Westminster City Hall ..1.2-45"  p,m.  for welcoming  ceremonies;   Depart  City Hah for the Centennial Centre arriving at 1 p.m. for a Civic, luncheon,  The Princess  Anne  leaves UBC   li4S  p.rn. by helicopter and rejoins the Royal*-; Tel:  Party at the New  Westminster Centen-- \. -'  nial Centre, 2:15 j5.m.     ���        .'.-'-,  Leave the Centennial Centre 2:20 p.m. '  and proceed by car to Queen's Park t.o  attend, the May'Festival;.      ���';  Keave Queen's. Park at 3 p.m. and  promised lo Burnaby.    ,       .  Arrive Burnaby. Municipal Hall at  3:25 p.m: for welcoming cerenton.ies and  leave 3;-lf) p.m.' returning 4o Royal Yacht  Rritanhiu beflhed*iVkrngside .in New Westminster- Harbour.  , Leave Britannia by car at (1:30 p.m  and 'proceed lo the Hotel Vancouver for  a  Civic Dinner at 7:30 p.m.  Leave Hotel Vancouver at 8:50 p.m.  and  proceed   to  lhe   Coliseum   to   attend  ; RALPH Cv DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  ���  Telephone: 895-9515 . Telephone: 886-2912  S*CH6l.Tr BSC. GID$bNS# '&&'  y/, Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  APPLIANCE REPAIR  ���"���"���'������������!-7 -���'--"'-   ���">:��������"���������-"������"' '���������'"''���"���   -���"��� ���-���������i'*  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances^  JOHN BUNYAN  Davis Bay Phone 805-9318  ART* SUPPLIES r-  At 2 p.m. The Queen and Prince Philip  depart'by cor for visits to Duncan, Lady-  smith and Nanaimo. ^_ ��� J  -     -Al~3U\��-prm.r The Princess--Anne-de^  parts by tar-and thence by aircraft  for  Torino where she will attend ceremonies  at the new West Coast National Park. "  ^    The  Royal  Family  meet  at  Nanaimo  "���Airport at 5:40 pun. and return by air- to  Victoria   Airport   thence   by   car   to   the  Britannia, arriving  7  p.m.  In the evening Her Majesty will host  a private Dinner Party on the Britannia.  Wednesday, May 5���Depart Britannia  10 a.m. by car to Victoria  International  tfrtyort,  leaving for Cranbrook  at  10:55.  irrive Cranbrook Airport 12 noon and  leavfJ immediately'by car for Fort Steele.  Wrrfve   Fort    Steele   12:45   p.m.   for  a |our of tbe site arret lunch      , .. .  teave Fort Steele 2:45 p;jn. ariid Crf".r��*  brook Alrpsprtyp PMjOtffawMBftf&F  ^Ajxi-^eZiqaaUegat^AirpqrtlM-Iplirii^  Selkirk College to attend West Kootenay  ceremonies at 4:10 p.m.  Leave Selkirk College 4:25 p.m. arid  Caatlegar Airport 4:115 p.m. for Penticton.  Arrive Pentlcton Airport. 5:25 p.m.  and at Peach Rowl, Pentlcton for. a Civic  Dinner IM p.m, and after dinner , visit.  the British Columbia Square Dance Festival '):'i(Hun.  Thursday,-May fl--Luiive Perifii'lun ul  10 u.in, to Kelownu |iy cur urrlving tit  the Kelownii Oval for cercmonios ul'11  a.m.  ' LoriVo Kelownu 11 :M0 a.m. Ip Vernon  by cur arriving id the Civic Centi'-u fur  liinch l2-:��) p.tn, At hill) p.m. the Hoyul  Family Icuvo Iho Civic Centre uiiil prii-  cfjcd, to' I'ulHon I'lil-k tn ho'welcomed by -  the school children of t|io urea.  Lrmvii Vernon Airpnrl 2:05 rr.ni. for  Kniiiloups Airport urrlylng Sl:!��0 p,m,  Proceed immodluloly' for liivenilde Park  to iirrive 11:05 p,m. where the Itoyal Family will watch tho Fenllvul of Indian  Rands  and  Diincorit,  I .en vu IUvi-1'nidn Park for Knniloupii  Alrpprl id 'ii'lil p,m, nnd llHtircn to Vancouver.  A'l'lvd Vuncouvor Alt-purl li p.m. mid  In Hrlliinnlii tit Ol'lt Duclts,  In thu livening '1'hii Queen will I mul  ii prlvulo. dinner iui(| rut-option In lhn  Hoynl. Ynilil  Hrlluiinlu,  Fildiiy, Mny 7 ;Uiiiv<> Drlliinnln ((!|��|(  IxicltM, Vunciijivjur) for llm Qutwp'KUm*  l.liJlli/niuiilriMirrlvliiii; IIkii'm nl I0i4li n.in,  when- a t.'lllzunitlilp C.Vcinouy -will lulut  pllU'll, ' ���'���',���'  ,    ' Tlm  Qiiimi)   nud   prince   I'lilllp   leuvn  '��� llicQut'iiii KII/iiIh.IIi Tlieiiiro ul  ||;|[| ��,m,  mill prnciiiMl  to V/ilic��iiiviir ((,!||y 4I#i|I  ni-  ''lvh��H-lli<ii't��-iii'"-llil��o-u,m,--l,(ir-''w(ilcrtnilii|{  ���'oniiiioiiiiiit. Tin) Wu.rnn uimI I'rlpcn I'lilllp  ���    loavn nt  11',. noiiii by cur lur  Now  Wiml-  inlniiltii1.     ',. , ..,,,,  -^_T(l!',l4i;!!/l,MUAi.>W��LlMiiy��iiLui  KII/.iiImiIIi' Tliuulrc ul Hill) um. ,���K| pn,,..  hkIm-Io  l,h(t  now  CMC  hilllillnii  Mile  urr  cdj-Minniilim .und I'uivh'h CAW, liliildlnii iillu  the Provincial B'and and Choir Fes tiy a 1.  sponsored by the British Cohtmbia Ciov-  ernmenl   Cultural   Committee.  Leave Coliseum 9:45 p.m. and return  to Britannia.  '  Saturday, May 8���Leave Britannia and  New Westminster at 10 a.m. by car to  Fort  Lttngiey  arriving   10:45   a.m.  Leave Fort Langley 11:15 a.m. for  A bbol sf orcl   Airport   arriving   11:45   a.m.  Leave Abbotsford 11:55 a.m. and proceed by air to Fort St John arriving 1:40  p.rn. for welcoming ceremonies at the  Air port. .    t  Leave Fort St. John 2 -p.m.-by air to'  D'tfwsoi"   Creek    arriving   2:30    p.m.    for  welcoming ceremonies at the Airport.  Leave Dawson Creek 2:50 p.m. by air  to Williams Lake arriving at the Stampede Grounds at 4:15 p.m. to watch the  final events of the Youth's -Stampedes- -  -L i'i u v o     Wt444armi   Lake     StampwdG^  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies^classas & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  4Pine Rd. & Grandvlew Ave..  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  ������*���*-  AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  BICYCLES  grounds 5:15 p.m. to airport Jbr departure  to Comox arriving 0:15 p.m. The Royal  Family then proceeds to the Floy a I Yacht  anchored in Cofnox Harbour. At 8 p.m.  Britannia proceeds to sea. . .  ��� Sunday, May 9���Britannia arrives  Powell River at 9:30 a.m. and anchors.  The Royal Family disembarks and proceeds t.o an ecumenical church service  in Powell River returning to Britannia  for. private   cruise.  Moncluy, May 10--Britannia anchors  in Comox Harbour a.m. the Royal Family leaves Britannia at 10 a.m. for Comox  Airport.  Leaves Comox at 10:30 a.m. by air  for Prince George, arriving 11:45 a.m.  and proceeding to Park to arrive at 12:10  p.m. Welcoming'ceremonies in park.   iie*)V'i Park ��t 12:30 prm,..for airport  afed leSve Witgort at 12:55 p.m; for Prince?  ���J\apeiti^ru0r\n A-'-P-m,    ������-,    -  '  ������ i^f^'V/f-  A^iVA��0iiic^:Bmieri . AlrpiU't^-arioL-   , . {'-���----; :��� .  BICYCLES  SALES - REPAIRS - PARTS - TIRES ETC FOR  BICYCLES - MINIS - MOTOR CYCLES  Call Ouick Dick of Cycle Soles & Services ol the  -RfNTAL SHOP^^htiiwri88S^848^  IF DICK CAN'T FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YOUR  MOTHER-IN-LAW  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAIhb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 L, C. Emerson  R,R, 1, Sechelr, B.C.  PUIIPINQ $UPH.6ES (cont.)  TWIN CREEK LUM8ER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808'       '  When You Need Building Supplies  ,. '. Give Us A Coll  ~FR:EE. ESTIMATES      .  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist - Fine Custom Furniture  Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry Remodelling  R.  BI.RKIN      .  ROBERTS CREEK, B.C.  Phone 866-2551  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LtD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Do* 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274       ,  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specially  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco _ Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH   -  Phone 886-9505  Box"5'Z2T- Gibsons, B.C.  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes    ," -  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box  172, Sechelt, B.C.  Land Clearing. Land Development  Ruud  Puildinu,.  Ruud  Wotk  &SAI^D^E_SEff5  \'J      ANN'S COIFFURES  - ' . ���  Jir^the Bal Block  ���;"'���"��� "Next to the Co-op Store  Gihsons 006-2322  ������:'"''   T-    -ti    ,.,���:.,,  .;  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Complete  Hairclressing Service By  Professional Staff.  Cowrie Street  Phone 885-2818  HEATING  GIBSONS HEATING  INSTALLATION - SERVICE  Furnace and.Ho(.-yVq'er Tanks  Oil or Gas  Free Estimates - No Obligation  Phone 886-7380  Jock Currie, Box 587, Gibsons, B.C.  PLUPv-lBING  T  tr  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  ������ Plumbing- Ptpofming - SteamflttlnG  Hot Water .Heating - Pipe Lagging   "  '    FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 086-2040  2!  CENTALS  "RENT IT AT"  v   THE RENTAL SHOP ' ��� ' '  at Davis Bay  "We Rent or Sell Almost'Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting* Plants - Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools !  PHONE 885-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  !���        ���    I    I    II       .    HIIJIII I.     l|l .        .,,  HEATING fikSHEET METAL  HALL SHEW METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  proceed .'lo CoiM'thAuse arriving 2:45 p.m.  Froiri Cmirthou.se lo IroHpital for opening  ceremunieH und lo Fitilrernian's wharf fti--  riving  11:25   p.m. -    *    ="��  I'lmhiirk   in   Fish   Houis. ut   ',i:'M)   p.m.  (ind  |)i(K'(H!(l lu Digliy  Islmid Ferry Slip.  l.<(t(tv(i  I'rince  Huperl   Airport. ��l  ���l;0f'  p.m.-'I'm' Snndspir,   Qutx-'it   C'Iuu'IoIIr   Ih- "  ,litnd��  mriving A:W   pm.  Lituvn SundHpil. ul ft:OS pm. nnd proceed In Comox arriving (1:10 p.m.  l,(nivit ("niriois Airport til litis p.m, ond  drlvu Ihiuugh Comox, Courlu'nuy und  CiuiiIiiiiIiiikI i-nlurninn to I'niuiiirl'n at  .,7'in ��� p.m, Hrlliinuia ''wuIkIih anchor ond  pi'ocitcdn io sen.  TiKwIuy,  May   II  -Arrlva  in   Victoria  - (tlinard Hritannia u| ;i;r}() p.m. At 4 p.m.  Prlncii I'lilllp  will   proH'inl   thu  Dulte of  Itldlnlnirgli  AwnrrlH ahoard  Hrilanrila,  At Villi) p,m^Joav(! Hrilannia for I>Iri-  nor   it|  Cliivoriiinnnl   lloimo   wlioro   Ihir  MaJuHly will npcnl' on national loluviHion.  Iiinivo   ClovurnnHtuI   llouoo    al    Klimi  p.iii, anil rdturn lo Hrllann'ia. ���,-   ,  '  Hi'lliinliiii IcnvdH at lOi'lfi pint, for Vancouver,  Wdilntimluy, May Ki���Mrllaniila arrlvrtu  Vanciiiivor (li'lft  a.iii, A....  Hoynl l<'ainily Inuvn Mrlliiinilii al II inn  and in'iHxxid't 1o_ VanCouvci' Airport m -  rlvliii! Ihiirn at. Il":ft(l a,in,  l.onvn Vnni'fMivltr hy njr id II a,in,  raiCEiLAYif-JGi  A. SIMPKINS      ^  Box 517 - Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2132  BUILDERS  SE  Steam Gleaning  faslomont ^Equipment  Services Ltd,  Portable Sloam Cloanlno Sorvlco  tor     ,.  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Gravel - Fill - Top Soil - Bulldozing  Loader - Backhoe -Trucks  Phone 883-2240  PHONE 805-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading-Fill- Rood Gravel ��� Crushed Rock  Phone; Sechelt 885-9550   .jLa._-i___.iX it.*Jl.. a_^  PRECAST CONCRETE  SiTPTIC TANK INSTALLED  GOVERNMENT. APPROVED  FREE ESTIMATES  Excavations - Drainage - Ealerlines Etc.  Business Phone 806 2231  Home Phone 886-9579  ELECTR8CIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.      '  Residential - Industrial ond Marino Wiring  , ("loclrlr. |t��al - Una V/oik  __       , Phone 886r7244       .  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No d.own payment  Phone 885-9494  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ��� 10 Yeors To Pay  * Light. Plumbing  Roy Blanche Madeira Park  RESTAURANTS  EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Open 9 a.m. to the last Ferry  Home" Cooked Canadian and  European Dishes '  JOE AND MARY FRASER  Tel; 883-2747  RETAIL STORES  883-2401  883-2778  C _ S HARDWARE  " SEGHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS .  Phone 885-9713  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Chi Idren's Wear  HORSES  FOLARON-PARM-  HORSEMEN���      -  Excellent facilities available to you lor boarding  and riding. Individual uaddocks. Also registered  blood stock for-sale.  R.R, 2, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-7729  -SEWIWG^AC  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  ., i  .Sprqy PyffJngj., Wlod.PW.C|QpnlnQ���  '���** ��� m&*$mrm>QtmZ  Phone 886#131 - Gibsons, B,C*  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Papor Hanging, intoriar & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning..All types of Building  Muinluriance. Fluor Installation.  , Window Cleaning.  PHONE 88S-9713 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sacholt, B,C.  FENNELS  Open six day's a week  Phone 8jB5r-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  WNES���  S  Berniag���8< ��� Omega  Sales, Parts., Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKE?  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  B^ACCESSORIES LTD,  Fishing Supplies - |3pqts new and  Used .,, Large & Small  885-9819 Sechelt  SURVEYORS  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  'i'  Free ^stlmptes  Phono 886^-7477 - Gihsons, P.C.  J  COli ZUIDEMA  i r1 I  Pnr All Your Renovqljon^, Repair'!  and Cab I not Work.. ,���  Phono 885-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - pRB-PAB HOMES  .-,��������w.L.,���',.,t lltjlt Qiiollly^.,.r.M4i<|"wiiaW(iJ''flcos^^^,ra  Huy u  I'ur.kdun and mm:! II ynun>��i|f, nr fj��t  nut |<ru|(tn<i|nii(il  > i  ^.���^y^^.7^^;  I  See our heaatifu  \ants  oweM  "Wo Wlro Flowors  7oT"��'aster ���  i  Special Faster  ^Arrangement -    .  GARDEN PAY, 0,C.  He.,  Phono 003-27513  JIM McKENZIE  CLGCTRICAL CONTRACTOR, ,   :  Dolnuslfc hislallotlons and Miriji-r  A|'i()llance 'Repairs  PHONE 845.-9,978,j  Box 387/ Socholt, D.C.i  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ..'Wiring,  Suppllm. -  IlloolrU:  llwil  Sochoit - Phono 005-2062  ''arylng llin SunUiIno Cum! Im u '|ii'uil(i| r:r/rilury   FOUR=OEIGHT   BOARDING KENNELS  Franr.oB Avonuo ��� Kudrnolfs Road  HALFMOON PAY, B.C.  Phono 885-9469  , -.. H��IV/*M>f"l���. ��� . "  ') n m,-l I'n rn,   -. fi pin-f. p.m.  /  IViACHIN  FUEL  Zc  AN AD! AN  ROPANE  CUSTOM KITCHENS  Ganaral Flnlih Carpentry  All work pnrforihod on''iho job  your rwiltuials,  'WILL GO ANYWHERE ,  Phono 006-9593  rwllh  -L_.  WOULD YOU MK��-  An  uddllinni'  An  nlloiulloni'   A  RcpdlfNi- A n��w lloor---wimlo'rt fl  ,   Mp-ipltnl?        ,  VVR pO |T ALl,  WINDMILL CONSTRUCTION LTD,  n��w  1101111?  Z^hlll   ryLliritl a  ^Ju  Sacholt  ouwrd c/f  "WEDDINGS OUR SPnCIALTY''"  mmmm^m&mmmmsp  KM It A  ��� **.,00 f  Phono 085-9455  livlliii'n I uiidliiiif H.C,  |-i-ii<i Mli.'|.24M  I ��Mty��j iritiwi<i�� fil'lludxtur frt\<'l<HH,  Pfon book ('volti/No  'Innnliij- ovilMoiK*',  BUILDING SUPPLIES  t*mm*Mwmw*m*mm&am  i  READy*MlH CONCRETE AND  DUILDIMQ SUPPLIES  Your On* 6lop Hu|UI|na St^r*  lorAliyourMulMlnot-lood-t     ,     '  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  '1653-Soovlow* Phono 0H6-W4?.  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'"   ,  IMPERIAI   ESSO AGENT  006-9663 - UopMnt Landing  ~*~ ' "T" ���"  r���  ������ FURNACES Z>'-' ���:,,.,.,,:. :.:,':.,,,,:���  PARK I NSON'S MRATINQ LTDr~ ���  amsoHS  H5SQ OIL FURNACES  Mo drtyrn puyipi.pl - f!tr/k InforMl  ,..,[-  1��n yoointo i,.iy        ,'\  Owploio llnft of opplloncfti        i  fo�� II0M Mflmafft���Coll 00(5-2720  At Iho Sign of lhn Cfiavron  HILL'S MACHINE SHbP  ft.MARINE SERVICE LTD,    ,  Mor.lilnti Shop -��� Arc and Ac|y Woldlno  Sluol l-nliilcolliHi ���- Mnrlno Woys  Auloiiioilvo nnd Morlnfl Kopolrti  Standard Marine Station  PIi.hiu U06-772I        Do., 000-9996, 006-9324  MARINAS  QIPSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD,  at ESSp MARINE  Gu|,. P|n��ii| |i((ipnii��. Wdldlnti  rvltitudu SolflN ��� OMC I'uilfc t\ Jxirylca  ��_-_���-��*__��� L._��J.*f7ni��. I.. JhmI lf.ig_P_.^.___TO_-^wJL_.   Phona 006-7411 Gibson., D.C,  Madeira Marina Ltd,  pHfiliirslori    '  rYJrirndn O.M.C, ��� K/i<*. llniiinof/lnw. - tiunllnnr  J>pilnii Mok nod flnn-mr.  Alw |'|uin|;|nu rnuniiM oiifl |''|��|uffl-|,  Pondor Harbour - Phono 003-2266  NUBS|ERY___.J  MACK'S NURSERY  < Roborts Crook  1 ���-��� M/HirlllHi: COAfiT IIKillWAY  I uncKruplou - filiiuln - f'ldll Ttnm * rudllUflr  ��� Ilnrry |'|nr��M ��� Mml'lirifrl'l'-fil-t" N^��t-Hi'm " ;  fully I Ir(irii-fid hyiilrilrld !>nr/iylii(" fftr  londi-rnplof) nnd licin  Pl.ono 006-2604  ��� "   ,     .-'���.��� t ���  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyor*  Marine/ Building - Porpoise Hoy  v Sechelt, B.C.  005-2332 or ZEnith 6430  r *       '. '.    'i  I1  , i ��� ���'';���   HARPOUR TAXI LTD,      Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil arid tfepqlrs,  2A  Hour Taxi, and Wrecker Service,  Garden Bay Rd., Pander Harbour, B.C.  V Tel; 083-2414  TIRES   "    ��� .       :,  COASTAL TIRES  Siituhlno CoaM Hlal'Way  Bon 13, QIMons, B.C, - fhona 004.3700  ,     SALES AND &l:|<VICf.;,  All'Brnnd* Avollnhln  Moii(|oy io S'tiunlny fltUO o'.rn. to ir.'M) p,m.  l:iidoy oVdiilno Uy oppoinlininl only.  ���-��� ��� ii,'  ,. , *,  Towi{!a_ ^:-j __ ; ���__  Scowi ��� Logi N  SECHELT TOWING A SALVAGE  LTD.  Ilnovy |:(|iil|jiii(int Movlno'^ l-or|.'lnwlno  '      i., 11Idas  Phono BBft-9425  tRANSFKR  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E,  DECKER,,OPTOMETRIST  ','     Bal Block - Glhioni  Eyory ���Wwlhofxlay    ,  006-2240  LEN WRAY'5 TRANSFER  llouwliold Moving, l'0ck|ri(j. Slof��g��  >�� l'(" Hnn (MolHilold !;ur !>o|��  M��inl"ir of AHlwd Von Un����,  Coiiodo'd Md, I Moyorn  Phono 0062664, R,R, 1, Glb��on-j, B,C,  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,   WAMHOUMfi  Sochoit 005-2110 - Gihiont 006-2173  'PAII.Y IjIiKVICI; fllOM VANCOUVIM  fctftVlNQ IMHWCIHLI flHINSUIA  f'ulllllMfn pi onywliiirti In Coriodo,  anrtaral  Pr��l|jlil,  MW-'�����<!  ��n��f  l����flV|l   ft��Mflo||  ~w^TIiAU"TAY;'<rA*ttTA^i:::" "^  Phono       .      ��� .    '  005-^048 Anyllmo '  /  i,.'  i  u^PMIEMaia^J.J Lji..  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTER,/  AND DRAPERIES *  f'flup|-q|-tflr!nn'�� PflMyllnn �� Cnrrtpfet*" .prnpory  ' 5��ry|r;�� . Sqinpln'. Mioy/n In llii l|0ino   . ���  Phono 086-2050 affor 6 o,m,  or 006-20/3  )  �� rf4_tla4k. **^^m.*m_Jty. <*_*, 0*0,0^*1.000*,** +*** +0- ** k*�� *l ^��.J  ,M,0000.10 t����4_,i,  *��^-^^-��-Vw'^^^J(*i*-*'��i***^��',9w,*,i<^'*^-^^^'��^ (Mi ����**,���^M*-<-wn ������-/���**��������� 0mm-M^^��^r*i^\Ht^ii0Ht^0'if\f^mntfKf\ **..  ff  * f.   i> * ���  *N �����*' t,  *f��*-��<l  ,*--_,  l*0^W*y*V*Mn***J*i0*.��*.*rrvl  "   -    *      ,  Paul Si, Pierre  f-*-���-. v.  r^Lefter fwm 'Parliament Hill  OTTAWA���The 'stents  \vho  have  never ���  been caughtt     - ,   - ���  Recently, Homso of Commons debated  an 'tmendirient to the Criminal Code dining Private- . Mem-  hura' hour. Iii this, as  in " all- dfcbiitci-, Mr..  Speaker oI'Iovk -no  opinion's on lite' sirti-  ject.        '  'lowover. on this'  day, the ������ a c t iuu  spoalcer was Jean-  Thomas llichard, a  veteran .lyiP first -  elected, to the House  of Commons in, 1045,  '���; Mr. Richard -hke-s  to offer dW'ncea"3tonal comment upon the'"  affairs of man. He did so at the conclusion  of lhe debate.       ���. " ; .  He followed tradition by refraining  from commentrng on the substance of the  debate, but as a general comment upon  crime and punishment,, lvi_ weie. good  words: As recorded in Hansard of Manh  XI, 1071, page 45'37, they read:  "\Vhen some fellow yields to temptation  And breaks a conventiifhal law,  We look. for-w>"'good b^ his makeup,  lint 'Lord, huW we. look lor the flaw.  Jo one asks, "Who did the'tempting?,  "Nor allows for the bal I les he's fought.  His name becomes food for the jackals,  The saints who have never been caught  "I'm a sinner, O Lord, and I know it..  1  am. weak, and I blunder and fail.  I  am tfrssed on  life's stormy ocean  Like a ship that is caught in a gale.  .  "I am witling to trust in thy mercy,  To  keep the  commandments   thou'st  taught,  But deliver me, Lord, from the judgment  Of lite saints who. have never been  caught.  LETTERS" FROM HOME      ���      '    ' :  Dear- Sir: Please excuse my use of a  xerox form letter but 1 have decided to  ,send a letter to every MP. from British  Columbia. ������'  According .tn a front page story on the  final edition- of Tlie Vancouver Sun, of  March   1IL-107I,   no  MP's   from   British  jind  YOUI:  ���   ���"> f"    >   ���     s*.*    1       -. *   *\l\.i\  rif*"*   ."-.i-.l*"      I-   1' ,     -.���"�����< '"Pit-- *l"r   '    O'Vl.f ' i~      sl+* * "''���!#!  'V^V*-l*-"k-4-**^"��--<***'jS'^V3^��'^^ .  J  <J  r  '?���  1  r^  fi  iW.  *��� \i  'A  "i/  _ I  f  ��� I1  il5  . f  i  ft!  Mil  ii  ��� -���/1  t   i ,  /��������*���  Mr    ���  I.ZZZ-  i.  j  ii  \  Columbia supported David Anderson in  his allempt to iiave Parliament authorize  funds for- the Environmental Pollution  Committee to hold public* hearings in  JAjmcouyer and Victoria on the issue of  pi) lankeia travelling off the-^cuasf-uf���  this province. If true, this is really shocking .  I would appreciate learning from you ���  whether you feel there was some justification for this episode.  \ Yours  truly,  Mr.  X.  Dear Mr.  X, I   :       r/'       -  I have your fornl letter of March 19.  Whether or not' public hearings " iir  nfitish Columbia would have helped the  cause at this time I don't know. Neither  do I know whether or not witnesses could  more exp-idjlinysly haye been .brought  to Ottawa frnitr the Cdast. Tiiiii is ti mat-   ,  itu-" htr- Iho MpittrpiMea -pOncefrn'-c-������*ip.�����t-st  <  doclflQ, ; Tlie������.' -yiews   pf: thp   ac-'vorrirneut ,  House Leader- and Opposition party house  leaders aro also  a  mailer nf  consideration. These considerations include whether  -one or another committee is most appropriately seized of ?i Hludy, and wltelher  the pressure of cuuiinifleu work in Ottawa  permits Hie ahsence of the MPs forming  its ii)<)inbcrKhi|) at a parlicillar lime.  In llic case of Dave's move, he yv-  ceived support only from the seconder '  of his niotioii( co-chairnian Phil (livens.  No oilier, iiieinhcrs of his couirniltC'f" foil  obliged lo call lor a vol-). The Opposition  House  Leader, askei'l  llinl   the motion  be  .set anUli! fur fiirllrnr Hludy.,The chairnian  "'''h" I'l^niV- WJiitkjlL'll.Jt��Hi��!irf.luH ''oni-  riiillirirex|TresTi(Til HoiriiT~roHcTi"ViVilVM'rTil��7/iii  llic Irili, The New Dcniocrallc Parly  lloiisi! ,l.,(ind(..|' offered no'i'iirniiioiil and no  MPs of the opiiiunlioii iifl'eriid supporl,  llndfir lhn clrciinuVlimciwri Inlnl- lliis  Ih a iimilcr diwu-vhiK 111(1111(11.1' rathci Hiiin  iiniliiul   jud'ii.oiueulti. ,  As lo Hie Iniiirpai'lianienlary tlroup  which |s to visit WnslihigKiii, || wiuins  to mi! Ihul Da vu Ijt a' logical nuleclion for  liicinliiimhlp, But, IliiSn, I fell the munu  way iiIhmiI inysclf wluni I wan not llivllml  lo join tiucli a hjp in dl/icush Audio pollu  fuel   Ihul   I  I'iIh- Piirlla-'  Icly lliioui(h"  nol   nlwayii '  fiirniitiim  Irs truly,  Piorrii, MP,  'uiiKl-riillcolIri,  ll  ���***>  ���ll  if  ���it'  >-?  1 V hH^:'-Z  1  'I  <  ,'i :i  i  t��  ^\._  ji.  Congratulations  Relations, Mr! U.A.S. Lanskail, left,    "   " " '  ,'"  is seen cpngiatulating M.J. Harris,  co-Gliairman of the Port Mellon 1970  Plant Accident Prevention Committee and Jim Munro, steam plant and  recovery plant    superintendent and  To saietv award . . .  eommifeterv-on-  theif successful 1970 safety record.  Mr. Morris, centre, is an industrial  pipefitter, Local 297, Internatipnal  Brollierhood of Pulp and Paper Mill  Workers.  Port Mellon gains  9Qfesl :,jniU in B-C^iw.��.W7Q.  1070'was a year of both groat significance and pi-compHshmen't tor the eiri-  ployBes* hi Canadian Koresi J'roducls Ltd.,  Howe Sound Pulp Division al Port Mp|lon  in that the inlil was able to complete  approximately 14 mouths of safe ��pporu-  lion with (inly If,minor lost time accidents  fo its f)0(| emp|i>yu(!K. This resulted in lire  Port .Mellon mill being recognized as lhe  safest priiiiaiy pulp and papci- mill in  M.C  There warn  industry in IM  work force of  ,| In rociignitlop  siieciiir |ian<|iii."  a  sent a  las  Hi mills operaling in lhe  diiriiiK 11)70, with 11 total  approximately   11,11(10  of this. accoinplishuKinl,  and rudely award -'pro-  Inn was held lo honor  lloii liigliiliiliuu, ilci.pllii the  had llinl ralmid llm Iskijo ip  nn'ill and had puiHiicd It pu.hr  nut lln I'lniise Mi'Hiti-fi ant  aiTiiiiidiil In mill inillvldual  mid opinion;, hi'ic.  ������ ',   > Paul  HI,  (  *       +      . ���  THi; I.ONRf.Y MOMENT  A day Idler J found mymnlf In u ulinllar  M|liiiilVi'))v:"A",/ii'/|ii,ii'l|jji',H'K,rair|iypi!��i', ,   Ih'glniihig -wllli  a   l'uiiiiiioiih   Hpnocli-  .liuiiiiiiy VlIi nnd following HiriMifOi imiiiiiii-  01111 lil'iiidliiK Coinnillliin linailngM, I had  linen'iillii(ikfii/( MHi'llomi nf tho flnvcrii-'  ���.inont'M-r'rH*l|lu-MU(|~.tJli��l|��iii/4~nuir-.��-~^^4  Thin niiim lu lhe 'lent Monday, March  tt'J,, wImmi I moved to ninond tliir*M||| al  Wind Im calloil lire llopurl Hlagu, HIk  lilhi't Mln.'i'iil MI'h'nine, an l|in,riill|H nay,  "iincpvcrnd, In llmlr plum" to riirci' a  rocoi'dad volii! ,  1 lluwi'var, when llm ii(oni'iiil lo record  Ihu vnlo arrlvnd, Miuoh !/.:��, al rihoul .'bllll  pill,, Koine nf (he wlK.,((Vic|di.iil,.l|ui(. tluiy  djiln'l I'livof my imiaiiiliijciil And oHiom,  nut nil of whom I'luiil cvnr niiolioii wllli  oil llm tmlijiTi (ail I wa'n lo dim  '���lili'd Ihal l||iay w/nld  Apai'l from a iiiuldnii upi'pvh,  hn/��N an MPn lonnll'.'i.l oiuiiicnl   w|mn Im  rliiori lo' v��|o lor Hiuh a motion, riol ivy,  lain  Ihal   a "Ingle loan  among  hln cnl  Ica/pm-i will ilmi with hlhi  : Tlm.JMwyii^ ypiiPiiJmJhUi <iim....rniMi   HlliilillaiieoiiHly, Toill <h"ldn ol ItlellllKind,  Mod Oriiirgn t)| llm MiirihwciH Tcrillnrh-s,  Doiig Hogiol of- New Wi'MltiiinHlor, nod  .'ohii,(|(e|(| .from Knnoni Kahiy-Hivor hi  Mnr<|i��TP  Opiafli)   The  /mil   wlm  vob.'d  VJUtu in [lm,Uppi,kllPiti.phiiiu��rti,y^lUmt^  v",,'1i(..."/{��)o�� 1 fijipym.ihp'mK.M.jnjUp.  /loi/d IraillHon uf lhn adveiMiuy ayHloui  of govo/mrm/il, ,    (  Taking tho king v|(iw, which Iw nol  *i had way i/f eopliig w|l|�� toolliftchos,  hafjl!liiplc|��M( />r��/</i/i|��(,"|<(it iipd olhei' l/i-'  H'opv^/uw/iclos, II tiiiutpit In 'pm lhat imllher  l/avn'n actlo/ia nor tpinu vftitti hlippm nn  which \lp> hlfdo-> of tiMtiudw iiwJng",  h�� uiccaslnn  Tuesday evening, March '10th, al  Ihe  Heaside- Holol, Pot;l Molloii.    "   ���  Mr. li'. C Hhorman ranidunl uianagor  of lhe P(irl Mellon upttiiillon, acted as  di hi iimiii Im- tho livening.  Mr. D,A l->. l-tuiskoih presldorit, ��� Pulp  and Paper Industrial Kclallons liurcini  prciieiiled lliu Pulp and Paper Industrial  'IjtclalluiiK   Human  .safely   liuphy^joliilly  10 Mr, .Ml, Munro   l-honni Planl and Hue  11 very | Input Uimn! Mtipel'lnltilidi'iil niid  chairman, of llm H��VH Planl Aei'ldoid Prevention Cuiiiiiilllcu, amj Mr II.I Morris,  ludiislrlal PI|iol|lli'i, Local '.'117, Inleiiiii-  II111111I Hi'Mi|mrliiioil of Pulp, Hiilphiln.aiid  Paper Mill W'likcrs and en I'halriiiaii of  the 11)70,P|ai|l A(iiililniil Proveiilloii f'oni-  \��sAmim^SiSi3iSXti^SX  millce.  lii mjiltinti Iho presentation, Mr. LanSt  vjtaii termed lhe null's performance a most  significant acconiplishmen) and an iiit-pir-  alion to the rosi of flic induslry. lis noted  that this could only have been possible  with Ihe mutual eo-operalion uf the coin-  pany, the Union and all employees, lie  also noted Ihal while the industry frequency ayerage was IJ.rg), Howe Hound Pulp  Division showed a rale of only H.B3-  nearly HOll'Ji. holler than the industry  average. In addition, lliu mill showed a  fi0l)';<    improvemonl   ovtjr    Ihe  preceding  : .Mi'. Ii'red Cni-.I(V .pn.'Hidb'hh Local WI,.  .lii!.(.inni!l.i.iiii!l..Hi:i/lli��i'r hp.o.d uf .l'nli>,..ff!il-  p'hllo and Papoi- Mill WorkeiH offered  congratulallon on u job well dohu and  hfisl wislies for cuntiniiod success, He  silggeidedlhal in safely, holli uiuVli'nnd  tiianaKoniciil worn' indeed wuilwnnlcs arid  thai the iiniini was pledged In participate  in safely al all, luvpl'i, He ..staled , Ihal  'allilk|ile in foremost In a NUi-cciiiilul ital'ely  program',  Mi', .1. H .liirvls, asslHlanl hrtlm chairman of lliu Hoard, (.'auadian Forosl Pinil  nils Lid, 1,luted thai Canadian k'oresl  Proiluels |s' lifdnwl proud of Howe Hound  Pulp Division's nifoils In winning llic  awiird, lie staled that safely Is of Iho ul  most hiipoi'lapt'c to ('anailian Koresl  I'lniliiiiii and espiiiMicd |i|h appieciallon  to llio nal'ii|y eoiniiilllee fay .llmlr oI'Ioi'Ih  �� /  J  >  'fl  Wednesday, April 7. 1971 The Peninsuld Times  Pago A-5  Part Mellon  .*. '.-�����������  Auxiliary ffas]  followed Centennial theme  mmrnmsmmssr&  over) de  1'  II la per  I'l'lll  'V-,1  ;:pi'  1  -  t7\\  "n  ^n  �� >i 11  H '  1  11 \i  '!  --J"  ^  \\U/'  V*  Ip r  FRIDAY, APRIL 23# 1971 - 11:30 pIm.  CTV ORITI6H COLliiVlEHA TrJ-EVlSION  i ���  4 Blackout Games with $2,000  in Prizes each games  plus Final Jackpot with $4,000 Prix��  MINIMUM PRIZE $30 CARPS $1.00 Enrli  :   ���-'   ,- '     "       ��� ��� ,       ; '   ���     '   '  '  ALL PROCEEDS TO LOCAL LIONS-GIM AQflVfTfEf?  TICKETS  AVAII-APIJ AT/  Finido, intQantom Rarlior  Shop  - ���" -;;;��� ^-SBCrH-lf-'Age-Telet  Sd'oor-Vofu laibion*)  fjonnori, Fiirnltiiro  R&M Grocery & Confoctlonory  Wo&|orn PrMgi (Gfl��ion$)  cr"\  y-  Twin CrscN Utrnhor (QIMoiiii)  Coi-plb��ll'�� VorMy  family Mail  Village fcnta '  Gull piffWloo Supolloi  Mnrfdmll WpIIi (Gllnoni)  tm*pm mnt^mrn'm* +*0*  T���f-f  Y  -ram Rewarded  Knui'teeii tupnlhs OF s^t'e opei^fciqn  wilh only |)-.i;ee..n-(jnor'J.QSt:tirTi6 ac-  ciden'tB Was rewai'ded with a special  banquet and safety awgi'd l^st week  at Port Mellon where guests and  members of the Canadian Forest  Products I\td- Howe Sound, Div. Safety Coirimitlee iparned the mill has  been recognized as the safest primpr  vy pulp and paper rrijll in the province. From left: Mr. H:\V- iNfacdon-  ald, general manager pi pulp production and sales, Canadian Fofes/t products Ltd. Mr. -J.B. .Jaivis, assistant  to the chairman of the Board, Ca-  nad 1 au ��� Forpsf Produet&,I4d, Mr. H.  JMviteris,infjus'trial [%efitter, Local  297. Jiife'natipnar 'Brotherbood of  Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers apej cbrchairman qf the 1070 Plant  Accidetii Prevention Committee. Mr.  D.A.S. Lanskail, president,' Pulp>~ahd  Paper Industrial Relations Bure'au.  Mr ICC. Sherman, resident manager, Ganadian Forest Products Ltd.,  Hl^VH^outid^^l^^w^euH^^^Mel^  Ion, B.C. Mr. F. Corley, president,  Local 297, International Brotherhood  of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill  Workers. Mr. JR. Munro, steam  plant and Recovery Department^superintendent and co-chairman of lhe  1970 Plant Accident Prevention  Committee. Mr. P.J.G. Bentley, executive vice-president of Canadian  Forest Products Ltd.  m.KEBPINC' wit-jV the-titrnteptijijl *l'|m-|ip,  Porl IVtelloii ifos-pitiU ^i^iflaw Fashion- Show too'lt. a gljpipse intp uio past  whop models; presepibcl poriotV cpst'ii'inps:  at" part til! tlio very dclitjhtfui display. .  -.- Tho A|,iiuy.\j_Fastiipn ..$.]ow was again  a treniendoiiB sticccs-r bpUi Irom ii fund  I'ltsirifi tintt .pptertainmenl vitivv-pqint,  with, local and rji+t pf the district iTier-  (jhan.ls ('oritri'biitihg yajtiablu support.  The Dr-iftwpprl,I, Players entertained  during   the "first .intermission   wilh   two  skits',.' l)  ftnor prize winner^ Were: Calopa  wines, Mrs. fyl. Freer; flower arrangetrrept  by Flnwej-lairve Florists, I-.. Kennedy,  Port Mellon^pup and'saucer from- Birks  arid Sons Ltd., \V��� Docltaf, Hopkins Landing. Nut bowl,- donated, M. "Crosby,  Hopkins Landing; beauty cologne from  Vananda boauty counsellpr, L. Kennedy,  Port. Mellon.  ��� *  ,Members of the committee presenting  |he show were: Margaret Gill, Dpre.cn  Dockar, Phill" Wesftto, Mary Kinne, Margaret Swan, Gladys^ Kooth and. M on a  Smith. "���  Contributors included: Flowerlaine  Florists, Henry Bjirks and.Sons Lt'd.,'K.elly.  r-pii|?as(arid Cp,�� Ltd., 13 C. Telephone Co,  Paloii^:Wines ttc), Frasei- Vul|ey Dairy  apd" Vaiiiir'da . Beauly  CounseUpi-.  (sponsors . included fashions 'by- Qod-  darcl's Fashion Centref Mt-x Dodel^ Furs  Ltd., Don's'Shoes Ltd , and Marine Men's  Wear. Hair style/ wete liy Sunnycrest k  Salon and mak-tip by Vaiiatirla Beauty  Counsellors. . '  .: '. Commentator was Mrs Porucn Dockar  with Mr- Norman L 13(5yd -giving the ���  canimentary .\vhich accompanied the  . riiodeijing pf furs. Musical arrangements  were by Mrs. Dorecn Dockar and Mr.  Reg Garnqby.  Modelling ladies fashions were; jjpan  Carnaby. Biii Elwood, Evelyn Gokool,  Ann Hansen. Hila Hmeks. Alice Inglis.  Candy Harrison, Penny Latham, Dorothy  Love, N"an Stevenson, Elin Vedoy, Bulb  Weston  and  Eleanor Wolvoitnn **  Gentlemen models were; W Edney,  K. Gallier, F. Love, Bcv Dennis..Mor-'au,  B. Oarriuthers and L- Sherman.       ;  Tn thapkihg lhe public for support,  the Port Mellon Auxiliary members expressed, gratitude, fpr the help which  makes their donation to St. Mary's Hospital possjble. -  1 f.  AN OFFICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE  PRACTICE OF LAW AT SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.,  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  "PHONE  885-2161  !  �� ',  r  ���  Mountain retreat  in Himalayas  A handsome new hotel is  . going up -��� Hotel Everest.  View ��� at a place called  Khurnjurig. at an altitude pf  j 13,000'"fept''here in the HJ17W- -  !-tey%.,,l!���. M m hm's trek  nprth pf JNTarpehe Bazdn the  wefU-ktioWn Sherpa town and  the starting point of many an  Everest  expedition.  The hotel jsjjeiiig birit with  Japanese collaboration and the  managnmitf will |)o in Iheji-  hiprdfj. Allhuugh beipg Jiiiill  in a remote mid iiinccessible  region, l|ie hotel plans lo accommodate I .wo. dozen people  al a lime, and will have every  modern I'nclllty. All rooms will  hi; air-i.'oiidilioned and oxygen  wil| lie n vnj I a I ilc mil only  pdrlnlili!, hul also on Imnd nl  every -liudtddo.  Tin; |ifil(i|"H losliiiiriiiil plnns  ; to strive f liinuHU,' Jitpiinose,  ('onflii'cliil, nnd Wesli.'iii dish-  ("H. Most of Ihu furniliiri: und  the f.wpi-ln liavn been brought  Irom ,lapiin nil'l when oim.'  coiisiilii.ru lli'iil pnicliciilly everything, lo'-id included, has  .to be brought in from Katmandu by nir, one appreciates",  how much i'iiid nnd innihli*  this r.'iil n I In  Clone   |(|    llll!    IligjldHl  he  would.  Hid hotel  in  p(!li|WI  looks  out ,i��!i liivi.'i'oni im' well MS l'i  ot|ier iiolnbli! pniilfS , 1'iiiilt  r'lliiihliig iikiuiiIIIIoiim lire nol  |p he iniili'i InkiiH limn Un-'  wlbpUil^, bul il will Hilpply gijides  '.."ffli'il piirlorn 'I'o'c Hioiin gueslH  inlDriiiiliiirinJ'lTeTddiln rip^o 11  COI'tlllll   ll|l|l|(dl',   ViMllillg   IH'l/t  liborloic 'lifi'iiH, nod ev/.-ii u  beniillful, iduiipy Iiiiui Iiigher  'iip,''lliirti' Hie pi'iiiioful hiioiio  IikiIikIck grn/lim yiilm niid "  yiikhiird n)ni(li/g n Kliiioibc  song, '.    '   ���  ��*-���(i,",l,,.O-J��Jt-0-��l��UW.Ultllllll-|illlHil!|.U���.  |o|'| wlnui! Hiiin Is nol iiMiirinir-  itil, |,y the lleklrigiiol a clock, ,  wl|ii|ii spmi! Ii. viuil and wide,  where mil in';'��i ���impei'l le'ol' n  I'Ugged Kiandmir, iipd where  l/ill/'loii  lt�� iiloii'n Id Ih'i lieiirl  " id limn.      ���   ,  I|<,w lo gel 'hern? ..   ,  IMniiH   ton   iiudi'i'. way  bi'lld on iilriilllp Holm  Ip ,1)  'holojl.Hi!   bid   uiilll   Ibid  ready, ihn holol will bring  olloiilH  In  from  Knlliiiiiidu  i.'linrloreil   Klul   inrcrnll   I"  ���-liii-u called LiiH|n,,'rh!'i,',"i'  , nnig<i��ii'iii-<  will  bo  ioh'Iij   lo  "j lake tlm pu'iH-.'ligei'i' oil lo III"  hotVl, ioioIIi't dny'i. lieK Irom  Aitwh,jmjnu>v,:iM![ "'"IL  ion DM" v/ny, pr |iy lielicojudor  shuttli- from Lull In to the,ho-  -.��� lol, Tb<" -holol Hiioll in nlmoi.l  J.'ompk.'lK ninl the inmMig'.'iiii'iil  hopen   lo  Ppi'P  H   ���"  fioiu   Jitld'Apiil.  Ml,  M!  |M  |l��'  In.  II  inniiviH  Wbft^>*^^WW��^!��ii<i|^^  Mi^'iaWiW-iWi*J'iw;'w^  Imi   wli'-io do  you  think  go|o��V"   "i-lu'd  ��   wife  Ipmhuud left lb reiinw  irl lip; h/��p1i  ichlhd  you'd!  un her  1* Ion 11  "Oil,"  liptp,   ''I  �����\  itASTBr^  ENTfB THE SMILES ;N C||UCK|.ES "DISNEYLANP" CONTEST AT YOUR NEAHBY WESTERN PHUfiSTORP;  9 oz. EASTER EGG  ' Uy Sri)ilo�� 'n Chucklos.' This  floflHlllfilll/ljifiBCi-iolo'd 0{J(j |R  rnudii ol pmi) m|lk c|)'i)r.o|i'll0i-  spESiAiTp5iiI 1.7,9.,  mmwr,  EASTER BUNNY  h in nno* of pum milk (.hocol'da  |>y Jjmlliis.'n Clintklns.  WESTERN'S  SPECIAL PRICK  JL��0*9p  imWrWM:*  FRUIT & NUT EGG  pocornlg ypur own chocolate-  cooled bull ond /ml (i(j[j hy  Siiii|'oi.,'n C|rur.klos, Spcr,|o|  Idnii lolm ond ti pi. c(|ci,  WESTERN'S  SI'ECjAl. ITtlCE  ARRIP  EXTRA  PRY  Aoll-poispliool itf'roy vyl'lli,  riluinlnnni r hloiliyilmhi  |0(;|i��r.k Y/o|i'i)U, d ut, tl/o,  WESTERN'S  5PECIAI. PRICE  ���80  _. . r*>     ,        _.. S *. I     ,   W  BUNNY  WITH A  BASKET  1 f"trt"l|"fi>i)tlMH  IJy SmllflS'n Cfoicldi-r-, pure,  oilllf'.i.hoi.yi'loTo mbbit with poiky  bow lie, y ouiiccs,  SPECIAL PRICE    |.69  VASELINE  INTENSIVE  CARE  WT(0H  Tills fidolliTnn, non pniiiM |oi|��pi  roslnmi, t,o|liif!(.s lo dry i>k|)|,  III tit, bl/��,  WESTERN'S  SPECIAL PRICE  1.49  PASTER  PITS  rhoiolrjlo.  B  III  Mill   pOlB  ot   11  tA6TER   PARAP>|R   0   indll-lnyi  (iioiiih poi�� i,|io(oliil(f oiilmols, An ut,  roup   iDEM6ir]f��'h  cwocoisn  ClfAftACTEItfi. (him* Urn ImYh  ' dun, 'liidtlluh, lU'ijuJp A f-'onoy Hiilip/,  HI'v   nt. doi.h o|  fcinoulh |/oih milk  (.IjiKoluto,  mis mm wciting values  *   no     ��ASTfft f6��5 I  -p   ,14/ voolllo (.hofolulM  &* ��a corlon; 9 iu,,   $1,30 LISTffllMMNTIWTIC  1 15. riiit||lr.��i-W) in   1 foi ui 1  foil WKl|l|}l!lf  OlOlloW itpm   lO  ��(jr|  I-  Mouiliyyo'.!)  f ,95  pOIH  iHHt��Mt��M*'(iH��<!"MM*"|ti  $1.00  NOX2EMA SKIN CHEAM   Oii-ntalpu,  ���nudiuitlnu, Mtullpu, 4 ��{., jois, .  your family pharmacy  ID  ('���blled  JITtvi;  , |ho   hmiled  a   lepde^vppH  debt."  SECHBUT  TRAIL HAY CENTRE  fr  SUNNVCOfST PIAIA  i.��il��il)WW.W.I!>iH.��.l��l).Wl��HUllii������  ��w��h..iiiii  *+��0+**m>0\*jAt0*,0*0L,j*.0.0i,t  *.0M*.0.0*.0L**\0. 0 **.* **.0*,+r0* 0   ,    1 0-^0.0    0^, -< *  ,-*J (^.s  1  I  _^4_J^?'Vmw- ** "  ,gU-~s'  - *  -  mwnwwii^ww��iitwwiwii��wiiwiwii^iw��awiw����i��wuMtit^^  The PEWN$wiiA*Jfe^  '/ {na-�� te wrong, bm i i,hall r\ot be'so wrong ���� to fall tQ stty wliqf I believe to he,right."  ('.,._   .'      ��� ���John Atkins  Douglas G, Wheel**-".,. Editor  ,itwvMVMWWw<��ww��fWWitvwyw''ww����i��win��vvw����wvMwwMW^  ti  SeetMBig   BBeiaeatla  'Svuritaee  ��- > " ��  W6 RECENTLY suggested that' once th&   salvation "for, like it or not, Regional  initial shouting has subsided, the out-    Boards are here to stay. The.alternative  cry against the excessive land tax im-    is clear, seek entry within village baunji-  ;a:  f_����  &  1  .. posed upon water users within the Dist-'  rict  by the  Sunshine  Co'ast   Regiona.1  /Board will die a natural death.. We did  not suggest this- should necessarily, be  so for it is our opinionthe 'dre-vrty pver*  ' burdened taxpayer has very good, reason to pursue, the matter further,  Quite cjearjy^th&'niatter is hot to be  permitted to drop, and concern is spread-  jng throughout the District. When the  Board has made clear it has no altetntv  tiye to the tax and .has* no intention of  changing its methods, then the Municipal  Affairs Minister states that even with  the present Uw structure the Board might  still have a deficit; something is wrong!  Cost'to the taxpayers for the relative  few functions already^ established is quite  . incredible and obviously it has net likelihood of levelling off, It shows every  indication of continuing to spiral,. Already, with no bearing ori future functions, it is planned to increase the office  quarters and .facilities! employ additional  staff and before we know it there will  aries where services are either in existence'or will ultimately be_ provided at  minimum cost.  Wh'tt has to be, considered is the fact  that councils operate with five elected  representatives and pmiWmum'of office  staff, As. we have stated previously, Gibsons Village has water, garbage, lighting,  paved roads with a sewer system in the  offing, This is administered by one administrator and one full time assistant;  a works crew of two' and a part time  building inspector. Whenever planning  has been required a consultant haS been  called in at a one shot charge.  dur points is that the massive empire  created by the Regional Board- is highly  questionable when it is considered that  it hasMtiss functions, thjirt Council. What  cost to the taxpayers will be when it enters the field of recreation, and lord alone  knows what else, is anyone's guess.  Without doubt a Regional Ratepayers  Association is the one and oniyt way of  mrf  e A-6 The PenliwMta Tlm<��  Wednesday, April 7, 1971  [.Mien to Ike editor inipt be iigtted by the writer, ttlthougl\ a pen-titipie nitty be med /or ppbljailipp.i  "Thai was ihe president , , . cancel that  penalty to Orr."     .        |  Safe rnotqring\  MOTORISTS who think their wirjterV  driving \ypes are behind -them, pow  that March has arriveel may be-4rr fprfc'  rude suprlse, says the B.C. Autoruo|bile  Association, because snow tii:es, can ct^use  speedometer readings lower than ', the  actual  speed. f.      ���  Weather-wary  drivers  who  ha've   not  yet replaced theie snow "tire's with regular  oiuu  mm uuuiv   ,.v  iv..w,��   ,v wiu>u   m<>        �� ... . .                .           cr. .    ., " tread tires may be saddled with a speeds  likely be the suggestion that-aqualified  .esmbhshing a voice sufficient ly power- ing  licUel despitS'the   fact   that   their  enoineer is remiired                        '                  ful  to ' combat  that  With, which  we  ar< speedometers   indioate   -a   speed   within  unfortunately saddled- There are many ^-posted limits.      ������ '      -' '  very   capable   people   on  the   Sunshine Here's ho.w it happens:  Coast Who have previously Shunned local A  snow  tire  generally   has   a  larger  politics but who are now sufficiently "in- diameter than a standard tire. This results,  terested to act.  engineer is required  Patience of the public is now Wear-,  ing- extremely thin and groups of concerned individuals are meeting and planning formation of a Regional Ratepayers Association with the object of obtaining a voice that will be heard in  Victoria-  West Sechelt and the Halfmoon Bay  area is already well 'along the road to  establishing its own Association, A meeting is scheduled for Sechelt with hopes  of revitalizing the present dormant Rate?  payers Association. Meetings, nave also  been held from Selma Park down to the-  Langdale area and this"; we would think,  is sufficient proof that at last the tide  is taking dramatic change. In the Gibsons area the residents of Pratt  Road  Caution in the early stages of dev7  elopment should be exercised for it is  only too easy to fall for glib tongues- of  those who seek only a platform for, their  own pet peeves* These arq the people  who continue to snipe at councils, school  board, etc., without any reasonable.foun-  thttioij other thanio work olfTrbarit of  in fewer, revolutions per mile, which in  turn causes the speedometer to register-  less than the actual speed. ��� s �����.  The American Automobile Association  confirmed the foregoing information with  the Rubber Manufacturers' Association,-  the Society of Automotive Engineers and  the  Department  of  Transportation.  Auto club membei"s have been advised  Xbat-th6ce4s a sim^4a=test43y^whicrVd4"4Amr"s^  Grateful  Editor, The Times  Sir: Through the medium pf your, paper, I would like to thank the "three boys  who helped me reach' my destination on  the night of Thursday, April 1.  The story commenced when h accompanied my husband aboard his fisbipg  boat with the intention of being dropped  off at Davis Bay to visit friends. Davis  Bay not being "-marked as such on the  charts y/.$$? missed, apd we ;Pu)}ed ip to  4he government wharf at ���HftlfrrtdQh Bay-  It was ,0 p.rn. arid my husband was  anxious tp cphtihvie op his way'to the,  fishing grounds and it 9eenM9��'T would  have tp continue with him tp Pqweill River and take the bus back. However  three local youths, Randy Gibbons and,  1 believe, Clay Carburry and Ron Gat-din--  al drove me safely to my frieinds home,  at Davis Bay.  The ..boys were courteous and helpful  and jt renew.'s one's faith in the younger  generatiari, so Three Cheers for three  good kids.  (Mrs.)   BETTY  MacKENZlE  North Vancouver. *?  Freezer Plan    <        ,  Editor, The Times  Sir,:'I" am writing this letter to-you  feeling like the proverbial mark, the  "Freezer Plan" mark.  I -have participated in several good  freezer plans in the past iintl on occasion  bought a side of beef. But this is the first  time I feel I have been ''taken in". There  are reasons why I was not as cautious  as I should have been but at best they  are excuses.  My main reason for writing this, letter is to possiby prevent others from  making the same mistake if they bear  tliese facts in mind.  1. Before signing anything, make a  call to the Better Business Bureau and  check the firm. (This can be done before  the iptimrmmt^  insula. These pamphlets advertise a freezer fpod plan, and tell yap that you, could  eat better for less "money than you are  now pacing monthly.  My "past^experience with one company  "changs -n, the PSS Act, "take" the right    was goad, but after taking my first ot  to fjre Civil Servants at age 5Q-55  This is the cruel pait of Bill.-C-a70^  now ��� before Parliament.  26th February, lp71, Stanley H. Know-  les, MP for Winnipeg North Centre,  Wrote as follows:   .*�� ,  . "I earnestly hopo> that whetr'we get  ���into committee "ot the whole and reach  der from this company, it shall definitely be my last!  1 would suggest that -you weigh all  food received, and then add up all mdiv-  idual items dn a retail basis. See if you  thipk you are receiving a better deal for  the money you put out.  Complaining to1 the manager will get  part VII we can persuade the government    i*ou nowhere, nor can you returit the food  to get fair play and justice written ino  this aspect of the measure". '    ,  .x May I ���"Uggiast thsV eyery-0y\l mrv-  ant write their iVien.ber ,cjf.; p3rilament  today, Ypur'Pt-dfest wlW h^lp���especi.lly  now that an electipn sems i,p he pr* the  distant horizon.    ��� -.'*''������'������       -*  Many thanks for this space, Mr. Editor. .- ..":'���  OTTO NORDLING  The Stomach turns  Editor, The' Times,  S-i**- In- these times of war, conflict and  misunderstandir"g, we~ at tirries lose pur  perspective, but sometimes things come  up that most qf, us, I am sure canhot  stomach. ���.".���''  I am referring to the verdict in the  Stales pf the young lieutenant, convicted  of premeditated rnurder.  Premeditated, yes, but pot by the  convicted man. He was carrying put orders, be they what they* were, frpm the  higher brass. What man unless he be  mad, would go in as they say, single  ha'nded^atTd attempt to wipe out a whole  village of old men, women and children.  The answer is quite clear. It is one  of the world's most flagrant examples  of white-washing the name of a much  higher officer, for a lieuteriant is in this  case no more than a enlisted man having to take orders and execute same, no  questions asked,, or. be shot. '     '   *  America should hang - her head in  sharne and frdmnow on the youth pf  that, in this "case despicable country,  should elect to fill the jails from shore  lrL-'tbQrf'i  '.''*���'.h..p.'!... ���han  Ply*  triBrr"i''h-':"'  S"o before you decide���think very  care-   '  fully.  '   -". .(Mi-sO.E. BENSON.;  Excellent Coverage -, ��� ;^  Editor, The Times  Sir;   We   would ^ like   la: Lhanji   The ���"  Times for the. excellent coverage given  the Elphinstone' "Homecoming" "March 27.  With the help of your paper we were able  to inform the people of the 'Homecoming'  and all that was in store for the day.      "���  We would also "like to thank Mr. Rut-  ter and the school maintenance staff for  their special effort to .install the scoreboard and-times in'timeioi-the-euet-l.  Finally we would like to thank all"  participants -for helping make" the days'  events possible. This year's Homecoming  was a great success* and we hope that  next year it wiil prove ev��n better. We  hope to see everyone then.X  Bill  Sneddon,  Sec'.  Sports.  Colleen Husby, Chaiiman Cports  V;Co"uncil  -   Miss  Wilson,  Mr.  Yablonski,   ���  . ' " teacher* Sponsors  bottle fever or a personal chip.  .What we are saying, in effect, is that  if a Regional Ratepayers Association is  to be formed, and good luck to it, then  the area is sufficiently large that it should  can insure themselves not only against  receiving tickets for this reason, but risking the obvious safety, hazard as well.  The method is to drive exactly 60  miles an hour along a highway with five-  mile stretches marked for testing speedb-  %. Know the cost per pound^and quantity of each item, (the salesman should  have this information) before making any  substitutions,  3. Know the finance charges.  4. When your oj'der comes, sign only  that this will not be an isolated case  This would  appear to be the only  seconds,    using   the   following   table   to  determine true speed. ~��  ��  e  SINCE  the  last world  war blood has  come to be one of our most vital aids  in saving lives, Blopd is now a part of almost every surgeryfHjnd, many blood der-,  ivatives   have   joined   ^he   fight  against,  death and disease.    *  _:>~OpenJiearLsurgery-WOiiJd not be possible   without   an   adequate   source   of  whole blood. Each heart operation  requires an nyerage of 1^5 to 20 units, and  the. Reel Cross blood bank ih Vancouver  supplies the blood for several hundred  such surgeries; in.ayear.- , '������ ., ...v  Your gift of life may also help to  replace blood lost by an accident victim  -���or make it possible for a sick child to  run and play���or enable a patient to  withstand surgery-^-or give a newborn  baby a healthy ,*-t#rt. in life, .^  _ _ The Vcry^h0%|it pfthese things givlis  you a warm feeling doesn't it? It should!  For yoii can save a life with the blood  you can spare,  j "There will he a Red Cross blood donor clinic in Sechelt April  1-3, at the. Le-  , gion Mull fro'iiiS p,m. to H p.m.,  Time to travel 5 miles  True Speed  4min.30s ���   .   :..:    67  4 min. 40 s.   ..., -   64  4min.50s.  ...   62  5 min.       60  5 min. 10 s.  .      50    ���'  5 min. 20 s, ,         , ....   56  5 min. Wi) s.  55  5 min. 40 s,  ���   ���    .... M,^;  t) min, 50 s. -...,..,.....���.   .,-���,--,- M  - 6- min, ....:.���...,.i.^__:,.....   _,-":61.'. :  net.  ONE .of the ihosjt significant aspects  arising "from 'that now infamous  American travesty of justice, the trial of  l.t: William Civlley for vvhut has been  lenned'niurder, is the fuel that tlie tntilli-  isUwy  particular instance Cnlley was the fall  guy. Fortunately public opinion throughout the Western world him-come' lo his  aid. .. ,      ..,'���"'  Strangely enough, there was no such  Thus, if a motorist! finds that lie is  actually going 64 miles per hour when  his speedometer roads 60, he can merely  adjust his speed, driving with tho speedometer registering no higher than 56 miles  per hour.  In  its^investigation  of the snow tiro-,  speedometer story, BCAA also confirmed  that   numerous   other  factors   can   affect  Iho   number   of   wheel ,   t'ovoliilioiiK   per  mile und thus falsify spued readings,  Among those  are  size aif  tire;  tread  wear, tiro denign, inflation pr-jsnitre (irv'  (.Tensed, pri'issiiro inereiiHOH lire diuniolor),  lumperuliii-'i   (heal   Inortuises'   diameter),  ing or being  It may be good meat but the cost can  make it hard to swallow.  GORDON  CLARKE  Those who teach  Sir: With reference, lo the teachers  who, when on strike, bore aloft a placard  with the words "Tell it like it is"; are  these the same pnes who teach the children English grammar? please!  i; J. S. BROWNING'  First Victims ������'������<".!-.  Editor, the Times  Sir: 1. GovlJ'HSetiteirrir-itk Project for  Civil Servants! 2, Axe being sharpened  for Civil-"Servants in 50-55 "age bracket.  3". Govt, preparing lo economize���Civil  Servants first victims!  .,. Proposed, changes .in. the Public Service Superannuation Act has two surprises in store for 'all Civil Servants. One  a vory pleasant oiio, and. lhe other not so  plonsun't���-in.fuot u very..cruel blow,  Civil Servants jn the 50-55 age bracket, wilh 20-30 yours service, may retire  Will) l|i��h������.modest iiui'iied pension if .they  Wish. Tills may bo welcomed by the CiV-  in the position of pawns for those certain blood thirsty higher-ups who will  stop at nothing to gain their own ends.  Take away their tools so their sadistic  souls' may rot in H.  KEITH COMYN  Trtmlc-Firstr-������-~~���  Editor, The Times  Sir:  Recently  there has been a deluge  of pamphlets( circulating-, around the Pen-  MODERN  SIGHT & SOUND  COMPLETE ELECTRONIC  SERVICE  T.V. - RADIQ-STEREO  SYSTEMS  Philco Deoler  Sales and Service  AYRES  ���ELECTRONICS^  Gibsons 886-7117  l<  PENDEH. HARBOUR FIRE PROTECTION  DISTRICT  v, (     a  1?  apM-p  Friday, April 237-1971 cut S p.m.  LEGION HALL, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  8^83  EBB  ___  __2_  SEGHILT GAR^EM Gil  ���   - v '  J ���*'���'���'  ^T 2nd ~y(fnruveMam ^>ale   X  wroiiB   is   perpetrated.', Uej-itrdless    o  nornuil petty    dissension, hejiels    uiul  Iticlcs will unite the ni'ojncnt ii TiinnstrouRr~n,,tcryW|vcnrnirHlniii-b(iinlT-Wiis-(lrn  ..,^,..,,.     :..     ���. ..i..,,i...r     ii. '.?._. ii e       ,-.  .'  .1       a   .... i..... ..   e  in.     (.' Iiiiui   ((adili'd   wi! Chi    i- (MM-oiiHtiH    lirn   (   n i    ...m.    .'.    , .. . " i  hy the Ametifcim. forces upon Hiioshiinu  killing 70,000 people, mainly innocent  diverse protests, when husle liberty is ' civiliunst This was followed by a see-  threatened then rigid suddenly becomes ond uU),m hopib which fell on it bullt-  inight, . up  area \at;( .Nagasaki    killing further  Without any inieiiiioii" of maligning    countless thoutsinds. No (lemaiul lor re-  the Amerieim pV)ple as a, whole, it has   'irlhtillon.'Wiw mucle al that lime,  long been very apparent,! die'country is     ' The lif'oiit, homhs were dropped  sick,  lis political orgi|ni/,iiiioii leaves a    Ihe siincll6ji V>f l-fr'siileiil Hairy 1 rut  greal deal lo be desired, ih, h'tw enl'orce-  rnetit Is at heiil highly i|iiesiiunahle ami  ecoiioiiiieally it would appear lo bu lot-  lerlnglon thi" blink of a sharp decline,,  WJilh an unparalleled history of violence luul an Incredible leaning lowunl  lli��. I'lil^ljl-ilic it is Utile wonder llic Western wortil han long tolerated "M|- Mro-  iher" as it would the anljcs ol a perpetual  clown.    ��� , '.    ' <  IJnTorluiialely, while ihe average  American cjli/en h ju'M us nonnal ns his  couiilerparl throughoui thc( world, those  who seek and attain power appear lo  he preilomhieiHly illctniorlal, eprnipt and  remoi'Melcw ,11s lo w|io ihey liend upon  hi llieir tluslre for acclaim,  w'*"'~Tfi*riiVvi")Iv^iiej'ir'*'""Tir''*wllar I'liiiiiMl"  Milieu In the Vict Nam in lo nn|iie e-tteill  aecenicd as a moral ohligalion mul un  ,lM,Jii|i li'ne we have recognized lliis  iWl'wIlh mimic reservations. As an' e\��  niliple niany, like oiirsdVes, have won-*  ilered why with ilfi Irei'iieiKloiis inilllaiy  might, the American war machine has  on  riiuiah  and wliile thass killing was deplored the  end was considered to have licet) Justified hy the means.  The "C'alley" ease clearly eniphasi/es  lhe fuel llud'thc United Stales government and its military ileparliiieul 'ine  more conversant with I'entilgon lea  parties than wilh bloody war, Wliile Ihey  hifght send soldiers lo fight, '.presumably  with kind words mul flowers, the- lacl is  overlooked that i|iu enemy has rather  dlltcrenl Ideas, Disemboweling, hideous  torture and complete disregard for human suffering tpilckly ��llspels any delusion  of fair play and honors    , .  ��� If nothing else has been accomplished, ihe iihoiiilnahle singling out of it Jim--  .. iorol fleor In iirdei lo pacify a few bleed.-.,  Ing hearts, has certainly made abundantly eli'itr the fuel  that the Idealists, mil)  -���iihlers iind leflislJuspired, are truly a  , fcniall iiilnoi'lly.'The piiwers lhat he eliote  , to liow to Ihis vocal niinoilly, hul llieir  actions have been Houndly c'lccied hy  the vaiti majority and the story ol "I.i."  Williiiiti Cnlley will assuredly go tltjwn  load ((added weight deereuses tiro diameter, Inereuslnj" Iho speedometer rending), <:ons|rue!ion uf tires (radial or belled)  and tlm wrong size of the pinion In tho  Iransmlssloii,  Finally, tho HCAA (iiiutlons molnrints  about tho (resign of Iho��� Hpnodomotor Itself  -If Just olio of Us. dolleitlu eompunenls  Is cniislriielud poorly, ddeoptlvo niadinijo  (uiuld result, mi you miglil be in Iho  HiiiniT'sltiratlon uvon willuuit snow llr.oii,  and  with  llieir smwl)  pniisiop  may  tulco  up olhor  purstiils and  endenvimrs  Uiey  ,huvi! dreamed alKait, In l|ie past,  '  Mul Ibo (ines who aie not lu tIti^  position got Ihu bitter medluhro. Tlrey  .may be retired oi' fhod, tjioy have a  elioido of two words, lint lliey'meui) tho  same thing, '  ,      The  Hovernmoiit,   undo,   ||��e. piopo.ied  wniyer&aru  amncjA  Poet's comer     ,  ��� ���Your f-tiiiirllnilloiix tire iitvlietv  tii it: (;; i kt  liove  In a 'phanloiti���:f|iu��iy  IhloH,  i, Aii  liiddiicont  rifforlng,   - . , -  Hold 'It geriily lost It brnal-  f'lfavliin only hi i|ltt wnlui��� "     ,  Tdtir drnps |��!��tiiliii{-  "Whimo Tnimulu*?"    '  II, Cl.WWN   AllTJIllll  ______i_b!L__  \Hl DDhlil-DtJDDLI':?  by,J.;��, Rrownlnti ,  Thorn,wan a I'M, Ip n uiriddlii  who s'ald ho had said I'uddlo-duddlo,  -,fj(n.^'Fny*",fho*roiMofl"-~r-^-*~"���r���^������*-~-  IIniPit one of his nloiion,  \yiutl hu said wim���Kiiinin Hhrliuhllo  iniiilillc  ilVr  APPLIAHCiE SERVICII8G  ���'"'     ^WASHERS  ^C DRYERS  * st6ves  '��� FRIDGES  t .  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Collcy is not lhe flihl American '  M-rviccpiun to he nerseeuied Utr carrying oui his duly, Wilr is a barbaric lnsi|-  union, no one "seeks ll m\d only a siullst  enjOys piirllelpaiion, tjhforliinaiely wars  liiiwiil^iys-hem with'iih~un<l,- lit"(;uir-  wiiy.iiiuj anolher, probalily always will, ,  It js theiclote incicdJhU: ib.it alicrjiiiiii-  ing men to M/l or he killed,-oiijering.  tlii'ili lo M:ekroui and kill lhe nieiiiy,  -4urniM''��.Mjie.io..^|ili(it^��vvn.^.iA��iMei��->4tntl��  dilld/cnme jo lie considered lhe enemy,,:  and  Indeed,   they  Iretpieiilly  are,  ihey  then charge lliein wilh murder,  'I lik was nothing1 more nor Jess Ihun  ^ face'���saving excrelM- by a groilp ol'  yellow ht'llled hiireiuicrals who panic  ul ihe ouiery of ���a lew lefilsl tiiiciiied  mcmberi" ol lliu so-culkd mcUiu. Jn I Ids  I   - r  Socbolt Uqlort Dronch 140  Ugion Mall, Socholt  ���tVERY WEDNESDAY  ,  AT a |>.m.  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NURWRY,  THM* ITPM5 PRA5T|CAMLY  RBPUCRP,       ,  -f Hytwy ��f�� |i|TW>'i��ll f  -W'  Coctun  ond poc,  PANSIE5  Potkot of 6    ���  CAMELMAS,  roady to;J)lof)m  oocli  SALE EFFECTIVE THl/RSPAY TO SUNPAY ONLY  OPEN 1 PAYS A WEEK���Mondoy Satunloy 9 om, lo St30 \>,m,  i nod Sunday 12 noon to 5 |��,m.  axomi'Llm: bu.LcnoN or ail youh (ih\wjjFJu^Siil  arfci  lire  PHONE 003-9711  fr4*��A��*w**MMkA &0^*<0��0y%0^0\**0i��0r**^  *0k0^0, 0K 0*L0*r0*i0^0*.0l0^t,J, ,��Mt>���*����� ��� stfillation -of officers and luncheon, heic(  .on Wednesday, March !U, at Dorothy fio  ,    , billiard'H residence on Mermaid gtreet.  Mrs. Iiva. Qrafe acted- as installingof- '"  fiupr   at    Iho   very- ol'feelive   ceremony.  :  whore a candle of cnnt-mu.ity' was Ul hy ...  eacji person being insliilileij. '    '  ��� -   New. slate of officers for 1071-72 is as  follows;    leader,   Evelyn   McKinnon;   m-  ���     leader, Josie Wheeler; secretary, Darlene  Flumeifelt;   treasurer.   Margaret   Porter;  ,    wotght   recorder,  Ronnie Wrgard.  . Mrs. Kay Nelson congratulated, the':  new officers and thanked uli those whd  had hc'ped hor. durijig her two years;  as leader.  Several   Awards   were   presented for   i^wjJM^t    losses   and   to   retiring   officers.  '- ^Margaret  Porter was crownecP queeTrfoV*  the year.-by  plrst  uueen'Madge  Hansen.  Tii achieve llvis a me'hiber must have the  greatest weight loss in the club and must  retain it according to TOPS rules.  There was a beat! fully decc?raled cake  topped by two candles which symbolised  the ,2 years that Sechelt TOPS Club had  been inexistence. The cake of course-was  ^-JUit edible an it is-a "$Jo no"-. '  ���FoJlowing the regular meeting and ip-  ��� stallation, a be.aiitiful |pw calorie lunch-  tfdii was sitrved atid enjoyed by ai.l.  The  next  weekly   meeting and   weigh  + ���/***.***  \ ,   >* /, ' _��� 'j  s ���      ��      *v * *    *  t      i1' *3s c -  a u ,i ;>��� -��� < -vfr-v* v  10  (  *���  f ���*     v ' ,  I    ,  1 ���  I  V  %\A>  ���*'  ���; k-  >��.  /   ^  *    '   3  ! IV  ���> 1        *~  '(r V/'  I  *      >     9  Sechelt TOPS Club  MsJalls new slate  'TVVBMTYrthree members attended Sechr  e|t TOPS Cluh combined..meeting, in-  1  1  _...��,k.:,?,  ^ # J   WM vbjI te4M��vM***MjMiMAa��  Aggregate Awards  A *      '- v"    l<   ��,    *  ^'    i v. s    i  ',     ,-,/. /.. ; aV   \Z^u > -  iiriii     mil, n -1.V     i^*.   ii.i ��h,ii.I��.i 0l, 0,m\ ,LL*m.iL,0*, i> * *nl .������������������i�� ��� i l, mm  AJMNUAL awards party, hold last Splur-  dayJJVjhe SecheH Kud & Gun Club-  hoiisp was thPVPU||hiy enjoyed by those  Hi atteiidance.-  Sportsmari of the yeat award w(-Ut to  Mr- Harold'Nelson, chpsen by secret bail-  ipi by c.lub members. PreyioiiHiolder Mr-  I3ili   ftankni   piuseiited   the   Cius   GrirCil  Trophy.  King Fish Trophy was' awarded But-eh  Ono. who caught   a' 4) Ms  pound SftilTi'p.ri.'  Aggregate Shoot Awards were presen-  'ted by  Mr.  Bill Ellis.  Receiving awards.  Were; .. V^     -  .  Grand Aggregate! . 1st, donated, by  ���yValtefield I-nn, QAmpar Wigard. 2nd,- don-  -ate'd by Frank jorgenseir Contracting,  (George_FJay. 3rd, Frank Jorgensen.  Sholgui-r-lst, donated. by  Ltloyd  and *  Edna Hansen/- Bob Janis. 2nd, Fraplc Jor-  gt-nsen. 3r'd, Ken Nedson.- .-���'.-..  .'-Lai-go Bore, "IsT," donated by Glilf  Building Supply, Gunnard Wigard. 2nd,  Ken Slcy(lw-3rd, George Flay.  32 Rifle: 1st. donated tiy Morgan's  Men'h Wear, Frank Jorgehspn. 2nd,  Geotgc FlSy, 3rd, Harold Nelson.  22, Pistol: 1st, donated by \VaU Ny-  gien Sales (197!) Ltd-, George Flay; 2nd,  TWILIGHT THE&l  GIBSONS , , ;  YOMfl EASTP[l HQLIDAY  A   ENTERTAINMENT-'"  n*nt%^Z\Z^^ Grand aggregate winners of Sechelt   are Mm Ml     Prank  ,Jorgen*-en^nar    Wigard,   HI   (Wakefield   Inn   ^IbmSSS  12:30 siuu-p, snowed by the meeting ami   ����?_ and G��n Club's Annual Shoot,    third, George Flay 2nd (Prank .[org-    awa.rf) "      b^{"fihS5 workini mpffi JoTlSSffi  who is- recovDiing very well from sev-  eio injuries sustained, in a recent accident  "Hello," lie used to reply, ."Instruct inc.  This was his way of finding out if there  were any errands be was to do on the  .way bpme. His company's iturraased use  of computers has changed the man's reply  Now to his wile's greet ing he says, "Program   me." .  r  Specials I  KNITTING MACHINE  Reg. $312.  NOW    . \  EASTER EGG  ^ITS   NOW;OPEN  MONDAYS  OPEN  FRIDAY NIGHT TIL NINE  The YARN BARN  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  EIllUllIEillUJIllllUUIIIIIUllJ ^  "���-  ,* c  1=3  _^_?  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I  ���SICHR L�� MOT OB TRAMSPOilT LTP,  COMIIflfJIAL COIFFURES & UMlim  \   > \  SHAIV1POO SET  With this CQiingri  $1.50 OFF  t**i**%0t*10'w*f**Yw*4i***fn**0n*vn**0��r*0i*0'*^^  PERM, BLEACH, COLOR  With This Coupon  $5.00 OFF  TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SECHELT PHONE 885-2339  VALID APRIL 12-APRIL 29  m*t wnkleM teflt-,#^ay*p gecji-   gyn;  ^nd Ifti'K>ld Npispn,  .22 rifle.  f#t Rpd'^ntl^un OluD's ^W^VfJs vm'1%.   Full devils in ptory.    -  trpp^y wm��^    (^rom.  left);  Levy*1-     ���* " ,  WIIUHUIIimHWUHIIWHUHIWMIflAII^^  REED ROAD, GIBSONS -.PHONE 886-2421   ,  DWARF APPLE TREES $3,00  ir SPARTAN ��� RED PEMCIOUS  '"* YELLOW DELICIOUS     '* MadNTOSH  ttV early tideaaan  ALSOi ��� ,         t ,        _' _  'Azaleas, Cornelias, Panshs and polyanthus  i Bedding Plants Available soon  ^r~rr  *��WMKllVlimiW��W|W^^  WANT,  TO SPREAD  All "Rill I iiv Pnlnl"-irmliHiMrnq-inlliy fHior��nt��n��f#  iiiiii' humy llm wimI ol <Hnl|��y ii|��jn��iv��l. "(Ii'i H��v,  I'.ilnl" In �� Wmpdniiiy" pidinpni |iii|fiiwl'inii|  >lwj��ir��iw.l'i�����inl ol I'i'liil. Y��'i W'miM MK|��'��lt I" |"��y '��  P1  0!  Y.1  *r��rn)inir" i��l��'�� 1<>r ��ii)ii'*'��iii��iun��i|ii!i iiiiuliiy,. hui..., ,_.:  wc/iiiwi wu 111111I11,Ii Jni��i..h-r y<����'�� iiMi.iijHiihiw,  /oii'il find ll (tniHdiMy inM. Hoy  lov m.w l��y ,  liu fiiiiui, i��y Hi" (i"iioii, feint, on ii)�� iwwiy of  - WI  ''.IIV/  '   guy It  '-TRAIL PAY-HARDWARE-LTD.:-'  ftochpit      \ P|��on���� B8fln9B2fl;  A SECRET/  ALL OVER  TOWN?  USE AN  AD^RIEP,  DIAL  885 9654  ,rA"A-;:Zf J'.  A  rrr~ _  Duo fo cpnshrucHoii on the MpPPtr Leygle H;^hir<>y Ntyefii-.,"  Hofse^hoe 0py onif VVesf Vo^rco|iverr a i?p"y tlnre sjb|;is<|m|^ fsffepfiye  Mpy 1st, 1971 M being filed w#hnthe~P^li-iT^  of British Colmnbla.  Copies of the proposed tlrne schedule -fill be on fife at the rrtofn     |  office of the Comppny at Secheft, the teriplnpl depot fit Vancouver,  Powell Riyer find the EKpress offfce at Gibsons, B.C.  This application is subject fo the consent of tlie Public Utilities  Coninnission and any objections to sarne n?qy be fjled with t|)Q Superr  intandont of Motor Carriers, Public Utilities Commission, Voncouyor,  B*C. on or before May 21, 1971.  ���vi  ��� ' ��� AJ '  1   -        .. .... .Special Honor    \. '     .       .      ,���,...,���.��.,������..�����������,,������.  Awnnlofl for llm mwowI Mino l�� llii-   iiliy ff;nm Tfrnl lioldcir, Mr, Hill HwnV  iiur.'ioii ulpmloi)  |>y aeq cm |, JimImiI,    Id. Tlio Irojiliy In ��vl^Mrdui| lliu ihhhoii  H"(i|i(j|l Jloij oimI q��u Olul-'H.WnnrlHr, ,wlinJi<>fi <l'��i��i llm hiohI lor llmnllili  /Mini of llm Vowr, Mr. Ilurolil \Sn\mir   (ImlMii llm .y"'ir,  on rl/ihl, wpcj^piff Ujim Ouh*7r:rM<*M  TERMS AVAIL ABLE  CUT ALL SIZpsT TIMBER AND PLANJC  DIMENSI0NAL LUMBER AND PLYWOOD.  ALL SIZES OF ROOF! DECKING  ^MrrMmtHm  Those odvorf!��l!>0  spaces "ore rm\  borfjnlni for yen*  Sold on contract  pnlyT'l-ffT tfflWJI'  en how to iWtch  your ndvertjslng  dollar, phpnfl  000.9604, ��nk foi  ���poc|o| ad retos.  fC����pffftos�� Spring  & Batter Clothes  ^1,8. Clean  TDAY SBRVlciE  PENINSULA  OWCliANiS  i   ��� I- .'  Gower -Hi, Rdiii CJIhsoni,  Phono 006-2401  2x4 STUDS  No. 2 & BiEITER FIR  Per M.  ���r���t��  2x6     :  :  No. 2 & SETTER FIR  RL Per M.  I**  00*  No. 2 "i WM FIR  Per M  4x8x5X8 STANDARD  Grade T & G PLYWOOD  .j.Hi  m  ,i t   *  'i ^  f- ir  *��  As ���*    >  JK :���:  ���? 4:^  h i-r  '. *>-,- ^  ���' a.  v- ^^  - A v.  - ������'�����->  i   --.ti  , >.|  ill  ^7" *?  v^ ��.*  7�� ���  '$?'���  . *<.-*���.���������  *��� "i \^  ���- '���"I,  h.       r ���   |  ft?  P  *    *     rt"  ��� i*  >*"  ^  -.!<  '������a* if  V  ���>  si  ' ^*  -*s'  ���ipiininMAMiifaMipiMin  PRICES IHCLUPE CARTAQP TOYOUR m UTE  Local Phone (Eves.) 006 7096  Oft Ca|l Collect To VaotcoMyor 8JI|l-2308  I'fO,   '  1349 M'tehell Road, Jilclwend, 0r<3,  /  �����! *,��?*���; V 1/' j  J-    If'  " * ���*-��*�������� fc.  �����    wB,"  "�����-  'v��A*  -Vd--*  /�����/  -:<*.  ^   **.* MS  f*  '  "l *tft,n*^^ ��_"^ "���<"* *' ^f y n*��n��h��� y*'i* ,-^~^ <-n"n .^^^^*^^^*{ *^yyif "v���t*  "��> -ti~.j";"iTS"i.^iV"-��"  ��� ^^^^r  "tspj.^^^  -1 f frv*"*  '���;.  I*  ���i  Chifcotfa M.P.  St Pierre gives new twist  ' to majority rules concept-  T/VHV (5oes the Federal Government defer    but it js food for thought,  <    tq ,the wishes of twenty per qefit of the    DpMqTnNcj  Rooulation1?  Coast Ctiifcotin'Liberia MP *���*�������-*��"����  yuHMJBHuii,   v aoi     4 4   w  , �����. 0    lhe subject.Qf inadequate pensiqns  Pftul St;   Pierre  waj  asHed  at  a   well f u ^    which -had   been "V -  attended  public  meeting    held  on .the 2        cent j  Peninsula  last   week. lmng  hi,dJrlsen  3i7 per  cent_  Mr   Sl  ��� Also asked why'Canadians should have   piei/ie said the eftort u% to keep inflation  to learn French when the  biggest per-    down,  qentage  are .English    speaking, Mr   St HBBBmraq   .  Pierve replied, "Any majority has a duty    BOAT HARBOURS*  +~ (-,�� mfr,r,,.it����� On the subject of small boat harbouts  and whaif administration, the Coast Chil  to the minority  j Referring to equalisation grants paid  to the Provinces, St Pierre explained  that these were granted on a per capita  basis and the amount $68 million paid to  Quebec worked out tp $12 per capita.  British'Columbia's*grant of $35 million  ���forked put to $19 per capita. The grants  aje ap attempt to bring poor areas up to  $ competitive' level and 'are.as' much a  political decision a.s ah economical ..onei  Economically, a great case could be  jnade by sayjing-whrspend money to keep  people in the East, why not develop the  1,' Arctic and drain people from the Maritime-"." Or why not send people from  J" Quebec to the West. -This cannot be done  in Federal states, said St, Pierre1 who-explained that the grants are paying for  a: political decision to try to hold the  country together.  FICTION   *  '} There is no truth in the $58 million bus  rjde stpry which will subsidise Canadian  youth, this piece of fiction originated  in Ottawa and'is now circulating in B.C.  said Mr. St, Pierre who gave the following facts.  Nine programmes and four ministeries  ap involved in the $57.8 million project  which will be distributed to Manpower,  Public Service, Militia programme which  will accommodate 40,000, provide bed  and board plus $8-$lfl per day, and welfare, $15 million will provide opportunities for youth under direction of local  authorities on anti-pollution projects  scheduled   to  end   in   October   1971.   $7  * million  in   grants  will   go   to  students  trivelling; in Europe and on the Canadian  2^^^ge^er^eoV'"'-:J""''"'',"'"r':': _",'"' ---������  \A  One lady said she was relieved to  hear this as she was of the opion that  Canada was raising parasites.  LEGALISED DRUGS  Asked what his stand was on legalising Sale' of mat'ijuana, St. Pierre said he  would want" to see more done before "he  reached a decision and was in favour  pf research and education. He felt that  legalising drugs was no  answer.  Mr. St, Pierre agreed that the Government did not always sufficiently investigate people hired on commissions,  With reference to the Ledain report,  he agreed that a member of the RCMP  should have been on the commission and  that he himself was not happy* with it  cotin MP agreed 'thai it is in a mess at  present He felt the Prime Minister was  delaying the issue until a general survey  was done Fishermen who make their  living this way should not have to pay������  mooiage hj.it pleasuie boat owners should,  said St.  Pierre.   ' ��� ;    *.  An Irvine's Landing -business man "and  property owner" drewr attention to the  Government expenditure of $33,000 to  renew the wharf, at the same time there  are no parking facilities and garbage just  piles upon the wharf duringjhe summer  because no one is ip charge. "When boats  pull in"-, said the business man whose property adjoins,.the wharf, "I have to provide toilet facilities, remove the garbage  and also supply parking"'.  FOREIGN CONTROL  Discussing foreign control of Canadian  business, St. Pierre said he" is not a  powerful supporter of the Canadian banking industry. Americans with a high  credit rating are borrowing from Canadian banks to buy out Canadian business at a rate which Canadians cannot  get from their own banks. He felt however that there should be effective Canadian control without cutting down  capital   available.  TAXATION  Asked about direct grants from the  Federal   Government   to   municipalities, _  Cpast Chilcotin MP said that the trend Conservation,"parliament JMuldings, Vic-  now  is  for   provinces, to  get  a   greater     tona," said Mrs. Dawson. "This should be  share of  taxation ��ut he  felt the prov-     done immediately," she added,  inces would be jealous and protect their The new parks construction  and  im-  rights   regarding   direct   grants. provements on  the  Sunshine  Coast will  Bulk-rttf taxes come .from income and be: Keats Island, wharves and floats-^;  excise lax, in laoo, sevemy-tnree per ceni $20,00lTPrTOcWTSroisB -htleV^lpjtsajr^  went to Ottawa, 20 per cent to provinces ���   -  and the rest to municipalities. In 1971,  forty per cent goes to Ottawa, forty to  the provinces' and twenty to municipalities.  St: Pierre, wpuld. prefer that the body  j^.^Gjiv^rjimiuiLjiviiich^a^es^J:he- spending  should also do the taxing, in  that way  the  taxpayer would  have some  idea  of  how  the money is spent.  -After-speaking-for- one-hour and field-  \  V.��� - * -  K,  .��.'  /  / i  M  /Page A-8   '   '  The" Peninsula "Tijfles  Wednesday, April 7, 1971  t  New Look in Scouting  at-Centennial 71 show  PLANNING for the 1971 '.'Scouting-in.-  AcUon, Centennial '71" Show, sponsored by the V*H>eauver-Coa-,t Region, Boy  Scouts ot Canada (A United Community  Service Agency) to he held on Saturday,  Apul 17, 1971 at lhe PN.E, commenced  some months ago  This big event with a cabt ot thousands of Cubs, Scouts, Venturers, tRov-  eis, and Leadeit, will depict all phaseb  of the Boy Surut Movement   His Honor,  PC.O.BE,  spectaculai  the Showman  PNE. fiom  10-00 am   to 0.00 pm, April 17, 1971  The show/ celebrating Centennial  Year, will have "among liO different displays, such diversified activities as furniture making, kayak and canoe -bunding,  jU-jitsu, marksmanship  oilier attractions.  and    numerous  Men and students:  job opportunities '  in parks program  THE PROVINCIAL government is offering summer employment to university  and high school students in a $15 million  accelerated parks program. Hon. Isabel  Dawson tojd The Times that the program  is geared not only to build parks and to  improve some of the existing parks, but  also to provide employment for up to  1,000 men; and about 600 of these will  be high school and University students.  "Any person presently unemployed, or  any student wishing to apply for such  work may do so by writing to the Parks  Branch,   Department   of  Recreation   and  ing questions for another one and a half  hours, Mr. St. Pierre made himself available to answer questions in private.  Small son. on daddy's lap: "I'm. still  confused���was I born in a nest or in a  hive?"  trails���$10,000; Saltery Bay, improvements and paving���$15,000; Roberts  Creek, general improvements���$10,000;  Sechelt Camp Site, service building���  $12,000; Porpoise Bay Park, a 50 unit  camp site���$75,000; Skookumchuck Narrows -Park,^~accHss7"parking," ~lTatls~~~ana  viewpoint���$25,000; for a total of $167,000��.  "In addition to this program to aid our  young people to obtain summer employ -  ment, "the���department of forests~~wil1 be  employing at least another 50b high  school and university students t}br field  programs,"  said Mrs. Dawson.  She added that jobs- will also be available through the department of forests  for young ladies whose work will be  compiling data throughout the province  , Rare Visit  With a large territory such as Coast  Chilcotin constituency to cover, Liberal MP and famed author Paul  St. Pierre can only make an occasional visit to .each district. Many  people asked questions . in private  after his very thorough address. Pictured here are Sunshine Coast Liberal  Association, chairman Norman" Watson, Roberts Creek, elementary  school principal Malcolm Mactavish  and on the right Mr. St. Pierre.  Putting! an outside mirror- on your  car is a gbod investment. It supplements  the range of vision of your regular rear-  view mirorr. Using both, you can move to  the next lane to pass on multi-lane highways  much more safely than  with one.  illiill!!l!illl!!!lislil!lllll!l!![lll!!  ���'"N EVEN'S"  'WJAPrfd & TELEVISION  i'��"ttira>i-i-rt^'_'Kl-fi-^^  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ::   ADMIRAL  *     *     *     * ���  BURRITT BROS.  RUGS AND CARPETS  *    . *      *       *  FURNITURE  Ph, 886-2200 Gibsons/ B.C  THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE  ST. MAIY'SVHOSPITAL SOCIETY    '  WILL BE HELD ON  i *  ��� ��  'MONDAY,'APRIL 26,1971 '  AT 8 P.M. IN THE  SECHELT LEGION  HALL  NOTE:  Entitled to participate in and vote at the meeting are:  1. Members registered  in  1970, who have paid  Membership  dues ($2,00) for 1971, before the commencement of the   meeting,:.: ,,:-,���.,.         .......:.,>....-..,.,..,,-..;....,,  2. Nfiw  Mfrnhf-rf  who  hnvp be^n   r^gi^ered  nnrl  have  paid  Membership dues ($2.00) for 1971, NOT LATER THAN���  30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING.  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL NEEDS YOUR SUPPOtVU-  AND INTEREST JJ  NEW MEMBERS WILL BE WELCOME  _^_ ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL,  ~^ G, E. Hopkins, J;  Publicity Chairman v  MMIfflHW^  J.  .  Centennial Projoqt  GlIwMi.s Vllla^o CuiUqiidIhI projoel,   'UlbHoiiH, W-it, Ih hooii keopln-' an eye  bonullfldnilon of Iho Memorial Park,   ol' pro^roKH, Duoorntivo Hlonowork In  - Ib wpll under   way and   Cont6n'nUira holiiM-cnrrled out l>y Mr, Alex SiiDp-  CJommlttoo Imlldintf cliai'rman Uohh-   kins, /Tlio whllod tftm wlllliukn In iho-  c'lovon. EtrnvQR of Iho original (ill)Koiui  family Miuk pi'ovldlng a nunnorial for  all lime, Uflinliulur of Iho park ai'oa  \h l,o ho dug over,, rograHHod aiii  plnnltii'l wilh decorallvo hIii'UIm,  '  r*3^N  "HAPPINESS IS  fhe Happy  EASTffR  Tiro FTP lloppy Npit. I�� otlnolly  Ihroo gllti in orio. Il'i qn, orronoimont  of lro*h ��|"l*-p flo-vo'i, A lift �����)!  orchid coriagt), A rouioohlo wicker  tHHM, Oirly "froiw"' yoiir FTP Tlotl����,  Cull or nfop In May tor delivery  nlmntr onywlioro In Ilia country,  a    'A ;  \  886-2325  EASTER LILIES  'Mm *'  * POTTED MUMS * AZALEAS  HYDRANGEAS * CINERARIAS AND, FRESH  CUT FLOWERS FOR YOUR FLORAL  ARRANGEMENTS, r  * PINWHEEL CRYSTAL  * FJ.D.TINSOFTCHd,COLATES  J_*-PfRMANffW*FLORAL-l-  ARRANGEMENTS  Colribrnlo tq-ilor wilh n gill ����l Jiomilllu  ||r>wcr*��. Whol ticllor wny to wlf��h lh"  n7~J^.|w-��t^tn>..>'fr|ervl��-'noor--'rrrKf"-fnrrk'���-���"  C|L pqlnt |s�� Iho^frp-tho-j^Jongosl-lcibiiiifj palnl yon ran  buy, In ony price rnnao, Bacauso all the extras are in  the pnlnl. Not the prlco tog. And hini'o Cll, pnlnl lail't  loncjei, you don'i hove lo ropninl rif�� olion. Thai way,  i| costs l(3tj!j llinn.ordinqiy pni,nl, Now there's on oyon  l)oltor prica. You !>oo, lhe moie wo buy, iho lost) ll costs.  Till*) time wo bouphl a truck load,   '  '��.'  fx) you ran (jot C|L point for as low as 6-19 o rjnllon".":  Like our S|)ocial whito interior- pc"iri| Ihcii's ideql lor  ceilinas ond oyon collorjas, You can llni il loo, Or,  you con rjcl our while, red, or.greon exlerjor palnl.  Dial's perlecl 'for ulllily buildings, collqgos and  loncing. Come In now ond save on uur- special prices,  Anil got yoursell on oyoful,' p   ,  " ' s   '    '.      ,.,".'������  JOHN harviv; Arto no anpmickii grigory  free: hospital delivery  '  Paint fwk$\  ll  CHOOSE YQUR COLOUR IN;  ir INTERIOR LATEX WHITE  A INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS WHITE  \    A EXTERIOR W^TE  '��������� EXTERIOR LATEX  ���   ,T   '   ' ������,-    '���    '��� ..     "       ��� ���������        ; ;   '"��� ���   ���;'  .w*te?.-LJFpH*LY^  PAINTS Dollar for dollar ydur best buy  'j / * ^ t *  . *   ���>��. ��* V  >   p  *.t  (tst***st fit ft it j* ��1 ** ^m^i*^** 4*/* >* rt +t 0U a' -���>/* ��   rt/P- r *   *- t. j�� * j* a 4 ,* t*., * ���  �� tt*t t\r**-\*.s   *,0-*0j00   *���-   ��,��  t+' + **,****��t*ii i   ** U Rushei  tr>  ,\4  -1'\  ___ty_-_iakEO?lfien  ALL, TOBACCO and. "'alcohol 8<Jvei-ttei;ng  ���will be banned from British "'Columbia  altm:_Sept( 1, 1071t   '..;." ���';     "?  Let's take a short look i^tq the future .  a--, the lav> attempt^ to save ihe masses  u  irom the evil breweries and the terrible  *    merchants of nicotine,    "'.'.    j  _    It is Sept. 5, across the pro'vipce the '-  .... .-^ newspapers are dry, no longer are we  enticed into walking a mile for a c|gar-  i etle,  In the Okanagan wine makers begin  reverting   to  making  preserves as ��� their  '  s-ilep drop with the advertising ban-  ��� "^Post office staff work, over Time arid  Life and various other magazines as they  tear- oui the subversive advertisements  foi: booare and tobacco. BTC.^ydrq linesmen are out with their wirecutteis chop-'  * ping he'cablevisjon lines that would bring  .   pornographic commercials into the, jielp^/  less homes of B.C, citizens!'  Blaqk shirted men roam the streets,  seeking and destroying storg displays for  _ . cigarettes. A Labatt's Brewery truck is  stopped and painted over, it's blaring  message of sin covered from the eyes of.  cowering pedestrians; Will t(-ey become  alcoholics after seeing this advertisement? Ord-y time will tell  Suddenly a man goes berserk on the  sidewalk and begins singing ''Winston  tastes good like a cigarette should". Irn,r  mediately he is set upon by the specially  trained "Temperance Commandoes" and  is dragged to a paddy wagon. As the billy  clubs fal,l he is heard to whisper "All I  wanted was good taste". The man's home  I is raided the same day and his guilt is  1     '    apparent.  1 Throughout the house are did  cigar-  \ ette coupons, a radio dialed to a Wash-  I ington radio station, and in one window  I a defiant ad for Calona wines. The house  "�� ii"  burnt  to the  ground, of course,  and  ���> his family is exiled to-Alberta.  j. As the  months  drag on  the conflict  |        worsens., In  late December a  villianous  {        old   ladyl is-fiound   with  an  uncensored  ' copy of Macleans' magazine, *ffeatuTing, a  j.        full page ad for Christmas spirits.   '  i Afraid that it may be too late to save  'L        her from tbe evils of alcoholism, she is  quietly interred in an insane asylum.  ,      '      Pn New Year's Eve sighs begin -ap-  f        pearing all over Vancouver telling" every-  ==���=#tteM^=&4��i^^-(^^i?=B4(^te?fa^  cAmampaeuQW mawae's'in fianders Fieim  *-HAs in Many countrifsmqqme. jhf fmwfm of, ' '���  RFMFMdRANCFFQRTHF PFAO0F8QTH WORLD WARS,  , o "  Tl  Section B  iii1 i  We-neaSsf, Agaa 7, 1971   r ; =r������= ~~  Pages 1-6  Olive McGregor  Devoted community worker  posses offer long. illness \-  *>��'  **,  i  i, ,fA^  V*  ,t f  ,y/( gff'ffStfflqsW MARK  l^JHKWthAlilNmRSASy.fiF'm SRITISH LgGlpH ^^JDlMWs ASSOCIATION  '���"t-^f-JJ.  -  N %J  .4  Ammm^mmmiMmoms of  zzmzk: ;:j��; zmiiMDm^mmAm:mQms%pom,  Legion jubilee  Hospital Auxiliary  ends Bridge series  WITH the death of Mrs. Olive McG_<tgioir  in St Mary's Hospital laac wcd&tcxril  at the age ��f 63, the senior citizens ofi tfcm  Sechelt area ha vie lost one o�� tfce fe���fll  friends thoy ever had or ace ever i_ctc%  to have      %  - Born in' Dublin Irrelfu^i, fife. M&-  Gregor came to Canada with her fca__QsF  as a child. Before <coimng to retire _, Wean  Sechelt in 1965; she and' her tiusjaaxu^ BaB^  lived in Vancouver. She tvprfeeS ftarr several years at the MeteroiogxcaJ SaaSttOEi  at the Vancouver Airport.  During ihe~six years she had &-?edj cm  the .Sechelt area, Mrs. McGj-egoir &���$  devoted herself partrcutarly to aEE pfiaaas.  of work for senior' citizens, la S/iay $M&  the Provincial Government appointed! Euar  as Senior Citizens' CounsefiQc- ifa'tr titoe  Sechelt-Peuder Harbour as_* -audi n�� fife  capacity she was alvsys. jreaxry lo, jgiwe  help and advice to old age pensBEtu���is.  She was secretary of Branch. 63> Ssxsmtr  ��� Citizens'. Association for three weans asad  for the past year she harf feeea ens fi&_  Board of Ihe Provincial Esecutrwe of _i_e  Senior-^itizens' Association. Fair the p&ail  three years she had been a d&reefej-jr aff  the Sunshine Coast Senior CitfezensC.Biau*-...  ing Society''and' sto .wa9 a-��e_.ftiar "eff  the L.A- to Brandt 140 Cartadcan. EosgjaEi.  Snt vas. jmusician^to Sunshine -Rebekab \  Litdge ��S2 and^-a mernber of the Anghcfin,  "0-_ira_ Wiomcrr -of St. Hilda's. To all these  t-igiL-nazalaoias ihe gave  ungrudgingly   Of  __��� flame and tajeivfcs, and still found time  tUD ibe & good neighbor and a good friend.  A jgaiacd -musician, she sang and played  nme rjaiunoand ihe organ Her fingeis were  naL3_r idle for she was always  dressing  (�����_�� _nd iljnaliawg woollens fpr the, ehi.}?  -_it��_ is^j!3--��S��3i.e���i<^ ^p^nd^ioHp^ys^t���ti,?^-  Gamanaa  PM  Beta.. Camp  eacl,   summer.  is^aaralily   i'l-appy  and   cheertiil   p.y  'dis-  guDiKJiacm,. Mirs. .McGregor bore illness when  So. icainae. wMi great courage aiid sfte-neygr  a-amaailied defeat.  ' -pae*. wbdie area joins wij-h gill Mc-  _Ef��jgc>r ai. unciuraing her losi-.i |ier passr  ���fiaag- -Beaves-a gap ii. the life pf ��echelt ':  ��sii__a at wailJ .hdeetf bp^ difficult tq- fill.  \*   il  * ��� *i  v *���  V4'  r��  Blcke C. Alderson D.C.  P��* Office Building Sechelt  Phone 88Sri3^'3"'"  '|^;"'a'8'6;232l-'. :  ���. -    i  -.  TiacsAnj to fridoy 10:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m,  ' S_wday 9i30 oiini ��o"i:09"pVfi��. "v'  EV��W31SI��S BY AfPQlNT^iiNT  on  MANY thousands of people throughout  the wprld have reason to remember  the young Can&dian poet John Macrae  whp was killed in action barely three  weeks before tlie end of World War Iv  Macrae's immoral poem "In  Flanders  N  rag-ir-  Despite joint action by the Temperande  leagues, the Vancouver police and the ���  RCMP, the signs keep turning up. One is  .painted in 4 foot letters on the side of-  the MacMiUah Bloedel biiiildihg. Ihi I  final attempt to stop the terrorists fhe  War Measures Act is invoked through j.he  province. All advertising personel iind  known sign painters are rounded up arid  held, wjlhoul bail. "We believe there was  a pot by a. Russian Vodka "manufacturer  to take over the government of British  Columbia" is the shocking official version. '  But the trouble is only beginning.  An underground newspaper is dragged  into eourl for having,a cigarette ad silyly  "ij^iglthi"���wiih���ite^-upettHtti���linea-r^-i���''far  Flanders  fields  the  poppies     blow,   Be- ing Canada, Newfoundland, Rhodesia and  tween  the  crosses  row  on  row..."   not Great Britain. The poppy motif also ap-  only   poignantly au]derlLne^_the_.iLOjxoj'S_ peared  on  stamps  Issued  by   New  Zea-  of war  b^t also  prompted  the  adoption land and her Pacific Island dependencies  of the Flanders poppy as the emblem of" in 1965 to mark the 50th Anniversary of  remembrance for the dead of both world the Gallipoli  landings.  SECHELT Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital Merry-Go-Round Bridge finished  the 1070-71 season with a pleasant evening of bridge on Friday, April 2 in St.  Hilda's Hall.  Prizes for  the tournament and even-  .   0     . .       .       ,        .,���<���,, ing's play were awarded. Congratulations  Spj^ajpo^  py funds in aid of ex-servicemen's wei-    WhiUaUe,.    winners   of   the   torment  L^JT-Zft ^ ,l^li��w^d"     wilh a fine total score of 41,130.  War I. Later, in 1023 and 1928, New  foundland also depicted her war rnemor  ials on stamps.  '1  male wrestler w)io wppls lqvc" djsepvej-s  Jho_frighlximn(i_ineKsagc-of-addiel ioiir- In-  s tin  i��A  n  -,i  V A  coilit the yiu-inj* patrolman wluspej-^ out  tlio foul advertisement to a shocked upd,-  iei|ce,-.       '   . " ���    By j-hjH time Mayor. Cahiphell has had  orioiigli. .i'Tliosp biiiiis are taking over",  he says, as he rams through a law staling t.ha,t,;,a|-yoiie caught sturii-g ��it their  cigarette piiukugo ton long or showing it  In someone e|so will be "prosecuted to  the full pxtenl of Hie law".  'i;ho udvertiHiiig- p'rniilli|tuin siits off  waves pf dissent. A piralo radio slnlion  .begins / broadcasting beer and tiigureiio  (.;o|)|iripraiu|H. In Ko|ownn the welfare  li|ie{) gut  longer, IliiiTiird Slroel- is  l|ncr|  , A  "if  . ���",;  i,i i"  Willi vex-a(lverlJHii)g men roaming listlessly and forming into piuiks,,  University sliidcnls slick old cigarette  ,(!(>mmoi'(!lulH to their twt,. Clgnniiiu and  alcoliMl Hales leap m the pooplu got inorc  and more irritaled, ,  W-'ully, two ������ wuoIih. before (JlectIon,  Preinler. Honnoll calls �� news coiifereniio,  "Tlio law, banning alcohol and lobiutco  iiilvertlsing will be withdrawn, It is llmo  wo Iioj-iui inililnk of iho people, T don't  know wlmmi idea this was, but I'm going  lo l'|l)i| dill," |ie (Idclarcs, I'lvoi'yonei.'I'tpH.  If'll'l", The end,  The Gallipoli campaign  has been remembered more times on stamps than any  dfhe'r event of the First'World War. Australia issued two tamps in 1035 marking  the  20lh anniversary and. the following  year New Zealand also issued "Gallipoli"  stamps which bore a small premium, in '  aid of ex-.servicefnen'iy charities. Australia  again issued three stamps ip 1965 f^pr the  daliipoli   50111  anniveisary;   The  stamps  bhowed ope of thc h.P*'os of Gallipoli, %  Prjyate Sinipe-W Wld a donkey y/\i\) which  tee,rmsm$BW>f.pt j-in, wounded, com-��,  Piltln'gly, Turkey Issued'in lOfifi Ihroe  chu|-l|y stamps !�� honor pf t|ic combat:  aillti oi both sides. Qpe ii>l*rinp showpd"  Turkish, Aiislrajian and New Zealand  soldiers presenting' firms ill the Garlipoli  WM'' mcinoriiil.  jNaturully t||p grim reminder pf war is .  not one wbipl)i�� featured lightly, or olfen"  on Blariips. Ye|. t!)pi;'e are limes when il  can rase ii sniiiciof soils, ul. Jpust among  keen philalelisls. .  Take,; for exuippk, the I M and 2'Ad  ���j'lampH  which Jamaica   releused  in   10|l> "  .showing   llio "departure 'uridt:||ie n-plui'il  of the .Jamaican World War j con|.inger)t,   :  The 'iWd siUinp'i'ealiired the Union f]��ck'  ,  , .y        In U|e side Illinois oliherslalnp und |t .was  lines���-(if���uIit--~Flaiidef!H-rl''lei(|su7----l tr -the���,(pii(il'ly-diH(iov��|^(|rt(H'he-G|��bai,r-(��,ii��nienU~~  wars.  The links which Macrae's poem lhus#  helped establish among so many people  will be brought to mind again later this  year���with the issue ot a uni<lUe British  postage stamp.  Three special Anniversary stamps are  |.o be issued by Britain on-August 25  iapd one wjH bp to mark the golden jubilee  pf the British Legion���the non-pplitieal,  non��sectar-jan organisation open to all  P\er\ and women who l*avp served with  ,lh*e Jgtff^, pf. the drflW.m.. TliR -BnWsJ)  Region ^yas fqip-f-cd {ay t^fl Hdlg ip J^L  The stamR wl|l he' HH'qup becpi|se if  _wl]Lho-tlic-fjrsHhv'e-lbat a British stamp  WiM have directly referred to World War  I |n its theine; The' npiirpst prpyjous  rpfprpj|��e was when a f-uhpi*'- first war  fighter pliine���|hp |3opw|th Cirnio)-~was  featiired wilb modern jc|s on u JOOH stuiiip  LYiiomcrnpj'atlng. tl'ip golden jubilee of the  Uoyol Air" f>>rp.e.'-  Perhaps because of Ihe special relationship J-etween 'Canada and France,  Cni\adtan"' Slumps have several- Uipes  featured themes related to World War I.  The most mpniorable was, perhaps, Die 5o  stanip issued in lOlfll lo c(immemorii|e the  f)(|ll| unnlvcrsury of John Macrae's death,  -The stamp bore liii, portrait and the first  Prizes for the evening's plajT went to,.  Mrs. Margaret Humm 1st; Mrs. Phyllis  Parker 2nd. Miss Chris Ward presented  a pi'vde to Mrs. Gienna Saliahub, Ihe student player of her bridge class with the  highest score  for- the evening,  Mrs. Dorothy McCallum was given a  hearty vole of thanks for- her v��ry capable convening of the Merry-Go-Rouhd  Bridge. "The coffee table was beautifully  decorated in-. Easter, them with, bright  Spring flowers.  %.****0,************************  |-.yj NOTICED r  r****0i********************  i���_  KE BI9��S ALL HIS CLOTHES;  AT UNCLE m\\CWt%f\\ .  ���!  0**��M*************0****************0*00  ii^^S  About the man "who robbed "a music  store and got caught with the lute.  1*000*****00********* ***000000'************r  TOTER/a CLUB  I'lip Hocrwds wln'liy a luml;)  ''' n  11  Tlm gullly verdlcl for 1,1. WHIam dpi-  l"y lia/i bail an effect, upon ||'m Anioilcan  public 'Ihal no onu predicted, For 1|i�� f|rnl  ililio .llio hawks and l|ip doves are both  irg/ilnfil lhe war in Viol Nam, Tlio ImwkH  IVinl llial Cirlloy |h a hero, Ihu doves Hint  he Ih u inickur, ' ,     ,' ,,  Tlm |iawl< version Ih -frightening in ||H  Hlnipllclly. ConuniinliilH iii-ir.'bad people.  Clilluy MJIml over 100 conil|lUiUnl'j( .|||U|'U.  lorn (!nM(iy Ih a hero, Tliey miiipleinunt  llidlr yiir-iioii wllli llm lad Hint |"nn|'lwfl  klll more (/Ivlllans ov��ryd��y ihan Cnlley  killed nl My LiiJ,*,Hoinii|inw lliis makun it  -��IJi'l��bl;io Mpo'ii woidoii iiridcliMdrpnr"  , Wlial lint My Lul inamiueni ban  hroiiglil homo liiiid to lliu Amerieirn pub-  lie |n lull meaning of llio wind war,,,Not  Ilia l'inilanoi|.,Jolm WiiyiMi-floibon-onr"'  utile vorrinp but Hie iri|o verHinn'of mnall  chiililrnii ninl (Tippled wiimen, pf blood  Uiul liiiln ami 'iiriiolly;  . I'erliapii now people wll^H'ogln lo'reai-  bn the Jiinanliy mid Ur'o' IhJuhUcu ibm.  mm Willi war , , , for If W|||)ain C��||iiy  In execiiKiil  for I))n ^rj Iiiich Im will -liirve  truly 'ilhid for liuf ulim',     "    ���'  .... ',   '    .,...-    ' '[���������'.  <  same year a llio slainp marked the fid ill  anniversary of lhe Arinistice ppd showed  Hie Caninijan War Memorial^MJWmy  Ihdge. ^^-^ -^  In fact Frirpco had lier.self Issued, I wo  slumps and special iioHJeirrds in ilWI  whep Hie Vimy \i\dW Memorial wan firsl  unvollcfl, Tluee years later Canada feaf-  lU-ed her war memorials, on ,a set, of  idampH, ' '  Nowfoundlmirl, which of wuiii'iki Ihhikk)  Its own Hiampn boforo Jnlnlnji the C'on-  federaliou in HMD, prodiiced n' set" of i;i  HlainpH |p .Immary I lilt) uliowlng Om ��'��r|-  bnii and inscribed w|t|).'llie bailie honors  pf um Newionn<|lm)d contingent in World  of the .luniuipiins and (he delighl (if cririo-  Muekipg   pbilalelistR,   lhat   the   flag  was;  upside down tfiu distress signal I 'J'fiu ei'-  ror was swiftly correcU.'d,  More recoil tiy there is the ���case of the  current   Hie  Hoyi-liulloH- definilivii  stamp,  H siippoonrlly features iho CJarmtin' bjil-  lleship Jinoiiigsliorg    wlmili  raidei'l    lhe.  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SALES qnd  S:^ ��� COASTAL TIRES   SErY1��  Phono 886 2700 USE YOUR^ CHARGEX  Ci, 3 *i-*'5  I   \  a  LOMRARD'S RIG CHAIN SAW VALUE  "[JOE EPJa(SEOiia0���l  Till, POWIillFUl. 4.'' OU, IN, I'W'fN': Will.      .  HAVH'YpU 6RTTJNQ.TMC I'ACfi WITH i-A'SH  B  7  i'Hjj*^-..  m*  Dttslfiiinit (tit ilm fiiofoss/onnl ��� Prlwl (nr winyiinn  j)l'||0^i,/\iifOMAiiCQli.uj.. 6PAflKMIIW|i:RiM(ini,ili;  TIIYPNFiA'r;,.  ,   s ���       ,  -  ���  IK  U.A.P. ASSOCIATE  Cowrie Street, Sec holt ,   i Phono 885-2296   1  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMm  N" ',  '/  IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIHIIIIUIIinilllllllllllMIUIIIIIIIIIIINIHIimillllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII  :i||lllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIMIIIIIIiniMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|IIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIHinillllllllN  I' . '......._.    '  '������'.- ���,. A,-.' ���''.,.'. ' '  ,P  JiA  ��ITS  Summer Stunners  'Spring has enmo and our Pail-Ing  Suits hnvo orrlvorl Inlinio for our  Rnzonr of' Voluos, Qiooso ono  now whllo Iho soloctioii Is bosl '  ,- rJ..,A,,J^l ��� __ _ _  Kjoddard^  *.y;ad/iio/i   L*t>n tra  SMnny*rD��r Plaxa, Gil-son*  Troll Boy Centre, Sechelt,  r  iiiiijiiriuuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiuiifuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniHiiuiiu  i^nfiiiifiiiifiiiMiifMiniiiinfiMiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  |iiiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiMMiiiiiiiiin  n  �����, \  APRIL 7 *  .   APRIL 10  t  EJQjP C   GRADE A  "Vfcl   Medium Slro , ;   CELERY California No, 1',. .;..,.....,..  TEA BAGS���N��M>, 60'b ;...  TOMATO -JUICE-���Llhby'ii, ,9 9*, tin  PINEAPrf-LE-^NoMi, 14 oF, tin .....;  ORAMQRCRXSTALS~Ta^  1 .fURKEYS *mhfmm  don, ���P(^  hunch 19c   ��� 79i-'  i   4 for 79c  % for 47ft  4 for G5c  HAAAS "s;,d',0 e,t'  a  Grodo A, 10-16 lh^t  o Eot,  Shonk Portion JJ,,'.  lh,  lb,  PHONE 005-9416  SECHELT  1 *i i < . i ��     ' '  EfllllHIIIHinHJIHWniHIIIIUW  :  *"V  ^^^^^^^^^^S  iS^^�� 1     '",  I .\  iMiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  r_ x  vi��,  -   _*.  }    J  X.     <  \i  That, being a member pf We Credit Won, our  office can of fpr you      '-'���".  * CHEQUING SERVICE    .:  ������WANS ' '-"'  r        -���.savings   ;  .   _   ��� SPICIAL DEPOSITS  All on a por with the largest Credit Union Offices,  Come'Hn qricj see all about ft.  j  �������-"  Wednesday, ARfHT/ 1f?1 ���'"*��� The Nrfwfa.Tjffw Nse *4    ipii!^  'P,ry.', i "tz:��|4-,'���'rv'v^-v'<- - "y'i^i>-'>;i-���"ifui '^-^. -;>p ,,*,-��� ^-- |      * ^,,>?1,fi;vt%"!'"  . . ���  ���*���    'l" <"    .  t : ,:, \   <,*;</i *''>   ,jJ��  , i,. \.        ..   i        *   > ' -  -'- _.'  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Pair So  3  B  3  7TT  ; $2S IfFMf ^" s  "t--  G/VfN TO SPOT DANZl  a  a-  SECHELT' PHONE 885-2311    |  iinHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiuiiiiiiiiniuiMiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiim  vfpmwm^iw*wmuwnimmi^^  FOR THE  FISHERMAN,  fORTME FAMILY   I  Iff  FIBREGLASS  Reg, $258  CARTOPPER BOAT  NOW  During the eight week Bazaar of Values promotion starting April 7th The/Times Will be giving away  $2QQ jncash.1 Puring the first four weeks $10 will  be awarded. For the^Howing thr^e week�� $20 will  be given. And at the end,of the eighth week some  lucjcy person is ^oing to win $100,. A|l <e^ries will  be k^pt fpr the duration 9^ -t,he prgrppffoi' Yqu have  chance tq win each week plus the grand prjze of  $100. Ent^r cfs rr-gny times qs^ypM Wish? Use the  cpupop or rflflH to The Peninsular Times; Or you  cpr^feaye them with any participating merchant.  .|Eqch we^k there will be a draw and the lucky win-  ner-s name will be published in the following edition.  EARRINGS WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY LADIES' SWEATER  OVER $4.98.  I  B  | YOUR  3    Troil Bay Centre, Sechelt  (U   DEALER  3  Phone 885-2335    3  EilllllllllllllllllUlllllllllUllllllllllllllUIUUIEIIllllllllilllllllllllUllllllllHllllllUIIIIIIIIIIHllUlllIll^  t-'-x^���-"--"��� r  m/ii��iHiii-/(H/-/rmf/m��������i/����/(nfm/(ii|  mow powiii pm potuNo.  e  a  @Sil0@00fIH0H0E3P_j  Floater Jacket Special  Safety and styling of a low price. Odd and small sizes.  Reg, 39,95 While They last  NAME .  ADDRESS  PHONE  : :'".-'.    D  El  -��� - ���'���-- -    '���   Q    m  i wi kps' n fib wi p*ji ot pi r*i r*- F3  M  3  B  i  3  B  3  lipfc't a great sow fpr professional  cn''crs ... a |ight-wcight sow Vith  dctjgn,���power,���arid faster speeds.  Fel|s trees up to 5' in diarrictcr, The  |Hdmcl|ro Super X|.-902 gives you  more -power���foster cutting���longer  cutting���plus on automatic chain  oi|cr.- Cuts faster! Saves you time ond  wor|<, |c'i yoM carp rrforc money than  cycr |?cforci Lets you work cosier, with  less faflguc. It has all the famous  Hbrncljfp professional features. .Try  jt. Buy It.  \f//   j  5  ��  0000,  P*m  _  SO LIGHT IT  CAM PE PAI.AKCEP  Drop Info Cliff's For All Your Sports And Summer Needs  ill's Boats & 'Accessories lid .  1    SECHELT PHONE 885-9819  l|llllll||||l||��HIHIIIUIllHI!I[!t!!!t-JI3!!��in��l|linilllllllHIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII|INUIUI|-i��UIH��IIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHII  1 '��� ' ' ���   ' ���    i  ���|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii��iiiMiimiiiiiiM��iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii��^ ^MiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiMiiniiMiiiiiiriiiiifiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH  A:t:^^^%  ��� I'MrTtt  OfH ONE HANP  SAWjCENIWE LTP  Cowrie Sf��� Scchclf  Phone 885-9626  N  /  ��� ,SEE a  SELECTION :Of  PRE^FINISIHEP  PANELLING  SPECIAL FROM  1   ^.  in  TO  , TWIf^l CmUi XUAABER' &   ;  BUILDING-SUPPLY LID.  Sunihlno Cooif Hlgliway, GlNion*' Phono 886-2808  wiiilMiiiiiiiiiililliliiiiiiMiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiuiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiniiiiiiiiiiH  LARGE SELECTION Of  VMDGOOPS..AND  SW/NG NOTIONSr  ��  yWcGAtt PATTERNS,  W06Lf EM^OIDERY^  TAPESTRYZ  .   i   - -A    _    V  OUTFIT TlllifAMli-Y , . .,',..,  Clolhlnn for infnnfs, chllclron, |o<|)os   g   |  nnd itjoiti, r$|(-|-fii"li|!>f G.W.G., Uvi's,  '  i  ���. i.o(iy|>|i(l���  5     3  Wo'.AIsq Sfocfi StnplR fte-Tr.s., , , .,  IkJdlnfl,, Tovyels, TuMtfdollis ole,  r*iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifviiiiifiiiiiiiiiiif��iiiiMiiiiiiiiiaiiiiuiiiiififiiiiiiii��iiiiiiiniiiiiiiMfiiiiiBT-  ^iiiiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiniiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiiniiiMMii  WELCOME TO  WlE HAVE ALL THP ROOTS.  |    With (ippt-tri, wlMl��>Mt nlppori, cowboy,  ilren  hl-oiio,  |ow  ones,   |i).|)ctwccn   '. one*. 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Admissjop SOc  IP a.m. tQ 9 p.m.*  /Tickets obtainable from  <&      POY MEMBER OR SCOUT flOGSE  *Y      664.W  BROADWAY ���  OR AT THE POOR1'  ^0***0**0*0000*0.000*00**0000 00000**00**0000^  i'-^'Jn  ���'���.    _. _   K ��� ./��� ��� - ���   \ s  ���"" "���"*       -   ���-- *  ' ������*> ��� "     ���    *-^   *-fcl -.   -.' "- 1-..iiTj  l[Jij'Jir rr   Mir-^al. V till -n lit--Tnir-n-iT  -.   >    *  lln. finMi'  -r""'-1-'-.-\ - .                           Spring Fever  Taking refresher course in cycle rae- followed by Sam R��id and ^rn Wishing tq the delight .of students, teach- love. Rod Lizee had to tame a capri-  ers start out on the gruelling track cipus bike and Mr. Seymour took it in  With Jim Gray in the lead, closely measured style.  T"���mfw!-���  'I    V-  h Ai  /  Vi  .*l  'V  //  Ci  1   ��� \ .   ��  I  n  ih.  \  >.  ��� y     ;_^y  iW' v  *f~-  |OAT JUILDINf  & HEPAIIrllNQ  Top / Cyclists ���  It took determination and* excellent   $   WOOD  &  FIBREGLASS  control "over their��� bicycles for stu-    fc:    ���.'J,'"'___��� ������������JJA^*,0i*A~''  djents to take first place in noon hour   j.,  ���, GLA$$ PONTClPNS  race's at Sechelt elementary school   $.  on Friday.  First place  winners in   |  junior, intermediate and senior races   -  for boys and girls   were : Trevor  Paull, Gary-Benner, Don Rheaume  and Trevor Reid (tied), Sheree Sum-  merfelt,   Lyn    Eberle  and    Cheryl  Adams.-. -  ^ FUEL TANKS  �� Bus. 883-2521   or Res.  883-2297 f  $0*****00**000***0*0*00*0****0*0*00****0**01  -f>  ���  \  I  I  9  I I  i ;  ��     -V  *\  ��4w��     ~r��>~l>r^JXX*.V.M 1_in '4��-"  _.    - 1  !^  r  >  st.  -*-o  ���v.  Champion  li\ lln Linn cyclists- reaehed the-zig- . ipaLSam...Reid in_the lead _which_he  <il Lip Hu \ were pretty well winded,    held to the finish line.  Inn di i\ lakes a spill to put princ- r ���  Halfmoon Bay Happenings~  antertainment  at Gibsons thfeatre  THE Qible .     . Ihe first movie to tell in  cqntinuous sequence, the stories of the  Creation, Adam and Eve, Cain and Abeil,  Noah andjtlie Floods jjie Tower o�� Babgl;  "the Destruction of Sodom and the saga-  of Abraham . . . will be shown at the  Twilight Theatre at the erid of this week.  It is not a movie everyone..should see,  it is a movie everyone must see, if they  havent already read the book.  * Barrelling in next is 'Paint Your Wagon', a riotous, comical, beautiful adventure in film. Lee Marvin, Glint Eastwood  and Jean Sebreg star in this musical of  the gold rush days. ��� -  __ ���Scream and Scream Again is the naime  of the movie apd the geiieraT reactian .pf  the audience when this fm��l~Bvoliition -in  the horror movie industry comes to tfite  Twilight- Theatre" beg/inr/ing Tuesday. Recommended for adults and older teenagers. ���      ���  For those of you who get off ori Walt  Hot pursuit     -1 . ���by Mary Tinkley   Disney his ctfmedy 3on of Flubber will  Shaking off winter lethargy, Sechelt   raceseries Friday Noon Hour. Lea*}-   ^^ Stpi,a qi.ydon ceipbm|P4 he--^th   W JWW te^HP^^S-JU^s ��_%?��  Elementary   Sg|1001   Student   Of' all _ jng lhe_field_irL senior ��irjg race Jg   l Vvv-biVthday^ on -Mar-ch;24: with.U family Jeck   teylmd   h*s   left   for, m<zelton    ion when  ''fiaby  Love"  and  "Sweden���  agej? took part III an exciting bicycje    Sheree Summerfelf. dinner  parly .at   the' honie   of  her   son where he will teach tlie crafts, of jpwell-   .Heaven   and  Hell" dink  in  soon.   Take  George in Vancouver.,Present at the-djnr ery   making   and   block   printing-to   the    yom paients. for a good laugh  ner were her. I wo" sons, George'and Hay7 Indians   of   the   'Ksan   Association.   The  mond,  their wives,'her four grandchfkU course which will last for1 five weeks is  ren, Linda, Frank, Phillip and Sa|ly and ������' psousorod'.'by Manpower.,  Iier great grand,son, George. It was a Very Canon and Mrs. A. D. Greene wore in  ^^^AY,"^/W,-<;iteIr'����iXnll  .happy occasion for Mrs. Claydon, who'is Powell Riyei: last wek as the guests of  justifiably  proud of her  family, Two of Mr. and .Mrs, Jack Staniforth. They  at-,  her grandchildren have aready graduated tended  the  annual ceremony  for The a-"  and the other two wa,,rd qf C*otid C'llizen of the Year- which  year,   M'ndu. froni was   -"warded   this  year  to  Charles  and  Simon Fraser. Fpl- Nancy Stowell, Pf>|we|l Hiyer's Educationr  Inda's'   marriage  is al'MusW Directors. ''  m-at Toronto on M|,ri   Mary Walkers guests, ilusl  week-  is .otic- o| the pion- ou(l  Wl!re,her  sisler-ln-luw,. Mrs.   M.   P.  ���fi l-lonws Medal CuUol ������(��� victoria- who had just celobral.-'  yua|,< ud her-HOIh birthday and daughter, Mrs.  ��� Once iiguin hd lirsl report of a hrim-  mrrtfK\^tnr*!'*��**L)V3, /*rN-\ * - C' "A^^AWA^I'/fiHWAA���% \ 'II^1 wm !!l! "!' ^UJ!,0'' 'W h"U uL Pilnghird 'in lhe area can,e from Ml'H,  lffilfe#'4 f t\\ -'���' ^ ^rJ^M^^y^Wr^ ' ,,)0 Welcome l)eac|. Hall at 1| a.m. ��,��� No/mun Wll,,fi0n of WuHl Kucliolt., A Tip,  W_S'j&ffi?M^ k&lMmmWv miSmlwfhZ^ Saturday, April |0't.:, which all the child- ' ,-(?llH wus Be���n ,,, l)(J1. mdun 0I, M���,.cb 31,  ������ftM-M^ ,-<iW--.&-^^ ren of l|io��� Hay up lo ai-.l including-Sec-  '   ' .       1- ���    '  i-et Couti nnd 'Nfir'Wi'sl��� Buy are 'eoi'dlully'    - .   ","'' '''"' n"   ".#."'   A ''"'''"'"'   "��"'"  inviled. There will bo prizes for thu child-     LeqiOn rpTClllC UOttimaflCI  finance Company  Repossessions  ^_yI#3  '69 GALAXIE 500  2 dr. HT ���:���-__-.,  '69  ROADRUNNER  3|3 4 speed -.   '68                 MUSTANG GT  390 4 speed    '66  CHEV BEL AIR  6 Automatic .  $1,895  $795  $495  $495  B5   CORTINA  GT  ���65  PLYMOUTH  6 Automatic .'.-.  LL4OALC0N J  STN. WGN   '64 ACADIAN  STN. WGN.   -  SAME DAY SERVICE  Financing on tho Spot  FARE PAID j* you buy  979-4)66 dr 879-6701  335 E. Broadway  Vancouver  , ftmm  $A?~A.*?<*,i  Ai  >r,  NVITATION  iff,  ���^  'If)  Hear Rev. B. Bonfkes  Of.the  Whydiffe Bible Translators  AfRIL,  18th  x        11:15 q,m, Befhcl Baptist Church, Sechelt  3 p.nr, and 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church, Gihsons  i*i  --��� -    "i1iJimi>\*i     ' - ���"  k,4     iV<1% v  ���Ml  run fiiiiUniMiiiiKt'|!]un|i!|'cgiis and I'or Him ronlpnnirrl nrniprl Rett  hum Kiii-h-i' imiH. lUiirriHiiiiHiniH will hu r:?",��, ",^* f?   .'  ���   f,   , . n  Hiii'Vod,  Tho' iivanl   Ih  Hpirn-inn.-.l   l.y   \\u: ItfcVHIiluN 13 M.l.'!. MhitJh, Pi'i-'hIiIuiiI, J'ik.v  HuiriiUKin   iluy    Mi-ci'imlluii   Coinnu����lon, ,    If" <'��i��mu����l !����' >'"/ ".V"' <-aiii.d|i..i  r \Z'%*<&Zj  ,\ .1 '      I '    i l I         f    I 4 A  it Pi -     '   *<" "1  f i i  ��*\!''{0W&0^ '    *     "'    "H    mol "tit' 'ihiV'^timP .^'u^'i'hidrmni^'Aiii'v    l 'n)Q  lm>)l!<il Pawod. nl  ��  ni(iuli;i|( irl'  &_kfe^i__^^ ;.         i     ";�� l����.��f.��H ��f ��l���� ^nrm on April ... - !Xi| M' iluaSl,'; "^KuJlrf^ pm��r��fn '^ hi"-  , ihn i))R��i-ii�� wh|cp-��r�� Hlrcnny In tho pns-.  imJ>n,QwiHu,nnd P'u.iii'iu ChoiinuiiiiH ul  If  'i;v i|.  CKNTPNNIAL  Muiriiionii  Hay Conlfiijninl Coiiiiiiilli.-o  1-iiKinii iiiiiiMiini'i'd luduy , ii|tiiii|<<:iiii)|iIh  word ifuw iKiniplultid lor Iho Cniriiiiinid'ii  n'lonionni'rl I'r.iijniiii,  Speedy  Mm* *���  /���  %A��,  KOHHinn df lhn ConUinninl ConimitUiu, um    ^]U \Uu\,m  ll-dro' lio' coimw around tlio Iniit o|)-    Uin-ynw-ohl Trevor l-'iu|| inkpH llr��t   h-indno-no and iho I'loneom will coriuiniy        j, iH pr'n,���,B(;,| t��� )))IV��� ��� |HiHi��iur| i-r :i7  Kloclo aml'lnlo tho finnl, ninftcU U)   \)\im. In ^eoliolt oloirhinlnry iSdifml'H   ^" l'''"��ili ��<> ru����iv�� nud w'-Hi-.iiion^ hiiuIouIm, miiio irn<i   runmiu, wiih iwn  the flng. iHHJackt'fl vvinifhfj pOfjl; OD'I" fflri-Wywtejb^^^ Thon- ���no llnmi hpocIiiI  n)��<|ulH with    ohiipnyppnH l��i��v��rV��iif����i-iv��r fnr Mnplyuul  iiiiSMMMMwiiMMMMvwMWM^^ id'inwouil (i|unjrn which "l''1 I")' l.rio IIu'oii     'ill An/{nni' lnt( ||/|l| Mir an 'il|U)l 'lay uliiy '  pibnonrti y,iiii wni'ti horn In HrlliHh f.'nl-.    - wljow  ipuy  will h�� hllkilod  fpy  thin  iiiiiblu, r-iiiiiMly,. Mi-M. J.olu Hnnn'iy, Mujiri' ,pw|��i<l In hmn'iH nf iiliirlunlH of tilnilliir ngo,  (J, II, Oror-tfn imd Mr. .lolirt ll'h/lwur, 'Hm  Hiimu- puinhur  of  Qiiohuo   HlurloulM  ���  ��� will h(il���liroui'hi io H.c, nnd will ho |>in  ^./'L^'*:*'!-'��-;iri**/tViJj1"^ J**H'^'^^^y**rJ ^V''''i.,J��il^Lh|Jif��iP��H.ln,.Vyii,w}iiv��ir, ���,,,. ,  fr.il��l-ilio-.'��rnwrColunil)lft7C��ihinniil��r-*" i^Hiclpaliinri.' nul luH\ri\d7.tTlTvV\l^  UiinuiiliDu liml I|hi Hfi IIoiivoi-Ih ixtliuilT dron of V��i"rnim, Ip onlor lo ----lijiivn lliu  tiN.'il In vitili lliill'inoun Huy wliurf oh Hm) oi'ijwflvo, ii Ih o-mhi h- uny Hlmlonl lu'lhu  i|l'i-ii'ii��nn   of   May, II,'   coinalnliu'   uiilll     Id- in w your nno uronp. ...  May 111, Till"!, "'hip Ifi " l'Ml'll<'a- ii(HI'��> llmlr '   "        ���-;-. ���- ���' ~* ��������������� -., ,���  iioiih Huy Tru'linn vuhhu) wh|i;|) loi/k. i^fl'       iA'fl��ir,''pr'ivl��'whiH" I'illii, iniivji,) h,so'"iI�� ''  ilijyn lu (iull IVoih (ii'iiy^H'ind In I'o/'l Vn'nV   llvii'ln h'liifl'i "|,ol in��! |iul II Ihlti way, hoyii,.(  oiinvni* In Mj.'lil mill w'an I'd')/' wrf'.'li'i'l or)    Do'yon .Ihhil* IVa woiih hlr)i��u n ullior  HIwiimIi HooH, "        .    > , for?"  /���m\ ���  April Bargains  ttrX  ���'I.  ��Z 't%/Z\jZ  ���%"*  GARDEN & PET SUPPLY  fD%*   i    i  i  '    >7, i       i  >$JA> U>'   )  ,A.*. 'Mhj   j-  OBTMO FERT��PZE��IS  AZAIiRA" and RHQDGDENPRON5  ROSE ,j'  GENERAL PURPOSE Af|C  {5 Mi, carton  oach  +*fm+0M*ifm 0m*0��i000*j0>  Mofinolinsi, ComfiMlo-t,, Rhodoij|^|;  und A^oleatt IN. UL60M  >n��  /  I.VIKYIIIII-Ki I OK   rill. (|AK|)IN       ,      ,  CO'MC IN ANP IJKOWSi: OR |0f< IKII, IXI��||<i" AhVIU. ON  ���     "- '-   -      YOVR fiAUDrMINfi PKOIJI l;M'), , ���    ; ���  '  �� i i i  .-.A.j-.-,.-*..���14 ' , *     -,,.�����<,:.,-.. ' ^ ( �� '  ' Open Eyory  Pay Pnrlnfl Spring;  ,',      Weekdays 9|30> 6 ���. Sundays ond Holidays 1 pm, f 6 \hn\        <  GOW^^ POINT ROAD, GIBSONS  , ,    -  (     PHONE 006-29)9  ,, }iw>pwvni^w<Mi[iww����#��!^��w<<<i^  ' 11 ���> t  NS  gg����^^^~ggW8gaa��a8gg~a  ga����a.v^a��-��Va.^a��ai��ia^atjg  ��� sechelt nm rrtotECTioN District  I'otl.ii |'i, liu/iihtf niyuii ibui'ilirj, nni|cii!,ic/noi| hm, lumt oppolniii'l RrMlKHINO QhllCIH  In lomliirl"on Lliifllon, to uintl TIIRItf (;i)-Tfnulc'i*v|or llm nlx-vo���'���nohlionwl 'IimiH;|.  |:0l< A 1111*11; CO' YI.-AK���'irUM'OI1 OII.|CI;, Iw^ l7)Un^im lo bo nlwlod 'Irom tlio  ownnrn ol I on<|i�� willno llui��� ComikujIion oi Ihu -Vlll<A|<" ol !'ikhrj|l,..TD II^CNQWI lt Ali  /OUI OMl���'Oim-'(l> liot.i.,.1 lo ho <il<--.k'd 'hoin'owimifc bl.l.iinrli. HOI wliliin llm  i"j,ifM,iiiUiri^Pi Hid Villoiji! ill Uiflmll, lliit. In Im known in, /OMI. IWO, llhi |'nji',ii'i��)d  ���Vnlfirrt In'./ono Ono Und Iwo mo liiinby nolllind lo .olliiMii.o niinilnnj li) bn ImiM in,  Mil, M<HH I" illH ll/M.lvlNMJ'AVl-,, !<I,C|I|:I.T, ))'<:, Apill T'lli, IV/l,ol iho  Hour of 1101)1 ill} 0'il'Kh p-in,.'il wbl<h pl'��"> ��n<l hour I will prou;>u<J lo toll lor  r)o|ninollon>> ,ond in lol-u volit. ol   tho l|i;clon. niruciil, ...  'Mxi t-ntd ri''"<:i|rir],vyill \>h rlowj'il ��i, soon <i�� llm v<jIu��?o|IIi�� tl����.l��4f* |��iiiuiili'| ����nl>  vol Ing wlii.-i) vol��.'!t mo <olM lor, Ijovo hm) '.oonl'-'d. ,  'holM -lilt'lAlU Uoy of A/onh, A,l>. 1^/1."; '���'"'.'���"      *'  .'���'   ,.   ��� .. . ;,    ,       , .;.' , >  ' '' ','       IHNJAMIMf). Thrill, ��� "  ,'       ',;,,''       '���',',, ,' lUTWKHINO oifiriu  mmzmzm  THE125V4  11  ^"."������."^���I'f'r' J , 7  "','��>'     "I  V"    'J*''-  THE V-4 PNQINE DPSIQN THAT SET THE WOfll-D'S 8PEE0  RECORD ANP WON THP OUT|30ARR,WOR|.D CllAMPlON-  BHIPRACe,  ��� fivlnrude'a low-sllhoueHe V-4 engine de&lgn snugs dowo  )n8|(iiil|ioniolorwiti|l|or8afoiyfli|ci*itHhl||ly, ���       ,    ,   ,,    ,  , ��� n��w ; iniomttl "power, tMnori" tiAhauBtWeiom" dolivorB     ���������'  fpnro ptirfannoriQi* pariinroopnmr,  ��� Oomi>ulor-r|p("lanod|pwor unit olvoo iilllmnlo epood firjd  ��� pxclijuivo piisii-hMiion'Olooiro-hyfiffliilio ohift,  ��� piuo puloniflllo elnglo,(ever ponirol md op'blo nt nn oxtm  y  atfargy,       > ' ���   ������*;' ��� i  r  .    .       '. '    ���, ���- '    . ���  i- ���       i , -i .     ���      .    ���  ������...��.. \ ���>��� , , ,.  Conici hr and mo iho cdmphja FMnrmh'"lino lor '71,  -.,!     <   14 models Irom 2 lo 125/ hp* \  Gibsoois AAarino  Services Ltd;  , Morlna Drivu - Phono 686/7411 ',  i, ', .'.    .   ','  ;  : >      ,,    .'���. , >  )4^^B-w��t��^w����wiiiiwi^iiiii|iiMW>i*w'��i"������*w^'��-��ii^ .iinilii ��wmnfiiw#iniiwwi  �����vmr  A/ladoira (Vlarfna  -.. '..litd. ,;,,,i,\ \  M����l��lro!"PorkJ Pli��wo 003-2266  v*<  ;/  ���rw-PfwmwwunKiiiiiinitiii im jmmiN  /'   . t\.   '  mm+mfmm  *    0-t  0   ������   0-,     fl  ���   rr (4 4% ��j   J  ��t   i j   n-  r����>r f >   * ^f 5- ^t?9V ��� ,* i*'*& >?**, ^  \  11  Eiwrw niwumwniiiulM  __a__af_s_  if ILL A PEW  i%  h*A -I  - ?   -  1 ��� -,  r  ,   Pivision 6 Chc-nrjps ,-...  Division ^, Gihsons Gdugars ,v Ewent GleA'Wlieeter/KeitR Comeau,  | up \hh season ph Sunday1 play;-. JBrad .Quarry, Tornipy% Zueff, Gill  - fathers \\v a &ist tough game ^lyiLisgrqye and.Difdy.(>pjitfier;Pi;prit:  The Pqnipsula Tioigs , Peigo B*$  >  Wednesday, April 7, 1971  ^ PARS - OAR LOCKS  **��.%$<;- Mrr JACKETS  BOAT LENDERS  -MAtf HP ACCESSORIES  '    TIDE BOOKS  FIBREGLASS CLOTH MAT  RESIH - WOYEH-ROYEN  J.  s  Cowrip Street  885-0696  8SMSB��,W!M!��I!^  Saved       - .- fpfitbflirfrqmrme'^^.. Playing, on , .and C3a*-y  we|l to    longing lo get on the field all winter   Sunday fr&m left, baelt row: 3 tin Mp-  ivEwen    afteii cheering from sidelines played     l_,fjl"  ,   t    A "���' > \-        -  , *  liristone Sports  Division 6 Cougars did very  get two goals parsed Jim Mvl  in goal when fathers plaj-ed sons on    extremely well .scoring J> 'goafs  Sunday.  Fathers   whp   ljave been  KnovVles  ���byBUlSShed^n;  If W*1*" "Go-Cquga-s Go''  all  day Ion-;     macla from funds fiom the walk^thpli.  as about   1000  .stud-ints,  paiei-ils. and Finullj'wumeis ol all the rbKlp p.nzes  fiiends participated in Elphinstone'-, weie announced The dooi prize (two  Spoils Marathon and Homecoming on ticket's lo a V<"ncouvei Canucks hockey  Saturday, March 27th The day started game] w.rs won hy Vicki Gregoiy A prue  ~at TT~a~m Satindsy~hUt:i a"~succes5lnl"Tor fhr"hUidenrwha_spld"lhirmo~st raffle-"  school dance lhe nighj before The results tickets was won by Nancy Stroshem (also  of the game weier Grade 9 vs Elplnn- Iwo tickets to a Vancouver Canucks  stone teachers���Basketball (2.-17) .Ir boys t hockey game) Tickets weie donated by  vs All Comers���Basketball C2&-fi7 Jl George Sparlings Spotting Goods oi Van-  gu)s vs "Bank cleiks���volleyball  (73-62)      couvet  Ifatrve boVs vs Elders���Box soccer (2-4) Raffleiwmneis were. Kathy Oikewho  Grade 10 gii-ls vs Elementaly leacheus��� WC)n ,m end table donated by the wond-  Volleyball (42-31) Grade 11 boys vs Men's wmk shop, Mr Bujan, a wooden serv-  team���Floor hockey (10-3) Grade 8 gnls mg plate from the woodwork shop, Kpn  vs Mothers���Volleyball (90-24) Studcpt Pearson, matching wooden bowls fiom the  Council vs School Board���Bioomball (8- ' woodwork shpp.-G McNatt Arpege per-  3). Brade 8__boys vs Village Council��� fume from Weslein Drugs, Sechell, N  i    Basketball  (16-31)   Sludents vs HCMP^-    Stewart,  NpjUnite   pen   f)vom   Gilmor��T  -f-;  " A|l Rc(teppyers of Electoral-Area "B" (V^est Sechelt to.V/pod Bqy)  are; cqrdiplly ifiyited to^attend a Public Meeting re >RatepGiyers/  AssoGiatiqh.  SATURDAY, APBflL tOth,  1971 at @ l>#.  Welcome Beach Cofiiniunity Hall, ftedrootftfs Sload  ~t ������  . r,  ���m       ���  *  ~1  'A-  r  a,^_,ii.3agafflt,.aii^YYia��_  ^"-ah^p"cTiiA>-r.-iTJtii  ,^i.,',!, u\.L 0ESShrjf-f**i)R -;.  n**9is��aa*i8<sa!*iw!^^  !>  Bioomball (2-1)   Grade 10 boys vs Fne- Vanoty.  Sechelt,   Jtiapita  plrornqmbt,   5  ..,���._  , men���Flopr    hockey ��(7-p)    Sernoi   girls pans of passes |fom Sechelt Theatic, T  iffiurE&X''''     v& Gtads���BasltolbaTl and.  broombah (2- jpigciKon, Yaxley's gift set irom We'st-  L^^^^'wA-''!   -1^'   Senior   boys   vs   Grads���Basketball cm Diugs, tHhsons, E Cramer, haitJipray  l^-J&V&Jff "<     <32-30)- from Suunyprest Beauiy Salon, dibsons*.  %^^^l'4.   \ The 300 "Go Cougars Go" buttons that B,   Pi ochno,w, chocolates    frpm    Super-  *,^*^%*Jy* %    seived.a-- adkpissjpp to l)ie whojc day's Valu;   C   Biaks|.ad,  grease   -oh and  oil  Spglr^-s^*? *M    events afe heing adopted as sppool booster Ph'mgc irprp I|il)top Motprs, Gihsops; R.  ' '    eJ'iR^Httflp'-''for/hPot'years.    ��*"<;�� *uw&. ii-ft>wuftmfo*-km,  Pn*o-s  1 'With' the1 se|ioo|?s new ptectric'spqrc- Hardware, S^Mt* Q. Dgy, g|ft pprli��-|  hoard pnd tjm.cr )|t up and'ieady to go pitc-frqm   Ste-.manf   Variety,   Secjiell;  fpr  tj-c-f  "   -��>��������������'�����-*-' *������ �� '-  took the  the Grade  hul set  VILLAGE OrGIBSONS  MATIfE  Re:  Removal of any accumulated  rubbisp, bodies or parts of  vehicles or machinery on or within 500 feet of a road or Jane.    .  Residents of the V\\\age of Gibsons should tqke note that the  provisions of the Highways (5cenic Improvement) Act is in effect within  "TheTVfl I cage, . "     = ���   1      ':  |i  Generally this requires ti^e removal of rufc-bjsh, car, bodie�� or the  I ike, from, roads, lanes and all private property within 500 feet of a road  or lane, which visually means all of the settled part qf Gibsons.  Penalties are provided for fajlure to qbey a r-o^Ge issued. A. copy  of the Act is avc|ilahle at the Municjpgl Offjce.  April 2, ]97} < ',    .    .  i , Ddvjt) Jpbnmnf  Municipal 'CferK  f   1.  ii; wo)ed   loui   points    np   i-ii-fiiicssus   wpo   cnniirnuiun   it-   ipp  inMi'.*, n||v coin pel 11 ("if-, luacher si-piwinb,  I'PKinp- anfl.liiiippnimo tilntjpnlh, and especinlly IV|��'. J Y��h|pnfl|U  I lie'   Rlimps',   Ailpnt'ipp     tmfl iyi|s.s Y/iliiiifi, all of wlipip !wpj'|ccf|' no  Stand-in A" and won 32-30.  / \\x\v\\ l-urlrhiye Kpe\y w!)o| lie w^s    Mirpnsir-gly. lit hul llw^nmarg uaivp        A��!w��l <��io|-i pyt   doing when he 'o\]im Ulake AJdorsop    v (mti qennupt of-tlidmsioiyeq.. anrt'' c"i>,niy ,foli����-wefi- i|ir ^mp^..-^MprfMnn .....          .     ,...,.  ,  *   its   his   sianil-in   when   fathers   inH    Huv tenser was one of 'the -lad's who ^ (l'"Wh !<�� I IP M'iimpplii)'.', Hcorohnurd lM'l'<*h> h>��l'o lh f* Unnitipoipinif ipe hCKt  .  Vwam  )Tk u\m    a��.��   'ml n llwre:i?Bh h�� ���l] ��mr< ��w NiNiwil Wtom* "��H lliis ;rp!w��I Iwb over -ho'-,,,, Wof��ive m,r  ^^ut-Hib on piiiipay. * c-uiLii, ��ii-ymi    WM^MMyM^^JiMI^       v^ ..  n-p-c|piBe<l  from frjnd.s fnmj, lpu walkn- fll>����l��ll II>i>i*.h IP. I.|��P PH.MI �� w|i,o mpph put  ihpn.-I'��sl  .fiiliQ  '1  dnpiiJinn to Iljp''Ho- P'nrt rhwlc oirr lfoipo����|p||-|- xpt,\y a mu-  *M*nrmiu*0knt*n0*n0*n0***nLnlhn0*r*n0>0*.*^^  YES, Our Dining Iftpom wjil Be, OPEN  Vor Y��ur EASTER DINNER   ^  SUNDAY, APRIL 11 h 4 p.m. - 0 p.m.  ���;���%��%$& CEDARS INN ,. eiBSoHS  Imded   0|iHdron'H   AHKouuilion   wiik  also    MP^h.  ~r   ,- ���  ff'.  wwwwvwwmfyvwwwwHwwwwwwwwwwvwwwmfwwMWWM*^^  if'.at.     (I  I  ***\  i  i'i.��>l,*u,'{Ki  ^ilii  '-���'M li'.':  ii>  '%1 ,Mil$UH  ��� 'im^iiM  j i\  ii.  *"  ��.'  .(  ���**0i*  S  ���i ' M'thi!*llil��i  ..    -ii    'lAti'J <i'.rii  Rnclt whon tho oi-rjy Salmar-fooJHqii Ihrllfod thonaondo,  iRcroooo waq really o mnn'a gamo. RauBlnfl. RucJQcd. An��<  you |<npw flopiothlnr*? K hasn't chonpod apy. Neither hovo  *HH miiihly msn wfi��> play it, or apIpv it- After* teHpri  fnatoh, th��y'r�� still r��*fy for man ����yl�� -r��fr��*nm����nt. An��l  lhat mcono |uet one thins. Old Qtylo rofr-fehmont,  ; >    ���16^ pr*w��rf sn^ n��t��r����l|y ��B��i > .  HM uhtlVim,i\t U not pulllilie J w Jlipliyi jIj (14 U��uol CwM Uu*i J M ty Un DtVWiuafkl d P1WU1 D"umU��.  DON'T  DESPAIR  OR  PULL YOUR  HAIR . . t  USE AN  AD-BRIEF  WHEhfl^U  VVANT TO  BUY, SELL,  RENT, TRADE,  FIND WORK,  PHONE  885~?654  �� Mr, Adfve-tfcon  Thfeio odvcrtlsln 3  ipaccii' aro real  horoqln* for youf  Sold on contract  WWt Fof dctolli  op how to it re tch  yapr ailvprtlilns  dollar, phono  GQS-9454, ask for  special od  rates.  AlMrninMm WindpvyQ  Wood Windows  * ���' ' i 1  Window Rppajr  Service  rtiiT">(ni'Mii.'-,*fi'i'-rt'-i"*  Cuf3tpm Picture  Balhfub Closuros  room  Cabinets  P|qft* ,G|qsg  faWo fPps  Mirrors (All Sizes)  " i    *    ,        ' * ' 1       t  AMnini-Tn Windows  RGplacemenf Windows  ,   \   Boat G(qss , Siore Fronts  ^STORM';';plOOiS  Sl|c|jn#. Qlcip Gqbihef  PpQfs Made To 6rdef  .._....._,.���,..,.  ' i  A DIVISION OF /  BLANEY ANTIQUE MIRROR & TILE LTD/  Po* 48,6l|-top�� {( ' Phono 006-7Ml  1 .-:,���" '' '     ' _____' "  nssstssxs:  r . ,'���.      : ��� ��� : >������ .   ���.  _ _ ,4i0��0M<*d*m0>#*0h^  V  A  ^ i-  *  Sunshine1 Coast . , .  Six Auxiliaries present  for interesting workshop  SIX Auxiliaries  lo St. Mavy's flospital,  ��� gechelt, held' an interesting workshop  at the Sunshine Coast Golf-and Country  Club on April 2,     *  ���There *\vas' a good' ve"?ieseritation of  a)l auxiliaries, with 60 memhers present.  Mrs. @race Crammings "opened with the  Auxiliary    piayer. ��� The    Cq-ord,matTng  Council chairman Mrs. "Charlotte Raines  days pall for a party and onpe a, nrionth  a [friendly tea to which reldtiyes and  friends of the patients are invited.  Mount St. Mary's hospital is, a pilot  project for a pew look in extended caie  Staff and patients are jntevclsnominal  the administ-rator a most' capable slste  superior of tlie Sisters Of St. Ann's Order  The hospitaiThas^ 12(8 beds,  45, men, 83  welcomed the member^ Mrs ^ean Carey WOmen -and a wonder'ul staff. The vol-  ther��_conducted  disc^sion gioupSj  witj-, unteers aie aged from 12 to 78; ypung  'the auxiliary meiriberii, ,\v,ell. rmxed Ws- boys and git-ls helping as feeders. They  ciitisipg their problems arid getting;"**eU A&ye a small but well kept garden where  ���tjer'acquainted wftH^ are wheeled but  to sit in   the  - -" Lunch' Was  a bgxi^sP^i^'C^vei-ybne; -sun and watch the more active ones lawn  bringing th^i: bwn,^ .^offee. svip^USd by bowl-.         -        -���.*  -Jloberts Creek-Auxiliary v  ; '.People  handicapped" ipr many" yeais  The  panel, for  the [afternoon,  ihtvor previously   rotting   m   he'd,   now   active,  cluced by Mrs. C,! ftainfes",\Mt& Meredith; living  again   because   other   people   are  ' Thrift Shop, Mrs. Maqeline Gross;.. Vol^ caring about  them   People giving their  unteers, Mrs. Marg- Morgan; Hospital  Board   member"*., Ivlr. Jfpny  Wag^maker;  - administrator, Mri^Anr^|Hop]iins; Matron,  ���and the gu.es.t- speaker) Mrs.. Ann Spire,  Social Services,' tyor|fi:eJr... and Volunteer  Co7ordinator for ^ouht S|. Mary's Ext  tended Care Hospital Victoria'.' '  The talk and fi'lm*} shpwn by Mrs.  Spicer were most appropriate as the local  auxiliaries wiH spopi .bl^lrivb'lved in the  sanie  work. ip*     -  The speaker, wasrriqsit lenthusiastic, a  warm vibrant woman)witfi a delightful  speaking voice, taking jjope iright with her  . akshe showed movies,'djf Mount St. Mary's  patients, staff and voljjinteers. It was unbelievable to see the,] progress that has1  beep made. One lady lhad spept 5 .years,  handieapped laying in} bed unable to use  her hands or move 'around. With the  guidance of an occupational therapist she  was trained to use "her hands, arid feet,  ' until she reached the?,stage, shown in the  film, where she could dress herself, comb  - her hair,, walk down to the dining room  and^feed herself. Simple things taken for  granted, something that le' this lady  really live out her life in dignity. There  were others; the rpan with arthritis for  ���2a_yeai-s,-Jais���body���iro"-en���like_a���boar-d-  only * moving his head; slightly "alid his  arpis, He is the star shuffleboard player.  There is friendly competition between  the men and women patients. Shuffle-  board, ��� darts, a home m*ade band,: bingo,  painting classes, weaving, ceramics, bingo,  The exercise every day, body and mind,  currerrtxevents are discussed,* all special -  time and concern reaching - out to help  others and thus helping the'mselves.  The volunteers are not all craftsmen^  they   havev to   learn   how   to  teach   the*  patients to use the loqrris, paint, .work in  ceramics. The main consideration is not'  g '  the qualifications but the -^illingness to      *~  be  there. ���'  '  ' The creative work they iake pride in  doing fs on sale at- the Ajrbptus Craft  Workshop Vancouver, St., :Vici;toria, thanks  to the kindness of a merchant who has  given room in his shop for; the sale of  handicrafts.  ���Mr/ Ar-Wagemaker took Mrs. Spicer  on a complete tour ;of our hospital and  she was delighted with al! she saw.  Nineteen years ago, Mrs. Spicer's husband, Qr. Richard Spicer, was with the  Columbia Coast Mission calling often at  ' Pender Harbour, liked St. Mary's Hospital  and seriously thought of moving his family there. , . "  Mrs. C. Raines thanked Mrs. Spicer  apd presented her with a gift as a mo-  mento of her -visit.   . ,;  A question and answer period followed and after such an inspiring talk  the main interest was- how soon was St.  ^lai^s==e^/mdedl^ar^-dl^5^ed'L=going!  M  * t  \k:;  Z <rZ^Z/]4lJ  �� ���*���-  ...  .v. *-  ���*t  *'3+��  i  '*  1  -i_-l  ������*-' --g���- -.��-������ '~  ���-    -- .'-.i.   .-  -..-��: J-.^-J ,0~L.     * .-. ,.r.-  .,     ���������  m\L,,n;iL%U;)i,tLiJ.LLlr*if^^^ |.  5ECHEIT THIAIRI  ��� - ���   PRESENTS.  ti fkH 0iutm0i0m.^*xt^00*.0aB0*f  n  t   *       ���       STARRING      ���  Gregory Pec^"l-ilchard Cronna.  GARTTON - COLOR - C||s|AMASC0PE  starts 8 p.n-. -   Out IQ p.m.  April 9, 10( 12,  Friday, Saturday, Monday  MIDNIGHT SHOW  '4'VPlaque of thp  ���'. .....iJEpmbfes"  ���   ��� -Z ''������ijtei\vfao:*r\^  _ Andre MerceU^. P'ionia" CJarK.  Sunday, April IT    ._  12 MMniN  ��l^lw^M^��^��WIasIMllM4n^����w^u^3ua��>|J^lnlvvi^^  COM!N��;Sr|6WS IN ORDER  \     Darling L-ili  The G|r| Who Couldn't Say  No  ���:;(Adujtr.;;  The Viking Queen  The Lai^d.1 Raiders  to be ready here? Mr/A. Wagemaker cautiously stated that all being well it is  hoped the middle of June this year.  The  need is great for total extended  care beds  in this province is ;2400  with"  a waiting list of 6000.      .       |  Mr. Wagemaker put in an kppeal for  the auxiliaries   to start - a  program    *to  Page B-6 ~. The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, April 7, 1971  beautify the hospital giounds. This is-  a great challenge for all people interested  in making the hospital giounds a place  of beauty, green grass, rose gardens, a  place foi lawn bowling which cou|'d be  used by other 4han patients. A -place  for patients to.sit out or walk in the. sun.  The Unadorned 3 acres could be 'made to  match the natural beauty of the; Sunshine Coast.  ���    Mrs.  Hopkins,  Hospital  Matron,  suggested that even if only a small part is  .done each  year  it  would  give pleasure  to the patients.. ��  The Roberts Creek 'Auxiliary to St.  Mary's. Hospital did a grand job host'hg  the workshop for the Co-ordinating Council. The lea and cakes served at the clos-  ing_-by_JVtrs.  B.  Romherry^ajid^ii^r^cgJfc  . Travelling Therapist  Sunshine- Coast Lions Club has donated sohie thousands of dollars to  St. Mary's Hospital specifically top  physiotherit'py equipment. Two members, Neil Campbell and Keith Duffy  were on hand last week to-welcome  a visit hy the Canadian Arthritis and  ftheumaiisrn Society therapist, Mrs.  E. Frost. Based in Vancouver, Mrs.  Pro-jt travels through the province  with her well equipped van giving  advice and instruction to special  patients. Her van contains equipment  and gadgets designed to help tlie disabled, in a multitude of ways. Jtyom  left, Hospital administrator Tony  Wagemakers, Mrs. Frost, Neil Campbell and Keith, Duffy.  mittee were delicious a fitting end' for  an inspiring afternoon. .  \  Rooms in a Tokyo hotelcpntain this  English-language sign: "Is^Forbidden to  steal hotel towels, please, if you are no|  person to do such is please not to rea4  notice."  ROVER & LAND ROVER  genuine foci-pry par's  JAY'S B. & E. MOTORS LTD.  1257 Seymour St., Vancouver 2  Telex 04-509558 Ph. 681-4826  1000 0O 00/0*t*Bf 00 ������** J  '���*_���_��������_'���_����'����****���������'���, j-��j*-*��^_imm*timm**0tm*m**tULm0Lnmmm mmm**.  ���  _-_'l���U���i���������������-���   ���    If. 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