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 m^^w^.'A3$z  ���:.��� �����*���-"-*���''  ��� <->*  '"I*"  *��? '  !  V  OCigANjrOeifle^t, pvgan��?afloh planning"  ��� eslabltehrtfent of a large gravel-.pit  ppej.-a-.ioji in the ��elrpa Park-Sechelt, area,  Hindly  provide \\P- Qqvpvmy with the  necessf-ry permit;'"., ,    -  *jp pece'mher last year, Conduction  1 s,prvinfl the Sunshine 0,6^ (flpwo Sound. \P/Mm Inlpp, inpiucjina P^.t MeliPivHepkiris landing/ �����tho,ms Landing, 6ibsonsf f?pp*-rt-�� Cm\*f  V/ilfgn greeK Selmg PgrK'jSkhejt, Hglfmgffl ?Wf gs^6* foYfr PawerHqpgH'' AMefo fork Klo'jiqpk irvipe s igrifjipa,, faUCpyp, &n*-��Pt  URflEST frRoQUWoN.PI-^ ,sfflSHMFcpASf7^     yg^frHZzi- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28rl?71  2ndG|<ifs Mill/  Registrqtlen,Net I.H?  ThjS Issue H Pages -rrrr  Ife'  is  1,t  ���$  stj41 maintains, �� Mlenee pn plans pf the , Aggregates, a subsidiary  of Cfcean Ce-  prqjeot, However,  it  has bee**!  le��i'ned -   - --       -        -  the company frqsfed a dinner last weelt,  al Ba.yis Bay.apd wined-a.nd d-ped^dhv  eptota.pf'the'Regional Bpard-  Shpqld  the  operation gain approval,  H--is nndergtopd more than too men ^L..  he employed locally., hut sq far pepessary;  permits h*-ye pel been grafted"by VIp-  ],0|-ipL Tlie Reg|pn��r Bpard long ago' g*"Y�� -  apprpyal p\ priiipipal pending furtherjipV  formation as ip 'nature of the operation,  and general plans. -".'.. ...  The Sechell and District Chamber pf ������{  Commerce "also invited' the general mam  age?-., of the ���'company over to a meeting -  ji*" oijder- ���> thet members' might be" given  an outline of what the area might anticipate. Agreement .was given but later  withdrawn since, which time, silence has  prevailed. . ..   '.'  Asked to comment on. "the proposals*  of the company, Hon. Jsebei Dawson lest  week told the Times that as far ��Js she is  aware the onus for final approval now  rests with the Regional Bdard.   ' "*  ���'��� Strangely enough, while it ties been  suggested the Regional Board has the  final word as to approval, previous objections regarding the smaller Rivto operation at East Porpoise Bay were frowned:  upon by Victoria. At that time the Board  was informed, in effect, that such, deei-*  siqns were niad** by-the Department and  rrjent, informed the Beardi "Present reserves of ag-g'regaiei- *jre. nearipg exhaustion apd pur programme' tp replace pio-  dUPtmn ?-" parity of neW resources led us  \g jpY^.|g*-t,e -arod ;deterraiqe. (the magnitude qf a .deposit jp the'Spchelt aiea  Thjsj. jpye'slig'atipn, "l<?date has' ���substantiated that extepsive quantities do ocpui m  thiJlf %rea, However* t-he fqrrn.ation of the  \d(3pqsit, ?ts distance irom 'ting, watei front  ijpd diffieultiesin cqj-rstriicting. a feasjble  '���j[QfldQ'ut facility suggest th_*"t; jnnuch moie  detail .wq_rj-. will hitve-tq pe" performed  before the project might be favorably  compared (fram an economip standpoint)  with other alternatives.  "The SeebeH Indian Band and the  Sunshine Qoast Regional Board have  respectively set aside the land for a, plant -  site and given their approval jn Principle  tq an aggregate bpe'ration. With this  established, the company will now proceed to negotiate or determine royalties,  taxation treatment, and other related  costs. If at any time eponomic feasibility  is-sustained, tlien detailed pjaps wjll be  developed and the project will pome to  ��� life���on paperr���tq be studied by all interested partieff."        .  '. From what the Times h��s been able lo ���  determine, all interested parties W'e still /  waiting? -'���  r  i  --I-  T-  0 j - ��� ** ��� ��-  i:  t  m  't  I,  ^  ./ r . \  11  , i  ��� /  [in  ii/,  11  *\:  v  r  l  -  r  ���V  4  kZ  z  ]l  Ai  'A  z  Council ads  * ���  usiness licence withheld  if shack ruled substandard  \  i.  f     f  r  .i  A  - i  it  \.  FORMERLY known as the "Malorn T'"ee"  and presently" operating under the pretentious title "The Legal Pront'^a shack  qn Cowrie Street Sechelt which for some  Hiinfr=ha8��been=a='thoi!n=in4he=side=ef=eeHfi-=-  cil is likely to be .closed down -until such  time the owner, Bernel Gordon, conforms  to the Building Code and Health Bylaws  by carrying out necessary renovations.  At last meeting of Council it was reported that both health "inspector and  building inspector would be inspecting the  building and should it fail, to come up^  to required- standards a closeure order  would  be   posted. * ..  .;-glerlc;Ted. Rayner_jsj<;ed Council did  this mean the existing licence which expires at the end of April be withheld.  Alderman Ben Lang replied, "yes". Aid.  Ted  O&boine    agieed  and    added  that  should the inspectors condemn the buijd7  ing for occupancy, Mr. Gordon be notified  that it will .be iiefcessarytq bring, -it up',  to  sj^ajm^d   before  any  further   licence  !  'J'  A%  ; Ah  1 t>A%  ��� !j!-3  J,VUC|CY WINNER  , l C()|igrati|ialiqns to Mrs David Mervyn  > >��t Madeira Park, B;C. who won last  -[week's Bozuur of*, Vu'Kies. prize of $10,.  -,;"The cohlest enntinues for live more  ''(, /weeks, see the details on lhe Ba��*aur of  ������^���' Values   page, .        .      _   .  ���V;"H'NEW NUMBER  ' ;   f'    Sechelt  JtCMP   Dclaehmcnr.   has   re-  , {,��� ;*,cpived a change ip phono nuinher and  i '   Cpl. 0,  Underbill  unnouncea    llie new  <j^r^im|-ar-iB-H06*^��flfl"���-���_ ������  ''ti   '^RESIGNATION  1 ^ *'�� Klpliinslono (3eeond(-ry iSJirhhol prln��|-  ','' , 'Dul Tom Kllowood In undei'Hlood lohirvo  1 ^'Ipudered lilt, resignation at lhe end of Uiq,  "��� ''i fljphiKil yi)��ir',i;i nrrier lo iieecpl, ir post nl?  ' !(' "v Bimhicli, nopr Vhdorla,'""         '  !      pW BUSINESS  , t I' -;,f ppenilUi illllie liulldlnK.pi'UViniii-ly (in-  ;, ; ,'finp|ed by Irvinn Doconrling, llrhm Mot-  n'\ tll'lmw, who Iiiih woi'luid for punt Ihree  <\\\, ,yearH -wMh PeninHiila Molors iih body  I'   ,'.fi|mn mini, nfl'niH fil'louu yeiirn' exj-erlQn����  |( ���' |p lhe Irirrlu wllli hln own iniio-hody and  ,t, Jidntlng Mhup, gnlnu )pio i)per(ii;|,ni) May  can   be   issued.  Mayor Swain pointed out that the  structure was only a shed from the start  Ml". Rayner pointed out that Council has  already given authority to the byijding  ibspector to take necessary action against  any offences under the acl.  syepivisjoN  Aid- Ted Osbqrne sat opt while djs-  cj|sjioj^ej}tered around a 103 lot high-  clas^subdi vision at^Westr Porpoise T3ay  for. which he sought approvel. Aid,. Harold  He)sqn said that Courted last year gave  preliminary approval and as the plans  have not changed he sees no reabon why  approval should be given at tljis time.  Counpil thercfoie moved acceptance.  s  .JtigSEBSM^OT,. -7��� . <.*    * i  , - ,' Hp0innal' B'Wd requisition tlijs JfCflr  an-ounls (p $4M*, -vhlch, jJtated thp clerk,  includes the- Village's pot tion nf the  $00,000 DUdI Reserve B'und This is a qno-  bhof affair apd it has been indicated that  the amount will be ictiunublc once debentures aie paid foi As to the lemainder*  of the reqiiisilu.ii, this is also up as miglil  be expected, bald Mi Rayner  ,, School Board mill rate is down �� Hlllo  again litis year and has been sot at' 20.3(1.  Hospital mill rale was also down at .liO  mills. .   ��� .  PARKLAND  Alderman   Lang asked  what further  progress has beep made -toward nhUiii'lng,  i'"lock H72, mi acreage i|t Wewl Porpo|se  I  \  (M  \,~  Ratepayers seek unity  as taxation increases  SECHELT Ratepayeio aie invited tP ab  tend a geperal meelipg of thp Sechelt  patepayeis'-Assopjation op Tuesday,"May/  4th iii' St Hilda's Anghpan Chuich Hall,  Se'chelt at JM prp.  Following an exp|oiatqry meeting held  qn Api'il 6th, t|>e doimant Ratepayeis  Association was re-activated when a  steering committee was fprmed to org-  ai)i2e a general meeting  Chairman of the committee Mr Jack  Claike of Sechell, stales that^Hettei has  been sent fo Victoria epquning into piesent status of the Ratepayeis' Association  which iccciyed its charlei Match 1064.  Tp be effective tlie. Association will  need the support of all taxpayeis with  good'attendance at the mcetjpgs. Interpst  is being showp ihrpughqut the iunshine  Coast ip the formation pf taxpayers. $$-  sqciaUp.ns -and H has been sug^es|ed. that  -?sthey pp-qpprale by having rpprpsehti-tiqn  pn a. pentraj eoriimiitee.  -    Current  taxation   trends,  vindicate   a  dire need for suptj a body whiph wfiuld  have a powerful voice hi the distript P.pd.  repqgniflpn  f^'pni1" Vlctpria.'   ���������-'���  Budget re^lloeatfon ���  rejeGted by Gounoll  i,  \  ji  \  ��� *-^--,^L i  'i'l  L  J  i  ,n  \v  Si  i\  <\{'  ���i ><  *i  u^    "-�����  I  ��   f  Increased Government Grants  l^tip for 'taublication-  ���     . .      *.        f.r.       '��.'! ���   L.,J.     7  liofial   purposes.  I  Mayor Sva-hIii said ho had dlspiiHsed Iho  miiller. a({u|n with lion. Inaho| Pawspn  who had indicated snipe misunderstanding ,lias qcpurred in ��� Victoria and Ihal'  conl'uHion lusuJiud from ir reriuoHt by llm  Hugionul lloiird for property m lloheriH  Creek. In lie used for Ihu proposed rucrpii-  i|()ii ciiniro,      , ��� ���   ' ��� '"J  SiuigcHlinii by Aid, Lunu Ihul nn-  nlhirr lelli.'i'��i( explanation go In the Lands  Uruncih, broughl 1'nrih Iho c<ii,niii��)iil. by  llni i:|(irk thnl he hail uliniidy ririim Ihul  und it inlijhl be boiler at 1|i|h linui.to  leuvo II In lhe luinilK of lhe Mnyor for  It wilh Mm, DnwKon,   .,  Animation  Colorful section in the Centennial  Car^vaii Display faspmates Brenda  ^me^watcKidiraniTri'Ued ^isp}ay-r'  of art Indian carving 'a totem pole  wiith an adze. The three-tracer cam-  van visited Gibsons and Sephelt last  wedk but was -missefl by many people because ot pobr publicity. News, sCHQQL Distnct fpiil iate pi the ��epl}e}t  release from ViptorJia ^vi^V��a  too,       DistrtPt ha,s, dmpped by ml way ope  4arid -I qportpr mills Uhl^ Vf&*\ docrcasipg  ,frnri',3pfb  ?i-|jJs��if) IM<! lo,'jjflW' fll^s  (jiis year.  Piqvineidl average'mill into fpr 1071  is 31 pi* whic-1) makes this district 2 52  mrllb below averilge mi)l.r-|te iaxatipp in  the |tiovipce. :.''"'���"  This distript, lias shqwp a'slpacly der  eiease ui faxatipn for, sphqol piirpqses^  bippe the fill ijmP high of 34.1)8 jnills'in*  10(18';when1 if. exceeded t|ie p-.-pvijrq.iul  avpruge'by :*.77 niills. At that lime niUn-  ipipal councils were beginning In lake a  firm o-tapd agirlnHt rising coats apd-thp  Pr.qyincial Qqycriphent ihtrodnped a*ne\v  finance formula wliipli sets a limit on  shareable operating posts. In the future,  srihool liqnrds nuiy 'exceed tjievshareal'ilo  ppe'rai in ii 'crisis only if. llm excess ex-  ..-P.en.di.t!ii.,t-..nieeiH_.wllli taxpayers approval',  Sechelt School Bistriet"4B~~^  millrdte well below average  AI.TrIGyC3H a fuirCqivncIl h9"d preyir  ousjy approved expenditures for thp  coming year, Mayor Bill Swam suggested  phanges, at last regular meeting of |3ech-  elt Cquncil, in order that a laiger sum  ���be spent pn improvements to the West  PqrRqise Bay Road,,  "�����'���miad"1)een ag"rced to"spend the sum"  of $2,000 as a stait to a major imprqve-  ment of the road and a further sum,  budgefted foi extension of the waterfropt  spa wall, started last year However, following n, 1oui of the roa/1, as suggested  by Alcl. Ted Osbor ne and wjijch included  his 103 lot subdivision, it has hcen decided that'ill some sections the load is  actually on pnvale property, surveys and  SppiQ rpri'outing will eventually be necessary. - "...  Minesweepers visit  Saturday, May l-3rd  "BAY Chibb" n-pnesweopoi-s Chd|eur apd  . ' Thunder vyill Visit Halfniqop Bay Ihis  Saturday,:May h* nn^er the cqmp-anf! nli;  Licuteiiant-CommandeTl>��!i; B. 0'ReiJ)y a'lld  Lieutenant Braithwale. The vessels arc  Vfihcduled to arrjye at the Hulfmnon Bay  v/|idrf al ,1 pm, apd wU| depart tyowlay  May 3i;d at, fl um. ' '   1' ' '  .Both ships v/ill be "open to |he puhlJ'S)  frnin Sunday May 2nd. from IH noon in  ,        4 ppi. Piri'inglheir sliry, the ,Sechelt Con-  l-uy,-iUvai|ablc-to-the^Village_ior"_recrea-���|enpiji|-Gfimmillee-lHis arrangod-��-"s()|'l--  |)(il|'game between crew fpeipbcTB apd  local players. Tliis 'w planned I'rir O.flO  pip Siindiiy oyenhig at llackutt Park,  The minesweepers pya iiHsigncd li) ���the  Fonrlh Training Sqnndrnn hasotl ut j5)h-  qiiiinall, Kmih liaHir ennipliinent o|! four  ofl'imers ,nnd Iwenly-lour 'iiu-'ii,. hul, diu---  |ii|'lli)H voynge Ihoy will Ire ticcnnipiiniud  jiy seven junior officuru emhi,irked upon  irainhi'g dnUcH, .   ''  Ah duel'Ing fuel lit Icii are pfii ijviiII-  i/ble. at Hechull,. Marilline (Jonuiuiiid rn-  prograiiKid Iho'vlnil lor Jlail'iimon Ijay.  Hn'lh Hecbell. and Hulfiuqon Hay Cehlen-  ulril   CnniinU'lfees   are . co-opera||nn  with  h' pi'figramnn),  IS less |bap 9 ppippnt of the J,o|al cducar  tjoii ppstb. I  The Prnyjnp'al ppverppiout" it, doiW ,  evejy��?intf pqssipjp tp p-s^st tl?p IppjiI  laxpaypitf ip mpet'ntf the IWP8 costs of  education by allocating 31 perpppt of |(s  1 3 billion d��l'ai b"dgct for edpciitioii  Bpt^ SfM Mr; Brptliprs, )^e sppndiV|g' fit  fjiesc public funds js "dqrie by the jqp-||  odpeatipn aMthqritiesr apd It is Ihejr re-  snopfeiiiiii|,y "io ipai-e ��� certain lliat I'm!!..-  value is repeived fpr 9ve|-y education lax  dollar l|)ey spend; ���    "''      '��� '.'���'���/',  Mayor Swam expressed the view* that  Mi-. Qsbprnc has kindly offered to donate  free use pf his Cat and therefore itfmight  be advisable to forget the waterfront this  "year and put the money toward the road;  thps making a gup'fi 'o)i qf it.  , was his underslapding f{ fulpCqp 11114%ud  Ajd ,Bpp Lang agrepd nr)4 W# .fta fait'  jlie pxpendilurcs alieaffy iiifrcfccj tq shppld  bland Aid Osbpj'pg also coiippgn^d thai  Ppunf-IJ sthqufd' coni'iuie wilh pripjiuil  ���pi'ftps; qtfierwiso Iho wrong iplprprclalion  jpigjit be pqt upon Mayor ^wain's pro-  pqsals. '.' >-  If  was agreed  lo coirlinue along  the  lines .qf lhe provioi|b ari angemcnls.  ���j��pw*.=4=  I  Hospital Society  INCREABED QRANT&  Press release Issued hy Uepiui-ipcnt of  I)]dl|callon -renr|K ns follows;  The Hon, I), u, Bi-nU'-ers. MiniKlqr or  Ediiculiqii, .unmiiipood tod'iy thai in-  i;i-i:ii,soiI grunts lit school dlslrlpls under  Die pduciiliou I'iniiiii.'O I'orniM'M "d '���)-  creased ���(rnnls fr)r colleges will��� rnmilt in  l|)-"i;u (iiiing Pi'iicticdlly pp IncrciiHe iq lhe  Pr<iv|rii:e-wldo av<iriin<i snhiKil ipill rut'!  niiii, bcciiiiMi ol I|k: Iniireiiso In fhe ll'ini"  Owner tlrii.ui, lliiiniiijnrlly nl' r��H'(��|onl|al  , piqpeiiy-qwneiH shnuld have a ru'(|iiL'|iqn  in lociil Hchnnl, luxes for, 11)71.  Thu  Pnivliwiiil  (lovernineni  has provided  i)il7'VI00,ll(lll .lor rliru'il  grautii   lo  ,ui!hriiil diiiirhihi I'ur. i.,loni��n'l��ry,,iind mi-  Willis, Board President  pnsl  y';ai'j !in  his  reppj-l. -In the  Snelnly   nl   lis.  iilirliiry  ' sjilroolH,   In   nrlilll  niiioiinl,   Hie   (ifiviiinnx.'n  qn  pis  ..111- iIi)n  provided  iliiilrlMii  H<*'njndhw ovhryono.   nol Id for|{��d,  (ili'J (luldn (lookipWnnk YfhU'U WW  ��� iron- Mnylid lo��lli);<:iiri'iliiMi Umlor-  .liill apd Pnlly HiloM�� will' )��u' |oi��il)|{  (iuldii-j ��iij(|Jirovvi,to�� lltt'outfliwul'Uw  CooKIa W��3ek  /IInIiJcI, 1111 iSuliirdny when lljnlr o��o\ lo llpi iniMiy lendors who .voluiilnrlly  7-j-ri only jtipd rplMng (.:nMii'f��iKii oi Iho, uly*? llieir liwu ��<> l-hnt ��*rl�� h;hi��,coi��-.  ynnr cppMiuiiH'OH. J-MbDo mippprl will llmm to \mofh froi��Upoinl>��rHhlp id  Ibu ono way ol' Nliowjng approciulloii Ihu worhlwhlo o��gu>i)/,ulhpi;       ,  $7,(|l|(|,l|l)l|   PI)   bplialf   Of   ijClfMl  for icm.'lii.'i'H1 silpiiriiiiiiiiiiihin and  $14,000,01)11 I'qr Millego, Kmiils In scli'iol  rllnllicls, Alwi, hi I'lii'liirii! |��mni 1'MMllOOl Iiixiin  on i;oHldiiui|iii priipiiriy-owiicr'i ilje (lov-  i!)'nh)uiil Iiiiii hiereiineil llni IPmio Jlwntir  (Hiiul iniiii -tiimi lo $170,mid prqyld'-d ,  t|ii|()ll')00,(l(l(|' fur llili* piirpnii'i, TIi'-'ho ��m">"i-  hl)in.d.J'li.iiii,*'fi-.l'niLlliliLyiiJi>r��.ni)iluLi��l.J.iihiL��  of iji-'O'i,11111,1)1)0 jn niuqiH and niiyiniipls  lor ihn n��,'||uq| disirli'in' erhicallni'cqniii,  Tlm If��71 ny-irijli iiveriijii! mill rain on  n prnvlnw-.wlfii! h/inln I'nr ii!lf--pen!ii',y'niid '  ���rucilildury hcIi'iuIIh mul l'i"i;Vtill'ir"i>N Ih III ,l|l|  mlllii, i''nr loyn ilm pvtrriill pw.yiwt jn|U  riiiiiHnn ih�� iiiiiii'i batili* and lor, Un; I'muo  |nu:l)i(j,o wim ;il.lll iiiillji,  A|(/iiii lliin yuui;, iiihIi.t lhn, i!(lui'iiliriii  finuin'ri fi|iinii|ii, iiv��;)-'Ofl 'piirei'mi of ihu'  lulu) -ip'oNp- iiniiniip  liii(l|,<u|l"d by  /jfiliOu)  dlnlil/.'ls   for  up'lI'lililiK   *!xpnnl>��!H  pi' lhn  pulill'ii wit|iiiu|fi jn uliidlilirI'ur gi'Miiin'liy Hie  PlUVllll-l-,   Till!   loi-lll   l<l|||l|||llll|l)n   III   Ui'.'i")  m||ii|'I!iiI)|i) opr.'i'nlln/- nxpeiiNOH -for 1071  Ml)iiH been Hi;!, al li hiisli! levy of ��'|.l)l| ml III',  Tli" dlliVrenw of 7 (III m)l|n ImtwiKin  the overall nviiNwm .nilll nihi'of 111,1111  mljlti und lln.- hui.il! levy Dj'.'iM.liO niilln  crnTT/r fl)'?'Inrid Thiin* nl t|r:|;|-nnd Toplfol  i'iiiil:i, rplli.'jm,i'1;n,);|i<, ijpil. |h" full ii'onl nl  irNii:,.^ iijici.itihjf'ii^jKniP.i |>iiif)|ri|rd tiy  iit-||i|li| dii'lrh-'jit ii|i��ivii lhe liiiiuiinla ��i|l/.|ihlt��  Im lj'iiivliii,i(i.| I'liinln,  J|,hV..V.'(I.XJnlMt'Lji|^T!:'a.*!��LllL.lllV..l,).'!��.V..-,  hn'i!.widi' iiviiriiiii! mill rale lur 11)71  in  jjqslltvir iprlirnilon, )I1H MlnlRlor Jin}r}, nf  Ipe  Jpi|i!|)|.i:rJ Alunpt'.Ud.'pmltilppvf.   being  Klvun i��.v the (ii)v*!inin'.')M V�� AfrfJ Hr.fionl  I"Mf|f!lN (nv Ilr<r pnlillc1 di'liiln-f^Hnd' ml-  |��j[��;ii, "ii|u"eni!��|.'nf lhn Prnvliipliij Ihinm  Ow'ner (irnni piiyii|<.'i)iN 1|�� Und ih�� ibnii)  buhup by tho ratridepilul p>np����iy-��wne��ii  lowed lhe I rend of pirst years since the  hospital' was npeped pocornjior 10(14 in  flint hea|ll) faciljlieu have been utilized to  Die maxliiiuni and otlun huyoiid,  Mrs, S, id. bobol), President nj' ((?��',  Auxiliaries Cq-^rillniiUpg froiincll, jix-  plirlned Unit ujiiler ti pew ciinnl;|liillo,n  arlfipfed jn 1070 provision is ipudu wJKi'rn-  hy i|l| hiii-)>Iiis fiiiids. from a|| ilm AmxII-  urlcH hniiig plupijii ||) a cepirnl' |'piu|. Thin  almi applied to Thl'lfl tfll'-p funds w|ijr:|i  Iiiu pliicild |n Iho sni'ne acflqnnl ��� ni) a  iinurleriy |iasin, I.)pu |r| ||ie lianl wprl*  apd'endeavor of Ihn Thrift Shop workers,  lhe Sinn nf ijilU.-IOll wu.i' truiis/erred lo >  lliu ci'iii/'ii) j|i-i<oi-pf. |p |070. T|)|fi' r'pprp-  /jjcilbi prneeeilN of'soine yeiu'K '.pf' operii-  Mi-H,   |)nl)ii)l ,  1070 11��**" CpiniitW  wiih $o,!i(|(). for,  ��liil of Upi year  explained   that   during'  provided   the   hqiipllfij  --fn'iii'niepl.  ninl   nl,   tbe  (mil n liiuik halapcu qf  ���duo pngo A-5  "DEBI'lTI'l many prohloips ereutqil by the  expansion   program,  S', ��� Mary's  Hqs-  .piful ppn.llii.iioH'. |f). qperqlp" efficiently tp\d  IN pruH'-iilly iq a UOM.pd finiiucial posillon"  - IhpK spoke P,'  I'qr  Iho  lh),'i|)l|n| Huiiinly fil its annual icninrijl  'meeiing luild'lntjl Monday, Apriil liii in iho  Si.rlutll   Leglof)  |la||. _   ���'  Mr, Willis iiN'jiluliieil ihul (py Hm 'first  llllll!   i,|u<:c   Ibo   Ii.osplhil   o|)'.'l)<:il,   it   |)1IH  hciiii possible lo^nporale, wifhout l))e )��h-  nisllii)i!n of a bunk Joan, "Tn have reached llijn sjliifdion during a year'in which  large siilm'y hiereaiies wqin Kiiccossl'iilly.,  i)ii/(oiJn|i)d , by |l)e u)ilpns, <i'p(|...�����' very  light iii"iii"y pn|l<-'y limilliileil |>y lhe (iqvr  crnnie/ii witji I'l.'/'iinl tu h<����nl|'al ina'nr-  liijiin services, reflects i))ii,i:h,erei||l n'n lib-,  Ilily (il'llli! udininiiiTruiiir and s|af/V" ho ���  said, '  !   Oniiiilriieiluii of'n wiciJiinil floor'mid'  ir|l(!ru,lli)l)M lu i!x|nl|ng fiiellllles jnivn ero'  ale/i a hmdslilp uiul ninny iliscqitiforls |o  Mpil'l' bul ,nil  are co ilng  In  lhe best of  '||)i.��lr-iibl|l)yrp��rilcii iir|y-r)n"ihr?'*W|lnl>on~"  ', vylieni in<:i|||i ,111'P" nrepnri-'fl  under ��x|r<!-  , )||(>|y   udvcfsi!  (!iinii|iii|l|,     '������;������    '      Of |)(ll |'|i;||lull I'lDlf! )s Ihu fuel llllll lliu  ri.-iii/iculo of Acfrcdlluliiiii liim hiiin) ns-  |(>/rilm| a fnrUiiir yi.'ui'iindliulli Iiniini mid'  slull' urn., iiiiiv'lhih jni��ilh'i")' u> inaliilalu  slulus ol nil Ai-i!|'i:i)|li'd )|oiij)llu|, To do  Iiiii, cuIIh dp' n high (���inndiiiri of pi��l.j��inl  uni'ii ,tt��nviium'mill ppipiidinji nl cuilnlnf  lilijiui, wllllip lliu��� llfihpliuj,  ,'iyir,   Wijlli" idi.i) j paid triliuie in Urn '  vniiinii.'i!/- qi'|iun)/ui|iii)i�� op ihn Hiinshine  t!i)usi  which ��:qiililbi|iti Imlh ���fhianelnlly  and In.many niher v/nyn m u-mliil In pin-.  viiliun   iiililil|iiiiii|   r.jimir   n|)d   eiunPiii   Iq  pulli'iiln.' "Tluniigh |hn 'Kfiiierq.sily nf pri-  vale  (iiillvdimlii  upd  f.,oiriinunlltV  Itioup-i,  , '���;�����', "' T..m|Mhl��H all rooms lo (he pnw     . v,m, clotw)M��       )h(0 ,,    ,-   IIOii[..hu^.b.Jui.,.;.ivl��i.HL.by,..��,lM.H.il.M,.,,|7..   .. pm on'lflW��KW��c��L oWii'miU U,  ici|dy   /<ivi;ii   Ml'  |i|iiiu|i,<!il,   WiiiK   ql   lhe  'i!|x lliMplUd AiAilliitlhii upd tprCiinid'  1/lilDllg Chimeri   I'upiMII   lie' river-enipha-i  nl/.nl," he uddi'il, ��� ,  l)iii,pil.i|   Ailiiiiulhlnilor   Toby    Wnpe-  "TrHiKiiiVrSifiiq")-}* pi e.-.i.eif iippi"i;i!|iiffi)h'' fit)'  Ad-Briefs  point  the Way  loacllon!  In Today's ClmModi-  UOOJ)   wiingor   wlrH||ur,   dqillili)   Pumuip  wault, IuIih, on h|nnd,     i ,  (10,000 IPeuM, '.       VU.  llipci CloMdlicdu aro lowtou; hluh-^tiiciuy  ���uliii. Ionic i.. '  df?rt- hy ,An?-lllar)'-'?,,  ''nrqidiniiiini" ('ounc I, Iqiul so'rvp.-ii clubs,  Mh'  i��i*li*i��nrTiT;-prpy  'liinini/uiloufi mid pi  ��� vn��e hidivl'lni^s, AP  an Ufi nwdpuil Hl'iilirtiid u'|| hOHpMul pUp't'  Inr j)iiliei|( cn'OperaliDii ilnrlng eopstrM'--  iiui) hiirdshljis  Mr. Wagcm^kcji, ,idd��<l l|).U llt'li),-{n\*  Phono C05-9654  Phono llnot wpojii Sunday/ rc|qMlljod  dcodlipo I* Sunday evening.  , I^^S^^^*"lS*^S^J^M"s��^4i^^^  ^r     '*  '44*   i J f f **   '#*   ' *>> t ,* -   t   *���**  *��� **  * *   ���"��� " ���* fi * *  * i/ i* t 0*   -      ���* s( ^.,4' j*.* 4   9+ ,f. *��� fi  v,. �� r *- f.   I * - ' �� "*- * 1* ��� j r.0 0.     I, \~      0��  m�� j4 -r.^>yM(->,�� f��i   ��� ."ft V*"'^  *.r**i^0+ if* *^r* ^���r^i ****** ^^***< **��� ****#*��,* *+0^** ^1+^f*  ^<Wt^��,p*i��.����H^<wT-1HHH^J '     t    V ���5 ^"-.v^^w^^^  '  - -1.  / /  Page A-2 THo Peninsula Time-?, Wednesday; April 28,19*1    ~  -**  i��.rw��f>M-'ili.M��i>H>w.WIM^ilBiMEU^^  ThePewnSUUvT^* Senheli '- Phone 835.9654  Classified  Published Wed'r-esdqvi" by  " Powell.'-.River. News Tnwn Crier,  Sechelt Times'Ltd."  ..���������������������     q\< Sechelt, 0,C.  Established 19t53  .;        Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  t September 30, 1970'  .- Gross Circulation 2920  Paid Circulation 2446  v: Asljled Wl.tb, the Audit Bureau  , qf-%irculati6p; subject to audit,  Classified 'Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion  __-_--. ���-$1 .00  Three Insertions _-, : $2.00  Extra fines (4 words) _ *, .-.20c  (This.rate .doe? not apply to  * commercial Ad-Briefs)    -  Box Numbers ._.. _��� 10c extra  50c Bpok-keeplpg charge is.added  .    for Ad-Briefs not paid by  .   publication date,  Legal   or  Reader   advertising   35  per count line,  ��� -  Subscription Rates���i  By Mail; .  -Local Area ���._.. .$6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. .-_-.. J_^------$9.00 yr,  RIAL ESTATE (Cont.)  _^_ ���, ^ j.  CORNER lot  for sale qt  Selma   Park.    100x120* 'Phone  aaa-9395.    v cooc-tfn  EXCELLENT commeiaSal "lot  ��� ������ centre Sechelt--highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times.       '  1104-tfn  PORPOISE [   B a y,     compaet  pleasant view home. 6 rms,,  auto,   oil,   basement,   garage,  ________t^___ r__    Owner 8f|!>28?0. .Gt'lt^gt  ���--EXPEltlENeED dry wall aeeiU' ' '��� " "   :' ���~~^~"  stic & textured'eeilmg.s,noW~T^R,WEST BAY' Only $1,250  jj��IWI��IV>IW^<��MWVll<IV��l>U^UIt%WWM��M-lll^  WORK WANTED (ConU  ���     ..^ ,..���..;������..:������.-....'���..' ,   .' '." C.  CHIMNEY sweep   and- :st6ves  cleaned.   Ph,. .a86rS!834 . after  5 p',m'.'������: ��� ��� ��� 6304-24  REAL, ESTATE (ConC)  _, 1] ___  89 FT. waterfrontagftj house  " wilh furnace and ��baih,  Workshop, Wired 110.��-"nd 220.  AlgQ' garage, Ph. 885^803 or  write Box 6215; c-o Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Seehjilt,-B,C  6215-22  6S FT, "waterfront, float and  < ram|",. t? acres, il^i^dacaped*  with, immaculate . pafcfe'ni &..  bdrm holrse, pjiifi .guest, i^qi^e,  Sl.iiated 'iit.^art;%f Madeira  PaYlc. Jack Noble, 883-270\-  Rochester  Realty,   936-7292,  6283-tfn  In Qibsons area a'nd serving  the Peninsula.. Free Estimates,"  Fast service.- Phone G & W  Prj3f-.aU* "884-5315^������;..   4208-tfn  HELP WANTED   ' ���~ 7-T7 ' ,,...1     ..     .. .    ~  t)OG catcher for the Village  , of Gibsons, phone 88fJ-2543.  , 6298-22  PART time, strong truck and  ea.t   driver,   prefer   over   50  years. Send particulars to Box  517, Sechelt, B.C. 6289^  Overseas  Special Citizens,  ���'..-��� .Local  Area  _  Canada   _j   By Carrier -���   .$1000  yr.   $3^0  -^__..$4,00  ^__60e mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and .other material' appearing . in  this edition of the Sechelt Penin-"'  sula Times. Permisison. to reproduce 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.  " . . ���     ���  .  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  :   .   ,   Is   pleased  to' sponsor  this  =Birth=Announeement=jp"reer=aird=  extends Best Wishes to* the happy  parents.  PERSONAL  ALCOHOUCS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community -Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343, . 4979-tfn  pender Harbour  evergreens. ltd.  Evergreens Wanted  SALAL- 42c undone  HUCK 42c undone  , Done up 9g' extra  Free pickup  for  greens   anywhere on Sunshine Coast  Before picking, contact plant,.  1st place North of Pender.  '���'. Harbour  Hotel  Phone  883-2265  or  883-272K-  ��� 5986-tfn  REAL ESTATE  6 ACRES, Village of Sechelt,  elevated view property, un-  "developed. $10,000 cash. Box  5819, c-o Box 310, The Times,  Sechelt,  B.C. 5819-t'fn  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTfr  v?ISH   to   contact Tatter  Day  Saints   members.   Ph.    885-  9547 or 886-2546       *    4505-tfn  CARD   and '  ,    Box  799, Gibsons, B.C.  Van  Direct:  685-3133  FIRST TIME OFFERED  LEEK ROAD, Roberts Creek,  BRAND NEW: Government  approved subdivision. Large  lots, close to beach and selectively cleared. &ee these today  while they last. Excellent investment, only $2850 FP. Note  terms  only,   $850   down.  GIBSONS:   One'   of "a   kind.!  Lovely   large   terraced   and  landscaped lot, centre of Gib-  oWn on full price of .$2,500,  ghee's, possession of beautiful  wooded, .125,x250' lot. A real-  summer -retreat for Che whole  family^    .  ROBERTS   CREEK:   5.  view .  acres'-with road 3 "sides, can  be subdivided.. The1 older.style  Jiome is comfortable and  has  2 bdrmsi; living room with  fireplace, large dining room,  step-saver 'kitchen, utility and  3 pee, bath. 220 wiring. Make  your offer near $15,600.  GIBSONS; Choice view lot in  area of new homes. 70'xl20'  genfle slope clos.e to> everything. '$5,000 with only'$1500  dpwi*^    * - ������  . Top value in "fffis family  home approx: 1000 sq. ft. Spa-  ciou^, living room, with fire- .  pkfce/"*2 lovely bdrms,, modern bath., cab. kitchen,' dining room, thru hall. Extra  large utility. A-oil heat, hardwood floors thru' but. 10 (level acresA. 5 cleared, fruit trees  and large garde?! area. Easy  terms on $25,000."  BUTLER REALTY  1      LTD..-  TYPES'  INSURANCE  Gibsoas, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING   -  SERVICE  6299-22  CHARLES ENGLISH LTCfes^  ==:Rs*j1^sTal5_& Insurance-  K.  ALL  60' WATERFRONT lot, West  Sechelt. Ready to build on  top portion with magniripent  view. Path down slo��e to safe^  sunny. beach for privacy, (i  min, to., excellent shopping  centre and mall;~Al"l" faoilities,  Priced for quick sale at $8,900,  Owner, 885-2416. 6235-23  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  , Miiltiple^LLsting Service  Box.23B,  Gibsons,. B.C.     ���  '���' Member .  Vancouver Real-Estate. Board  PHONE  886-2248  Notary Public  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: Well  situated.,yi��w lpj; bverlook-  -ing Straitis of 'Georgia. Excellent outlook in a. Very desirable location. Full price $(5j00Q  .with one-half down.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Two level'lots each 50x210 ft. On  paved highway, very close to  shopping center, in an expanding area. .Village water', hy-  'dro, and phone. Reasonably  priced at $5,500 for BOTH  LOTS. Terms possible.  HILLCRES^ AVE.:0 Two large  level lots: Excellent building site. Village water. FP  $3,-300 each: Offers and possible terms.  LARGE 3VATEJIFRONT ^T:-  with an older 3 bed. cottage  .tonkin g���across���Sar-ggnL^Baj^  WANTED TO RENT   I-* ��� ���������*������"���-������-���"������  ��� -r- ��� *-���������  HOUSE railer wanted to rent  on my. lot. Write Box 473,  Sechelt:. 6275-22  BOATS &-^N<SJNES  WANTED���20., -   25   hpTout-  board in good rondltion. Ph.  883-24921,  ." 62QI-22  '26 >T. -SPENCER, m vp.~.h).  ^ Chey., eiigiue, hydraulic stee7  ring, head, 'p'rqpane range,  echo sounder, needs painting,.  Offers. Sunset Marine Works,  Garclen Bay, Phone 883-2475.  '���-  "'       , !���������      6231-23   j    -y         ... ���      ������  ��� ���  23 7FT; ' FIBREGLASS bga.t  ��� ������ hull - for sale. Marine piy7  wood, yellow cedar framework. Phone 883-248L  6244-23  l>OR SALS, Gillnette-tU'Barn-  acile'. ' A licence, 2'f'xer^V  Clinker built, double end, real  good .eond._ "Mickey Mouse",  phone. $3,000.;"'Frank Lee,  Madeira Park, Ph. 883-2'60-T,  625>22  9   HP   BRtGQS   & :Strattpn  Marine,  ready   to   go   $150.  Ph! 885-9366.*   ."��� 6273-tfh  21 FOOT~half cabin, full carv  vas, plywood ^completely  fi-  breglassed.    120   hp   Mercury  cruiser inboard_outboa*I"d. New.  leg. 88.672886 after 6 p.m.    6310-24  BOATS & ENGINES (Cent.)    PETS (continued)  SECOND hand recently aver-  "liaured?-7HP Sea.Gull Qtvt-  b'oard '-motor, $100 cash. Ph.  885-0328 "      '  6301-24  1970 Mercury, 65 hp, as  ne-V        .    . -    $950"  Used boat I railer 1100 lb. Offers  1969 IDvinrude 55 hp.    .. $(jWl  1971 Evinrude 50 hp.  '  Demo. ^r...-..-.,...:'..,...; Offers"  -24' Clinker boat..Inboard    '���'���-"  Motor, '.*..,    :,,   Offers  15' Fibreglass on.. ply.  1968  Chrysler outboard.  Offers  GIBSONS MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  Marine Dr.       Phone 886-7411  6287-22  CARS & TRUCKS  BROWN and Week toy imile  , poodles,   6' mns., "$75   eRPl*. '  Regjfund, Tnnpe AlSP blaok toy  fem-fe. 3 years'old; $30. Ph.  885-9797. ' 6230-23  HOMES required for 2 speyed  ^ cabs. (femaleJi.. Blopk   aftdA  .white-"ind   grey " and   white.  House twined. 8^5-2403.   ���  . . ,-   ��� ������       '-���:���       6277-22��  '71   MAZDA   U  6,000    miles.  Carfh.  8ilf(i-2B94,  2   ton.  pickup..  Radio, "$1600  6221-22  for  sale.  ORD   Falnlane   51U)  $400. Ph. aaB-ootia.  - ' '   '��� ��� 6202-23  19 FT.  CABIN cruiser,  head,  sink, bunks. 50 hp Mercury,  like  new.  Trailer,  $1,950.  Ph.  H85-9606. 6303-tfn  12   FT.  ROWBOAT  and   oare  for" sale,   $50.   Ph.   886-2-?44.  . 6308-22  16' Fibreglass, inboard, Brigg��s  power,   only      . $495.  18'*K&C with full house type  top. 115 Evinrude Jatower.  Demonstrator   . ..       $2,995  New   K&C,   Sprinkbok,   Sun-'  J___    Jineer. boats in .stock...;..  Your   Evinrude   Dealer  1955    FORD    station"  wagon,  Auto,    trans.,    Ford    motor  company   rebuilt   motor,   good  tires.   $150,   885-2416.     6282-24  I9irt4 METEOR  2, 3i\  hardtop,  352 cu. auto:, trans. $550 or  besf   offer.   886-2886   after   6.  p.m; 6309-24  LEAVING country;* must, sell  '56 Austin, new tires, chitch,  brakes. VR- generator, plugs,  points. $95 cash. Phone 885-  2897. ' '       ��� ~ 6280-24  1963 FORD sedan,ugood  met-  orr    reliable    transportation.  $150 or best offer. 885-9330 or  805-2341. ,   6311-22  1960   FORD   sedan    in    good  running order for  sa|e.  Ph.  886-2744. ��� 6307-22  ,1959 CHEV pickup, ,long wide  box.   Good     condition.   883-  -2535.,' .,,6290-22  VRD   and   tea  cup reading     ���   V   m *    Ti * nl, 1>JJ,  Hours   10-18-am,   aW 7-10    -l��'lS   ^��K^m size   7b'x26,V  nm   or hv annnmtmont   r^n    Panoiamic   view,    FP    $6,600  Ste. 3, Lang B oeJft���Seclxeli^;- *casl]-*-tfv^i^.  63flf-22,  >*fL * �����   '*~x*  sunnycrest shopping  Centre  Gibsons, B.C. .  -886-2481  UPPER GRANTHAMS: This  good' buy. is 'still available  for $10,900 and only $3700  down," balance $100 months at  8Vd per cent. There's two bedrooms, living ��� room with FP,  bathroom and kitchen. Stucco  exter ior A very neat place  with a spectacular view. MLS  fj-6659,  886-2481  "-' "  Asking   price  $15,000   (offers).  SELMA PARK: Semi-waterfront, beautifully landscaped, terrific viewy" ,large corn-  vep lot- with a,"4" bed', home that"  aSnyone wou|d he proud lo  ovvn. Also a large work-shop-  garage. This is. an ideal fam^  ily  home.  Please enquire.  HOPKINS:   Delightful  3' bed.  hdhie ah tf^paTToramic view -  lot. This would be an ideal re-'  tirement home or an excellent  location to work on. the ferries or Port Mellon. Asking  $22,500:--  PETS  MADEIRA MARINA  Ph. 883-2266       Madeira Park ADORABLE  pure-bred silver  OMC  Service  Centre poodles,     reasonable.     885-  6236-tfn 2261.                                   6266-23  WORK WANTED  CHUCKS painting & decorat-  -*���*"* rpi.T88fl-V76a    ��� ���  ROBERTS  CREEK.   7.2   acres  lower-  Roberts  Creek  Road,  semi    waterfront     property.  Ins. Guaranteed  work,  rea-    Be.uitiful treed r-arkilke D).0D.  sonable rates. 885-2375. - .^.'.'H.IU.11.!,,^ee? PanuiKe prop  54924fn  BdVm.  WE  OFFER  a   complete   tree  service   tp   the   entire Sph*  shine Const, Our work is'in-  slirod and expertly performed, Phone for free estimates,  Peerless, Tree Services, Phono  HB5-2I00.       ' 0250-tfn  FRUIT tree and hedge  penning, fl. Chnrmn'ii,' Phone llfid-1  9��H2. Oiailtfn  rbnr' i!on1irai"i""ToT"  yarding, or yarding & loading, IPwe^fuli crew, nil with  y'enilH of exeprhmce, Work on  Hteel Kpftrs,.or wooden spurH,  Work preferred In Veneouver,  Sechelt nr Vancouver'" Inl'iind  ureal Phono. Pcler Wrap 11113-  2328 Or John VVray, II83-2323  or wrllu Box 3, Mudelni Park,  B.C. 6205-22  erly'r'tien't'lo slope, year round  stream, beautiful estate properly. $33,300.    ''  Cull  John  Black 1880-7244  hr  811(1-7316  ���    -6213-20  WEST SECHELT: Retirement  investment,. Close to beach,  house presently rented at $100  month, Property, could bo divided .into 3 lols, ideal'locution.  FP $17,500 Terms,  ^Ki^mr-^rvmc  view   $19,500.     ���  886-2481  CHASTER   ROAD:    3  stucco home on double, lot  150'xl65' overlooking Georgia  Straits. , '/.��� basement, extra  large LR, pemh. bath, dining  area' with' kitchen, r-'omos complete with eppllunc'es. Make n  point of seeing this family  .home for $20,950 with terms  on $11500 down und buhuire  $125 per month.  HIHI-2-lfn  ACIlF,AGIi;S:.-<N(ii.-il) .lid,, fi net  Wally Peterson     886-2877  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.'     '  ���     �� 0297-22  I  MOBILE HOMES  12x65  MOBILE "homeT 2~b^d~-  room. Tip-out In front room, i  Ph   886-7187. -        6228.23  ,MOBILE luime, double wired.  . 2 bedrooms, Reduced for  quick' kuIo. (id ft,' x 24 ft. Ph,  f)lt/i-2:i(l7. 62l)2-tfn  FOR RENT  ���1      res $5500, Chamberlain   Pond,  ���JS���nXVffT"^7!  ncres ^((OOOi ,.'Heed ,jHd,,   fi  DAVi   Beautiful   view   lots,  MIDDLEPOINT fNo. '1873  880 fr. fronloge an H'way 101. Two bedroom home, in good state  ���of reppiT, on 2,9-acres. This property has several building sites  with an excellent 180 degrees view onto the Gulf af Georgia.  Solid investment for $2,500 down F.P. $14,500. Peter Aelbers,  886-2991 res. ( ;'  GlffSONS No: 2003  A perfect estate bn qrie acre ot  park like surrauridinss v/i*h PO  excellent- view. This three" bedroom home with level to ground  finished basement is ��� a fSrirrre^ .  example of brsf clpss workmanship. Ideal for a nursing home.,  which is desperately needed irt  this grea. For all the Information,, give me a ("alt. Peter-  Aelbers,   886-2991   res.  PENDER HARBOUR . ��� v>  Oyster Day, 250 ft, waterfront, private wharf"*'and a two bed-  room iinfinlshed homo on 1,5 ocres gives you lhe start for your  .summer'?5Trea|.'T.P. $26,-900, .lormr,, Peter Aelbers, 886-2991  res', ,        .���'���!' ��� .      ���  COMPLRTR   InndHciiping   tfer  vice, (Irii'denliifj,  luwii  cure,  fenclrif" -   n'nd    cifnll'ircl,    llllll-  ,7126, "     ��� (I24D-Ifn  __���. ________���p.-...���-������_____  ,   ROBERTS CREEK  ,,,,   RRYWALL  Tiiplni*  nnd   Pilling b,v'"hniid  fuid,,innclilne, Hpruy Tex .Hpiir-  klo CelllngM,  Phono,086-7193,  Roberts Crook, o.c,  (1027-tfn  BO'xiaS' within walking dlst  nnee lo the breahwa|or In Selma Piirk. TIhiho ItitH are fully  Morvlced, paved roadH, lermi"  iivallaliU. Ntiu'tlng nl $3950,  PltODUCTIVK FARM: . Two!  yonr round NtreiuriH, approx,  17 neren, phiH 'I. bedroom farm '  houtio, ,$125, revenue from  ������enltilH, steady your round cnin-  romei'H, Ideal hwy loe.allon,  near golf oliib, lovely view of  Htraltd and V,iu,... iHlimd, "KP  !p'lll,fi()0  Ttirmn.  liAHflR PARK , LOT, I) '.per  uoiit- MOltTCl^aR! 2. bod-,  room lurlo oil'' hoiit' fli^iplftro,  A-R hot wider nnodn Home  'minor rniudrn, RhIhIo ^ mile;  'ill'1,1500 'PP. Dn -1(7,(500,. bnliuu'o  �����t "IfiHO P',l, 0 per eiinl,  Cull Jiuilt AnderHon: llliri-ailKIl  .     ,   or  ll(l(5-2()(i;i, .  li;i(|0-22  ncVes, $77(10,  888-2W1  LOTS:    In   Oilwnni",   $32()() -,  $41100    Willi    view.    lloberlH  Crook, oxtni lni'H<> lotn, Homo  Willi view, Home tilo.Hii In'pic-  ���nle Mile nnd WiiUt, $020(1 -  $11000.'  COMMRIICIAI,; (,! Iiiiui I. n  HhoppliiK''' Centre, lur|-c corner hit with VnnintoiTlid bull-  dlui{ Hiilluble for ,11 niijiiber of  'liiinliniHfien on Hwy I0I.   '  llad-H.llli    .  IIAid, for rent, VVIInon Creek  .    Comirrunity   'llnll,    Contnet  Mm,    liiano    AnderHon,    88*5-  'WlJB, B4Bi?-l'.fn  RJHNlliiTRlT^vdli^TrtMHt  , lliiail between Hy.w. 101 and  Lower HoikIm, llollred person  nr older couple priil'eimd,  lien! reiiMoimlnlo, CIoho Io biiH.  Ii'iui-ipiirlnlloii,   OlliMium   iiina,  Um Im   nr.  STOUR   or    office    npi��ce   for  leiiV.    A|')proxl|iUlWi    Tillf)    m|,  "fl, Hlonii!!' Hpai-ii iii  luiHeiiinnl  I'ur  reulor,   Phni^t,- dny.i,  lllin-  llll 17 or riven, lllin-millll.  (I2l)-l-tfn  **  Vi  ,ThcU Whilo  Ken  C'roHby  Jay V'lHSitr  8nn-?,03fi  lilKl-aQllll  M)fi"''.'100  -"ii'aiiii'-av.  ��� I'MJH'r^lHIIt'll)  II  nioiti  c-oltrifln,  nice    locution,   fur   rellnble  nuii'i'lt'd .coiipln,' P,|i,  (lllfi-IKIDll,  H'JMIHVJ,  64 LOT  MADEIRA I'ARK SUflDIVISION  Thij b����t lorgo vl��w loia in P��ndor' Horboiir~-Wflr|ooklna iho  Mnrbour ond Gull, dosq lo ����oro�� anil schooler���Ihouo lota can  he purc'imed with e very low down "poynwiit ond poym��nfs  a*|oyv on t-IS per,month,  ..  9iT Wnlnrfronl lol nl Pondnr I Imhoiir- -|9,000,  t.% Stm, Mndnlm Pwk, 1100' fronlnfio nn> Hkihwoy-  -$8000,  iMrQtt  30 LOT' -   '  , covn SUPDIYISION '  rJioIro tciml-walorfronl   lol�� n I��jw hundred  f��ot   -"hftflclvwld fishing: Prlcfid from ^700, ~   Mi  EARL  from  Many olh/ir vmw arid boml vyalorfronl lols from $3100 to $8000,  T��rm"i flvnllt-bk on olwva propcrlloi,  DlAcaurit itir Cadi.  0LB1W( ,  Madeira Park, R.C  Phom Pohdor Harbour 803-2233    .  COTTACns  |~On*bfinch-Solmn PKr offin f l?;fi00'-tiBrn^r5!"Bdrnir.-)0mfl"  (Inlbhlnu,  X���Two oldor typo hminoa,. vlnw  lots,  InrO", Holh rA  (Irlrms on  * Hwy,  ��� 12,000." Twin-.,  3 -Al Rolioitfi Cimik"in block lop id, too, (leiou'n, Iniue lol, 2,  (Jdrms,   1-13,950,   icrrhn.,   Nr,, whorl ,��.   bflorli,   Mr,   Good  (PHUVm or till'/ /I4fi\, ' ��� ..  '"'  ''      LOTS  1 ���WniKr (rnnt 100 fr, by 900 % All -.orvjcoii, lullnbln (r,r Mih-  dlvirijnrj, Vlw Von, li A Goorfllo-Sl.Tlmi, ?l 1,250,  2 ��� Rniiorli. Crook,  .'I  loin pr,  whorf,  All  mWvlron.   tftl'00 ooch,  lb'lK.'IRO (I, Mr, Good ofiB_B7?A or (dlhAAM,  "a,c:iu:agi; >     ,      ;,   , ���'  A m'oit (niilnMk Iwo nnd hnlf nenm properly wilh llio flnatl vlnw  on Howe SuiiikI lii(lndlnu,<i-iurullv<i lypo nil, inodnin iwo Udnn.  homo, To IrallHva lliU horgoln ll hri* in l,a <,ct>ri, AIk*iiI ,100 fr,  on wntm" wllli rnlioun lnrludml lor mnl, Hm wli'��|o r.nmnloK,  Only !M!i,000 hirrnv Mr Good ftflflfl/M or MhAH I,  Rdllrn horn on  WI  ' Good  ���-wjsini-ws-  low" Sound fiurnltino Conf.1,  ' P.O, nnd  PF.NPf.R HARBOUR No,  1962  Approx, 8 ocro-" yvith 500 ft, wnlortronl odd .370 It, on Highway  101, suitable ��� fqr-subffivislbr- or development. Largo modorn 3  bedroiim home beautifully finished In natural woods, 2 fireplaces,  double carport, year round stream, Spools," rockwdrkvrevenue rVom  duplex, prolecied mporoae. Don Hadden, BB5-9504, v  SECHEUT! rT~~~���    ~" , No, 1864,  Attractive 3 bedroom all electric homo o( 1,000 square fool, banjo  lot with many fruit .trees and shrubs, Garden shed, norarjo, and  pallo, close lo school and shopping centre.  Full  Prlco '$2*1,950.  !l>m Hadrian.-BB5-9504."   _  l nuiLDING slfFS^UNDlfrONr.'ACRE  ���    , Tillicum Bay���50xM0~7$2,600���Nqv-QOM,' .  *��� Silver Sands 100x I 50--Wl30b^-No. W%  West SflrhQll���B3k I 5Q--K25p--No, -^OAJ",  Sunronrft Acres ��� 1000x150���$6,'il0g- -Nd, 2f|4?,  Sucrrt'l Cove--1 acre���$B,()p0:#jV 2030,' >  .   ,;i> Pon Hadrlon, Bfl5-9f),04, (   '    ,Yiii   -  ^'StolELT VlbLAGE BUSINESS J No, 19-2080  A golnd cwhe'ern" for an ambllloiis couple, pn muscle neod"d.  $1(1,000.00, riKiybo loss, will put yon inlo your own oslabllshed  biiblnosi, in on excellent local Ion. Gi|Orf|nt����il stock, For' details,  call Peler Smllb. 8Q5-9463 ��vcs. . ,  ''SECHELTVILLAGlf "*"" ',,''' No, 1737  $4,000,00' on terms, or cpsh offers, for this- flpo dry lot, south  exposure, rjulel slreel, cleared lor bulldlnn, fotor Srnllh, B85.9463  ���q"x r. -c^���fJ- ���-        ��� ���'' "  SECHELT VIL1.AGR \fl    ' , No, 2068  ���4 fiodroom I Mi storey hoii-o, well bulll A rflllnlsher), cnrporl arid  workshup; A/Oil furnncn, olpmlrium windows, now slnccn, Walk  dUlrinre In all Morim, close lo sail W"l<"r, P��ler Srnllh, Bflfi-9463  eves,  ^.RUBY,LAK'C,.WATERFRON"flZIZnZIIlIll������^  7 Itmlrnnm Post I* llnam Collage, Plrnpld'ro, 0|| ranfj",' Prnpan'ii  Fridge, House wired, This do||rjhTfu| roiieni on 96 (i.Jnkw Imnlaga  w'llh drkuwny nolo iiroporly, oskli'ig $20,00000, only $6,fi00,00  down, or rill ensh oilers, ll'k n lippey, sale swimming ft boating, >  Pnlnl Srnllh 8,85-94^63 ovos, ,   '      *  SFCHII.T Vltl.AGE v"���7^ r������j , . ^ 20-2070  We liuvu m snlncllop of 2 ',)r 3 bndrnn/n homo* within lb��i Village,  Some wilh bi'iseiiidiii, SlaMlno price for 3 bdr, no basement home  l�� $9,9fi(), About Mi cosh, Call Mob Kent 8BfS-946| evos,  laQVEl^Y~fl'hefllfliy    puppies,  Part paimatiQn. Ph, SP'CA,  88Q-7425. ^ ��MGp-?!2.  KIND .homes Wflnte'd for 9d-  ult. female c*ftt tmd. 'kittens.  Ph. "186-7212, ���    ;���'.���       (1279-22  O^L�� $5(i emh, Oilier Pood-  dle -juppt.es, Ipyely iempera-  ments. Ailsa pn.e cream male  puppy. Reserve now- Ph- ���fl&S-  9797.    -       "��� 6306-24  Wanted ypeuY  SHADOW   wed" piston   type  water pump wanted. Phone  8(15-2100. 8285-22  GOOD view lot wanted in Davis   Bay   area.   Write   Box  6286 c-o Peninsula Times, Efpx  310, Sechelt, BC.       "  628(1-22  SELMA  Park, Davis  Bay area,    2   bedroom,   basement,  fireplace ihome. 926-2x38.5."  6291-22  <s  . "  FOR SALE or TRADE  22 CU.  FT- deep freeze,' used  one season. Will trade for 7-  8 cu. ft. one in same condition  or casli to purchase same.. Ph.  '883-2535. 6302-22  FOR SAU  IF IT'S suits -- it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  _^ '88934fn  ORDER   your  garba*ge   incinerator   at   $3.50   each   from  Sechelt Kinsmen.  Phone 885-  2475. 5898-tfn  ' y .       ;     %  YARD Lima shovel; Wide,  long-crawlers. 37LjGj*vL-Pow^  er-.  Ph.   HM-mOl, 6218-22  HORSE  manure  for  sale,  $5.  Pick    up   load   at$ Falaron  Farm,   Gibsons,   886-7729.  _   ...'..'.....    . 8239-tfn  FOR SALE (Continued)  GOOD  wringer  dasher, double  cement -wash   tubs,   on  stand. 8B,5-9P93.        "   6276-22  BOOKS! Books! Books at the '  Times Bookstore ip Sechell.  provincial Government handbooks, Breakers Ahead, Re-  cause The Horn Is There, Gibsons, landing Story, Pogific'  Gardener, Sunset .Gardening  and Ttpbby I'RPks. Classic pa*  perbacks, Aquatic ��� S p o r t s,  Forsyte Saga'. Phone 885-9654.  .     ^84-23,  ? TRAVERSE rods,' compllei  while, as new. Ph.. 885-9827.  -     >tiM8c22  '  __, . -��� -___>_���.���5*4^���..  SUMMER cottage* ���-.spegjalsT  Small fridge,.,, small electric  stove, wood range, wringer  washer, odd chairs. AU at bar-*  gain prices. Gibsons Swap and,  Shop, behind McGregor . Pacific Realty, ' 6312-22  OIL range, white, excellent  '".condition; Reasonable. 886-  9356   or   886-2187. -6293-22  LEGAL NOTICES  . DEPARTMENT OF'   ��� *���  .   PUBLIC WORKS  OF CANADA .  TENDERS <  SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to the Supervisor of Tendering,  Department of 'Public  :  Works,   Canada,   1444  Alberni  Street, Vancouver, 5, B.C. and  'endorsed: "TENDER FOR  FLOAT RENEWAL, MADEIRA   PARK,   B.C."   will'   be  .received until 11:00 a.m. (PD7  ST).*' ���'. '  P 1 a 11), specifications a n d  forms of tender can be seen,  or can be obtained through  the ahove DPW Vancouver of-  -fice' \ '  To be considered- each lender-  must be rnatie on the printed  forms supplied by the Department land' m accordance with  ������-���-���the;--conditions set forth���-'there--'-  ,_JlV-��-��� *_-���-����� - ---���_���--���,  The  lowest or any tender not  necessarily   accepted.  D.  A. Muir-  Supervisor of Tendering  >��� 6278-pub. 'April  28,   1071  AS NEW, one No. 5 demountable' hammer with two and  three quarter ipph nylon faces.  Also one No. 4 demountable  hamrpgr with- 2 inch,���,'nyjrj.il���._!.  face. Two shake froes, taper  and blank: 1 set coat and_^  pants, men's rain clothes, yeT-  low,   large   size.   lh   ton   1959     '  FORM No.  1  LAND  ACT  ���oil. M<��J. Ilvlrm <fij��rler��, AI*oiit  $? 1.(100 dn, fri'iulrr*  Mr,  r>d 6flfl-n/VA or iW.4<14|,'AI".o one oilior nboiil t?7,S0rj"dn,  |lo|h Ihrmo "(lorn, urn lop buyn,  W�� Irovn tho lop (Kiiifnlio ,of ll��lln\n nil |yp��i (or llio Sunnililno'  ,.���,..,.:.,.-..���.*.���,<_^K,n _/jAr. ��� Good kt,f)'9/96-���'-6H f*4"141","  6S4 flUldlARD ST,, VAMCOUV1K  ���'    (Aboyo (ha Twin hi Human)  '...  U__ , . 'i  .. 1   '  SrcilfIT WATflirROMT h|o, 19-2044  Trulv" ���rnmacuirito homo, 1'bdr, Mint, on Olvd, St,, |ust iiep-. lo  btirirli/rull view born Idlchnri or Hying room, On miIa now bolow  nclucil r.n��t. dut. to ownnr'n IIIiiom, A|i|)o|rilmnnl�� nncimory, Call  UobKfliil, 88S-946I ��v��*,      , '      . ,     '  poRpoisr iiay arta"  ~j ���������      N() |(V?05|  '. Uvol wnliirlronl.  189 fl,  1 2/3 nam, On povml rood, full prim  $l7,fi0(),wlth V* tnt.li, HobKonl, 8H?V94nl ��v��*,'      ' ;  .Sri.MA PARK VIIW "* *" Mo, 17-2020  'J*M}i.Wy\M\\)JI>M  Vlow,. Pull pr ICO   $5,000 $1,000 down, Call Hob Kuril 88!) 94ol ovnrji  ASK rQft OUR FRCC CATALOGUE OP REAU ESTATE  GMC 4 wheefdrive, where is  as is. .V* ton plywpod pi_".npp.y,  Brummell,   Lockyer   Rd,,   Ro^8  bers   Creek.  '  ..s-A     mMM, ������  LOCATION, iSecrheJt jBIement-- ,;  ary   Schopl-^oh   caslf basis,   ,  ��� as  is,  where  is.  One ortwp  No. 24 730 sq. ft.,.30 foot diameter      relocatabi)-     Paneloc  Buildings,   elecHtcal'   lighting,,.  propane    heat,    unliable    UA  summer cottage, elc. For further" information contact Alan  Dawson,   Harrigan   Industries  Ltd.,    470    Vanguard     Road,  Richmond,     276-9891,     $2,f><>0  uricli   plus   5   per  ciml   SET &  MA   lux   or   offers,   Must   be  moved  by May 301 h.'   627JI-23  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  (^iiiwuh ��� Ibiat Ilardwaio  jpompressed ob; servico   ,  NYGREN SAl-ES  ���   .   <1W),L_TD.  Phono 688-0303, Gibsons  1 ]'' ' '  ,f"Wt   4a"  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION  ,.��.�� p^.rCjRQ-^jsr.^LANp^.i:!'-.!;  Ip" "Lfind Recording Pistrlct,  of Nf*w. Westminster and s.it'7  iiate*   DL   3728   North   Lake,  East    of   and   adjoining   Lot  6783,  ��� TaUe' notice  thnl   Alex  Roy  Simpkius of Sechelt, P,C., occupation,    contractor, ��� intends  to . apply  for .a. lease  of   the',  following  described   lands:  * Commencing at a post planted on Egmont Highway beside Lol 6783 lliuiicu 100' East;  llu-iicj-- 300 Soulh; fheiico UK)'  West;  Iheiicc 30(1'  North]  and  a/.,  1   iicrus, . more- or  B,C  conlriiiiin'g  Iush*. 1  -'--'riif! purpoHO for which llm  (lispoHllloii Is rucpiiroit is sunb  imir ('irmp,  Ald-!X   ROY  SIMPK1NR  Paled  ApHil  24,  1071.  <I3(I5-Pub, -April 28, May fi, '71  O^X ,128, Secholt  AGENCIES LTP.  Phbn'Q" 8&5-2235  (E.&O.E.) '.''.���        '.. ��� "\,   ,  v. ���   1   ������r���-r���  Thoro'o no flowduoli on ��he,floor now- No fllciHorlnf] qntllqht,  No poiiowlnq honHH��nHi'PMt vyhon n mm oalla for, t* ronl  kQer, h*"- ����*lll mnam th�� immt, thlno,Bo8��'fJrflwiidfi|ow artel  notural In tlio hono-jMo-oaodnoan Old Stylo vJny, Comin' up  r,.tliro<- moro of B,0,'8 bont-oeillnq boor. Old Dtylo Poorf  ' "* ir11!7 t  '  I 1 \ P* P*! P^t f  ft ,!.-���,!,  ..      Slow br��wod ��nd nnlurnlly nood  ' '   '  frill .Wi Uumint. |�� (\D\f\tmi0i <tt'tHftyitl>i tn��\)p*i CtM/t| Unit t* "y Mi* Oovirivnint <4 mJ^oUmiii  / *�����'������-*: ���  1   .. '���* *  ���i ��� _\*"  ^ rK7TG',L]j���j^rVyfn  rs*��>ii^*-**��,si*^^  'ana  ode  iBtro  the Peninsulo Time? Paso A-3  Wedne-jdqy? April 2% 1971      c  i *  this mail into ^pother separation from  which |he letters arp taken and placed  directly Into the proper boxes.  Hdlfrnoon Bay Happenings  HALFMOON,   Bay   Centennial '71   Com-    to tbe Centennial project, irpprpvenrents  ,miltee is busy making .pips for the. ia the Welcomp .BeVch Hall and parking  :i(c    rtf    f��rr��    minaciimana^t!    r,,.A    (Vlefc    Q C MiQno  YOUR   -"ddress   will' have  a   new   look  when Canada's new postal CODE hits  your   household' or   business   somjetinte  Within the ne*t three years.  The postal CODE is being introduced  this April 1st,,.starting in Ottawa-It'will  To  go  back  \0  QUr  esmaple,   "K2P  OB6" designates \p$ -south side pf Nepeari v'slts of twp minesweepers and the S.S.. pla.ce. =  Street, between,, Bank and O'Connor, in Beater. The minesweepers wil) arrive at ' Considerable- work  has already been  gl-pwing mail volumes and avert traffic    downtown  Ottawa.  This  illustrates," just Halfmoon Bay _-g*hari 'on f^tuiflay, JWfej* dqne on the parking space and a cplyert  congestion in larger post offices across    novv much* detail1 the CODE, provides.' lst at 3 p.m.. a:nd will ^e welcomed, by has been put1 in a^t the entrance tjo the  Here is a typical address m this postal representatives of the Sechelt. aStJ Jfc-Jf.  children were too fay, away tq be. includeii  jn tbe sqhpnie bprrowed thgir ^eifjhbpr's'  cHildrep.       * , ' ~* '    \  - Among the lupki* children adopted fpr"  the pccasiop wWe'M?ffy in�� Margaret  Cpnpor and Travis ar^firenda Dguglas.  tbe pountry.  COMPOSITION of CODE     -  The postal CODE takes the'tdi^i of  reach all of Manitoba in the fall of this *ANA NAN where "A" represents a-letter  year .and Saskatchewan by the spring of of the a'Phabet and "N" a number frqm  1972.   The   Atlantic * provinces " will   be' �� to 9' T,ie first thr-ee characters are se-  coded  by the Fall of 10J2, followed by Parated from the last three by a space.  Alberta   by   the  end  of that   yeaf and -   lyPl&al example  is K2P OB6, -,Yhi<sh  British   Columbia'' the   Yukon   and   the ^rePresents.  a   section   of  downtown   Ot-  Northwest   Territories-   by   sprfng   1Q73. lPwa-   ^e'N  u.se  tl"s. sample   through-  Quebec and the rest of Ontario will be  coded early in 1974  The" poiUl CODE will become an  integral part of every' Canadian address.  ���In just six .characters-*-a combination of  letters .and 'numbers���there is enough in-  formatiori to "represent a person's address  right down to.'one side of a city -street,  and sometimes even further. .  '  out our explanation  For the sake  of  simplicity,  the first  three  characters   can  be  CODE area:  Mr. Joe Smith '  Apt. No.  5     *  lpO Nepean St. -       .�� '   "  OTTAWA,   Ontario  '     K2P OB6  ���   < /<���  The postal CODE appears as the last  item pf the address^ whenever possible  op a separate line.  moon Bay Centennial Committees.  At- 9 p.m. there will be a fireworks  display. The two ships will lemain, at  Halfmoon Bay until the morpii"g of Monday, May 3. During their visit no= cars  will be allowed to park op \\*e wharf her sister, Mrs. Joetta Gordon frorp CaT-  and visitors shquld carefufly fo|low par- gary: Mrs. Ruby Warpe apd ]tyfr. Ed Ed-  lung directions. The S.S. Beavel' is sched- munds recenty went on a bus trip to Reno  uled  to arrive at Halfmoon Bay wharf    but succumbed   to a  viij-Ms flu'which  Jape allowance Whiph will be bp*ened up  to give additional space., Wbrit; is i>ow  held pp until a bulldozer is available  to do further clearing.  HERE AND THERE /  ' Recent guest of Mrs. Alex Ellis was  T ,���'"--.        _. -    is.      on Mary   11   and will remain untif the    struck  down   almost   everybody   on  the  In rural areas where there is no l��^_��^ownng pf May 13. For those pinning    bus. It is one of. those times when they  three  characters   can  be   referred   tf.   as     denote*! TwS^ !f meet th* Beave,; ��n  *"'rival< old time    f?eJ ^ W0Uld haVe h^n b^er 0��'t0'  lUe Area Designator, and the last three,   "inS^         ,  jtay at liome.    - ..     --...;  the Local Designator: -W ^e^^ l^ Wdiimed  The.sy-.tem  has  b,een   designed, Wdh .miUee   we,e   busy   last  Thursday   whep ��� ���'W-egk-Htld, for what is the fun of gping  AREA 'DESIGNATOR  ih ipbah areas, the Area Designator  describes an  area  about t^e size of  25  mLn   r>r-,r��i?   ���.   ,i �� letter carrier routes. In crowded down-  ,.. !���.    v^r, ill���f .I15ver. chan��es~at-    town areas, this would be equivalent to  least not uhTil 2000 A.D., the mWimum  307year .life span planned for the CODE,  and probably not for long after that���  although an individual will change h|s  CODE should he move. The CODEjjs  allocated according to street- ancPstree^t  number, and not to individuals.-so it stays  jrut. '.���..'..  The postal COETE ir. essential in order  i0 a"w the Post Office to handle rapidly  SUNSHINE CO/\S,T  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  - Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11 fl 5 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  about 120 city blocks. In residential ar"easl  it would be even bigger.     "  Using our example, in Qtlawa "K2P"  designates an area bordered by Laurier  Ayenue oh the North, Kent Street op the  enough flexibility to adjust fpr popula.-  tion' shifts     and   growths.   New' postal.  CODES   are   held   jn   reserve   fpr   this'  ��� evehtuality. *     *  The Post Qffice expects to spend $60  to $70, millipn op eqnip^ent'jajier the  nex|. five' years, starting wita the 15.  largest cities which account, l��r 85%  of all mail in 'Canada���'Halifax, Quebec  City, .'Montreal?' Ottawa, Toronto, Hamil-  West, the Queensw^y on the South and '! ton, London,. Windspr, Winnipeg, Regina,  Davit Bay Road and Arburui  (2 t>lock* iip from Highway)  the   Rideau  Canal  on  the  East.  In rural areas/ the. Area Designator  denotes an area in which there are fewer  than 200 small post offices.  The first character of the Area Designator, always a letter-, .represents a  very large area���sometimes ,'an entire  province, on��part' of a province. For ex-  Saskatoon, "Edmonton, Calgary, Vancou?  ver and Victoria. ���-���-..  Toronto, and Montreal together account  for 44%  of., the *mail.,.      , "  The Post Office is spending a considerable amount of money on the COpEi  but il is pertain from experiences in  other countries and from studies done,  here in  Canada,  that it  is  worth  every  the Centennial Caravan visited Sephelt.  ���A relay pf workers direct-4 people  through the Caravan and sriltL Centennial., items. . -       . A   ���  The Committee has for i-ple windshield decals; with the cehtenpM eniblem  at 15 cents, centenri|aPmeda|lipns at 50  cents and ppokbooks (Mempr!"|)le Meals  in British Columbia), at f:2v^Pipceeds go  2*.**0*0***0M*0~*****'*0*0***0****0!0*******0*.'  to a magician's sb.pw l^th*i-!gCa ch|l(| or-  two? Several residents whose own g^andr  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  .   ADMIRAL  *     *     *     *  BURRITT BROS.      v.  RUGS AND CARPETS  (      FilRNifURE  ��1BSOMS SWAP  ANP .SHOP  �� Reaonable prices an Used Furnii-ureS  ��    - and Appliances, all in good,      S  f^n!!lr,thf.iletn��   "K"'   Wh^��h   is/,set1 ' Penny.   With   rising   mail   volumes   and  throughout the Ottawa area, is one of five    r   '  lettei-s that will.be used jn Ontario. The  others will be L, M, N and P, each representing a postal district, although' this  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  ^r. John's UnitedI Church ^Djayis BayZlllI  '���-���������-"- Sunday^^ Services -^TiBoTam,  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mei|on United  Sunday Services-7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886^2333  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St, Hilda's, Sechelt. Family Eucharist. 9:30.  o.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday). Ho|y Eucharist  every Sunday a! 8 a.m.; 9;30 a.m. (1st apd  3rd);.,pyerViiThMrsd'-y qtijlO q,mr fypp-iPhQ  9t'7-3p p!m. (2nd gnd 4lh Sundriy):,    ::  St.  Mary'*, Garden  Pay,  Holy  EuchqrisfT-W  ||:30"a.pil(1stand 3rd,!Sutidpy).   ;  Egmpnt.  HQjy--fucbarist-i-2  p.m.   1st  and  3rd Sunday). , 'Aj  Church, of His  PreiuneeT���Rodrooffi, ^Evensong���3    p,mT**"S'ver ' 2nd    SuridHyv' Holy  pucharis*-77r3 p.m., every 4th Sundfty,  Priott���Rov. ,D, Popple, Socholt B8,_ir9^93,  Baptist Church Services  BETHEI- BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermqid anci Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 a,i*n|  Morning Worship 1 |:15!a,m;.'  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  1    Park Rd,, Gibsoris!  Sunday School 9:45 ahV  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  1       Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885^2809)  A; WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU,  relationship may .change with time    The other letters have been allocated  ������*" as  follows:   "A"  for Newfoundland,  "B"  for Nova Scotia, "C" for Prince Edward  Island, "E" for New Brunswick, "G", "H"  i   and  "J" for Quebec,  "R"  for Manitoba,.  1  "S" . for, Saskatchewan,. "T' for. Alberta,  ���JD��L fot.:British-Cbiumbiav --"X" for  the  Northwest  Territories  and   "Y"   for  the  Yukon.  The  second  and  third   characters,   in  combination, serve to divide  this  larger  area into parts'" of a city or a group of  , . rural   towns  and  villages.  A   zero   in  the  second  position   indicates a rural area, wfnle the numbers  1 '  to 9 in this position mean an urban area  where   there   is   letter   carrier   delivery.  ������Thuj^I<^l^L��J^by^definition^an-.ur"ban-  area..   -  In Ottawa, there is a separate Area  Designator (K1A) for all federal government departments.  The Local Designator, the second half  of the postal CODE, pinpoints the address  even further. .    '    '   -'  ��� _In urban areas, the three characters,  .;,, taker- tpgetlier-, pap,designate, pnej s|k}PVpf.  a   pity   stj-ppt   betweeii *intPt-septio}k;i?ji  &;|*irge; pysinessvfii-m^-an aRai-tipen^bmldr*  *ng, a laige^office buddingi or a fpiw:bY  delivery from a. post off ice���rural rppte,  post office boxes, general delivery, ptp.  __,.     Thus; when new equipment is inslfij-  lod, by usihg fhe postal CODE, the Ppsi-  Office  will  be -able  to sort "mail  right  down  to these destinations. Ip tlie case  of a largo apartment building or business-  office which has' its own CODE, mail' can  be sorted for this one destination  hi  a  sepai-alo bundle, Similarly,'in a residential  "'   area where ope CODE c6vbi*-s opo side of  ���~ u street it will be,possible to'Vsort all ipail  for .|lie  people  on  lhaFblock   inlo-one  bundle wliiclolhc loiter carrier' then lakes  and delivers, ,,������/*., ,     ���   '  Vyiioi'o tbe i:,(,(j(ii IDo.signator I'oprosenls  *L,K,ii( ,,f^CQ i"F�� "'^ nmehlnoB will sort  ���Q-"-! " -���' ������  increasingly   faster   methods  of  comma  nication, a more sophisticates sorting system���and   coding���is  the  only  way  the  Post  Office   can  keep   costs   d^wn   and ,  ��  still provide efficient'and reliable service.    !��  s  condition.  Located bphind  MqcGregpr Pacific Realty Ltd  GIBSONS, B.C.  T**000*00000m*00*0000000000000*00l0*00M*0M&.  ���   *\m% - CLEFTS - hoibbp   :  Apply now fqr^teses beginning early May. Classej" in Resin Craft,  Depp) ancj Mpd-Po3cje. Make begidfffu\ prints grtdt snapshots look like  genuine oil paintings. Complete new lines in arts and crafts.  Classes From  10 a.m. - 5  p.m.  Phone: Days 885-9817 ��� Evenings 885-2368  ;    Store Hours; 10 q,m, - 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays:  CQWRIE STREET/SI-CHEI-T  ��>��  j   'Blake Cf Alderson D.C.  V      CHIROPRACTOR  Poil Office Building Socholi   ' __^.  Phono 885-2333  Rc��, 886-2321 '  Tiiaiday ��o Friday 10)30 a,m, �����> 5|30 p.m.  SaCnrday 9(30 a.m,lo 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  "^P"""-"^ tf^f^**fc "^^^C  iZ  li  1��.^/���^rfA^f^*'''���,p^����^Ka,.����.*���'">'M���^���M,���  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PARI  ��� ThU fre�� reminder'''-' comlno ovepu Is o 5erv|c0 of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phono p,onlii5ir|n Tlmosi direct for" frco llsllnos^ spcclfylno" "Polo  pop", I'looho nolo Uml spocu Is Hmllod nnc| sonm odvnnco (|o|o8 mqy  hovo |o woil llmlr inm/ nlno thot Ibis Is o "rorr-lndor" llsilno only qrid  connoi n|wny�� enrry bill dololls, ' '  IrVV-flrWr^^  April 20 fl'ii.m, Socholi,Union t'lnll, Ulntl'). ,    ,   .  April 79 ll p.m, llo|)��rU CfonK llnll, Llopi, |.q|||��6 .("nnilly l-nnblriivHlnfl,  April 30    1.3|i,in, Ruliuiii Ciuwk CiimniuiiHy I'lcill, Riiimnnf/o, Tun ��.  DoKo Snlo, Knlioila CruuK PoroniB Auxlllnry,  April 30-r-2"9 p,m, Q|l)&ons Elonionlnry Scboul, PinViuor l?ny��,  "'"A|7H I "3 (1^'.-:fl ���'"*'7:f iiC" si-jci,;��I r'"l n�� ITi:ii'n" to 117 --' p;���-'^-"��������� -~w~~~  April ',10   "TI p.m. I*nd /i, Gun Cluh Wilson CromK,'Uiidnr-wH* llllll hlliln  '    " r-how liy Jim Wlllori(|hl)y, ' ,  Apill 3,0--2 p.mi ||oq||h Coniio'GlIiMiiiK, Hrniicli 38 p.A.P.O; -Spring  ���  Ton, ��� ,      . ,  Mny \--9- I" A p.in, Suchuli l-uoinfi I loll.'Si, Ciii/uiiu A^n, fipilnu Iiiu  fi, lldko Snlo, '   ,    .     ' ��  M��y  I   -I'4 p.m, f'll'M)i)ii |.i|i)ii)ii|ilnry Schcuil, I'ldlidili Priyn,  Mny I /;.'J0-ll p.m, Pondnr Hnihour Secondary School -Cnrnlvnl,  Moy 2-1 'f),m,"Sochelf Pad H, Qan Cluh Wilson CicoH, T��<rKcy Shof-f,  i1 May J    7 i#,in.,|luo|lli Cunlio Glhr.ont��, llmn(.h 311 O.A.P.O,' t��i��cinl,   ���  /Moy (|���-1/;'I0 p,m, Si,  Hllda'i. Moll,  Socholi,  Koi'opoyor-. Aw-oclniinii  Gunurdl, M��nlln��.       ' l        ' '  May <1���/;.^0'|i.m, Swribhlno School G||>t.nn'n, Annual M����ilno, Socholi  ���   ��, nihiiiii iiuiniiluil Chililiun'ii Aw>".'ini|an,,     ,, ' ,  ASK FOR OUR f f(H CATAI-OQUE  OF REAI, ESTATE  MnlilirU Mitlno 5��rvlcii  Vancouver Pool E����ol��  .���.��.,..,,..,_��� fimii..-- ��:,,..,...,-  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Here are the  Road tho chart below nnd you will see how rnuph 'G$6 your persona!  Income ta^ee are in PrHMl Col4ir-|*"|a coiilpared to l|ioso of people with  tho'safTie income ||vlnd Ih Ihq other three Western Proyinccs,  PROVIiNCIAt INCplVtE T^K CAU3UI7ATEP ON YOUR BASIC INCOME TAX  AND PAID ALONG WITH YOjjN FEDERAL INCO(V|E TAX,  BnalnTaK  on Incdmo  ���     ,      Pfovinclal portion of Your Bflaio lllcbrriQ Ta?<, ,  BrlllBli,        ..���                     .,-. ,,  Columl-lo          Alborla'      Saakfllchowpr-      ManlloM  ,$.. .100  .$,?!)  166  $      34  ', ���%     OP  . ,   600  140' ,  '     170   ���  106  '���-'|(ooo"���  ���jjflq-���  ������~q3Q~  ���'r'���g^0���""���  ""~":r'T"390"*""'  1,600  w  y|p5r'"  610  606  2,000  ' 660  660   "��  660  780  3,000"  Uf\  os^o  .    1,020  1,170 ;  4,000  6,000  1,1?fl, ....  *    1,320  1   1,360  ,  1,560  hW  1,650"  1,700  1,060  10,000  J 2,1100'  '3,300 '  ;/ 3,400*  PiOOO'  AGENCIES.. LTD.  Box J20, Sociiolr, B,C,  Nol only does f3rl||sh Coliimhffl ImvoTliQ lowest personal and  corporation Income to�� rflloa inCanflda hut our tola! services andQran^arQ  ��� tlio host |n Canadft '       *  THE GOVERNMENT OFTHE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ,     DCPARIpM: OEFINANCli        . . ���     ,    ,.  HUN, W. A. 0, |1RNNETT�� P.G��� Pio/rilor mul'Mlnlolur ��|  *      I      Q.8,PI|YBON,DopulyMlntetororhrfmiCH.  <r,  lUllUU  ..)  31  \m  i,  *%   4   *   ii  tf   *  fi **  i*  **   *   *   ii*****   *   *��Jl   i   **  *f   J*-,*   4- A A. Ait* 1*. A  V/H_A(��*^***����-*i*.r**,-^-i*-*"'','s'��'    fikj-*v*trf��#i        ih iil*��-.*-�� iKt*. 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"/V-  *.'v 0 0 it* r  ���  ��.- ���       *�����.���-.-' .1- -���������-:-  J.m?>f i   *.��� *-rj-*0"  * r-  v-  '�����  li  1 5  I*  h  I:  i  $  i  ,�����  -!  ' ������  '  1  tl  i  .*  r .  i  *���  ���ii  ,-'i  r   P  ...  ��wby Marion Charman  GIE)SON|3 own Lyn Vernon, who  pame  here  when  she wns  3-years-o}d,  received  her Bchoqling  Ideally apd pRBnt  her girlhood. \i\ this* area l>as, one might  ���say," reAehed the top in Opera. Word has  V  and T-is wife from Melford, Saskatchewan *  who, enjoyed the visit to the Coast,    .  Arriving back April, 19th from" a 2  week camper trip were Ray and Marion ;  Wneker and family. They drove south  -along the coast, visited Disneyland, Knox  Berry Farm, Salt and Sea etc., and re^  turned" by Sacramento and the tree-way  enjoying a very pleusanl  vacation.  .Tourneying from their home in Winnipeg; to visit the T-iinekers at Sunshine  been received that X-yn was ��� awarded ��������,.,���, .,��� , .,  contract at Berne Stuat Theatre,- Berne, �� Coast Trailer  Park  were Mr.  and  Mrs  Switzerland  to  do   14  performances   as     Bob Burnachuk and 2.boys.  Cyrus the Persian King in Handel's "Bel-  shazzar", rehearsal's for which commence  on May 10th 1971.  Two performances will be given in  June and the other 1? between September and December this year. After which,  if. -all-goes well, Lyn (.quid expect to be  the Berne Staat, Theatre permanently.  -She would 'then be able, wW'Jj* having her  ,(-headquarters there, to do guest performances 'elsewhere when, suitable46 f jt. them  into her schedule,  She has  tried  out in  North Dusselr- .  dorf for the part of Carmen "and is presently awaiting word on this,        t      "- '���*  Looking into the i\iture;;;she has been .  called by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra ,to solo Handel's"Te Doum",  Mr. .and Mrs. Ban Vernon of Gower  ^ Point   are   eagerly   awaiting   arrival   of  ���a tape fro'm their daughter J-.yn, on which  ~she,smgs4vith_a_g^t��dJ-enoi--ta  BALLET > .���������''.  Colleen Connor of Roberts Creek, pupil of Miss Anne, Gorton, has" received  honors in'Grade. 2 Ballet and was highly  eomirtended in Grade 3 Ballet Royal Aca-.  demy Examinations recently. She also  won a Creative Writing Award.  Other   pupils   of   Miss' 'Gordon"   who  took Royal Academy Ballet Examinations ,  were   Christine   Irvine,   Cindy   Beaudry,  Carol   Dougherty,   Jennifer   Blake,   Gail"  Nielsen���grade 2 and Lori Montgomery-  grade 3.  A former , pupil. Miss Penny, Lea  Davis, recently received top honors in a  ballet teachers technique exam in London, England.  ST.  BARTHOLOMEW'S  The Anglican Church Women attended a Holy Communion service on Wednesday which was followed by a luncheon  including a special cake. A gift was presented to Rev. Dennis Morgan who leaves  .-4o--take^u-p-*dttt-ie^fl���ya.nro^  He will be greatly missed.  ' Visiting our area earlier this month  was Rev. David H. <��P. Brown with his  wife Betty of Vancouver from St. Timo:  thy's Church, Victoria Drive. Rev. and  Mrs. Brown were shown the district from  Port Mellon to Roberts Creek and they  are looking forward to moving here some  time in June, when they will replace  Rev. Dennis Morgan. '     ���   The. Browns have a family-ijf-fivfej-the���-  three younger children will tdqv^ io  Gibsons and .the two older ones will remain in Vancouver attending university.  BALL GAMES  Now that the fine weather is here it  is good to see so many young boys having  a happy time at Brothers Memorial Park  of an evening. Thanks are due to the  adults who superintend --and coach ,-the  fellows in their ball pjaylng,-  Another1 game must have been practised at ���Brothers Park too, judging by the  number of balls of a Specified size and  weight found on the grounds which hdve  been, one supposes, been struck with a  stick or club designed for the purpose,  It, may be that these balls-were knocked  from an established starting point but did  not reach a designated finishing point  in the fewest possible'strokes!.Golf any7  one? ��� '���      ���'���.'''���-  EASTER BUNNY  A certain little reddioaded 11-year-  old, girl at Roberts Creek must >iovo  known that "U is more blessed to give  than to'revoive" because this huppy  youngHter niose before (1,30 a,'m, on Eostqr,  'dressed herself In a Bunny suit and hurl  her father drive hor to different homi-.s  where sire quietly left Raster baskets of  goodies for the children of the house-  , Ihj-Mh,'."i'luin she returned to her own  ���holme and. went bad. lo bed for a while,  'overseas  Joseph 'awl' Ellon Anonby and family  who were pastoro nl, Gibsons Pontecoslal  Tabernacle Homo ywmi ago" wore now well  OHtnbliHhod   at   QjihIIIh   Do  Cdrreo   1327,  Buenos Aires, Argentina, Whllo, wo worn  having   a  cool   winter  hero,   tlioy   wcro  I having n- wcl mirnmor with midden fuii-  oum n|.ormu, Tlio Anonbyti ai;o all  doing  'jwwll wllli l.he language, Stanley, li-yeiii'ii; ''  ./.old'wlio hnn uinrtod gnirtii oiio In a Rpiiii-  liih fichool finds It a Htnrgglo to-gomplelo  , 2 bdui'H or homoworl'  tliey irsHlgn dally,  ,J Medical, v,fii'�� tli��ro,In not as good oh lhe' "   '  ���T  fnmlly'hHd boon i|iiod lo In (his voiinlry.'  Mr. and Mrs, Robert Barnes enjoyed  a camper trip to ,the Kamloops area.  Mrs. Gwen Arthur spent a week at  her sister's apartment in Vancouver while  her sister was away on,a. visit to Reno.  Mr"S, R, Telford and Mr. and Mrs. Stan  . Trueman spent .a. weekend visiting Cedrip.  Telford  in Vancouver, '  Former Qibsons i-esident Mrs. Verna  j^zyan with Gail aaid Stephen from Alder-  grove visited jirs. Blanche Horseman for  six days.  ' Mr, A. 'G, Andrews formerly of Grant-  hams Landing is over from Napah-no,  guest of Ml', and Mrs. Pop Horseman. .  C, wj Lock,' who stayed in Vancouver  over the winter, is now visiting his daughters here. .,  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hushy observed their  wedding anniversary- April   16th.  Miss Esther Olsen, Harold and Her-  mina Olsen from Vancouver-were out to  see their lather Cornelius  Olsen.  Phil and Hilda" De Leenheer from  Williams Lake visited the hitter's mother,  Mrs, Ethel Barnes i'or a few days recently.  Mr. and Mrs Winston Robinson enjoyed a trip by plane to Honolulu, while' in  Hawaii, they also visited the i Island of  Kauai having a happy holiday.  Mrs Ran Vernon Was at Hudson Hope  to visit her. son' Dick, daughter-in-law  .Heaiher  and  their  family  for  a  week;  Mr. and Mrs.. "George Cooper went  south by bus, as* i'av as Minnesota where'  they attended the- wedding of their son  Edward. -Mr. "Cooper  returned   by  plane  to resume his duties at school. Mrs/Coo-.,  per returned m a more leisurely manner coming by way of Carenport Sask.,  where she visited students at Brjercrest,  several Of whom are from Qibsons.*  FAHEWpLL  At St, Bartholomew's Anglican Church  following., the morning worship service  al which Rev Dennis Morgan preached  a s'timng messago, the congregation adjourned to the Parish Hall for a luncheon  and get-together. Rev, Morgan was given  a present from the Sunday School. The  congregation also otfered many thanks  and much appreciation for this faithful  work here and they too made the presentation of a gift.  0 r->t  1 V-  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times      . Wednesday, April 20, 197,  The .wojf eel, is not an eel bill the.  largest .member of the' Blennoid group  which includes ke'lpfish, pricklebacks* and  gunnels. By living a similar way of life  to an ee) 'they have evolved a similar  body structure. -...:.  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 885.9515  SECHELT, B.C,  Telephone: 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  W,  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT    '  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  APiHJANCE REPAIR  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances  JOHN BUNYAN  Davis Bay Phone 885-9318  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone $86-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Ppttery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  aOtcT service  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  BICYCLES  --  I-    - - - . - I.���.-.��� ..-'-   - "       II-"  '" '  -BICYCLES  SALES - REPAIRS - PARTS - TIRES ETC FOR  BICYCLES - MINIS - MOTOR CYCLES  .Coll Quick Pick ot Cycle Sales & Services at the  RENTAL SHOP - Phone 8a5-2848  IF DICK CAN'T FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YOUR  MOTHER-IN-LAW  BLASTING  BUILDERS  (continued)  CUSTOM KITCHENS  General Finish Carpentry  AM work, performec) on the job with  your materials.  WIM./ GO,.ANYWHERE  Phone 886^9593  WOULD YOU LIKE���  An   addition?   An   alteration?   A   new   horneij  Repairs? A^new., floor���seamless like Srt^Mary's  Hospital?  -WE DO IT ALL  WINDMILL CONSTRUCTION LTD.  rlrvine/s Landing, B.C. v PJ^S, 883-2414  Leave message at Harbour Motors.  Plan books available <���; Planning assistance.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AMD  BUILDING SUPPLIES v  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seqview - Phon_r886-2S42 ^  TWIN CREEK LUMBER       BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  K   .     Dial 886-2808  When You Need Buildipg Supplies  Give Us A Call .   -  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET RrlAHERS  OCEAN SIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FJNEGUSTOM FURNITURE '  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS     '  Our Cabinet Units Are All" Prefiihshed  Before  Installation. ' JJ  R. B.IRKIN ~ Beach Ave., Roberfs Creek, B^  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS,     ~"  ELECTRICIANS^ (continued)  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phpne 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  JIM McKENZIE     .  "ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR     ���  Domestic Installations and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechell-, B.C.  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Wiring Supplies -  Electric  Heat  Sechelt - Phone 885-2062  ���Jiej3'U3#^e4>ms����eJ'"aas'^iM^wa��$^^  FUEL  c  ANADIAN  P  ROPANE  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Flporshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing     "  Sprpy Bufftflg - Window Cleaning  -  RUG SHAMPOOING   :_  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, interior & Exterior decorating.  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechell, B.C.  RETAIL STORES  KENNELS  ���r  CONTROLLED BLASTING  alC work insured  FREE ESTIMAItb  FRED; DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES,  Phono 885-2304 L. C. 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Phone 883-2274      I, i���-.,   STUCCO  Old Homes A Specially  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stqcco &, Masonry Contractor  , FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886^9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C,  !  L & H SWANSON' LTD^  READY-M,IX CONCRmE  Sqnd and Gravol - Docl<hoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK   ���  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelr, B.C..  Land Cloiirjlng. Land Development  Hood Building. Road Work  '.���������   r ���' 'Z ���"��� Call. '. j...'"-:   OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Seqlioll. B.C.  Phono 885-9767  P K llENTALS  Madeira Par It, B.C, ,  Grayol - PHI - Top Scill VPulldn/Ino  Loodnr- Uockhoo - Trucks  ""'""'^'"'~''Phono" 881-2240* '  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cltiqrlno ��� Excavation"! - Hand llulMlnrj  Cro.llnu 7 Fill - Road Grovol - Cru.li'ud Hock.  Serving-thg Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, ^Heating and Hot^ater.  FREE ESTIMATES  ���--_.-.    Phone 885^2360  Wharf arid Dolphin - Sechelt B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  . '    .    ' : ..   ������    ������������ -^[ : A* '  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ~ -ESSO OIL FURNACES  -No down payment - Bank Interest  Ten years to pay  For ����.��� e����lmote���Cqll 886-2728  Complete line of appliances n  HAIRDRESSER  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the BqI Block  Next to the Go-op Store  Gibsons' 886-2322  ���    r   FOqR?C^EtGH1  BOARDING KENNELS  Frances Avenue - Redrooffs Road  HALFMOON BAY, B.C.  Phone 885-9469  Between-���  9 a,rrv 11 a.m. tt..5 p.rh.-6 p.m.  RrlACHINE SWOP T  At the^ign of the Chevron "  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding.  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721   Res. 8B6-9956, 886-9326  .mm0im*0m0W"^*?**mmmm*m~*mmmm,^m*~mm~mm "���"'  "���  - -SEWIWCMVIAeillNf:^  C &S HARDWARE  SECHELT. B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE ^  HOME FURNISHINGS '  JF^onel885-9713  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods'- Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt.  B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies" and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie. Street, Sechelt  Bernina & Omegc;  ' Sales,, Parts, Service"  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKE?  Mrs. Mono Havies -885-9740  3ARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  of ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  ��� Evinrude Sales -JOMC Parts"& Service  Boar Hauling  Phone 886-7411  Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina.Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinrude CMC, - K&C Thermogla'ss �� Sunliner  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Also plumbing Fittings and Fixtures,  Pender Harbour - Phono' 883-2266  SPORTING GOODS-  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used ..... Large & Small  885-9819 Sechelt  surveyors : ."���' Z��ZZ^Z. ���  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors   .  Marine Building - Porppise  Boy  Sechelt,, B,C,  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TAXI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors.,  Sliell Gas and pi'l and Repairs,.  ,,5>4   Hour Taxi  and Wrecker  Service,  Garden Bay Rd/, Pen.der. Harbour-B.C,.,  Nursery \  j  Tel: 883-2414  \  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Complete  HalrdresslQQ Servlcn  By  Prolosslonal Staff.  Cowrie Street  Phono 885-2818  HEATING  r1  . ���J,it-!i,,<ti,:z'iM*;.ii~  MB  nse  BRUSH HOOKS  fVIACHETES  '*SHAfiiE''FfitC)ES  _t��  iafsitii.isa'iiisewiwsaisfc^  SECHELT'  CHAINTSAW CENTRE  up.  COWRIE STREET  Phono 085-9626  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  ^EXPERT FINISHING ���  Alicrnllonii - A��l(lll|oni�� ��� Kltchan and  |in||)roorns a Sfwlahy  RAYCRAVYSHAW  RR 1, Socholt, D.C,. Phono 001-2190  J  , ..,;���:;_ :.COR -JUIPEMA ,,.. :i���:.  For All Your Repovatlons, Repairs  nnd Cabinet, Work.  Phono 885-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  '     CUSTOM HOMES - TRE-fAP HOMES  High Quality , ,, Rionsonqhlfl Prlcn*   I  huy a PockoQo ond inroct It yoursolf, or not  our profctilonol |ro||>.  OAROiN PAY, P.C. Phone 883-2^3  Phonoi Socholt 885-9550  PRECAST CONCRETE  '   SCPTICTANK INSTALLED     ,  ,   (XWLKNMLNTAI'WOyri)  PRF.P. LSTIMATt.S  Ocrrvollono - Drnlnoo'- ' Y^alutUntu, |'|r���  1      Business  Phono 086-2231  Homo .Phono 08679579,     *  -ELECTRICIANS-   ACTON ELECTRIC LTp.  Prt��i(lont|o| - Muslrlol nn*l M"flno W'rlnq  Electric Mont . Lino Work .  Phono. 0067244  GIBSONS HEATING  INSTALLATION - SERVICE  Fnrnnr.0 nnd llo| W'rlor Tonks  0|| or Gos  ""''"'"'   Proo rr-ilniqlos - No 'OMIqoiion  Phono 086-7380   Jack Cwrrlo, OonBtQJ, Qllnoni, B.C.  HEATING & SHEET METAL  "'^tha1ul!i^t  ���Porno-itIc - Commorc|q| - Industrial ,  Tclophono 885-9606  Box  164, Socholt, B.C.   .  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET    METAL    OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  Nc down paymenl  \ phorio 085-9494     >  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberta Creek  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Landscaping - Shrgbs -iFrtilt Trees - Fertlll/or  ,,   Unrfy Plflntfi -. Poddlndi Plants - Peat Moss  fully Mcenspd Pesjlclde Spraying for   "', ���  Landscapihdand Trees  Phono 006-2684  OPtOMfeTRIST  ,        ,  FRANK "E.  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TOWING  RENTALS  A  Use these spaces lo  reach ppqrjy  10,000 people  1 every v/ookl'  THE' TIMES> ^Phono 88579654  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  Oil', r-IIUU WA'ITR I KM IRS  ,   Notlilnti I'own ��� - 10 Years In pay  ���������-- "--'- -��� -f I If/ln Pli/rriblnn'   ���_,-���...-���  Roy Blancho ���,,",    Madeira Park  003-2401   , 003-2778  m>*��' ��imi.i. 1 1'in 1 �� iin Kin. 1 1 ���  HORSED '  FALARpOARM  Cxrwllftiit  (nrlllllos avollnhle'lor Imordlncj nnd  ' "' ,.:   ,    ,���,       ildlnci your h<tfi,��, ,        '���  * Indlvldqal PnddncM * Llflhtwl .Sayydimt Kino  1     ^ Vi inlla Trajrcliio Track, * lliidla Tiall  PEGI5TRRED plioOO STOCK FOR SAI.E  R.R, %, GlU.oni, P.C. ,fhpp0 P06.77?*  "REI^T IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  . ot Dovl�� 'Bay    "  "We fli?nt or Sell Almost L:veryHi/ria"  "Tyjiowflior"! < Llijlillrio I'lariu ��� T*l��vl��lon��  |'o(a THIorr' C��m��nl Nilwni ��� Lawn Mrtkon  Mpcliarilc'b Twain  ���  PHONE HIlMMtl ��� M HOIIli SIRVICII  REST AiU RANTS        EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Opon ? a.rn, to the (oitj-orry.  ; J jomo; CooKo'rJ Canadian ond  European Pishes   ���  JOE ANP MARY.ERASER  Tel: 003*2747  *'"".' USE THIS ���    ���  BUSINESS PIRECTORY  TO REACH  ,10/0.00. PEOPLE"  THE TIMES, $05-9654 '.���, "  , ��� Scows -7-  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy E(|iil|rm(.'nl Moving^ Log Towing  L.  il'lGGS'  Pliorje 08S-9425   -U   TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'5 TRANSFER  I-jauKirhald Moving, Packing, Siarapo  Packing Malorlalf. 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Canl  IH1 lh|:*i space ;v/lll  rench' honrly  10,060 peoplol  Low cost )'* Mlrjhi power  ''V" ���;."  ���     ��� k.  ,, .............. ��� ...,.,,..., ^ ^ , ,       ,  "���^���v^^rr.-v_r/_-V^r-*--^A\r-v-^^^  A: A'-J   J-**' {' *J.-:������'** :'yAr--&&��ii&l2g^ --"       -' - ...'-''������     ���'������.������    .^ -    ���       ���-���             ��� ��5 rr ���*���-���' :��^  ia-*Tg>^9^-jf3si!_-s_y:^ ^  -p-��������������* i..^-��^.ri-.>.t.i  1-J        rf*  Wgdnesfoy, April 28, |971   ���  The Penfnsulg Times  Pt��gp A*8-  i  \-  n  i \J  /_  * "I  ���H.    J  \ J  "U^  V  11  r  1��  V  ��1  i I  I  I  li .  ,;l/,  i  t  el  I  J^L -.  Varied |ty|e��  Pender Secondary , > . ��� -s  lome -economics' students    ���  feature - Fashion Preview.  VTSJft  latest  fashions  -ind  iabucs weio    ing  class   wjio   modelled   fjr&hiqns   weie  �� -delightfully modelled at Pendei, JEJdi-     Deb Bathgate, Judy Tart, CaioJ Lee, Lisa  bow   *3econdary School  last  week when    Munro, M^iy  Came-on, Lynn  Rae,  Deh  | I'l    i,'j   'Home   pponopiics   students   invited   tlje    Clayton, Diana Delate and Maureen Call, ||   fVl    public to attend their Fashion Pi eview merpn  The whole school co-operated to make Students of the Home Economics class  lhe annual event a tiemendous success, ensuied that all quests enjoyed the le-  lnyitations had been neatly typed and fieshments and the occasion was a veiy  the gay httle apphqued iabnc IJowei gave . enpyable link between schoql and com-  an added touch ot welcome irruruty  Colorful   paper   tlowei   and  salal  ai-   rapgements decorated the carpeted lamp  which had been specially const, ucted loi  the occasion   The Ait class was lespcinsi  ble   foi   making   the   pottery   containers  '    which  held the deroiative floweis,,  Following lhe one hour fashion sluw,  parents and gttests thoroughly emoytd  light i efi e&hmentb seived by the Home  Economics Class under lhe supervision  of,' Mrs Bealnce Fair and Mis Clara '  Lee The gu Is had prepared an appetuing  variety of fancy sandwiches and the boys  had baked puff pastiy foi fresh cream  puffs  For Quick Results Use Times Adbriefs  Sechelt Legion IfoipH 44P  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 0 p.m.  JACKPOT $J��5   -  "    TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  ��� 1  11  A-  ��� -.* -  ��**���  v��A  i  _P  oi,  FASHIONS  The Fashion Show commenced at 1  pm and pi loi to that theie was a fluiry  of excitement in the girls changing loom  when models weie chosen and instructed  in how* to drsplay the fashions to ad  vantage /  Mis Albeitme Meyer Western Repie-  sentativp t&r jSimphcrty Patterns gave the  coryimentaiy and spoke of fashion trends  which "she behe\es aie stinjulated by'  changing times She related the mini  skirt to the technological eia which is  now moving towards tlie more, humanitarian outlook reflected in fashions which  feature ethnic dress. Flared pants appeared most popular in these patterns, worrt  ritMTWj^J^  OTSC i  Sechelf and District Retarded ChSldrepVs Association  >  ANNUAL $ENiRA!, MllflN��  TUESDAY, MAY 4th, 7s30 p.m.  Sunshine School, School  Rood, Gjbsqns  EVERYONE WELCOME ��� PLEASE COME  -_���  .     ,         .    .                                                                                  T ~'���\ --f--*                   ������;.. ' ��=u iiiusi pupuicjr 111  uiese  paiierns,  worn  tL.njoying being ,iT)pdels    at Pendei . sppl)ijsticated m ner    whife sipriple Jerspy ' \f\\fo interchangeable  9ppli- with midi-dresses or. tunics. Maxi-coats  Harbour's Fashion.Shovy, Lynn*Rae dress WQTO over pants a,nii^.tppfred' gties, easily detechable. JVlaiireen Ca- and hooded capes,  ponchos and  stoles  Jsvears full length dress with polyester    with porichp'also in Coitrtelle's T^eo- mferon, ready igy the sun in hipster were all featured together with brightly  georgette bodice, printed nylon skirt    spun Jersey. Ready for the' outdoors, pants, brief 'bodice1 with' midi length colored stockings  ��� and . rntfrcMng shoes  and hooded capeinCourte^!L^Q_^J-)4ana^&lan^ ~������� Wlth rmdi-dresses^ ���  ^m^mWA^W^^AM   very     dress and pants in Tricel double knit Garments vyere contributed by Simph  nr-<if  "��� "ijr   Ji""! mm'     "   fl "ly" ���������   ���~  i  '{  K t  /  /  -��v  J s  T  .1'  i '  \ _J  ���  \  ��� 00.'*.   00,    00.  fi ���' r  ".  I  I'  V  L*  c  'J  Mr  city Education Department and fabrics  ranged from simple cotton terry to" the"  latest   synthetic   fabrics.  Causing a great sensation were the  two brave male models, Neil .Seaholm  handsome in wide sleeved- .green Viyella  tunic and flared pants in printed visc-osa"  linen.. Alex MacKay looked very rieat'in  his navy vest and pant;"--of polyester-  Tramp'"Rib with bright  reckshirt.  Girls from the junioiij^a; senior sew-  cmm\m mmmnmi ammmm  The Canadian Radio Television Comrnission will hptd a Public Hearing in lhe  Bayshore Inn, Vancouver, B C, commencing on Tuesday. May 13, |971f at 9:30.a.rrr.,  lo consrder among othei matters, the following application"'  LICENCE RENEWAL Oh THE FOLLOWING CATV BROADCASTING.  UNDERTAKING LICENCE EXPIRING JULY 11, 19-71  Location  Sechelt. B.C. 7100761  Licensee  Northwest Communications Ltd.  Froni the date of this Notice, no new infG.r:rnatioii may be filed hyllie applicants  irding their applications. '     ��� '���   '  Fpr the prpper conduct of Ihe Hearing, it is inoperative-tha,t tile regiiirenienfs pf  the Board of Broadcast Governors' Procedure Regulations be "Strictly followed. Any  comment pr opposition in respect of the above nientionpd matter should be filed with  the Secretary, on op before May 6, 197.1, jn.twenty (20"^^ cppies.     ;.l^  ^ ,  .,  ���^^ieih#^l^^'ti7^W'fe^f*.^ft^  "Division, 171 Slater Street, Ottawa, Ontario.  Persons wishing to inspect briefs;submilled with respect to, the above matter, may  do so during regular office hdiirs al the offices of the Commission, JQQ Metcalfe Strept,  Otlawa, Ontario. ��  Further copies of Ihis Notice may be obtained by writing to the undersigned.  RTC-18-16-4-71.  '$  ���������*:-  t  i ��  *r$  I ���'���  'I  ,"���  hj%  :: q  ���i ������  r    i  'X.,'  r  1 .  Vi  Ai\r\.i  i i 'j . .__   j   '  I,-1  M  *��� * i  fv||   '���-  I   r  r  '*     ' /Wllt^ '. ��� h i  ! '; F��8h|or�� Fhir  JVIGRIEIABOUT...  ��� Hospital Society.meeting  t ���from page A-l  j     $15,000  for .1971   projects.  1( Auxiliaries have a total  active, mem  bership of 180 with ]23 associate members. Over 1,0Q'0 hours of "in hospital''  service was pri&yided apA members wor--  jced *,f'4.gp,ip:..ihp^ihPift:i-shpp--i.Qn top pf  tjiis cpuntiless hours .were-put in orga��iiz-  ing the rrran-y fund raising activities;       '���  Volunteer    Direcctor,'     Silvia     Jones,  thanked Ihe Volunteer Chairman, Volunteers,  Hpspila)  Administration .and,-staff  fof   Ibe/i"   cq-qperalion   during' the1  past  year. She  provided  a  ruimbei- of statistics ..outlining activities pf (be volunteers  which   included:   personal' sl)pf>per:s   and  flower cm-if ladies from lhe s|x ouxiliar-  , ,.      ies calling on patients Mondays, Wednes-  i\[ \    days arid Fridays, to u total of 437 hours  23 miiiulos, serving 074 .patients.  vVoli|n|oer liH-ji'dressiys'served 13 pul-  ipiiIs nnd sponl HI hol|i;s,. 3(Kmini|les op  this. dpiy. T|ie hospital showcu.se is. at-'  (ended fp' by' Mrs. Ermu' Lay cock nnd  knitting of baby Hrtiolus'is done by mix-"  ihary meniburs, Mn����zino, rat.-U.s are kept  -i) prdoj- by Mrs. Ada puwe upd baby  ���3|clures arc lirkon by Mrs. Irene Burl',  nick and Mrs. Jinan iSwan", Mrs, jrn'yo  Lewis is'volunteer ehuirmun of jhe Ph^fs-  iolherupy ,Depurli��cnl nf. which fl vohm-  luecs worked >|-1 hours cucli  moulh.  CommunlinR'on the PJiyHiniiiornpy do-  porlrnepl it) his repnri, ho��pita| Dxpansion  WWf IW-y l��WFl|W>W^*WIW**^i^W*T*  It)', . ^\ I.'*  Mild   (.���iii)Hii'ii(Mioii   comiiiiltcu   chuinpnl),  Kiirnlo   noolh,   suid   lliis   dupurtinoni   is  now rj-locnled in the biisonuinl upd pro-  'IpSlVlire's^'anij    Qfxmr6iZ\'n  tilnVc'TinTl'^pniits ' wi'lli    y,dl^/,��--*,';'- ''"'' "ridliloimj uciulpmont niid  :^^^'^j^^  1  Do!" Bntb{-nl,e models Mima' dress blouse with |)|ittoi) front slcirt, Carol    in mutil colored pant su[L and Mary   !!!!r. -? "���"   iM.'!)" l",fic''���U!'1, ������d pro  in forirol *w\ cotlon with lavonrtHi' hw w��iirs, mldi  linon tiieoveloss coal In toilorod style;' p-tnls livitirquolse.  ,)Mdy Tnit iii hwei)d-tr te-^t'wred nylph trimniQd In silver, Mpa-ww------cu-.   wmhb whu ui--i-h -!�����������_���;. ��� ^ <   ���%l\(  irmm*mm^fw-awnw*w**m     , t,,t  ,*'���'    'Ifl   J 0      ,*       �����  .    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And reoicnihftr, when you |>uy al homo, you li��l|"  build your own community, bi-|'nf-'araci ���'Iohj-, do nothing' lo hulp you  -yt\.)rlaHe&-qntl\ncft\-cqmm  wild wljon yuu need tcrvlco or odjij-.lmcnls*,  y   i  . , '    .. |V  ' ���' .i   ,  -    ���'"'  ��� ''"*  '     V   '   ��� -,'<��"''���������'' ���  imed  l\ .    I ���  Box 310, Socholt Phono 8Q5-9ii54  KuillU!I.Hi|��  ''/������'. /���"' ������'������       ' !>  <\  ����������������*     f   ���  ��� w* wi"i. it* -���*. *    *��� *      ���  *   " *  A   1* .   f /. 0  ^ , i        *     '  **.+ /I'rA-^ Ayr1 A*  *��* v��� _.    ^ ^ _.r,    i i^'^-rJ*JJ^Al��~^'*~"~JV!^^ -^-^'V^^^I^^tf^*^ IM.*..**  'n  5  Mlft&tvty  y^frXXvtfi  tpfpCt,  |-'��iiihiih uinnumiilt nn iiiiiiiiiiinmiimi niiinii|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili"iiinmiFiiniinminis  v.iiiii'ii'iiin'iimiii!!") h'.iiii.i i',��    it*i', *"  *s  r  H  -r  WWW I  *��� J*  < i  ".'ffl-  ��� ft    r?p "^  i'l1 i  j ill f i ri  As  new Genjeial Manager pf  the    Sunshine   Coast   Crecjjl  -M'wJ( \<!    Un,��n;Mr'PrirtWekDmes A,!   B  w    J    ' ni*!       Residents   of   the   Peninsula     i  i   ��H I ���  k<*^  t1 \m  V,  4t  \ ��,  <*���_�����-������ii���4Hm,  Come  in  today and gel  \j%^  Vl*3 '  ft?!"5; -sti  "J*��j, _ j.  i* * its a-"  E  Wharf Root), Sechelt  Phone 885-9551  rd  :*���  J  i  it*.  -  . i  �����'  ��� ��� '*.  ��� - - �� ��  ���<   I  FEATURING  Country & Western. My s/c  CHINESE SMORGASBORD  FIRST ?OF THE YEAR  SATURDAY 5  P.M. - 9P.M.  SUNDAY 4 P.M. -8 P.M.  May 1st and May 2nd  DANGE^ATU RDAYt-M AYH st-9-IM^H-A^  SECHELT  PHONE 885-2311  ~_;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuifiiiiiiii!ii|iiaiiiiiiii|iiiiiiiii|h7  |iuuwiuuuiiiiii-iiiif^  3 V  WITH THESE SPECIALS  /  j*****M***0*M*jrmM*m***m**M**M**M****t  SAFETY LIGHT'  Blinking AiDiC  ,m********0,***MmMm*m*li**0***m***m**0  CAMP AXES  Hardened Handle.  Bpst  \ dcql in ' ig.' ^P  ���- town ' Igjj  li  BOOMERANGS '&* <��Za\  1.95  We hove oil your Summer Sport nco^s. Tennis Rackets, Baseballs,  Gloves,  Badminton Sets; etc. .  COME SEE OUR COBRA BOATS ��� NOW ON DISPLAY  accessories  BSOp  |    Soche|t# B'cnncr Block  liiiiuiiMuiiiiiuiuuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiuiuuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  iHvwjn  Phono 885-9819  i  *,  WMnPsdoy^ April 28, 1971        The peninsula Time-1 IPqge fc7  S3".  [niininiiiimiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniiini^  i " , _ .   . ���   mm���r*r I _ J * ".____!  */  *~   '<     /.<       '  Mil on Ihis Sfqln-  |g$��  ��tpel   VVqsher.   Stajnless  %e|   gMarantPefl  for. q   |jfe-   |  time. Two ypfl-* quarqntee on    |  q|f pgrts gncj ipbour. Ten year |  5H��frqntep on the trqnsrr-js-' |  sion. peg. Price, f4)��  M  SANE  ppME' IN TODAY  AND SAVE  S   Sechelt  YOUR LIN(C HARDWARE STORE  ��r  LINK  QUALITY  885-2171    |  ECONQMY"  HARDWARE  ^iiMiiiiiiHiiii��iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiii��Hiiii|iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiH|iiiiiiiiHiii.:miiiiiiiH .  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  of1    ��  .-    ROSERTS CKEEC1 MALL  ���- ���      ���>"   ,*     *���' ���>        .������'������������ -v- ���  Orchids for lhe Ladies , .-. Refreshments . .'  Door Prizes. Children's -Wear Supplied by  ������.���.���.���Gqmpbel|'5--yqrietyv^:r----.----"������-.���-.":���  �������������i��*ti��l��tt*��it  TrstttT*  During the eight week Bazaar of Vabes promotion starting April 7th The Times will be giving away  , $200 in cash. Pwring tj^ijrst four weeks $10 will  be awarded. For the following three weeks $20 will  be given. And cjt fhe @f|c| of the eighth we^trsbme  lycky^pe^pn js gping to win, $100. All entries will  be Icept for trie duratign of the prorpoffon. Yoo hqve  chance to win each week plus the grand prjze of  $100, Enter as many times as you wish. Use fhe  .        I . * r  couppn or mail to The Peninsula Time��. pr you  co;n leave them wjth -any pqrficipqting m'erchqnt.  Each week there will be a draw and the lucky win*-  rjer's name wi|| be published1 in the following edition.  m  WATCH FOROUXJ \  "FIESTA IN THE SUN" \  ' CQMING IN MAY! \  t���������*��������������!t��ai����ai*f*tt����**��ai*t��tit��ttii��tii*iailiif��������������������*���������(������������������������it<������������������*������**  YOUM  iTIEiQI^IAINIS  DEALER  tiWmi VARIETY \M,  Trajl Bay Centre, Sechelt Phpne 885-2335  it i��  *, tw  t $m *  TL���r *�� fc������^rtt^_��*t    VfVW  ^��"41M-.��   ���-   *xi 0  ,'��� (  NAME  ADDRESS  W  8  Aftw  'WA '  WE HAVE  IT I ALL  S    Anti-fouling paints (red, blue, white) -^ Boat  |    Seats ��� Life Jackets ������ Boat B^urnbers ������  |   vLodders ~  Flares ���  Paddles ��� Steering  .. Wheels -��� and Many Mprip Marine  Accessories.  r>~yrr  \  PHONE  N^*���^^  N0WS im fflME ;FOi^ ^M6)LA$S-:- -  Got your hoofl rqo'ly for summo^{i-ri, ,Wp have c|o|h-v/oVSrj" roven  mot. Rosins, Acetone ahc| Plgmonls'/'AII lhe ilSms you'll,need for  a professional  fjhreglqss Jpb, ... ^  mm.  :Miiiiiiii|iii'iiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiii|iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiini^  ��5f''M ' . .  Co-^rlo, Street;,;,';    :;.      ���; |; f horiP 885r?626  ' '' ' ' ; t  ttiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiM  1  LAWN CHiAIRS  I      ���ulili 'i I1  CHAISE LOLPNGES  ,Sco Our Wide Soloc-  lion Of OnMoor Living Mciiis for Fun In  ^Tho Sun.  ��� >���" i  JMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMmilllimi^^^  GARDENING  ������-g-S5,4a,7itfc,srF7T,ar-r,asas-,gr  (Lirgg Assortment  of" ^^^^^^^r^^^^^f  Garden Tools, Hnmn and Sprinklers, etc, etc,  TWIN.CREEK S-SJMBER  ByiLDSi^G SUPPLY, if P.  I  Siindrlno Cooit'Mlghwoy, Gilnonj  Phone 886-2808  ^IM^II-|IMl-|!lll|IUiMhilM��iUMIIIMIUiHlllll(l^  X*  MBISf NiokA HAVBIES  will continue Demonstrations  ... '..,.'  .'.'.....Z. :..:,\1".'S,:'...-of���'        ���  ...^-'...,...:'.....'.,  STRfSTCH AND SIEW.  i '     ii �� i    i , "';  i  April 27, 28, 29 and 30  Bntvrcon 10:30 o.m, ond 3;00 p,m,  i\\'  um  Cowrie Street, 5mM* ''. Phono 885T9331  mi!!|IIHIIIII|ll|l|l||ll||||||||||HlMII/l|ll!llllllll|ll|l!IMIIII|-H����l|{l'/IIIIIJlJIII|IIII|||l(!l|!||!iy  ���'���'���, .���'���,''. ��"'������';.{���' ������'��� ��� '��� :  s  They're 1-orP iVftjjtfe for  Spring Pppnll9,  BASEPLL SHOK  ���y-r-'-r+Ay. :- ���.  frith clcotd,., >rltho'^ f-lootis  ,*. , Ill-boots... lowMoti..,  with ftrlp���� , . ��� without stripes  . . ,,fpr llic Ijll'lo Lcqgucr ond  tho Senior too. Come in today,  and get boc^V In tho running.  ^MMMMMXAJM\mm WHEIOOU START AT  UNCLE MICK'S SHOE STOKES  Trail Bay .Contra, Secjipft  |    805-9830  :   Ccytflo Street, Sechelt  ,        085-9519  i -  5'  ^lllll|IIIIIIIIIIIinnUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|IIUHIIIMII|llll!lllll|l|ll!IIMIUIMI!l|ll|ri!l!l!llH!ni!fl!tllll||!^^  -  *AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMA<*>  AAA>AAA/A*AAA��* * * ���* ���* ** * f  * I* fi 0* *1* /�� f* f* J0* <B ** -^ t*L,m> #*<*����*^*��**4***��1�� _��frin jl|/*ifc_tr*iir��'J^*-i. 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If  f.  |iiiitiinnuuiiiiiiHiHuiiiiiiiiii^  CQJflEJI.NI) MRT   '  NOTpD DIVER ANP! UNpl&tyATER PHqTQORAPHER  "1  &'_  rtv:  Z  . 1,,  i *  5,s  *���-,  \r  t  'I  V  ���\.     ,"  ,' v  t'i  li ��� *  Al  3  <*  "'���*  V!l -  i  ���i.  t*i  l  i  >b  n  j1 i��  �����'i'  ���nV"*  . * IS      .*,'/ -* "i'jT     ,��s.'   <]I<"f     ' I!     "> �����  ilflf    j*   ' ' -      .  . \tl rl  ���_���'  'J*  '.V  I  'I  AT THE SECHELT ROD & GUN CLUB HALL  -   ftrljfayi- April 30th at 8 pm;j~ , ..  .'"'���.--'      ��� ���     -      V  ENJOY MOVIES, FILMS AND DISPLAYS OF THE WONDERS FOUND,  UNDER THE SEA, , ;  ,  '    , .....'���      ��� ��� ��� .    . . . -       .���-'..,-.        j  .;. Sponsored'by Sunshine Coast Powor Squadron  Everyone Welcome - Silver Collection !   ���   ;  fd��iiuii��iniiuiMiiiiiinmtiiiiiiiiiuiiuH��iiiiiiiiiiiiin��iiniiiiii��iHiiHiii��iHii��iiuiiiiii��i��iiiiiiiiiiniiniiiuiii.  f*��s'..  M1T*V^W!W*WMV^��|lvyVMV��<y��f��i��w  --��-J.[..l��~ 7_t. ���,. .-������i-v.Jl��.i. "-^^r  t.   ,. ���B--Ji_. " .     '������J.-r'"..1'i->.��.1.. ���...-.-(. ii,.. LIWWW-...J.M '- y..rv-**t*0-0-l >������ ������':������ i -��� ���< _.'-���>., J li^ __*�����_*-j_. >�����T*"��-"'-V'.      ���    *Vl   ��J       i^����*l  Pender Hi-lites  Pender Harbour  ���\-  --by Cindy Harris and Darnell Gerick  from 7;30 to 11 p.m. So bring j/our friends  and enjoy an evening of fun arid games,  There will also be" a rummage sale at  the Carnival Donations can be made to  the following people: v  Halfmoon Bay, Mrs, Murphy, 885-9487.  Egmont, Mrs. Bathgate, 883-2222. 'Pender  Xtim   Munro,   Maureen   Cameron, J)iai>ev��� Harbour, Mrs. Dubois, 838*2.417.     ��  p;eiane, Mary Cameron, Lynn Bae, Peb T,]e proceeds of the Carnival will go  Bathgate,   Debbie   Clayton,    Carol   Lee,    tf) the Students> Council. Proceeds of the  I*eU Seaholm -and Alex MacKie. -rummage sale win go to the girls visit-  ���    This* show was sponsored by Grades    "ng the UK this summer,  8 and 10 sewing classes, The gym wa*s    __���__._���.,._,._������  decorated witli/piretty paper flowers made -���-- CONGRATULATIONS   ^ -  by Grade 8 and JO girls. The wall^way To Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bennett (nee  -and^eeorationrvwmie^e^ip4>y^he^mde    April Wnllcpr)  who wprp mRrried  ApiaJ.  rhmio^rn  ," On Wednesday, April 21, Mrs. A, Me-  y^rg ot SinlpUeity; Patterns trough a  ���nurnbe--, pf fashions to our school to be  pttjdelled. by the students, jPashiohs ran7  ged, from -beach wear to evening or party  dresses, .The  models  were:  Judy-  Tait,  Development ,at Pender Hafbouc* is  opening up spectacular views of the  lovely harbour with its many scenic  waterways, This skyline development  overlooks Madeira Park, France*-!  Peninsula, Irvine's landing and  Garden Bay where subdivision development has reached a peak, Com*- ^ Reserve..  Special celebration  honors Ganoe project  MAY Day W,iU see the first public show-,  Ing of the carved canoes Miss SecheJ.t  and Saint Michael on the Sechell Indum-  bined with the ever increasing influx  of summer visitors arriving by boat  and camper, Pender can expect a  very busy summer.  ,   ,   ,   .i    .       _������..���    - in^   -.,, .  h_-i    ������      ���,;������>��� ��� ��� J.n��. i- -.'-    "    i-1   '���  ...������.'i.-'"  ���-'J .'���     i- ���1.0  Kennel Club searches  for 100 year old dog  ow  in hi  *******f****i**1**i***vw.*n*^^  FUNG '7%  0*i>0iL*****��*LM*nrL*T**Lr*i**n**Lr*rL0*rm**rH***<���n  8 and" 9 remedial class. Cleanup was by  gradellV  Refreshments were served, complin  ments of grade 9 girls, boys' cooking  "ciass"''^^^^^  ''" ."'""   The silver iiiollection, amounting to  $40, was given to the IJK gWs,  Congratulations to Mrs, Fair, Mrs. Lee  and everyone concerned, .  &APMJNTON ���    ; ^ .       ��� '   &  .Badminton playoffs li*��ve'been goirfj  pii this week, winners will bg^ablislVe "i  ih next week's. column. -  CARNIVAL  "' PHSS" Students Council are having a    lake in t  Carnival in the^*school gym_ on May  1,    England,  f0mf00m  UT  I0OT MORTGAGES  OUR SPECIALTY  Ists, 2nds, & 3rds  17. Both are former students of PHSS, in  1871   there must  have been  pure-  bred dogs in the aiea. The North Shore  AUCTION , Kennel Club is searching for information  In addition to the rummage sale, the abotit these animals of one hundred years  fallowing .items have^ been "donated for. ag0, THey intend to honor 'the breeds llTM  auction to support lhe Junior Giris trip; firs't appeared in the newly formed Prov-  Hornet 11 Power Saw.by Madeira Mar-���:��� jqce of British Columbia in their"12th An-  ina; Cloclc ^mTBaromeler twin set, An- mial All Breed Shows Jtyie ft th a'nd lith,   *~"   "        ���      ��� ���        - ]9^j ��� ,  T]ie.sh.QW'Lwiii be .held in Yanssiiyer.,.  at   line  Thuhdejbird   Convention   Centre  University  of  British  Columbia.  Last year over 1}? different breeds were .  represented  with a total of  1343 entries  for the two day show. These dogs came  from- ail   over   the   Province   of   British  Columbia, from  almcrst  every  city, and,,  town  plus a heavy representation  from '  As Kennel Cluh fecords for, the years  around, 1871 aro .very hard to\ find  the.  North  Shore  Kennel Club, is  appealing'  to.the public" for. assistance in their search  for the hundred year old dog,  Anyone  with    information    about  a  specific  breed  v/itliio    their  family    or  brought in B.C. in those curly' ygaiy,.wov'id  ���Jfe doing a service to the  Clirfi-i'lf"! they  Chief Henry Paull states that a special  celebration will give recognition to the  honorary members of the ��� Canoe Club  who helped make the project possible.  May Day this year falls on Monday,  May 24th.  Those to be honored and receive com-  rHernorative gifts are: Don Percy of Percy  Logging; Johnnie Paul, Sechelt; Tom  Iteynplds, Sechelt; Ron Bracken, Sechelt;  PaiilStrbsheih, Wilson^Cieekr Kenny  Nelson, Sechelt; Frank Calder, Nass  it iverr vTC"^Wa"iteTS,^T-ieciTeitT~~l_Teo"rmnTP ~  son/ Sechelt  and  Al  Campbell,  Sechelt.  onymous; fraTltea ' rSujichwork picture by  M. Bilcik; crochetedT tablecloth by M.  Hateryyi'flaypen-by'B: HTggtns "mid' from  E, Warhock, ceramic figerines. *  First settlers in the Windermere area  arrived in the ealy li)80's after the Wild  Horse Gold Rush. It was'named after a.  lake in the Lake district in Cumberland,  Phoenix, located 4,500 feet above sea  level, was born in 1B01 and had a magis--  trate, W. R: Williams who was 8' 10" tall.  The community corned it had the highest judge in lhe highest court in Canada.  Sponsored hy;  THE TOGC5ERY  SHOPPE���Sechelt^  UNCLE' MTCK'S ��� Sechelt  MORGAN'S MEN'S WEAR ��� Sechelt  CAMPBELL'S VARIETY��� Sechelt  ��  v  -f  BI.  A  H  h  I'  J!  Roberts Creek Hall  APRIL 29 -���'8"p.Hi,  Adults $2^0  Students $1.25  Limited Tickets at the Door  DOOR  PRIZES -  REFRESHMENTS  ��  p-*1  t��  ir  (���r-  PHONE COLLECT  879-4166 or 879-6701  335 E. Broadway  VANCOUVER  MRJRODDA  ��� Mr, Advertiser*'  These advertisin-g  spaces ore real  bargains for you.  Sold_on_contrqct  onlyv For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phone  885 9654, ask for  special ad  rates.  would send such information lo Mrs. Lee  Walls, Secretary of North Shore Kennel  Clnli, 10-10 Mulhor-j Ave,,, West Vancouver,  For lliosu wishing to enter their pure-  ,.4>red,' registered dogs in the Shows entry  forms are now, ayuiluble from the above  address and should bo sent in prjor to  May 201 h, 11)71,    ,  I  Wo are phased to annoonco that Mnt. St. Joan is Simpsons*  *'Soars' agont in Socholt, Now you can pfpco your Simpsons-  Sears catalogue orders in porson or hy telephone at . . .  \\  *.��,*.rr'|,l)''.J**.vwi^��t.tl!w<*.i.!  I  l\j  ���i,'"a  on Cowrie Sfreef  PHOSSSE 885-9821  /( you haven't yof dlscovorod tho easo qncl convpn/onco of     '  shopping the S/mpsons-Soars catalogue way wo invito youi  J,   faMtitowlnbwjngoMY.end pkk wp.a copy of Qut/aiosicaf--      ���   r  alogua. You'll Und many things you nood and want, and al  ' , ���  ���        ���   , -     ������������������!        i        ,     . ��� ��� ^      . . ������ ��� ,,'"'''"     '  ^ hig savings! ,  e shall look forward tp seeing yon soonf  6ommemoratiye ,  stamps for  Papineau and  Hearne  OTTAWA: Two ffcenis commemorative stamps, honoilr--  |ng. ppj'ipal, reformer Loiija  Joseph Papineau and explorer Sanuierl Heanui, ' will ho  issued May 1.  T|io .'first. ..lamp,   murklng-  llio' 100th anniversary of Pap-  inoau's death,   bus   a   vertical  format, and  measures  'i'l  min ���  by -III. uiiiii. ft is being printed  by three  colour gravirio' and   '  one  colour  steel,  The  second  stamp   murks   llic   2001 h   anniversary of- U'oarne's e^pocli-  tion 16 iho Coppermine River,  It measures .40 mm by 'M nun  in a. horizontal format and is  being'- printed   by   two  colour  .gruviii'i*  and   nno ��� color  sieol  li-onis Josepli I'upineau was  a  momlier nfjhe  legislative ,  Assembly   of   Lower'   Ganudu  from Mioii io IIIH7 nnd served  us Speaker'from WJIfi. An ardent   mul   eloquent   reformer,  lie cu|T)i�� to lie I'ftgurd'id an the  lender   nnd   chid   spoknsijunii  for llic |iY<iik'|- ('aiindliiji 1'nl-  rlulo I'ni'ty., I'lipiuciui wns rlc-'  dicirlod   lo nihiilviiiH   llm  |>rn-  b|einn-    of     Kruncli     CiuiihIii  tlirougli constIInlional  reform  end,   in   this, rci'iiid,   he. 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K -t-&::-J   Thank-offering luncheon at
L\ f.\;';vi   Christian 'l^'ducation "Centre
MANY beautiful l»vge _md colorful bou- Cunuda   70-71, Jiev.   Macpherson   stated-
queU of &prlnu ^lossoms ""domed the that when a central commit!mant' p, marie
Chiibftan "fiducalion Oon|rc "it  t|ic  Gib-" to Jesus Christ this motivates t)ie work
sons   United   Cimteh   when   \hc   annul"! apd lunclion   He spoke oi Gospel work
Ihdnk-olieimg luncheon was-held op Ap- .updei Iho huj-dings of proclamation, dev-
ul 22        '  • , A  0 ' clppment und education -        ^
Dainty blooms ip small vases enhanced i"he world is becoming a global vil-
iho cliaimmgly qppmnled tables. Attrac- (^,ge   with   world   wide   communication
tive bouvenu plaqc cards were m floial media bringing -"bigruficanl events to our
motif.        . '   J attenlKfir- with yich immediacy as they
The Gower Prjinf Unit of the UCW^ad trahs^l-e.    While    attending    a    Upiied
been responsible for the much admh'ed. Church ®eheral TTouncil in Niagara F|il$
tastefully arranged dpqqrations. in Janqary, Rev.. Macpherspn riotpd tliEit
A varied and generous array of deil- tliere could be a change in the manner ■
h   icious food was as wsua.1 a tribute to 4he of presenting the Gospel message m, these-'
1   culinary ability of the ladies. 0race was Aw$-       - V     ■   '
said by lley. Jim VVi!li*i|nsonV      -x '      While in India, Kev. Macpherson had
President of the yCW, Mrs. Va^oyes, e,^oyed working with jn^ive (iolleagpes;   ''
welcomed lhe nnmevo.ns guests who rep- q„ the subject of proclamation, hp. told
resented many different.cbwrclips..frfinv how'he' and-a-young man named, B&p
Port IVfeUpn to Pender Harbour. iiad co-operated to give Bible correspbp-
IVIrs. Marie-Swallow led the devotions, dence poursesr ip English and Hindi  They „
•H\,ortiwino   lh»   Pinnppr Tlavs  prIp-    fpniinn    Snormnred    hv  lhe  Gibsons1   Til<--Glee Q]l^ under -he veiy a^le ^n" also used every opportunity tp'pass'opt,
rclVeitJBiOg ine  Pioneer myh ceie     i^nupn,  ftppnspieq    py i|ie Uipspiis    ecl on Qf MrSi Ev Vernon gave most ex- litcature atid hold Bible study groups.-
^fttlfln   at   G l'bso n S   Bl§ptTtary     Rural Oen eilWtal Gommittee wHh PQ,;, ceUent Viinbhlia.. of severaf lovely num- S ypunfpeopl"   mostly in the &■
(Sohi)o|.Irom'2*9 P-m..oo Friday and    pperftUpn-frpm mpscho^ age'grppp resppncled.    '    -. "'"""..
Clii'ii.tjap wprk shai|W ppj^ribute tq the"
I'ottermpnt pf society. A
Another ypMpg m^n .nume', 'Bop.hcj-,'
Wf4S, etiuca,ted at Missipn Scl'pols. The ip---
ptiqt of lus. Christian inf-lnepcc in idpas
-and altitudes, is pa'd lo asspss, Iheru-is ,
a."i ipdii-cct drive whjcli,' seeks imRVQve-
tpeiit ip legal and' administrative 'matters.
-Rev. Alacpherson rjjnd l\is yf\ta ivil] be
rcmrpipg tp India soon r< Following th"p
ttddrpss Mere was apjintovesting" question
period dealing >vitli such diverse subjects
as' Camilla's sari and cip'rent events in
Pakistan. . _.
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The ralfish gets i|s na.pie from the
long rodent-like tail.
TWILIGHT mm
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long Mb from Hell'
Pioneer Display
flOin 1-4 p.m. qn Saturday, this dlS-     be lot§ o| a'et|V«ty.W«th.4»splfty|, 4es    hymns,            _...-                        - In   10({5   in   Central   India   the   rains
■play, in- the window pf Todds Dry-    monstrations, salei>f liaHmg and pern    ;  The offering is to be used for mis- f .£J-md d,!,,,^ was" a fieat problem
goods is "attracting considerable aV    tepnial souvenirs and refreshments,    sions .ind services.                        . . An Economic tleveiopment Society with
^M^„„j„i A    "  ,                                                                                                           A   workshop-"irr Vancouver   was   an- we]i, d;.,i^    ^acWneS he,iped the situa.
Centennial event* , .                                                  ,                                       nounced to deal w. i "Awareness  Needs u      work|ng in association with the gov-
Changes   and   Challenges".   Local   ladies .^rnm6ni, -^fs was a tremendous witness,
lAnAAl*     i Btf^fl-aifCS        e^norlll l_Gb.ni                    J-ope to attend. , the fact that someone from Canada carpd
0%%Ji.lSSX0>l     0%0f\Ay&        ©V*I.«?M- !**>*M«                     GU13ST SPEJAJXER and was concerned enough to help. Thp&
:—-'ii                            «•           ."«     I**.**     _,       '   mfis-    •           <i                Special"guest speaker for the afternoon an opening was made so Ihfi|'the Gospel.
CllK&Aine     A-rVPil       %fl\     l-O.   "Wlfl^f      I              was  ^ev-  Wwy  Macpherspn  ,with   him "'ffieasffge cqpld be presented.
\^M.^a\J&&S3l    irS.feJA.&Ji.     \J>%#     %.\J>     _U.«,_iVi.2f      *             was  \^s  beautiful   wife  Camilla  on   her On the subject of education, the spea-
first visit to Capad'a from her native In- ker told pf Tprn front Kerola' area in thp
/auu^u ram.ry ncnooms ioBe..n«r- wur.     a   Mtriieiit   _u   v«¥   « m     «.  -v«.*B«..._,f     dia    The   Macpnei.sons   celebrated   their    south where 30.5 per- cent of the popula-
a  display   of children's  projects  pro-    .Committee hopes  to be  able to piesent    fh.st   wedding  annjversary"on. Saturday,    lion  i« Christian-as compared  tp 2  per
pise, tq ipiike Pioneer Dciys at Gibsons    medallions  for  displays. . Harry   Macpherson   who   hails   from    cent over all the rest of India. There has
For  lading   pleasure  ,  . , a  gjfr from
Helen's    Fashion    Shoppo,    Wo    Hqvo
Many l-ovcly Drcssds, Blouses,' Panf Soits,
Lingerie ro choose from.
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FOR
MOTHER'S PAY.   •
VAkVED family heinlooms together with a^ delight   to( vie\y   and   the   Centennial
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mise   iq  rnart-i   r-iorieer-   yji\ya   ai-  uiMtion» iMt.14au.u1ii.   iui   ui*iuaya.                 .                         Harry    Macnl
lgiementary  School  both interesting and Everyone is invited to. visit tlie evept'    Winnipeg was ordained in ..1Q6J- in. lOfiS   :bbef'a ...ChrigUan.^ witpessin vKerpla, for V
entei-laiiuiig  for everyone,,-- ;;v which  will be held  in  the schoolgym-    ]m felt cajle'd of God to-go At India where    2000  years" Coins had Jho.tm  frn'md  i-hnfe  ^
Sponsored by the Gibsons fiiiralCen-    liaauim^-.--—^-—-^— ~ he remained uptiil  1070. On fur-lough to    from   Palestine   and   the   Persian t3ulf,
"teuiiial Committee, with co-operation- from .    , -„ —_. .   .._____. ____ __ _ ._
many residents and . pioneer families;
Pioneer ;Pays runs from -2-0 p.m. on Friday, April pQ and from 1-4 p.111. on "Saturday, May 1.
Displays   will, Tncinde   a   very   iiiler-
estipg one hy  B.C. Telephone Company; ,„_,.,     „             n«-               r_- • 1  a     ,
the -We   Department- will   exhibit   old HKV.    Denrps   Mprgan   officiated   ut. -» .
ti.pe fire fighting equipment, valued an- "'ff'?" o»»n8l.enmff on Spnday, April
liqnes such as a 350 year old cylinder re- * ■> at 4 o'pjoplc in {31. Bartholomew's An,
pok player;   1«40 steam  enginei  record-    8,,can Ch^' t?,bso,ls'  l
ipgj rjippara.tilii desigried before^BdisT)Tr^ft^~^^We1^
Multiple christening
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drerls. . Lynn, ■ wliprse   Godparients   are   Jut-pita-;
■  Everyone   will   be   wearing^ojd-time Chamberlin *md Alex pkytlp; Cjpdy Bjer-I
dress and many ladies have: vplpnleered nice. wbqse godparents aje Bjll and Sh*}r-
lo   d.emonslrate   liiindtnafU.   which   will °n Ellis Pf Secheltj Lnn Dwrnie, whose
prpvide jm,l lhe right --imospl-ero ps wcjl Gqdparents aro 1,-pda Gocsop, Bill ¥>'-
MB Jusinp inbtrpctioual. {    ,2        ' Dcl'«1J_l»..?ay 9T»4. ^yn«lp,'f.on «*ckman.
' '^/Ht^i-hnK-'iUs wi|i ho •Jv-iiiiiWe jujd •¥.#> «ni> pf'Pfri <*n3 Md a. j$: Qtytt}-
"'poptpppl^l Souypn'irs v-dlj ho pp sijlc jp- lipflfp of Gihspps wtis cjp-l_?loii0(l Frank-
Pluqi^g' IJio hpaptifpj cprrjpiip-vyiire rnqdje -lyn Kpljnptlt, |us Godparonls nro Marvin
pi M|-h. Itosc Hauka'i. <.-erpmic sludio in and D(unpc $ky«(.c."
Gibboni... Ml profits go to tl|e Centennial Chrisleped    pieyop—1^Pni|("l|i    Uoyd
l-l-oje^l. wlijch is devolppmept of the t,cen- Bky|lQ   |luJ  so„   „f   Mr.   anr\  jy[,v.Kun
11: wiiteriTPiit purJwIe ill, G„qwur Poinl. Sky(c  (),   Soamus. lJoipt   hat.   Doug  apd
fepopinl attraction will bo lhe decori|- U()„„a  pjnjmpiu,  of  Vancouver lor his
t|ve doJ],J)eing..madc4iy Mr*. Jpype Hip- Godmu'enls                   , "*#-*'■ '
"~ri5rVh,iP)»..w)ll he raffled. '     ~  ,....^.Z Z^A"~*   ■'
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SECHELT RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION
Tuesday, May 4fh,,JW1 at 7:30 p.m.
St. HllcJii's Chin cli Hall, Sechelt
All toxpayi-rB oro uraPOfly (rflqMPsrpd fq attoml
MMS.,lris Smith of aihsops lost lliu diV
mnnd ■ from her woii-'aymnu jIoil
nli(|ii|;d ii' Spcli'oll, Mri|(i'r'~Ti,iruHpnrt Ihih
hutwepn' |ic|'o and Vancouver. That's l|ial.
hIjo |hr)ii[_,||t.,(3ho rppnrtpd ||),P lf)il.s to fjivi'r
driver Kpp dliirkBpp iif Vnn'WHvei', ppl,
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TiiKu'llpir wit|l Ml'H, Hipljll, Tlm News
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tho leaillnu coniprti|l«Q 111 tlio iiroviiico iifiil
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^*»_>_r>A^-»._-r»_«ifc^* «(»Jvii--.<-i<iM>«i_i.rf.-fcA^.-*<*/-i^»''A*'*i« The VtimmujjtfMm  l may *)e wens, but I shall not be ,w wrong as to fail tp sny-wbnrJ believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  9 - _>     ��� v * *  .   -      - '      ppwi^ ci. Wpnm.RH. JWffpr -    ��TflE P^OQltESaiVE, merchants In.TIU*'  Times-' shopping area bring yoir RP-'  Other* of feeir- P^flpv*- ol'- Valuea",., spp-  ejal offering!. In lei you know Ihtit lu_me-  4lp\vn],-al'(ippi-*g  can  be  profll'-hle  (md  LAST  week's  Times  carried  fl   Irani    health inspector for thp men. As we ye-  page story headed, in port, ^re    ported   lust  weak,  our ejected ^repre  buck" passing looms" ��eeowl line of the    sen.ntlves. in  Victoria  are  polling  an  other one on us. In effect they no\v,say  "certainly yon'con have a health inspector, but, you pay for it as a function  of the Regional District."   /-sk  This might, \o some .e/terit, sound  fair, but what must be realized is the  fact that we already pay provincial taxes  to help pay for ftTfcse'fundamental serv-  akes little imagination, to appreciate just    ices. Should the  public He huinutntiy * gethei, |n fear of. the*��snleai--' while others  ,Vhat that will cost  the  already over-    S��]|IM��5 ,to Increase the tentacle;, ol the    firjht .their battle in the Cald War of si��h-  Regionld Board empiie by-voting in lhe " ���  headlines was mixed up from another  stony elsewhere in the paper but is of  little ^consequence. What does count is  the content of the .'story which is that  unless the public   wakes   up,   another  function could very .well be taken on  by the Sunshine Coast Regional Board.  That of "Union Board of Health". It'  t  wh  burdened taxpayers:  Quite -clearly, the Regional Districts  were formed with the prime object of  providing areas such as the Sunshine  Coast with badly needed services but  paid for from local taxation, not. Iron-  general provincial revenue, We soiight  garbaBei_.ck-up~so--\ve--get- it���und pay  for it. We had areas requiring water so  we get that also at fantastic cost to local  residents. The same applied to such  ��� things asrstreet lighting but at considerably lower cost. Planning was considered necessary and that too was passed  onto the, backs of local residents despite  the fact a large planning department  exists in Victoria. We all know what  that is costing us?      "-"*���*    "  Recreation is another function on  the books but it will be up to the taxpayers tp. decided by Vote in due course.  For soine years councils, Regional  Board ond Health Unit, have periodically sought re-establishment of a full time  betters (a ihe etlttw must be nimied by tfw writer, {ilthmtg}. (t,pep-ppit}e tppy.be md far publication.  Infiltration "'     "        '    ' lllw- ' vrndoratar-d, myste--ioosiK di-iap-.  * ��� AemA tiv      ��'    " ' peaved.. Pegasus Was* the winning team  Jjdbfi-tTThe limes, ������     ; grid,second award was- for the'most valu-  ^fe-fSir: Anyone who' looks for communists j,biBp lt,yBVi aH() a peg-,Rwa n-Ryer. Third  under the bed has Jo be-a JttUI Most pVjze went to Seattle'for the Mo-ft Sports-      .     .      people pro kept  busy <e.nmigh spotting ,iwiike"ciub. Therefore, on)j' one trophy .-wuplt more convenient.  them on-our ypiverpity oamp��se-3,-rt gov- ' Went away? - 'fhe  business    advert is  m-nvnon.     departmenls,    Hi-jh . Schools, j  feej '��� tvopj,y  }U.e  this  is,  u,  be    ��������"���    -  -��- ���  School Hoards and P/T.A., civil rights honored. Further, there are"stil) six of the  groups -and "liberation" fronts���pot to o^g-j^ Pegwu.* team here- j_n__Seehelt.  mention those roaserading as "liberals",       < clarence Joe bad nothing Ho do with  the team and had no business donating  the  trophy   to  anyone  else.   Why  does  be not carve a totem pole himself to  donate? '    '  CHRIS JULIAN  ���'progressives" or "peace- promoters,  Between keeping an eye on tbe con*.-  munist -'press, "friendship", "reconoilia--  lion'' and "co-existence" groups, not to,  mention draft dodgers and deserter com-1  mittees, there's hardly" time to look under  the bed, -  ,    If we did; we'd probably find a gutless and apathetic, majority huddled  to-  funct'ion of public health, then we are  simply agreeing to a devious method ol  extracting double taxation. Certainly  the Government is not likely to say "well  you are now paying for services previously provided by. Victoria so we will  -noWJ-eduee-general-tax-iiion".   ��� ���  Mr, Bennett is a smart balancer of  the books and an expert in the art of  "passing the buck'". In this regard, we  must be fair to the Regional Board for  they have, quite rightly, been pressing  for -a health inspector and suddenly are  to he informed "if you need an inspect  tor go ahead and accept Board of Health  as a" function".  , The answer ultimately will rest wilh ,  the public but first move will be. up to-  the board audishould il prove" prepared  to go along/with this crafty little amendment toxihe Health Act, then it will  rest with* the electorate; to both throw.-out  th^fiinction and vote wisely next election,  <ID<J^  IF, ALL is-fair- in love ���'and*,-war then -does it end? After  all," what  is more  =-uiigly^^gry3fei*-ig==^^ in the  wrong hands? or a gun, sporting goods  such.as baseball equipment, skis etc. Or  what about non-alcoholic beverages  which are bad for those with ulcers?  _,.;._ Should advertising be banned, on all  these things, people would still drive  cars, others would buy guns, "skis and  baseball, bats and accidents .would continue, The same applies to tobacco and  ideehelv���^������~"���"~"*      :  version, infiltration "and betrayal.  .      PATRICIA YOUNq  Thanks  Editor, The Times?- '. -  _ Sir: On behalf of the Kinsmen of  Gibsons. I would like to thank you for  -publishing- eurrecent Blood-Dqnor Clinio-  and helping make H a sqeceb's. I woidd  a-lso like to thank the 83 people"\vbo made  the precioi'ts contribution of life savin'*  blood.  (Rev..)�� DENNIS MORGAN  ..."..������  Ghairman  Osteopathic Physicittns  Editor, Th Times  ^Sir: As a subscriber to y,our gi'eatly  VWIcled newspaper I would appreciate U  very mjuclii ��� indeed if you can see your  W'ay to publishing a "few remarks relative to the way I feel the ahove noted  practitioners are discriminated against .by  the present/Tiding of the Provincial Government and the B.C. Med.cal->Associa-  tion.  At  the present "time  a  subscriber to  , the B,C. Medical Plan  can  only  receive  osteopathic   treatment   to   the   extent  of  $25. pei-annirmas theosteopath is treat?  ed as a paraTmedical man. This of cQurge  Poet's corner  ���Ypur contributions are invited  "The Sheila Mac"  by Ed Mclfatfy  The  humpbacks   are  humping   and-  the biuebael's are leaping.  But a,dote witb the cannery is all ihat  we're  keeping.       _      The sun "has gone befiind the clouds,  the wind- aint just; a funning, '  The .gear is in the bucket and the "Sheila.  IVlaV' is  runningf  T)ie bold is full pf'ice and the ice is full  ���of'fish! .'���'.'  ���;"���'.���  A fair ivind-and a running tide is all  that we can wish,  We're safe across' Nahwitty Bar,  Port  Hardy we're . a-cpining,  Move -over.- aU you channel hogs���  /    the "Sheila Mac" is running.  The fishing has been, wonderful, but  the  catching, not  so hot,  . The ;poat and crew a��d weather have  all, gone to ppt,  There's nothing left aboard  that works,  the radio is humming,  Stand clear all you sport craft, the "Sheila-  Mac" is running. -  'i  The enghje has an awful knock,  '-i -Les^fias  gnl -the-gout,   ising in this  BA8AAR .of VALUES appreciate your  pupport. They offer you quality merchandise, wjth the assurance that they,  areiwilling to stand behind thelr'sales Vu'  make' sure you ave satisfied, Your local  businessmen aie ypur__ffiends a^d they  are part of our-'community', assisting  with community progress and sbavips  lhe tax-load of otjr community, as Well  as providing many jobs for ytup* neighbors.      r.  You can shop at borne vvith confidence  ...be loyal ta'-/oiii- own conimurutyrThB  BAJ5AAR of VALUES points the way,  Watclv, for il eyery week in The' TJimes.  lVIaka your life easier by supporting  local services, They are helping you to  build a better community!1  Open House balled  outstanding success  OPEN Hcjuse-held recently at tbe JaoU  , and JiU Nursery School, Gibsons, was  a tremendous success. All tba' Pblldven  who attended seemed to enjoy tbem-  \selves." The last day of Open House saw  all the children go borne with basl.els  (Which they had mai\e thomselv-etO filled  With Easter Tilg-js found during the Easter  Egg Ilimt. The Sphool extends a big  'Thank-you" to everybody who attended  and als-o to those who worked anil plan-'"  nod ior i|. .   '   j.  It is now tjiue to rpgistpr ,1' to-1-year  old children lur classes in September. If  enough - children register, to make \\  . feasible, H may be possible to split the  week with the younger ones^ attending  for two days a week and the older on^s  attending for three days, a week. Fees  would he- charged accordingly. This system is good lor the young children but  requites sufficient enrolment in eaoh age  group. ��� '"**  Anyone interested Ms welcome .to attend lire next meeting to be held Wednesday May 51 h at 8 p.m. in the Health  Unit basement at Gibsons.  mt-iay--"^  VILLAGE CAFE, SECHELT .  If ifS JWltv-i MAY 9th ,^-fji.m. -f  lyiaYowrwfuiQME        ^  ���  Proceeds To Lpcal Lions Club Activities  TjcketsMQy (3e Purchased From Any' Lions Clrlfci' Member  w ' ...  Use 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell Kent, Buy^Swapretc.  r  a,nd .we would 'suggest Premier Bennett  has yet to learn the lesson. Should lus  ill-conceived legislation banning liquor  and cigarette advertising go into, force  then iLcpiild very well p/pve,the "Swan"  song of the! Social Credit party in British  .  . Columbia,  Naturally   the  minions  in  his  own  party would go along with Trim because,  ^ '*a.S^.jy|^i]&-^  ���'- iter? wfiatWould' have been ^nifiean^  to hini was the fact t}*��Hnajority pf op^7  position members also wept along with  him on the path of flagrant dictator^  ship.  Newspapers, -on the whole, have  Tailed to take a strong stand on this issue probably because their, financial jipr  tvolvement v/ouId liaye tljfe affect of mafc^  ing. protests sound like "sour grapes",  However, the consequences of such  legislative folly will have greater reper?  cussjons than loss of a few advertising  dollars although il is bound to affect  some segments of the- media' more than  others,  Perhaps the main issi|e at stake is  that of late  interference with  right of  "expression and the fact that freedom of  Ihe press is now threatened more than  ,      ever before In B.C.' " '"  Jusl a few examples of lhe fitr-reach-  ,' in1?, affecbi of the  Liquor Acl  amend-  ,,   menl aro sufficioni  indicaiiori bf whul  happens, when' one 'man is able to exerl  ViiSl power;  ���' To lhe media as a whole, including  dailies,  weeklies,  magazines  and other  periodicals,- if 'moans a loss of revenue,  ainomrfliili" lo'uboui ^ millioiKpcr yeai'.  Revenue lo B.C, <lisiribii|brs'of maga��  .    /.ines and newspapers will be reduced by  over $8 million per annum. It is cuti-.  mated thai revenue of newsstand fiwners  '���\ ''   will be cut by more lliau'."��()%. ll will  ',    gl;enily affect producers of newsprint due  lo lossVif sale of 72 MILLION piiftert of'  newsprini ra|uired    rinnunlly   lo print  beverage i alcohol ndverilsc'inenls, ll will  reduce reveiiiic io H,C, 'hciIsi.h, "nrt (iiu-'  diON and pliolmunphers employed In lul-  (Verilslnii;. Tlie nuiuerous iillie'rh affected  "Include,  lii  purl:  lypesetieiK,  pfioioep-  ���:   .' griiveix, eleelroiyperN,  mill  milkers etc,,  1   ,, IW, -,   pi'liiiers,    ii'iiekcis,   ndverilHim*  iij'eneieH, iriinHpofiiiiion' companies such  '' as rallwiiys, airlines, bus lines uno" Iruck-  ��� ing lines.-Nol lonienilon n subslaiillnl  joiis in, revenue .urihe provinulal gov-  yrnmeiu.    >  Oilier, coiiNhlernilonH nro;  ->>(Jucl|on  w��'^i)(.'viiipl(-yi)iuni'>iii--H,^fr}ro(luclinn'nf-|rir^-  kiiiiis of i)ioneyM(.iiierli)n llm  province,  ineii'imeof revenue by Ambrlcnn'TV nl  is not in accordance with the true facts  as I interpret the law, because they are  registered under the B.C. Medical Aet  and are licensed members of the "B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons and can  _ Practice ..their   profession., as  Osteopathic  Pbysiciaps. -       '  Tlie Provincial Secretary  informs me  that the reason the accounts are not paid  in excess of $25.per person per annum js  J-j-.i_ms__4he-Ffiderc.M3fi  ,.>- During the last election there was  no general newspaper campaign directed  ^against the Social Credit Government.  Some, predicted a change, a few sup*'  ported the opposition parties and others,  like the TTniiesi ful}y supported Mr, Bennett, One might therefore visualize the  jesults.''next time should newspapers and  the broadcasting niedja con-pin*, forces  to promote either the NDP or Lfberals.  It is put bet, that this is where  Mr, Bennett will discover Hie reason  why opposition parties supported his1  proposed advertising ban, Should tlie  NDP pull'the p-hig by advocating return  to" tobacco and liquor advertising, as  it well might, then il is very probable  Jt could sway the might of lhe press in  its favor, With hardly a newspaper in  lhe entire province saying a good word  for the parly, Social Credit would assuredly, and sudly, be finished.  Dental Topics  Wisdom T<?0))i Make Good '*8ooUend#'  , WI3POM   teeth, ilil-iri  too'iiis, W"ln  oniw  though), lo be <if Utile use and were  token nil without' i-nruie/'ii.'  Ilowevei", floelors bave rethought. Uio  tonsll*i frliualion and, dontlmin have inltim  a ciowr look id the valiie.of wlHd'im iee,th  hIihh* tin-'n)d "yauh'^m-oMt" dayw. T-hPw  third moluiti put unhnnhnndn In |<eep llm  rows of loolh In llieir proj-or b|tlng ponl-  lloii,  Noaudwlhal man had the Hiun�� i|um-  boivof leenh wo do, Imt he had larger Jiiwh  ,    ,  ' to, nccjiinufUHj'-U'^theni, li-nmollnu's, ||iu l^l0���|  wisdom tenth don't liuvo pptm^h rnoni in  llipw In ph)|)i��rly nnd brwak lliroiifth nl n  'li1do��i'iHj iinglo, pointing illioclly at lliu  i'iicoikI moliii'H, I'lnloHH enuiibu'erl, i.|in*  Oi;upllvo force of, llio .wlmliim loolh ''im  dnmago nr Iwl.nt Ihelr nelg'l.j-our-i i/ul nf  ,  pnsltlnn. ���  Other times, pnrllal eruption eim'soti  imiii inid ii\vnlliii/{ of Hiirroiindlnit gumn,  which Is giineriilly Iriialed' hoforn exlnic-  ..lion. Your (IhIiIIhI may refor you In nn  oral hui'hi'iiii if Iho condllinn Is laid. Mx-  li'iHitlon can cnsl  from p,t) I n $ 11)0 d��-  __^paiHllni/_..('n__.how-.,fui'-*)tli6_-loi��ib��--,l��-li��-  make any contribution  for such service.  This of course has really nothing |o  do with the principle' so often boasted ��7  bout by the Provincial Government that  all citizens must be treated fairly. In my  ownfcase I psy $120 per year as a premium but can only receive $50 wTart-h of  treatmebts for ? my wife and myself, sp  that, I am n^t actually receiving oste^-,  p'athie'*serv|pe'for^ "���'"���."'  t would like to suggest that the Hop.  Minister of Finance of B.C. take another  of his famous "second looks" so that the  whole matter-of Medical- Insurance payments tan he properly revised for the  benefit of mil Ihe people, and especially  those who are in need of the services pf  on  Osteopathic  Physician.  CJIAS: -HUNSWSy  Thank You "  JB-lltor, ^hr) thneH,'  ���Sir: Vancouver-Coast Ileg|on, Boy-^  RcomIh of .Canada (a United Appeal Ageur  i'y) prt>. pleasafi lo report a most auceessr  foi' vScouiiiig-in-AAtion," Ceniennial '?)"  Show wan hold ai ihe jpNli. on April 17,  ll)7|,  ! " Tlio ma'cpHH 'oTniihi show and the lurge,  atlciidnnce ��uid.v-di|)poi;l, of the public was  dun  largely lo ll)o'wonderful  l*ej|p yoiir  0HWH niedjo no kindly offoied,  l)y tlil account1' It was our most sue-  ciiositfnl $('oi4i,-Rhow lo rlalo ll '<lhi'nit��"h  lo Jpt iho puliiii; know just, what Rcoulr  Ing Is doing for the. youth of ortr cotn-  ni unity.  F,vnryone \n llio Vaneouviir-eoiisl. Ile,-  tfiona) Cbuiaill, Iho- hpyn nod loiidnrn, pyu  The   galley  stove  is  smoking,  old   Ed's  ticker is slowly  giving out.  The   wheel   Is   thumping   badly,   there's  -'   a^ clanking in the leummins,  She'll  have  to  hold  together  though,  '.-.. :< tbje. 'fgj-jBila Mae'' is running.  Les is smoking up the wheelhouse,  says he'll take to drink,     . *  Ed's burning up the -supper hash,   , ���M'MMaj3jLJisJiejLxaJlling-Jn^he^^  The forecaster warns of heavy ��eas,  says "a bad sou'easters' coming,  But she'll have to blow like heir to  catch us, the "Sheila Mac" is running.'  We're takipg green ones over the bow,  the rigging' is really singing,  The porpoise piayjng: games beside  .  rthe boat, gulls grapefully wingi.ng.    .  Tl|eiclouds seem to be alive, t'ho sight  myeftiiy^ stubbing, '���.-"  We don't.have, time for nature; worship,  Ibf) "She!Ja Mae" is running.  The fish are all unloaded.'now and most  likely in the, can,  We're through fighting wind and tide,  we're tired, both boat and man.  The season has been, really bum, we'll .  soon  both ,be���bumming,  But we're tiad'pow lo the old home log  and the "Sheila Mac's through running,  v.   -.../..  Minute Message  T^E   ROAD   TO   }lF,HUSAt,EM  ;'      /'������;    Mark  l<|;H3-*i4  most ���ippiwIiMlyo of |l.n h��l|> you '{iiv-i,  ,  ;, ,1, (II.RIJSDAI.K,  C.)|tt|rma'h, Vublln Holallonii,  iifji-lii'-Acilon Oimiithnlal C!(iminll.i��a  lo -/our  ������rris - * w-'.���.   by Amferlt-iHi'TV n,i,   vM\llth Wj,h 1(hIiiv.h IM,���|p������1Mi. ��� ;(���������������  llai'iily; rompllealloiiii,. iiiniiu liiit,!|j|liill-  y exp��,;   d    (,ii-"iidiuiK   Ncrloiiiily   .�����,��� ���m���,||y ,,,mov��i i." wlwlnm' loolh In  renkni'tl emient'e ol  |1,( , breweries,    Iunh Ihan III) inlnuluN-^hiutlni- ��'ompll��-u-  and (llHlilleiieH    hy fenlifeting.  IIoiih; Yon mny' ��o through a duy of pain  It III..I ,.0  ���..._._.!    11   .��>_._ ..J" 1    I.       .1.. t.Ct.,*\ l.U    I    .lil.l.l,.!. .....I ......       I. ] ll  and     iicccpliiiice    of  ihc'lr  HU  wineries ���.  kijowle<l|-e  brands,  Certain mn}-a/lnes publ'lslied in lhe  province riii^liiWi'iriinveloeloM' llieir  doors and fold up or ivloeiite in uuolher  provina', .  Anoiher iiNpeci of iho absurd lilluu-  liou is the fuel ihul If lobncco mid liquor  lidveillsiiijH lins In be biuuied bcciiuse  of lhe luoriii.li* by ��acckmIviViini-, where  iiflnr, oxlriicllon'iiji'rl a weak ���or two of  inlld dliK'oioforl,  - Canirdinn nenlal AiiHoiialkiii,  Correction  Junior, Tho, TimoH,   ���  Sir: Mny | iiiiilui,o(c(irr��cllon h  roporl Airi'll Mill Tlnm'i rngai'dliig Curvnd  Trrl'oni Vplu TrojiliyV <,  ; TlHifi- were Ihruo lolfini IropUlofi  earyod for Ikjs "I'lirlali" ���pptwny Ioiii'iuit  inool bolwaom4-uuiifi from Sealllo lll^A,  Powell rtlvnr, Vancouver and our own  I'li/OimiH Uniiil, Suppos��(lly all plny-iiH |(J,  ynarii juid under, If 1 remember .���'��'rr.ml)y��  ,����^IVHattiii-*WMM~iifHi|'ttMefJ-~'v��ry--��b|yT;-by"  Mr. Hill llnrlki, Thin ull-lndliui innm were  tln.y <;oii)|inrii(| lo nlli<u- liui'fiiii,bul ||. vyuti  no nurpiimi In un Uuil limy bdnl lhn n|i|.,  Hide plhynri,, fivni hIiiiI hOii-o oifl and'won  (be trophy very ��u��||y, ��  ��� ll, yum Hlaled that ihe tropliy v/hh  moved for Pi��/{nmin bill Hut fuel In tho  "1'egnNiin" Hoci'or dub t)iupn wr-ts <-���>-,  graved oi) one of Iho lirniwo ��i'*'h|h bul  HAVI'l you  over thought    what Jemis'  choice and commitment of )iJn)Holf-"iVt''  'fo!,low the rood of Hiicrifl-'e to Je'ru.iolom  (eould mbair to you? Whatever your an"  "awer may he to Iho 'question asked, fliern  Is today a conunon thought held by liaise  who follow Cbrlpt and those who do not,  That Is Hie .crucial significance of the  hniirs and days In whlob wo are riowl  living Are therp any ullimale purposes >  In this modern vVrtr'ld? U Ipe Hooioly.of  men going to crumhle.under lhe prnssureH  Qxerled pp I J.? Jo an ago. where problems  . aro ninny and varlo'dj men have fulled In  the basic areas of dally living lo��cnmn  up  with hoIuUoiis ��i^(iH|)ll<i the  flood of  new iheorhw, and, i--"ion��lvfl prugramH.  J |)0|)ovo that if lhe /i^'iilnfj quesllon  Wan i'i|i|iir��ly facl-d. hy'iis all, .new light  from find would enable us lo' see our-  no|viim lu .Ihu world, If wn ioco|{n)/o thnl,  we nr��: (iHlrnngod fron'i Clod, 'and Hint  irfPm we are Hie, Immedlale problem ami'/  not, souiftlhlng "or' someone nlsiy how  grenlly (hid tumid ilji'nfil our ways, .IdsI'h  fbllowe'd a rotid whh'h Involved' l|iw liom-,  plater giving of hlmHolf'ln tho mid, T|io  , pypm ��� upon whl��l) ho died was the end  and yet It was only fhe beginning an this  paHHii|{o.4riaeheH...JeuuM.l'i.thu,*Wriy,..'rhi��  All "fbe luv Paint" prpducts are r|ua|Ity ouP^ntsed,  and carry the seal of quality approval, "The', Lay  Paint" is a first-quality national profeBsional  decorator brand of paint. Yon would-p-pm-ftp pay a  premium prfpa for thl-i pu^tandinq qitfillty, \ip%  biicause we'made it Jtist for you, the homelov��rf  you'll find ft atirnr-dvPlyprifiod. fiuy ������Miv'liww hy  the quart, by, &?, &\m, mht Pll ^ ^Wty ttf  ,''t.UV,"   ;>;,       ~i-' '- ''��� ���"���������''  "���'��� "  '���'���"  Suylui  DON'T  PESI?A(R  OR  irvl AR S H AlllilWE MIS!  llAlli BAY ;HA'|DWAREi: tTP*  Sechelt  Thom 6aBr0828  .���HAItfV. -.  USE AN  AD.BRIEF  WHEN YOU  ���-WANT-TC)^  -feiffy'SWif  RENT, TRADE,  FIND WORK,  PHONB  885-9654v  .'���' Mr, AdvorHsert  These advertising  spaces are real  bargains for you,  Sold op contract  _-��nly,, For dotal'o  on how to 6tre|hB|lr  ypMr    pdvertisinq  4ti\\r*r, pM'n'fl.  e05-96Sr^asl( for  special ailrTiito-',  world nod iboNe in It follow many wa,yn,  Why nol iionie lo Jewiui wbo In able lo  wiveiiH and Ihrnugh uh ro-nmkl ilm world  ond lln ppoplu around iifiV  ,.ow\vr-h)i\.,is\sy  ^!l!llI!l!llllillllllllllllllLIJJJIII|ljll|!IIIJ)lll!IIIUb.  mmmmmmmmm*0pmmm00tt*#li$mmrm  TheP)GNJN8UI-A  PuMUhrd Wrdnwlsyii nt ,*><x:he||  , on IIC.'h f,iin��liln�� Cmm'        ,  :'.,,    .. ��� i��y.' .   ��� '���  Wcclicli I'onfft-iutA Tlnico I,Id.  ��,. ., ,..,,...,.,.���,,|f0?r^fq wficcpelt, ti.Cr"------�����--���-���-  (h>Ufllt.$ (h Wlt00l0r, fMlfar mrf Pnhtl��h0r - ^  fjol-scrlpllon R'i|<?��! lit) *��lv��oc4,;   ,  I yw, $3 - 2 Vc��r��; $9 ��� J Ve��r��, $13 ��  ,'        U-W. ami t'ormi), pM  dfrvlng'the arm from Port Mellon to Pgmftni\  ' (//./if* Sound to lervl* lnl��t\    .      ���, \  - hmI    '  mmmmmm.00rm0#mff***mi  W.0*00M00*00*00lmi010*  PRE REGISTER FOR DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE  ' ���   ' i i   ��- ��� ��- Flnola.iici��#'��-for'-tblt-lerm::-r--iia; '*��� ���^~  MAY Htli, S p,m.f SECHELT ELEW^TAeY SCHOOL  (flv�� 2 Jiour ClnuQOfi) ,     '���!. ..  -* Pre Register by Phonlnps  885-9^02, 886-7722 or 886^9370  ...      ^ ndik^M^mM^MM   _.^_J__^^l!l7^j'Sti-it^^  pjen fattx H muov n,  SECOWDARY 9CHOQIL  ���     7i$Q a,m,-11-00 p,m,  _ :\_ games s^Affm^,..;  MlFHISWMI,NTI �� 01 WOO  ,   (tOTS Of PRIZES  ":,$UU FOR ALL"1' Rushes  . -^*y Frank 6'Brlen  THEJ BSCEJfT riQt ^ KingMon Pepi-  tentim-y has digged out a skeleton  .rlnntj hidden m the Canadian closet.  Amidst the turmoil of taxes and m.'vr-  riages, hippies and FLQ crises, the  nipst no-jlertpd people "m Oflpado \\>c\o  torgottt'u... now they are hnel. on pngo  one.   Oi)re more yyo  will  hfOV  1jraj:U'S   aeWnst   "bipudinrj  crime" and tor slitter prison  Whal people seeip to ignoie  facl that only a 'prison riot  surtace~-piison!, simply don't  In a pi i(*op a man is lemnv  society   and  placed  in  a  bua  where   -..length    deteimines  homosexuality abounds   and  yiolenee aie Ihe rule Doois clanging, men  matching, tense anger and a blanket of  . boredom   Such   is   the  hell wheie   men  aie taught to he  model ciluens  Strip a man of his dignity, kill his  secunty und depi ivu "him "of his fieedom.  J,ncl< hnn up with h,iidened cnminals,  force him to bend to petty iu|es, keep  lum in a state of feai, Iced him poorly  and treat him,- badly, do this "lor year's  and then let *hitp oui. Don't leach him  how to get along on the street,' don't teach'  him a trade he can be proud of. Wait a  - few months and take him hack. Suclvis  the way ouifmodern prisons are run.  ��� Canadian peniteriories have a recidivism rate of flO.%, so obivously very few  inmates are l-ebahiiitated. Very few of  the prisons offer training in any skills  above a labourer. Why not computer  programniing,^ marketing and business  . courses? Trades that .the ex-conyict could  he proud of, and that he could probably  find>  The main- reason that our prisons are  ��o far behind the times js public apathy.  No politician ever got elected by promising prison reforms. A ���bili-to-i-pend--a few  .million on a *pO gains more'sopport than  spending a few thousand op a penitentiary. -  Stiffen prison regulations won't xstop  another prison riot. Longer sentences  , won't stop the spiral of crime; Locking  men in giant jails won't (each them anj*-  thu>g*but how to hate. We know all  this. Why don't we do something about  it?.  Wednesday, April 28, ]9lf\       , The Penfosiilq, Tj-prjes Page-j|i3,  A^ OVEjRNIQHT jcpmblng fee of fj.2.00    Kiver Falls, park, Golden ISars Park, Qold  (\yfp dollars) fpp ("ccommodation in SBx^Pap'Pa.rlt, Qoldstream Park, ^ayqes Pojnf  . prpvineial   park   campgrounds   (fi"SP   al-   /Park, Ivy Qfeen P.a'rk, /nkapeep Pork,  faphed list) is annonp^d by tho pqnpuri-.-*1  Jlmsmdh Lake    Park,  Kpkanee Cvec's  hie W *&��� -pwiprHft-rij MipMtM' ��f l*ecron-    P-rrk, Lae I-a Haehe Park, Laicise I,i".kp  tion qndXlonRprvaUoi..  Paik,   Liard, Hiver   Hoi   Springs   P-^flc,  Stcipwipder Paik, Slvathcona Park, Ten  Mile Lake Park, Vaseux Lake park, Wasa  Lake p_��rk, Yahk Paik, Yard Creek Park.  The following, is a lis,! of provincial  Parks in which camping fees are required  duripg the pe-jod Ityay Ipth and September llth" inclusive,.  - Alice   LaKe   Park,  Bamberton   Beach  Park, BpoiUTiont P_-rk, %irtge Lake Park, Fort Steele was known as. Gf-]brailh's  Biomley Rock- P."|'k, G-join Beacb Park, Ffcrrv  In   the   IflfiG's afler two brothers  Champion Lakes Park, GfiaVlje Lake Park, who   settled  Iheie.   It  became  a.  North  Crooked Hiver Park, Coitus Lake Park, West Mounted Police establishment and  Dry Gulch Park, Blk Falls Park, Ellison look lis name from the* commanding ol-  FaH., 'Emory   Creek  Pari.,   Englishman ficer, Superintendent Sam Steele,  - ^^"J-'Js:J^:rA^-'.rArAA^'\A >i "ll > J-1,  ��� ���.>  .Mnka��nm0.M ww ���--* ��������������_ ���M��li-*.iii-��_��l--...ii_^<i��w_-*t^.i-_.-*ii��ii--��-iMii--w--i--��--^ <M_��iiliiii-iii_i-i��i--i----ii-W��-��--it��-M��-^t^i1_W-Ma����iiia ni-jty ���!������������ ���������������iin__- -nr-j-i*"   m      f-J     '  -*       CX-i-      -J J *.      Li    �������������   SiAmwi,  APRILif trt^tiog Qf .Branch ��$f Old Age  I Pepsifiners' Organization was held at  the JHtealtlv Centre, Monday" April. 19^ Mi'i  |ji -\faeLsire.n was in the chair, with Ml's.  Etl'*ia|'iih Halstiead acting/ secretary, di*e  fo the "illness of the secretary, M1'*'- rt-  |ilyerlop. " ,  f I?4r. "VIap^ar'Jo welcomed, with a few  ���^ellrOhO^en words the good attendance.  Three- new-members were welcomed,'  ���"jitrsrlfi-^^ Tiios. Pari y, and ���  'r News Room -, ���  On displayi ip the Cejxt^nmsl Caravan, the oldest printing press \xi British GQlumbia is viewed by Peter  Hevvens.'.WiHard Wallisce and Dpn  Johnson. The Demers press was built  in^p-ran/ce and .used to print the first  edition of The J3ritisb Colonist, De-  getnber ni]i J05IJ It'was originally  sept tq Bishop Modeste Demers,  fqund'er of St Ann's Academy, for  prORagation ol the Gospel. Unfortunately., the display gave viewers no  idea how it was used for printing  purposes.  {ri, 1897 Amor de Cosmos gaye support  in the House -of Cpfnmons to a 6}-itisb  Columbia petition, signed by 1,500-residents, asking that Chinese la'boiers "be  prohibited irom working on the railway.  Among the jpost beautiful fish in the  word, butterfly fish have the J'abit of  swimming backwards slowly hefoie dart-  rng off swibty m the opposite direction.  1  v  fa  y^?$&��  and Bak  White Elephant Stall  Saturday, May 1st horn 2-4 p.m.  5ECMELT LEGION  HALL  HON. ISABEL DAWSON WILL BE PRESENT  4 ���     .  m>^.r<i.i^n.ul;*,Li>^!fr,-'i,,  ILv-f&u %,,"?^**fi-ltt.-fii!;  A.r?%*iJ?jy[AJJmm^Am^JA^   The c\ire-in-the-futurei05yTie^atrope7 _      ilr ... ���    .. ,   ���     ���     ,  ation   on  criminals. It has been  proven  ��� M*"s' M'' Myers.  Reading  of   the  March  that criminal tendencies can be 'removed minutes were approved, moved by Mrs.  from   a-person   through    therapy    and'   NJfaW and seconded hy Mrs. Hiihlala,  through, a process of operations on cer- ?he  Provincial   Board  minutes  and   the  tain areas" of the brain. I know this sounds "minutes of the executive meeiing  were  Orwellian,- likei turning people into zom- i%ad. The treasurer^ report was approved,  rIOT  .,   _ ���    .     into^  bies,, but is it any worse than what we  are doing know?  Our prison system doesn't work. We  Jiave to find-^another-way.. IUis-as-sim-  pie, and as terribiy difficult, as thai J  ..������-���������.*"���*       *  itjoved by Mr. Stan SRiei's, seconded by  Mr. rl. Maskell.  A letter of resignation from Mr. W.  -graham- was   r'tsceivedj -moved*���liy���Mr-  mm am  at Gibsons theatre  TI|IS. is  your last  night   to see  "Long  Ride From Hell" with Steve fleeves1-  now   playing   at.  the   Twilight   Theatre,  Gibsons.     ;    S----S  Shouting in next is "Butch Cass.idy_and  tJfe^STiTiBarncie Kid";" and fol^all'you 'west?'  em fans yop've never met a pair like  Butch and the Kid. Paul Newm9n aud  Robert Redford combined witl'rKatherine  \  **-s.  Elray. seconded by Mrs. Huhtala, that the  resignation be apcepted. The officers for  To my.-reader,,. do you   remember     fhe  be la nee  of the year  are  president,  !TclA.vv^-,,pn  ?  nientioned  that the-   Mr. J^.. MacLaren, 1st vice, Mrs, Elizabeth.   b^wS-Ib*!^  UbAs KCC commissjoo were attempting.  Halstead, 2nd vice, Mr. H. Maskell, and     mos|. entertaining western ever made. Se|  to ban songs with drug lyrics? Well one    Mrs. Huhlafa' was elected director. ���'"--,  radio station has banned "Puff the magic  rl,.r.clnr,"      ,.���      ������1���i:i���     4.        :  ...      ,  dragon" as relating to marijuana smok-     al thf, Hoaith Centre   Gibson-,   from  2  ing.  Also  banned  were  "Wild'a   Wtlle     ^ "lc   ���   Bl,h CenU.?��  ^lb->op-,,__nom  i  The Spring Tea, to be held April 30  the Health Centre,  Gjbsops,  from  2  tpyp  to  4 pm- was   discussed,  wjlb  Mrs.  and The Beatles'^Vennw SubmaHn^   r"    &��  *PrP osUod to> help Wbh TV apd  pnn ipe ��eanes     ye|ipw Submarine". 0ai-d Jqblps,  and rionalions  for   lhe   lea  + *     "I        f  Hitchhiking is  to be banned on  Ihe  Peninsula, according tp thp -Oil-sons po|-  ioe, Charges': will ' be. laid  supposedly,  against both hitchhikers and people who  pick them up. I can't help but wonder '  why?. iijtehhlkers- don't disrupt  traffic  here, perhaps on a,busy city street,.but  on Highway  10)?  No one i��  forced  to  pick iin ji hiker,  |f someone, is against^.  hl.tchhil'ing  jt is very easy  lo simply>  driverpy. There is pn niass tiiUisporfoiion  on .the Sunshlnt-1 CViofii, except, for iho  Sechelt Molor Transport Iiiihoh Io Vnn-  eoiiver,  '. Will) llio main"urban iiroaK widely  v sepnrnlor^ a bleyele Ih ahpOHl out ri| l|ie  (|l|0s||on, Ho people hilehlke, Young people, old people/mill workers, hippies, A  ,)aw,banning K is dimply going p, \w nn-  enforceable. Ayd ynu' going lb drive* by a ,  frhuid i"bo)d|n��-'inaho ruin'/  .,The. whole prnhfo'in of cours'!, \n nut"  with -Mtiminrmnl, evorydny hlb'hhlkei1,  H.ifi ou'WU' aileinpl to hass|o |ong-iiulrod  IraiiHionlH, Wilh hucIi li low Ihoy enii he"  plnlfod op, charged wilh (led knows what  (loitering'no lhe hlhhway?) and Honernily -  ifneoiinigerl  to  leave the t!|��|iHl,  All   I'h'o  lilw In slaliug Is that i Hvnryouf- lum lo   ii'H����l,.,hy,,o-ir,,,Nf-v,oi:.,ndnd-lh��"-t)olliiihmi  . .furael ������ l)ie,oKpun��or ignoio 111�� parking,  pinblemii.aijd Ui��.hlj4l-ur {jury coh|h, If  you wiipl lo line our miniini'y II wjll lifivn  In ho wllliln'lh��t liinia,l ninl kIiihh i��|'"nn  - iiiilumohilo. .   ,......., *0* <"  ; Well, I luilelo oiiii l||ln ispiu'ii lo |nr.'|ln  iirlniri'hul I ojiiHi mry Umt J will oohllnuu.  lo ni��l< up hllchhllurrH, aial If J foul like ���  It I'll hiinhhiko my��olf'1 I, ��lmnl,y eauli '  eopdono, redpeol or obey a )nw llinl Hint on  lhat 1 |uive|i't lhn' Irnodniii lb liiuvn my v  enr ut home,     ��� . ,       \  I don't Hko to pq ihu one lo ihrbw  cold water oh a, hot' lilca hut did ynu  ^v.-)fjo*thB^C6nUiiH)liil.JQirwVtt'n*dliii'luj"yu-At*��''  )ie��l It lool'H like ir'hifih H"hool pimjecl,  , I'Voin Iho Mlduiy Moiiho riipr"Hiiiilii||niiN  of lhe pfoti, pniHiinl  nod lulur-n nn iho  H|dfl�� lo llio omb'iiniN-tliiK I'lNliliifi dlnplay,  ,    lhe, whole woovao ��lveH Ihtr liiijirut^lnii  nl' heliiit done In 'n hurry mid laivor fin-  lulled,  A  liood  iiKii|iipln in lhn jireriN room  wherh old n<iwnp'i|pftin wo mounieil on, of  u)l tltlPIIH, ipn f.'lMiuHlud W'tloii ,of'lhe.  ��� .0 yj npiinpviir Hun, How - iniii'li'uii-ru" lioirllin  would |i Imvo boon ijo moiini IImu'd on iImi  /'/���iinl pnrlii- n( "I|io >pi*"P*i of Ht'. weekly  piipoi'n nr l|)Vi irool |)H|<oh of iImIIIoh llinl  oovo'rud uiirjor ��v��oIh h (IMV/  H<�� n big hoii for'1 llio'<.'ir|)|n|)i)liil <'om��  mlimloii, Mayho,you'll fhi fi��llor iioxl llinn  uround, '..���.,..    -  and bake coupler. The public is cordially  invited to oome and bring a Mend. Those  washing transportation for lhe tables;  p)ea'se. phone Mr.; MnuLaren' al  !ll}iV0'i2('.  Ivjrs, Rlleii" ChamberJingave her Sun-,  shine;'report, with one sympathy, eight  hil'lhday. flb.d jl;get. well cords mailed to  the "members simee llio' March meeting,  Mrs, Nora Haley was appointed ,de|-  ogaiejo tho Provincial Coo'Vetiiion: to be  Held Judo 10, 17 Mul HI at QiitiKoei:  Mrs. T)ndswii||-ilooa|ed a hand joomod  hag I'ur the. ruffle, H-Jbloli wis won by Mrs*.  Telford. Tho meeiing adjourned wilh lhe  singing of T|iri Queen, fo||<iw��d .,bV- ro-,  froHhmoiiiH , nod .a social lime,   >,  ��� I i_._*. ' . ..   .< ��� - ,  on ��� a basis pf historical foci; ihe  traces the life of two high balling bank  arid train jobbeis as they rampage the  west   apd  Bolivia   A   fas^   paced,   often  humppms, neyerrduii mPvlp that everyone will on^oy.       ,  ''The "Prime nf Mis? Jean Brodlp" js  lhe next feature, fl eaiued the slar, Maggie Sm|in, an Apademy awprd'snd won  the heart!'.,bt. tiioiisandS;, Thp film is 'he  story of 0   Scottish -girls sphool  Ipachef  who,bus some interestjhg^ course'" to feacl).  'Like art, love, mnnio and how lo enjoy  life. ���, .  Coming  altra<;tiRhs inohlde   t\ ,lohn !  ���Wayne r|iok "Thp Undefeated". U is (lie  notion packed drum'' of a desperate man  driving ^IKId I'eiKJs of wild hprspB inio  lire gun sights of Mexican rebel,8rS0Mpds  hke a job for .lohn W��yne. Also coming  'are "Thp, SwapppiH" and th'-, ''tlpy lie-  i:|evoi'H''j 'iho  former is' aboht ���ooup,lo��,/   J-fpdil-o .style, Iho second is.about,'lir'iys,  ft.Q'-vulylii.  .,       '. '   '.     [   ������.    .     ,',. I'   ������'���./. 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IkcflpNc thin yea-4A,  ihcrc lire lwj8fll*i-prM niseis in'all !H i  four J-ofMiw r��i/c% ,  'Pi)ciit)(:*\M ym\w ii i�� 'pur ii��wbw-  Poniiuc iipfi our ��rw��)lBMr*��i I'oiilitt^  ..   -.miillcfii nrjw, Now mnMll'f-'ttr Ifiycrs fym  join the pimiiac ruifTl^.,  ,7f,/"'MiwT-37 i�� wif-M ��)��ht'lii��iulH-5%  of Norili American earn com intire iIpmj  Ip-irlmm^i pr<vct' ,'   ,  *���-,. l,full��$izb%imrq.iUiih i|jc.|o\ycK|-|-ncc��J |  W|.U^iiiii��^B'vc��yiiii'fciilurcs.BMc||f��s��;'  i i i  Don't forget to bik'Mfl "p f'>r fi"fc' y*  den'i-r^iiuini grille tfivfder ym \mi c^r/t  ,|-ciopoi!kt carii. ,    .   ,  \, fSptirHiBt.)i\re\)\r.\ h our}w\pfiporii-  .ciii'-ii'yoii cop-iifter t�� car ati VxcRing i^��  our I��vyc��i-prf��"p(| Firebird��hm\c  npyiliing. .���/.,"  ���V/m iip iho 71 l-onjittc ilinf!)(��your  ikciIh nnd yonr.l;Mdgei.       , ' '  Do ii todfiy-H'i your  PopliMcdcnIcr'h,  * liml on puhlhliM iiiuiptftuMw^'  ��� Pfmirfli'ibrtttil jiyia% ivwfiipvil  p>jlllT~}?/>Jllip[(!,il,l>i),  OQ0Q0O0QOQ0G  (jaw* ttj'lift nijin'iwiitiii KlifiirMt'l ir Aticritiint It ppilmwl M turn ratt.  \  ,1 "1  0  ''YonRenter  ,  r,MVMON!iyMli'.HS ;.."  il you'ic jo ot ovci.4p4 Iwycl  u volid drlycy'^cphi;,.���...���,.���,,.  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'  "���Vv* *y*0*rv+0\r*0\rv *0*r*y*>t* J*-f-?'  ��� 0ti--  '*   *-       00 "  *r > ,**.,  )   i '      " *' *������- ,(' ** I  1+1      '  .  \  \l  t  ii  k  1  Si \  Iff  m i  Ir  ii  Arts rJrtudicL'71 group  exhibits shown locally  NOW showing i at, the", 9^Uqry Shop -n  . 'Secjoelfc 1*5 a' display pf work by.the  ''Art Stydjo "IV gi-ouB, recently studying  under Frances Fanmnow of the Double  Door Gallery, Lonsdale, < North Vancouver. , .   '  Shown are-"many examples of techniques including pencil line drawings,  pamtillism, spray enamel abstracts, india  jnks washes -with wax resist, transfer  collages aijd pastel and oil.  Members ot the group showing include  May Garnett, Lottie Campbell, Doreen  Wootton, Trudy .Small, Jo Small, Lillian  Honeybunn, Barbara Pinkney, Isabel Mc-"  Phedran, Wally Valencius and Vivian  Chamber lin.�� ..������-���....  �� ���    ' i  *,       w. ��� �� j, *��� , ,  I  * 04,       \  U   *T   '   \  ���V.'*"   *-Z*  *   \    xj   t  "i*\   **Af  "j    '        ^     JT10*   Ir   V \'  l",   **'   '>    J i  I*'1 \ ,  a~-����wyiH>.,..,..M.r*'' VX  fue opens  wiih win % Firemen,  CxIBSONS Firemen of the Sunshine Coast  Bronco League opened the .1971 season on a winning note 'last Sunday by  defeating the Wilson, Creek Orioles 16  to 5 at Wilson Creek.  Pat Qaines wa? winriing pitcher giving* three hits Ho* Wilson Creek wliile  striking out twelve^batters., Tom Creigh-  oh started the.-Tgam^ for Wilson' Greek,  and pitched a strong; game,. until h�� was  ^ relieved; in the -5th by Gordon' Waters.  Craig Morris and -Buce Bi-anrian ��� led the  Firemen^ attackv -with threed hi't-i. while  Sam COsey had two hits' for Wilson  ��ceek, r,.r~ ' ,".:    " ' .",.'��� "  , Firemen take on the Gibsons Merchants this Wednpsday. nighU 6-3Q p.m, at  Brothers'Ppk(   :���" '        ' *     ���-������-.���  Elphinstone Government  Bottle Drive campaign   ~^  -MASSIVP^feot^ djii^e campaign is plan^-  . ned for Friclay, April 30.;- The Govern-  -ment   of   Elphinstono   Seeonijary   School  has organized a progx-am that will cover  the area'froni Park Ave, in Roberts Creek  to the Langdale Elementary School. The  total are^ covered has beerrBectioned into  11 districts���five in Gibsons and six rural  including   Roberts   Greekr   Gower   Point  ���and Pratt Rd., Hopkins Landing.  Lang-  '"aaleTana'^SIorth andHeed Rds.    '���ra!*~  Proceeds from this campaign will go  toward  various school projects  and  travel funds for next year. For further de-"*  tails readers are asked to see the "ad in  ithis week's Times.  Support for the project would be appreciated. .        . .  ���  Page 9-4 Tho Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, April 28. 197 T    -  Paul St. Pierre  "���I' '��     ���     ���      ��� -..r.   ..      i _.___     ���,.,.- *-���  ���Letter from Parliament HUI  OTTAWA���Paul St. Pierre (Liberal���  Coa&t Chilcontin) lost by 25 votes in  an attempt to amend the government's  Textile and Clothing Board Act an House  of Commons, ��� *    *      ������  The vote, coming TmmTr^Z^Tr  -at.the end of a long [ . -<"i*T*'-)-'  parliamentary     pro- I     '     r\  cedure  which^- start  Roherts Greek Parent*}* Auxiliary  ed with St, Pierre's  criticism of the hill  T  FRIEHAYf .APRII. 30th,from i-3 p.m.  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Refreshments Available    -.  *^l-���-_ L-l-UJt-i-'l- -.-J.-1 in  ^jymfflmmiiiiiifflmmMmM  ������,:  ���!?i  I ���  Boat locates  men  %rownie |-arewelI  PE^REli^Hafhour. police, boat was instrumental, in locating .the bodjjes of  two Powell River men who drowned  when their small boat overturned in the  waters near Pender Harbour April 28.  The two men were identified as Donald  Gilmore^ 4017 Joyce Avenue and' Kenneth McKenzie, 4588 Marine Avenue,  Both men were from Powell River. ..  . The two men were Ireported missing  after, they^.faited ...4o. return, to their .car  and b'oat trailer after a fishing trip Sun-  =dtjy?  Early Monday morning,, jthe Pender  Harbour police^ boat and the police boat  from Powell River located McKenzie's  o*veV-turnod 14-foot boat. The first body  was found at 9 a.m. in the same area  aha the seconrS was^,located about half  OJi hour later. Both were taken to Powell  River,      ' ' .  Wearing, their Brownie uniforms for  the last time, Margaret Duncan,  Christine Irvine,'^ Gail Head and Mela-  nie Mahlman of Gibsons 2nd paeH received their Golden Hand badges in  a very impressive ceremony on Friday. This Wednesday, together with  Brownies of Gibsons 1st and 3rd  Packs, they will fly up to Guides.  Gibsons 2nd Browaies  Golden Hand ceremony  GIBSONS 2rid TBrovvhie Pack held a  ^MMQoldaW^H��ffld-^ee<;eBaefly---i-oc&ntly^-at^  which time awards were presented to:  Margaret Duncan, Christine Irvine, Mela-  nie Mahlman and Gail Head. The Pack's  Fairy Godmother and Browriies' parents  were   treated   to   refreshments.  Brownie   "Fly-up"   is   scheduled   for  April 28th at 7 pm in the United Church  ���Hall, 'parents cardial^' invited.  Ladies of the L.A. are advised to fast,  the week previous to May 4th when a  dessert party for Guiders will be hosted  by the L.A. during regular meeting. New  inembers always welcome. Remember the  *daTe���May 4th time���7.30 pm.  at first reading, was   1^, 'V j^TV (^  Won by; the govern-   '"ty"      ���       t  ment  hy. a  yote  of      UJ*       t^Ji    t  111  to 86.     ,        -     i\       ^^t fr**  Four Liberals join-  /*     '      ������       ,,  ed St;-Pierre and all  [ * ��� .r -  members      of      the  |        \ *k * ��'  Conservative,   New u -**" -"* ^^  Democratic and Creditiste parties \w .voting for the amendment. The Liberals who  joined St, Pierre were Douglas" Hogarth  (New Westminster), John Reid (Kenora-^  Rainy River), Tom Goode (Burnaby-Richr  mond7Delta)and Bud Orange (Northwest  Territories). "A"  Earlier, four Progressive'Conservative  amendments to the textiles bill were  voted down, by considerably larger .majorities, St i-Uerre voted for one of the  Conservative amendments proposed, by  Gerald Baldwin (Progressive Conservative���Peace River).  In a speech introducing his amend-  jnent, which would require the government to make regular reporTs~To"Parlia-  ment on the administration of the new  act, St. Pierre repeated his -charge that  the act could be used by governments  present or future to protect industries  which deserVed to go bankrupt.  "This legislation should be kept under  constant scrutiny," he said.    '  Because' consumers paid for. ail forms  of protectionism, direct or indirect, they  had the right to know what was being  dwe. St. Pierre-said he would vote for  the textiles bill, but only because it was  "better-, than What we have.1' He insisted  the new legislation is open to abuse.  Marcel Lambert (Progressive Conservatives-Edmonton West) accused St,  Pierre   of   "skating  down   both   sides   of  li  tmm\m radio-television commission  . ���- .     ���        ���-.���!���.-.������;.   .���������>������    ���','���"���  The Canadian Raclio-Tpli-vibioi-. CommU-iion wili hold a Public Hearing: in lh��'  Bayshore Jim, Vancouver, B.C., commencing O'l Tuesday, May 18, 15)71, at 9:30 a..m���  to consider among other matters, the following application:  SECHELT, B,C. 70026.60 ' ���  ���  ���    ���  Application by -Northwest Communications Ltd. for authority to amend its broadeu-Uing  undertaking (CATV) licence for Sechelt, B.C. to. increase the monthly seWice charge  from $5.00 to $5.50. '.    ''   '  From the dale of this Notice, no new information may he filexl by the applicant.  regarding his applicalion,  ,    Any comment or opp6sition-J.n respect of the above-mentioned matter ("tun-Id be  filed with the Secretary, on or before M^ay 6, ltt-71, in twenty (20) copies.  Copies of Lhe Procedure Regulations may beiobtained from lnfoiwation Canada,  Publications "Division 171 Slatec Street, Ottawa, Ontario. -  Persons .wishing to inspect briefs sirirmi't&t wilh respect to the above matter, may ���  do sp during regular office hours al the offices 06 the Commission, 100_Me|calfe Street, -  Ottawa, Ontario, ��        .    ��� '.',*' ���-������  ,     Purthei" copies of this Notice may be obtained by ,wriling to lhe iniujyaiigiied.  RTC-19-19-4-71. *  *> 0  ������'"'.. ������/ ' T '  ' . .       FRANKLIN DELANEY,  ' Secreptry  riirnnirnmn-iirnmi���irri���11���n ~" n"���* r���-���*-"���T-������j�������������-������������� .^������.���������������������������������iiimihi  the "rink", arguing for protection of consumers while at the same time arguing  that some industries required continued  protection.  He pledged Progressive Conservative  party support for^he amendment. John  Burton (New Democratic Party^���Regina  East) said he did not agree with all the  views put forward by the; Coast Chilcotin  member but declared himself in favor of  the bill.  -"3ffi  COOKIE DAY  Saturday May 1st is Girl Guide Cookie  Week and sales from this project provide  much needed funds which is "shared equally: among the Divisions and' Provincial  Office,.Guides look forward to this annuoT  'campaign'and. householders are asked1 to..  be on tlie jonkrout for the girls in brown  'and blue this Saturday between 10 am  and noon. ri"is is everyone's opportunity,  al small cost, lo help Guides-and Brownies  iii  the area.   ' ' '  FRIDAY AFTERNOON - 12; p.m. - 3 p.m.  -X-'-APRlt 30th  PARK AVE. ��� ROBERTS CREEK TO IANGDAUE ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL INCLUDING GIBSONS, GOWER POINT, ROBERTS  CRE-EK, GRANTHAMS HANDING,, HOPKINS LANDING.  Sponsored By: j  THE GOVERNMENT OF ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL.  ^Proceeds To; '    -  ..   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PTO ilrlyo ,,, radial ond vortical  llolaljoii., , . bkid shoos , , , wln^  row foiming shields,  EQUIPRflENT  1 .LTD.  10547 King George Highway?* North Surrey  PHONE 501.3350  \  T0ff  1;  to*************,*************** *��������*��*��� **"-���  *      0      t     , lr','*J>ff^-#��#  s.-*.ji��j^--iiinii mnrj" *" ���- "������ *-"J^*- *^-<��**<*^*��* n*.**^�� f m-aoww vr y trvy ***  By Helen -Dawe > t .  ���**���>��**w**  -j-V-fAt^,  >,-..*- "**.  ���>$  -3s*:-* 2*  'k'H-r  >^  Herbert   WWtpker  Postmaster in Sechelt ih 189G Photo  wns taken at tbe home pf-q" J CdqH  in Vancouver about that time   On  First Postmaster       * �� / ���  appointed first Mi Wbitakers left is Hvs Ooetmybo  has 'hei hand on shoulder o| her  daughter Ada, nqw better HhOWJl locally as Mvj> Ada Dawe  ,r.fT-.-  * f .*  w  [�����  t"  i, i .  >  -      '  "  ���i? '  "i ���  a i  W  '*    ���  &Aj -  .->>*���  A   oiiliW \  ��� i' . -   v  ' -   A?"/V'  ."��������*    fl  -      -  I.---   :4v-' ���  T"  1*  4*W*\  -J  i,   \  i r  *.  -r~*.  \ '  4J. -IS,  -"s^M' . ,  to -US,1**.    J 1  I  \  b!  i  i f  ii  i  ?'  .��i  7>"'  1    I  V   b  ��<--  J  /  PN- MARCH 1st, 180fi, soveply-fivp years  ago, Sechelt'i", post Otl'ce yrs, otflei^ljy  estobliKhecT HoweYi*--*, there had been  niail service ol a so|t prior to that t'l^e,  as witnessed by the fqllowipg excerpt  from thu "News Advertiser" -of 'January 3,  1894, giyu"4J-ai"-ai-efHmt;ot4he route taken  weekly, by thq Union Steamship Con}*-  ploy's vesseP'Comox" after she inade her  first stop at* Gibsons en route to Poit  Neville:  "The ne>vt stopping place is Sechelt,  where a njumber ot settlers aie now located. On Porpoise Bay, a short distance  at the back oi' the Indian Mission, seveial  more have taken up land and now that  the settlement has i|icieased so largely  it is the intention to ask the postal aij  thorities to. establish a post office "*  Sechelt,, - " ������-";'',   -A.  'Wter a ��|io,rt run, Welcpine. pass ,j:|s  reached.. Hove a Post Qffice \w ��-ec#iritiy  been QBoned. The mail fer Sepheh settfi^?  is. left here, hot though not 'very ||r  distantt ll is often ii\g'Qnye)ij|ei"it Iq ,|o  for the', niail." "'   "  . "3|e,fo.i'e^R0sta| money' orders were -"Old  locally the crews of the steamei's- weve.  generous' enouih tp. purchase these items  in Vancouver for the settlers. .       ���.    )  Mi-.  T. J.   (-Johnny) t)ook  had' mad?  application in 1J391 for land wluch is nc,W  just within  the westerly  border of the  Village of Sechelt, In 1#4 he settled iher,e  and puilt a log liouse ,|o_r'his wife and  infant dayghtei\ From the" beach in fro'jit  Of his home ^jr/Cook vised to row OHt  to the "eomoxir tb colfect and d'e")PatPh  I   'mail.   Other  settlers   would   Pall   at jiis  j_ cabin lo pick up their letters. It is pos-  slble .that Mi'- Cook was not an offipial.  Postmaster,   but   performed   the   servipe  for the convenience' of himself and a few  scattered   neighbours.  However,   a  stO!'y  about him in the "Vancouver Sun ���Magazine Supplement" of gee. 11, 1954, when  he was still  living,'states that "A year  later (i.e. 1895) he became the first po��t-  #master,  for   the'  disl.net���a   service" for  which "he received $20 a month. There was  no wharf at Sephelt at the time, and he  had  lo  row out to meet the  mail boat  ol the second V^\ Office, budding at a  later date as lollows: "Theie \vps an  old budding called the bunk h0US>pJ and  (>n the second ijpor theie were two small  bedrooms in iuont,' behind was a fair-  sued loom with four wall-hunks, and a  cast-iion, pot-bellied heater in the middle  ol the lloor."*"D.iunks."Jwei>e'sometimes deposited on the top floor until t,hey sobered MP-  .The second Post Ofiiee building served  also at vaiioiis times as Mr. "Whitakei's  tlfud store, the first telegraph office and  the first school outside the Indian Village. Miss Grace Kent, first teacher at  the non-denominational school, came in  1912 but an Indian* school was officially  opened, on June 20 lp04. The fust tele-  'II gi'apher��� was Mr;, pharles" EradbiO'yy an  enthusiastic photographer. He may-hare  iaken the pipture.but this has hot beei-  coj-ifirmed ���  "Ciii the WBf-t in tlve.rejar-Yeiw illustration is the first, hotel, erected in 199?.  AVioui:iGp6-iMl. a. wing almP!!i\i a�� large  as ihe original structure was added/There  is milch debate as .to the date the first  hotel was destroyed by fire. Some say  1013, spine June 1, J9H, and others believe the building was still standing  in  la,ro 'Mav e "inlore  Tn     hP ������fron' ip  better ttffw ti-affip  pn  rs uxpeuences entitled "Four    ^���rW^�� w-���� red bppk.^vyas later  r&+f^f~&**00r*��0f00*0m*  residents and'visitors, a bst which ^ad*"  alm��st like a cepsus record 30^ is thprr  oughly fasoina^ng to anyone-who knPW  Sechelt at the time.  M>". Jphn W- (Japk)��MayuP was swei'n  in as Assjstjfot. Postrhaster on. July 9th,  1928. He had vacationec| in.Seche.lt tnuch  parliei apd is now *#ell known as "a  Notary Public His famous1" grandfather  Admuai Richa-*-""  the Jervis Ifllet  a book pn his uxpeuences entitled "Foiir  Years in bntish Columbia and Vancouver  * tsland". M��'- Jack MJryne's father, Thotnas  C. Mayne. was an artist and h>s paintings  of local scenery are h ensured by tliejr  possessors m our aiea.      ���    ���  Thpse men associated with lhe Post  Oflice in the early days left .{heir mark  on the community. Bert "y^hitaker's name  is synonymous with the development of  Sechelt and it is strange that  no  Jarjd-  ' mark \p the Village has been^ called after  him Johnny Cook donated the land pn  whipl\ St. Hilda's Anglican Church ar\d  Hall and  Cemetery are located.  Shorrj;  'cliffe Road, which is open up as ?ar 4"  Trad Bay JSchool, was named for -Mr.  Cook's subdivision, winch ,iu tyin was  naroPd tRV a place ip Kent pfc?V Whei'e  ||l'., (3opk i^rew up.., Hackeit Parki srtua-  Ijeii on land granted by the Union Steam-  sivjp, Co., apd.Hackett Street were named  fgr Bert HapltetU !Rpn Whitaker^ "^ho now  lives at-BgVis r^ay, gave a pna-apre lot  fgr pgnstruct'pn pf,the'^ils-on &.eek Cpm-  rponjty civib Haiv. w*hitakPr Park and  ^hitaker Road, are named for hlro.  Tliose readers who were children here  in 1950 may recall participating in an  essay contest whiph the Ppst Office Dept.  "#*���*'  1     I*' *  Tfif pep!n?u(a Timeg  Hwm 6=5  Wgcf-iesdoy, April ?E,, W\  pepartroent and in the expanded area  it beparpe possible for tl-e Rubhp to rept  boxes ippated in'the lobby. This Speeded  ilk the siefyice greatly, the' pommefcial  ceidtP df Sechelt had sh^ed back froin  July 19157 The Press Library was kind^, ...hold that 'year- Two issues of the ''Public  ejiough to check the index for b'Qth'''-.-$h^e^-*g.eiiitio.ns News Letter, Canadian Postal >  ^ancouvet-f3un" and "The Province" but   * Services", published ifr Ottawa .lh April  \\  '   I   ,1    *1  ,   ' 1^4 r. *W.^I.^ .  '"Ir�� J . \     ^  aZ  *. lis,   rWfAJii  A %fe#ll  . t  ,V^>/  *' i ���     i, > N,fy>i  wX&rr*      >L0%0.* r~0r-i. t  �� -1  twice  a  wee'k."  The present Canada Post Office dis-'  triet authority has.'nO knowledge of Mr-  Cook's service, i>ut says that its' records  may not be'complete,  It;is. official, however, .that M1'- Herb- ��� ������  could 'find no date -foj- the fire in its  files. If any reader has a contemporary  newspaper  clipping or other authority  we would be pleased to learn wthe .time  of tlie conflagration. *  On  the   east-is  the  fourth store.  It  ���jWas a three-storied  buildings lhe upper_  ' floors  being used  as   an   annex  to   the  hotel, and it was converted into, an hotel  when  the  first  one burned 'down- 'This  store-hotel   building  W0S   erected   about  19Q7  and destroyed by fire on July 22,  1937. It housed the thh'd location of the  Sechelt Post Office. The Home Oil tanks  are now standing in the proximity of the  old  site.   The  Porpoise  Bay  Road,   later-  known as WhfaTf Roadi is* shown in  the.,  foreground   of  the  illustration. ~  .   -Bert   "Whitakey's     youngest     brother,  *iw����  Humbio Beginninp  L,og cabin frpm which rrujiLwas_dis-  -,I6nesv- Mr  tributed'-ip 1895 rbjTJohnny Cook. It  \Vas situated on location of present  home   of Capt   and    Mrs   Gordon    ter Ada, now Mrs. Sam Dawe,  ert (Bert) Whitaker'was appoihfe*d Postmaster fpr the period March 1,  1896 to  ..April 3, 1914. As a youth of eighteen he  ' arrived frkm England- with his father in  Gook- and his-wifeCS^:^ JJMdfi^ou^oi"^  are seen standing dither side Of the    family^ parents and seyfn ypupg people,  storm lantern   Jrif-pt is their daiigb-    wf��� reunited ai -Sechelt. Though hot In  Third Office  looking put In tbe wqleifroni, peri  Whitako'r's ftnirtlVvS'lbve, left, later  conyeiied into second hole) nnd  l)imsed |ho tliirt) Pool Off Ipp. Cpiltre  ���y/\]\\p buiidingt wns ^ second Post  Offlco nnd p)/iO firBl  ^opliell/SC]ioql  and. first tolegrnpii .offloa,- On Hgbi  is (he original lintel;;MmU1 .im, ^',"  ' romi'lina fonpo \ynrs to (�� oh) phHep  and wild cowb,  of tl>em lemained heie thep lopg association with the district makes an impressive  stOiy About 1805 Bert Whitaker purchased land limning from the Sechelt  waterfipnt tlpough to Poi poise Bay, immediately west of the Indian Reseive. "*  Over a penpd pf t|me'>e bwlt a 1ra^-  "'n�� faiprp and Whaif a| Pnrppjse Bpy, wn  I've   logging  camps   apd   P  sawmill   up  Sechelt Inlet, and ei acted s.toies, hotels,  pottf-get, and wbaiyes at Sechelt   Doing  business  as   the   Sechelf   Steamship  Co  he opeialed a fleet of steameis wluchVl  a  latei   date rained   the  mail   between  yanrouyei  ,anc|  Sep|iq|t   He also owned  small   boats   Hinning   up  Sechelt   Injet  Mr   ^Toe Gi>egson, now living in Sechelt  and   in   his  l)5tb  Yeai,   iccalls,   lhat  Mr  WhltaHei tianspoilod mail to thp jogging  paiifps up the Inlet early in tho century  and charged each man IweiH'y-fiye'penis  pei- month for the service;  '  ��� t  ' The fj&t home "of the Seehelt post  Office.when Mr. Whilaker-wos uppninled  P0Htn-ftH\pi> ,w<)��. ,tl|o ono-Hlproy, ahipglerl  uhuclc' w}l|i le-|i)7to on ���e'il.jiec sidewjiOwn  , Hi the oecooipaoylog }|.|-it"iratlnn. Wo ho)it .... -  ,i| us his second store, tlie find being al  ''hi!  Ronald, assisted with'the "Post^utTTCirTiT  his youth. He recalls that he sometimes  had to get up very early to send the mail  off for Vancouver. The lioats used to come  in at all hours from the North.  .The second Postmaster, Mr. Thomas P.  O'Kelly,- was appointed for a short period  May 1st. to October 8th, 191'4. He was  a partner of Mi\ Whitaker^s fpr a brief  firhe and his family lived in a larger lcig  house which Mr. Cook had erected near  hjis origiwal home about 1895.. Mi"' George  J.  Stockman  was -appointed  Postmaster  i)epemb��r 1st, 1914 and s^'Yed until No-  yeiVrfier iBth, "1915. - ' ������ .  After the first hotpl fire anfither -geiir  era} store (i\tr, Whitaker's rift)v) was built  on the seafront hoi'dei"ip,�� th.*? W��st sldp  of iWhai'v;B93d- ���IV-w8*i'--'"d8siF9y?i'i'.-.*'9rn?  *ti��&&:im''Wm  pamethe lourlh borne '���$ thp Ppst Pff ipe.  and /remained< $p until tl\P ppd pf T^H.  li was a iwprstoried wopdop b|"jldihg,"lhe  top fjoor beipg us*ed as an hotel a'hn<e?f:  Tlii^ store was 'operated later tiy the'  pnio.n steamship Co. >  It is..jnteresl.ihg.lo note in photographs  of the fifth' store  that  lhe second. Post __  pffipe building was still  jn existence,  'ft. stood then on the west side of. tjie  Union st��re fUld the (WO s'trupiures vyore  joined  together hy ap enclosed  passageway.   The.. miiliirPiirpoHe     Ppst. . Office,  ' wihooljipusp',   telepgroph     ofl'loe,    slore,  ninkiiouse londmriii' survived  two  big  ij'ea,|.() ei"d it-' days'iu! a wpi'l" area for  'ie huioher.  Bert  Whiliiker .had snlil'out 'all  his  crush" lo Bhron von liiitwily., a German;  and Qptober of 1950r carried several pi'c  tures pf Mr*. HaPkett with our lopal prize  Winners. Ope pf the acPpmpanying stories  stated that "Tjiiere were tOO children present in the Canadian Legion hah in Sechelt, 8,C., when Mr, II. S. Hackett, Post-  jaasteiy. presenleii the Eleputy's prjy.es and_  lejters to the winners pf the essay contest". Mr. W- J-!. J^emon, an officer of the  JJepaiijment   in  VanPOUV.er,   travelled  to  ^eeheH to be present whpn prices were  "awarded   to   the   Brownies   apd   Guides.  The several winners received mounted engravings of. various early mail coachet,  Mail service via Waler lo'Sechelt from  Vancouver was provided by Union Steamships up-taS 29th May, 1950. Effective 30th  May. 1050,; direct water service was'replaced  as follows:   (1)  Land  service be  er- and ibe'wharf at"Hors  shoe  Bay,   (2)   Wafer  service   via   Black  Ball Fercies Ltd. between the/wharf at  Horseshoe  Bay  and  the  wharf  at   Gibsons,-(3) Land service by Sechelt Motor  .Transport,. Ltd. ^.from.'the wharf at Gib-  ��ons to the Sechelt Motor Transport Ltd  f\om ihe wharf at Gibsons to the Sechelt  Post Qlfifce, '.. j  Mrs,jB,p}ihda A. Gaipps was appointed  .Postmistress November fi, 1950. Effective  January 2nd, .1952, the abpve fhijee services were replaced by a Highway Seivice  Operating between VailPOUYer and Half?  moon Bay via the Horseshoe Bay���Gib-  spns ferry caljing enropte at the Sechell  Pos( Office,  ���,   A lease was completed fpf 1st Jant"a**y,  1955,   whereby .Village  E^term;i'"--s.; 1,^-  j-pppvated^nd st|ll serves the Post Offjpe.  Mrs. q��ines jetiipd April lltlr, ?9��9, \  ,apd now hves tn Viptoria- She w'-s sue-.  ceeded   by   Mi's.  Arvella   Bepneq   wjio  bej-yed "fltil Mi. Wilhant O. parson was��  apppiptpd May 22nd,  1969   Opr pres-ent  Postp\psfer, Mr   Wijliam S   Qalhn,  Was'  appointed'Febiuary 11 th, t��70. His staff  is, m,ade up. of Mrs Benner, Mis. Lamie  Brys,pn,   Mfs-   Pary  Leeman  and  Mrs.  Mary Marcroft. ,    ''' - j  t Ih thp farly nineteen fifjies when lhe  ' caV ferries cbrmhenced _U|nnmg across  Howe Eiou.nd to Gipsons and rpads Wfi>e  improved It became rputme to receive"  mail every weekday the year roppd, bpt  41-j fhe pioneer days of iSechelt goipg to  ' 't^hp Village'ion boat day to pick up let-  Iprs, newspapers^ and gossip was a spcial  ppcasiprj iri the lives-pi isolated residents  Who ha'd no telephones or rqdios and  litfle in the way of transportation, or even  roads,.  Vary early in its career Sechelt became  a successful summer resort area, although  fogging was lcipg, and^ the wharf in tTjie  days befpre the Sepohd World War was  often crowded with local people, loggers  in transit from camp, and families wb��  ocpupie"d   holiday    cottages   along    the  .waterfront- They came to see wHo go-off  the   hot-t���expepted   house   guests,   day-  trippers, week-enders for the hotel   and  staff piprop parties. It was fu'p tp watph  the   freight   unloaded,   everything   fr^'rn  groceries and lurnjture through to boppi  phains   and   tlie  occasional  horse.   Then  there  would   be a long queue  in  frjiht  of the .Post  Qftice \yipket while waiting  for-  tl\e  mail  to  be  sprted.  B'ystande}s  counted the "mail bags as they were c$'-  ned   into, the Post  Oijicp  in   ijrder 40  foim an estimate of how long the wajt  would be. Bets were placed pn the duration of the time lapsp  Children sent fpr  the mail enjoyed the choie because they  coidd tihpw toffee bars (purchased" frpm  the glass case on lhe slorp counter) until*  ��� lhe top section ol the Post  Office door  swung open as a signal that the mail was  ready for distribution. The only drawback  l-he-ypw-vgstei'b' okped&kmB wa��-f4-  a   route   home   which   would   avoid   the1  many wild cows wandering at large, their  bells tinkhng'as they grazed  '}! '���  v  �����  K .'- '  P.  f-  fl  ii�����;-  h .;  ���  I.  ', ���.  *      ���  f  1 "A  .'fj  *r  '*���  .      r,  V  11  ->.��  ji  i.."  JMMHWllWM^fWIIMlWWtfllltlflaillWIWWyMWMtWft^lgWt^^  ���fthB late Mr. Jim- *%. f>Ai^ei:^ap^-^|^.  .-Vfefniyre" sppphed 'premiseisrdn1 Po-yrie  Strppl which hepgmp the fi��J> home pf the  *?ps|, Offipe. These'quarfers-were desjgppd  ���specifically to suit the recfpireipents of the  Phone 885-2421  porpoise Buy. it wpH:a|��o.mw\W a -ib>-���� in 10'^ Al'lor the oiitbreirk of Iho If'ii'Kt  VILLAGE Qf @IPS0NS  IMIff'-ttllt,  111  ^^U^Wa lit  Second Offlcp  P|i)*j place find was located somewhoii)  near  the present    approach    |p  .tpiiio-i'  Wborf,  There nyp now I'lyeknownnooplo liv-',,.  Iiigjiu the district wbii'were ot)l|��lrcn lit  ^^ Sechelt (iHINM. They pro Mr8.lCocl|e Aii-  Hiijpt, Mrs, Ada Pawn, Mrs; .lennie lilricli-  kITo, Min PhvIiI Paul and Mr, Hon Whll-  nlmi', II Is 'piiHKlhln llinl il-m-fi Phlldn'li  Honw Upd fii-Kf, post Off bin oven thoindi  Ihey miry nol, all i-omemhcr It'lodny, Mr.  Hull Milliliter I'Omninb.Ji'H If wn|l.  , 'I'M wooden ���hulldlnu which wim. tho  fiiicond lioin-- ol Ihu tfru'holi' \>imt 'Offlwa  I-*" --'town In di" iioPompanylnH foar-vlow  illu-ili'-illiili, ll Is thu middle ulriintiiro w|lh  tin ooiMido sluliwiiy in an upper-flnor hack  door, An oiiriio)" o|l priliilliui Nliiiwinn lh"  I'i'oiil, of l|m building wllli ilm'hniul in  tlm wuhI now hiiniW I11HI10 SMioH Llli-  rniy, 1| ww doiui'hy JI,,|. pn Vnyml in  11)0^,   Ho  uol'orar)   ||"o   l(-o��t  Offlco   pink,  wlmruiiH it H^unin whit's in lhe pbofo-  gi'Mph, Th" door Ih op IhooiiHt wldu mid  World Wnr the properties were returned  In Mr. WhilMker apd he was reappointed  Poslmfislor from January 1st, IUUI to 1^0-  yeniliof a^nd;- liril., ]\u wiih HUPcuedod by  his frioiid, Mr/'Ouori-a Jl, H,"Anion', from  iruhruary and. 'PKfl ui. Mny HHi, if>2��,  lylri-Aminvwii-i in Socholt H.yeast pn early -  iih 1 POD and wni'l'ed In ITm hIiIiuk,  The union'sioiijnfihlp "Co. purobapPd  (li- ^inliull pi'opui'lluH in April li'-ifi firtjm  thu oHiiiin of ilm intu Mr, Whli��l'-er. Mr,  Moherl s, HiKiifoit beiMinm lorml .Hiipur-  .lillondont fpr "thu' Union Co, and won up-  pniniod Po'sinuiHlor at Son|ioll Irom Sept.  7lh. mail, |o ifiliO, U�� hud lionn PftHiinnnler  al 1 fill-Mile Hpiwt i'yup) Kiail to Uia-1 and  wns a-vdin  in an Ar||n|-  Poslmastcr  It,*  ���Hwihoii Mny atith, man.      x- f  , Two blue booHHwIlh ciill'Hkln hiiIiioh '  oi)||||(!d "(lennral Ibmoid of |{iij-|A'-'|-0i1  I <*iii��i*rt'-f mid cddIiiIdIhk unli'ltiH (|nlhii��  from".1111111 0, 1DM lo May ail, l��ao and  ,1111m a, im lo March a, ilia? mo pow  luiiiiiitil ip Um SimlM'll I library., They Voit-  Wt&V 1 to Ocftober 3%,  1971  lEffepHvp /ytfly I'df,' burpina p"?HWif|J Are re<|Mirod fPi* open fires  under the Fores'- Act-. Residents within the Village qf Gib^pns may  apply for p permit a*- tho M��nicipp| Ojlf jpp durjns regular office hours  10 a.m. ,to 12 noort ond 1 to 4;30 p.rn. Permits must be obtained  BEFORE setting ap open fire. >     I  ��Mo permit fa necpssary when burning in a container coyerpd 'with  a screen. Perrpits -nay bo cancpl|edvat qny firfiPr '  April 23, 1971  Gihsons, B.c;,  OAVm JOHNSONt  v    Municipal Clerk  Ji-Hr"|ofl, hoooihI iS  ���pj|��l' It WMH jnllMKl  -Hloro -by-nn-opu  On |ho rl|{hl Ih H��nn Iho.Hor-ppd hole  \.r,u,.\i r��;����rnffi/.nv which was oonvcMMod from tlio IVtovlli   iii��r�� nro iipeo wlndow^ln llm front, iwo'i "dn Um ulunniiirnH nf it, Wnlini*or, ti��oh,  UiHbd���puKHuitnwny.,,..*  of Chunk Clmoli" dcHiiillni'i  Plrdt Offlco  IS^jJlsbwl in .WOO. fiP^plf-i .'fjrflj.  VmI-QWm m fw'MHiy wp imr\  ol fhp mm, hwmwMo ��md wib'ijwig  j))(K!o for irnvollcrs. *  I  l 0**.0H,l*\ 0*** **Lf'* -"*���*:������    *    *  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRIEFS SHOW  YOU  THE WINDS OF  OPPORTUNITY  BLOW,  DIAL 485-42S5,  (i  TO REACH  2,50.QJMO]MR&  AT LOW COST,  ��� Mr, "Advertlson Tho��fl  odrcrtii-f "a *~ -f p����W�����"*���  real 4mr��t*ln$ lor |/oM  Sold on contract only, ft*  dciplli op ho-v fo ftrotsh  your advertising (sollar-  pbopo tlfJiH^iH *& f**  ipoclal ad rotes.     ,  he inUtrlur    III" numoH of n h)vmI��Im" iinivil��*��i- or  I'ldlll  A@k for .-this, booklet from our r��pr��?ientatlvef  Mr, R, ft, Thomas,  Manaqor,  who will b�� at  POWPH- RIVP^ INN,  April 29th, 1971        ^  fo-ypll Rivor, B,C,  If'yoM rqqMlro o torm Ipoh to ntfir^  modomli_bRrfl"<p'indyonrbM'ilno'ipr  wo Invito you to dkmm y��Mt mm  wiih our rnprosBiibUivo,  f^Bi  '6  m  w  INDUSTRIAL  THlM f INANCINQ f OR CAHAPIAH flUSINESaE*!  ''"���"' flOff pmiMfimlf �����,,���   '.'"  yon����n��v��>'# p.<3, "  ��MM>fNMMtl|M  pffectlvo Mondayt Rfay 3^ 1971, the i���C*  Hydro and Power /Minority QftfJco Mop��ro ��it ftSio  Socholt Plotrlr.t Offfloo, for ft!i�� oiimmor parloil will Pio  OjOO ft.m. |q 4:30 p.m.f ^oiu9*iy lo Friday,      ,  'h  TIibiiH' yow��  Siib-P|str|ct /yjar-pper  I  HM*"'   �����  ��� *   �����    �� *   ���*. ���  ��0.  K.�� i*00*0*.  .... J j. ^ Jl/....... AM-  ^.t.- ���.J1..I   .    J-    -W      rf    J-  *r     0  -"  a - ' r  0* '    , t -  *. #L*,     *   . ^j,     *  tf     f\. W..',*'A  hi  I-*     .j. r   v      1    i -    * /  -  *��� , * *        ���      ���    '.     I  **        **,*��� **-     *.-\    \ \-.~      *     .-%*\ ***..**        v*-**^**.   *. r,   *.    \       - ..     ,  M  -  irt. j*.   *  '.. \  ���    T  t,   c *.*���:*  A.   '*  ? -*  ���>i  jr'.-v '-.fl  ��*-.  .;, *v ,K'J ;-.Pv . i  .*:?-  '^.��.  "-A ��� ����� ������ "k S V* \-��s\   ,">       "v-*.*.-^������."*.�������� "V*,". V��-S1' ��."*.-"��� * "* <i>*w-�� ��s-i*s����*.-*��^.  '<  w**n. A/����s-��Ah.i,p��l*l/-k */v,-��i -vs V"- -^"v* * .  ���VjS  ���(������iV- ,1*��C"/    r*/l','  il5  IH  II!  Travelling Around  Pago FJ-6    .        The Peninsula Timefl    MaV 9 to IS 1 ;  Wednesday, April 20, 1971 *-*&* M *M *v  MRS; I31��mche McCvady ot Seacrest Hew  -; 'to Whrtehorse in-the, YoHon to fspend  the' Easter yacation with her son Grunt  ly^cCrady and his family, A. Jittle apprehensive about taking her first flight,  ghe has returned home a confirmed' men>  bej1 tof the jet set. There is nothing to it,  ,gl\e .s'ays; in fact, she found the, ride  srrfoother and more comfoutable than  riding in a bus or a train.  ' | "Whitehorse, she found, .was a. fast  developing town whose population is now  approaching 10,000. It has a P>ty hall,  a hospital, three fair sized ^lepavtment  stores and some excellent schools,' There  are several new. housing developments  with fipe modern homes and apartments,  -but- in���sdme���subdivisions-water- has���to  be delivered by truck.        ���  v , Xmb'ng the modern public buildings  is the, city hall which was built as a pen*  - tenntal project in 1967. .There ore also  a few pf the original-Jog houses still in  use as homes, An old log chureh which  Was opened in 1900 is now used as a  museum of the church's Yukon history.  Ah interesting and unique example of log  ���'Craftsmanship  is   a   log "skyscraper",   a  three storey building erected in 1942 to  ease the housing shortage when '110,000  construction workers arrived in White^  , horse to build the Alaska, highway.  Mrs. McCrady visited the F. H, Collins High School_ where her son; Grant is  an industrial ar*te teacher. Grant and his  family have enthsuiastically answered the  call of the .Yukon and have bought a  lot'jn   the  Riverdale subdivision  where'  ���r  ICTUSES  ABLE AT  LIQUOR STORE  for  19 - 20 Year Olds  IDENTIFICATION CARDS  "AS-OF APRIL 28"  *  Cost-$1.50 plus fax  MW-MgTgCT^���^"**  BHM5tfefcBjBJ5k  -<���Jby Mory Tinkjey  they plan to build, a permanent home.  "���CJrant "likes the-school and is pavUeu-  ��� lai'ly enthusiastic about the workshop  'which is far' better equipped  than that  of-the Vancouver school where 1>e previously ' titught. -Being a 'cabinet maker  he is able to teach the students furniture  making and as a craftsman, he is himself making a1 contribution to the history  of the Yukon, He has been commissioned  , to desigir and  make a   Speaker's  chair  1' for the Territorial Council .of the Yukon.  This piece of craftsmanship* has already  been several months in the making and  '��� it will be some lime yet betore-it is ready  to be shipped to Vancouver, to be upholstered. Made of Honduras mahogany, it  -is in French-style with, a high back and  elaborate hand carving, decorated with  'the Yukon coat "of arms at the top and  an intricate design of leaf and shell oh  the-front.  Whitehorse Haas a rich and exciting  history interAvoven with stories of gold  rush days and the names such as Robert  Service, Sam McGee and Jack London.  The MacBride Museum has an outstanding collection of relics of the gold*rush.  Three old sternwheeler riverboats,. which  once plied the Yukon River betweehrtlye  Klondyke anci 'y/.hiteh'orge, can now be.  seen on the ,bonks of. the Yukon. Que of  them, the S.& Klondyke, will������ shortly be  restored as a tourist attraction,  On the north side of town is an  Indian burial ground with many of the  graves covered by small houses for tbe  protection of the spirits of the departed  Mis. -McGrady visited Whitehorse  Rapids hydro dam __ w,l\icli harnesses the  mighty Yukon River above Whitehorse,  and is equipped with a million .dollar-  fish ladder The dam has tamed the river  through Miles Canyon' and the Whitehorse rapids which were scenes of tragedy at .the turn pf. the century when gold  fever was at its height and men would  take  atty  risks  for  the  chance  of  gold  ��� It was in these troubled waters that t?he  author, Jack London earned thousands of  dollars guidingjfboats for alee of $25  In aJo*'ely location beside the clear  and swift running Mclntyie Creek, is the  old Copper King mine, the scene of one  of the Yukon's major disasters about  40  \;fl��rg     11 tr\    nnrl.   fi*/ni-*re .   nfhinl  were never- recovered  On Easter Sunday, the McGrady family saw what is- the local version of an  Easter egg hunt, which consists of a helicopter   dropping   pingpong   balls   on   a  snow-covered field- There, was' Heen  competition among the. local children for  the pingpong balls could be cashed hi fpr  Centennial dollars. The event is most  popular and draws bigger crowds than  did the recent visit of Prime Minister  Trudeau.' -  They explored some of the country,  around Whitehorse. Qrivin'g west on the  Alaska Highway, they saw the'old Dawson trail whefe it crosses the. Ta^hini  River, The 'road passes^Jhrough miles  and miles of forests devastated by fire.  Gidwth is so slow in this part of tho  -world that fire scars remain an eyesore  for a long time  Arriving at Haines Junction," 100 miles  west   ot   Whitehorse,   they   were   spellbound hy the' magnificent heauty of the  SI. Ehas Mountains which- }ay"~just~ahead"  of thera, rising in  jagged." peaks up  to  nearly 20,000 ft, against a cloudless sKy-.  They would have liked to continue and  explore the .Highway as it turned- northr  ward into Alaska, or a branch road which"  turned   southward   into   the   Panhandle,  but with  the spring  run-off begun,   the  s -  ft-  , 1.  'inirster see  OE,_aiiti-litte  . "I AM concerned' ("bout' )Hter���those unsightly, bits and pieces of' what might  bo callecl"casual ^ai"bage scattered about  our streets, along our highways, and in  our iecreation areas. '  3 .-puppor  h A, 1 '  pto"  speeificaUy-Laimfid-.���id    those  types  of  vehicles." ' j  The Litter Act also directs that containers far soft drinlcs "and beer, whether  bottled or (Jans, are refundable in British  "1, know that -many .other citi-sens pf    Columbio, "ind it empowers conservation  British Columbia shore ihy concern/and 1  oWce*,s' pa}"fis'officers, forest rangerj" and  I urge them to join'me in doing gbipe- ' Pthers to qpfaxce the law-  1 Some cpovjotiops have already been  made under the act, which provides for  0 maximum "fine of $500.  ''This is the centennial year ot British  Columbia's joining Canada and many  special events are planned," the minister  said,; "There is a goad probability tha't  W0 will have more visjtocs this year than  in any year  in our  history.   When yow  .thing about it-"  With   those ' words,   the  Hon.  W.   K.  Kiernan, Minister of Receration and Cnp-  scivation,  and Minister of Travel  Indu-'  otry, announced thai May 9-15 would be  AntirLitter Wee,H inBritish Columbia,  >���>.  "We all have an obligation here,"-the  minister said. "I feel it fair to again seek  assistapce-and suggestions from members  a)f the' Legislative' j^sembly-,'' mayors,  school boards/all those associated with  the travel industry, and the press���all of  whom last year' contributed so much to  roads were In ^poor condition so Ujfy.^the SUocess of tlje first Anti-Litter Week,  turned back to-Whitehorse the way they * Tknow everyone will want to'participate  had come. N6t far from Haines-Junction, ,. in the campaign with special programs  they  came   suddenly   upon .a  cowmopse     und  activities."   '       ��'    ' '"  and her calf. ;��� ���-������--yfe������.-_���������' ���,���   - <   * . '  ��� , ...     -,*1     -'      x^ii * ,      Mr,"Kiernan said that during the next  They made- a trip to Carcross fifty, ���ir^e'Veeks he would be-contacUng pro-  miles southwest of .Whitehorse., Ji, =wm-;^viripiaV Jtid community, leaders through-  in this.. little: town, nesthng among the, mlt British Columbia, asking their co-  most northerly peaks^of the CoSSt Xwm,^operation ; in generating " an awareness  that the last spike on the White fm ��� about litter and encouraging community  and Yukon Rai way was driven in ^QOfemcttbiVin cleaning up littered areas.  Before   the   railway     was    extended   to   ,      J"A. ,, ,...      ,     '    ,,  Whitehorse, Clrcross was famous as the' Outdoors     Unjittered,    a   Vancpuver.  lailhead  build  and  their   baggage   through  three   lakes,  ; consider that one piece of Titter no larger  thon your fist can spoil, a priceless view,  we can see that we must put some effort  into, keeping British Columbia/beautiful."  All gobies lay elongated eggs attached  .by. stalks to stones", JeHves", roots or the  side Qf their sand or mud hurraws.  qffi^iij-j-ffiiiil,  V-****,-"  mm mm  PRESENTS  11  11  STARRINQ:^ Tally  Seyq|es  apd  Arlcqo  Pdh| ���  In, Color  If- 8 p.n*.  9m1 1�� P-nit  it'1  Friday, SqtMfday, Monday  April 30, May 1st and 3  coming %mm W ORDER  ���'�������.������.      .    _  The Adventurers  .      0        ��.. .  The Executioner  '    ~r0-  ���    Latitude Zero  -horse, Clrcross was famous as the'    , .',J"^U^.    "'"imsu'.^ ^v-ai yuuvC|7  sad and miners would slop there to-->-*d organwatton, was cited, by the nun- ��� 1  rafts and crude boats to carry them : |^ter ,f ^n' excellent, example of.a "grass- |  iheir   baaeaiie   throueh  three   lakes #00^     response   tp   the   litter   problem. ]  ki the Yukon River. There is an old.  store, a railway ' station bouse*- and the  Caribou Hotel, all built about 1900,, The  hotel' is famed for its crotchety old parrot  which is reputed to be 123 years old.  During Mrs. McCrady's stay in Whiter  horse, the sndw~was disappearing from  the lower elevations and the ice was be7  ginning to break up in the lakes "and  rivers. Only a few hardy trees such as  spruce, pine and aspen can survive the  hard winters, and the lawns of the homes  haye.to be seeded every spring.  It   will' be   a   while   yet,   beifore   the  ^ Of  green lawns and sprkig flowers, but Mrs.  McCrady, on arriving home, felt a particular joy tii find her garden a mass of  blossom,aWith daffodils, flowering currant,  kirscythia and pansies in full hloom!  - "They, have  demonstrated  what  can  be  done- ' .  'Boring "the past three months 41)0,000  copies'of a brochure which quotes the  Litter Act in full, as passed by the Provincial Legislature in 1070, has been distributed throughout the province by the  Deportment of Recreation and Conserva-  ' tion, and Department of Travel Industry.  Rather than having the brochures, sent  out automatically, school boards, municipalities and travel.industry organizations  had beep advised of the availability of  the_...materia.!, arid;, asked that they order.,  according  to their 'needs.  "-Tire respolrse was gratifying,*' Mr.  Kiernan .s'gid, "particularly-from some of  the owners, dealers! and manufacturers  of camper-trucks- and travel-traileis because some sections of the Litter Act,  dealing with the "disposal .of sewage, are  !  S"M��iif��ff  >��&-.  'AIRWAYS  'LimiTED  PORPOISE BAY RO��p,  BOX 640, SECHELT* B.C.  ]/ Bi#sifiesstft@fi s  Special fo Fein tourer   -  DAIl,Y MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY  Leave SECHELT  or GIBSONS  8:00 a.m.  Return From  VANCOUVER  5:00 p.m.  .00 RMurrt  ,   FOR RESERVATION CALL  Vancouver Nanaimo ��� Sechelt  68^-4922- 753-2041 885-2214  t  ��� X-. 0  ,TV  T^O  V ;r  s - '  ^        ^.  ',  *       *r   "  i  j  v^  3K\fe^  PARKAY  2 lb.. .0  BONUS WHOLE  52 oz. can..  CASHMERE  4 ro|l pack  MAXWELL HOUSE  1  lb,' pkg,.'.   MATI  ���    GARDEN GATE  a    48' o��, .....  CARNATION  16 oat,   DELMONTE CREAM STYLE    .  14 ox, fane*/ , '.  DELMONTE FANCY ASS6RTED  14 ox *       .    ,,     . .  ^  <D-^  McCORMICK'S  13 V% ox.   MALKIN'S FANCY  B.C; FREESTONE, 14 ox,  Z    PLASTIC STRIPS  sP    Pkg, of 100   .'...,..  NALLEYS BANQUET..DIM-5  ��� 48 ox.. .,:... ,.���,. ;   PAPER TOWELS  BAR SOAP imm  Scott  195's Big Roll  A\  BATHROOM TISSUE t?  TOOTHPASTE 337  WAXED PAPER Ki,  UTILITY BARS  plasty s��  50's  LUNCH MEAT ?n.;  SHREDDED WHEAT,  LB.  GRANNY SMITH  NEW CROP   FANCY CALIF.  VALENCIA5  M  CTT3  LB.  LONG ENGLISH  IWi.MI,MW.IWI.W��MW.tMMIWWW��WWMWMfl^i��i,>W<IWp��W����WW��iWIWM^  'Block Cornloli  24 oz. up, c'icli  ><��vwiw��ww'w��fi*%rtn*vi*ww^*ww*vyvvv*w^��v����*<ww**��wwww^  wjwi  il.  !mkn of Sle  InimariSniioi ^  AtBUtVaS AND M SET  OF PICTURES AVAILABLE  TMIS W^EKf  Now Set of Ptcturof) each  Week lor  10 Weeks      %'  \  WMIW'fit%^  �����     ������ ~      Mill,!,(,,  ItiifiniUKiLif  , ��I lii, tjl ill       '  >iiM��i��riii��i/'/i��i  AWllHtlHI llll  i:,ih��ih/imi<iI(��|��)  Frtll��ifcrJwCli8|?in��%(,f    ���''  'aiM��a��1ivattat.-i��Mj^^  s  PHIC^ EFFECTIVES TMUH$M APRIt 29Hi TO SAT., Pv,1AY  lot  *~r**0rf '  JTOAIL BAY CENTRE - SECHELTJ  \,0\-n *mwam mv ��� ��� *-*nf unm ^r��m*��^�� J*v  ������ ��� .������������������ '  M MMt.l.0**0Jtwtl   0*&-l'�� ��� .11   M   m    �����..     ���!������������  ^������Jfc-.^l   l*���  m.  fc'l.ouo 0CMi~202a  7z7/7nAn/7nnnuun/7��/��7nAnnn/jnnnnnnnnnnna7Ui  EACH  IPT*"*  DOZEN   i8S^��S23 BIkory @0B-dai2 fVlent Oojit.  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