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 14 hilled by dog . . .  ieep Protection Act sno  Best Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  I60fi> West 5th Ave.,  .Vancouver 9f B.C. .  Service  JUN1-9 1970  ii races cnicKe  i _  U&DER the Sheep Protection Act which,     of-occasions since the first incident, last Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, .Roberts Creek,  *    1 0"%   ��*.  *"fc  f\  +%    Vatjfat AAt,A*��ff jf*]^*    H  I   �����   ^   ���� 0.    fc*    F*al 0.0^0.    A   .Pal Y    ��k    .._    ���      .     ,Bta     ����� ������   ��� /^jLl- 1^    *    *    .L A    A f *��   fc* I*    M    ** jP-lL  1    *    ���    ^al    J|F%    -pJ *��  A   MM   A    *fe**Ff^ *      J.       *  ��   ��� ^* A tfftjk A. ft A ^ * k      - ��� ��� ���     Jl #"% Fj1^' ,*����� ��ak ... .a. a. .b. ��� *     .*    J .. A. * A* <J,a �������� ^* *���* I .  *T  wt appears, covers chicken and goats,  council is held responsible for any losses of sheep, chicken or goats that might  be destroyed by dogs within the village  in the event that owner of the dog is not  located.  Situation was brought to light at last  January 6th, but so far has eluded capture  and the owner has-not been traced.  Administrator Dave Johnston told  council he had been phoned by Mr. Wyngaert and in turn advised him to notify  the police. The RCMP later verified the  fact that they had been duly called in  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelr, Haltmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pe nder Horbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmortt*.  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mail  Union ����^*�� Label  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 7, No. 29 ��� WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1970  rheeting of Gibsons council,with,a claim    Mr. Johnston explained that under the  for $20 by Mr. F. Wyngaert who wrote  stating he had been troubled by a dog  entering his property and killing 14  chicken. RCMP ofifcers had been called  in and the dog was seen to run off at  that time. It has been back on a number  U"��� y ,��*        i    rt-  **      + J    /f     ��� V      J*.       ^  jf**  *1*0\*V. \JMBft9.tA  HOME  PROJECTS  At last meeting ol Gibsons Council, an  application for a business licence for a  home operated service repair led to suggestion  that council  take a   long hard  Act, council is indeed responsible, and  that a property owner is not responsible  for keeping dogs from his property. Onus  rests with the owner to keep his dog away.  In the event that an owner cannot be  traced, then council is liable due to .the  fact it collects dog taxes. He added that  at one time this was not so, providing  no taxes were collected, however, this  was changed a few years ago and responsibility rests with council, taxes or  no taxes.   .  Alderman Ken -Sspsby expressed sur+  prise that council should be held responsible "he is allowed to shoot a dog  on his premises under such circumstances  and I don't see why taxpayers' money  should have to go to pay for the chickens  and I fail to see that it is the responsibility  of the village to look after his chickens,"  he said.  Both acting  chairman   Ken  Goddard  look at, "such future requests for it was   . and Alderman Gerry Dixon expressed the  pointed out that a number of businesses  are now operating from homes, which is  not fair to established business properties.  $500 FINES  Two Vancouver men, Robert Lee  Cpughlin aged 24 and 23 year old Stanley  W. Mathews appeared in Gibsons court  last week following an earlier remand  and were fined $500 each and placed on  one year probation for break and entry  and theft at summer homes on Keats  Island on or about May 9th.  GOOD NEIGHBORS  .Rev. Dennis Morgan suggested Gibson  Council consider combining its annual  "cteari-up" week with a "good neighbor"  week as a means of creating good spirits  between residents. If run concurrently  costs of advertising could be shared ber  tween the two. It was agreed to seek  further clarification and to advise Rev.  Morgan, that this year's "clean-up" week  has already gone.  ACCIDENT  It was family affair for Cuningham's  Ambulance Service, last Friday when  Bob had to ..rush, his wife Joan into St.  Mary's Hospital with a badly gashed leg.  Joan who. has administered first aid  to many accident victims, was her own  attendant this time, and she will be in  hospital for a few days yet with the laceration received when she fell on a sharp  edged rock.,  CHAMBER MEETING  Members of. Sechelt and District Chamber^ of Commerce are advised to notify  the-*Secretary������--if- they, plan on' attending . be;able, to build when ready, the owner  the next and final dinner meeting of the nbwwishes to build but has run into seiv-  season, to eb held at Lord Jim's Lodge, age problems.                        ,'  Wednesday June 24th. Social hour 7 p.m. Appearing at last meeting of Gibsons  Dinner 8 p.m. Council, Mr. Myers said he had run into  view that they could not understand why  the owner has hot been traced considering the times the dog has been causing  trouble.  Aid. Crosby added that it is the more  unfortunate in that normally chickens  are mot allowed in the village under  present bylaws. In this case the poultry  farm was established before the bylaw  was brought in. He suggested Mr. Wyngaert be informed that "council does not  pay for such things. He argued that he  was not opposed to the amount which  was certainly not excessive, he simply did  not feel council should set a precedent.  Mr. Johnston pointed. out that Mr.  Wyngaert was actually within. his rights  according to the Act which he read out  to council.  Motion that council not pay but seek  advice from the lawyer should there be  further demands, failed to get a seconder.  Motion was then made by Alderman  Dixon that the RCMP be asked to attempt  ^vaa*i aaj�� M^ii'AVf jtj.b.- rGiry Auinoniv  marks 10th birthday  Barfaeque Bound  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Committee  won't have to worry about catching  salmon for the planned barbeque, for  Orville Skogan; Morris Nygren; Ken  Hewitt; Bob Nygren and Shirley  Brown who was working when this  picture Was taken, fishing from the  Nygren Bros, charter boat Cheechako  landed 26 springs during the past  weekend, donating a total of 245 lb.  or dressed fish for the 2nd Sea Caval-  Many co-operate . . .  i ��  LAST year's first  Gibsons  "Sea  Cavalcade" proved such a success.-that the  three day event shows every promise of  prepared to assist with ideas or labour. In  this respect it is suggested committee  chairman Bill Scott, or the Cavalcade rcp-  .������-����������"- -'���"' ��.-.--..-...��,.      f.a.Aa    T artrocr   -.nrintr  wpio-hArl  in   nt   ' -.*��� aay ewm snows every ��� pramiw w     cnairraan oui..  to find the pWner who would then have     ca-ae.  Largest spring. weignea.m ai   tecaming a leading annual attraction/ and    resentatives of any of thc above mention-  to pay. Failing this, council pay up. This    over 40 lbs and ilShing in tue Oap    thc commiUee  nas  already  j^^g into    ^ organizations, be contacted.  was approved.  is good.  Costly hold-up . . .  Health Inspector shortage  creates building problems  HAVING purchased a waterfront lot on !  Gower Point Road a few years ago  at which time he was assured he would  difficulties regarding a septic tank due to  the fact he lacked sufficient room, according to the bylaw, between his house  and the property line..  He-hadbeen told originally that there  would be no problem but since that time  new bylaws have come into effect. A  recent meeting between himself and  health officers resulted in the suggestion  of what, in effect, would be a small  secondary treatment plant which would  cost about $1,400. He told council he  would be prepared to go to this expense  action to provide an even better festival  than the last.  Much of last year's program will be repeated and enlarged and other new attractions are being investigated. The B.C.  Cycle Racing Board will again participate  and seeks to encourage local entries. Various dances and outdoor barbeques will  be sponsored by local service clubs ahd  other activities will include water sports,  junior fishing derby and boat races.  It is planned to establish an area, of  continual activity throughout the three  jays "which have been set for August 7,  8 and 9. Featured in this area will be dis-  pays and demonstrations by fchc Rod and  Gun Club, Arts Council andi|fiodel Plane,  Club. Carnival rides will alio be available and will cater to aduts as well as  the younger set.  Other community organizations so far  working on schedules include: Chamber  of Commerce, Squarenaders Dance Club,  Athletic   Association,   Firemen,   Kiwanis,  but had received no indication from thc  Health officers that even this would be    Kiasmen, Timber 'Trails'Riding Cluband  approved. . Legion,   together   with   full   backing   of  ,, Some urgency is involved in that Mr  Wrong interpretation  brings protest letter  RECENT suggestion by Gibsons Council  that the owner of a vacant lot, adjacent  to the Chamber of Commerce boat ramp,  be asked to permit boat owners use of  the lot for parking their boat trailers,  brought forth a protest from a nearby  resident.  Letter to council stated she had read  in .the local press .that council sought permission to use the property as a trailer  park and that she opposed such a proposition due to habits of people already  visiting that location.  Acting Mayor Ken Goddard said he  feels the resident had got the wrong  impression and that all council had in  mind was parking for boat trailers while  owners were boating. This was to avoid  congestion on the road.  It was moved the complainant be so  informed.  BRITISH Columbia Ferries celebrates its  tenth aniversary on June 15, and it  has been a decade of remarkable progress.  With its fleet of 23 vessels serving 26  ports, carrying nearly six million passengers and logging 931,000 miles, the  operation is one of the largest of its type  in the world. Instead of smug complacency, the service is reaching for new_ .  horizons. j  Shipyards have benefited by the Fer--^  ries' program of shipbuilding and maintenance; the firm link established between  the mainland and Vancouver Island has  helped develop the Island; coastal communities along British Columbia's rugged  17,000-mile coastline ��� much of it inaccessible  by   road are   isolated  no  longer; the Gulf Islands have opened up.  And stable employment is offered a work  force of around 2,000.  In keeping with the trying economic  times being experienced, anniversary  celebrations will be kept low-key. All  ships will be dressed with signal flags  for the week beginning June 15, and on  the following day 90 of the original 191  employees Who joined B.C. Ferries before June 15, 1960, will be guests at a  special dinner in Victoria.  Community Club donates  $100 to swimming class  WILSON Creek Community Club held  another successful dance June 6th. The  Pen Kings played to a packed hall and a  lovely buffet was put out for everyone  to enjoy.  Proceeds of this dance went toward  Little League with the Little League'  mothers supplying the food for the buffet.  The Community Club was very pleased  with the response and support they received.  At the last general meeting it was  decided to give the Kinsmen Club of Sechelt0 $100 toward the swimming classes.  Also, the use of the hall, any days that  swim classes are cancelled.  A Centennial Committee has been  formed with Glcen Phillips as chairman  and Marg. Pearson as secretary.  The last coffee party of the season  will be held on Thursday 18th of June,  in conjunction with the Davis Bay School  sports day.  It was also noted*at the: meeting that  the Wilson Creek Orioles and Sechelt  Legion 140 Little League teams with  their coaches and managers put in a water  line from the hall over to the baseball  diamond. A water tap has been needed  over there for a long time and the club  was pleased to note that these two  teams got together and got it done.  CompctitionHis what makes all of thc  good television shows come on at thc  same time.  Myers recently sold his home in the  States and there, it seems, a capital gains  tax exists,unless money from the sale  is used within a set period on construction  of another hoi.se. Failure to meet the  deadline could cost Mr. Myers $2,000.  Mayor Wally suggested the house excavation be moved to one side of the lot  thus providing the required distance between house and lot lino for a septic  ,i.:i: ".f** ''*-*' tank, or whatever type of system might time it is tentatively planned to announce  be required, He pointed out that council     the winner of the "Miss Sea Calvalcade"  counqil,  Two recently formed organizations  have also agreed to add support to the  Sea Cavalcade; thc 10-20 Club and the  radio operators of the Sunshine Coasters  GRF Club under thc President, Roy Ma|-  yea.  The 10-20 Club, sponsors of a series of  teen dances, plan a dance early in tho  proceedings  Friday,   August  7   at   which  Lang Block Gibsons * . *  has nothing to do In regard to sewer  permits, (it is entirely up to the Health  inspector.  Mr. Myers explained that this was his  big problem, he had been told to contact  one Inspector who in turn said it was not  his responsibility, this not being his area.  The other inspector Is busy in the Squamish area and is difficult to locate and in  the meantime, time i.s running out.  Mr, Myers told Council he would be  prepared to- build on a no-occupancy  basis and take a chance on obtaining approval later for a sewage system If council  would give him the go-ahead,  He was advised that even should the  village be grunted a permit for its own  proponed newer .system soon, it will probably bo eighteen months before the project is In operation. It was therefore .suggested he move; his house foundation to  one side anil make another attempt to  obtain approval for a sewage system,  Fire cl.,"er Dick Ranniger wrote protesting the fact that gas cylinders are left  lying on Ihe. wharf contrary to fin* regulations, In the event nf fire, at present,  the (iltualioii would.he difficult to handle,  He Hugge.sti-d an area be designated solely  for the purpn.-n.rof stowing the cylinders.  Aid. Gerry Dixon suggc-itcd Ihe shipper be contacted and made nwi.ro of his  responsibilities, AdmlnlHlrator Dave  Johnslon, however, made clear Ihe fact  that mich thing** come under Jurisdiction  of the Wharfinger who has complete  t'haigo "under 'the Act lit* is in charge  and what  he nay.t goivi," he added,  Il was agreed the Wharfinger be ho  notified.  Sechelt Rod & Gun Club  annual Derby and Supper  SKCHKLT.Uod and Gun Club hu.< t.chc.l-  iiled ..1.-1 'annual one-day, Club .Salmon  Derby aiul Sea-Food "-.upper for Hiilur-  day June 201 h. MuhIci* Chef of the evening  will be Hudd l-Ynrnley who will bo in  charge of Ihe liarbequo,  .���������������       KhOW-how TU*ltrot..   (or   thl��   popular  even!   an*  LOOKS llko .Sechelt Hod & fJun Chtb landed another sprtnfMiul that wa., 3'?;^  member Hulcb Ono Is n Ruro trophy Just n mere 19 ll> 13 oz. 1% fish reeled snmr ns ,lK, s'rnr0n-s n,.r,)y   woipivin  winner wllh  this fine 41   pound   12 out 250 yds of line duilnji flj;hl wilh time r��;ao p.m. iVt,the club hoiiM*.  ounce Spring caught on 12 II),  test Butch who is an experienced (.porjs Club General Meetings will  be r.m-  line nt: Storm Hay on June 7th. Hutch fishcrinun, ponded during-July ami August ��nd .Sep-  who was fishing wilh lDurryl Kettles "-:(1��>>-*** meet will be Tlnm.day lOih.  \ ' ���-���'.**.:,' , ,  ���  contest. Club members are also considering carnival events to add color to the  festival.  The Radio Operators, now an active  organisation in the community, have, behind the scenes, operated an emergency  radio service that has played a great part  lnb aiding searches for lost children, assisted stranded motorists and provided  aid in a number of ways, They will again  provide the communications link In the  tug-boat races and the 3.r) mile bicycle  race.  A tremendous amount of work is Involved in the operation of u project .such  as the Sea Calvneade and the committee  welcomes any individual or organization  SCHOOL Board office will relocate in its   Gibsons, on the basis of a three year lease  old quarters in the Lung Block follow-    at $270 per month. '   .  ing decision reached at last. Wednesday's  Board meeting,  After two months of deliberation and  for the third time, the Planning Committee again recommended a return to the  Lang Block which the Board occupied for  many years prior vacating it in January  ltiGD,  Trustee Dave Ganshorn was absent  when the motion wns P1"* *�� the vote, -although the Board had delayed voting in  the hope he would be able to attend,  Trustees Bernard Mulligan', Agnes Labonte and Sechelt Village's newly elected  trustee John Hayes approved renting the  office accommodation In the Lung Block,  Department approves . . .  I  idBflDI  mmj  DEPARTMENT of Education  tins  given  tho School Board permission to prepare working drawings for Sechelt Elemental y and Elphinstone additions approved In Referendum No. 10.  There have been .some changes in plans  nt Sechelt which cllminale.s the need to  reniovii the neparat.' building now used  as an Art room,  Hoferrlng to the educational objective:,  of the School Board, tri'iMcc Agues Labonte recommended at laM week'ri meeting that ���tome consideration be given to  making parents aware of what goes on in  the (ichooirt, Mr, Malcolm commented that  uiilo*.;* piircnlti want to become involved  lh.'in>.olvi��. there in nut much the Board  can ilo about  il.  District Superintendent Mr, R. It  Manna s-nld that nny parent who fools  there is a problem .should contact the  .'.elionl and aiian*!,' an  iiilei view.  1.E.JB MCETINGS  With lor,:-, r.chriol l.oarrt butilness cooling up especially dining the -summer, the  Board will hold lobular meeting,*, only  on tho ttoeond Thursday of the month  during July and Auguut.  RECOGNITION  Honour Society students at Elphln-  iiIoih. had a tipcclal reward for effort  this year when thoy woro entertained al  Lord Jim's Lodge nod tho majority of  trustees approved financial support to tho  tune of $100 the funds to come from Special Education section ol tho Budget.  TriiMoo Bill Malcolm felt that Ponder  Harbour Honor Society lituduenl.s idiould  have the name typo of recognition and  it win, agreed that Ihey would bo eligible  Im  an equivalent amount per ..Indent,  Mi, Hanna Mated this typo nf recognition Is ouMomttry In many -school districts  and II would be nice If Pender and Elphln-  (.tonti ..Vudonli. could gel together for thl.s  annual treat,  HALrMOON BAY  De>.pile, negative vote.*. ca,*.t by trustees  Malcolm and (iio,fh��jib,-it .wan dcNcldod  that Halfmoon Bay School be for primary  grade:, only and th.it (.ii.de*. '.\ to 7 or *1 to  7 bo tniti'ipoited to West Secholt or Secholt Elemental>' Schools. Students pi<-  '���cntly attending Madeira Park School may  bo permitted to remain there tl Ihey so  wish.  Trustees Dr. Walter Burtnick and Bill   .  Malcolm   voted  against  returning  to  the  quarters considered by some to be inadequate for the Board's needs. ���  When the matter was first brought up  in the early part of April, secretary treasurer Jim Metzler estimated floor space  in the Lang Block at 2,400 sq. ft. At that  time Sechelt Village representative Rev.  Barry Jenks recommended that the Board  advertise its requirements for Board accommodation.  When the Board advertised it.s need  for accommodation, stating a preference .  for 3,(100 sq, ft,, Clayton and Sons, Sechelt, presently in tho process of building a  new shopping plaza, offered whatever  space tho Board required at an annual  rental of $1,05 per sq, ft,, with adequate  parking area Included, Taking Into consideration current building construction  costs, Dr, Walter Burtnick fell that all  offers received were a bargain but advised careful consideration because this  would probably be tho only time the  board would have a reasonable offer of  adequate accommodation,  At one time the -school board was renting the Lang Block for $li70 per month  as an Administrative Office and tluf B.C.  Telephone Building also in Gibsons, for  an Educational Office al $-'-l.r> per month.  When tho Board was forced lo cut costs  by the new Finance formula introduced  by Victoria, it dispensed with the mm vices  of a special counsellor and full timo adult  education director and combined the two  si ts of offices hi Ihe B.C. Telephone building. Lease of tliis building expires on Jinn*  30 but Hto Board has b.en given pennis-  M;u. to remain until December.  Commenting on the Planning Committee's decision, truster Bernard Mulligan  .���aid lljnt during tho nest three years tho  Hoard hopes to be able lo build its own  accommodation.  At Ihe prerrnt time Victoria favors  School Boards ronling^offiei, accommo|la.  lion. ..'""' .  Coimi\.....!nfl on the move which is i*x-  pt'eted to ti.k�� place during the mimmrr  months, ('halt man Shiela Kit-.on pointed  out that this would moan a Ml^ht Invreav..  in rent fioni $aa-ir> per month to $'^70 |x*r  month for. the remainder of thc year,  \  '���r*^|*^��t#l����J>>.|m^l   Wa^jr^h���  ij~��.*����miii*-**n*wi��i^i gnir^iai*w>niilrti n^ni^if ���'f^-������������r'-i--*' <*>-i**i ".-^ ���i^^i>^-<i*i*^^i.*^v*iA^Waiij��i^****4H^**-'T^<fc-����v*  rr>v  hAM^AatMA j-ah.ffc.m4%.An rt-h.��S.*S-*l.^%^��-,-fc������-*MiS.**^ Page A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, June 17,1970  fc'*att-'��*-.**.M**-^^  I  REAL ESTATE (continued)      REAL ESTATE (Cont) REAL ESTATE (conr.)  The PEOTNSULA^fVwe*  Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Classified  ^��HiiwnriwwiMint*r#iw��iMi*n��*Mamii*fcwii^  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd..  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31, 1970  Gross Circulation 2538  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Cfassificd Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion - 75c  Three  Insertions $1.50  Extrtr lines (4 words) 15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers , 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by -  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count lino.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By moil, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 mites $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By corner 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  LEGAL secretary for part  time work in Gibsons. Ph.  Mr. Leslie, 88G-2510 on Saturday mornings or write Box  G49, Gibsons.   , 46G6-30  HELP WANTED  SEMI retired gent for care-  - taking duties at fishing resort from September 30th' to  April 30th. Applicants would  be expected to do odd jobs  around the premises. Moorage  would be provided for applicants boat and a cottage at no  charge. All replies answered.  Apply Box 4575, Peninsula  Times. -   4575-30  HELP WANTED (Female)  KITCHEN assistants, for large  kitchen operation. Full time  July and August, part time  balance of year. Experience  not necessary. Apply in person Sat. morning at Camp  Elphinstone,  Gibsons.  4626-29  WANTED  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender  Harbour area.  Call  Sechelt Agenc"*"-. Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  J  Tues., June-l��4-o-Sat-^June-20-  at 8 p.m.  TRUE GRIT  Color���Starring   John   Wayne  Sun., June 21 at 7 p.m. and  Mon.,   Tues.,   and  Wed.,  June  22, 23 and 24 at 8 p.m.  THE BEST HOUSE  IN LONDON  Color���Starring   David   Hem-  mings  Restricted  4676-29  PERSONAL  WISH  to contact Latter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  . 9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2979. 4431-tfn  WORMS    a    problem?    Use  Pamovin ihe one dose treatment for pihwbrms. Available  at Kruse Drug Stores.   4501-30  Safeco Insurance  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident-free driving. Phone 885-  2235   or  call  into  our   office.  We are also agents for  Knight & Squire  Prefab and Mobile* Homes  Ask for a Free Catalogue  of Real  Estate.'  4073-tfn  WORK WANTED  EXPERIENCED drywall acou- ,  stic & textured ceilings, now'  in   Gibsons  area   and  serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast  service.  Phone  G   &   W  Drywall,  88(1-2402.       4208-tfn  HEAVY   duty   rotovator.   Ph.  8(10-2897. 4017-tfn  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Enves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd Jobs etc. All work  gunranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  005-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  ' DO   YOU    require   part-time  book-keeping,       statements,  balance    sheets.   Personal    Income tax returns. Ph, 800-9331.  4127-tfn  i^lNTTNG .md" (la-corntlng,  interior and exterior,  Phone  0ll(i-!l(lll4, ��� 4.172-tfn  C O N "S T It U C TI O F 1-WIII  frame hoUKcii, eoUiiges, finishing, remodelling mImo plumbing nnd wiring. Phone IIIHi-  2*117 or  ��8��-75��0. 4581-2!)  DRESSMAKING"nnd" nltmi-  tlons,     10    yrs,     experience  North   Vancouver.   Mm.   H<*n-  nitt.   Wi)M.n   Crt-ik.   885-91.5*11,  451111-31  Ha ACRES waterfront 250'.  WelU treed, parklike. 180  feet ramps .aad floats. Semifinished cabin located at quiet  bay at Pender Harbour. Full  price $35,000.00. L.D. payrnent.  All Replies answered. Write  Mrs. Binns. c.o. Duncan Cove  Resort, R.R. No. 1 Madeira  Park, B.C. 4574-30  DESIRABLE waterfront retirement home on Franklin  Rd., Gibsons. Stucco exterior,  electric heat and tank. Fireplace, combination living and  dining room, 2 bedrooms, compact, kitchen and utility room.  Clear title. $16,000 cash. Ph.  886-9520 or write 1074 Franklin Rd., Gibsons, B.C.   4619-29  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  2 bedroom all electric home,  Porpoise Bay Rd. in village,  large garden lot. $14,950 with  $3000 down, bal. at $100 per  month.  3 bedroom and den,, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  .3 down.  % acre of garden, lawns, and  shrubs; 3 bedroom home. $24,--  500 with V2 down.  Davis Bay���2 bedroom home,  $16,500. '      . '   "  View lots from $3,200.  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week. Commercial crew  rates. Full housekeeping. Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons,  B.C. 4423-tfn  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfirt  3 ROOM cottage by week or  month   for  summer.   Phone  885-9679   (4-7  p.m.)      4629-30  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. ��� Private entrance.  Warm & clean. Selma Park.  Working gent. only. Ph. 885-  9535. 4543-tfn  WATERFRONT cottage, one  bedroom, fully furnished, all  modern facilities including  automatic heat. Level property to lovely beach. A few minutes from Sechelt. Available  September, suit one or two  teachers or nurses. Write Box  4606 Peninsula Times, Sechelt  or phone 926-1346.        4606-30  DAVIS Bay,  all  electric  cottage, completely furnished,  spotless,   $55   per   week.   885-  9740. 4672-31  1  BEDROOM  suite near Post  'Office in Gibsons Phone  886-  7015. 4659-tfn  TRAILER SPACES  Cable vision available, full  services, including shower nnd  bath   house,   paved   roadway.  Sundance Trailer Court  Sechelt, B.C.  "Agents for General & Glen-  dale Mobile homes."  Phone  885-2812  or  885-9046  4635-31  WANTED TO RENT  DESPERATELY      new!     ~UH  bedroom house on ncrage.  Ph. 886-2540. 4625-tfn  LOCAL  businessman  requires  2   bedroom   home,   vicinity  Sechelt,   Will   sign   lease.   Ph,  8115-2421. 4631-tfn  MOBILE. HOMES  Halfmoon  waterfront���300'   at  $33,000.  View  lots���Davis Bay.  H. Gregory 885-9392  4638-tfn  SECHELT: The aristocrat  of W/F homes on 1 ac. 2  bdrms., spacious L.R., step  saver kitchen and separate  dining room, lge. carport;  beach level. Attractive terms  on $31,500.  RETIREMENT REVENUE:  Outstanding value here. Executive type 3 bdrm. home, attractive entrance hall opens to  spacious L.R. both with W-W.  Kit. is ans. to any woman's  dream with its carefully chosen tile and arborite cupboards  and matching appliances. The  adjoining dining< room features lge. windows overlooking beautiful garden and view  up Howe Sound. The 4-pce.  bathroom 'tiled in pastel shade.  Full bsmt. Deck covers dble.  carport. Many extras. Plus  cozy 4 room cottage rented  same tenant 4 years.  SECHELT. Immaculate 5  room home, 3 blks. to shops  and beach. Ideal retirement  home. All new furniture in-  eluded in low price of $18,500,  Terms.  A REAL BUY! On the Sunshine Coastj 37 acres, over  1500' front on paved road. Sunny slope, creek thru'. $30,000.  Terms.  Do you dream of owning a  log home? Well here's a beauty on lge. secluded lot, and  consisting of 3 bdrms., lovely  livipg room with fireplace,  kitchen. Let Us show it to you  soon.  Full  price only  $21,200.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Glbsoris, B.C.  ' Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  4679-20  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road, Gibsons, good view.  Phone 885-2818 days, 886-2600  eves. Write Box 4039 Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C.   ,4039-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  2  BEDROOM  all   electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only. Ph. 885-2153 after  6 P.m.   4483-tfn  GENUINE log house on* 9 secluded acres near Sechelt. 3  BR., brick fireplace, workshop, garden, fruit trees etc.  $23,000. Phone 885-2871.  4650-tfn     i "  LARGE VIEW LOT  WEST SECHELT^  Suncoast    acres    subdivision,  100'xlSO', cleared, full services.  By owner, $5500.  Phone  885-2812 or 885-9646   4636-28  Safeco Insurance  is' available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident-free driving. Phone 885-  2235  or call into our  office.  We are also agents for  Knight & Squire  Prafab-and^&Jobile Homes  Ask for a Free Catalogue.  of Real Estate'.'    4673-tfn  Wilson Creek: 3.5  acres of  tey-il land. Half cleared with  vsorhe nice trees -and a good  building site, $13,200.  886-2481 ''  Gibsons: Lovely 2 bedroom  home with magnificent view.  $5,500  down only.  886-2481  ROBERTS CREEK: The makings of a fine country home  is this well built three bedroom house on 3.7 acres of  cleared' land. House is well  back from Hall Road, contains  living room with FP and very  bright dining room-kitchen.  Some finishing to be done.  This is a good buy at $16,200.  886-2481  T U W A NEK: Magnificent  view from this spot-cleared  building lot Walking distance  to boat launching and beach.  All services, $3850.  886-2481  GOWER POINT ROAD,  cleared lot, -,.i acre, .terrific  view watefront, -all services at  hand, handy to Gibsons, etc.  Only $2,500 down on $10,000,  balance $75 at 8%.  886-2481  ROBERTS CREEK, two waterfront cottages, easy access  to good beach, nice level lots.  One is being rebuilt, asking  $32,000, the other could be,  asking $24,000.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B. C.  Phone 886-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly.  bush.' Sechelt Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times. Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  MACGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY  Sunshine  Coast Highway,  Gibsons, B.C.   *  Salesmen:  Jack Warn 886-2681 res.  Peter   Aelbers  886-2991   res.  4675-29  GIBSONS VILLAGE OUTSKIRTS: Well built home in  Gulf area. Some view. Good  basement, A-O furnace, A-E  hot/Water. Full price $16,500.  -Offers and terms for quick  sale. $5,000 down.  Large country lot, over **...  acre in quiet, developing area,  close to Gibsons. $2,800 cash  or best offer on terms.  GIBSONS RURAL: Three  room house, wired and plumbed, ready to place on site  on TWO acres view land. Full  price $5,800; $2,000 dn. will  handle.  Three bedroom home, full  basement view home, close to  beach, with two street accesses, Granthams area, handy to  transport and shopping. A good  family buy at $12,500 cash or  cash to A-S of under $5,000.  GIBSONS: Abbs Road lot,  view over both Sound (and  Straits, 70 foot frontage:  $4,800. Cash preferred, but  terms considered.  GIBSONS RURAL: Pratt  Road, 5 level acres, good soil,  mostly cleared and grassed:  $9,000 full price^terms.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Do Wortman       886-2393  Vince Prewer       886-9359  Lorrie Girard        886-7760  4680-29  FOR SALE OR RENT  1  BEDROOM house  available  end of  May, Wilson  Creek  area. Ph. 885-2153 after 6 p.m.  4482-tfn  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   and  Repaired  Professionally  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4226-tfn  Evenings:  Jack White  Ken Crosby  Jay Vlsser  886-2935  880-2098  8(15.2300  40111-29  AMAZING!! A new 12'x-in'  1-2 or 3 bedroom home for  $5070.00, It's true! Neil Armstrong Mobile Homes, No, 2-  11011. nruneUe, Coquitlam, B.C,  I")ione 524-2574, 4600-35  REAL ESTATE  HANDYMAN--Roofing, gutters, down pipes, drain.*!,  l.cpali-j, and ln>.t,ill-itloi.<*, Vac-  ciium equipped chimney ?<t-  vlce, Free I'Mlmate*., gunrnn-  Iced   work,   l'hon   11115-2478.  *15117- tfn  ALTERATIONS,   inn.',*,   and  women'H      elothlllg.      A 1 ,. o  plain   Ncwlng.   NU.i   MoKcn/U*.  Ph.   1180-7589, -Hill.)..II  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing In p.-j.- ' hanging,  interior fa exterior decorating,  rug clenning.  All types of  building mnlntennnce,  Phone 8ftr��1.7lf. afl<-r 4 p.m,   "  ���'���������' 4252-tfn-  H,  B, GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFF.H:  '.. bedroom brand new homo,  100 amp .service, wired for  rung.' and W and I), Healed  by electric furnace. Move in  rli'hl   away   for  only  $14,500,  Waterfront lot at Sundy  Iloolc Spectnciilnr ylow, Ilydio nnd water |>y, full price  $11,001),  View* lot nt Silver .Sunds,  On the highway, Try your  down payment to ��>3,:i00 full  piiee,  2ft Hen-;*, with slivum through  and hydro by at Robert..  Cri-el.,, I*'ull price $23,500.  Witerfront lot nt Cotton  Pntnt,    K-rtts    Wand,    of!  $7,500.  4,7 ncie-i rlo,;o to Golf Course  good Investment  (it $0,000.  Multiple Listing Service  "P?n Hcklclcn 883-950-4  41178-26  11  .*�� '*.  *AA-" -' '���v*,,' t"A< 5A *)-,-  - V AV - "7 ' -     "*���' Av -iAA  ��w>./4^pi* Aswif,��>Jf S*.^F)*!8iit|��ea,  J^SxFiFl^Asii*^^  4v:��f'V-m^, ,i,*A, <f,AA' .I "> 7" -AA'.*  F\S.<  a:  Jr���a,     F���   F,.A       FFF.i\   F  .f1*        p    Fl,.     ,*f4    J      '  BEAUTIFUL 2Vj ACRE WILLIAM ISLAND  At   Irvine's  Landlno   In   Pcndor   Harbour,   1,400   (t,   waterfront,  ���Jieltered, drilled well. Full prlco $35,000 with $10,000 down.  98' Waterfront lot at Pcndor Horbour���$7000,  95' Waterfront lot ot Carl Cove���$9000,  % Aero ncml-watorfront lot al Carl Cove���$2500.  230' Wat��sr(ront, Pender Harbour, open to oiler.  6','-. Acre., Modnlro Pork,   1100' frontono on Hlohway���$8000,  10 Acres, Earl Cove, open to offer,  4 'ji Acr��!i with 550' on Lllllo Lake, open to offer,  I Vj Acre view lot, Madeira Park���$4500,  Many other view ond t-cml-wotetfront lot*, from $2500 to $0QQQ���  T��rm�� available on above propcrtlc*...  Dhcount for Cosh,   ���>  OLLI SLADEY    .  Madolra Park. B,C,  Phono Ponder Harbour 083-2233      /K  CARS & TRUCKS   '55 CHEV. 4 door Sedan. Good'  transportation.   885-2106.  4579-29"  1967 FAIRLANE    G.T.    390.  . -4 ..speed   trans.   Immaculate,  condition.    885-2358    after    5  p.m. 4577-29  1968 TRIUMPH      Daytona.  Full    custom.    $1050   'firm.  Phone 885-9706 eves 5-7  p.m.  4611-30'  %  TON Chev flat  deck,  17"  wheels, good running order,  not licensed. Only cash offers.  Peter Smith,  885-9463.  4677-31  19G4 PLYMOUTH Sports Fury  hardtop, V8,* auto., power  steering, power brakes, radio,  excellent condition. $1050. Ph.  886-9970. 4670-31  '65 MUSTANG -289 high performance,    good    condition,  f?12C9. 885-2455 or 885-9345.  ! 4667-31  , |  1969 DATSUN pickup. Complote with canopy. $18007 like  new. Applv Postmaster, Sechelt. * 4662-29  1955 FORD sedan for sale.  Good  motor.  885-2035.  4665-29  FOR  sale   1968  Meteor  4  dr.  sedan,    one    owner.    Phone  885-9708. 4657-31  1969 DODGE pick-up  V>  ton,  $1900,   private  party.   Write  Bos 603, Sechelt, B.C.  4661-31  MOTORCYCLES  19615    TRIUMPH    motorcycle,  650   cc,   in   good   condition.  885-9351. 4669-31  BOATS & ENGINES  12   FT.   deep   Springbok,   5Vj  hp. Evinrude complete with  (trailer.   All   practically   new.  Phone  885-2037. 4653-tfn  45 HP McCulloch    *$450  50  HP Merc      *$750  50 HP Viking      *$425  90 HP Evinrude 1964 .... *$595  90 HP Johnson 1965 .... *$625  115 HP Evinrude 1969 .. ��$1197  9.2   HP  Chrysler   $200  20 HP Johnson 1966  '.. $245  33 HP Evinrude 1965   $295  33 HP Evinrude 1968   $395  40 HP Evinrude M. 1968 $495  40 H? EvinrudeM. 1969 .. $500  40 HP Evinrude El. 1968 $525  * includes controls  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  4674-29  LOST   BEAUTIFUL silver grey cat,  lost vicinity of Mason and  Nor'West Bay Road. If seen,  please contact D. Oake, 885-  2382. 4682-29  LIVESTOCK  4   YEAR.  old    mare,    riding  horse for sale. Call 886-9801  or 885-2310 after 5  p.m.  4612-30  PETS  WANTED good home for stray  puppy (male). Phone evenings,   885-9997. 4671-29  BEAUTIFUL   toy   and   silver  miniature    poodle r puppies,  registered,   innoculated.   From  $50.  885-9797. 4668-31  FOR SALE (Continued)  USED    Beatly'   washer,    $15.-  Phone 885-2068. 4658-29  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  I  Our Representative Mr, Good Collect 263-4993 (24 hours)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  At Madeira Pork, plus 8 lots, $20,000 handled,  COMMERCIAL  AT Secholt. 471' waterfront,  all services available. Sultablo for  Motol/Hotcl complex. $68,000.  BUSINESSES  Ladles'/Children's Woor, llttlo or no competition, located right In  tho centre of tho Peninsula, Excellent opportunity. Terms,  Vorloty Store 5 & 10c located on Ponlnsula, Prime locatlqn 1750  sq, ft, Ideal for mon and wlfo operation, Stock $20,000, Terms.  Evorarccn collecting wholesaler plus small theatre. 100' watorfront  with four bedroom residence, Land alone worth half asking valuo.  High return for ownor-operator, Investigate this and phono mo,  Mr. Good 263-4993. Terms on $55,000, or your house In part  ��� trado,  PENDER HARBOURi  Located overlooking  Garden   Boy  West and  Southern  exposure  |ust oil  tho highway with eight avcrago size lots,  can bo sub-  divided,  $20,000 down or your properly In trade.  Ideal retire-  ment, Mr, Good, 263-4993,  LOTS  Two waterfront on Frances Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  each. Aho 50 ocres $45,000.  From $3250 Garden Boy Loko, see signs.  WATERFRONT  Desirable lot at Sechelt $9,250. Low down payment.  Retirement or Summer hom�� on tho hooch, Selma Park, $12,500  F.P. Terms,  LEGAL NOTICES  FOR SALE  FOR  Electrolux  supplies  Ph.  885-9474. 4421-26  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  BUY   your "trash   incinerator  from   Sechelt   Kinsmen   a.  $3.50 each. Phone 885-9542.  FULLY equipped trailer, $350  cash.   Phone   886-2529   eves.  4618-29  STEWING    hens,    50c   each.  Bring your own crates. Ph.  first.  885-9978. 4663-31  24  INCH  electric  range,  $50.  30 inch Rock Gas stove, $30.  Good working order. Ph. 885-  947L        466'4-29  1964 CHEV, 283, standard  Reliable transportation, $350.  Must sell. Also Model 270  Canadien chain saw. 2 years  old. Cash offer. 885-2014.  4684-29i  I    CHESTERFIELD   suite.    1  double bed. Phone 885-9462.  4651-31  FOUR 600x13 Firestone 4 ply  tires,  can be  recapped  $16  for lot. Ph. 885-9731.     4648-29  TENT   trailer   A-l   condition,  Price $300. Phone 885-2096.  4647-31  STUDIO lounge,  2 years old.  $50. Table and 4 chairs, $20.  Phone 885-2849. 4655-29  AUTO oil burning space heater, thermostatically controlled, wood grain cabinet, lVa  yrs. old. Excellent working  order. Ph. 886-2422       4652-29  SPEED Queen wringer washer  6  years  old,  A-l  condition,  $30.  Phone 883-2796.    4654-29  KNABE   Baby   Grand"  Piano.  excellent tone.  Phone   885-  2464. 4656--31  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� 'Boat Hardware  Compressed air,, service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  walt nygren sales  ltd:  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  Departmcntr of Public  Works  of Canada  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO the Manager,  Administrative Services, Department of Public Works,  Canada, 7th Floor, 1110 West  Georgia Street, Vancouver 5,  B.C., and endorsed  "TENDERS FOR WHARF  AND FLOAT REPAIRS���COOP  BAY  (EGMONT)"  will ba received until 3:00 PM  (P.D.S.T.) July 8, 1970.  'Plans, specifications anjd  forms of tender can be seen,  or can be obtained through  the above DPW Vancouver office.  To be considered each tender must be made on the printed forms supplied by the Department and in accordance  w.ith the conditions set forth  therein.  ,    The   lowest  or  any  tender  not necessarily accepted.  W. M. Kloeble  Manager,  Administrative  Services  4649-pub. June 17  Locksmiths and  Tug boaters.  Furriers and  Freight toters  Are just some of the workers  employed in industries covered  by Workmen's Compensation.  With free medical treatment    ���  Special therapy. And financial  aid. If you are unsure of your  coverage phone the WCB.  woRKmens  compensation  BQaRD&KS  'SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SELMA PARK No. 1623  View lot 100x200; with one nicely finished and 2 partly finished  cottages, all furnished. Excellent summer property, or holding  investment. F.P. $13,000, terms or cash offer. Call Peter Smith,  885-9463. r  HOMES  Summer or Perm, residence Holfmoon Doy, Garden flay, Pender  Horbour, split level $16,900. Loroer modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' noor Hopklni Landlno, Howe Sound, obout $25,000 will  handle, Will never bo repented, A*, a prestlrje wotcrfront residence,  Over 5 bedrooms andlQtio<,t accommodation, largo (.rounds.  Commercial Ihiilncsi ond Lorne Acreopotv Phono Mr. Good  263-4993, 24 hours, I represent your area, Clock Urol.  Really Ltd., the lorQe,t In the We.t. I om a realtor ond o  member of thjr Industrial Commerclnl ond InvMtment Dlvldon  of ido arcator Vancouver Real Estata Hoard.  WEST SECHELT ' No.  1391  Prime waterfront, 100' excellent beach on each lot. Quiet. F.P.  $14,900, terms or cash offers, Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  SELMA PARK                                             " No. 1522  Charming  2 bedroom home, steps from breakwater and  store  Redecorated, wall to wall carpets, F.P. $13,200, cosh offers.  Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  SECHELT���ON MAIN STREET No. 1493  Lovely living quarters, plus store orca, 50x200 ft. lot, 1443  sq, ft. floor area. Living area all furnished, all this for $26,900  F.P, Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  TILLICUM BAY No. 1450  Cosy 2 bedroom home, well furnished, now kitchen, auto, oil  furnace, stono fireplace. A bargain at full price of $11,900. Call  Peter Smith, 885-9463.  GIBSONS VILLAGE i     No.  1585  I00'x450' lot in prime area. Must sell. $7800 F.P,, cash offers.  Rood front and back, excellent lor apartment. Good view. Call  Peter Smllh, 885-9463,  SECHELT ,    "" '��� No.  1238  3 bedrooms, largo living & dining room, hardwood floors, 1500  so, ft,, and full ba.cmcnt, carport, doublo lot, Real buy at  $25,000 F.P. Terms loo, I minute walk to wator. Call Peter  Smith, 885-9463.  SECHELT No,  1600  Houso of Dallas, Sot up and ready to 0o, P&H statement avallablo  to genuine purchaser. All stock and fixtures. F.P. $21,500, soma  terms. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385,  WEST SECHELT    ���. "  ' No,  1577  2 view lots |ust out of Village, treed, nice slope, serviced. F.P.  $8400, half down. Call Ston Anderson, 885-2305.  DUPLEX SELMA PARK""      "  No, 1606  Rovenuo lorgo vlow lot In Snlmo Pork, Many feature!.; hot wator,  thermal windows, fireplace. A good buy, $22,000 down, $35,000  F.P. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  GARDEN BAY No. 1451  Good view lot In villago of Garden Boy, oil serviced, paved roads,  nicely treed. F.P, $4450, Coll Slon Anderson, 085-2305,  WESTSECHELT    " " " No,  1605  290 feet frontage on Norwost Boy Rood with 4,2 acre*, of level  trend property and portlolly finished house, 100 amp. tervice,  good cement cribbed well, $5000 down balance ot $75 at 0%.  Call Hob Kent, 805-9461.  SECRET COVE AREA  No   i583  160 aero lot with mostly potential vlow properly.  Two streams.  no^ ���i'.'a". $ fl4 on oao* a%k,n" Prk* on|y cn'*'i. Coll Bob Kent,  (lHa-7461,  FOR TOE SUNSHINE COAST, PHONE ME���WE SELL1  2695 Granville St,, Vancouver, Mr. Good 263-4993, 24 hour*,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE  MADEIRA PARK   NollZOR  Commercial oreo at Madeira Pork. Ovor 5001 ft of rood frontago  on this corner lot, Coll Bob Kent, 0059461.  REDROOFS ~~   "** No   Mr.3  Nice treed view lot, All services available, on'onvod rood only  steps away from beach. Ideal location for building. F.P. $4500.  Coll Slan An.lon.on, 085-2305,  MADEIRA PARK     No   ,54ft  2 level view lots on Hlohway 101. only V, mile from ichook ond  885 23B-S    ��f*'        IMV,'W>   $M0�� ,:'P��� C��" S,*on *nd<"son-  ASK FOR OUR FRFf CATALOGUE Of RFAL ESTATE  I AGENCIES LTD.  ���    Box 155, Secholt  Sechelt 88M235 Gibsons Bfj6.7015  �� ��k A ���.*A1��*mHi^i��i��*.|  <**���, -��--      *,  The Peninsula Times Page A-  Wednesdoy, June 17, 1970  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  > ���by Mary Tinkley  "   *,*"-a|l��  'J'k/74 -  - '^mj7 AM ���*    .   'A-i  *5A?f&*?��>,  *^SN|r  A,  ^**WaWI��  $   A  v<  ��  Golden Nurse  Elected by staff ballot, Golden  Nurse of St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt  is British Columbia Institute of  Technology graduate Miss Lorraine  Williams of Mission. B.C.H.A. in cooperation with Hospital Auxiliaries is  sponsoring a province-wide contest to  find a nurse whose picture will appear on a poster designed to encourage silence in places where required  in a hospital. Formerly a professional  model was used.  Special Service drew  varied congregation  LARGE  attendance   of young and   old  added to the success of a Special Service held Sunday June 7th in the Sechelt  Legion Hall to honour Pioneers and elderly citizens of the province.  Ministers and pastors conducting the  service included: Canon A. Greene, Rev.  S. Cassells. Rev. Dennis Morgan, Rev.  D. Popple and Father H. Dunlop.  Solos were sung by Mrs. Dorothy  Stockwell and Mr. Dave Hayward with  f accompaniests Mrs. Hazel Evans and Mrs.  Eva Hay ward*, ��� at the piano.  The congregation joined heartily in  singing of hymns and following what  proved to be an impressive and inspiring  service.. Refreshments ,anjd. an enjoyable  social hour lerrhihated'the"event.  Plans are already under-way for a  similar service next year and it is hoped  it will prove an even better affair than  this one.  AFTER several days of unsettled weather, a parfect day dawned on Friday for  the Halfmoon Bay School sports. Bright  sunshine and a pleasant breeze created  perfect conditions and brought out every  child in the school, all the young mothers  and/preschoolers, of. the.-Bay and even a  few fathers. The races, convened by Mrs.  Mary Mellis, the principal, went without  a hitch. Results of the races were as follows: A ,  ",'  Dash���Team 1: Elsie Kingston, Travis  Douglas. Team 2, Brenda Douglas, Darlene Greiner. Team 3: Ernie Kingston,  Nick Van Egmond. Preschoolers: Kim  Greiner, Stephanie Murphy, Sherry Jorgensen.  Peanut and Ruler���Team 1: Freddy  Hansen, Ginger Cunningham.  , Ball Hopping���Team 2: Mary Connor,  Sandra Jorgensen. Team 3: Claude Char-  leton, Nick Van Egmond.  Wheelbarrow Race���Marcia Greiner &  Ginger Cunningham; Travis Douglas &  Colin Evans.  Hot Potato���Team 2: Margie Van Egmond, Ross MantOn. Team 3: Brenda  Dougla, Louise Murphy.  3-Legged Race-���Team 2: Darlene Grei-.  ner & Starr Ma'nfori, Benda Douglas &  Mary Connor. Team 3: Darlene Greiner &  Claude Charleton, Nick Van Egmond &  Ross Mantoha  Ball Throw���Team 1: Travis Douglas,  Freddy Hansen. Team 2: Brenda Douglas,  Louise Murphy. Team 3: Claude Charleton, Ernie Kingston. .  Shoe Race*���Team .1: Colin Evans, Ginger Cunningham. Team 2: Sandra Jor*-*  gensen, Brenda Douglas. Team 3: Ross  Manton, Ernie Kingston.  Sack Race: Team 1: Travis Douglas,  Maria Greiner. Team 2: Brenda Douglas,  Margie Van Egmond. Team 3: Starr Man-  ton, Enie Kingston.  Preschoolers Ball Race���Team 1:  Sherry Jogensen, Kim Greiner. Team 2:  Jimmy Toth, Margaret Connor.  One of the most exciting events of the  day was when excited youngsters stood  on the sidelines cheering on their mothers  in a dash. Com petition was so keen and  the results so close that the race had to  be run twice to determine the winners,  but eventual winners were Mrs. Suzanne Van Egmond, Mrs. T. Evans and  Mrs. Douglas.  Judges were Mrs. Don Rutherford,  Mrs. Ralph, Lynds and Mrs. Ted Toth. A  perfect morning wound up with a lunch of  hot dogs and ice cream which disappeared with surprising rapidity. Refreshments were convened by Mrs. Pat Murphy  assisted by Mrs. Cliff Connor and Mrs.  Mary Kingston.  SCHOOL SUCCESSES  It has been claimed before in this column that we have a particularly fine crop  of teenagers at the present time and the  awards announced by Pender High School  last week certainly seem to bear this out,  for, students from the Halfmoon Bay area  carried off a lions' share of the awards.  Fred Pye of Secret Cove received a basketball award for the most valuable play-  ANGLICAN CHURCH  FOR ST. HILDA'S SERVICES  Call 885-9440  or 885-9673  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  s   Church Servico 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 005-9665  AM We/come  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Service  11  a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10i00 a.m.  Church Servico ���- 11:15 a.m,  Evening Sorvico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  * Davit Day Road and Arbutui'  (2 blocks up from Highway)  Tho  United  Church  of Canada  SUMMER SERVICES  St. John'* United Church - Davli Doy ^  Sunday Service** ��� 9:30 am,        *"*  Robcrtt Creek United  Sunday Services ��� 11;00 o,m.  Mini.try  Mr, Grohnm Dickie - Dovlr. liny - M.5-2070  Rc-f, Jim WHHnm'.or�� - Gllw.ni .'1,1.6.233.1  F.VFRYONG WELCOME���Inlormal Drc&.  ll  Tlio Spiritual Revolution'  DAHAI'S* OF SUNSHINE COAlY  885-2088 - Secholt, B.C.  Bohal Fireside  every Tuesday - Phone 886-2078  er. The Mercer family came in for their  share of honours with John receiving the  award for Top Male Athlete and Jim the  Academic* Award.  The Kingston family carried off three  awards, with Joann winning awards for  Junior Girls Basketball and for all-round  participation in P.E. Gwen, partnered by  Pat Henderson won the Mixed Double  Badminton award. Pat also received -the  award for Boys' Double with a Pender  Harbour boy as partner. Deirdre Murphy  also carried off two awards for Citizenship, and Junior Girls' Volley Ball. Elaine  Moffat received a service award.  *    _  In these days when teenagers com��| in  for a deal of criticism, it certainly lcok.'.  as if we can be mighty proud of our  young adults.  HERE AND THERE  Mrs. Alan Greene just back from a  month's visit to England reports that she  had a wonderful time and that the weather was superb. She visited friends in  Warwickshire, Lancashire and DevOh and  visited the new home in Sidmouth of her  sister. Miss Pauline Andrew. She toured  the south coast and stopped off at Bright-  stone, Isle of Wight for a visit with a  friend she had not seen for 52 years. The  return flight was comfortable and pleasant.  Home .at Eureka after a. 6,000 mile  trip across Canada and the US are Mr.  and-.Mrs. Anton Kadin. They Visited Ontario, North Dakota and Minnesota���-where  Anton had a happy reunion with his sisters. They crossed back into Canada and  visited friends in[ Saskatchewan and Edmonton and then crossed back into the  U.S. for more visits in the Western  states.  Mrs. Mary Harvey's recent guest was  her son Rex Luster of Salida, California,  Who flaw north with a friend to spend a  few days with her. She also received a  visit from Mrs. Carol. Tyson of Water-  ford, California and took her for a visit  to Victoria. It was Mrs. Tyson's first visit  to Canada and .after leaving Waterford in  a temperature of 105 degrees she thought  our climate was delightful and ��� the country beautiful.  She thought the people were very  friendly and she liked the "unrushed"  pace of life here.  Mrs. Stan Moffat and Kit were in  Vancouver last week-end to attend a wedding. They also found time to help Elaine  settle in her new home in Norh Vancouver. She has "been appointed to the  staff of the Imperial Bank of Commerce.  Following Evensong at the Church of  His Presence last Sunday, Mrs. Alan  Greene held an open house (tea in honour of the Rev. and Mrs. D. Poole and  their daughter, Helen. Guests came from  all over, the Sunshine Coast to meet the  nraw Anglican Parish Priest and his delightful family.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Conley who stayed  at Killaly during Mrs. Greene's holiday  in England, have now left the Bay and  settled in Princeton.  . REALTY LTD.  4701 E. HASTINGS ST., N. BURNABY  A REAL BEAUTY! Fully furnished cobin on 1.2 acres. Only steps  to good beoch & sofe anchorage in secluded cove.  NEW 2 Bdrm homo on  100' W.F. Only $26,500 w/good terms  avail.  $700 Dn.  buys excellent semi-w.f.  lot for summer cobin, only  $2200 F.P.  FOR EXECUTIVES! 3 Bdrm. 1500 sq. ft. bsmt. homo on 80' W.F.  in W. Sechelt MUST BE SOLD! Try your D,P. & Terms.  Near new bsmt. home on 6 VIEW acs, in rural Gibsons, Excellent  subdivision possibilities to recopturc your D.Pymt.  Enquire to-day about Sondy Hook lots for Sale!  REQUEST  YOUR   FREE  CATALOGUE  ON SUNSHINE  COAST  PROPERTIES AND REMEMBER THAT BLOCKS TRADE  ACROSS CANADA!  G. Knowlcr 298-0541 or 291-2881  If  ' fV* AA^ A'vA,  i.���.Ii ...iM. in.Anii.,,.-.]';,,.ii..,:,.',n'j.^i-y  fe'.'  i  I-*  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This freo reminder of coming events Is a servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for frco listings, specifying "Dato  Pad", Please noto that spaca Is limited and wme advanco dates may  hava to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  i/ia-tn-mwrV"*.*"^^  June 17���from 12 pm, Sechelt Indian Village Hall, Rummogrj Solo,  June 18���1:30 p,m, Legion Hall, Scchcll, Senior Citizens' Av.n,  Juno 18���Irom 9:30 a.m, Wilson Creek Coffee Party nnd Sports Doy.  June 19-    Floor Choral Singers fl p.m.' Flphliv.tono School |r. cancelled.  June 19���7 p.m, Legion Holl, Sechelt, Klrv.men sponsored Swim Class  Parents Nile.  Jono 20���1   p.m.  Sccehlt   Indian Villago  Holl,   Homomaken   Bo/nor,  Radio ond Tea.  June 20 from 2 p.m. St, Hilda's Holl, Sechelt,  Gordon Club Flower  Show,  Juno   28���from   10   a.m,   Behind   Super-Valu,  Gibson*.,   Timber,   Troll  Riding Club Gymkliono.  June 29  nnd   30���10  o,m,-4   p m,  Serhell   Legion   Holl,   Swim  Gov*  reg I1.! rot Ion.  ASK ABOUT OUR SAFECO INSURANCE  AND SAVE MONEY  Multiple LUtlng Servlc*  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES*  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs .,.,  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in oil price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Avo., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  Free Estimates --. Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings."  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402  Box 185, Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO Of Ii FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten vears to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need building Supplies  Give Us A Call-   FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL. WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching ���<��� Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvicw Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Linelw  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At the Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop'��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive ahd Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Weav  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tol: 883-2414   READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Bcninger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furnlluro Recovery a Specialty  Rnc lino of fobrlcs.  Samples brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AUDIN  Tel, 885-9575 - Davis Bay  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secholt to Pender Harbour  Phono 883-2426   R.R.  .Madeira Pork. B C.  GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK  Albert Ronnbcrg 886-2996  or Norman Coatcs 806-2483  Welcome to Floorr,hlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Sfw-cinli-sM In droning - Floor Woxlnn  Sprny Uultlnjj - Window Clcnnlno,  RfASONAnLr, RATTS  KEN C.  STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - G.bf6ns. BC.  tatifa..���*-  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  MICKIE'S BOUTIQUE  Specializing  in ���Permanent Florals  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-2339  a In the Richter Block  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' ana* Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street-. Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nlta's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2813  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m.ato 5:30 p.m.  Res. 8B6-9949   C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phono 885-9713   HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsoil  Fill - Drain Rocks - Sewers  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone 883-2265 or 883-2721  ��  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.    *  or 886-2873  Scows ���- Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment* Moving fi. Loa Towlna  L. HIGGS   Phone 885-9425   P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe' Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates   Phone BBj^-7^7  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast- Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  (to 9 p.m. Friday)  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  ���*^��rt*lrfl��fcJ1(11(-|lldiJW^1t,*  fa^ ���Jiti*^&$^a>*<&��+&h-���-*1^ *���&&���*���*>^^  U*,"^  **���*-���*���---��* *" VJ*?**"^  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Architectural Dcsignert . General Contractor*  Residential ond Commercial  Phono 685-2013, Sechelt,  or Von��mrer 681-5710  AtEXfCA  ."'"'     "' v';A'A:  ,ANADIAN   JfM-MNE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATtS  Phono 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons, B.C.  Offico 886-2481 Res. 886-2131  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marino Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  005-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pcndor Harbour  Parts & Marine Servico  Dealer for Evlnrudo,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak,  Springbok,  K&C Thermoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  Rototllllna - Lnwni and Lonthcoplna  Corprntry ��� Plumblnrj - Soptlc Tonkn  Lotf. cl��ored of rlobris or ony jol��.  No Job Too Smoll and Seldom Too Ulg.  Phono 805-9410  William S, Doolcy, R.R. I, Secholt, B.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Camper Slid, Tully Modern Cobins,  Tenllnci Grounds  Lnunchlna Ramp, Bool Rentals, Moorogo  Uncrmvrtrrt HaTtirol Srttlnn In the Hcort of the  Fishing Ground*., Follow lho ilon*.  803-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Pork, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block'  Next to tho Co-op Store  ' RNIE WIDMAT*      "  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential, Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  ���*/ *'  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-217.*.  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anvwhere In Canada,  General Freight.  Low-bed, and heavy  hauling.    i , i ,     r  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  , Phone 886-2863  Box, 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast- Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUlT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER- PEATMOSS  Phone 886-2684  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas ��� Diesel Rcpolrs - Welding  Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Servico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Toping ond Fllllno by bond and machine  *���Sproy Tex Spnrklo Codings���  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  CHUCK'S PAINTING 8.  DECORATING  For Tho Best Job In Town  Phono 885-2375 anytime  FREE ESTIMATES  Box 593, Sechelt  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Oiv. of Coait Backhoo & Trucking Ltd.  Fibroalon Septic Tanks told and installed  Dioin Tile - Cement - Rulnforclno Rod*,  Distribution Ooxt"., etc,  Box 09, Madeira Park  ,- Phono 883-2274  COAST BACKHOE 8, TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Grovel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 003-2274  ' ��J��A��jAA A**AA��.*/.F**.*��AF��F\A��IIA AJkAAAa��Al\AAAJVlVn JaJ.AH  r  Gibsons  '886-2322  ���5-***  rm mm  Sechelt���885-9654  mww  i  .(-*  r J*��  o  Page B-2  The Peninsula Ti'mos Wednesday, June 17, 1970-  />���   "��������**> -a.  i  7 a,  \\  Is&f  af-a  J  '       -5.  -a  i'  a..  -j*  c  *<->.  -/  J  *\-   -\ r  ,**-v*        ~  *n      ��>A>V     '"���>*���<  'v*"'-.  ' ��>���4���-*,k   *���"  "if I   ,  a I .  .     7"' -/'   '��  i  ���*+\f       4  L  f*/l�� JVXJ       *  '/' ', J- ,F��  ��- r.  -'V  .-*  /I'  -r"  a-  l  ;  i     I  Installation  tA  i  V\  Panthers ' .   10 8 2  Legion 140 10 5' 5  Sunnycrest 10 2 8  Game results:  Monday May 25: Panthers 18; Sunnycrest 9. Winning pitcher Kevin Star.  Wed. May 27: Panthers 15; Legion  140 14. Winning pitcher, Carl Swanson.  Home run ��� Sven Paulson of Legion 140.  Sat. May 30: Sunnycrest 21; Legion  140 6. Winning pitcher Miles Williams.  Home run ��� Jim Green of Sunnycrest.  Monday, June 1st: Legion 140 ��� 8;  Panthers 2. Winning pitcher, Robert  Charlton. Home run Schwabe.  Wed. June 3rd: Sunycrest 10; Legion  140 ��� p. Winning pitcher, Rodney Smith.  Fi-iday, June 5th: Panthers 17; Sunnycrest 3J Winning pitcher, Dave Fromager.  Readers' Right  Looking forward to a happy evening   the Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek are,    Lawson;   Retiring Honoured" Queen    iuiie> Fflrtmia  of celebration after the beautifully   from left:   Senior Princess   Elaine   Glenys Macleod and-Junior Princess   Ij|"ie **eag����-  ,    .,-...���,.._.���        ...       . . _ _    . -_ Editor, The Times  Sir: On behalf of tho Wilson Creek  Community Association may we extend  our thanks to the Little League mothers  who so generously donated the lovely  food for the buffjt-at'the Little League  dance.  And also to everyone who gave us  their support by coining out, once again,  thank you.  HELEN PHILLIPS  Wilson Creek Community Assoc.  irfu     In ,m i "fallaftitlfcwMaMMfa***!*.  !  T?/o more games lefi  for Babe Ruth season ��� *V"';^ ''���<^-^��<'<-*''<<i<^->, aaa, v;- r^-.^.,,,r.fTr, ^  .... ...       .      . . ,i  JUNIOR Babe Ruth Baseball is fast coming to the end of the season with just  two more games scheduled.  Oh Wednesday June 17 at Hackett  Park Panthers meet Sunnycrest and on  Sunday June 21st, Sechelt meets Sunnycrest at Brothers Park.  League standings show:  E W        L  -1  conducted Job's Daughter's Installa-   Mackenzie; Honoured Queen Darlene   Lynn Brady,  tion held last Saturday evening in  ��� " 1*1  a.    -a.  A\  -* ���vjy {'���","' -r-'i^wf ^mi��*i  ���**,      1    "*        *  'a       >*>���?,  toTp*?"***^ "y  .-���j  -,    a   ,-  ���-\ '71  .-i" >;  ' -a i-<"  ,    7 ' A '^-tf.. &**    -,: ,ir  *- r -  .rt-  ***.  v'.    -.  * A--* r I    i'K<--'  '"'-1-.'���*     'i--*    ri- ��!  '   %        Vf^  A ^v*;;,^ -ix    ,-a.i.   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"Like  when it-reaches twelve o'clock, we start  over again." , -.j '  ��7  i  / * f ������������** v* ���*  /' ���>  r  -  v.V  * \ *  i  ";  -  Honoured Queen . . .  m  hold rasfallafI0.11 ceremoiiY  CHOOSING  the Twenty-Third Psalm  as younger generation, but after witnessing  the theme for her installation, Miss the conduct of the young ladies participat-  Darlene   Lawson   was   installed   Honored ing in  the ceremony,  and  knowing that  Queen of Bethel No. 28, International Or- women have always been the leaders and  der of Job's Daughters, on Saturday ev- directors of men, he felt reassured.  cning in the Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek. ,-,.    ,   , ���*  .   ���     . ,   .. i   ..            .      .  ���        .- Elected by secret ballot, the most val-  R e t r 1 n ��     Honoured     Queen,   Miss uable Jobie of the current tei711 was Miss  Glenys Macleod cpnductc-d the installation  ~-    a        - -a-   - -     - ��� *.S       t        -;  Jobies  Active young Jobies have a full slate  of officers for the coming term. Installed last Saturday were: Bev.  Roberts; Linda Campbell'; Robin Nygren; Cheryl McEwan; Eleanor  Swan; Janet Bown; Martha Brak-  stad; Suzanne Thomas; Candy Harrison; Karen Vaughan; Shelly Jackson; Valerie Roberts; Barbara Roberts; Gail Roberts; Debbie Fiedler  and Donna Mandelkau.'  ANIMAL  School and  ��ower Point! Etoad,  Gibsons  Plane: ������-?3B  -:���  *.c  >y ���  ffc  3;  ARBMR1EMW Ll  5 acres viow proporty ot EGMONT beautifully treed, serviced and an excellent buy  at $6000.   ..<������������ .<..������������������.11  .  A few choice waterfront lots in GARDEN BAY, fully serviced with excellent moorage,  don't wait too long on these ...  2 choice lots in MADEIRA PARK serviced and within waHcing distance of all services  and reasonably priced.  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This advertisement Is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board  ���  or by the Government of British Columbia  ***** *    **t-* t*'*v^y  With quiot dignity assisted by narrator  Mrs. Sh'tron Ellis who read thc 23rd  Psalm nnd introduced the young officers,  For his daughter's installation Mr.  Lawson had fashioned a replica of a book  of Psalms opened to reveal those well remembered words "The Lord is my. Shepherd, I shall not want". On the opposite  patfe was a lartfe Cross of blue lights, one  for each officer to be installed,  Guard,   Valerie   Roberts;   Inner   Guard,  Gail Roberts who received the Merit Pin Shelly Jackson,  from former holder, her sister Miss Bev- Installing Officers were:  Miss Glenys  erly Roberts. Macleod;  Miss  Pam Boyes;  Miss  Wilma  p���,.     A   i.      ... ii .1       tt j Mandelkau;  Miss   Carol   Forshner;   Mrs.  Following   her   installation   Honoured SuSan  Rogc    ��� MrSi   Sharon  E1Us    ^  Queen   Darlene   received   the  traditional Doborflh F Miss Caro  Ml   ��  M  bouquet which came from former Chap- c.  Cameron and Mrs.  Vivian Chamber-  ter Dad Charles Robinson and was pre- y  sented on his behalf by Mr. J. Macleod.  Mrs.  Dorothy Parsons, Bethel Guard-  Elected officers for the ensuing six ian assisted by Associate Guardian Mr.  months aro Honoured Queen Darlne Law- Fran|c Bailey opened the Chapter. Other  The well conducted ceremoney and the ���son* Senior Princess, Elaine Mackenzie; members of the Guardian Council are  impressive scene created by the young Junior Princess, Lynn Brady; Guide Don- Mrs. Rdsfemory LfiwAon. Mrs. Jean Rob-  girls in their flowing white robes kneel- �����"��� Mandelkau; Marshall, Cheryl McEwan. e,-ts and Mrs. Edna Fislier.  inR before the Bible nnd flanked by the Appointed officers: Recorder, Bev Ro- Associate Council member are: Mrs.  simple theme brought high commendation berts; Treasurer, Debbie Fiedler; Chap- Vivian Chamberlin, Mrs, Susan Rogers,  from the newly installed Worshipful lain, Gnil Roberts; Librarian, Martha Mrs, Carol Oliver and Mrs. Hilda Girard.  Master of Mount Elphinstone Lodge'No. Brakstnd; Musician, Robin Nygren: Mcs- Following her installation and Ihe  MO, Capt, Wes Hodgson, A former Mayor sengers: Candy Harrison, Suzanne Thorn- many introductions and presentation of  of the Village of Gibsons, Capt, Hodgson as, Eleanor Swan, Karen Vmighen, Linda gifts which followed, the Honoured  said that he, like many other older people Campbell; Sr. Custodian, Barbara Rob- Queen praeiously thanked everyone who  often   wonder   about   the   future   of   tho erts;  Jr.  Custodian, Janet  Brown;  Outer had participated In the ceremony.  rm  MM-i \sM  wmm [?/iiMre tthp  MOW TO COitRECT THER/t  Part I  If you are troubled by exterior paint problems on your  On tho Wharf -. 086^9303 \ Homo, don't immediately blamo the paint, The sourco of tho  1 difficulty, warns the Canadian Paint Manufacturers Associa-  WALT NYGREN  SALES LTD.  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As  ���First-Aid Tips  the itching increases, watery blisters form,  becoming anything* from pimple-like  spots  to  oozing sores.  If you do come into contact with poison  ivy. or suspect you have, wash the skin  with soap end water as soon as possible.  Use laundry soap if it is available, and  wash thoroughly so as t*o. remove all  traces of oil. Wipe the skin"with alcohol  and apply Calomine lotion.  Pesider Harbour Auxiliary-  moires on mere  ��T/��i��wi^nM��^^  SECHELT ROD & GUN CLUtS  m khy ��- m food mm  WEIGH-IN 5:30 P.M. AT WILSON CREEK CLUB HOUSE  Adult's $2.50 Juniors 50c  PUBLIC WELCOME  Tickets Available at���  Flays Barber Shop -C&S Sales, Sechelt - Walt Nygren's  o  ��  SIXTEEN members attended the regular  meeting of Pender Harbour Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital,  held  in Madeira  Park Legion Hall with Mrs. O. Sladey in  "the chair.  Mrs. Sladey thanked the members and  their husbands who helped decorate thc  May Queen's stand on May Day.  Members voted unanimously to have  the workshop an annual affair in place  of the Friendship Tea. Those attending  found it very interesting and informative.  Mrs. Sladey read Mrs. Manning's paper  on "The Characteristics of an Effective  Team" for those members who had not  attended the workshop.  It was agreed with the Co-ordinating  Council's recommendation that Hospital  Auxiliary members should not canvas  local merchants for contributions.  Mrs. W. Brown reported that volunteers shopped for lj^patients_in_April  and 12 pafientsrin"May and arranged tot  volunteers in the coming month.  Mrs. J. Donnelly received volunteers  _foli^e_TiirifLShoi^aO^  that  those   wishing  to  help  on   August  8th, contact her before that day.  _ Mrs. L. Alexander invited as many  members as are able to visit her home  on Thursday, June 11th to help work  on novelties for the Fall Fair and Carnival. *  The Bursary Committee reported Miss  Hazel Wray to be the recipient of the-  Pender Harbour Auxiliary Bursary. Miss  Wray commences training as a practical  nurse in September.  Tea   was   -served  after  the   meeting.  Next meeting will be held on September  9th, Madeira Park Legion Hall.  2  Academy Award winner  for Gibsons theatre  JOHN Wayne is the star of this week's  entertainment at Twilight Theatre in  Gibsons, in "True Grit", his lead role in  this movie won him an Academy Award  for Best Actor. "���  aA-long with John Wayne are Glen  Campbell and Kim Darby, and together  they make the strangest trio ever to  track a killer. A iearles, one-eyed U.S.  marshal! who never knew a dry day in  his life... a Texas ranger, thristy for  bounty money ... and a girl still wet behind the ears who didn't care-what they  were or who they were as long as they  j had true grit.  Then come and visit "The Best House  in London", an uproarious, bawdy, tongue--.  rin=cft5eU comedy "of Victorian morals,  | manners and madness, proving that Eng-  ; land's Victorian era was anything but  ��� staid.  The skylarking capers of "The Best  House  in  London"  revolve  about .London's prostitution problem wjvifeh has gotten out of hand. As a solution, England's  Home Minister agrees to support an ex-  . perimental "house", a'maison toleree, as  ���the French say. Not only this house prove  J to be the best in London, but one of the  ; wildest shrines of Eros ever seen on a  'movie screen.  ==h2|| AKOTE3ELR GOOD BUY I  {%  Sit  KELVIiWTOR IS cu��/fft.  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Alarm System  NOMHEUI PURIFICATION SEROT LTD.  1520 W. Georgia, Vai,cb.iiVc!r, B.C. Phono MU2-3764  .   .   ��� ���      * * .    , . I.  SUNSHINE COAST DEALER:  STANDARD MOTORS, Sechelt, B.C., Phono 885-9464  - a*. .3 QR  HIGHLAND SEPTIC TANK SERVICE, Squamish, B.C., Phono 892-8231  J  WE ARE now in our last week of school  and students are getting excited about  having "no school" for two months.    .  On Friday June 5, a track and field  day was held at the school. The meet was  between the two house teams, Haida and  Nootka. Many records from otir last track  and field day four years ago were broken.  Ruby Anderson tied the 100 yards,  making it in 12.7 seconds. Kim Lawrence  also tied the 200 yards, making it in 31.0  seconds. Other senior girls setting records  are: Ruby Anderson, 440 yards, 1:15 minutes; Loretta Gamble, 880 yardslrj3:15 minutes; Darlene Dubois, 8 lb. shot. 29 feet  VA inchs; Loretta Gamble, 80 hurdles,  __"l4JLsecoiids.    The senior boys record setters are:  Larry Smith, 100 yards, 11.1 seconds;  Larry Smith, 220 yards, 25.9 seebnds; Larry Smith, 440 yards, 1.00 minutes; Billy  Reid, 1 mile, 5.33 minutes; John Mercer,  high jump, 5 feet 4 inchs; Kirk Northrup,  100 hurdles, 16.2 seconds; John Mercer,  obstacle, 1.23.8 minutes; Pat Henderson,  softball, 237 feet, 10 inchs.  A The junior girls record setters are:  Lorraine .Bilcik, 100 yards, 12.8 seconds;  Jillian Keitch'; 220 yards, 31.5 seconds;  Lorraine, Bilcik, 440 yards, 70.4, seconds;  Joanne Kingston, 880 yards, 3.06.5 minutes; June Crosby, high jump, 4 feet 1  inch; June Crosby, 80 hurdles, 13.8 seconds.  The junior boys record setters are:  Philip Crjclvton, 100 yards, 11,2 seconds;  Chuck Falconbridge, 440 yards, 1.01.5 minutes; Glenn Harris, softball, 219 feet; Dennis Fraser, high jump, 4 ft 9 inches; Andrew Higgins, long jump, 15 feet 9 inches;  Daryl Luster, 100 hurdles, 14.6 seconds;  Philip Crichton, obstacle, 1.23 minutes;  Glenn Harris, discus, 108 feet 2 inches;  Glenn Harris, 8 lb. shot, 48 feet 9 inches.  The tug-o-wnrs were both won by  Nootka and the four relays were won by  Haida. At the end of the day, many students went home sunburnt and proud of  the final score: Haidn 4C6, Nootka 430.  Last Wednesday, June 3, part of Pender's track team as well as both softball  teams visited Elphinstone, We started, off  here ��tiese piece  ^     o "^^ ***^A,* *����� ���**** �� "  .    -^*'^  it myour wmiw^p  A v^ J  /   .f  Into the profit picture, beautifully!  The multiple lino phono for small businesses. Tho Wcctro��  writcrfortransn.iitinBhand-v\Tittcnmcss.nK��i,nclsJ!ctchcs.  Clo.��d Circuit TV ������ ns big a boon to stock-brokers ns  to sawmills. These nroonly three of our ncores of business  (services cfcslfplctl to eavo time nnd overhead. Ask our  Marketing Department nbout the pieces needed lo com-  ' ��� ���������'jJlctcyour profit picture.  t*sr��-e-OM8  HMiM**,  In  V. Uaf*��  mim mmm mtrwver ceunmr  ���by April Walker and Wendy Clayton  with track. The results were:  JUNIOR GIRLS  100 yards���Jillian Keitch, 1, 13.3; Lorraine Bilcik, 2.  220 yards���Lorraine Bilcik, 1, 27.9;  Jillian Keitch, 3.  ���440'yads���Joanne Kingston, J, ��� 1 min.  13 sec.  Relays���1, 59.7, June Crosby, Lorraine  Bilcik, Joanne Kingston and Jillian  Keitch.  JUNIOR BOYS  100 yards���Phil Crichton, 1, 1.1.5-, Ian  Brown, 2.  220 yards���Ian Brown, 1, 25.3; Dennis  Fraser. 2.    ,  ������Vr*"'  440 yards���Chuck Falconbridge, 1,  1 min. 2.3 sec; Dennis Gamble, 3.  Relays���1, 52.5, Chuck , Falconbridge,  Dennis Gamble, Ian Brown and Phil Crichton.  SENIOR GIRLS  100 yards���Gwen Kingston, 1, 12.7;  Kim Lawrence, 3.  -- 220;��� yards-^Kim   Lawrence,  '1;*"2?.*7;  Ruby Anderson, 2.  .440 yards���Gwen Kingston, 1, 1 min,  15.2 see.  Relays���1, 59.4, Kim Lawrence, Sandra Falconbridge, Ruby Anderson* and  Gwen Kingston.  SENIOR BOYS  100 yards���Larry Smith, 2, Steve Dimopoulos, 3.  220 yards���Larry Smith 2, John Mer  cer 3.  440 yards���Billy Reid 3.  Elphinstone, 1 min. 3.3 sec.  Relays���2.   Steve   Dimopoulos,   Dennis  Gamble, Bruce Cameron and Larry Smith.  Altogether we won 12 firsts, 7 seconds,  and six  thirds.  Feeling good  about our  first success we went breezily onto piny  softball.  The  Pender boys  lost 22-3 and  Pender girls lost 9-3. (,  The 10th of June saw Broolcs teams  down for return softball games. The boys  i-li'-in took the honors with a "little luck  nnd superior .skill. The girls met with  their usual fate but played gallantly against great odds.  This marks the end of the school year  nnd the end of school for some, We wish  everyone a very good summer and good  liielc in the; future.  Woman to departing husband: "You  forgot lo absentn.hid*-.dly pock me goodly."  y*iiimilWiri*'.--aW'rW^;WfffltfW  ^������ii^fiUmiriii"-i.,iii.rti*-^  ^W^W��IIWI^W^^WW-g l^IIMllM^4!^llfaaW*iif^rBBP'**WI)mi  BSoalcogor Ranch Annual  fiftff  GAKE&EW BAY IftOAD  PEN (DEER HAHBOU-H  Jr. Events,  Sot., July 25  a l:CO a.m.  Sr. Events,  Sun., July 26  10:30 a.m.  - FOAL SHOWING -  Entry Fee: $2 per Entry  . BAQC\!1 PAtMCE  Saturday, 9 p.m.  Music by  "BRAND X" BAND  For information Coltfatt  ^uticfra McK���Q  SS3-2602  Pender MarSboiir  ��yi   ���      l|*��ll��|gl^||,|lLJ|F|^yr-y.|��-*l**IJa*^^  \ . a     ��        .. - - y  Phone 885-9343 ��� Sechelt B.C.  SPECIAL: BEACH BAGS (Slightly Soiled)  Regular 3.25   ...���.....\... . .������....  NEW ARRIVALS  * Seashells - Shell Collections -Shell  Necklaces - and many Novelties  ��� Folding Waste Baskets.  0 Summer Hots; including Skipper's Hats.  0 Beach Balls and Toys.  Also a large selection  of  HASTY NOTES AND  i BOXED STATIONERY  AMAMMMMMMAMWIiM  NEW Butternick  I Patterns & Cotaloguo  with a complete  range of Patterns.  nniimmmirmnmmntrunmmnwt wr-wrrTiniffinffiff <iw,iffhmiin����ga  FOR MEN  SALE DAYS JUME17 to 21  GILLETTE BLADE  yyn  Sup-$f Stainless 5'i ........��v  Plus Btadoi 5'f ��.*.��.... oi  Tocnmalk Bladoi 5's no*  POLAROID  SUM  J f "ILa^FlV^li^  ; I ^'sAs.. I *   f., **.  tli".      "    -i* m ' i  Men's No. 88 Angler ���> rimtoij melal ��� green lenses*, ���*��><��  \  HILISHAV  SPEEDFLEK  Two hood - contoured lo fit lho hand  AflRID Exlrn Dry Anli Krsplranl Doodornnt 6 or...��   f.09  AFTER SHAVE lOTIOrl 4 oz. Black Boh".  2.49  6-12 Insoct Ropcllont Spray 5 ox  1.29  CREST TOOTHPASTE Family siw _ L. 1.09  SCHICK BIADB  Super Kronn-Clirome 5's Double Edge ...��..����...��.��������.    .#9  mtU SHAVE IOTI0H 4 or. "Hal Karalar*. 1.59  SECRET AlltOSOL DEODORANT 5 orx..-..  1.15  FACail KOYAIE Man ��ii�� tbiuei ��� 3 ply ������   .39  Good grooming bogins at  THE BEST FOR LESS . . .  GIBSOHS WESMN DRUGS  Sunnycreit* Plain  Phono 086.7213  ���t-iaiHfmJrt *bittrii4&&,^&#*i^i0tfo4*H&&44ii*t<  -1  ti  ^l*1*^*!*^  ' ���*�������!-<��>ii-ni��n> ijtfui W *  ��y^'��HWM��W^'��>aaa*'l>��<^^  i** ^i f^ ^*fc -fllj^ *�� 0t\^is&ih��*.f^tjtoK,&\'to4,jb, ���* -h^ -s.��.v *������ >   - a * <,��'H> , a^>'.v .'*'*���' s .'���^'Vaaa .A"AA��v^ ^Av >^^^ n>?."-AAA AAAV*���^ /^svj:^^^^  IS! - - , , ' - ���      .- - -V��� ��� ���a ���~ ~ ���^ ���     - ' ..        '- ' "  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 17, 1970  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  PRIOR to leaving on a trip to Finland,  Mrs. Nuotio was feted at a very enjoyable Bon Voyage party at the homo of  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morrison, on Saturday  evening June 6th when she was the  recipient of a "money tree".  A large Finnish flag was in evidence  for thc occasion. Present were: Mr. and  Mrs. "William Porter; Mr, and Mrs. Jarries  Nuotio; Mrs. D. Wortman; Mr. and Mrs.  K. Baba: Mrs. R. Carr; Mrs. D. Dyer;  Mr. and Mrs. Morrison and Mr. and Mrs.  Alf Clarke: - -  The Clarkos presented the guest of  honour with a beautiful corsage. Delicious refreshments were served including  a decorated cake. Unable to attend but  sending a gift was Mrs. E. Bingley.  CELEBRATIONS  -���The -Hit bitthdc  ~McKenzie  was celebrated when a children's party  was held on June 9th at the home of  grandparents Bill arid Inez Malyea.  Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hollowihk are  being congratulated on the birthof their  first child, a son, Joey Ray, 8 lbs 15 ozs,  on June 7th at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. Edwin's sister-in-law and twin  brother Darwin Hollowink of Creston had  a son John in April. Darwin is a former  Gibsons  resident.  Mr. and Mrs. Barry Reeves celebrated  their wedding'-anniversary on June 5th:  Mr. and Mrs. Winston Robinson observed their 4th wedding anniversary on  June 11th,  Mrs. Dorothy Alderson was honored at  a baby shower when Mrs. Helen Weinhandl and Mrs. Mureen Partridge were  co-hostesses at a well attended party at  the Partridge home.  HERE AND THERE  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Anderson; Mr. and  Mrs. Bill Malyea and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil  Chamberlin enjoyed a week camping in  the Okanagan Valley.  Mr. and Mrs. Len Coates from Coquitlam visited friends and relatives here  for a few days recently.  Sid Swanson is home from Seymour  Inlet.  Mrs. Georgina Nasadyk and Mrs.  Irene Green were visitors with the latter's daughter Mrs. Briscoe in Calgai'y,  going from there to Red Deer, Alta. to  see Mr. & Mars. Al Payne who recently  spent a holiday in this area and hope to  retire here.  Miss Moira McPhedran who attends  college in California has arrived to visit  her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. McPhedran,  for the summer.  The Eeurnen ieal "Gibsons Girls" sof t>  ball team .had a pleasant evening Thursday. June llth when they played a return game. 7 innings, at thc Residential  School, Sechelt girls won. ~  Waync Swanson has gone on a fish  boat with Fred Strom.  Mrs. Ethel Barnes has returned from  Williams Lake where she visited her son-  in-law and daughter, Phil ahd Hilda de  Lcenhccr,  for a  month.,  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Partridge visited  relatives in Penticton.  Mrs. John Corlett Jr. (nee Margaret  Collins) and son from Delta are spending  a week at Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wcinhandl's  home.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Boss is  tho latter's sister Miss Margaret Tarnotzer  from Switzerland.  Alex Bruce left on Tuesday last week  for Scotland.  Mr. and Mrs. George Stark from  Calgary are visiting the latter's parents  Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lock and also Mrs.  Slark's .sisters, Mrs. A. M. Davidson and  Mrs, E. Husby for a couple of weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Burnett of Haney,  former Gibsons . residents, were house  guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lee.  The Howe Sound Women's Institute  held the last meeting in the W. I. Cottago on Juno Oth. The next meeting will  bo at the. homo of Mrs, Thor Chr.slcn.son,  Shaw Road, on the third Tuesday in  September,  Alan Boser is holidaying in Alberta.  Mr, and Mrs. Nelson Moore have returned from n holiday which included  motoring over the Yellow Head Highway, At MeBridc, Ihey found the motels  full but the Chamber of Commerce had  sol up a billeting committee and tho  Monies were accommodated ut the home  of the bunk manager, They spent a few  (lays al Prince George and Quesnel-visiting friends.  Mrs, Irene Green has offered to take  call.-; ut IIH<i-!).)7.) from anyone who would  volunteer their services for the tourist  bureau, Anyone who can .spare even an  hour ti week .should please let Mrs. Green  know,  A number of young people enjoyed n  )nmji^pii.nnm>��)  ��*4aJ*Jif47.iAtZi,s l7m,:^. 'fla.A..4.it^i.jf."^  SECHELT THEATRE  ���    PRESENTS    ���  CARRY OH  PIMPERNEL  STARRING:  Clxiilc*. Hnwtrcy fl. Sidney Jomc-i,  IN COLOR  ���    PL-JS    ���  PAYiviemr m blood  STARRING:  Guy Mo��ll*.on A fdd Hymn  IN COLOR ��� CARTOON  Staid 0 p.m. Out  11  p.m.  rRIDAY,    SATURDAY -"*- MONDAY,  JUNC  19, 20 AND 22  'mmmmmmm000000000000000000000000004  Neat Week;  EASY RIDER  .Wr*��0VW004*0*0-00900400.000000'0WW0.  Coming Soon;  Killers  Throo  Carry on Doctor  Downhill Racer  /  Ten successful! . . ���  RoyaL Academy, ol  oca!' examinqjioii passes  time of Christian fellowship at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Stewart on Friday evening with music and gospel singing.  Mrs. George T. Smith of Carol Lodge  enjoyed a trip to Ontario with her niece  They" were in Toronto and also visited  Niagara Falls.  Young Traveller  One of the youngest members of the  Elgar Choral Singers, ten year old  Kenneth Birkin of Roberts Creek will  accompany them on a tour of Europe  commencing 29th of June. The Choir  will sing at Elphinstone this Friday  June 19th at 8 p.m.  Young local singer  for European tour  TEN-YEAR-QLD Kenneth Birkin, son of  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Birkin .of'.Roberts.'  Creek will soon be a seasoned traveller  for he leaves on June 29th to tour cities'  in  Great  Britain  and  Europe  with   the  Elgar Choral Singers.  Prior to their departure, members of  the choir will be singing at Elphinstone  Secondary School, Gibsons oh Friday,  June 19th commencing at 8 p.m. giving  local people an opportunity to preview  the concert which will be presented in  major cities in Europe.  Kenneth travels __to Vancouver every  weekend for practise and will soon be  singing in Paris, Rome, Vienna, West  Berlin. Amsterdam, London, Edinburgh,  Dublin, also visiting Russia where the  choir will sing at Moscow, Leningrad and  Kiev.  The choir which is under the direction  of Mr. C. E. Findlater will meet the  Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau in  Ottawa before leaving for Europe. Mr.  Trudeau's aide Mr. Gordon Gibson was  a member of the choir in 1951 when  Kenneth's mother Mrs. Faye Birkin was  also a member and during that year, the  choir visited England, Scotland and  Wales.  One of thc youngest 6f the choir which  is some 28 members strong. Kenneth who  is a very confident young man is looking  forward to his summer adventure.  TEN   children  from  the  Sunshine  Coast  were successful in passing Royal Academy of Dancint. examinations held recently in Vancouver.  All pupils of Miss Anne Gordon, the  children had been studying the new Children's Syllabus of the Royal Academy  and passed as follows:  Primary Grade���Honours: Kelly Rcd-  shaw, Gibsons. "Highly commended: Monica Sc! bee, Gibsons.  Grade 1���Honours: Colleen Connor,  Roberts Creek; Christine Irvine, Gibsons.  Highly commended: Carol Daugherty,  Gibscns. Commended: Cindy Reaudry,  Rebecca McKinnon and Dee Dee Holland,  all of Gibson-;. Pass plus: Gail Nielson of  Gibscns.   J3!"ade III ��� Commended, Judy Tait,  Madeira Park.  The new Children's Syllabus replacing  the Ballet in Education Syllabus was created by Da-ma Margot Fontcyn de Arrias  D.B.E.. world famous ballerina and president of the Royal Academy of Dancing,  London, England.  There is now a panel of six Canadian  examiners,  each examining one province  .orarea annually.  .  Miss Bernice Harper of London. Ontario, has just concluded the British Columbia tour where she has examined some  800 children, given numerous children's  classes as well as a tochers' course.  Miss Gordon will be conducting a  short summer school at the Gibsons United Church Hall from July 2 to July  9, when she will sjive classes in children's  as well cs Major Syllabus.  THE WEEH  JUNE 17th TO JUNE 23rd  17 0301 am 14.0   20 0103 am 12.4  W.  1058am    2.4   Sa.* 0516 am 14.2  0641pm 14.1 il       0108 pm      .6  1123 pm 12.3||       0856 pm 15.2  18 0341am 14.1    21   0153 am 12.1  Th. 1138am    1.6. Su. 0611 am 13.9  0721 pm 14.6          0153 pm      .6  1168 pm 12.5,'I        0936pm 15.4  19  0431am 14.2  Fr.  1223 pm      .9   0811pm 15.0  23  0358  ���mr-     Tii. 0811  M              0323  1046  22 0253 am 11.6  M. 0716 am 13.4  0238 pm    1.2  1016 pm 15.5  am 10.8  am 12.6     *Sr  pm    2.2  pm 15.5  Saturday, June 2  Everybody Welcome  FREE COFFEE AND DON UTS  PLUS  Demonstrations of Homelite  and Yard-Man, Equipment.  (MM .SAW CENTO  Cowrie  St..  Sechelt ���  885-9626  I  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  GRANNY SMITH. "FANCiV  r  ���-���^������"���"l--***-^*-**-    *  WE rcsLrve the right to limit quantities  r35-2025 --<5^M5W  J        I l,     N,  777/7/-77��7/7n7l7/7n77/7n77n77nn/7/7/777/7/7/7n77nD  a. Ml a�� jk .A. a��,���^ JILa\. ah. jl.. ^. *. 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