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 ���   J '  James D. Baird . . .  'JHWJjBBTo'  West Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.t  1606 Efest 5J.ti Ave.,  Vancouver 9�� B.C.  Service  FOLLOWING   his   visit  to . the  recent  Municipal Officers Association Convention, Regional Board Assistant Secretary  Treasurer, G. Girard, stated in his written  report to the Board that the Deputy Minister, James Baird, ha's cautioned restraint  by local authorities against borrowing at  high interest rates. Mr. Girard's report  was read at last Board regular meeting.  The new Municipal Financing Authority meets July 3rd and all debenture  issue requests should be in the hands of  the Authority Secretary by June 25th.  Requests of incorporated municipalities  are to be channelled through the Regional District.  M. Baird also warned that local government bodies should^ forget their own  little empires and put service to the taxpayer as its number one objective. He  stressed that both regional district and incorporated municipalities should co-operate and study all aspects of various  functions and arrive at the most economical basis to operate and administer  such functions. "Some areas are faced  with a lot of confusion and red tape" simply to preserve their little empire," he  said.  In a review of Municipal Act Amendments, it was noted that the Minister  had set a limitation of one mill for 1970  with respect to functions which can be  assumed without a vote at one half  mill for each function. It was therefore  suggested this section of the Act be used  FF.J.    H)"'F,3'��"I l.^.'lj,F| ..,',.����,��'.��  .,i....^,,,^J,iii. ,   ,11  lg    J,  ,,   ���i,,.������l|l   I  ;      <.*,-.<      ' *F (  ���   ' aw-        V rf "     ���   a.' * '        ^  *���*.   ,. * .7       '-���',' -  sparingly.  Director Frank West commented that  he had glanced briefly through the report  and indicated, in effect,' that while it was  perhaps flowery it contained little substance.  SOIL REMOVAL  Concern has been expressed regarding  removal of top soil and mining of gravel  within boundaries *Jf the Regional District  but while the Municipal Act provides for  the regulation of soil and gravel removal  the provision does not apply to the Regional District.  It was therefore resolved that the  Lieutenant-Governor in Council be requested to issue supplementary Letters  Patent granting the Regional District such  powers.  Costs of applying the regulations will  be borne .by the Electoral Areas A, B, C,  D. E and F and recovered by levying  of a rate on the land improvements in the  said Electoral Areas.  PLANNING  In his report, Secretary Treasurer  Charles Gooding said Mr. Edward Cuy-  11 ts who will be completing his planning  studies this year at UBC has agreed to  work for-the Board during the summer  months. He will fee assisting the planning committee and draw up maps as  required, and help complete work on  rezoning  Bylaws.  REFUSE CONTAINERS  Mr. Gooding also reported that advertisements had been published warning the public that proper garbage containers must be used. Use of plastic bags,  cardboard boxes and containers other  than standard garbage cans is, prohibited  under the Regional District Garbage Collection Bylaw.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Registration No. 1142  _. 2nd Class Moil  Union ^tsS>* Label-  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  Alderman opposed ... .  Volume 7, No. 28 ��� WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1970  Kinsmen swim classes  set for Sechelt area  ORGANIZATION of the Sechelt Kinsmen sponsored Swim Classes is well  underway and interested, parents are invited to attend "Parents Nite" on June  19th at 7 p.m. in Sechelt Legion Hall.  On hand will be Miss Jan Angeman,  Red Cross Field Superintendent and Miss  Anne Letham who has been appointed  Swim Instructor for this area. They will  explain the 1970 Swim Class-programme_  COMMENDATION  At last meeting of Sechelt Council,  Alderman George Flay commended local  guides for their recent project, a clean-up  of. broken bottles and litter from the  Sechelt waterfront. He said they did a  fine job and suggested a word of thanks  be expressed.  AWARD CONTRACT  Office of Hon. Isabel Dawson, MLA  announced last week that the Treasury  Board has given permission to award  contracts for an additional classroom at  Langdale Elementary School, total cost  $18,073.  WHARF  FIRE  Sechelt firemen were called out about  3:30 a.m. last Sunday morning when 'a  nearby resident awakened by the smell  of smoke called an alarm on noticing the  Sechelt wharf on fire. The blaze was  soon put down but could have been  severe had,flames, reached the oil pips4 -le w9"ld s��8S*est  paved  roads  be.de-  ���      -���-���-������    ������    -<*���    aTjandedm future.  Aid. Norm Watson said he could not  DISCUSSION- at last meeting of Sechelt  Council on the subject of improving  the Subdivision Bylaws resulted in neglig-  able changes a move by Alderman Joe  Benner to seek a far better standard  of road and lane construction.  At a previous meeting, Aid. Benner  had questioned the condition of roads  and lanes in a small subdivision which  had been approved by council. Both he  and Aid. George Flay agreed that the  roads were -such that any heavy. ,rain  would render them unfit to drive upon.  Aid. - Benner said he would like to  see higher standards called for, in fact,  LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S VISIT  LT. .GOV. John Nicholson ended his tour  of the Sunshine Coast Friday with a visit.  to Powell River. Before ending his tour  Nicholson paid an unscheduled visit to  the Olive Devaud senior citizens home.  The lieutenant Governor has been travelling B.C.'s coast waters and visiting Indian  villages.  go along with that for it would put possibly $500 on a lot, thus raising prices  of , property; Aid. Flay replied "better  thc subdivider pay  it than council."  Under the Bylaw, lanes need not be  gravelled providing the ground is of a  gravel nature. It was however moved  that 4" of gravel be required in future  was  and  at discretion of couneil. As to roads,  Bylaw calls for 4" gravel,, graded and  ditched. Once council approves and passes a subdivision it becomes responsible  for roads and lanes.  Aid. Benner drew attention to the  fact that "hippy" type motor vehicles  are being parked for long periods on the  new sea-wall area, he said it is possible  sOme of them are camping there.  Aid. Watson said perhaps the vehicle  belongs to Americans who have property  on Trail Island. As to the parking"'complaint, he asked, "is this not what we  put up the sea-wall for?!' Both aldermen  Flay and ;Benner replied, "not; fpr^oyfii>r  night parking". AldKrn^6Yti'liielsbrra^ced  and commented that it is too bad things  are done to assist parking then people  park overnight.  UNSIGHTLY .  It was reported that two vacant lots,  belonging to a Vancouver resident, near  Hackett Park arc being used for indiscriminate garbage dumping. There are  also old stumps on the lot.  Aid. Watson said coiinc'l has no pdwdr  to  force  the owner  to  remove   stumps.  Aid.   Nelson,  however,   commented   that  "they   are   not   very   sightly".   It  agreed   thc   owner  be   approached  asked to clean up.  INCINERATOR  Aid. Flay drew attention to the fact  that an incinerator behind thc Post Office  block i.s still being used in a manner  not covered by a fire  permit.  Mayor Swain agreed and explained  that much of the refuse burnt gives off  a cloud of hot purtlcals "It is .sometimes  like a snow storm," he added.  Clerk Ted Rayner said he would look  Into   thc  situation   but   understands  the  owner   intendts   putting   in   a   new   incinerator.  SWIM CLASSES  Request by the Secholt Kinsmen for  a grunt toward cost of the annual swim  classes was given clue consideration. Aid,  Flay ;inld the grant In the past has been  $11.5 nnd he would liko to see couneil  continue with nt least the same amount,  He explained (lint certain items of equipment have to lie purchased and added  that the entire program costs about $1,000.  It wns moved the sum of $120 be  donated as usual,  COUNCIL CHAMBER  The clerl. reported that he hits asked  six local con tractors for a bid on the  proposed extension to tho village office  for use as a council chamber, .So faille   had   received   no  replies.  Coast Chilcotin MP  seeks proxy voting  OTTAWA ��� Paul St. Pierre (L���Coast-  Chilcotin) told House of Commons he  will move an amendment to the new  federal Election Act, to provide for proxy  voting for loggers absent from their home  constituencies on election day.  The Parliamentary Committee on  Privileges and Elections, which produced  the voluminous new elections act, rejected  a system of absentee balloting as being  unworkable ^federal elections. Bill C-215  does however (provide for a proxy voting  system to sei^veiisfiermen and prospectors.  St. Pierre, speaking briefly in the  closing minutes of the afternoon debate,  pointed out that in his and many other  British Columbia ridings, loggers were  in a position similar to fishermen.  Under new parliamentary rules, most  bills arc referred back to. standing" committees. However* Bill C-2.15-wilL-f ollow-  thc old procedure of examination,by the  Commons sitting as Committee of the  Whole.  In the first session of this Parliament,  St. Pierre moved a Private Member's  Motion for study ol an absentee ballot-  ting system to serve loggers, fishermen  and other workers frequently denied their  franchise by the present election act.  Il is expected-that this Parliament  will see, before 1972, thc introduction of  another more controversial amendment  to the Elections Act dealing with election  expenses.  Reservoir  Water is getting low, the two million gallon reservoir awaits completion and chances are that it will be  held up for some time yet pending  termination of the present building  trade dispute. Regional Board is  attempting to obtain permission for  crews to lay the concrete under  emergency need and, once completed, the area served will have a  welcome reserve together with chlorinated cleaner water. The impressive looking project will prove a  major advance for the district's  water-works.  and   be  open   to   suggestions  from   the  parents.  Registration will be held June 29 and  30th in , the Sechelt Legion Hall from  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Susnended sentence  for theft over $50  TRIAL   of   Harry    Shindel   of    Gibsons  ended last Thursday June 4th in Vancouver before Judge Eric Winch of Nanaimo. Shindel, charged with theft over  $50, was found guilty as. charged and  sentenced to a three year suspended  sentence.  Sidney Garnet Edmunds, also of the  Gibsons area, charged following an incident in which Constable Barrie Roth was  threatened with a loaded rifle May 15th  was sentenced to six months jail and  prohibited from carrying a firearm for  five years.  Following his arrest at Bu.rns Lake,  a former Gibsons man, Billy Joe Moore,  was returned to Gibsons to answer two  charges of false pretences involving two  sums of money, $25 and $110.  Incident occurred" last year shortly  before Moore left the area. He was sentenced to one month jail on one charge  and a month concurrent on the second.  He was also ordered to make restitution.  Arnold Joseph MacKay of Coquitlam  was fined $250 and his driving licence  suspended for three months. He was  charged with impaired driving after police  checked him following a report that an  auto was driving along thc highway with  its rear end smashed in. Tires were rubbing against the metal and smoking.  Coast Garibaldi  PLASTIC PIPE  At a special meeting of Gibsons Council it was decided to accept report of,  engineers Dayton and Knight and permit  use of 'Golden Flow" and "Tuft Tube"  plastic pipe, burled according to specifications .set  by Council.  WITH  formation  of  Regional   Districts,  the Provincial Health department appears to be taking a new look at Health  Unit boundaries and possibly ��� delegation  of authority, it was revealed at last  week's Union Board of Health meeting  at Gibsons.  Powell River Municipal Council  backed by the Regional District recently  wrote Health Minister, Hon. Ralph Loff-  mark, again pointing out the need for  additional help for the Health Inspectors.  In his reply, described as being somewhat ambiguous, by Aid. McCloskey, the  Minister stated that scfrious consideration  in being given to changing the boundaries  of Coast Garibaldi Health Unit which  mny result in no need for additional  staff.  Dr. Gemrnill said that a newsletter  which ho had received from the Associ-  $500.000 project . . .  . Modern shopping complex  work commences this week  MORE detail.*, were released today by  thc Cluyton's on the proposed new  ���shopping centre on Cowrie Street Sechelt  across from the existing Shop Easy store.  The very imaginative project i.s estimated to cost more than a half million  dollars when completed nnd equipped.  Altogether some ten stores are involved  initially, largest of which will be a new  Shop Easy with approximately 1*1,000  feet of area, about double the present  .store, Another large enterprise will he  n Stcdmnn franchise owned und operated  by Nell Campbell of Campbell's Variety.  Mr. Campbell has found that within two  Deceased chairman  Legendary Flguro  'ryn.i.no. Joseph who plays ii. both  Klphinsfone and nosklentinl School  bands Is busy worklnn on the Salmon  Woman Totom <lo.sli'ii being reproduced on I be Residence fjymnn-  slum walls. He says Ibis Is the notion, portion of Ihe' tribal totem pole  of lho TIIiikILs of Alaska and depicts  the legend of the creation of tho sal-  mon. Wovkinr" on. the siding walls in  not an easy task but the result is  really impressive and Rives the entrance to Sechelt Village historical  atmosphere. Tyronne I.s looking forward to working on a fifteen foot  totem polo when this project is (innii  plelo.  PMOH to the election of a new chairman for ('oust Garibaldi Union Hoard  of Health, during hist Thursday'!, meeting  of the Honrd held In Gibsons, Director  Dr, I), L, ��� Gemrnill paid tribute to the  memory of Jim Ford who died quite suddenly some weeks ago.  Mr, Ford hud been re-elected to serve  as chairman nt tin* April meeting of the  Hoard and Dr, Gemrnill pointed out the  ticmendous contribution made to the  Union Hoard nf Health by Mr, Ford who-  had served ns chairman for mn ye.ti.*.,  ever since its formation In. 10(14.  A resident of Powell Itlver,. Mr. Fold,  hart .'.Ttvrd on the school board for, no  yean, or ment! and alno on council. Dr.  Gemrnill said he felt that Mr, Foul kept  nil open mind on almost every subject  nnd looked towards young people. Just  prim to hi-, death, he had attended n  d-Aig���seminal ���. r>iv would 'h.r.��b'.< to  talk to young people.  "���Ha popularity oa Board member wna  evident  In* was  M?��dalW  im IP-Mi  in  the  fuel  thnt  year after  re-elected chnirninn,  yen i  ELECTION  Attending the meeting besides the  Health Director was Dr, Cunningham and  Mrs. Minion Mcltne, representing Powell  Hiver School Hoard; Aid, F, McCloskey,  Powell Hlver; Aid, Ken Goddnrd, Gibsons;  Aid. T, 11, M. Fougb-'i'g, Peinbuiion; Mn.,  Agnes Labonte, Sechelt School District;  Mis. M Phillips, Kqunmhh School District; Nursing .Supervisor Mlsn W, Dnvirs;  Senior Health Inspector. Peter Hell and  Senior Clerk Mm. C,  A,  Young  Aid. McClnskey nominated Mr, Fnug-  ln'ij; who declined to accept been use he  felt the chairman should reside In Howell  Hlver ni the Health  Unit  Is based there  Mr. Foiigbcrg then nominated Mr. McCloskey which Dr, Cunningham seconded  ami   an   therm , vVnu'o   no  fui titer   nomiiia-  tum; MrrMt'Cio-iKcy war "deciflrfrt'iive  new chairman,  years his present quarters are too small,  Others so far named Include, Marshall  Wolls Hardware, Hoynl Hank, Western  I)rui:s, nnd the Swiss Cafe tmd retail  bukery. Two more are still under negotiation nnd It is probable the remaining  two  will   be  available  to   renters,  Asked the future of his present build-  in��, Mr, Clayton ������mid he Is presently negotiating with other business concerns  for a large part of the building while the  remainder Is still available to lho school  board   as   offices,  Adequate landscaped parking area of  the new centre will provide for seventy-  five vehicles and hnther parking will  be available at the existing building, thus  entering to more than one hundred autoi.  This does not take into account the on-  street  parking,  Total shopping area will be :��tl,000 sq.  feet   nnd   all   stores   will   be   completely  sheltered from the weather. The complex  will   be   on   the   lines   of   modern   city  shopping malls wllh two entrance  mails  connected   inside.   Stores   will   all   have  sliding   type   doors   which   can    be   kept  open at any time during shopping hours,  for (lie mall will be heated and ventilated,  Known    as   "Trail   Hay    Centre"   Unbuilding will be set back from the highway and attractively  built   of  decorative  bricks with a shake canopy facade. Planters  will  be  strategically   located   around  the parking area nnd Dogwood trees have  been   left   where   possible   lo   fintlier   iidd  lu the pleasing appearance of the general  area  Council gave its final approval lai.l  week to the proposal and agreed that It  is Indeed the Inigesl penult yet applied  for in the village. Further It was Trjt  thai the project will piove u Ircmenduoi.  advance for  Ihe community.  Hutldlng I-, scheduled lo commence this  week. nii>:t material*! wen* purehn-.cd well  In advance and although an early com-  , plctlon date.f. iiutieipnt.-d, thi-, \-MII de  pi'lid ursome extent uporr labour rnnd.*-  lions.  ated Board of Health, also contained reference to changes in thc boundaries.  The situation regarding a need for  additional help is general throughout  health units in British Columbia and a  brief had recently been sent to the Minister to support a brief presented by the  Registered  Nurses Association.  Mr. Loffmark had replied by stating  he is ascertaining the feasibility of  charging a fee for services. There is no  money available lor additional staff and  Dr. Gcinmill said it is now very doubtful if,Nanaimo Health "Unit will get the  additional help which was promised.  Three proposals are being considered  by the Minister of Health; changing  boundaries to coincide with regional district boundaries; establishing a fee collecting agency, possibly regional boards',  establishing a budget and co-ordination  of money from all available sources,  Dr, Gemrnill pointed out that inspection of .subdivisions and septic tanks i.s  taking most of the health inspectors time,  In his Annual Report, he pointed out the  need for Public Health to adapt to the  changes which it has helped bring about.  In the field of environmental pollution,  Dr, Gemrnill said, it might well bo that  all control will be brought entirely under  a new agency, Modern advances in sanitation and sewage disposal equipment has  made this the field of the engineer,  BEACH CHECK  Dr, Ommill assured Hoard members  that an active programme of testing  beaches and lakes Is being conducted  within the Health Unit, If the coliform  count exceeds the accepted standard,  .swimming areas will be posted for a minimum  period  ol   30 days,  decent checks lu the Gibsons area have  been good, said l)r, Genunlll who believes  that dredging in the area may have accounted for the high count al Armours  lleueh latit year.  VACCIJME  Hubelln (German Measles) vaccine has  now been licensed In Canada hut again  it is a question of money, snld Dr. Gein-  mill who feels this is a very valuable  progniiiune, ll may be necessary to  charge a nominal fee and conduct the  programme selectively, The Federal  Government will supply enough vaccine  to have all the Indian children immunized  against  the disease.  Arts Council sponsors  Elgar Choral Singers  SUNSII1NK Const Arts Council Is sponsoring   ii   concert   by   Ihe   F.lgar  Choral  Singei.i,   formerly   known   ������   the   F.lg.n*  I'holr   ol    IU",    and   conducted    by    Mr,  ('    F,    Find Intel.  The concerl   I. to be  held  at  F.lphln-  stone Secondary   School on  l*'ilday, June  Ii*.  111.0 "I -1:00 pin. '  S'TocT'il"' will help llnnnrr ihe fitm-  tiu'i loin ol icntial Ktiiope and Itu.v-Jn.  for till*, well-known gmiip ol young  ������iiigii!  Anyone In the Gili-.on-i^ al en willing  In liilli I mn in two ol tin* p<*i (oi nn-i ,  (ui t|n* Friday .night pi'.'.'''-** contact cither  Mi., Hiikin nilfi'.'"i.ril oi Mi:s. Honeybun  IIISO-.!.,..,.!  t  ^4**Jlii...m>*>-*&������&-1**+!*������*��� i****t. af**"*   �����   "* ���V ��� " ' *"\'l 'J-  Page A-2 The Penlnsulo Times, Wednesday, June 10,1970  ��***MWl*,-*"-'a|*'-"MM-j^^  THEPEWNSUUkT^^ Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Classified  mniwmitnntmnimnnHnnMi*iwmnmnnmiintmnnnntir,  rmnnnnmwn  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot 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.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  _. ���.���_75c  Three  Insertions _ ���$1.50  Extra lines (4 words) �����_���_15c  -���(Thl-s rate does not apply to  " "commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers ������ 1.0c 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-Briofs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���.$3 yr.  By carrier ',������.,, ,,; 50c month  COMING EVENTS  ROBERTS Creeek Legion  Birthday, June 13. Supper  for invited guests "6:30 p.m.  Visitors for Bingo 8 p.m.  Dancing 9 p.m., no admission.  4623-23  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Wed., Thur,, Fri., June 10, 11,  & 12 at 8 p.m.  "KENNER"  plus  "GHOSTS ITALIAN  STYLE"  both in Color  Sat., June 13 at 8 p.m., Sun.,  June   14  at  7  p.m.   &  Mon.,  tJune 15 at 8 p.m.  "THE GYPSY MOTHS"  in CJolor���Starring Burt  Lancaster  Coming:  "TRUE GRIT"  4634-28  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. and Mrs. "Paul G. Harding of Gibsons, B.C., announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Mary  Pauline to Mr. Donald G.  Sharpe son of Mr. and Mrs.  Wm. Page of Delta, B.C.  Wedding will take place, Saturday, July 25th in Gibsons  United Church, Rev. Jim Wil-  , liamson officiating.        4632-28  CARD OF THANKS  WORDS cannot express the  gratitude we feel to all the  people responsible for saving  our little girl's life. A very  special thanks to Denise McCourt���"You are a brave little  girl.' Special thanks to Mr.  Biggars who gave artificial  respiration ond to the inhalator crew for coming so quickly. To Mrs. Thompson, Mrs.  Biggars and Mr. Nicholson.  Also to Dr. Burtnick nnd the  nursing staff of St, Mary's  who gave Rhyl such loving  care. To nil of you, our sincere  and heartfelt thanks, We shnll  never forget it,  Alan   mid   Jean   Wood,  4(121-211  PERSONAL  WTSHltTcontuct   Latter Dny  Saints    members.    Pli,   885-  0547 or (Ul(l-25'l(l. 4505-tfn  WORK WANTED (Conh)  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  88G-2402.       4208-tfn  BABY  sitting  service day  or  night. Mrs. Beryl  Sheridan.  Ph. 885-9568. 4558-28  ���HEAVY   duty   rotovator.   Ph.  886-2897. 4017-tfn  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  .service, odd jtibs etc. All worlj  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,       statements,  balance    sheets. Personal   income tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.  4127-tfi.  days. 4336-tfn  PAINTING    and    decorating,  interior and exterior. Phone  886-9684. 4572-tfn  CO NSTRUCTI ON ���Will  frame houses, cottages, fin-,  ishihg, remodelling also plumbing and wiring. Phone 88(U  2417 or 886-7560. 4581-29  DRESSMi\KING   and   altera-  tions.    10    yrs-    experience  North   Vancouver.   Mrs.   Bennett.   Wilson   Creek.   885-9956.  4586-31  HANDYMAN���Roofing, glitters, down pipes, drains.  Repairs and installations. Vac-  cuuin equipped chimney service. Free estimates, guaranteed work. Phon 885-2478.  4587-tfn  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  ATTENTION, Sechelt residents���Young women required for Sechelt office. Must  be neat; able to meet the public, Requires pleasing personality. Able to accept responsibility and to work well with  a minimum supervision. Good  typing and good writing essential. Box 4622 c/o Peninsula  Times,  Box  310,  Sechelt.  4622-28  WANTED  REAL estate salesman for thc  Pender   Harbour  area,   Call  Sechelt Agcnc'^s Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  GOOD    used    electric    range,  preferably    with    garbage  burner. 88(1-7734. 4610-27  AJROUT    147   fibreglass    bonT,  motor and   trailer.  Must  be  good condition, Will pay cash.  .(1.(1-730!.. 4615-2(1  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  FOR RENT (Continued)  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. Private entrance.  Warm Sz clean. Selma Park.  Working gent. only. Ph. 885-  9535. 4543-tfn  WATERFRONT cottage, one  bedrcomi 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  2 BEDROOM,   heated,   lower  duplex   in   Gibsons,   available July  1.  a4dults only. Ph.  886-9609. 4630-28  SMALL 2 BR house at Langdale; $85 p.m. 886-0697.  ���    4646-28  WANTED TO RENT  PERMANENT reliable family  wishes to rent 2 or 3 BR  home   from   July  1st.   Phone,,  886-2103. 4548-28,  DESPER.ATELY      need      2-3'  - bedroom house on acrage.,  Ph. 886-2546. 4625-tfn  LOCAL businessman requires  2   bedroom   home,   vicinity  Sechelt.   Will   sign  lease.  Ph.  885-2421. 4631-tfn  15-16   FT.   trailer,   July   3-16  for couple. Phone 886-2773.  4617-28  FOR SALE OR RENT  1 BEDROOM house, available  end of  May,  Wilson  Creek  area. Ph. 885-2153 after 6 p.m.  4482-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  DON'T buy a Mobile Home  until you see Neil Armstrong.  Send for our current listings.  No. 2 904B Brunette. Coquitlam, B.C. Corner Lougheed  Hwy. 524-5921. 4440-35  REAL ESTATE  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  LARGE VIEW LOT  WEST SECHELT  Suncoast    acres    subdivision,  100'xl50', cleared, full services.  By owner, $5500.  Phone  885-2812 or 885-9646    ...  4636-28  H. B. GORDON  ci 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 bodroom and .den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  ',.i  down.  *,.i acre of garden, lawns, and  shrubs; 3 bedroom home. $24,-  500 with  Vi down.  Davis Hay���2 bedroom home,  $16,500.  Viow lots from $3,200,  Halfmoon waterfront���300' at  $33,000,  View   lots���Davis   Bay.  H. Gregory 885-9392  ���KiSn-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous --  Meetings 11:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hull. Ph. 8115-0327, 8(1(1-  2971). 4431-tfn  WORMS     a     problem?     Umo  I'amovln Ihe. one dn.u.i treatment for plnwonns,  Available  at Krti.se l)ni|' Stores,   4501-30  WE HAVE MOVED  Near  St.   Mary'*.   Hospital  next to Peninsula Motors  Safeco Insurance  Js nvrdlnble ul  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% Bavin.'" for 5 year ncci-  dent-free driving, Phono 11115-  2235   or  call   Into  our  office,  We  nre ulso agent.*,  for  Knight & Squlro  Prefnb   and    Mobile    Homes  4 run-tfn  WORK WANTED  REAL ESTATE {Continued)     REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  1.2 ACRES waterfront 250'.  Well treed, parklike. 180  feet ramps and floats. Semifinished cabin located at quiet  bay at Pender Harbour. Full  price $35,000.00. L.D. payment.  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  PENDER HARBOUR  3 bedroom baauty, 9 years old.  V.L.A. in beautiful Garden  Bay,, gorgeous view, h.w. heat,  bsmt. suite, will make payments, Vs acre with water access. Buy now and have for  retirement. Good terms. Asking $36,500.  also  40 beautiful acres hear main  hyway. junction. 100 ft. waterfront with 10 yr. 3 bdrm. bsmt.  home. Asking $27,500. View  lot. close-in. asking $4,400  with $1,500 down 120x300.  Jack Noble 435-1924 or 883-  2701; RR 1 No. 1 Madeira Pk.  Rochester Realty Ltd.  936-7292  4616-28  SECHELT: The aristocrat p-  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 over looking 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 included in low price of $18,-  500.  Terms.  A REAL BUY! On the Sunshine Coast, 37 acres,, over  1500' front on paved road.  Sunny slope, creek thru'*. $30,-  000. Terms.  ROBERTS CREEK: Over 3  acres of delightful serviced  parkland, small clearing ready  for home, balance treed with  evergreen and our bautiful  Dogwood. Under brush cleared out. Vi block to good beach.  This won't last at only $7,800.  Do you dream of owning a  log home? Well here's a beauty on lge, secluded lot, and  consisting of 3 bdrms., lovely  living room with fireplace,  kitchen. Let us show it to you  soon.   Full  price  ony   $21,200.  K. BUTLER REALTY  Ltd.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICiS  4040-28  DAVIS BA.Y ��� $3,000 down.  New 2 bedroom pdst and .  beam. Built-in range. Dining  room, living room with fireplace, sun deck and carport.  Treed lot, quiet street near  beach. F.P. $22,900. Owner  will carry mortgage. 885-2019  or 987-0734. 4550-28  TWO beautiful sea view lots,  treed and sloping, one approx. 100'x230\ priced at  $3,750; one approx. 100'x300'  priced at $5,000. Terms. Phone  883-2318 or write Box 4546 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt. 4546-28  2  BEDROOM   all   electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only. Ph. 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 4483-tfn  WEST SECHELT ������ 2 yr. old  family home for sale on  view lot with beach access.  Dining room, kitchen, bathroom & unfinished living rm.  on main floor. Family room,  4 bedrooms, bathroom and  combination bathroom -���laundry up. Enclosed garage.  $26,500. Ph. 885-2821.  4589-27  GIBSONS    BLUFF:    Overlooking Howe Sound and harbour,   large   lot,   all   services.  Buy it for the future $6600.  886-2481  FOURPLEX: Live in one  apartment and rent three, in  Gibsons Village. Two-two  bedroom and two-three bedroom apts. F.P. $45,000 on  good terms.-  886-2481  NORTH; ROAD: Vt acre, pie-  shaped; priced for quick sale,  $2200.  886-2481  CHASTER ROAD: Acreage  with well built house, good  trees on uncleared part. $20,-  000 cash to A.S.  886-2481  VIEW LOT: Tuwanek,  walking distance to boat  launching and beach. Ready to  build. $3850.  886-2481  GARDEN BAY RD.: 2 lots  $3850 each. Building site will  be put in by owner. All services.  886-2481  REDROOFFS ROAD: Quite  a number of good sized lots,  some with view, priced from  $3900 to $5000. Investigate this  developing area.  886-2481  SELMA     PARK     WATER-  *��� FRONT:" Waterfront,-lot;.and  cabin, $11,000. semi-waterfront  lot and cabin, $8,500.  886-2481  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  Evenings:  Ken Crosby  Jack White  Jay Visscr  **��  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���- centre Sechelt���highway"  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-trn  APPRO'X 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  RUSTIC with modern comfort: 3 bdrm log house on !*-.  wooded acres in West Sechelt.  Beamed cathedral ceiling, fireplace in lge living rm; all-  electric kitchen. Workshop &  studio or guest room in separate building. Large garden  with greenhouse, . fruit lr*ees.  $23,000. Phone 885-2871.  4254-tfn  BAYVIEW  New Waterfront Development  Sargcant (Northwest) Bay  Offered for the first time-  Extra large, fully serviced  waterfront and view lots, all  with southern exposure. Just  minutes to Sechelt Village  with all facilities. For full  details and appointment to  view please contact Frank Lewis or Morton Maekay at 886-  9900.   Eves.   886-7088.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  (Exclusive Agent)  Gibsons Coquitlam  4604-27  WEST SECHELT Large  four bedroom house on two  acres of land. Stream thro,  property. Good water supply.  Carport, workshop bldg., driveway. A/O heat, 220 wiring.  Lovely fireplace. Very close to  school. F.P. $30,000 with $16,-  500 down. OFFERS.  GIBSONS: Small secluded  cabin, with big sundeck, fully  insulated, on FIVE level acres.  $6,000 full price, terms nego-  tiabe.  ROBERTS CREEK: 220 feet  level waterfrontage, with unfinished magnificent executive  home. 2200 sq. ft. floor area,  wired for intercoms, indirect  lighting, skylight, etc. Scale  model in our display window.  SEE THIS DREAM HOME  TODAY! F.P. $38,000, only  $15,000 down.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURAI^E  Notary Publi  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  LISTINGS WANTED  Do Wortmah 886-2393  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Lorrie Girard        886-7760  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  4641-28  CARS & TRUCKS   '55 CHEV. 4 door Sedan. Good  transportation.   885-2106.  FOUND  i  4579-29  PURSE  with  sum   of  money;  Saltery    Bay    area. ' Phono -  485-5236. 28  886-2098  880-2935  885-2300  4039-28  LOST  LOST vicinity Sechelt Waterfront,  red  and  white  nylon  sails   and   5   aluminum   mast.  Phone   885-9943. 4043-28  1907    RAIRLANE    G.T.    390.  4   speed   trans.   Immaculate  condition.    885-2358    after    5  p.m. . -4577=29  1960      FORD    Anglia,     1966  motor,  new  tires,   any  reasonable  offer.   886-7309.  4614-28  1968      TRIUMPH      Daytona..  Full    custom.    $1050    firm.  Phone 885-9706 eves 5-7  p.m.  4611-30  BOATS & ENGINES  LIFEBOAT off tug Sudbury  I in excellent condition, 21 'x  6' 7". Double ender, new  decks, etc. Mast, sail, 20 hp  Mercury. Full price $950.  Frank Lee, Madeira Park, B.C.  Ph.  883-2607. 4593-28  18 FT. open cabin crjnser with  , .45 HP electric start motor,  $650.   Ph.   886-7430.      4555-28  15' Aluminum with  convertible top,  55 h.p. Chrysler,  Electric    start,    single    lever  controls. All ready to go,  $1395  or make an offer.  Madeira Marina  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  '-      * 4598-28  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 HP Evinrude M. 1969 . $500  40 HP Evinrude El. 1968 $525  45  HP  McCulloch *$450  50 HP Viking      *$425  90 HP Evinrude 1964 .... *$595  90 HP Johnson 1965 s$625  115 HP Evinrude 1969 *$1197  ���includes controls.  MADEIRA MARINA  at; Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  4637-28  TRAILERS  4'x8'   UTILITY   trailer.   885-  2306. 4576-29  LIVESTOCK  4   YEAR   old.   mare,    riding  horse for sale. Call 886-9861  or 885-2310 after 5 p.m.  4612-30  MUSIC  FOR   piano   lesson,   call   885-  2464. 4645-30  PIANOS  Tuned   and  Repaired  Professionally  (i Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4226-tfn  PETS  TOY    an'd    miniature    poodle  puppies from $60. Also older  dogs.   885-9797. 4550-28  FREE "to good homes, kittens.  Phortp 885-2184. 4642-28  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.  36" ELECTRIC  range, drapes  12', couch and mattress, chesterfield   ste.,   end  table,   itwo  furnaces,  rug.  Ph.  885-2804.  4624-28  BEDROOM      suite,      kitchen  dishes,   ulcnsiles.   Ph.   8864  2549. 4628-28  LAWN Boy rotary lawn mower. $50.  Hand lawn mower,  $10.  1955  Ford  in  good  condition.  Phone  885-2035.  4644-28  BLACK   studded saddle,   bridle and   martingale. Good  condition.    885-2125    or   885-  2808. 4613-28  QUAKER   oil   cooking   range,  excellent condition, $80. Leonard  family  refrigerator,  $30.  Phone 886-7729. 4620-28  FULLY equipped trailer, $350  cash.   Phone   886-2529   eves.  4618-29  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  Va OF A MILLION  DOLLARS WORTH OF  USED EQUIPMENT  JD 440 Skidder Spare Wheel  $3,500. As is.  JD   440A   Skidder  Powershift  $12,500.  1  mo.  warranty.  C.V Can Car Skidder $2,950. as  is.  JD 540  Skidder has been on  2..mo.  rent $20,450.  10 mo.  warrranty.  Take Your Pick Of  6 450 Loaders, $13,800 to $16,  500.  6 350 Loaders, $6,700 to $10,-  500.  3 TD5 Loaders, $2,500 each.  10   Dozers,   $1,350   to   $11,000.  9  Rubber Tired Loader Hoes,  $2,350 to $6,950.  Mi Down Finance to 2 Years.  CALL COLLECT  EVENINGS  JIM   BLANCHE  988-9715  4633-20  SPARE Time Income. Refilling nnd collecting money  from New Type high-quality  coin-operated dispensers in  your niT'i, No wiling, To qualify you must have cur, references, $1100 to $2900 cash, Seven to twelve hours weekly can  net excellent monthly Income,  More full time. For porxonnl  Interview write Citnupcim  Distributing Ltd,, Dept A, Kill  Hay St., Suite 205, Toronto  I, Ontario, Include phone  number, 4(i27-2n  FOR RENT  JOHNSON'S .  Building Maintenance  Spcclaill-dn-*;  In paper linnglng,  Interior fa exterior deem nt Ing,  run cleaning. All types of  building  maintenance.  Phone non...715 after 4 pm,  4252-tfn  HIT/. Motel - Rate,*! by day,  week, Commercial crew  rales, Full housekeeping. Electric heat, MHI-2-.0I, Gibson:,,  MX'. 4423-lfn'  iTAuTToTTimt--Wilson Creek  Community    Hull.    Contact  Mr. II, Aubin at 1)115-0575.  2<M-tfn  3   ROOM   eo'ltage  by   week  or  month    for   Mimnier.    Phone  !l!in-��,07f>   (1-7   p.m.)       4l)*.M��-:iO  TRAILER SPACES  Cable vl-slon available, full  fafrvit'CK, including riinwrr and  WMh    Ivou**,-*,    j)Ks.vp-d    rcKjdwuy.  Sundance Trailer Court  Secliell,  \KV.  "Agent**   for  O.ner.d   fa   Cllen-  dfile  Mobile houie-i."  rrr  IP  (Fa,, a *        aM ���"* .��"��.-.       ���;, ..      �����*- \  * '*-   F . ��  *\    I  ,*,. >jV    *V"'S-'��*F-*I.*,'��'1,1!��VS�� ��.*���*' ** ",.-��� , ,     '   ������     ,a-    -'  '4^>^'"a^,^v^"- a ���;���/''���  v h   *T*��    , ���    A,,    .. �� ���r*   >     * WJ "     ,-A,-"   *    v    -Aj     --      -  ��  *.*. *���,   ��   -utM*  -KA^i/Si '-T**   V * V ** ,****.     *"��:>'�����*���*     "���W* '* vfc"*"-*-* M-"   '+ "*J-     *****    ���**���-**���      *    ���*"      *'  *?   tn l.'c^^f1'*' hIW   ?    * *    ** wtitoi^H     A   ���*.   v       <', A*!        ��� ' V      *  '   '  ffT*       II    > �� 1 '   %   *���     -*(.    *  BEAUTIFUL 2%  ACRE WILLIAM  ISLAND  At   lrvlno'��  Landing   In   Ponder   Harbour.   1,400   ft,   watorfront,  sheltered, drilled well, Full  prico $35,000 wilh  $10,000 down.  Phone   I!l55a!fir.,   <>r  llfl!V!Kl-UI  -.035-31  90' V/oterfront lot ot Pender Horbour���$7000,  95' Woterlront lot ot Fori Cove���$9000,  Vi Aero -.emlwotcrfront lot nt Fori Covo���$2500.  230' Waterfront, Pender Harbour, open to offer,  (t\'t  Acrci, Modelro Pork,   1100'  Ironlogo on Highway-���$11000.  10 Acrm. Fori Covr��, opnn to oiler,  4 ',!) Acre, with 550' on l-illio Lako, open 10 nflor.           I Mi Arm view lot, Modelro Pork���$4500.  Many other view owl srml-wolerfrorU \o\\ from $2500 to $0000,  Terrm available on otw-ivo propeiiiei,  Dhcount for Ca*��h. .  OLLI SLADEY  , !. ..      Moclelra Park, B.C.  Phone Pender Harbour 883-2233  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  VIEW LOT SELMA PARK No. 1454  Lovely view of Gcorfjla Strolt from this lot located Just out of  Davis Boy on tho hill, nicely treed, $3950. Coll Stan Anderson,  885-2385.  DUPLEX SELMA PARK~ ~  This Is a good revenue property, live In lower half, rent upper  half, 2nd storey has separate outside entrance, largo lot fully  serviced, a good buy at $22,000 down on $35,000 F.P. Call  Stan Anderson, 885-2385,  20 ACRE FARM No, 1150R  Cozy 2 bedroom homo plus large born. This proporty Ideal for  boarding horses. 100 loo storage capacity for hay in barn.  Mostly cleared and cultivated, $45,000, easy torms, Call Jack  Anderson, 885-2053,  SANDY HOOK ~ No.   1564  Nlco summer cabin approx,, 500 sq, it, ond only 100 yards to  beach and boat lounch, a lovely oreo with a flood vlow from lorgo  sundeck. $13,500 F.P., $7500 down. Call Stan Anderson,  085-2385.  DAVIS OAY ~' No. 1607  3 bedroom ranch stylo on loroo fenced landscaped lot, Auto, oil  heal, laundry and utility room, lust step', to beach. $23,500 F.P,,  some terms at 6%, Call Jock  Anderson,  885-2053,  6 ACRES ROBERTS CRF.EK ' :    No, 1621  Southern slope, lovely treed pork-like property, Ideal for camp  8. trailer pork, on wator supply, $8750 F.P,, terms, Call Jack  Anderson,  885-2053,  DAVIS OAY  This Is Ihe cleanest house on tho Peninsula, A real show placo, A  years old, grounds hove had extensive core ond show It. Soil will  grow anything, 1150 sq. ft, of living area, all rooms aro larqo  and bright fireplace of lovely notutol rock, $35,500 F,P,, $27,000  down,  Coll  Ston Anderson,  005-23ftr��,  ROBERTS CREEK ACRFAGF. ~ No, 1579  Plus attractive 2 bedroom homo, fireplace, lorgo bright kitchen,  61i acres, Ideal for subdivision. $1(1,000 F.P, Call Jock Anderson,  005-2053.  WATERFRONT ~ No. 1662  This Is 365 feel of good uinbln waterfront plus 4 acres of  lonil  In   Gunboat    Hoy,    Jint    $13,500   cosh,    Coll   Slon   Anderson,  085-2385.  SELMA PARK VIEW ������-  Lots 90x170 only  $3500  F P,  Coll   Jock   Anderson,   805-2053,  HOTEL LAKE LOT Mo   1626  l9Mrai'<br included, 80' frontnna 45 acres, $4500 F.P., $1,000  down, Coll Jack Andor.on,  flfilb(-/053.  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  Box 155, Sechelt  Secholt 0d5-2235 Gibsons 886-7015  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  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 Sechelt,  300' watorfront, all services available. Sultoblo for  Motel/Hotel complex, $68,000.  BUSINESSES  Ladles'/Children's Wear, llttlo or no competition, located right In  tho centro of tho Ponlnsula, Excellent opportunity. Terms,  Variety Store 5 & 10c located on Peninsula, Prima location 1750  sq. ft. Ideal for man and wlfo operation. Slock $20,000. Terms.  Evergreen collecting wholesaler plus small theatre, 100' watorfront  with four bedroom residence, Land alono worth holf asking valuo.  High return for owner-operator, Investigate this and phone mo,  Mr. Good 263-4993, Terms on $55,000, or your house In port  trade. *  PENDER HARBOUR  Located overlooking Gordon  Opy W05*  or-<-  Southern exposure  Just off the highway with eight overage sii-o lots,  can bo subdivided, $20,000 down or your property.In  trado.   Ideal retirement, Mr, Good, 263-4993,  LOTS  Two waterfront on Frances Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  coch, Abo 50 acres $45,000,  From $3250 Garden Bay Lake, sco signs,  WATERFRONT  Do-ilrablo lot at Sechelt $9,250, Low down payment,  Retirement or Summer homo on tho beoch, Solmo Park, $12,500  F.P. Terms.  HOMES  Summer or Perm, re.ldonco Halfmoon Boy, Garden Day, Pender  Harbour, split level $16,900, Larger modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landing, Howo Sound, about $25,000 will  hondlo. Will never Ikj reprxiled, As a prestlgo waterfront residence.  Over 5 bedrooms and gue-,t accommodation,  largo grounds.  Commercial Binlne*.**. and Lorgo Acrcogos. Phono Mr. Good  263-4993, 24 hours, I represent your oreo, Block Bros,  Realty Ltd., the largest In lha West, I om a realtor ond a  member of |ho InduMriol, Commercial ond Investment Division  of the ginalcr Vancouver Reol Estate Hoard,  FOR, THE SUNSHINE COAST, PHONE ME���WE SELL!  2693 Granvlll�� St., Vancouver. Mr, Good 263-4993, 24  hour*  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LID.  -���,;,.*,. i-.j... ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE af^fe^^a^ --���%t ^a^vAa yAA-A.,: v;\Aiv*A-*  A->f-r?;?A;V "A A v A'^AJfiA aa- A2"* 4-^ *,�� A* vIA-m ��� **���** V'��\^.n-^A|:v''tf'^d'y A<V '^i'-,*��>^A:>A^  i  **��  A  ���:-*    ;- h1/^<7^��^if;��p7>r>'  "u *v' *   * -���' ���������' "-- </AfeA *."  A   "ft        ��������� ���*-  5 afJ F- ^     3*'      ' -***'V*f*%t> '  ���*.#, A v.'g"**K^ f*1  Get-together June 13th . . .  >ecne  metes  olds jeat-em  FINAL meeting of the 1969-70 year of    in this District will be held on Satur-  the Sechelt L..V to the Brownies and    day. June 13th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Guides  was  held  on  Wednesday,   June     "* /~'~~���'- �����--���   T*>---1���f~ T}"~A  3rd, at the home of Mrs. Mary Flay.  The Tea and Bazaar held May 28th  was discussed.  The event  proveU to be  very successful    again   this    year,   due  mainly  to the  cooperation of everyone  concerned with planning it and carrying  out the various functions, as well as the  generous   c'ontributions   of  baking    and  sewing  from  mothers of Brownies,  and  other interested parties. The L.A. wish to  extend a special  vote of thanks to the  ladies   who  so   graciously  consented   to  pour. These included: Mrs. Ted Peters,  Mrs. C. Mittelsteadt, Mrs. W. Swain and  Mrs. W. Reid. )  The   members    should   also    like   to  extend their thanks to all those who in  any   way   helped   make   this  event  the  success it was.    ���  Winners of the door prize were:  Adult prize ��� Mrs, Florence Flay;  Girl's prize (doll)���Caroline Newsham;  Boy's prize (dart game)���Brian Underlain,  Baby's prize (stuffed toy)���Randy Benner.  at Cooper's Green, Redroofs Road.  Sechelt Garden Club's  flower show scheduled  SECHELT Garden Club's Flower Show is  scheduled for Saturday, June 20th and  most of the business conducted at last  meeting of the Club dealt with arrangements for the popular show.  Mrs. Janet Allen show manager went  over the schedule, explaining various  classes.  Judges will be Mr. Paullie from  Vancouver; Mi*. Dave Doig of Sechelt  Garden Centre will judge potted plants  and Mrs. Ann Martin from Ann-Lynn  Florists will judge flower arrangements.  Tickets are selling well for the raffle, first prize is a hanging basket with  a food hamper as second prize. There  will also be a plant sale with refreshments served. Tickets are 50c adults and  Practical Mathematics  Learning complicated maths the  practical way with Maths teacher Mr.  W. Dahl, Elphinstone grade 8 class  found angles had to be very accurate  when making this geodesic dome  using isosceles triangles sixty with  base angles of 61 degrees and 30 with  base angles of 55 degrees. Equations  were proved correct when dome was  measured. The dome 8 feet across  base looks more impressive from inside. Cardboard boxes were courtesy  Super. Valu.  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, June 10, 1970  ANGLICAN CHURCH  FOR ST. HILDA'S SERVICES  Call 885-9440  or 885-9673  The annual book sale is again bein^g    25c children.  planned. This year it will be held August  1st, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in front  of Gordon & Kennett Real Estate Office.  Persons wishing to donate books of any  sort, may drop same of at the Toggery  or George Flay's Barber Shop.  It has been learned that the 2nd Sechelt Brownie Pack will be in need of  a Brown Owl and Tawny Owl in September. Anyone interested in working  with the children please ^contact Mrs.  Dorothy Stockwell  at 885-24��4.  Plans "for the Brownie Revel to be  hold June 13th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  were discussed.  1st and 2nd Secholt Brownie Packs,  as well as Wilson Creek and Ponder  Harbour Brownie Packs, will all participate, This event i.s to lie held al Cooper's  Green, Redroofs  Road.  Mrs. Laura Potts, a hard-working nnd  long-time member of the L.A., will not  be with the L,A. nexl year, As a token  of their appreciation, the L.A. presented  Mrs. Potts with a Brownie coffee spoon.  Mrs. Potts will bo unused very much.  Next meeting or the L.A, will be held  September 16th at the home of Mrs, Mnrv  Flay.  The children's dish garden competition is open to all children under 12 years,  not  necessarily member's  children.  Mr. Bill Murray of Murray's Garden  & Pet Shop, Gibsons gave members an  authoritative talk on the different types  and care of evergreen shrubs and answered members' questions,  4 Mr. Frank Read will be holding a  garden tour on Sunday, July 5th.  Garden Club members say, "See you at  the Show on Saturday, June 20lh!'.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:! 5 o.m.  PHONE 885-9665  All Welcome  a  "The Spiritual Revolution  BAHAI'S' OF SUNSHINE COAST  885-2088 - Sechelt, B.C.  Bahai Fircsido  every Tuesday - Phone 886-2078  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Service  11  o.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  IL BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.   Phono 886-2551           Free Estimates -Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402      Bo* 185, Gibsons, B.C. .  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest -  Ten years 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 Ca��-   FREE EST!MATES  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. & Grondview Ave.   P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Solo  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At the Sign of thc Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8. MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Aery Weldina  Steel Fabricating,��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Rot*. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School.��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico ��� 11.15 a.m.  Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  r  BROWNIE PACK  The   linn I   I.inwnio    moolinf*;   or    the  I.s!   Sechelt   I.rownii' Pm-k   for  the   ID.Jf)-  70 your was held on June Uiul. jjj  .Several mnthc-ni were present, ns well *,"  ns District Guider. Mrs, Dnnaldn Sifjnuin, ij  and Distriel Commissioner, Mrs. Dorothy ft  Stockwell, ' i'  * i  Natalie  Van   Esmond  was   pii>,*.*i.U*.l , {  wllh the Golden Mar, and Sandra .linden- ?'.*  sen  received  her  Collector's  Mndf-e, |j  This   wns  a  very   Important   day   for j}/'  three ol' the Brownies of hd Sechelt Pack, f'  as    they    received    their    Golden    Hand f  Hud*!!',-,,   This   liad|;e   sli'iilfles   that   Ihey f-  hnve   completed    all   the   tests    In    Ihe j)-,'  nn.wnle   liandhonU        and   they  will   he vj,  able to "fly" up to Guides hi September, W  Tin* Ihree luippy /.Irl.-* we Beverly .lack- /'  non,  Debbie    Nr*,,ln..u.,    and    Christina /.  Underbill. {}  Mrs,   Inijrld     Underbill,     Fairy   God- )'.'  mother   for   the    1st   .Sechell    Pack,   was |  very   surprised   and   pleased   when   ulie .?'  was  piesenled   wllh  the  Friendship   Pin j\  by   IliDwn   Owl   Mrs, iRo.-o   Hodway   al- ".  this meellnj:, *'  Allhouuh   this   wns   tbe   last    official {,-.  meeting, a final i;et-tone!her of all packs *���  ^|.F.ia-.^.,,|,l,|,||p.i..,.,l.Hl.iii,|i,.,|ii.ill|i.l,ly,i,|��1���,,,w,���i|||,<i yn.ayi.,11  ���     Z I)  ^SLlLaBaaaaaaAaaaa:lj.,n ,Ja.. ,J.alll.,..F ,.,*-r.,...* .^.�� f|UaIy &.^W,m    ,     _ T  r  1 ^...~  ���ts^^*^  ft '��� ,r f:it.74^t>'i^ 1'.*;i\X?-it-C.jlw',(.y ',''lV-V*.*\7,7,}Lul:,i^LM  SECMELT AGENCIES DATE PAR  ��� Thlii f roo reminder ol comlno events Is o sorvico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phono Peninsula Times direct for freo listings, speclfylno "Date  Pod", Plenso noto (hot space Is limited and somo advance dotes moy  hove to wolr their turn; also thot thli Is o "reminder" listing only ond  ���"onnnt' nlwovs corry full details i  "-"ra/WH-yflm^  June   10���7 p,m, Gibsons Municipal  Holl,  Court  of  Revision- -Woter-  frontage Roll, lly-low No. 217,  June   12���B   p,m,  Si,   Hlldo's   Holl,   Sunshlno   CooM   Senloi   CHI/ens'  Mouslno Society,  Annual Genciol Mcellno,  June   1.1-���7:30  p.m.   Masonic   Hall,   Roberts   Creek    Job'-,   Daughter?  Installation.  June 13 7-A p.m. Church I loll, Sechelt, Holy l"nmily PorNi Hnl<e Salo  ond Strowhetry Ten,  June   13���10 o,m,-3 p.m. Coopor's Gieen Redroolf*.   Brownie Revel.  June   18���-1:30 p.m. Legion I loll. Sechelt. Senior CHlivtv.' Av,n,  June  19-7 p.m. I.eQlon Hall, Sechelt.  Kinsmen sponsored Swim Class  Parents Nile,  June  20     1   p.m, Sccehlt   Indlon  Village   Hnll,   Homemokeis   l)o*fnnr,  Raffle and Teo,  June 20--from 7 p.m.  St, lllldo**. Holl,  Sechell,  Coiden Club Dower  Show. '  ASK ABOUT OUR SAFECO INSURANCE  AND SAVE MONEY  SchooB and  Gower Point Road,  Gibsons  Phone: ��86-7313  Multiple: Lilting Servico  Voncouver Rrol Eiloto  floortl  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  mi  AGENCIES imp.  ti  Gibsolis 006-7015  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Eyery Wednesday  886-2248;   1 *  ".i"..; ������. '.':.:.. ..'�����..:. .* ������   -������������  HOWE'..SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - 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  Sechelr, B.C. Phone 885-2339  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 Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2813  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd.# Pender Harbour, B.C.   Tel: 883-2414   READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  F;pr All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beninger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  r-ino lino of fabrics,  ��� Samples brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AUDIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sechelt to Portdor Harbour  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Modelra Pork, 0 C,   GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK  Albert Ronnborg 886-2996  or Norman Cootcs 886-2483  Wolcomo to tho Floorshino Coast  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Speclolht*. In Cleaning - Door Woxlng  Sproy DuttlriQ - Window Cleonlna  RCASONADLG RATES  KEN, C, STRANGE  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Hovies - 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 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.   Res. 886-9949   C 8t S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phone 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  ,ANADIAN    IfRpPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  i - Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsdns,  B.C.  Offico 886-2481 Res. 886-2131  ROY fi, WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnitli 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park -' Pender Harbour  Parts & Marino Service  Dealer for Evinrudo,  O.M.C. Stern Drivo  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K&C Thermoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  Rototllllng - Lawn* owl Lowlscoplna  Corp.'iitry - Plumblno - Sopllc Tonks  L^lf. cleared of clcbrh or ony job,  No Job Ton Small onrf Seldom Too Big,,  Phono 885-9418  William S. Pooley, R.R. 1, Sechctr, D.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Comp..r Silos, Fully Modern Cabins,  Tenllna Ground*.  I.oiineblng Ramp, Hoot Ron.aU, Moorogo  Unanwdrd Natural Setting In tbo Heart of tbe  fhblnQ Ground*, Follow tbo slon*.  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reuphblstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.      or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa towhia  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 ESTIAAATES  .     Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates   Phone 886-7477  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 885-2700  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  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  aSSO 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 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anvwhere In Canada.  General Freight.  Low-bed and heavy hauling.  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 - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FCRTIUZER - PEAT MOSS  Phone 886-2684  i GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gar. - Dlciol Repairs - Weldlno  Evlnrudo Soils - OMC Parts & Sorvico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  i  Taping and Filling by bond ond mochlno  ���Spray Tex Sparklo Celllno*j^���  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.   ,���! .   CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  For Tho Best Job In Town  Phone 805-2375 anytimo  FREE ESTIMATES  Box 593, Secholt  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Dlv. of Coait Docklioo & Trucking Ltd,  Fibrc-tlla*-'*. Septic Tonki sold ond ln'-tolle<|  Droin Tllo ��� Cement - Rcinforclna Rod'.  Distribution '"ox.-., etc.  Box 89; Madeira  Park  Phono 803-2274  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Grovol. Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.    883-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Port-,,, B.C.  Architectural Designer! - Gwerol Contractori  Residential and Commercial  :  Phono 005-2013, Sflchctf,  or Vantauret 601-5 710  ALEX. __.' >or GEORGE ARDLEY  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block '  Next to the Co op Store  Gibsons 886"2322  THE IIMES  Sechelt���885-9654  HM*'tinwmmmi#w%nr**irmi*,*wmmvwv\tviririniiaKt&ii  F*aAA*>-A. j-w***. f,�� ��������?-,���**'��������� ���j*^^;c*-;v:w"*!vr*V��*'^*;;''*r'-v;'*F-,.ft'H*rW T."'**.'-,tSSi-�����**.->���;��., i-%e->*!"^:j*i'?^��'i!gA-,^;',;>**'?ffi" ..a*''.*^'*.^  '#�� *       ��� ���* ,       ��� ���    - .       .  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  .      Wednesday, June 10, 197p  The Peninsula^^s^  "/ may be wrong, but 1 shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  -���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, EtYiVor find Publisher  .TTiim�� to to-ausaQlesa ��m&foarfk  SUGGESTION recently by a Sechelt  alderman that tightening up of the  Subdivision Bylaw include request for  paved- roads. was_ rejected by certain  members of councjl as too drastic and  the fact that such a proposal would, in  effect, be taking things a Iittle-too far.  Such an attitude, we would suggest,  is extremely negative and small thinking for there is no good reason why a  subdivider within the village should not  be required to put in paved roads and  lanes. It is no, different to any other  business and while we might welcome  such subdivisions it happens to be a fact  that the subdivider is not some angel of  mercy, he is a businessman out to make  money, and more power to him. However, when any other businessman builds  a place of business the area between his  building and the sidewalk is .his responsibility even though it might well be put  to use as parking area.  If a developer is forced to put in  paVed roads, he naturally will add the  cost to his lots but this does not muaft  bouncing up land costs. He is simply  providing another service which naturally  has to be paid for. Certainly a neatly  laid out subdivision with paved roads  would be considerably more attractive  than-some of thc rougly laid gravel tracks  we see from time to time.  The present absurd situation is that  the developer has to conform to Bylaws  which call for adequate drainage and  4" gravelled roads,, Lanes do not neces-*-  sarily even have to be gravelled if the  nature of the ground is considered gravel  enough. However, once council approves  and accepts this minimum standard of  road and lane construction, it is then  responsible ever more for maintenance  and eventual paving. In other words, the  developer sells off his lots, probably assuring his customers that they arc within  the Village and it is just a question of  time before council will have to pave,  and indeed, put in sidewalks. He would  be quite right, of course,' foFnot too many  established and growing communities  are content to put up with gravel roads  any more.  ��� Imposition of paving would hurt.no-  one for the developer would add the  cost to his lots which in turn, although  more expensive, would be so muferrmorc  attractive that they would sell far  quicker. Value of the homes once'built  would be that much more and instead  of the village having to carry out small  paving contracts each year or so and  never catching up, it would virtually  have instant paving without having to  burden the taxpayers. ���  This would seem a simple and logical situation and considering a current  subdivision developer has indicated it is  his intention to pave, there is no reason  why it should not be mandatory for  everyone.  WHEN a person reads in a company's  annual statement that the company  made a profit of $45.2 million, that  person���if he is one of us average joes  ���usually thinks "pretty nice ... boy  what I could do with even a half-  million!"  He is apt to forget that the $45.2  million is the product of more than  just punching a clock in the morning  and punching it again at the end of thc  shift. Perhaps he does not realize, that  the $45.2 million represents less than  could be earned by closing up the company���and some 7,500 jobs���and putting the company's invested capital in,  the bank, which would pay 7%% interest, without any risk of loss, any  responsibility of management, any headaches. Perhaps he does not realize that  thc $45.2 million, while a tidy chunk  of money in one lump, represents only  7% total profit; that the larger part of  the profit (4%)) was riot given to shareholders but retained in thc business to  buy new machinery and new plants, to  pay for research to keep up with the  competition and keep ahead of progress.  Let's put it another way. If that  $45.2 million profit was cut up among  employees (forgetting thc shareholders  who own the business), each would get  about $6000,���That's a nice windfall.  Each employee could buy a new boat,  or a car, or a new fridge, color TV and*  a few other household necessities. Or  take that big, big vacation. Or do a lot  of things which he's been saving for a win  in Loto Quebec or the Irish.  So far, so good, Next year comes  the need for an expansion, the modernization of a machine, a new' installation,  the replacement of a building. These do  not come in peanut-size amounts. They  start at two or three million (for thc  smallest) and run to $250 million for  some of the big ones (like the No. 10  expansion at Powell River.)  Therefore, in order to keep things  going, in order te keep a competitive  plant and thus job sccurtiy,  the coin-  ThE PENINSULA*y5*meA-  ���Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  on H.C.'a Sunshine Coast  by  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  "Hox3IO-SeclicU, B.C.  IhmiiUts ti. Winder, lUllior and Publisher  Subscription Rates: (In advance.)  1 Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Ycnrs, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmtml  (Howe Sound lo Jervh Inlet)  pany comes back with: "Well, fellas,  we need $6000 apiece from you . . . we  can't borrow it at the bank or on the  market, because we have no earnings,  and money-lenders are not in the habit  of loaning to non-profit businesses . . .-  we can't interest shareholders, because  they like dividends ... so please have  your $6000 ready next Monday so we  can sign the expansion contract and  thus have a job for you next year . . ."  This is not far-fetched. Of course,  it will never be spelled out like this.  But it happens. As, for instance, with  thc Goodyear rubber plant in Toronto,  which closed recently with a loss of  I about 600 < jobs, ���" simply because1 it! Was  out-dated and could not keep up with  foreign competition. Or thc Outboard  Marine Corporation plant which closed  in Burnaby a few years ago because  it could not produce lawnmowers and  outboards to sell at a price that customers would pay. Or the machine  Works in Vancouver which closed down  because its plant was outmoded and no  longer could make a profit. Thc owners  and thc employees all lost out.  No one denies a producing worker  a fair share of thc loot. The problem  is deciding thc fair share. When that  question arises, $45.2 million profit has  to be forgottpn, and percentages studied.  Fletcher's Philosophy  ������Horry W. Fletcher  RI-.MI.DY  A likely young fellow was Thomas McHliule  Who worked very hard for each penny he  made; '>  He fought his w'ty upward by thrift und design  And lavished no money on women or wine.  because of his frugal and seemly renown,  lie came to the notice of people in town,  And thus was elected lo office of slate  To make proper laws and reduce the tux rale.  Hut like many others, our pennywisc lad,  Who used to preserve every dollar he had,  lorgoi nil he came for and joined in n bash  Of raising our taxes and M|iiundcring cash,  He voted for billions In give-away bills  As if money grew on wijd blueberry hills,  He gayly upheld all non-scnsical K'hcmes  Hegaidless and deaf to (he laxpayciV scieiinis,  I he wonder lo mc Is why people permit  Minority rule, when the answer, lo-wit:  Is simple unite, use our powerful vole  To make ourselves heard, and Mop being the  goal!  Ktimlnop-i KriUr tu.yi. Unit a p.ul vvbo  minikm a mini lo iiieii.l bis way:, hi apt  to find Unit li�� Isn't worth a darn.  mmmmmmmm*ma*m< ������������  WFWWaaniPJMP��FWaPI>aWWtWIMn  hie 4 ffjSt  kerne 6  * PERMANENT FLORALS AND ARRANGEMENTS  antique  nam he-opened  m the Richter Block, Sechelt  with mores floor space and a  larger sefectiotn of floral arrangements.  AAickio Gregory - Phono 885-2339  V"A   ,j��%*  Readers Right  Long range plan  Editor, The Times,    ���  Sir: Of recent weeks your excellent  paper has come to my attention. I was  particularly interested by the letters to  the editor (May 20th) concerning NARP  (National Association for Red Power.  Your readers may be interested to  know that although NARP was launched  in July, 1968, plans to use our Native  Indians as revolutionaries goes back to  1905 when a .woman, Stanislava Suplato-  vich, an early Communist, escaped from  Tzarist Poland, was adopted by a Shawnee  Indian tribe, married an Indian, (Loo-  Karkc Onema) and gave birth to a son,  Sat-Ok. In 1938 she returned to Poland  with her" son. Following the take-over  of Poland by the Communist Sat-Ok  joined the secret police.  He entered the Canadian scene December 28th, 1964, when the Communist  Canadian Tribune told of his working  with Canadian Sha-wnees, Hurons and  Crees. At Expo 1967 (the Soviet Pavilion  promoted two J?.?oks by Sat-Ok which  dealt with oppressed Indians of Canada.  Between 1965 arid _ 1967 Sat-Ok was in  Havana ^-broadcasting to Canadian and  U.S. Indians. One such broadcast was  picked up-- in Vancouver October 6th,  1967 and w(hich Robert Thompson, M.P.  for Red Deer, brought up in the House  of Commons. Events then moved quickly.  The Vancouver Young Socialist Forum  (Trotskyite) organized the first Black  Power ��� Red Power organizational meeting on October 14th, 1967. Scan, official  organ of Canada's young Communist detailed the formation of the Red Power  movement.  Unfortunately too many of our local  Indians are not aware of the long range  and evil plan to use them as fodder in.  the plan for revolution. Should we ever  wind up with world Communism our  Indians and Negroes would wind up in  a state of unbelievable slavery as has  happened in all the Iron Curtain Countries.  MARY DUNLEIGH  Vancouver, B.C.  Dupes  Editor, The Times,  Sir: -I speak on the serious matter of  pollution: Detergents, dozens of detergents, with a heavy per cent content of  phosphate, (and I believe nitrate), all  attractively lined up on the market  shelves. Some include a bonus, such as  a towel and face cloth. The TV media  proclaims brand X makes clothes whiter  than white. Brand.XI may have a ridiculous magician appearing out of thin  ' air, proclaiming the virtues of XI. There  are dozens, always with paid females  swooning with graditude, and vowing to  use no other.  By now we should all be aware that  phosphate and nitrate do not evaporate  nor disentegrate. They, with other effluents, finally are discharged into the  nearest body of water; be it lake, river,  or sea. They cover the waters, killing  the algae and fish life. The time is overdue right now, when people should start  to think; and take action. IT HAS: BEEN:  BROUGHT TO OUR ATTENTION.  I believe it is time for the millions  of Canadian housewives to do their part.  Do not buy, detergents any more.. Do not  fall for the stupid ads any more.'it would  be a beginning, and certainly would help.  There is now available in most stores,  a Basic 3IO-DEGRADABLE ORGANIC  CONCENTRATED household cleaner.  This simply means it is phosphate free.  By all means use JT, Insist on it.  I blame our Canadian Government  for not banning detergents at once. I  blame the merchants for pushing them.  I., blame* the dupes for buying them. If  all Canadian housewives would do their  part actively, not JUST TALK about  pollution, it would be a good START.  (Mrs.) VERA  LOBB  Worthy project  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I had the pleasure of attending  the .second annual All Indian Bund Tut-  loo at Chilliwack on Saturday, May 30,  also the first, one, held last year in Kamloops, and would like to comment on the  excellent performance of the young lu-  ciiun boys and girls taking part. Their  playing and counter ��� marching left  nothing to  be desired,  The Sechelt Residential Band took  part, led by Brotlier Francis MacDonuld  iind with less than r. month's practice, the  ���noyti and girls put on u very worthy  show,  The whole idea of the Annual Tattoo  was conceived by Hon. Isabel Dawson  nnd is organized to perfection by Jim  Fitzpatrick, Next your, I believe Mrs.  Dawson plans a three week tour of B.C,  with all linnd.s, which will be really  worth seeing. Thoy will'try lo make as  many major cities ns possible In ihe time.  There were ubmil 20��-2r)0 young In-  illiin people participating In the Tattoo  nnd their behaviour was exemplary, It  is a nlinme more young people do not  tuke a page out of the book of these  fine youngster.*, and do something other  than cause disruption iirounil the country.  I stayed in the same niolel as ono  of the participating bunds nnd I can't  miy when 1 have met u better behaved  group,  May I say through your paper, a  sincere vote of thanks lo Mrs, Dawson,  ,.Iim Fitzpatrick, and all band musters  who took part. To the buys and f.j.1..,,  "you are a credit to your country",  I may nol be able lo go for three  weeks next year, bill you can bet I'll  be at us many as 1 can, Thuiik you,  WIN   'I'bYNIlKI*:  Best ever drive  I'.ditni',   The   Times,  Sir; Cilbson.'i Ciibi mid ficiiutu held th..  '���|)e,-,t Kver" bottle drive on May .'Kith and  many  titan!..-.   noc,,  to   the   hoA-  donors  ,    who  really   helped   *,.,   umiuI.  The C.Hili|i Cniiiiiiitlei. would uli.u like  lii   III,ink   the   ninny   willing  driver,;   aiul  *.. the.Kood   bidinHwIio   linn   out   ^n   fnith  fully   lo  give*  tbe  hoy-,  nod  driver;,,  hot  dogs  and  we|l deserved  m,||  drinks*  Tbe ni-opernimn nf' lM\\fc\- Valu, Hut-in  Slioibein, Jack  Clement,  Huh Kelly  the IVntnsiilu Times  prei'liileil.  Moy   .Scouts   and   Cubs,   tluim**l*   their  ^np metal und bottle-drive tire, donating  part of the money to the Gibsons Girl  Guide Association and the Gibsons Athletic Association.  GIBSONS GROUP COMMITTEE  Appreciation  Editor, The Times,  Sir: We would like to extend to Mr.  Gordon Hall, our sincere thanks and  appreciation for the very delightful day  we spent aboard his boat the Gay 90*s.  Mr. Hall arranged this tour for us, so  that we should be able to describe the  magnificient scenery of the Sechelt Inlet  to those tourists seeking information at  the Sechelt Information Bureau.  THE VOLUNTEER HOSTESSES  Sechelt Information Bureau  Reunion  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I would appreciate your assistance in trying "to locate members of 405  Squadron from its wartime era, 1941-45  and the post-war period, 1950-70. "Would  you please place the following in your  letters to the editor column:        , "'  GATHERING OF EAGLES  From 1941 to 1945 and again from 1950  to the present day, Eagles have Dared.  The call is out again for all who will dare.  On September 18, 1970 all Eagles will  gather at CFB Greenwood for the 25th  anniversary of the Squadron. During this  gathering the Eagles will be presented  with their Official Colours.  All former Eagles are invited to attend  this gala Reunion. If you are interested  please write for full details to:  .-*���*.        '       CHIEF EAGLE  VP 405 .'[Squadron CFB Greenwood, NS  Scout invasion  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Close to 500 Scouts and Leaders  will 'invade' the Vancouver-Coast Region's  201-acre campsite, "Camp Byng", on the  Lower Road between Roberts Creek and  Gibsons from July 5th to 11th, 1970.  The occasion will be the first Jamboree  ever held by Burnaby Scouts. Burnaby  Scout Headquarters report boys and leaders will be coming from all over British  Columbia and some from the United  States for this wonderful outdoor camping holiday.  A copy of their Jamboree instructions  to thc boys and leaders who have registered for this gala event, is enclosed  for additional information.  Camp Chief will be Mr. Stan Fisher  of   Burnaby,  former   Burnaby   Regional  Commissioner  and   present  member   of  . their Council.  Burnaby Scouting personnel have been  up to Camp Byng each weekend recently  and will continue to do so up to July  5th opening. If there are any local residents wishing to assist this group prepare the campsite for this big event they  would be most welcome. We suggest they  go direct to Camp Byng and report to  Camp Warden Maxwell Hammersmyth or  the Burnaby Scouters in charge of the  work parties,.  We do hope you will be able to make  mention of this special youth activity in  your area through the medium of your  excellent papers.  JACK ADAIR  ?i\  ?  Dr. J. Pat Perry wishesjo announce the opening of the  AT SCHOOL AND GOWER POINT ROAD IN GIBSONS, ON JUNE 1st.  PHONE 886-7313  The office will be open from 9:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday  with clinic hours between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. by appointment.'  24 HOUR EMERGENCY ANSWERING SERVICE  F- "a-l  gasss^^  Couple applyin for extension of son's  college loan: "We had his board and tuition figured out right, but we didn't  count on bail."  y@ur@  smiling  call for  This advertisement Is not published or displayed by tho  Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia  *-JI'''l|H '.Wa.'ILlllUIWIiDUl U.UWHJWI.  "  If*  H^ff'i'W'.'.Kft'H  =���?.  BO-aMST-OKE  A Good Selection of  Popular COOKBOOKS  Sechelt 885-9654  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  1970 CANADIAN CEREAL COOKERAMA  DESSERTS  GRANNY'S OLD SPICE CAKE  Preheat oven to 350",  Grease one cake pan 8"xl2"x2" or 9"xl3"x2" and dust  the  bottom lightly with flour.  Cr<4am.  Yz cup butter or margarino and gradually blend in  1 Yz cups of brown sugar. Beat light and fluffy.  Add: ,*���  2 eggs  1 teaspoon of lemon juice, Deal thoroughly.  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  SEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemfone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  mill  iil\viiy,i much  np-  Blcnd and sift together:  1 Yi cups of flour (all-purpose)  3 teaspoons baking powder  Yx teaspoon of salt  1 teaspoon of cinnamon  1  teaspoon of nutmeg  1 teaspoon applo-plc spice  Add:  I cup Kellogg's All-Bran  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at-.  . .  Add dry ingredients to creamed mixture, alternately with 1 cup ol1  heated applesauce. Blend after each addition. Add I cup of raisins  that have been lightly dusted with flour.  Bake in pro-heated oven of 350" for 30 to -10 minutes. Turn over  on a cake rack to cool.  ICING  Cream 1 cup of soft butter. Add 2 cups of icing sugar gradually  and blend each timo thoroughly.  Add \Yz teaspoons of lemon juice and I teaspoon t>f grated lemon  rind.  When finally blended odd~V4* citp of sour creom, If ihfs mixture is*  too light odd more king sugar for the thickness required to Ice the coke.  Ice cake when thoroughly cooled. Place in refrigerator for V* hour  before serving,  Tho above recipe does moko two cakes 8"x0"x2" if so desired,  You may freeze one cake for a later time.  FASHION  Gibsons, B.C.  NE'S  SI  Ph. 886-9941  TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  WEAH  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAfS  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Ccntro  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER ANP BUILDING,  SUPPLIES  Serving Tho Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDSMG  SUPPLIES  0Q5-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.  i 1  - ���  \:  1        4 r*  ��� i  1s. -t <��.  -a^L^;,  A . ..  ^^rtfi"***  Recent event  ��� .  ter  ASSOCtAtt  Elphinstone track meet  established new records  8 >< ><-**  !      **��� i i   j  fc^SAU^-iW*-:-- fj  h'.'>-��**    aajfj  iAAA*fi  la*.-"  C*��>��i- * ' ,    *���'.  ay.  A  "?,1r,,-<;  '.J*' ��� jr  iW\  ipj  ipi  .1^  ^i-uw-uL-c.  ;,  -j  *-*���"*. J--J*.   vi  \ "-**-*,' ..  'i-tty  <-**..  Ai  I-" A J *���*���"}  Tl;Afci*'V''4f.'Jj  1.F  -MA** .  J.i^w*U  Centrally located  Conveniently located in the centre of ed for business 2 weeks ago. Lionel  Sechelt on Cowrie Street, Sunshine McCuai^pwner-operator is pleased  Auto Parts, a new addition to Se- with the public response to his new  chelt's growing business area, open- venture.   ^ _____  ELPHINSTONE  Secondary  School  track  meet took place recently with, five  school records being broken.  Brad Norris, Intermediate boys broke  existing discus record of 6 8ft. G" with a  throw of 73 ft. 8".  Intermediate girls broke the other rec-  cords with Carol Blomgren completing  60 yd. dash in 8 sees; Corinne Parker  cleared 4 ft. 2 inch in the high jump:  Karen Brignall set the record shot put at  28 ft. 2"ra"; relay team with Shirley  Hoehne; Elaine Stevens, Suzanne Jorgensen and Karen Brignall recorded 1 minute time.  13th.  Aggregate winners, junior girls were:  Karen Spencer 19 points; Lita All.nutt 18  pnts; Judith Scott 17 pnts.  Intermediate girls: Karen Brignall 33  pnts; Lynn Brackett 19 pnts; Diane Fisher  13 pnts.  Senior girls: Wendy Brackett 35.pnts;  Denise Littlejohn 33 pnts;. Angela Willis  JfLPUiSja.  Bernic August 1:05.0; Sr. Bob Crosby  1:0.5.  880 yds. Jr., Ian MacKenzie 4.0.6; Int.  Brian MacKenzie 2.26.8; Sr. Dan MacKay  2.27.5.  High Jump Jr., Jim Harte 4'5"; Int.  Paul Auclair 4*11"; Sr. Frank Hoehne  4*11".  . -Long Jump Jr., Brett Cryderman 14'  11"; Int. Bill Sneddon 15*9'*; Sr. Bob Benner 18'7".  Discus Jr., Bill Suis 81'; Int. Brad Norris  73*8"; Sr. Robert Corlett 74'6".  Shot Put, Bruce Gibson 34*8"; Int.  Allan Schwabe 3G'2". Sr. Kim Inglis 33'  7.".". ���_--  Relay Jr., Alan Nickerson; Roy Smith;  Robert Stevens; Jim Harte. 59.1.  Int. Kirby Jaskson; Bernie August;  Allan Simmons', Dave Bulger.  Sr. Kim Inglis; Peter Carey; Bob Crosby; Rick Gibb. 51.0,  Triple .Jump Jr., Evan Gray 28W;  Int. Ken Bourne 33'2%". Sr. Bob Johnston 37' U&". ���".' ���-'  The Peninsula Times Page A-S  Wednesday, June IP,' 1970  Corinne Parker 4'2"; Sr. Trudy Muclen-  kamp 4*3".  Long jump Jr. Lita Allnut 12*1114";  Int. Shirley Hoehne 13'8"'4 Sr. Wendy  Brackett 13*5". J  Discus Jr. Nancy Stroshein 53'7"; Int.  Karen Brignall 56'G"; Sr. Denise Littlejohn 63'G".  Shot Put Jr. Karen Spencer 26'3";'lntr-  Karen     Brignall    28'2��/a";    Sr.    Wendy  Brackett 30'9".  Relay Jr.- Joanne Jorgenson; Betty  Topham; Lynn Bredy; Gail Wise. 1.28.  Int. Shirley Hoehne; Elaine Stevens;  Suzanne Jorgenson; Karen Brignall. 1.00.  Sr. Trudy Muelenkamp; Pamela Willis;  Denise Littlejohn; Frances Finlayson. 1.1.  Ball throw Jr. Vicki Beeman 119'5";  Int. Karen Brignall 115'; Sr. Wendy  Brackett 136'.  The young Interior hillbilly had fallen  in love-with Tessie and was asking her  father for his consent to their marriage.  "Hell, son," protested the old man.  "I can't give you permission to marry  Tessie ��� she's a minor/'  "Damn-all," exploded the young hillbilly, "YouA mean to tell me that the  union has Tessie tied up too!"  'Oh what a lovely war1  at waterfront theatre  WITH  caricature  and   fantasy,   tragedy  and savage comedy, "Oli What a  Lovely War," a brilliant British musical  satire gives a symbolic account of War  I. And you can see it for yourself this  week at the Sechelt Theatre on the  waterfront.  The impressive cast reads like "the  Who's Who of British fjlmdom. The scenes  shift back and forth from the fighting  front to the carnival atmosphere of Brighton, thc utter futility and horror of war  moving in and out of the honky tonk of  a seaside resort.  Maggie Smith, as a sexy music hall  star, lures the boys to patriotism, enlistment and death in the trenches of Europe.  A shooting gallery changes abruptly to  the firing line; Vanessa Redgrave as the  pacifist, Sylvia Pankhurst, is shouted  down by a hostile street crowd; at grand  staff balls the ambitiously jealous top-  brass jockey for personal advantage.  Highly imaginative sets, spirited dance  sequences, and other strange and humorous visuals make up for a pretty interesting and entertaining movie.  Junior boys: Ian MacKenzie 29 pnts;  Bruce Smith 22 pnts; Bill Sluis 20 pnts.  Intermediate boys: Ken Bourne 22  pnts; Brian MacKenzie 21 pnts; Bernie  August 15 pnts.  Senior boys: Danny McKay 29 pnts;  Kim Inglis 26 pnts; Bob Crosby 20 pnts.  Results based on their best five events.  WINNERS  Space will only allow publication of  first place winners with times and distances as follows:  Boys 100 yds. Junior, Brett Cryderman 12.5; Intermediate, Tony Gibson  12.0; Senior, Kim Inglis 11.5.  220 yds. Jr., Bruce Smith 27.1; Int..  Bernie August 25.2; Sr. Kim Inglis 23.0.  440 yds. Jr., Bruce Smith 1:09.5; Int.  Mile <ppen) also Cross Country. Jr.  Ian MacKenzie; Int- Brian Mackenzie-'; Sr.  Dan MaeKfjy. (No times given.)  GIRLS v  60 yds. Jr. Jacqui Inglis 7.7; Int. Carol  Blomgren 8.0; Sr. Denise Littlejohn 8.7.  100 yds. Jr. Joanne Jorgenson 13.5; Int.  Shirley Hoehne 13.4; Sr. Denise Little-  johnl3.1.  220 yds. Jr. Joanne Jorgenson 29.2;  Int. Lynn Brackett tied with Karen Brignall 29.5; Sr. Denise Littlejohn 28.1.  440 yds. Jr. Judith Scott 1.19.5; Int.  Diane Fisher 1.16.5; Sr. Wendy Brackett  1.13.8.  880 yds. Jr. Judy Scott; Int. Joan Blomgren; Sr. Wendy Brackett.  High jump Jr. Karen Spencer 4'1"; Int.  *i|"')i.,'V|��ii'f.|iiiiiHni|||iMii|i||mw  jjUj*.'..,,1...,)', .'.nil.. ,��ill|llll|,,llll��llll,llll!llll.,i.il.l,)l!''-      j   /L        .    '������'-' "���' '"''j I  lilll!HIIIHlmilMIHII!IIIMW!l(WNaUtiaitlti!,��IWI(!tim;i!tlllJltlltttli!ll'TllH|lllilW��IIIIIHI��H��ll)  315  mm\m coast arts council  IS PRESENTING THE FAMOUS  El&M ' CHORAL 'SINGERS  conducted by  MR. G. E. FINDLATER  at  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  ���ri  ADULTS $1.50  STUDENTS AND OAP 75c  mu.fl'twiMimimim.^  Here in the smartly decorated front  office of Lionel McCuaig's new Auto  and Industrial parts store, we catch  a glimpse of Lionel busy taking an  order over the phone. Hoping to offer  the most efficient service to both the  Efficient Service  individual and industrial needs of his  customers, Lionel has stocked his  store with just about any part you  could possibly want, and if he doesn't  have it in stock, then he'll try his  best to get it within a couple of days.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���by Mary Tinkley  THERE will be a meeting of the Ladies'  Auxiliary to the Welcome Beach Community Association on Wednesday, June  10 at 7:45 at the Welcome Beach Hall to  plan the Country Fair. All membenj'-'are  urged to attend and to bring any sewing,  white elephants, articles for thc fish pond,  etc. which they have ready. New members  and any ladies prepared to help at the  Fair will be warmly welcomed.  AUXILIARY  The Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital wound up a successful  season with a smorgasbord supper on  June 1st. Favored by a perfect summer  evening, supper was held on the beach  in front of the Ralph Lynds property.  At the mectinj. which followed reports  were heard of the year's activities.   .  Representatives of tho Auxiliary attended the recent workshop nt Sechelt  nnd two members, Mrs. Frances Cook and  Mrs. Vera Snllis are now working as  volunteer shoppers at the hospital.  The group will enjoy a well-earned  rest with n recess until September 1st.  HERE AND THERE  Mrs, Ross Conquest has left St, Paul's  Hospital nnd is convalescing nt the home  of her daughter, Lonill Hanney in Burnaby bqforo returning home, Recent  visitor at the home of Mr$. Lotn,Hanney  nt Welcome Bench was her granddatiRh-  ter, Corlynn Hanney, Just hack from a  tour of Europe,  Corlynn, a gifted musician, has been  singing her way nil over Europe with a  singing   group   under   the   direction   of  Leonard Cohen. The group had engagements in Germany, Austria, France, Holland and England.  Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stone were in  Coquitlam 1<r welcome their new grand- "  child, born to their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Roberge. The  baby has been namd Jenefer Lynne and  according to Grandmother Stone, she is a  beautiful baby.  One of Ihe people to enjoy the new bus  service on the Redrooffs Road last week  was Mrs. Ruth Warne who took the bus  into Vancouver to attend the graduation  of her grandson, George Weir. George was  one of 650 erads at this year's ceremonies  at Burnaby Central School. Mrs. Warne  certainly appreciated the . bus service  which picked her up and disembarked her  just ten paces from her front door.  Another person planning to take advantage of the new service is your correspondent .who wiH cno longer have to  drive over to Halfmoon Bay each Sunday  morning to put the copy for this column  on the bus, a happy thought for those  winter mornings when one wonders whether Ihe cm* Is going to start nil right.  Although so early in the season, with  most boats only recently launched, several  of them have already been in trouble due  to high winds nnd low tides.  In rough seas, the Alan Jacques boat  dragged its anchor nnd drifted too close  to thc Jack Temple boat, causing some  damage.  Al Welcome Beach, the Dean's boal  "Vimar" broke loose from its mooring nnd  landed on the bench, but did not sustain  any damage.  ^^te^\A ~~- *"  Tho Croma-alan Syitem ll a now concept In  xvo.towaler treatment, ll trap* and retain*  oraanlc ��o|ld�� until almoit completely oxidized... under condition* far beyond tho  copabllllle. of any obiolole ty.tem. ll workt  In ��o,l y*llli poor abtorpllon...r��iduce�� po��-  ���Iblllly of well contamination... jali.flo. mo.t  local sowaue dl.porol regulation, that prohibit other typo iyitem*.  Tho Cromaalain unit wilh.tandt ��utildo proi-  suret ond corrojlon, need. noM lo no maintenance and If low In eostl  Coll ut for full detail! and a co.t eitlmato  ...at a flr��t ��tcp toward ondlna your ce>i-  pool problem*.  1. rihtritmi fl.lnlorcoJ riaillo T��nl.  J, Atc.n 114   I. PiiUtli 0t����-*-up Com^itmnal  ��, I '<(�� HI'" l*at*ln> lollill until oiMI'nil  8-fl. Aeration Sy.lem  7-1. 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Do I have to pay right away?  When you find your expenses  unusually high in one particular  month, and require more than  thc 25 days from date of billing,  you can budget, your payments  over several month-*.. There is a  servico. charge for thjs convenience of extended payments.  Can I uso Chnrgex when  I'm out of town?  Chargex is part of a world-wide  charge card system, nnd is honoured in more than 40 countries  around tho world. Wherever you  boo tho blue, white and gold  .symbol that identifies Chargex,  you know ypur Chargex card is  welcome there. Even when tho  idcntifyh.il name is different.  For instance, tho name la J .nnk-  Aniericard in tho United States  nnd Hawaii, Jn Great Britain,  South Africa nnd the Caribbean  it's liarclnycnrd. In .Intmii, tho  iiaine is Sumitomo Card and in  Mexico tho name is Hnnconior  Card. 'Ihoy all Identify chan*..*.  cards bucked by hoiiio of tno  world's greatest jjnnilB( jUHt |||-0  your ('litirjcex card.  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The Chargex Plan is baclced by  The Commerce, Royal Bank,Toronto  Dominion and Bank Canadian National.  ums. If, yon Kihould, lono your  card after nlf<nlnf, it, simply  notify us. Even Jf you forgot to  let us know, you nr�� proU'ote.l  by n maximum $50 liability for  . mia-ijao o��,tlio.cai;dr,..r,|.,.! .���..,*,..  When can I tttntt, using  my Chargex card?  You can begirt using your Chnr-  Rex card tho mlnulo you recelvo  it. Don't waste ono pecond. Mail  your Chnrfrax card request form  without delay.  ���������:.*i -.-,* "*, :*  '\'"v l'*.,*;,**,**���-v.*'W''W��..  T^-^/^d  w  *s  ^IARO-aK^  L* .*AAA.^ ^^^*A* ��^* *a^  4*AAA*A/t/>/kA/iAA ���*,<*>  A * J-**"* AAiSAAA.* <* A A. A A A,A  AA*A*fAAA*A A ��-v A A AAAAA** -����-A AAA Ai^AA* AAAA A.A Aa!A-A  A A *.!������-  / Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 10f 1970  Paul  St.  Pierre  Letter from  Parliament Hill  OTTAWA ��� The closing month (or is it  months?) of this session of Parliament are apperently going to feature a  massive debate on water use, pollution  controls and the North.  Hidden only slightly below the* surface of what promises to be a long debate in the House of Commons is the  role of the new and more powerful committees of this Parliament.  There will doubtless be bleeding.  The bills in question are Canada  Water Act, and its partner, the Northern  Inland Waters Act. These are designed to  set up water management areas in Canada and in the federal territories, where  federal and local officials will manage  water use and control pollution.  Closely associated is the amendment  to the Fisheries Act, which aims to immensely widen the powers of the Ministry  of Fisheries to control pollution as it  affects fish and men's use of fish.  "Within the same general area is the  aAxctic Waters Pollution Control Zone bill,  aimed to extend Canadian jurisdiction up  to 100 miles offshore in the Arctic to  _ -control-dangerous cargoes of our own or-of  foreign ships. And linked with this one  is the Territorial Seas Bill, extending  Canadian territorial seas to a full 12  miles.  Yet to come before Parliament are  amendments to the Shipping Act which  will have an effect on pollution control  of shipping in the'; Atlantic and Pacific.  Of them all, only one has been through  the standing committee and come back  unchanged. This was the Territorial Seas  bill.  Fisheries committee made major alterations in the fisheries bill. There were;  three by myself and others by other  Liberals and Conservative ^members.  Without boring you with the technicalities, which are numerous, our intent  was to prevent fisheries legislation from  being subservient or secondary in effect  to the federal-provincial water management zones of Canada.  The bill arrived in a form closely  linked to Canada Water Act. . .  It was returned to the House with  ail mention of the Canada Water Act  removed, with definitions altered from  those of Canada Water Act and with the  fisheries minister's powers focussed (and,  hopefully, increased) on fish, fishermen  and the users of fish or other produds-  of the sea.  Arctic Pollution Control Act, which  wdn the unusual unanimous recorded  standing vote in the House on principle,  was slightly altered by an amendment  of Douglas Hogarth (L���New Westminster) designed to give prior rights to the  claims of Eskimos in cases of damage.  Canada Water Act was fought long  and hard in committee. It, too, was  amended.  However, since its reintroduction to  Commons, no less than 25 more amendments have been introduced by Opposition parties. For the most part these are  amendments which were voted out during the committee hearings.  This may sound like a highly complex  process. It is. And il involves more than  meets thc eye.  In thc case of acts extensively changed  in the all-party caimnittecs, thc government must now dt'ddc whether or not to'��  amend the bills back to their original  forni���with the result that Liberal party  committee members will then be fighting  the,move in Commons, or accepting them  at risk of considerable disagreements  among various minsitcrs within thc cabinet.  Prime Minister Trudeau may wish,  at times, that ho had not extended thc  ' powers of the House committees os he  did when taking office. Life was undoubtedly simpler for federal cabinets  who conducted ajlt heir debutes In secrecy and who could then put their  legi.ilntion into a Parliamentary Xerox  machine and got out exactly what they  put in.  OTTAWA ��� Thoughts on a sombre summer:  It   is   laic   Sunday   afternoon   In   Ihe  Centra Block of the Parliament building..  ���   u  grey   and  undistinguished  Ottawit  day, Less thai*, (1,000 tourists will be pa-  , radod over their iipuclully charted route  in  Ihe block  this day.  Tin,   remoter  corridors   of   the   great  ,'      ^^faaiw >*     F F   , a  :   ,^*A*-��^. a     "   aA>-w.*i ���-  *-   ^-"' ��*  a        .     A��~^"      7<  Fa*"*"*! ' ' *,,       ^Vt  >~a.* *  Pender HUites  pile of stone are almost empty. A guard  passes occasionally, checking at the offices where a light shows in the transom  above the door.  These are occupied by a few MPs  who have failed to go home for the weekend or, having families in Ottawa, have  left them for the day and gone to the���  office because on such a quiet day it is  possible to work without distractions.  In the fifth floor cafeteria, half a  dozen are sharing a long benchlike table,  drinking lukewarm tomato juice or grey  coffee or eating a wretched collection of  cold meats which are afloat in juice from  a limp patch of sauerkraut.  "I'm 58", says one. "Fifty eight years  old this week.  "What happened? Where did all the  years go?  "I can clearly remember getting out  of the Air Force the other day and going  back on ciwic street all full of pee and  vinegar. Now they tell me that all that  happened 25 years ago.  "What happened to all those years?  I didn't spend them. Somebody must have  taken them from me without me knowing.  Where did all the years go?"  Nobody knows where all the years of  our lives have gone, not even those of  us who are younger and have been here  for only two turns of the.seasons.  A'dayfdr^melancholy. '  Anel' having returned-' down the long  grey rectangles of empty corridors to a  cluttered office and to thoughts of a  sombre summer. Unemployment. Strikes,   iiM^pT^  Impressive Design  The former plain blank walls of the time on    this impressive   project,  gymnasium   of  Sechelt Residential Working last Saturday Ken Hanuse  School have become alive with color orrlhe ladder and Mike Nelson found  and legendary Indian figures as stu- themselves talking  to people from  dents under    guidance    of Brother England who were delighted to take  Francis MacDonald spend their free pictures of the young artists at work.  ���* * *  Merchants considered .........  MONTHLY meeting of Gibson's Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital was held June  3rd in the Health Centre.  Mrs. Delong reported on In-Hospltal  Volunteers and showed a Phamphlet listing the services fiiom the volunteers which  are available to all patients, these folders  will be given to each patient on admission. .  Members who attended the Workshop  & Friendship Tea held on May 22nd reported an interesting and informative  program.  The Workshop sponsored by the 'Sechelt Auxiliary and convened by Mrs.  Peggy Connor was attended by 54 members "of the si:t" auxiliary s, ' Mr!* Wage-  makers, administrator & Miss Ann. Hopkins Director bf Nursing. Guest speaker  was Mrs. Helen Manning Dir. of Volun-  lockouts, rolling strikes and rotating teers Lions Gate Hospital and President  strikes  ���   at   home,   8,000  construction     cJf Volunteers of Association for Directors  workers locked out, 1,150 towboat striking,  9,000 in associated industries idled and  all this in addition to a 6.6 unemployemcnt  rate.  Inflation continuing, hitting hardest at  the.old, the poor and all people on fixed  incomes.  During the election campaign and  after I expressed the foreboding that a  Canadian government of this period was  probably going to face hard situations  which would call for hard decisions.  At hand, a letter which the Prime  Minister is sending to those complaining  of these conditions:  "We've been producing goods and  services worth 95 cents and we have  asked to be paid a dollar. Not you individually, but all segments of our economy, organized labor, business, professionals' AND GOVERNMENTS ...  "This is thc relationship between inflation and unemployment... not a choico  between accepting inflation or unemployment but a choico between allowing inflation to continue ��� which will bring  ever-increasing hard core unemployment  ��� and curbing Inflation (trying to do so  with the.least hardship possible) in order  to get the economy back on the rails ...  "Whichever choice is made, and, as  you know the government has adopted the  latter course, we cannot, avoid paying  the penalty for the past five year.*, of  inflation,,, I wish we could return to  Mitnbllity without ultyonc having to suffer, We can not,"  And so enters our {.ombre summer.  of Volunteers  for B.C.  So much interest was aroused by the  workshop that Gibson's Auxiliary members voted to recommend to the co-ordinating council that this be made an annual  affair.  Thc   matter  of  soliciting  local   mer-  What have we got  for  FATHER'S DAY  That isn't too  EXPENSIVE?  Well, we've got:  Ties & Pipes & Belts  And Socles.  Golff Balls -St Handkerchiefs, Jewellry & Clocks.  K  TO lit N  ���Mow operating for Up and Dowm Freight  from   Egmont,   Sakincaw   Leake   artd   all  Pender Harbour districts daily.  0000000000000000000000011000000000.  JEIVIS   ANILE?  Please contact Mra Gene Bernfzcn,  Egmont Services and Water Taxi  for direct service.  YES  OVIWG ON .A SUNDAY?  PLEASE GIVE US 43 BfOUfRS HOT-ICE.  *' Abovo-HistriaOtai....... .....  Pleas�� contact. Pender Harbour Division' 8S3-2S0Z.  WE ALSO HAVE CONNECTIONS FOR HEAVY  FREIGHT FROM EGMONT BY RAFT.  SHIRTS for Golf,  SHIRTS for Fun,  SHIRTS for Travel,  In the SUN.  Your Dad may Say  "You shouldn't  bother"  But these are ahirts  Designed for Father.  ,-/  ���  We've many things  From  Hats to Rings  Gifts for Grandpas,  Dads And Kings.  June 2��st is HIS DAY  MARIE MEN'S WEIR  GIBSONS  Phono 006-2116  by: April Walker and "Wendy Clayton  GRADUATION Dance was held on May 30  in the school auditorium, it was a  great success and j thc decorations were  different from those wc have ever had.  The ceiling was done in mobile .star,  clusters and the gym was decreased in size  by posters depicting signs of the zodiac.  The grad dinner was held in the gym  and the food was made by thc P.T.A.  A variety of turkeys and hams and salads  were made and was enjoyed by all.  Guests at the dinner were Mr. * and  Mrs. Hanna; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm,  School Board Trustee for this area, Mrs.  Kingston, representing P.T.A.; Mr. and  Mrs. Friesan; and the Guest Speaker was  Mr. Skelton because he is leaving the  school this year to go to Rutland.  ' The band ,that played at the dance  was Joe Kane and his group. Their music  was* enjoyed by all and we hope to see  them again playing at the school.  After grad was held in Garden Bay  and went over quite well. On Sunday  the Grads got together and went to Ruby  Lake for the day.  SPORTS  The senior gjrrls and senior boys soft-  ball teams travelled to Elphinstone on  Wednesday night to play the teams from  there. The senior girls played better than  their usual standard but still lost the  game with the score 9-3. The senior boys  also lest their game with the score 19-3.  . While at Elphinstone for the softball  game, our students also entered Elphie's  track and field meet. Our school did very  well coming out with 12 wins out of  sixteen. On Friday June 5, we are having  a track and field day at our school. We  will have the coverage on this next week.  chant for donations of gifts for prizes for  money raising projects was discussed and  a motion was made that Gibson's Auxiliary would refrain from this in the  future, it being felt that merchants had  too many demands made on their gener-  o.sity.  A committee was set up to bring  a revised constitution for Gibson's Auxiliary to St. Marys' Hospital for the September meeting.  May Bridge Tournament showed a  profit of $41 and the winners Miss Ann  Tritt won the door prize Mrs. A. Whiting  & Mr. Alf Winn won 1st prize with 7,800  points, 2nd prize was won by Mrs. W.  fticGown & Mrs. R. St. Dennis 5.888  pts. The next Bridge Tournament will be  held on the 28th of Sept. in the Health  Centre.  Next meeting of thc Gibson's Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital will be held  in Sept. a notice of date of meeting will  be placed in the local paper.  iw*^a,ygiyi**.*f���tiLgtwawNwyiiy*--') ij'i ppigiwim,*tZ*^m'mww**'�� ��� ��V  >  '' *, "s '* i'\,��;      *" "a'" -A ��> v-i' <\ { *>^>.   - J * ���'  t^  iiT--ir''VV"^.:ni*fr.-A l" i��m ft '   TlV-r "���"���i-*-^---^"*JJ*-^-"-^--'.-*lth--."1  GARDEN SAY ROAD  A teen-ager told her pal that sometimes having her own telephone is a  nuisance. "If I don't get up when my  mother calls, she phones mc."  Scat., July 25  O:��0> a.m.  Set. Events,  Sun., July 26  10:3�� a.m.  - FOAL-/'SHGWJNG -  Entry Fee: $2 per Entry  .SqfW-d-ay, 9 p.m.  Music by  "BRAND X" BAND  For Information Contact  Sandra JVlcKee  SS3-2602  Pender Harbour  ANOTHER GOOD BUY wwiaw  At  A-i,..  630' waterfrontago ot MIDDLEPOINT on 19 acres. \VoJor, electricity, coxy cottages,  lonely beach; a unique and spectacular setting.  ")���'. ���������������.���������������i .��  An unusual beautiful waterfront lot at tho ond of Frances, Peninsula Road. Approx.  145 ft. water frontage All services available on this lot which is situated directly  on the open Straits.  3 bodroom meticulously furnished home with full basement on Sinclair  Bay wilh  200  ft.  water frontage on  2 lots,  off  paved  road with  excellent  entrance  and  private float. nc.  2 bedroom home with suito in basement, overlooking all of Madeira Park,.In choico  location. Priced in low 20's.  2 BEDROOM HOME with spectacular vlow of Straits with 1.5 ocres on COCHRAN  ROAD in MADEIRA PARK, overlooking everything.' Priced in tho low 20's.  Beautiful VIEW LOT NEAR  HOTEL with excellent view  of  harbour; easy  access  with all services. F.P. $4500.  "T "'  LOWES MADEIRA PARK RESORT has 10 furnished units with a lovoly homo on 8  choico valuable acres with loads of potential, this beautiful property has 400' water- ,  frontage, floats, boats and many othor extras.  32 ACRES ON SAKINAW LAKE with 2400' watcrfrontage with spectacular privato  bay, furnished cottago and guost cottage, floats, water system, a beautiful picco of  property for privacy Or subdivision.  << *" ' '"   5 acres viow property at EGMONT beautifully troed, serviced and an excellent buy  at $6000.  A few choico watorfront lots in GARDEN DAY, fully serviced with excellent moorage,  don't wait too long on these ...  *""*��� ��� ��� ���'   2 choico lots in MADEIRA PARK serviced and within walking distance of all services  and reasonably priced.,  A largo view lot in MADEIRA PARK near all stores and othor services, easy access  off Lagoon Road, well treed and a perfect building site.  A SPECTACULAR 1600* ft. homo in PENDER flARBOUR on tho water with doublo  everything: doublo kitchens, kbathrooms, bedrooms; a beautiful stone fireplace. Two  attractive homes in ona exceptionally good buy at $39,000.   1   Approx, 350' watorfrontago on RAT ISLAND IN LEE BAY. Fishing at your Iront  ( doer with excellent moorago.  "SAKINAW SHORES" offers you a wide choice ot lovely waterfront lots on beoutifut  SAKINAW LAKE, Lets aro priced from $2500 all water access, beautifully treed,  protected, sunny lots.  7 acres property ot  MIDDLEPOINT ON MAIN  HIGHWAY  with  over 750'  road  frentago, private road Into property and lorgo cleared building site. Full price $0,000  ...on (his excellent site. ...  3.3 acres of gorgeous view property on HIGHWAY 101 in WIST SECHELT, property  can bo sold as one ploce er in 4 lots, a breathtaking view of the ocean which Is  directly across rood.  Beautiful "Francis Peninsula Estates" on FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD. 12 new lots  off paved road with water and electricity available Directly acroit from secluded bay,  reasonably priced from $4500,  An unusually attractlvo 3 D.R, homo at IRVINGS LANDING with bcoutilul view of  Straits, a V.L.A, approved home.  Four serviced lots off Gordon Day Rood in GARDEN DAY, all vlow lots priced from  $3000.  TO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR CHOICE OF PROPERTY CONTACT:  1  ARBOUR IUEALTY LTD.  1439 Klngswoy 074-2305  Weekend* Phone Pender Horbour 803-2491  ~4-a1-  **,'  .* .,,,���. ��� 7:-rr.\7.nv  W^-fcjvas^?:     ,���-  ��a*^aa--_*L^.a*.^,aA^^ *���*���*****���**   f  +   K  * A'ft 4f.^ ^    * * *-* <* *\4^*- ,    ��� 60 years of Guiding
a happy celebration
TO HELP celebrate 60 years of Guiding,
the Gibsons Brownies and Guides along
jvj.th   Roberts  Creek   Brownies  held    a
Jubilee Fun Day at Seaside Park, Port
"Mellon on Saturday May 30th, from M)
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Races were riin off from 10 to 12 noon
when the L.A. had hot dogs, pop and
ice-cream ready for 135 girls and their
hungry leaders. Races continued in the
afternoon from 1-2:30 p.m.
High-light of the afternoon came at
2:45 p.m. when a huge birthday cake wilh
60 candles was lit up and everyone sang
"Happy Birthday to Guiding", before thc
cake and watemelon was served.
A total of seventy races were run,
ten races for each age group. The two
girls winning most points during the day
were awarded "Miss Jubilee" banners,
which went to Kathy Laird for the
Brownies and Sally Phare for the Guides.
Campfire led by Marilyn Ranniger
brought the happy celebration to a close.
Despite the extreme heat at Pender*   5 ft. 4 inch high jump also coming
Harbour on Friday, high school stu-   first in long jump with 17 ft. 7 inch
dents sent previous track meet rec-    leap in senior boys class,
ords crashing. John Mercer clears
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Straining for that extra inch took her comes in for landing during Pender's
to first place with 13 ft. leap in junior track meet,
girl's   long  jump, Lorraine   Bilcik
Section B
Wednesday, June 10, 1970
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boys and also beat senior boys time hurdle race.
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L.A.   TO^the   Royal    Canadian   Legion
Branch 109 had a very busy and enjoyable month.
At the recent meeting, Mrs. Mae Lovell
was presented with a well earned life
membership. Mrs. Al Williams was presented with a cuddle seat for her new
baby. Mrs. E. Mqrrjs on the occasion of her
83rd birthday, was- presented with an
L.A. Mother of Pearl and a birthday cake.
At the Branch Social; president Dorothy Bragg had the pleasure of presenting on behalf of the auxiliary, a cheque'
for $500.00 tb president Dan Dawe. This
is to be used to help with cost of remodelling the Club room.
At all the Sunday work parties the
ladies have prepared lunches.
Congratulations fellows on making
the Club something to be proud of and
for all the long hours and hard work.
Members joined with Sechelt, Roberts
Creek, and Madeira Park for a bus ride
to Powell River to attend the zone Meeting. An enjoyable time was had by all.
The zone was pleased to have in attendance, provincial Command president
Mrs. Helen Rossin, and Secretary Mrs.
Mary Field. Our congratulations to Mrs.
Meg McNolty or Powell River for having
been elected zone representative for the
ensuing year.
Thc winners of the raffle were, First
prize: Portable Bar—S. McGivern; Second
prize, bottle—Mrs. Dot Rose of Gibsons.
The L.A. was sorry to havo to Cancel
the recent wine and cheese parly and
plans on holding this when the labor
situation returns to normal, Anyone not
having returned these tickets may get
a refund by calling Mrs. Dan Dawe at
The L.A.'s aim for the summer is for
each member to gain at least one new
member for the September meeting, Basle
requirement for membership being, it
keen interest in carrying out lho aims
and objects of the organization, which
any member will be f»lad to explain to
you, To tfive you some idea of what Ihe
auxiliary does and has accomplished.
Following are a few highlights of the
inn!) annual report compiled for 15*1 ol
thc( ir»f) auxiliarie;; in British Columbia.
There   are   10,(115   member.-,   and   .illli
life members. Members admitted during
the year, 1,491. Total receipts for the year,
5507,602.05, total expenses, $434,321.25.
Assistance given to branches, $168,970.71.
Donations to hospitals, $18,198.18. This
being both in cash and gifts to patients
and includes local hospitals as well as
veterans' hospitals. Scholarships: Legion
Command, $4,719.27; Local Legion,
$6,122.40; Community, $3,885.88, Legion
Sports Plan $613.00. Donations given
organizations outside of Legion, $27,096.40.
Example: Easter Seals, C.N.I.B., Retarded
Children, Mental Health, Polio, Muscular
Dystrophy, Burned out Families, Teen
Town, and many, many more. The ladies
are kept very busy with many Community
activities outside of the Legion.
Piano-organ recital
ends year's lessons
ANNUAL student recital of Aletta Gilker
was held on Monday evening June 1st
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Numerous floral * arrangements made an
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Piano solos were played by Dawnc
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Ava & Charlotte Bandi, Patricia Ellwood,
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Vicki & Laurie Beeman, Kathy Fisher,
Ruth & Philip Madison, Jo Anno Jorgenson, Bill Sluis & Debbie Willis.
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& Laurie Beeman and Sharon & Joanne
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the* year's   lesson:..
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Here are some grooming tips for children that you might find helpful when  you are planning a portrait.  Naturalness is what will make the  portrait memorable. The photographer  will keep the child's mind off the camera,  aaf*,l*a,V,'Ma.a.,  Jf"*        a ��    '     .<- ,    S"  ^^A^>^  ,;-a;A  '-"if-  tr-  'a- S* '  ^:'*4->   %  f<AA:'       Al  * '7,- ��* ,]"* i- 5W    ' Tv"-'."' J  A A-   AV%  La**     '  '.I'  Ll.   . .'  r'aj T-  **-     *��^J..  * *.*  -     ,��    *<  V  A-  \  0  0  ��./f *  D     O  -*  J  ^jmH-j..  o*  .*.)    ��  /j*;^^**,*-*^*a?4*>��,^  ^   c  o  .��  >���>.'   I    I     -.��-{ a>     ��� ���>'*. V     i -    ', 4 ',   1'^r, af V  "'���     '���      S       '    t     f.. 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" ' -j*       *'/ ></a-  '��� *te~-r  - ;cuH  ;-v  - ':r(-.*A'As  a    w,^      -4-.4.;--: -aaAat^-^^'^A;���:���.,'-��� 'A>fe,v^  ' - -    ' ��� W^^M  -j.-**-���"**L-'.:   _    ���      .    -. ' _f     ,,   .      ..I--., ._.,--*     -^.t-*'^;;^,. ', ,p_*,-  . **l;i-^t  .������'.:-- ."-,'  ,-     % -;A',i^ '������A>; r'^;k7 v.^^/^i-al  ���^TtJ.^HU.jmi  LATTER Day Saint ladies held a very successful bake sale at the Shop Easy  Store, Sechelt on-May 28th at 10 a.m.,  and wish to thank all who helped" to  make the sale a .success.  A Baptism service was held at thc  home of Mrs. Clara Nelson on Saturday  May 30th at 2:30 p.m. when Tammy  Budyko was baptized in the ocean near  Sechelt by Elder Morris, into the Churcll  of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  She was confirmed by Elder Bagley as-  sited by Elder Morris and Brother Hol-  gate. Twenty four persons were present  to witness the ceremony, including the  Missionary girls Sister Jackson and Sister  Garlock from Squamish as well as the  Elders.  -~    Following _ the  baptism,   a   testimony  meeting was heldj-md  a buffet-crupper  for all.  Those interested are invited to attend  Sunday School held each Sunday at 10  a.m. in Selma Park Hall.  <*AAAAAmAJIA*AAJI0l*ft*n..*.l\A*AAAAII*4^A**A**A*4 ,  Classified AdBriefs reach nearly  2,200 homes every week.  Use them for steady, low-cost  advertising.  THE TIMES  Scchcll*, B.C. Phono 885-9654]  Homemakers Bazaar and Tea ap-   Ethel Julian   who made   the little   ,20th, this year, in the Indian Village  proaches. Many ladies are working   boys rabbit motif. sweater. The be-   Hall,  in their homes, knitting, crocheting    autiful embroidery work makes the  -..y   ?.*.> V*} r* jl* n Aii.^-,-* ������.  ��rsV  7*M\m  4     ���>  S7  .1  <>,  .     ,   <a.."X  < Homemakers  Sewing Room at the Residential Hos- and sewing machines are humming, Bazaar outstanding and people, travel  but you can ^ip hy^^^Yom^- tel in Sechelt is a busy place any making beautiful little dresses shown from afar for the happy occasion  dren in clothes that they feel comfortable day but even more so as the_ annual here by Marilyn August and Mrs. w^ch .will_��e held jDn Saturday June  in.  Stay away from clothes that have bold  stripes, large plaids, or fancy ruffles; these  will overpower the rest of the photograph.  Instead, plan on something simple yet  with  some color,  especially   if you  are  "having the portfatt-photograph taken in  color.  Turtleneck" and   bulky   sweaters   are^  stylish, but they don't flatter a child with  a round face.  0You can make a boy look thinner  with a vest or V-neck sweater and the  same principle  holds true for girls;  TIMELY HINTS  Hair can be important, too. A boy's  hair should look neat, but don't plan a  trip to the barber shop the day  before  the sitting. It  takes  a few day*,  rid of that freshly-cut look.  If your daughter has long  a ribbon or hair band along  away from her face.  Professional photographers suggest  that if your child is young, you should  plan your appointment for a time just  after his nap.  This way the child will be well rested.  A snack before the child goes is also  a good idea to keep him from getting  hungry and restless.  Photographers suggest bringing your  child's favorite toy with you to the studio  is a good way to help keep him amused  during shooting.  Tell your child that having his portrait taken will be a treat and fun. And  it really will be.  After you get the portrait back, you'll  'OflCE OF mssfiM��  The Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens'  Irlousing Society  St. Hilda's Church Hall, Sechelt  .4 -  a ��� -**���  ���     *    t/F*4*$i,7,    " *��>,*���  -~.4A>A*aA-'  7      t-H    ��� -       ,.   �������.*-, Fa*-    I  7 2,C","���l-   **-�� ������ J.^4 11  .-- 7''*t-'*7 7*17  P fT} **��*-*<". 7 ���*^*^i-  "^l&  THF PURi |r k rnRniALLY INVITED  7   ^ -' \ Xf   ^*      \*v    **-.'  TO ATTEND THE INSTALLATION OF  MISS DARLENE LAWSON  Honoured Queen Elect and Her Officers  Bethel  No. 28,  International Order of Job's Daughters  SATURDAY, JUNE  13th,  1970 AT 7:30 P.M.  AT THE MASONIC HALL, ROBERTS CREEK.  ���"A"  ^"5-  V  -  *��"*}&*  *;  ���*.  fV  V  "V     "      a*"  Raffle  Prizes .  Hand knit Indian sweaters and a deli-    ladies blue and white sweater; Miss   Excitement and adventure  cate lace 28 inch doily are to be raf-    Rena Wilson, the crocheted doily and    ift   Gib��?on��. mavie> fans  have something that will be a joy to look    fied by Sechelt Homemakers Club at    Mrs. Ethel Julian displays the green  at for years to come. " fae[v Annual Bazaar and tea on June    and white man's sweater which she  ". >" v *'i'>4* k*t'���*{***       '���    1 a#,'  ���i~*AMt,  i* H.s^ ���      MA 7 ^'   '>   '  I, **f '���* ;%>']��,, is,';'}  7 ? ,Fi*��f'v*��t  \ *-','  ,J,ft     a     **, ��T ^, F\  .1 Alt',      ,fi     ***  ���       ' Fi1 I '''>')       ,:  = A,.aa..a.     A... ^.m  their  *20th. From left Homemaker President  Mrs.  Violet   Jackson displays   the  Homemakers club <���. . .  knit. Tickets may be obtained from  the Homemakers.  Litter Bags  Shed Roskelly and provincial parks  officer Bryan Price examine the new  fluorescent orange plastic litter bags  which will be distributed free in  provincial parks and marine parks  this summer. Officials said they hope  the bags will encourage park users  to keep parks clean. Orange bags  can also be used as emergency flags,  mmmmmmmmmmwmmmwmmmmmmmmmwmwmurmmmmmmmm  eckll  ��wallers  M  Watch &  JeweHry  Repairs  ���,"*(���      -ft      ;\  Phono  005-2421  ONE of the most eagerly awaited annual  bazaars to be held on the Sunshine  Coast will take place in Sechelt on  Saturday June 20th when the Home-  makers Club will be selling or raffling  the outstandingly beautiful array of  handicrafts which* they have been busy  making during the year.  The Bazaar to be held in the Indian  Village Community Hall will commence  at 1 p.m. and include a Home Bake Sale,  Tea, Fish, Pond, Novelties; Sale of knitted, crocheted and embroidered , handiwork as well* as raffles and the drawing  for tho main raffle.  Baffle tickets are now on sale and  can be purchased from any member of  the Homcn'iakers Club of which Mrs,  Violet Jackson is president. Tickets will  also be sold in the grocery stores in  Sechelt,  This year the first prize is men's size  ���12 green and white Indian .sweater; second prize, a- ladles' 311 blue and white  Indian sweater; third prize is a crocheted  lace dolloy, 28 Inches across in white  nnd  lemon.  Visiting the Residential School in Sechelt Inst week, the Homemakers. displayed some of their handicrafts to the  Times reporter, which will be featured  at the Bazaar. Special Items this year nre  breathtnklngly beautiful pillow slips embroidered nnd trimmed with heavy layers  of crocheted lace of plain white or delicate  pastel hues,  Hand made French lace Is now almost  a lost nil, but sister I.ucicnnc Trudeau  who advises  the Uomemnkers displayed  exquisite tea cloths, pillow slips and dresser scarves trimmed with the delicate  lace.  Novelties include bead-work totem  poles, gay soap satchets, knitted slippers  and some of the rare woven basket work.  Beautiful little cushions and the ever  popular aprons which feature intricate  blending of colorful materials will again  be a big attraction.  Little girls dresses in bold polka  dots for the beach or "lace trimmed for  party wear, are all exclusively designed,  Many ladies have been working hard  on this annual project and a hearty welcome is extended to everyone on June  20th.  During the afternoon, besides the big  raffle there will be a raffle of a child's  Indian sweater and a wall tapestry.  Housing Society slates  annual general meet  NO-TICKS hnvo been sent to nil members  of the Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens'  Housing Society that the annual general  meeting will be held on Friday, June 12,  1070 al II p.m. in St. Hilda's Church Hall,  Sechelt,  The meeting will be asked to npprove  the   reports  of  the   Board  covering  the  past year und will also be required to el��*i*t  four Directors.  All memclu's nre urged to attend nnd  prospective   members   will   be   welcome.  IWroshments will be served,  WITH Jim Brown playing the title role  in his first solo starring assignment,  "Kenner" is a new drama of adventure,  excitement and suspense taking place  against the exotic background of Bombay,  India, where the picture was filmed in  its entirety in color. This plus "Ghosts-  Italian Style" a diverting and infectious  comedy in the usual Italian atmosphere  make up the double bill at Twilight Theatre in Gibsons this week.  And starting Saturday, "Gypsy Moths"  starring Burt Lancaster and Deborah  Kerr; a movie highlighted by the breath-,  taking thrills of free-fall menouvres performed by three barn-storming sky-divers  and filmed high above the Kansas plains.  The Gypsy Moths" tells the story of  three sky-divers of divergent ages and  temperaments who are bound together by  tho risks of their hazardous profession.  Their barnstorming exhibition tour brings  them to the small town of Bridgevillc,  Kansas.  Here bepeath the apparent placid surface of average, exeryday men and women  lie smoldering inner conflicts pf. pent-up  emotions and passions.  I  Blake C. Aldcrson D.C.  CHIf-30Pi$ACTO.R.  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STOP OUSTING MAltLS FOftEVEfS  1 When1 rusted nails are ruining your exterior paint job,  you can correct the situation easilyi states tho Canadian  Paint Manufacturers Association. You must sond each rusly  area, prime, putty directly over tho nail, prima again and  then paint. This w'll prevent them showing through on your  next paint |ob.  rcNl-MSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kcm Tone  and Shorwln Williams  Gibsons - 8069533  I WMMIMOuUMiJUMUaU��l��A.W^JMfc<l*-��Mrt*,^*U  ���_ j mi in w in minaiH in ���-.-..������-.���������  INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  TERM riNANCIMO roll CANADIAN DUSINESStS  DOS Dun.mulr St.  Vontouror, 0,C.  t-rttf,  orgctm s  en's' Wear  G.W.G. 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Young  plants of brusseL sprouts, late cabbage  and .'purple- sprouting bioeqlli -should be  set out as soon as they are large enough  Wednesday, June 10, 1970       The Peninsula times  Page B-3  I'      I s  1  that hosted club root until the soil has  been sterilized and well limed for a  couple of years. Wallflowers and mustard  are also host plants for club root and  so should be kept away from the bras-  sicas.  Thinning of young vegetables should  begin as soon as they are big enough to  eat; beets, cafrots, onions and turnip  tops all make! good salad material before  they get- too jarge. After thinning always  pull the soil up around the remaining  plants to keep the air from drying out  the growing roots. Swiss Chard will grow  faster and be more tender if the coarse  outside leaves are kept pulled off. this  also keeps the plants from going to seed  prematurely.  t aAs the ground becomes available after  peas and broad beans are over, a light  cultivating will put it in good shape to  receive any of the vegetables that are  sown late to provide greens during the  winter months. The fruit on the small  bushes will be developing now and a  spraying with a solution containing copper  will keep them free from fungus and  scab. While examining gooseberries and  red and white currants look for small  green caterpillars, at the same thime  pinch out the young side shoots at the  fiflhleaf. As these three fruits all bear on  the short spurs of mature wood. The black  currant bears best en new shoots of previous years growth. Keep the hoe working lightly among the bushes to allow  the small birds to get any grubs that  may be around. Grapevines are growing  rapidly and as soon as the bunches of  small fruits have formed, pinch out the  young growth two leaves from the fruit.  This allows the sap to flow into the  fruit. As grapes are shallow rooting plants  a mulch at this time will do nothing  but good.  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  CALL ON  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway al* Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  1      *& CARPETS      <& TILES      <& LS^OLEU^S  WE FEATURE A LARGE SELECTION OF DRAPES  Grade 10 students  feature art display  Pender  coming self-sufficient in its requirement. Now under construction is the  liquor store   which some   residents  ONE of the most interesting displays to    !��ve worked long and hard to get.  be featured  in  the Gallery Shop at    Thue  growing   Village  now  boasts  a  Sechelt is now on show and well worth    school, bank, credit union, fipeh^U,  visiting for it is a local display of Elphin-    water board, fisheries   office,   post  Refreshing  Project  Harbour is  gradually   be-   office, barber, hairdresser, drive-in,  besides food and drygoods stores and  an active Royal Canadian Legion,  garage and numerous and well patronized marinas. It is understood  that the liquor store is a foremnner  of a new shopping plaza.  stone's grade ten art students.  It efatures many different types of art  in various mediums; colorful batiks ranging in colour from luscious purple to field  green form predominant backdrops for  the equally colourful mobiles. Wind  chimes' are suspended from the ceiling.  Copper tooling are displayed throughout the shop together With an interesting selection of wire sculptures, plaster  figures, slab pottery and animals.     ' ���*' '  Black and white woodcuts make a  striking display on colourful construction  paper backgrounds.  This fascinating array of students'  work  will only.be featured until* June  SAINFOIN  Five years ago, few people in Canada  had heard of the perennial forage legume,  sainfoin. Today this crop is familiar to  many farmers and ranchers and is being  tried all across western Canada in plots  ranging in size from a few square feet to  a hundred acres or more.  J*!-*.*"***     J-*.  *>,r,  4,  ^aa-a*^*aa��-  r**as*?��  ������is^<**yt'$?', -7  wA*A '���  ^t&x '7  I  ��� \  "/ it",  trA<F*.  l a*****, ,       '  ..*���'  i /*  V-  '/,  >  v  j ���*������      i "-a-   -  .. ,y * >��TiHi  "* JET**     t I** ^ *  ^y7<Jj  fr. A*)"-?"*. *  ���mrC       1'  4   <\ A  t, 4  "Ki*>  |ter-?(U",*    V* 1      ;.  -'ifFj-^v*- *?!"%���.   il. '  \% y.^t ^ fl, J  **%    t   ��* * ���**  Tax i ,     ���***"*      *" "   t-  - .Am .* 77 > ���a-**"-  -�� Together  again  After the shock of Rhyl Wood's near  drowning last week, everyone was  filled with thankfullness and happiness last Friday, With Rhyl fully recovered after being pulled from the  Prompt heroic action averts Hear drowning  Water by her friend Denise McCourt.  Pictured from left are Arleta McCourt; Mrs. Jean Wood; Denise McCourt and Rhyl, (see story).  TRAGEDY wris nverted in Seclu.ll Inst  week by Ihe quick thinking <>f n I-'1'*'  girl and prompt response of waterfront  residents nnd the Sechelt Volunteer fire-  brigade.  Denise McCourt, Arlcla McCourl and  Rhyl Wood, all eleven years old, were  ���swimming last Tuesday near the Wiilce-  field lnu when Denise noticed thnt Rhyl  was In trouble. Although Denise is quite  small nnd hot a very good swimmer, she  swam out to Rhyl who wns nlmosl submerged nnd somehow managed to pull  her to shore.  Neighbours heard Ihe little girls  shouting and noticed I hem drugging something ashore, Mr. I.lggurs of Selmu Park  who was visiting Mr, nnd Mrs, Thompson dashed down nnd applied artificial  respiration lo Khyl who wns unconscious  and   brought   her  round   before  the   in-  halator crew arrived nnd took  the little  \ girl to hospital.  Thinking Rhyl wns drowned Denise  run nil the way to Mrs. Wood who lives  on Mason Road to tell her.  The three little girls nre almost ln-  s-'parable companions and a sunny day  which became suddenly clouded with near  tragedy ended happily wilh Rhyl recovering nicely In hosjltal and by Friday,  the McCourt and Wood families were celebrating happily wllh the three youngsters  together again. Denise received a much  longed for wntch from her father nnd  Arleta n ring, but their greatest Joy wns  to hnvo Rhyl back with them again,  Mr, and Mrs. Wood's gratitude to all  who helped knows no bounds.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Sprinkling Restrictions Effective Immediately  Effect.vo  immediately sprinkling  restrictions aro  Imposed on  all usors from the the Municipal water system as follows:���  1. ODD NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and NORTH  SHAW, and PRATT ROADS, may sprinMo on:���  odd calendar dotes from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  2. EVEN NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and HENRY  ROAD, and SECHELT HIGHWAY, may sprinkle on:���  oven calendar dates from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  ALL SPRINKLERS MUST BE TURNED OFF IF ANY  FIRE SIREN  IS SOUNDED  June 3, 1970  Gibsons,  B.C.  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  * ajsu'w !>-,t*��'yy.''ai.i.*svc3*y^^^.^  New structure  niirse-oid.es  o assist npii-iiiirsiag w��r  HEALTH Unit aides to assist the Public  Health nurse in routine duties will be  a new feature commencing September 1st.  Reporting on the new structure at last  Thursday's Board meeting in> Gibsons,  Coast Garibaldi Nursing Supervisor, Miss  W. Davies said each Public Health nurse  will have 4 hours assistance per month.  Aides will be chosen more for their personal qualifications such as interest in  the work and will be trained by the  Public Health nurses; duties will be  stricktly non-nursing and will possibly  include vision and hearing tests in schools,  assistance in pre-natal classes and school  immunization programmes, also recording  duties. Miss Davies feels that aides will  give  valuable assistance.  Asked about health programmes on  Indian Reserves, Miss Davies said that  Public Health nurse-; conduct programmes  oh all the reserves in the Unit except  Mount Currie. Department of Indian Affairs provides dental consultants.  ENFORCEMENT  Senior Public Health Inspector Peter  Bell reported on the number of septic tank  inspections made during the- first quarter  of which 34 in the Squamish area were  declared a public nuisance.  One trailer park owner had been  taken to court and found guilty on 2  counts resulting in a $50 fine on each  count. More court cases would be coming  up. Aid. Fougberg wondered if fines  would eliminate thc trouble. Mr. Bell  said that the problem had abated in the  one   instance.  VENERAL DISEASE  Commenting on reports of high incidence of veneral disease in the United  States and also in the Vancouver area.  Aid. Fougberg queried the situation  locally.  Dr. Gemrnill reported that no increase  was being experienced in this area. Reporting of cases was considered good and  that out of 10 cases of Syphilis reported  last-year, 5 cases were transients with  contacts in the United States.  LITTER    Commenting on thc Litter Act, Chairman McCloskey said it would be difficult to enforce but at one time he had  helped bring about 2 convictions by sifting  through discarded litter to find evidence  of   who   had   been   responsible   for   the  WORLDS LIGHTEST  DIRECT-DRIVE CHAIN SAW  ONLY 12 LBS.*  For clearing a cnmpil.i.. cutting  firewood or tlrelanot, you can't  Jienl tho revolutionary Home.  II e XL-It 2. Tho world's IH|l.|o>t  dlreel drlvo chnln ��nw, it wolHlm  only i2|l)��.C..-�� l^.lnch |oq�� In  10 nocondu, feu* irons up to  3 foot In dlnnmtor. Ci��*r|lna engine driven, Ua con.p��dt It flta  Into your cur or tamper ������ corn,  fortnhly 01 n Coleman lamp. fit.  light you cor. carry it great dl��.  tancoa without effort. Lo tlmpla  nnyonoconcutwlttilt.  tesa bar nnd cftsln  Free demomt rat ions ot:  CHAin SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SATURDAY, JUNE 20H.  Phono 805-9626  dumping. This action had proved to be a  deterrent to others.  Sechelt Notes  MR. and Mrs. Ross Layccck have enjoyed  a visit by their daughter Mrs. J. Rogers  of Williams Lake.  Mr. and^ Mrs. Art Redman \<>ent to  Vancouver to greet Mrs. Elsie Lewis of  Britain. Mrs. Lewis who is Mrs. Redman's  cousin will spend some time in Sechelt  later.  The children's section of the Sechelt  Library has seme new books, thanks to a  generous donation from our local Lions  Ladies.  From Powell River are Mr. and Mrs.  Peter Dick visi'ing the Bruce Redmans.  Mrs. E. Lowe of Richmond, a former  resident of Gibsons has been a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson.  We are sorry io report Mrs. R. C. Johnson of the Credit Union office is a hospital  patient as the result of an accident.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Evans of Porpoise  Bay received a telegram from their son  Roger and his wife Carmen saying they  are safe and sound in Lima, Peru.*  The tragic earthquake Struck on  Sunday including the Chimbote area  where* Roger often works during the week  but he spends his weekends at home in"  Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Evans and many local  residents were relieved to hear all is wall.  P..  ,'ii  NOW OPEN FROM 10 AM. TO 12 MIDNIGHT  "KNIGHTS OF RHYTHM")- Saturday, June 13th  Tsme m  i full eoyrse  HIGHWAY 101. SECHELT  PHONE 885-2311  n  r,  ��� Faa-SmiUimJai   ��� WMI'".' II     . Mill I I JttJ IF. M -JJJ H        Illl, U        I ,   . I I I   IW �����   I   ���^���MWI I Fill HI.        I Jj     ���  J..a!:.'H.^lt4.\mff1AXi^a,,a.Sli.jLu.^.<ILiaUi.l!a4l.^ %a��a.a- tM.ifa��,L~. .fa     .��AJ�� iC**.Jll..^5^.J.t->.*df!n.lJMi4t.'>. iX^Va.   J.   .-..! ���-*W  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Conlrc" Bor.id  or by the Government of British Columbia  Mftr*m^..  ���1-fi.Jl-j���n ������^ii-^i.^.ie.l.i.  >i^^^iIHi ^���������Wim*  ������^'���i   *S ***���  Britisli Columbians know ten! living. They also know Kfll beer.  ��� n,��s.*t^j*N^fcrf��i  * t-V^k^n*k^r, J>%.J*.S* -AAitiif  ,*��������. - /  ��'**'**'>^^  "��� "at.  Page B-4  The Penlnsulo Tfmes        Wednesday, June 10, 1970  Canadian-developed . i .  ew money order SYStem  o ensure Buyer privacy  "4r"  '���*���-' .*.  "a- ' ^ ���: |#l|#FMIf���[  >%.,��  ^V^Vv^  JT"  r     ' '   H-'  Around Gibsons  ���-by Marion Charman  by Marion Charman  AT THE home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike  Hauka, a pleasant social evening was  enjoyed on the occasion of Mrs. Huka's  birthday. Present to help her celebrate  the event were Mike Hauka, Art Hauka.  Don and Margaret Hauka, Ed and Belva  Hauka, Mr. and Mrs. John Gaw and Mr.  and Mrs. Frank Wyngaert.  Prior to her marriage, Miss Leslie  Harris was guest of honor at a surprise  miscellaneous bridal shower when Miss  Janet Carmichael and Miss Patty Carmichael were hostesses and others present  were Cindy Gumming, Christine Cecil,  Heather Kiliam ahd Anne LePage.  Mrs. Maurene Howrie has returned to  Vernon after visiting here with her father  Mr. Victor L. RicTmiond who spent 8  days in Vernon with members of his  family recently.  Dr. and Mrs. Eric Brisco from Vancouver were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Wiljo Wiren before going on to the  Wiren's fishing camp on Haven Island,  Jervis Inlet, where they enjoyed a holiday.  A party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Karl Schroers on Tuesday evening last  week was in honor of Mrs. Schroers'birth-  day.  Bob and Clark Bentall from Vancouver were visitors to Keats Island recently.  Mrs. F. J. Wyngaert was a visitor to  Chilliwack and Vancouver for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Stcnner's weekend  guests were Mr; and Mrs. Richard Stenncr  and young son Stephen from Vancouver.  With Mks. Ted Hume as manager and  Mrs. Mike Jay as coach, an enthusiastic  group of about 18 girls (age U-14 years)  have been practising softball. On Friday  evening .at their first competitive game  played al Gibsons Elementary, school  grounds thc "Gibsons Girls" lost to a team  from Sechelt Residential school. The score  was 48-14,  Special thanks are tendered Mr. Walt  Nygren for the gift of a bat and ball, and  to Mr. Don Maekay for fill his help to thc  "Gibson  Girls"  sortball  team.  Welcome to Gibsons Mr. and Mrs, G.  Girard and family from Penticton who arc  now in the former F. Stenncr home on  the highway.  Mr. Leonard Keir who was recently  married at Kelowna has returned from  a honeymoon trip in the States with his  bride. They are making their home here.  Welcome  to Gibsons newly  weds!  Miss Karen Johnson is working at the  Library at U.B.C, She was a recent visitor  with Mr. and Mrs, Oscar B, Johnson.  Mrs, Fred Holland has returned from  l'riiH-e George where she visited Mr, and  Mrs. Gill Yacklowltz who are being congratulated on the birth of a son Frederick  Dean, 7 lbs, S oz, born May 27th. Mrs.  Vaeklowllz is the mormcr Cathy Holland.  Hay and Margaret Coatcs from Port  Moody were weekend visitor.*, to thc  reninsula, guests of H, Bradshaw.  Mr, and Mrs. Itussel Cramer have relumed from spending several weeks on  the Prairies. At Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan they  visited their son Lyndon,  You ran tench a student a lesson foi  a day; but if you ean teach him to leain  by rival ing curiosity, he will continue  Ihe learning process as long as In*  live,.  ���wi|i ihieiiwii.fi yvngaiffM^w.  y.��f^'i^^��*W.*w<r..< - .v..T--��a-.-_^  SECHELT MATE.!  ���    PRESENTS    ���  OH  HAT A LOVELY  STARRING:  I.n.i.ri.ic Oliver, Michael '.c-.lijmve  pin-, o host of other Mm-..  COLOR . CARTOON  CINI.MASCOPf.  Sforti 8 p.ro, Out 10.*.0 p,m.  FRIDAY. SATURDAY, MONDAY,  JUNE 12. 13 and IS  Next Week;  Carry on  Pimpernel  mi".  i i'i  Payment in Blood  lADUm  Coming Soon:  Easy  Rid or  i  A NEW SYSTEM to be introduced next  October  by  the  Canada Post  Office  will provide complete privacy  and  save  thc millions of Canadians who  Post Office money orders,  ac-"  a Post Office spokesman,  the new system, an imprinting  will enter such items as date and  ��� S-"***** ^^fAW^^'^W'^U    -a'""'", with the personal details to be  - -"     777^^i'.-\>^*A|*S    fUled in by the Purchaser in privacy and"  '.*.>**"''  ' AA**cA'"Ai^fi? $    at a time most convenient to him or her.  This will also result in a saving of time  for both the customer and the post office.  Under the present system, Hie clerk  must ask the purchaser for such details  as names, locations and spellings and enter the information-on the forms while the  buyer and possibly others in, a line-up  await their turn for wicket service.  The exclusively Canadian technique,  even now being studied by representatives of postal administrations from many  other countries, was developed by the  Canada Post Office in co-operation with  Addrcssograph-Multigraph of Canada Limited, R. L. Crain Limited and Recognition  Equipment Incorporated..  Postmaster General Eric Kierans signed contracts with those companies early in  November which will result in a new tri-  leaf form and an imprinting machine for  vartually every Canadian post office by  thc fall of 1970.  All verifying, indexing and statistical  operations will be performed by computer;  paid money orders will be micro-filmed  front and back for storage and reproduc-  Control System  Complicated system of automatic  valves and pipes provide the control  centre for the Sechelt reservoir and  will be enclosed in a concrete house  once construction re-starts.  tion should a customer require proof of  payment.  *" Mr. Kierans said the Canada Post Of-  'fice was proud of the system it has developed in co-operation with industry as it  entails an entirely fresh approach to money order processing. The streamlined processes, with the reduction of thc number  of forms involved and time saved, Will"'result in an annual savings of some 19%.  This will amortize the original two million  dollar investment in five years.  Search for.better ways  AMERICA'S  first   privately   run   school  under  public   auspices   will  open  in  Boston next September.  The private-public school, to begin  with a $393,000 Ford Foundation grant,  ,-,-iil seek to prove that "there are better  ways to educate chi.dren" than are now  employed in the traditional public schools.  Some classes will meet outside the  usual classrooms, in public buildings and  other  appropriate areas.  Policy will be set by a board composed  of parents, teachers, and students.  Pupils will be drawn from, city and  suburban district, with racial balance  expected.  Financial support, apart from the initial Ford Foundation gift, will come from  the state. But the school will be entirely  free of control by either Boston's public  *-chool system or any religious group.  JUNE 10th TO JUNE 16th  10 0623 am 10.2 13 0106am 14.2  W. 0931* am 10.5 Sa. 0883 am 7.0  0433 pm    5.4 0221 pm 10.4  0708 pm    9.4  11   1211am 14.6  Th. 0718 am    9.3  1101am 10.0  0518 pm    6.7  12   1231 am 14.4  Fr.   0753 am    8.2  1246 pm    9.9  0603 pm    8.1  14  0131 am 14.0  Su. 0908 am 5.8  0401pm 11.4  0813 pm 10.6  15  0201 am 13.9  M.  0938 am 4.6  0506 pm 12.5  0918 pm 11.4  16  0231 am 13.9  Tu. 1018 am    3.5  0556 pm 13 4  1023 pm 12.0  ���^f  lu-V*-'        ��:  A#" A  i'Jj if A *  ��� y --��.  A A ?'>'A  F^!F,F     an   \,�� 4$. 3*.,.l   FFF**krf,Jft  , Life Member  Mr. Colin Dobell oi Gibsons, B.C. was  awarded an honorary life membership in the Canadian Tuberculosis  and Respiratory Disease Association  at its seventieth annual meeting in  Winnipeg, Manitoba. Mr. Dobell is  past president of the association and  was President of the B.C. Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal Society for 1960  to 1962.  Keeping minute "aliens" out of Canada is a full-time job for Canada Department of Agriculture Plant Protection inspectors stationed at various customs  points across the country. Between April  1, 1968, and March 31, 1969, plant men  made 1,124 pest interceptions.  WE ARE NOW OPEN  MONDAYS  ��� ROTOTILLERS ���  ���  RIDING LAWNMOWERS *  FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT  AUTHORIZED DEALERS for  ��� Mercury Outboards  ��� Pioneer Chain Saws  ��� Canadien Chain Saws  ��� Homelite Chain Saws  ��� Stihl Chain Saws  ��� McCullough Chain Sows  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICE  mmmmwL  Cowrie  St., Sechelt ��� 885-96;26  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  7\  '      *   i t  * A ,  <      .-.-/-.      -���  -i     r4^-.*^'>^-*.��-'''       4Sj*AS\A**A**<AS*SJ'SIS"S<tA0.*��*       J.  * A    *     t J.    +  j.   *    A     *.,#   *il^  ^Ai  ���* *   m*     t*rf��rai<ii*M'ai��    *,��   4    a^JTrfi   i"     * ���4    4   ,1   .


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