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Brochures would be published in quantity involving various areas,  and councils and Chambers of Commerce  were asked to participate. Cost to the  village was to be $600. Both Council and  Chamber of Commerce of Sechelt declined  participation and so did the Pender Harbour Egmont Chamber.  Original indications were that professional writers and photographers would  provide material for the brochures and  although Mayor- Peterson stated -the-  pictures are awaiting pick-up, the copy  writer is still overdue. He told Council  "tomorrow is supposed to be the deadline, we have the pictures ready and I feel  it is quite disappointing. We have not  heard from* Ovenell and can't even get  him on the phone. Someone was supposed  to have come over here two weeks ago  but has not come. It seems to me we are  not getting much co-operation".  It was agreed that administrator Dave  Johnston attempt to contact Ovenell and  perhaps arrange a meeting with him.  ROAD PAVING  Aid. Ken Crosby reported that he had  obtained two prices for paving within  the village. One from Coast Paving, who  arc in process of locating locally, was  extremely reasonable, however, engineers  Dayton and Knight recommended obtaining a figure from a Vancouver Company  which, they consider, might prove even  less.  To a request by a resident that council consider a sidewalk from Prowse Road  to the' Post Office, Aid. Crosby said he  had looked into the proposal and agrees  that a sidewalk would be a safety factor  for those who walk to the Post Office.  It was agreed a sidewalk be included  in next year's budget. It would prove impractical at this time in light of the proposed sewer installation.  NEW BUSINESS  Licence, was granted Mr.  (Ml  ,��  f.a-V-.jj-....,,,.      j} l*P      ���        -  -? -L^iMllli-j JH---'   We3t Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  XbOb West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9�� B.C.  ' Service  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mail  to operate a business machines repair  business from his residence on Sergeant  Road. Mr. Johnston said he had spoken  to Mr. Jeffries and understands he was  previously employed by Barr Business  Machines. The request was approved.  SUBDIVISION  Real Estate Agent Mrs. K. Butler  sought approval to bring in two duplex  building from New Westminster to set  up on the Evergreen Acres subdivision,  Cochrane-Glassford Roads. She told  council it was her impression the buildings are comparatively new and each  will be established on a full half acre  lot.  It was agreed that building inspector  Jim Steward inspect the buildings first  in order to assertain suitability in regard  to conforming to local Bylaws etc.  . Similar request came from Mr. Jack  Huish oLGambia who requested permission to bring in two single *famny~dwli"-7~  lings onto the same property. This too  was referred to the Building Committee  comprising Mayor Peterson and Mr. Stewart.  PLASTIC PIPE  Aid. Charles Mandelkau said he^ has  now received numerous enquiries "as to  why plastic pipe is not permitted in place  of more expensive copper. It is used in  the outside area and indications are that  it is just as efficient.  Aid. Ken Goddard expressed the view  that this would depend upon quality of  the pipe used. Mayor Peterson -said council is still awaiting a reply from the  engineers who have been asked for guidance. Aid. Mandelkau, however, noted  that it is two weeks since the engineers  were approached.  For further study .  Adwi&oiY Planning proposa  halted hj te  E. Jeffries  *���      ff.       "1* A��  vr  rod;& gun.  - Conservation Officer Pat'Mulligan is  scheduled to be present at" next General  Meeting of the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club.  Mr. Mulligan is expected to put oh an  interesting "show of conservation and  hunting films. Meeting is Thursday April  9th at 8 p.m.  CANCELLATION  ��� Sickness and absenteeism has forced  cancellation- of the Senior Citizens  Branch 69, Spring Tea and Bake Sale,  scheduled for April 18th in Sechelt  Legion Hall.  LOST AND FOUND  Found on tho highway between Gibsons  and Roberts Creek, one kilo (2.2 lbs.) of  marijuana, all nicely wrapped in red  cellophane, has been handed in to police  by a local resident. Owner of same  MIGHT recover from Gibsons RCMP.  Sunshine Coast Lions  preparing for May-Day  SUNSHINE Const Lions  have gone lino  full .swing In order to provide a successful May Day for 1970. Chairman of  the committee Is again Terry Rodway  and in charge of the May Queen and  ceremonies i.s Mr. Eileen Bystcadt.  Members of the Lions Club have been  working quietly behind the scene*, preparing for their big event of the year  but it is hoped that with a larger mem-  l.c-jihlp the hard work Involved will perhaps prove u little lighter than in the  past.  Additional help will ho forthcoming  from the local Kinsmen who have volunteered to spearhead tho parade arrang.*-  ments.  Members mo presently negotiating f.ir  tho services of marching bands and aro  also exploring avenues with tho object  of obtaining Honu.tl.ing special by-melius  of a big attraction for this Year's event,  Lions popular rides for tin; youngsters,  games of ohm..*., for adults and usual  concession booths will all add to .success  of the iiuiiual Secholt May Day celebrations,  Another popular annual project of Ihe  Lions Is the Mother's Day Panculu* Break-  fust, scheduled this year for May 10th  and, as usual, al Peninsula Motor Products showrooms,  Legion Branch 140  seeks ball players  TlH'.I.r. are sllll several openings on lh,o  Unite Hull. baseball team sponsored by  Canadian Legion Branch 140,  Hoys aged I,'I, II und IT) Interested in  baseball and living In the area lion,  Unbolts Creek lo Halfmoon Bay are urged  lo turn for Ihe practice on ttnturrl..y  April 1Mb at 10 a.m. Hackett Park,  .Sechelt, Further information may '�������  obtained bv phoning: f.onny Henner, 118.1.  * ;.0:��2; Matt' Jaeger *lll.".-f)lf>."; Roger I lock-  -.HI, B��.r��-��74��.  Team organizer.*, would also like lo  llmnl. everyone who niippiutcd the Babe  Ruth lean, rnflle, Winners were: first  pt I/o, tape recorder Harry Pearson of  Wilson Creek, 'Second prize, trs.iv.lxtor  radio ��� Pat Crucil, Wilson Creek,  PLAN by Mayor Bill Swain to establish  an advisory planning commission received a setback at last meeting of Se-  cheftGouncil following a little rug-pulling  by A^^man George Flay who had done  a little'^^niework prior to the meeting  by studyinf^iis Municipal Act.  Clerk Ted Rayner produced a copy of  an Advisory Planning Bylaw based on information received from the Department  in Victoria. He suggested perhaps members should first take copies home for  study before moving acceptance of a  proposal to establish the Advisory Planning Commission.  Aid. Watson said he sees no reason  to waste further time in light of the fact  the,Bylaw is; of.;a.mandatory nature ���"why"  not move on it tonight?" he asked.  Aid.. George Flay pointed out that  originally it was moved council arrange  a meeting first with a representative of  the; Regional Planning Branclv before  reaching any decision. "You are now suggesting we go ahead and move on it without such a meeting," he argued.  Mayor Swain said it was moved advice  be sought from Victoria and they subsequently forwarded a copy of the Bylaw.  "As a result, it was moved and passed  at last meeting that a Bylaw to provide  for establishment of an Advisory Planning Commission be prepared for tills  meeting."  ' Aid. Watson pointed out that this  meant further objections were futile in  that the matter has already been approved by council as a whole.  Aid. Flay insisted that this was not so  and it still had to gain final approval  "under the circumstances I cannot support it," he said. Asked by the Mayor  for one good reason why not, Flay stated;  "1 do not feel that a small village such  as this requires a commission. We have  five of us here elected by tho people and  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  WdsonCrcek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  Council gives go-ahead  for Back-stop project  ACTIVELY   pursuing   plans  for   a   new  back-stop at Hackett Park, Alderman  George  Flay   told   members   of   Sechel  Council   last   week   he   has   received  number of offers of both  financial  and  labor    support.    Everything    considered  most the project will cost is $1,400, th  however,  would   be  a   maximum   figu  and could end up considerably less, prtib  ably about $700  So far, assistance has been offered by  Port  Mellon,    Sechelt    Kinsmen,   Lio  Club. Legion  many  other  Lions said they  ifrass at the  donation. Aldr-FlaS  paid out $450  therefore, the Lions' offer will save the  village that amount.  Aid. Norm Watson said he hoped the  Lions would not get fed up with the  chore. Aid. Flay replied that ntembeis  of the Babe Ruth teams have volunteered  to help the Lions out if necessary.  Aid. Watson commented  that he felt  it  a  good  idea   that  youngsters  should  cut their own grass. Mayor Swain agreed  and added  that   he  has   maintained  along it is not up to thc Municipal!  donate toward  ball teams,  added that this is so, particularly  of those using the park are  the   village.  It was agreed Aid. Flay  the back-stop project.  I fail to see why we should require another five people to come up with proposals which still have to be debated and  approved by us anyway. Further, I have  spoken to Mr. Burley who was, a former,  member of Council and on Planning.  He tells me that under such a system,  he would possible take six months or  more before reaching any decisions. This  is holding back progress as far as I am  concerned," he said..  Mr. Rayner explained that it would  not necessarily mean that council would  seek the Commission's aid every time  something might come up. Mayor Swain  agreed and added that it is possible  Council would not accept their findings,  "further, who sai4-JV",r~^ui.ley would "jo  oh the Commission"," he asked.  Aid. Flay replied that so far no one  has suggested Mr. Burley was to be on  the Commission. .  Quoting from the Municipal Act  which, he said, he had been studying, he  advised Council that at the previous  meeting, both he and Aid. Benner had  been opposed to the proposal "I see by  the Act that in order to pass a motion  to form a Commission, two thirds vote  is necessary and three out of five is  certainly not two thirds," he added.  Aid. Watson disagreed and asked how  could there be two thirds out of only  five people. He argued that a majority  vote was sufficient,  Mr, Rayner, however, explained that  thc Act under such circumstances calls  for four out of five in favor,  Asked by thc Mayor what were his  views, Aid, Joe Benner said ho agreed  with Aid. Flay ond could see no reason  why the Bylaw should not be taken  away for closer study first.  Both Mayor Swuin nnd Aid. Watson  agreed that this might perhaps bo be.-it  after-all.   .  Roberts Creek Scouts  seeking fund projects  FIFTEEN active Scouts of 1st Roberts  Creek Scout Troop are just looking  for work of any type, around the house,  garden or anywhere so long as it will  raise funds to take the lads on a travelling camp during August.  Anyone interested in this timely  Spring offer may telephone the Times  office at 885-9654 or contact Scoutmaster  G. L. Harrop,:"R.R.L, Gibson's' B.C. *. :;.-,  These Scouts have already held two  camps, one at Camp Byng and in a two-  storey cabin on Mount Seymour. The  anticipated travelling camp during the  summer will cost roughly $100 per head  and the boys are prepared to tackle almost  anything. Scoutmaster Harrop has pent  twenty years in Scouting in Canada and  New Zealand and is giving dynamic  leadership to thc Troop which had been  inactive for some years.  Total Wreck  Only occupant to escape unhurt from  this wrecked camper was the family cat which was in the rear section.  Driver was Dr. Louis Woolf of Vancouver and hfc wife were rushed to  hospital suffering from broken legs,  facial and other lacerations but are  now understood to be in good condition. Incident occurred last Wednesday at about 9 a.m. April 1st. Police  are investigating circumstances.  Sechelt seminar  An average of 20 units of whole blood  is needed for every case of open heart  .surgery,  HOW- TO effectively involve all the  members of the crew in production  and setting targets, will be one of the  subjects discussed at the "Management  Work-Out" to be held in thc Peninsula  Drive-Inn, Sechelt, Saturday, April 11th,  presented by The Truck Loggers Association.  T. K. Lawson, communications and  training specialist, has conducted discussions on this topic with hundreds -if  management  and   supervisory   personnel  Added costs  aterfront wall contract  pro��es subject of dispute  A  F-.ti- *���'  ���\��  \r  J .���***  ii  ^^*4<Vi*��'  *���-'-  gL * f#m**rW&*4&*^  \  ���J  A  V-v.  ,  ."ft?-?  P  "3*  Fa.*** "  mi  'A?  At  .yj-P"*  ^a,  ,     >^fiVW*  /     e\ i - i *  ^7hS7  Cf a*'-  4*        .F.a'feV,*,..,   if/  Y 'I Jf- U." w;  y  r. \'/Aa. f; -h (ii if/I  L#'     - "s,i"*7,    ' ���' ';* "���' **'*'*'  i  ** -    F F \     . ^ ,   I .  r  -^ i*M,,.*?.,-���(��d,  V  a\       i  *   -.   . .     , * i�� j -4 �� -f ? t , w i * . *  L    .'   ^*^r4W\J '���JJr'IWwX. %V-^        t  - t'^  fc-a-W*-.*  Liono Bingo  , F|V, v'tV  ORIGINAL agreement    between Council  of Sechelt and local contractor Ted  Osborne appears to bo in dispute and  nlthogh the scheme for a threir"hundrcd  foot sea wall along Boulevard* involves  some $(1,000, indicators are that no official contract was ever drawn up,  Consequence Is that at last meeting  of Council, Mayor Bill Swalri said ho had  been informed by tin* contractor that a  certain amount of fill would now be  i*c.|iiired to bring'tho wall and existing  fill up to road level. This, said the Mayor,  will be responsibility of Couneil for apparently it  Is nol part of tin* agreement.  Aid, Norm Watson stated this was  nol mi, Hie original agreement called for  bringing up to road level "Mr. Osborne  is well aware of this," he added,  Mayor Swaln ssid "apparently 'not, he  lei Is me the fill will be extra", Aid. Watson disagreed and much' clear tin* fact  the contract was lo include fill to road  level.  Asked if a contract existed, Clerk Ted  Itayncr -mid a memorandum Is on Hie  Imi not a proper conlracl, Aid. flenri'.e  Flay asked if It would be possible to see  Ihe memorandum and was assured It  would be available. In flu. meant Imo, Aid.  Watson said he would discuss the matter  further wilh Osborne,  AMnuLANCi: sr.nvicc  Asked by Aid. Watson if a contract  between Council and tin* Cunningham  Ambulance .service has been signed, Mr.  Ilnyner wild il i.i still here but they have  not been in vet to pick It up, Asked II  be had notified Cunninghams, lie repll-'d  that they had been nqtllicd following an  earlier meeting that a contract would be  drawn tip but lliey have, however, not  been  In,  Aid, Flay MiHgiv-led it might he in  (inter  tu ni'tlly  Mr   Cunningham  l,yla*.v JIT providing ���"��� 'be cont nut  to provide tree ambulance -ervice o  resident-, ol Sechelt to and Iron*, .Si,  Muiy's lii-T-pit.tl "iily, wm. given final  leadini*. and  adopted,  larly In light of the fuel it is a residential  area,  Tin; Clerk pointed out that some of  the names on the petition were those  of people not even living in the area of  the ditch. Mayor Swaln added "it doesn't  even contain a .signature", Aid. Watson,  however, commented that the petition  contained a number of signatures, He also  agreed that the, ditch Is Indeed in very  bad condition.  Mr, Hayner -sulci it is a situation Council is aware of and Is, In fuel, working .in  11,  DIRTY   WATER  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Service is encountering troubles as the resulut of filth  In the water lines, Letter of complaint  to council stated that when using the  local system, It bus to be closed off  after five minutes In order to clean out  hoses,  nozzles  etc.  It was agreed the letter be turned  over to new owners of the walcr-wairk;-*,  the Sunshine Coast   Hegional  Board.  in Canada and the United States. He will  lead thc discussion on this and other key  subjects included in this seminar.  Presented as a membership service by  The Association, non-members in the  logging industry arc particularly welcome  to attend with their supervisory personnel. All participants will be guests of  Thc Association at luncheon. To ensure  adequate accommodation, it i.s important  Thc Association be advised by letter or  telephone of the numbers that will be  attending  from  each operation.  This scries of "Management Work-  Outs", of which thc meeting in Sechelt  will be the second, bus been designed  specifically for The Association by thc  NDL Management Institute. Harry 11.  Hamper, President, und Mr, Lawson, will  jointly load the discussions during the  seminar. Both have an extensive background in and are well-known throughout the forest industry. Mr. Hamper has  been a speaker* on the Convention programs of 1 n(i() and 1970. ,     ,  Mew Hydro rates show  after April 30 bills  B.C.,HYDRO'S new electric rates officially went into effect March 1 but  due to bi-monthly meter reading they  won't' show up on bills received by customer;) until after April .'10.  Under the new residential rates, the  first (100 kilowatt hours consumed ovr  a two-month billing period will cost "1  cents per kilowatt hour (formerly 2',a  cents) and all additional consumption will  cost 1,1 cents per,kilowat hour (formerly  I  cent),  B.C, Hydro's new residential electric  rates continue to In below Ihe average  across North America and for very low  use customers among the lowest,  Victoria based  ffltiwiSf =  fraps prajjaGfl  Neither n striker nor protester, merely n .Sunshine Coast Lions member  ndlvcrtislng the up-coming Mono  Bingo, a province wide fund miser  to be broadc.^over ('l.nnnel.s1 (I and  (1 Friday April 24 Ui 11:30 p.m. Vil  lage Alderman Norm Watson -says ho  is no Uingo player but considers tho  coti.se a worthy one nnd i.s .seen purchasing his card from Sandwich  Hoard carrier John Lewis, an active  member of the Llon:�� Club.  PETITION  Petit imi  ���dentr*!   drew  condition ol  tin* Village Storage building near Hackett  l-'aik, It dcMillied the ditch as a d!*��-  giac.*  tu  the  village  ol  ,'kchelt, jiaitiiu-  igned by n nuinbei nf 'rc;.t-  .itlrn.Mm to (be deplorably  a diainngo dil.-h in toss from  BILL lo establish a Municipal Finance  Authority of British Columbia, if approved In the Legislature this session  will result In a Province-wide tax levy  of one-llflletb of a mill on all taxable  land and improvements within the I'm*.*  luce, to cover "annual npcrntlhg cosis of  the new Authority  Produced by Hon Dan Campbell,  Minister of Municipal Affairs, purpose  ol the Pill Is to establish A Mi.U.rU>il  Finance Authority lo i-nal)le,^minlclpal-  Hies and regional dMild to obtain  lliuiiia.'luu lor wilier, sewer and pollution  -M'tlul   and   abatement    laelllties  lie-'innul Boaids will have representation on the Authoilty whoc lead office  will be in Victoria. Kxeeulive and admiie  Istialive  power:,  and dutlc ol   the   Au  thority shall be eseicised and performed  by a Board of TiuMeci consisting of tin.  Chairman and six other members of thu  Authority,  If the Bill is adopled, the chairman  of each Hegional Undid will be a member ol the AuUioilty lor 11170 and the  Piesident ol the Union ol British Columbia Muolcipalitiei* will convene Ote  I list meeting ol tin' Authority when (be  Cluili in,in ol the Authority and trustees  will   be  circled  > Many ���mull municipalities have b id  tiouble selling debenture'- to finance  ]-��!-,F*<-r(�� ejiVa-fftt by (be n-*r**,v I'll}, At Ihf*  Colon Boaid of Jlenllb meetings, mem-  beis ol .'.ipuunhb Municipal Council re-  l.thd then liouhlci in llil-i H .peel, dining  Ihe |>ast viai. which help up the proponed  muiiHlp.il sewage disposal isy.'.tein.  1 ���+*+****+,** -a-h. a  ���> I��� ������I, WPW^iH.1iM ���IHM^ -Ha> H-A-tal  *k*m*,1im*r+^ln?f***m^.i>*+m>^v-*i**^**A�� m  trt-*������*-*  #���-.��-   --V.*-- ��-.        * ^v^A^lM*^ *^**^^**+0t0l'>^^*-***'l*-<����l'**' "* ���"���"��� *n^-fc��*-*-*  ��fc-*Sj*^   F-tH^a,   fffH-Jh   ��VMl> ���**  N.-f       al^>*^^^^*^(*Val^��a%.*>>^,irilt   A     -^   -��.�����,      *        - Page A-2,The Peninsulfa Times, Wednesday, April 8, 1970  m. m��i,..-i.^��..... -���.���.���rri ^-innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnniiiiiiMnnnniiiiiMijtMiMiu-  REAL ESTATE (Continued)   REAL ESTATE (Conh)  ThePeOTNSULA^��66 Sechelt. - Phone 885-9654  Classified  JTWnaiBMMMMWWWtMiWMWIlMMWMWl**^  Published Wednesdays by  1*he Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit* Bureau  of Circulations  September 30. 1969  -Gross Circulation 2526  Paid Circulation 2287  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion __ ���__75e  .$L50  -15c  Three Insertions .,������������-,  ���Extra lines (4 words) .  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.) ���  Box Numbers ;,'",.   ', ��� ;��� 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35e   ' ';.per_eount1ino.,_   Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briofs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area ..$5.00 yr.  By mail, boyond 30 mites $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���.$3 yr.  By carrier;; ,   ,���,, ' '*���  '���' 50c month  XOMING^EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  . Gibsons  Thur., Fri., Apr. 9 & 10 af 8  p.m.; Sat. Apr. 11 at 2 p.m. &  8 p.m. and on Sun., Apr. 12  at 7 p.m.  "101 DALMATIONS"  Disney Cartooii Feature in  Technicolor  Mon., Tue., & Wed., Apr. 13,  14, & 15 at 8 p.m.'  "SINFUL DAVEY"  in Color, starring John Hurt.  4277-19  BIRTHS  SHARON and Bill Ellis of Se-  chelt are happy to announce  the birth of their son Shane  Robert Ellis, 7 pounds two  ounces, on March 30, 1970 at  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  4248-19  OBITUARY  DIED suddenly. Dr. Jack F.  Utting of Mayor Clinic,  Rochester, Minnesota. He is  survived by his father Fred  Utting of Wilson Creek, his  wife and two sons, Mark ahd  Christopher. 4244-19  FLYNN ��� On April 2, 1970, ,  Peter Edward Flynn of Roberts Creek, B.C. survived by  three brothers, Exi, William &  Arthur. Five sisters, Ann, Irene, Cair,e, Florence and Ella;  friends Mr. and Mrs. R. Randall and Mr. and Mrs. T. Beb-  bington. Funeral service was  held on Tuesday, April 7th  from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Gibsons. Rev.  Father D. Kenny officiated.  Interment Seaview cemetary.  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibson's, directors. 42CG-19  CARD OF THANKS  MANY thanks to the Post Office Staff for the cards or  sympathy. Also to the many  of my sisters who have expressed their sympathy. ���  Mary Leemun. 42G4-19  MANY thanks to Sechelt Volunteer Fireman who turned  out .so promptly on their Good  Friday holiday to control the  fire on our property.-���Mr, &  Mrs, A. Nelson, Selmu Park.  4237-19  MR, T. ItTtohk' niid~raniily  wish to thank the nursu-s,  staff, and Dr. Cates of thc  Royal Columbian Hospital  for the kind care nnd attention given to Mrs, Ritchie during her Illness, also to the Ladles Auxiliary of Canadian  Legion Branch 1*10 and the  many friends who .sent her  cards nnd me.wugeM of cheer.  ���1241-19  /ERSONAL  ���PERSONAL (Continued)  WISH .to contact L.D.S. members. Phone 885-9547 or 886-  2546. 3790-tfn  HELP the Lions to help  worthwhile project in your  community, such as the Physiotherapy Ward at St. Mary's  Hospital. Mail in your family's  Birthday and Anniversary  dates plus $2 for your calen*-  dar, today! To Don Hadden,  Box 93, Sechelt; or phone 885-  9504. Deadline April 22, 1970.  4276-21  MOBILE HOMES  45 x 10 Travellp. Washer, dryer, oversized hot water tank.  Fully  furnished.  By appointment only. 885-2314.    3873-tfn  ���'64x12 four "*" bedroom mobile  home, complete with furnishings, -washer, dryer, deep  freeze, T.V. for sale at No. 7  Sundance Trailer Park, Sechelt. 4217-20  WANTED TO RENT  lEUJSTItir with modem ^com-  fort: 3 bdrm log house on 9  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 trees.  $23,000. Phone 885-2871.  4254-tfn  LOOK  Large 3 bedroom home. Abbs  Rd. Gibsons, View. Asking  Price $26,400.00. To view contact Roy Naud 263-3864. Wallace & Maekay Agencies Ltd.  684-5935.  4231-18  SANDY HOOK, TILLICUM,  TUWANEK ��� we have waterfront and semi waterfront lots  in these areas, fully serviced,  priced from $2,000 to $8,000.  Wonderful views, good fishing  ideal for summer homes or  year round residence.  886-2481  NORTHWEST BAY ROAD, ,  a  number of good sized lots  available   in   this   developing  area, also acreage.  886-2481  r~   "  GIBSONS area. Excellent  potential for subdivision along  Chaster Road, buy now before  watersystcrn is installed. Four  only 2 acre lots, side by side,  just west of the Rosamund  subdivision. Priced at, $4,500  each, all cash.  886-2481  GIBSONS HEIGHTS ���Lots  72'xl30\ one short block from  shopping centre, schools etc.  See us about building mortgage if your income is $8,000  or less,  886-2481  NORTH ROAD, halfway  between Sunnycrest and  Langdale, Vi acre with 200*  RF, only $2,200 full price.  880-2481  PARK ROAD ��� S acres in  the village of Gibsons, 410* RF  suitabc for subdivision, like  money in thc bank.  880-2481  UPPER GRANTHAMS ��� 2  acres of view property, strategically located corner of Reed  Road & Chnmhcrlin, with road  allowance along north side too.  A good buy at $5,000.  800-2481  LISTINGS  WANTED  Representing Zurich and  Western Union Insurance  RARE residential view property within village boundaries of Sechelt. Five acre block  $7,500. Box <024, Peninsula  Times,  Sechelt. 4024-tfn  PENDER Harbour ��� Sea-  view, large lot only 100 yds.  to sea on Hotel Lake. $4500  FP, 5pcjr cent down, 7 per cent  terms, and 10 percent discount  for cash. Phone Collect 485-  6838. 4270-21  PENDER HARBOUR ���  View lots, close to beach and  protected moorage. Sailors,  fishermen and water sport en*?  thusiasts should avail themselves of the excellent selection while ithey last. at. the low  price of $3,500 each with easy  terms.  WILSON CREEK ��� 27 acres  of beautifully treed, level property traversed by year round  trout stream. Ideal for youth  camp, subdivision or holding  property." Realistically priced  at $19,500 .  GIBSONS ��� Your choice of  two fully serviced, level, cleared lots m new home area. Excellent view homesites. Full  Price $3,000 each.  Gibsons RURAL ��� Two adjoining % acre lots���level * &  cleared. Excellent soil. Full  Price $2,250 each.  ROBERTS   CREEK   ���   9:5  treed  Mr, Cr'wtpy, evert.  Mr.  White,  even.  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���--  Meetings 0:30 p.m.. Thurs-  dt\y��, WUhou Creek Community Hull. Ph. 1185-1)327. Bflfl-  2071) or Mr. &  Mrs, 8811-2355.  4ll)()-tfi.  acres   nicely   treed   property-  sloping   gently  to  the   south  with view of gulf: Tremendous  subdivision     potential.     Full  price $12,500.  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  Maekay  886-9900 Eves. 886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons Coquitlam  4152-16  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  1400-777 Hornby Street  Vancouver 1,  B.C.  Ready to move into, 2 bedroom bungalows featuring dining rm, utility, plenty of storage, carport and fireplace.  With prime view, though level lots. Come into Seaview  Sub-div. to inspect. You may  wish to also consider a custom  built home on the lot of your  choosing.  Opposite Indian Isles on the  Francis Peninsula, 1 acre wf.  with small cottage. Easy grade  to beach, land all developed.  $22,000 cash.  8 acres of view property serviced with water, power and  telephone. Natural landscaping superb. $22,000 full eight  acre, sale of portions will be  considered.  Bargain property for holding  or development, 40 acres with  large modern home and unfinished second house. Waterfront and view. Apply for  particulars.  Rural small holding, about  3 acres, , ,Ms acre cleared,  House and potential suite, out  buildings and equipment,  $45,000.  Sechelt  area.  For apartment sites convenient to business section of  Gibsons, 3 lots for total of  $13,500.  New full bsmt. home on lge.  cleared lot in West Sechelt.  Three bedrooms, two sets of  plumbing up and one, down,  W-w carpeting in bdrms, dining and living room, hall and  stairs. Oil heat and hot water.  Total floor ftg on main floor  1405 sq. ft. Owner cnn carry  A-S $32,000 F.P.  Box 34(1 Gibsons or call  080-2081  Salesman Jack Warn '  80(5-7244      oi*      880-2001 eves.  4273-19  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road, Gibsons, good view.  Phone 885-2818 days, 886-2000  eves. Write Box 4039 Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C. * ���  4039-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre' Sechelt���highway location, level' and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  150 ACRES elevated view  property near Secret Cove.  Lane access. Just $60,000 for  quick sale. Write Box 4023,  Peninsula Times. 4023-tfn  WILSON Creek ��� 1 acre of  property on Chapman Creek  & Highway. Ph. 885-93139.  Write Fred McNutt, R.R. 1,  Sechelt, B.C. 4184-19  RUBY LAKE: Spring special! A fully furnished and insulated cabin on 120' W.-F.  Fireplace, suhdeck. Let's hear  your: .offer.' Asking $13,500 FP.  PORPOISE BAY: Walk to  the wharf  from  this   Sechelt  on. Loads of potential for the  buyer with ideas. Try your offer to $8,950 asking price. Call  DON TAIT 883-2284.  WEST SECHELT: Hurry  with your offer on ithis 4 ac.  of choice garden soil. Unfinished 4 room house, good lo-  -eation. ���  REAL ESTATE (continued)      REAL ESTATE (Continued)     WANTED TO RENT FOR RENT (Continued)  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good    263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  WE TRADE  3061-tfn  THE SUN SHINES  ON  DISCRIMINATING BUYERS!! -��� We now have the  opportunity to offer you this  delightful home on lanscaped  view lot. 1600' of gracious living; with basement, double  carport and paved .driveway.  Good size living room with  stone fireplace;, large' den w-  stone fireplace. A really big  kitchen with lots of cupboards,  family dining room, 3 bedrooms and utility room on  main floor. Only $35,000.  Some Terms.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 4.75  acres. Close to Golf course.  Now only $5,800. '  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 1.25  acres; secluded, treed* on Hydro. $2,800 cash.  West   Sechelt   ���   5   acres  with  150'  of Highway front--*  age. Gulf view. $12,500.  Sechelt Village center ���  Flat and cleared building lot.  $3200.  DAVIS BAY ��� 2 bedroom.  ROBERTS  CREEK:   Nearly  5 ac. with dble road frontage,  j Close "vto   transportation   etc.  Only $4,500.  GIBSONS: Cosy 768* cottage, requires small amount of  finish. 2 bdrms., L.R. and  Cab. kitchen., vanity hatha  Situated on sunny level acre.  Attractive terms on $12,800.  Looking for a small home on  a,few acres ��� try this one. 2  bdrms., lge. kitchen with nook  nice L.R., utility. Wired for  range and has A-oil heat. Try  , your offer.  Trim 3 bdrm. beauty with  a view unsurpassed. Spacious  living room opens to sundeck  via sliding glass door and  features white Sandstone fireplace with raised Slate hearth.  Attractive dining room adjoins living room and is convenient to bright kitchen and  large breakfast area. W-W carpet throughout in attractive  nutmeg shade. Full basement  has unfinished extra bedroom  and lots of space for storage,  workshop or? A-oil furnace &  utility. Another feature to this  very desirable home - is the  level basement. This in Van-  Cathedral ..entrance and ground  couver would bring* much  more than, the $35,000 asked.  Attractive terms too.  The finest small hobby farm  in area. 2 level acres, smart 3  bdrm. home features spacious  living room with fireplace and  lge. picture windows, W-W  carpets. All elect, kitchen with  adjoining dining room. 2 guest  cabins matches house and  garage finish. 2 horse barn,  corral etc. Attractive terms on  $30,000.  GIBSONS: Priced for quick  sale is this attractive 2 bdrm.  full bsmt. home. View living  room, bright kitchen, also lge.  bright utility. Finished room  in bsmt. Workshop and storage, A-oil heat. Grounds are  beautifully landscaped and  with a neat vegetable patch,  fruit trees, Concrete walks in.  Carport, Attractive terms on  $14,500.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  4272-19  basament,   view   home.   Auto-  oil furnace. $16,500.  Several Fine Waterfront  Properties.  NOR WEST BAY ��� Half  ac*e of waterfront where the  fishing is great. 3 bedroom  cottage with stone fireplace,  Hydro, and lots of water.  $7,000 down.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach oh coast.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots   on  water    system.    Going    fast,  choice of eight. Now $2950.00.  Terms.  SELMA PARK ��� Lovely  view lot with older 2 bedroom  home. Bird sanctuary with  enclosures. Imported birds.  Take all for $17,500 cash. Also  2 bedroom home on large view  lot at $15,500 cash.  Davis Bay ��� Selma Park  View lots, 2-66' x 180* lots,  both for $9200.  KEATS ISLAND ��� 100'  Watefront lot on Collingwood  Road. Piped water and Hydro  serve next lot. $7,500.  SIVER SANDS ��� View lot  on highway 101 and Bryan Rd.  Water and Hydro by. $1,500  down or $3,300 cash.  SANDY HOOK ��� Waterfront lot with southern exposure. $8,800 cash.  ,   Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hadden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Sechelt, B.C.  4225-tfn  GIBSONS VILLAGE���Bright  well situated TWO BED RM.  home. A soundly built house  12--13 years old. NO WATER  RATES, has its own spring  water. NO POLLUTION  HERE. Basement, A-0 furnace, A-E hot water, Laundry  tubs, Driveway. Full Price  $16,500. OFFERS and TERMS.  Investigate this offering, it is  realistically priced!  PAYNE ROAD ��� We offer  31.39 Acres of good level land,  with year round stream  through. 12 Acres of. well  grassed meadow. Balance is  pasture and readily cleared  Alder Bottom. The only large  block of acreage, suitable for  subdivision or other development that is less than two  miles from Gibsons village  center. Full price $38,000 on  terms.  M.L.S.  ROBERTS CREEK: 220'  WATERFRONTAGE, approx.  4 acres, landscaped, with garden & fish ponds. Spectacular  unfinished home with shake  roof, double F.P., sky light  and wiring completed. Also  furnished cottage and workshop. Terms arranged on  $55,000, or a real buy for cash  ���only $48,000. SEE THE  SCALE MODEL OF HOUSE  AT OUR OFFICE.  Granhams: Must sell! Consider $3,000 to $5,000 down on  full price of $16,500 for plea-  SUITE or house. Gibsons-Se-  chelt area for $100 mo. or  less. Wanted - by permanent  tenant commencing April 1. Ph.  885-9306. 4172-19  YOUNG woman (21) & baby  desire furnished --house on  Sunshine Coast for 'several  months. Willing to pay $75  mo. Need electricity & running  water. Small house or cabin  preferable. Apply Margaret  Webb, Johnson's Landing,  B.C. 4206-19  SMALL   c'abih  or  house  for  July   and   August.   Phone  collect 392-5629. 4265-19  FOR RENT  R1TZ Motel���Ratfeg by clay,  week, month. Commercial  crew rates. Full housekeeping.  Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons, B.C. 3559-tfn  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  3   BEDROOM house. Roberts  Creek. $100 month. Ph. 926-  1024. 4255-19  CENTRALLY located furnished suite. Private entrance,  light & heat include. Suitable  quiet working gentleman.  886-7267. , 4204-19  ''������*-���  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. Private entrance  Warm & clean, Selma Park.  Working gent only. Ph. 885-  9535. , 4210-tfn  1    BDRM    unfurnished    apt.  fridge, carpet & stove. Available April 1st. $75 mo. Ph.  885-2862. .*���-. 4198-tfn  WORK WANTED  FULL or part time work wtd.  .with   mason   or   carpenter.  Ph. 886-2377. 4236-19  .VINSON  A. R.SIMPK.NS  Box 517, Davis Bay Road.  Sechelt. 885-2132.  Specializing in:  FIREPLACES  STONE WALLS  BLOCK BUILDINGS  4182-tfn  000-2098  81)0-2035  Richard F, Kennett  Notary Public*  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real E(itiit..> & In.surnnvis  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gil-.tons, PC,  Phone 80(1-2401  -1274-10  PE  0^-^*^**1" \-�� <j -  WATERFRONT LOTS  Nowhoro on the Peninsula will you  find two mora  beautifully situated  TOP QUALITY WATERFRONT LOTS,  Just off tho Sunshine Coast Highway, surrounded by  ^lall trees of o seven acre park estate^ only four miles  from Sechelt. Both lots are 195 feet deep and each  has 100 feet of safe gentle sloping beach. All services available and included in price each of $16,750,  First time-offered, so hurry for first choice, Small discount for ct*.sh. To view call owner at 733-2586 or  ( FtF^a.       Z    -   ****���        , I a-       ^ a"   *     t.  -. .at  ��.d * t   ���. "a.*,, aa, f(f,,  ,v  \ 'T.���"' t"7i^:i77fXf>xct  '*'" ���   "~!*--a ,-���'. sc��:j  lt7lf A   ,11<��)*-.B^    vT   I   ^V!****   1     }   ��*   '    "\     *>* '* "-������ tet .      ���>��� f, *    **       , ^ '  885-9722.  %****#!.  BEAUTIFUL 2Vji ACRE WILLIAM ISLAND  At   lrvlno'��   Landing   In   Pondor   Horl-onr.   1,400   ft,   waUrfront,  ���haltoriMl, drlll-xl  woll.  Full  prlco  $35,000  wllh   $10,000 down.  99 ft, wotcrfront lot nt Madeira Pork,  9fi ft, waterfront lot at fori Covo,  131 It. waterfront lot at Modnlra Pork.  ("xccllcnt motfil or trailer park sltci, 4 octni acrrm Highway   101  from Pender HorlxHir Hotel at Madeira Park.  23 lorgo view lots in Madeira Park and Foil Cove,  Trim'* ovoilable on obovc propcrtlri,  OLLl SLADEY  sant vic\vr home on au ffr~totr  12x24 ft. living rm. has big  Roman tile fireplace, compact  kitchen, one. bedroom, util. &  large extra room which could  be bedroom or?.Garage, workshop, and landscaping. Good  terms.  Gibsons: Large level lot,  handy to shopping and schools,  with bright two-bedroom  home, attached carport. Furnished and ready to occupy.  $12,000 cash.  Country lot, 69.5x217, low  tax area: $2,800.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  #  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Boan-  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  LISTINGS WANTED  Do Wortman  Vince Prewer  Lorrie Girard  886-239$  886-9359  886-7760  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  4271-19  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   ahd  Repaired  Professionally  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4226-tfn  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE TIMES   ADBRIEFS  Madeira Park, B.C. ��� Phono 883-2233  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  For Our Representative Call Mr. Good Collect 263-4993 (24 hours)  or Buiincss 736-5933; or ask our Mobllo Office to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  REVENUE SECHELT  Located on level beoch wotcrfront; your round income retirement  or? Four suites; down payment firm ot $5500 or your property  considered in trade, Shows ovor $2000 per annum. See this with  me now, Mr, Good, 263-4993.  PENDER HARBOUR  Located overlooking  Garden  Bay West and  Southern exposure  just off tho hiahway with eight average slxo lots, can bo subdivided,  $20,000 down or your property In  trade.   Ideal  retirement, Mr. Good, 263-4993.  SMALL R"EfiREMENf HOMe7 BRAND NEW  Located at Selma Park, all services, near beach Davis Bay and  short walk lo Sechelt. F.P,  $14,750, See It ovor thc weekend.  Two waterfront on France Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  each. Also 50 acres from $45,000,  $2,450 at Garden Bay Lake, see signs, Or from  $3,950,   10%  down at Selma Park near water, |ust off highway before Sechelt.  WATERFRONT  Two desirable lots at Secholt  $9,250. Low down payment.  HOMES  Summer or Perm, residence Halfmoon Bay/Garden Boy, Pender  Harbour, split level $16,900. Larger modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' ncor Hopkins, l.ondlng, Howo Sound, about $25,000 will  handle, Will never be repealed, As a prestige waterfront residence.  Over 5 bedrooms and guest accommodation,  lorgo grounds,  Retirement   special  ot   Madeira  Park.  Modern homo  plus  eight  lots to tell off at a subdivision. $20,000 handles.  2 octet with 2 bdrm, home on Hivy. 4 miles Sechelt nlde of Madeira Park turnoff. Only $6600 with $1600 down.   ,  COMMERCIAL  Tho c��ntro of tho Peninsula 300' near nervlces; avalloblo for a  motel/hot��!, complex (subject to jonlng ond licenses, never again  at   $68,000.   Also   tho  only   LadlesVChlldren'i   Wear,   Toggery,  Special Listing,  Commercial Business and Lorgo Acreages, Phono mo, Mr, Good  263-4993, 24 lirv I re|>r��",��*nt in your orr*n with Block Bros,  fteolty Ltd., lho loigttM In lho West, And I ran a realtor and a  -membor-i of the Industrial, Commercial rind Investm.'nt Division  of tho greater Voncouv-v R<*ol f stolo Board.  FOR'THE  SUNSHINE COAST,  PHONE   ME  AND  LIST  YOUR  PROPERTY���WC SELL!  2693  Gronv'ttle  Sr,,   YOTKOtirer.   A*��k   for  Mr,  Go��xl   26J-4993,  ' 24 hour*,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  WATERFRONT No. 1528  Lovely 2 br. home in Redrooffs, 189' of good beach, 2-V& acres  of ground extensively landscaped; fully wired shop and 4 car  garage. Honsrnral-hmoder-Ty^ outo. oil Jurnace;  covered glass summer house and barDsf.que; sloping path to beach.  Nice summer cottage on the beach; a very good buy at $59,000.  Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.        VIEW SELMA PARK     ~'           " No. 1517  Lovely 4 br. home on large view lot located one block off Highway  101 in Selma Park; all services in cosy tip-keep on landscaped  grounds; full basement. F.P. $28,000 with $10,000 down. Coll  Stan Anderson, 885-2385.   3 VIEW LOTS No. 1515  Located on village water supply, these lots have the best view in  the area. All lots are partially cleared. F.P. $4350 with $1000  down and $65 per month. Coll Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  SELMA PARK No. 1468  Nice little 2 br. home in Selma Pork; easy up-keep on this house  and grounds. Village water supply, fully wired for 220 V. auto,  propone furnoce and hot water; also propane range with house.  F.P. $10,000 with $3800 down. Coll Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  DAVIS BAY '. ~ No. 1513  Fully serviced view lot in Davis Bay all cleared and ready for"  YOUR HOUSE; a full uncluttered view of Trail  Islands and surrounding country. Easy terms of $1500 down, and $75 per month.  F.P. $4800. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  WEST SECHELT No. 1511  2 beautifully treed view lots located on 101 just within the Village  of Sechelt boundaries, all services available:- These lots are lh  acre each and the most reasonably priced view lots on the market  at only $4200 each. Coll Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  VIEW DAVIS BAY No. 1471  Cleared fully serviced lot on Arbutus Drive in Dovis Boy; lovely  view of Georgia Strait. Easy to erect your home on this street;  level lot; school, market, and beach within easy walking distance  with a playground nearby. Reasonably priced ot $5000. Call  Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  REDROOFFS No. 1475  Own your own acre of parklike,, treed property in Redrooffs. This  lot is on Redrooffs water supply with access to beach just across  the road; a good view of the ocean. $5000 F.P. with $1500  down, ond $75 per month. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  WEST SECHELT ' No. 118IR  Over an acre of property with well built full basement home.  Has 9���Yes 9 bedrooms, iarge living room and dining room areas.  Excellent for the very large family or could be Boarding Home.  $10,000 down. For details call Bob Kent, 885-9461.  SECHELT VILLAGE \ No. 1425  $2000 F.P. Residential lot on quiet road in heart, of Sechelt. Call  Bob Kent, 885-9461.  SERGEANT BAY No. 1341  Down payments as low as $550, balonco $50 per month for the  large wooded lots, close to excellent fishing area.  PORPOISE BAY ~~ No. 1171R  Two level lots closo to Gvnt. Wharf, each 75' sea frontage x 163'  depth. Call Bob Kent, 885-9461.  DAVIS BAY VIEW^      ' No. 1526  New Post and Beam; 2 bedrooms, built-in range and oven, dining  room, auto, oil heat, carport, fireplace, w/w carpets, and large  treed  lot.   $23,900 F.P.  Call J,  Anderson,  885-2053.  500' WATERFRONT No. 1288R  Silver Sands area on Pender Harbour water supply; ideal for subdivision, $22,000 F.P, Coll J, Anderson, 885-2053.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE ~ No. 1340  6.5 ocres view property plus cozy home with large attached gorago  and utility close to beoch and store. $15,950 terms. Call J.  Anderson, 885-2053,  TROUT LAKE ACREAGE No, 1307  21.29 acres with over 4000' highway front, A real Investment,  $27,500 tcims, Coll J, Anderson,  885-2053.  INVESTMENT PROPERTY No. 1I50R  20 cleared acres on village water, plus coxy home and large hoy  barn. Ideal for subdivision. $45,000 F.P., easy terms, Call )'.  Anderson, 885-2053.  GIBSONS RURAL ~'"~ ~" No,  1473  Retirement in co-ty ono bedroom homo on lovol lot; quid street.  Try your cash offer on $1 1,000 F.P. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463,  GIBSONS RURAL  T No,  1447  A year old 2 bedroon-yhome, all -.orvlces; flrcploco, south exposure.  A real borgaln at $14,000, some cosh discount, Call Peter Smith,  885-9463.  GIBSONS RURAL No.  1279  23 acres prime, cleared ocres, gentle south slope, good water,  Includes 2 revenue homes ond outbuildings, 10 minutes to Gibsons,  $15,000 down on F,P, of  $45,000, Call Peter Smith, 885-9463,  MISSION POINT No. 1050- 1368  Waterfront ond t-.*ml��� wllh coltOQ-r. ond homes, flol beach, $4900  to $9600. Call Peter Smllh, 88!i-9463,  SELMA PARK No.  |5|9  ? bedroom basement, view lot, A oenulne bargain ot $12,900  with $8500 down, Coll Pelor Smith, 8859463,  SELMA PARK     "" " No    |522  2 bedroom, beautifully decorated, concrete foundations. Low cost  srwclol at SIJ.200 with $9000 down Coll Peter Smith, 885-9463.  SrCH('lT* VILLAGE "   " No   1238  A;l solid home,- 1500 sq, ft, hardwood floors, full bn'.cmcnt,  Woler vlow, 2 lorgo lovol lots, Half cosh on I" P, of $25 000 No  other to match this offer. Call Peter Smith, 005-9463.  WEST SECHELT    " "  No   ,39|  Prime 100' waterfront lots, 7 only available'   wo hove a "m'-ocIoI"  no-f^af-. ,hOT0 '��r �� "ml,,"'��� r"r|fKl- r"r ������'�����"���������' coM P-��l��-�� Smith.  005-9463,  Plf)l[-rK HARBOUR "      " No   ,476  I0I1' waterfront, deer, moorage ond ,lontv 3.13 nCITS, oiid fur-  nlUicrt hnme. Just mow In, $20,000 down, r.P. $35,000. for de-  tolls roll Prter Smllh, 005-9463.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Dox  155, Secholt  Secholt 0B5-2235 Qb5ons 0B6-70I5 ^M.nhwA^.1^11^  WORK WANTED (Cont.)       CARS & TRUCKS  mmir*mmam*m��  BOATS & ENGINES (ConO    FOR SALE (Continued)  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-tfn  HEAVY" duty  886-2897.  rotovator.   Ph.  4017-tfn  FEMALE, 24, looking for permanent part-time employment in Gibsons, Sechelt,  area. Several years office experience. Some waitressing &  clerking.   886-7158   Wendy.  4262-19  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. AH work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU    require   part-time  bookrkeeping,      statements,  balance    sheets.  Personal   in-  cbine tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.  4127-tfn  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing in paper hanging,  interior & exterior decorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  - Phone 885-9715 after 4 p.m.  4252-tfn  HiELP^WANTED^  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Naida Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Sechelt, B.C.  2910-tfn  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  Contact plant before picking.  Located   at  Roberts  Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  3457-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park, B.C.  ,Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  HUCK 32c. BOXWOOD 32c.  CEDAR  Contact plant before picking."  Located 1st house north of  Pender Harbour Hotel.  Phone 883-2265  4079-tfn  WANTED  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact"-J. M.  Hayes at Sechelt,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-tfn  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender   Harbour area.   Call  Sechelt Agencies Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  CASH for portable type saw  mill in good working order.  Pender Harbour ��� Egmont  area. Kenneth N. Nelson. Ek-  mont P.O. 4238-21  FOUND  1965    FORD    Anglia    Station  wagon for sale $700. Write  Box   3928,   -Peninsula   Times,  Sechelt. 3928-tfn  1967   Datsun   pick-up   truck,  26,000   miles.   With   Galaxie  camper.    Excellent   condition.  $1,750.   883-2063. 4267-19  306���350   HP   '67   Chovelle   2  dr.   HT.   Immaculate   28,000  miles.    Offers.   Ph.    883-2444.  Gordie. 4250-21  1961 Ford, 292 V.-8, automatic  transmission, complete. Reasonable.    Phone    885-9927    or  885-9007. 4275-19  PRIVATE: '64 Olds hardtop.  ' Elec. windows & seat. Power brakes & steering. Ex. condition. $1750. Ph. 885-9630.  4239-tfn  WILL trade my Mercury V--3  V-j ton L&W, camber, 47,000  guaranteed miles, one owner,  for small car or will pay cash.  Phone 885-2015. 4279-19  1965 F-85 (6) De Luxe Olds,  automatic, radio, excellent  condition. $1100. Also-9 ft. x  12 ft. tent, double sleeping  bag, umbrella tent, $50. Phone  885-9792. . 4278--22  EQUIPMENT  10'   CARVEL   built   boat.   5*  beam. Easthope 2 hp engine.  Build by Cold'Harbour Shipyards. 885-9712. 4168-19  jj,   FOR SALE 5V.. HP outboard.  Seagull motor. $125. 885-9457.  4268-19  14 FT. boat, trailer & 7% HP-a  motor   for  sale,   $400   cash.  Ph.  885-2024. 4256-21  FAST 28 FT. semi deep V  hardtop, 10 ft. beam. Double  diagonal planked hull. Fibre-  glassed inside & out. 6 ply on  bottom. All underwater gear  stainless. 280 Chrysler marine  engine. 12 FT. open deck.-  Bunks, head, ideal for charter  boat. $7200. Ph. 883-2318.  ,4257-20  18   FT., sloop   complete  with  "running   gear.   $850.   Phone  Sim electric, 885-2062. 4245-21  PETS  REG'D   female Afgan   hound.  Champion stock.  11  months  "old,   $250.   Write   D.   Poirier,  RRl Gibsons, B.C. 4235-19  GOOD home with kind people  " wanted, for samoyed male  dog 1% years old. Fond of  children. Ph. 883-2365.  4253-19  CAMPER   Car.   1959   Chevy. *  Good   condition.   $450.   Ph.  886-7459. ''"' 4261-21  GERARD    Heintzman    piano  for sale. Phone 885-2068.  4242-19  FIR 2.\4 S4S long lengths ���  some plywood sneets ���  quantity 3A shiplap & boards,  all for $475. Propane horizontal tank. 30 in x approx. 8 ft.  ��� suitable business or house,  $225. Phone 386-9548 Gibsons  or TR4-2473 Vancouver.  4251-19  BOSER CEDAR PRODUCTS  SHAKES AND  SHINGLES  For local sales call in at  Wilson Creek MilL  Phone  886-9697  4156-tfn  ���j ..f-WMII q0^^H^Uim^mmtm  IfflMf  LEGAL  opy  TD9  opy  Int.  TD5  opy   -.'  420 Case Gas  THIS WEEK'S AS IS  SPECIALS   Track-DOZERS   HG Oliver Gas,  Winch Canopy    ,.    $1,350.00  D4    Cat    Dsl.    Winch    Can-     $1,850.00  Int.   Di>l.   Winch   Can-  7 .:,  $1,400.00  Track LOADERS  Dsl.   Winch   Can-     $2,750.00  ..... $2,900.00  WHEEL LOADERS HOE  B250 Int. Dsl.  $1,750.00  Ford 600 Gas  $2,350.00  Plus 15 Good Used  John Deere Crawler Tractor  Dozers & Loaders  Pardee Equipment. Limited  YOUR JOHN DEERE  DEALER  1211 Great Northern Way,  Vancouver 12, B.C.  879-9421 Days  Phone Collect Eves. 988-9715  4234-19  BOATS & ENGINES  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  OMC SERVICENTRE  Phone 883-2266  FOR SALE  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.   8893-tfn-  BUY   your   trash , incinerator  from   Sechelt   Kinsmen   at  $3.50 each. Phone 885-9542.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  FOUND  dinghy.  March     30,     8     ft  Ph,   738-1263.  ���1247-1 i)  90 h.p. Johnson, el.  90 *h.p. Evinrude, el.  55 h.p. Evinrude, el.  50 h.p. Evinrude, el.  50  h.p.  Viking,  el. *  45 h.p, McCulloch, el.  40 h.p. Evinrude, el. '08  40 h.p. Evinrude Man, '69  40 h.p. Evinrude Man. *68  35 h.p.  Evinrude '60  35 h.p. Johnson '59  33 h.p. Evinrude '68  33 h.p. Evinrude *65  20 h.p. Johnson 'CO  18 h.p.  Evinrude '68  10 h.p. Johnson '63  9.5 h.p. Evinrude, new  3 h.p, Evinrude '65  ��� Includes controls.  625  595  750  395  425  450  525  500  495  225  190  395  295  245  305  150  410  95  4269-19  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Ph. 886-9959, 4203-tfn  CHINCHILLAS. A number of  surplus breeding animals offered at approximately pelt  prices. For information. Phone  Jack Nelson 885-9558. 4183-19  12 HP Gibsons garden tractor.  Ph. 885-9978. 4213-20  KAWAI   piano   &   bench   for  sale. Phone 886-7094.  4233-21  19613     YAMAHA    100    twin.  Good shape,  $150.  Ph.  886-  7127. 4249-19  BED, chesterfield with rocking  chair to match. Good condition, $50. Ph. 885-9491.  4240-19  TWO for the price of one ���  Clear out of toys at C&S  Sales,    Sechelt.    Phone    885-  9713. 4260-20  MANUAL Underwood ������ Olivetti adding machine, good  condition, $50. Phone 885-2343  between 9:30 & 3:30. Evenings  885-9460. 4246-tfn  FOR SALE: Full-size Hide-abed chesterfield, turquoise  $100; Refrigerator, $50; Vanity, with mirror and bench $25;  Portable washing machine,  $25; Bookcase $5; Tent, palmetto $10; Sealers, assorted  sizes $2; 2 winter tires, 7:50x  14, $8. Ph. 886-2985 after 5  o'clock. 4263-19  FREEZER, $65. 3 burner gas  ��� stove $25. Utility trailer $20.  Ph.  883-2310. 4258-19  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 880-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  Notice of Intention to  Apply  lo Lease Land   In Land i-ecordihg District  of New Westniinster and situate vicinity North Lake.  Take notice that Joseph El-  den McKay of 2765 Davies  Ave., Port. Coq., occupation  mechanic intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 700' from N.W. corner  of Lot 7000 Group 1 N.W.D.;  thence 100' N.W.; thence 300'  S.W.; thence 100' S.E.; thence  300' N.E. and conlaainirig %  acres more or less. "The purpose for which the lease is required is summer home.  J. E. McKay  Dated Feb. 21, 1970.  4163-pub. March 25, April  1,  8, 15, 1970  TENDERS  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS,  FORESTS,  AND WATER  RESOURCES  TIMBER SALE No. A 02290  Advertisement  Sealed tenders will be received by the District Forester  at Vancouver, B.C;, not later  than 11.00 a.m. on the 4th day  of May, 1970, for the purchase  of Licence No. A 02290, to cut  548,000 cubic feet of Hemlock,  Cypress, Fir, Balsam & Cedar  on an. area situated south of  Lyon Lake, Sechelt Peninsula,  New Westminster Land District.  Five (5) years will be' allowed for removal of *timber. As  this area is within -the Quadra  P.S.Y.U., which is fully committed, this sale will be awarded under the provisions of  section 17 (la) of the Forest  Act, which gives the timber-  sale applicant certain privileges.  Further particulars may be  obtained from the District  Forester, 031 Marine Building,  Vancouver 1. B.C., or the Forest Ranger, P.O. Box 69, .Sechelt, B.C.  4219-pub.  April  1, 8, 15, 22  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, D.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvico 111.9 a.m.  "    PHONE 805-9665  All We/come  ^Va-^N^F-a.^-.-trf-^fA^^  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10.00 a.m.  Church Sorvico ��� 11 (15 a.m.  Evonlnq Sorvico 7|30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELLS  Pavii Day Rood and Arbutut  (2 blocta up ,rom Highway!  NOTICE  Finol service by  REV. B. JENKS  at  St.  Hilda's Anglican Church  this SUNDAY, APRIL 12th  HOLY COMMUNION FOR THE  WHOLE AREA WILL Bf:  AT  1! ;00 A.M.  Usual Sunday Service  nt BOO o,m.  Church School  as us.ua  9:30 a.m.  ">-,/���"  SECHELT AGENCIES PATE i?A��>  ��� This freo reminder of coming events Is a servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times diroct for frco listings, specifying "Data  Pod", Please note that spoco is limited and somo advance dates may  havo to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  tf'/'-/!flr'-i"aW^^  April  9 ��� 2 p.m,   Si,   initio's Church  Holl, Secholt  Hoipllol  Anxlllory  Mccllng.  April  10���2-4 p.m. H.-otth Ccntro Gibson*., O.A.P.O. Branch 3(1 Sprlnrj  Tea, ProcoeiK tor Sr, Housinq Project,  April II���2-8 p.m. St, Hilda's Hall, Sechelt Garden Club Flower Show  and Art Display, Tea ond Plant Salo.  April 12���2 p.m, Madeira Park Community Hall, South Pender Harbour  WotorworKs Annual General  Meetlno.,  April  13���7:30 p.m. Port Mellon Community, Holl, Port Mellon Hcnp,  Aux, Sprint) Fo-shlon Show,  April   14���2-4 p.nv Wilson Crunk Community Holl. St. John'!. United  Church, Sprino Tea ond Dako Sale,  April   16���1:30 p.m.  Senior Cltli-enn Association  Branch ft9  mooting  In Sechelt Leolon Holl,  April  27���fl  p.m.   Sechelt   l.oo.nn  Hall,  Annual   Meeting   Bt,   Mary'i.  Hospital Society,  ASK  FOR tPRM CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  Multiple Listing Servlca  Vancouver Real Citato  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Secholt 005-2235  24 HOURS  Gibsons 886-7015  ^..���^j.-lj ^rtj3KKk,*t*(le*.-ji  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture  Store and Restaurant- Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beoch Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.   Phone 886-2551   PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.R. 1/ Sechelt, B.C.   MICKIE'S BOUTIQUE  Specializing in\ Permanent Florals  Sechc!?, B.C. Phone 885-2339  In the Benner Block  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A CaU-  FREE ESTIMATES   CONTROLLED BLASTING   ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour ��*��� 883-2403  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX. CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  t-  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Grandvicw Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Wan Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  .       At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Re��. 886-9956, 886-9326  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell; Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Serylce.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414   pi-mimi*-.!. .mi ^ ���  f mi������ �����������-������������  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Bcningcr  Box 14, Sccchlt, B.C. - Ph. 805-2355  JOHN'S WOODWORKING  China and Kitchen Cabinets,  Bookcases, Coffee Tables, etc.  Free Estimates.  Box  169, Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-7211, ask for John.  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furnituro Rccovory a Specialty  Pino lino of fobrlcs,  Samples brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AUfllN  Tol. 885-9575 - Davis Day  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTCRIOR  Free Estimates  Phono 005-2375 after 5 p.m.  Box  593, Sechelt,  B.C.  GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CrMr.NT WORK  Albert Ronnbcrg 006-2996  or Norman Coatcs 086-2403  J. G. REPAIRS  All small air cooler) motors repaired.  Smr  filing,   -awn  mowers   'Jiarpcnod.  Reasonable  rote.  AH repairs guaranteed,  Phono 006-9959 after 4:00 p.m.  or weekends.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-lCM5c STORE  j*  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from -Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIDSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest -  Ten years to pay  Complote lino of appliances  For free ���esttmato--Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' ana* Children's Wear'  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows ������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  \ Heavy Equipment Moving & Lon Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  " Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2813  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C&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.  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  ,, DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to envwhera In Canada.  Ganoral Freight. Low-bed and hoavy haullnQ.  ,ANADIAN  |jf ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Wator  FREE ESTIMATbS  Phono 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, D.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Contra  Gibsons, B.C.  Office 886-2481 Ros. 886-2131  ROY 8, WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marino Building - Porpoise Bay  Secholt, B.C.  005-2332 or ZEnlth 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marino Sorvico  Dealer for Evlnrudo,  O.M.C. Stern Drivo  Lawn Uoy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thcrmoglass  and Pioncor Chain Saw Dcalor  Phono 083-2266  WORK WANTED  Rntotllling - Lowns orwl Londiroplnfj  Carpentry . Pliimblnu - Septic "lank**.  I oti, rlcoroil of -lebrl*. or any |<>l>  No Job T<k> Small and Seldom Too Ul.j.  Phono 085-9418  William S. Doolcy, R.R. 1. Sechelt, D.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsoil  Fill - Drain Rocks - Scwcrr.  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, D.C.  Phona 003-2265 or 883-2721  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefirting  Steamfitting, -* Hot. Water* H?ating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S^fVEAR   "  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headquaters fpr G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currio - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  TASELLA SHOPPg  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sechelr to Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  ERNIE WIDMAN  , for all your  L.SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential, Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Specializing in Electric HeaT  Phone 886-7244  COAST BACK HOE AND TRUCK LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for Sale  Phone 883-2274  Box 89 - Madeira Parte, B.C.  John DoKlccr  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Davis Bay, B.C. - Phono 885-2050  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Crcok  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - TRUIT TRUES  Ui RRY PLANTS - BrDDING PLANTS  rrRTiLizr.R. itat moss  Phone 886-2684  Welcome to the Floorshino Coast  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Spreinlhfs In Cleaning - Tloor Waxlnfl  Spray UuMing . Window Clconlnrj  RrASONAHLl'  RATrS  KFN C, STRANGE  Phono 886-7131  - Gibsons,  B.C.  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Archltrrtural Drtlgncr* - General Contractor!  Residential and Commercial  Phona 005-2013, St.cl.ctr,  or Vonrouvrr, 732-9196  ai f x roi.cY or c.ror.c.r. ardlhy  SECHELT GARDEN CENTRE  A Complote Selection  "for oil your Gordon onrl  Patio nceck,  Cowrie Street, Secholt - Ph. 005-9711  5  rstf.  .I,.*'  :,*.'  -.<*,:*>���.  : .*.*���  ���*".,-  ���-  " �����-��. ava>V<��laFF%��-t��-Va->,F��Va.  "a*   7F*a."-.F*-aRFS,^  "a-F- *****!,,.    '  ^"FJl^^vf,  'V^FFFil'-WFftTaati.^fcafhi*^,^ &W0(J. u^lftF*��.^a^la.,fa,a!  ���*,��   laaFa.   r.  a .-. *-      a     ^   , ^  , *   r~~K>, a,  ,��.'   ���   ������--��  ��f"a! "��''-'.Ci arvK--  LyS-A'-'V*'��-'yV^  ���| . ......   a.   %.    v ~    .  ,.   ^aa.a,a.VV.F.>^��v*.a_F ,      ,.   *T V    .     V ���    .."...aaVaa. .. ^\FF.a>%a.*4*a,-^VV,Vvv,,S>,.v^Va-'��F.-a.'*,.'*--,.FaaF-*a.*-*Vaa. V   F   F   t   ...   1   ..   F   ...    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"Wheeler, Editor -  iitinimininri i-~   ';  WHAT amounted to little more than far   more   informed   overall   than   the  ";i     nrrogant nonsence, came to our news average person because it is the job of  -  desk  last  week  disguised  as  a  news a newsman to probe much deeper be-  7 item  which, needles to say, failed   to hind thc scenes. Therefore,  an ethical  I find its way into print. newsman will, naturally    refrain    from  Written by a person who is obviously giving, often badly needed, publicity  II completely ignorant of our major in- organizations when he knows news  I dustry, logging, the unsuccessful contri- leases contain far greater implication  1 bution referred to slash burning as than membership is awiCje.  *���' "sport of the logging fraternity". A nee- We seem to live in times when elected  :��' cssary chore the logging operators are officials and bodies are not sufficient.  . compelled tb carry out by ia\k Reason, Everyone including the kitchen sink  ���? of course, is to make sure the woods vvishes to get into the act. Wc have far  1 after logging are left cleaned up,for re- greater local government than ever be-  ?*���' planting purposes f��re- These are assisted by various semi-  1        Usually slash burning is carried out off^l f accepted organteadons such  i many miles from built 5p communities �� Chambers of Commerce. Rod and Gun  I and therefore would hardly be  looked Clubs   play  their  part  regarding con-  I upon as a pollutant bv the average per- *c.rvat.,on aJ!d;to some extent pollution.  V son. Indeed, to many of us the smell of We have Ratepayers Associations, 1m-  l.burning  pine wood   has always   been Pavements  Ditsricts,  Community   As-  f. looked upon as something pleasant. There sociations etc. These arc still insufficient  It arc times when thc burn-nip Cets some- and �� number of groups and subgroups  ���f what out of control but this again is are becoming increasingly prevalent and  .'��� not a^pollution problem. although most of them spring from good  _. r r . *��� f     .. intent, .hev also provide a springboard  ,:���        There is very good reason for the f     buddin-     d| ^    with cractepot  ^r~current-concern~regarding"poHution-"anaV -j.:i u:���r ���  :���.>. contamination and as a result of resit ponsible groups registering official protests there remains little doubt a cleaner  ���   country,   will   ultimately   evolve.   Unfortunately, as wc have frequently stated,  far too many well intentioned organisa-  I tions have been sabotaged by an influx  ;'. of the wronn element. Namclv the en-  HEAPEST WAY  To upgrade your house is to lift and put it on a concrete'and block wall  foundation.  *,  FOR DETAILS CONSULT  REGIONAL DISTRICT OFFICE  . For Estimate Consult  A. M. SIMPKINS  Box 517 Sechelt - Davis Bay Road - Phone 885-2132  thusiastic but misled idealists who speak the mQment somconc Hghts a malch then  with  no conception of reality,  or the that organisation faces a speedy demise,  leftist trouble  makers who  are   rather Thc forest indu       m one .        and  more dedicated to anarchy than public anothcr provides very many pay packets  ��ood- It maintains existence of our pulp mills,  These letter types arc usually both jt provides thc homes we live in and  loquacious and persuasive and frequently sucn mundane items as the books and  succeed-in gathering around them a publications wc read and the paper upon  group of ardent supporters. Consequence which some individuals like to register  is that in short time a well intentioned frCqUCnt protests. Like any other larce  group cither collapses or slips into dis- industry it has to comply with a multi-  repute as a trouble making body, re- tude of rules and regulations, including  suiting in many responsible persons hav- ponution control. To make an issue  ing their names placed in jeopardy. 0f siasn burning, wc would suggest calls  Generally speaking, a newspaper is for really scraping the barrel for a source  a responsible organ and, on the whole, of protest material.  aa%J��.BIIl   tlll��#WH   IlllStli��!0   ��11FV��  ATTITUDE of the Provincial  Govern- indicated, his department was  unaware  ment to the Sunshine Coast obviously of any such promise,  remains  considerably  less  than  casual The -rjnies later discussed this de-  despite  assurances at each  and  every vclopmcnt with our MLA Hon. Isabel  election that our importance is realized Dawson and was told that the construc-  and a fair shake of the brush will be ours tion  would come   under  thc  Premiers  once   we    re-elect   the  Social   Credit Budget as Finance Minister and conse-  Government. quently Mr.  Black would be  unaware  We  arc, by  no  means,   about   to 0f tnc situation at that time,  change our views in respect to thc desir  philosophies.  To return to pollution control; while  agreeing that pressure has to be applied Mountain fresh  in orderto rectify what is, in some areas Splashing its way 0ver rocky out-    resting place on the slopes overlook  a saa situation   there is a limn to.how ��    hl^ above fcuby Lake, bubbl-    ing the long lake where trout fish-  extreme wo can get the other way. When ing^mo^ntain spring water rushes to    ing is good and  tranquility  reigns  a sincere organisation.becomes infiltrated jofn Killarney Crelk in the Pender    supreme                                   .  by   people who seek only  acclaim  as JHarbour   ar��    making  a  pleasant  vociferous charactors  ready  to  screech  ! "        r .   Not all of them, to be sure. But enough to point up the truth      **  that even under the best conditions, septic tanks accomplish  little in the way of decomposing offensive sewage.  Tho Cromaglass��� Single Home Aerobic Wastewater  Treatment System works as no septic tank can work:  ...traps and retains organic solids until  almost completely oxidized  ... effective in soil's with poor absorption  ... practically eliminates the possibility  of well contamination  ... satisfies most local regulations that  prohibit septic tanks  ...requires almost no maintenance  ... and is low in cost!  See us...end septic tank problems with the Cromaglass  System.-3  NORTHERN PURIFICATION  SERVICES LTD.  1520 W. Georgia. Vancouver. B.C. - Phone MU2-3764  i'ia'i-g*>0'*a'a.'^^  Sunshine Coast Dealer: STANDARD MOTORS, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9464  or HIGHLAND SEPTIC TANK SERVICE, Squamish, B.C.  Phone 892-8231  i  -  t��Saa;F*Bi,5o>a���5^^^  ^^iiiiimmmimmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  Strangely enough an ominous silence  has reined since both 'budgets were  announced to the house a few weeks  ago. To give Mrs. Dawson credit, she  is usually "extremely prompt with any  news release of specific importance to  this area but, to date, any announcement relating to reconstruction of our  abominable highway seems rather significantly overdue.  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W. Fletcher  i*:i-ri*rnvr.Ni:.ss  No mistier what your sibc, your yours exceed  The *.p.ni of life of million?, now lonp gone.  Some ilieil in birth, while some were Inter  freed  l-Yoni solving all of life's phenomenon,  were made pertaining to this area during    Whllc youlh        ||link (>f ,|c(l(h ns fnr n  the last campaign but of those actually    lhc cUler|   coun| cl|Ch ncw (|     .,   |ft.  ulcered,   the   most   notable  came   from     ,,... hk.M illllm, ,, |lc ,., W0lk or   ,  ���Premier ,W. AC. Bennett who climbed    Who lrci|Mirc!l monKn,N        , |n  |ci|m  upon the soapbox-and  repeated  assur- of thrift,  anccs by former Highways Minister Phil  Gaglardi that  Highway   101   will be  re-     '��>���" who cnn tell which moment is his Inst,  constructed, Mr. Gaglardi'., "elect Isabel      Though  plans  for  years  ahead   arc   overdue;  and I have no doubt you will get your     ���*���"���'���'*-" -������- ��*i*<-' ever can undo the past  road"   has   long-since   become   a   lame     Wl'"' belter time than now to start anew','  ability of this government. We still feel  it offers far more, at this time, than any  other party in thc Province. At the same  time either Liberals or Conservatives  could, with the right leadership, one  day make a come-back.  What we strongly object to is the  cavalier treatment we get in this particular area once the election is successfully concluded. Regardless of what  government holds office, it is extremely  doubtful whether thc situation would  change. They all specialize in election  promises that they often have little or  no hope of ever carrying out. Most of  us are well aware of this fact but tend  to cling to the vain hope that one day  perhaps a miracle will take place and  a promise will materialize,  To give  due  credit,   few  promises  joke.  This present hour consider as tin*  first  Of nil of life lo come, and make it count;  I-'or time rolls on and never Is reversed,  So wlinl  we do with  now is  paramount.  Mr. Bennett toured the Sunshine  Coast on behalf of Mrs. Dawson and  made his big statement in Powell River  at a well attended meeting. Reconstruction of Highway 101 would be included Inch thought, each deed, decisions thai  in (he next budget. Mrs. Dawson added we make  tllllt   the   Premier   makes   few   promises      Should emphitsi/e nn  tiiidoi-,tiiiidiiin .sense,  but when he does he keeps them. Though ilme is rdioit, do well for doing's sake  Well! bully for lite Premier ami Th.lt worthiness creates our moiumicnls,  like most other residents 'of the Sunshine Coast we look forward lo the  reconstruction vyliich should be commencing at any time, In theory anyway. 1 he only problem is that to-dalc  there has been,no mention of the project  to our knowledge in cither the Premier's  Finance budget, or that of the Highway  Minister.  Prior to the recent budget iiunounec-  inent.s, Ihe Sechell und District Chamber  of Commerce wrote Highways Minister  Black and sought assurances that reconstruction   was    garelled.    His   reply  lB��i6��i,,,B Corner  THE PENIN^UL/V^W���d.  Published Wednesdays nt Scchrtt  on n,C.'*i Sunshine Const  by '  Sci-ifi-li IVnliiMili* Times I td.  Ho* 310-Sechelt, ��,���.  Poutihn (7, Wheeler, Eitltar  S, ft. AUftmd, Publtnhee  Subscriptiorl Rates: (in ndvnncc)  I Year, 1.5 - 2 Yean, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. nnd Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area from Port Mellon to F.gmtmi  {Howe Sound to lervh Inlet)  LOVE  by Nick Dergnnch, Divn. 7. OX.  I.ovo In luivliifi MiMiorin.1  phone  you,  I.ovc Ii leiidliii! your bi'itl crayons,  Love In kliislui; your Mom i.ooiluli.lil,  l.ovo Is wrilliii: noli'ri to cim'Ii other In  .'icliool,  Love l*t r.cttlni* i.inrrlc.l to .loi.i.'ono you  love,  THC WIND  ��� by  G-norgl.. nhodes, Dlvr..  0. G.I".  The cuddly wind  CIoi-k tliroui.l.  ticiu  And ciKklU',1 in  l-lltl,*   places  An It lilow.*i.  Ai��iiiL snowi:n��  by   Dcnnnlo fin ml onto it Divn. G,  G.F.,  I'lltir Puller  Apiil ���shown..  KnIlliU!  from  Ihe i.ky  Like  Utile  diamond  dinrer.i  '���'iilliiili  to  Hit!  mound  ���*,*,i --(*��.,<r^A"} >'.<-, ��fi *;*'*�� a.*1" J  A Second Mortgago Loan to a maximum of $2,500 with interest lower than Federal N.H.A. first mortgage loans, is now  available for the purchase of an older home. If payments arc  made promptly, there will be an annual refund of up to 10%,  reducing the effective interest rate on a 25-year loan to lx/f/0.  To qualify:  1. You must have been a tenant occupying rented accommodation in British Columbia for not less than 2 years  immediately prcccdmy the date of purchase.  2. Date of purchase must be between April 1, 19/0 and  March 31, 1971.  All mortgages will be fully insured without extra charges - nor  aro there any application, legal or registration lees or charges.  Homo-owner Grants reduce property taxes  Once you have purchased ,111 older home, you become eligible  for the Homeowner ('rani of up to $160 annually - an import.ml factor in helping lo reduce the amount of your prop*  crty taxes.  for further information,  complete nnd mail tho coupon.  As an alternative to the Second Mortgage loan, you may receive an outright Acquisition Grant of $500 to be used on tho  purchase of an older home between April 1, 1970 and March  31, 1971.  Conditions arc as follows: t  1. You must have been a tenant occupying rented accommodation in British Columbia for not less than 2 years  immediately preceding tho date of purchase.  2. If you havo previously owned a house and received  Homeowner Grants, the total of these Homeowner  Grants must be deducted from lho $500 Acquisition  Giant. (There is no deduction of previously received  Home-owner Grants if you choose tho Second Mortgage  Loan,)  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  i  1  rrnvli.cl.il Administrator, Home-owner Asslstanco,  pppartmont of I manco,  I'.irlMiiK'iit lliiildlfi-.;-.,  Virion.1, Hrilisli Columbl.i  /'/cist* m'ik/ mn lull inlcttm.ition wllh rc.t).ird to the:  I   I ..etund Morln.M'.f' oil -��n older homo  I   I Acquisition Or.wit 011 011 older homo  Nome,  Addict  ���/"*,^  '( ,f'.rr: -7*  a  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Dll-'ARTMl-.NT.Or HNANCt  Hon, w. A. C. Ucnnetl. I'.C, I'remier ..nil Ministui ol I iiutuie   G.3. Uryson, Deputy Minister ol linanco  1  I  I  A    '���  1  \\  ...  H  a    '-'i  . J  t"        \  a j  . I 'AW       ,^     ^      V^ '' "'aj A'    iVa.     ^       *- ^ ' .'<-/"-.      V' -^"V^ -V S^a'r.--f. a^- *"'.       ,.     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WtW.M. ��������� -, ^������������/..'���.i-.-al, ��� A ,| i-m. ., u *-? ..���rt-.^.^-.X ^-a^ -^--J^ ..H ^���^"^^���J'^ tAj-jj,.- a ���^-���/���J - j-^r, ���j-,^ ^^���mjftf^^w>��tfttl,mijLJl Og ,[jtf -Jf-T-J- Aj-llj-\['  ^ V<. - ruy*-,*'ur-**Ir,-i>*^ - JI Y.I   Ur''jr'%'-^11U*--U^,a!  *** -�������������*���***����_ ,-      .      ��� ���     *    -V     _     V -,y-/**^-***������*����������*-l.*'*--', ~V    �� .        * W. *>   1*     0     *     *     + ~r     ^-r-,**.***,^-*--^-*^**^.^^^^*^,    S**'0-**1*****00>+a>**0*r.a>r*S4J*r,0SS+t+0<*S4*f*****4>*'**afat0      0'sS*>    7  7 7" T  UKt  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ^���^Wf-M  INVESTIGATING Committee for a Centennial '71 Project for .Electoral Area  B held a meeting at the home of Mrs.  Ralph Lynds at Welcome Beach,on April  2 and elected Mr. Wm. Fraser as Chairman and Mrs. Lynds as Secretary.  The Committee would be glad to receive suggestions, comments and opinions  from any residents of Area B, namely  the Halfmoon Bay; district up to and including Middle Point, and" West Sechelt.  Please telephone Keith Comyn (885-2378),  Wm. Fraser (885-2103), J. S. T-Williams  (885-2805) or Mrs. Lynds (885-9762). The  Committee plans to hold another meeting  at the Lynds'home on April 10th.  FILM SHOW  The film show at the Welcome Bead.  Hall on April-9th at 7:30 p.m. will be tjy  Courtesy of British Travel Association.  "Song of London" depicts the shops,  theatres, nightlife, restaurants, parks and  pubs ��� in fact, all the allure of the  world's greatest capital.   ...."Prince, in   the....Heather"Ltells_ the  romantic story of thcr-tife of Borinie  Prince Charlie, picturing his escape after  the Battle of Culloden and his hiding  places amid the scenic Scottish countryside.  The program also includes visits to  Blair Castle, Traquair House, Stapleford  Park arid Ragley Hall, four of a series of  famous homes of history.  The next social evening at the Welcome Beach Hall is scheduled for 7:30  p.m. on Saturday, April 18. Mrs. Fritz  Leuchte is preparing a program of games,  dancing and fun, and everybody is wel-  ���by Mary Tinkley  HERE and THERE  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stephenson and  their family have left Merry Island for  an entirely different life at Haney. Mr.  Stephenson who has been Assistant Light-  . house Keeper for several years has now  taken a job ashore.  For Suzanne and Sean it will be quite  a new experience to be able to join in  the fun and "interests of other children,  but when Christmas time comes, they  will undoubtedly miss the thrill of having  Santa Claus fly in by helicopter for a  special visit with them. '  News has reached Welcome Beach of  the, safe arrival of a baby daughter,  Christy Marijki. born -in Vancouver to  ���Mr. and Mrs. Rowland G. D. Hawes on  March 28.,  .* Rowland and Claire Hawes have a  summer home at Welcome Beach and  Christy is a granddaughter for Judge  Graham Ladner.  Back at Welcome Beach after a most  exhiliratixig cruise on the Oronsay is  Goldie< Baisley at the home of his sister,  Mys.3-F.McCaul,The jOronsjy_ made._calls  at Honolulu, the Fiji Islands, Australia,  New Zealand, Singapore, Hongkong and  Japan for a visit to Expo.  Through the.trip they experienced a  wide range of temperatures including  snow at Yokohama. Mr. Baisley considers  New Zealand was the most beautiful  country Ke visited.  LIONS PROJECT  " Last call is out for family birthdatcs,  anniversaries and organisation meeting  dates for the Sunshine Coast Lions annual  Community Calendar. Send in yours together with $2.     -  -a,W��-aa,.������,aa-^  Wednesday, April 8.1970 The Peninsula Times  �������"������" ���  ...   ���'-":/  jF>.V   -Si^A iFa'If.S'*'.        *2��>1 .������\a��.  '/"-  "-!"-���,"'���/' ���"*���*���*"���  J% *tV-i/A��f p  Smorgasbord-Dance . . .  Gibsons Hospi  reports successful  Page A-5  O-g ���  xuiary  project  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  Post* Office Building Sechelt  Phono 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOIMTMeiMT  come.  VISITORS  Grandmothers, who had a busy time  during the Easter vacation are this week  settling back to normal. At the home of,  Mrs. Ralph Lynds were, her son and  daughter in law, Mr. and Mrsr-Laurie  Lynds of Burnaby with Gaye^and Mark.  Her daughter and soh-in*law, Thelmaand  Eric Prittie withJBohnie, Greg and Erin,  came from Roberts Creek to join them  for a familjr^reunion.  Kim Roberge of Port Coquitlam spent  the holiday <-with her grandparents, Mr.  and Mrs. Francis Stone.  Another busy hostess was Mrs. Frank  Lyons who entertained her niece, Miss  Kay Coleridge of Vancouver and her  great-granddaughter, Aprils Pearson.  April was accompanied by rfer parents,  Ken and Susan Pearson.  Mrs. A. J'.* Rutherford, accompanied  by daughter Louise, spent a Well-earned  holiday in California as the guest of Dr.  and Mrs. Donald Rutherford of Walnut  Creek.  Departure  Rev. Barry Jenks will be missed not  only by parishioners when he leaves  next week for the larger parish of  St. "James, Departure Bay; for he  has served as Chairman-of-the Boy  Scout Group Committee and trustee  on the School Board. Next Sunday  he will conduct his last service as  vicar of St. Hilda's after serving  the parish for almost five years.  Sechelt Garden Glub  planning Spring show  TWENTY-seven members    attended the  April meeting of Sechelt Garden Club  -held-in-St^-JIildals Hall on April 1st and -  Hospital Auxiliaries  hold Annual Meeiing  CO-ORDINATING Council of the Hospital Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital  held the annual meeting on March 31st,  1970 with the following officers being  elected: Chairman, Mrs. C. Dobell, Gibsons. Vice-Chairman, Mrs. M. Raines,  Roberts Creek; Secretary, Mrs. O. Sladey,'  Pender Harbour; Treasurer, Mrs. A. J.  Rutherford, Halfmoon Bay. Publicity,  Mrs. R. J. Gill, Port Mellon.  Appointed officers are: Board Member, Mrs. J. A. Morgan; Director of  Volunteers, Mrs. F. Jones; Assistant- to  Director of Volunteers, Mrs. Eve Moscrip.  It was reported that in the past year  there were 189 active members; 95 associated and 3 life members. Through  their efforts $9,820.75 was turned over to  the hospital in the last year.  two new members joined the Club.  Main business of the meeting which  was chaired by president Mrs. L. Yates  was the forthcoming Spring Flower Show  and Art Display to be held next Saturday in St. Hilda's Hall from 2-8 p.m.  Rev. Barry Jenks will open the event  which will also feature tea and a plant  sale. Admission will be a silver collection.  The afternoon arid evening besides being  very pleasant will give gardeners an  opportunity to buy bedding or potted  plants.  Members were asked to give ideas arid  suggestions for programmes for the  monthly meetings.  Miss E. Ormrod showed colored slides  of different gardens in Europe and Canada, taken during her travels; they proved  to be very interesting and the photography was excellent.  The plant sale netted the club $6.85.  Next meeting will be oh May 6 when  Mrs. Hendley will visit to speak on  Azaleas;.Fuchsias and Bonsai.  MONTHLY meeting of Gibsons Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital was held on  April 1st in the Health Centre.  Mrs. H. Archer reported that the St.  Patrick's Day Dance and Smorgasboard  netted $450 and the donations were very  much appreciated.  Prize winners were: Mrs. Weinhandl  ��� Ann's Beauty Salon shampoo & set,  Mrs. W. Dayis ��� Howe Sound 5 & 10,  serving tray. Mrs. Mason���- Lila's Beauty  Shop shampoo & set. Mrs. Bujan ���  Kruse Drugs cosmetic set. Mrs. i Fair ���  House of Dallis, Sechelt, satin roses. Mrs.  Hays ��� Mickie's Boutique, corsage. K-jy  Butler ��� Goddard's Fashion Centre, evening purse & gloves. Mrs." Petterson ���  Super Valu chocolates. Mr. Marshall and  Mrs. M. Davies ��� Marine Men's Wear  wallets. Mrs. Hoops ������ Gibsons Hardware  serving tray. Mrs. Harris ���- Jay Bee  Furniture lamp. Mrs. Macey ���_pbri's  -Shoe-StoreslipptSsrJMrs.Fyles.-r^  Variety fondue/set. Mrs. Frew ���Western  Drugs mug set, Mr; Douglas ��� Flower-  laine, centrepiece. Mrs. Long ��� Ken's  Lucky Dollar fruit basket. Capt. Higgs ���  Elphinstone Co-op Store cheese selection.  Thanks also go to Mr. Steinbrunner  and Mr. Pat Mullen for the fish so kindly  'ddhated. Mr. Leo Luckashuck for the  lovely -Irish murals which decorated the  walls. Mr, Ruggles for his assistance and  Dr. Crosby for his very able emcee of  the whole affair.  Mrs. Davis, Bridge Convenor, gave a  report on the monthly bridge tournament  where 42 tables were played. Mr. and Mrs.  ^McGown-won--lst--pri2e-with u score���of���  6,410; prizes were a bottle of wine and  a tie rack donated by Marine Men's  Wean Second prize went to Mrs. J. Cramer and Mrs. I. Neilsen with 6,070 points,  winning a ceramic ash tray and cup and  saucer. Mrs. J. Gritt won the door prize.  Next monthly bridge tournament will  iaSr-held at the Health Centre on April  27th at 7:30 p.m.  The Mini Thrift Shop at 1678 Marine  Drive Gibsons will open on April 9th  from 11 o'clock until 2 p.m. with many  interesting articles for sale.  The Thrift Shop in Sechelt has been  broken into twice in the last few weeks  so it has been decided that, no money  will be left on the premises.  Guaranteed Watch and  lewellsy Repairs  t mmm  3SS-242E  ������'H.iM"iWM)-"aFu"u iim jij-mn^jn ijti'iH LmjIll'F   HI I^UFU) l'|"  j .1   "  ���f-vj.    jaim^y**������ili.ii'f'.'in.ai ijil riiM.iir.,1,  wfi  -�������,%����� {-ay  -a iP"       il'?*.  E  s *\.   ���*���  yjf^^H  OUTi  ^ * \ ���  la a jSg^ar^t^  Where would you use Ozlle Town 'N' Terrace Carpet made of Vectra fiber?  Use your Imagination 1  lt'3 tho carpot proved bo durable It's used outdoors, provod so attractive It'a used Indoors I Put It In tho kitchen, bath, roc-room, bedroom  ... on tho porch, patio, balcony, boat dock I Sun, rain and snow can't  hurt It. Won't rot or mlldow. Colourfaat. Amazing Vectra flben, resists  stains from food, drink, oven hou3ohold chemicals. 16 lovely colours.  Docorato with Ozlto... tho carpet for outdoors or Indoors I  MADE WITH  Sq,   yd,  (D}zElftB\  Town 'N* Terrace Carpet  Come In And.  See  ,Oor Display  *���;     "  W-riiUtl !-i(l  *m<vm  ���Oittd 1* tti8 r��B!*1a.reit traiJf mstli of th�� Oitta Corp. cf Canacta, Ltd. ��V��ctm la th�� rfl^stsrtaj tr��d��itw.rk of Natlamil Ptasti<3 Products Co., Inc., U.n t  GIBSONS . . .  "1@1 DMMT10I.S"     TECHNICOLOR.  THURSDAY- FRIDAY, APRIL 9 ond 10  at 8 p.m.  SATURDAY, APRIL 10 of 2 p.m. and -8 p.m.  and SUNDAY, APRIL 12 at 7 p.m.  IN COLOR  Starring John Hurt  MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 13, 14 and 15 al* 8 pjn.  ii-wwiy iju iiifli-R-wg-w^'yw1'^ ' nf*  ���*    '  i i. ^.    "    x ~v,   ,    t    iJ    \ ' �� F   fJrt    ',"      "!"v        "   ���-.  -.'      * ��,\ . ',���?���-    ''j  ti>\*t.t!ttt2 :t7s,:.^i.k i.. xx��*& a :,^k\:ii,> -yw.m, & ��� m^m^S  r^MV^s^ssm  T   '  ik j*'  [111  it  i 4 �� !  rVfrl  M  PHONE 886-2237  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, GIBSONS  ZZL  lt/T  it  ITER'S SPECIAL"  1966 FORD F250 3/4 TON 4x4 PICKUP���-Emerald green,  carpeted floors, custom cab -with padded dash. Powered by 352  V/8 engine, 4 spd. std. transmission, heavy duty winch and  power take-off. 17" tires and wheels, warren hubs, trail bike  frame on front of truck and large heavy duty bumper on rear;  dual exhaust system, auxiliary and heavy duty springs, 75 amp.  alternator and battery. This truck will carry the largest of  campers and can be driven sofcly at 70 MPH on freeways and  - yet can be taken overland into thc woods  and back-country terrain. __  ������_  "FSSMEK^AW'S SPECIAL"  1965 FORD F250 3/4 TON 4x4 PICKUP���Blue. Powered by  352 V/8 engine, 4 spd. std. transmission, heavy duty power  take-off, .16" wheels and tires, warren hubs, heavy duty front  bumper and grille, heavy duty rear bumper, auxiliary and  heavy duty springs, 75 amp. alternator and battery. Try tho  back-country lakes and steams with  this beauty ���   -><.  "SHAKE CUTTER'S SPECIAL"  1964 FORD F250 3/4 TON 4x4 PICKUP���Fire-engine red.  Powered by 352 V/8 engine, 4 spd. std. transmission, power  take-off, 16" wheels and tires, warren hubs, heavy duty  bumper on rear, auxiliary and heavy duty springs, extra deep  box, 75 amp. alternator and battery. This truck will easily  handle a large load of shakes and can be driver^ in the roughest of country os well as free wheel on the "  highway _ __. _. -.���....  ".MEAH i^EW CAfiPEH SPECIAL"  1970 FORD Fl 00 Vz TON PICKUP���Lime green with black  vinyl top. 5000 miles���factory warranty. Powered by 302 V/8  engine, 4 spd. std. transmission, power disc brakes, custom  radio, custom cab, auxiliary gas tank, heavy duty springs and  shocks, heavy duty rear bumper, 16" 6 ply tires and wheels.  West Coast mirrors. %%^1  All set for that 9>/a foot camper ���    '"���r.^'w  CAMPER SPECIAL"  1966 FORD F250 3/4 TON 4x4 PICKUP���Lite green. Powered  by 352 V/8 cngino and 4 spd. std. transmission, power takeoff, custom cab, 75 amp. alternator, all heavy duty equipment  from front to rear, tires and wheels aro 16" and almost new.  Can cosily handle tho largest of campers.  Immaculate   throughout   MMi'SM'WM*^^  PICOCyiPS F��H MANY  F-0  1965 Chevrolet Vi ton (Pickup  Long' step side box. Powered by 283 V/8 with 4 spd.  std, transmission, heavy duty springs and shocks. This  unit can be used with a camper, for work, or for  pleasure.                                           ��� iSll ilAE  16" wheels and tires       A-^^3  1967 Mercury XA ton Pickup  Black with maroon interior:  352 V/8 engine,  long  wide box, 3 spd. std, transmission, custom cab. This  truck has power to spare and is a  deluxe model   $n<  1966 GMC Va ton Pickup  Long wide box, tu tone red and white. Powered by 292  6 cyl, engine, 3 spd std. transmission. ^k<] E?(thfc!  Immaculate throughout       Jl^^-aD  1969 Ford Truck and  9V?2 foot Ccaveman Camper  A home away from home for every avid camper,  traveller or sportsman, fully equipped, with stove,  sink, bathroom,  fridge, etc   -Myia-.TO  BUSINESS HOURS:  9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Weekdays  9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturdays  BANCS FIMANCBftlG  fiECON.dBT10.^IED UNITS  LAI-SCaE SELECTION  I IWW'WW*  ���at-gffi&iW^  ggcamicissxaffi  I  "^���">s^!3^WI7^SM"  i,ii,,iii.i*F.iw^FawaaOTi,r.i,ii��in��^Wttatt^FMaaa^niFii.ili��iwaaFWaiFaii,i(i.iii mifhfi, lianaj ��FinFTiir">fti[. i.n.i iiiiiiWil.wi  1967 CORTINA GT  92 HP, 4 spd. transmission,  radio, bucket teals, sports  car performance, red with  black interior. ...    --Mmw^  1963 VOLKSWAGEN DELUXE  Low miles, custom radio,  vinyl .interior, immaculate  condition, wood grain dash.  I  ������^������iliiiMiji'lJiil-Mijimiw^  ?-iiSi#i��-^  1966 ENVOY EPIC  2 dr. Sedan, 4 spd. transmission, good tires, 34,000  miles.  1961 PLYMOUTH BELVEDER  2 dr. Hardtop, 6 cyl.  automatic, ���  itanorssssn  n^^m*\!m9^^mmr^T^svrr^Trw'rs^sR  ^r'-^rsw^  r     f i  P  run  ill  ��mm��g  w 1*3  PHONE 886-2237  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, GIBSONS  <^^^^^if^^^m9!smii^mfim^0mm0iMi��mim^^^^m^^mm^^m  h *     i      i . i  Readers' Right  Strong voice  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Congratulations on your editorial  "White Paper protest grow," (March 18th).  It- is too bad v that we have to look to  the Peninsula Times for a strong, clear  voice on the continuing idiocy and arrogance of the Trudeau Government.  Notwithstanding a manufactured inflation and paying Saskatchewan farmers  not to grow* wheat, we taxpayers are expected to foot the bill for a pretentious  fifty million dollar 'art centre" for Ottawa  and mo.-e millions to boost the morale of  French speaking areas of South Africa.  The latest lunacy, as reported in the  Toronto Star of March the 21st, is a  Goebels type information centre, a Governmental Central Information Agency  to be run by one Jean Louis Gagnon at  ���a salary of over $30,000.00. What the Canadian Public, has not been told is the  radical leftist orientation of Mr. Gagnon  since 1935.  Even though the Montreal Star of  as. far back as May the 31st, 1968, carried  a story of the Liberal publicist as a  "friend of "Reds," the Liberal Govern-  "menTliaXcyriically chosen to put the man  in charge of the new Governmental information agency.  Mary Dunleigh  Vancouver, B.C.  Barbarism  Editor, The Times,  \ Sir: It is indeed heart-warming to  find that we have an editor who is. willing  to take a stand on behalf of God's innocent and helpless creatures as in this  week's editorial "Blood On The Ice."  Also to read a letter in a,,similar vein from  ���Vera���Lobbr--Truly���;stated���������one-of-the-  perennial arguments trotted out is that  we are so terribly poor that we must  continue this barbarism that men Tnay  live. Figures released by the Minister of  Fisheries makes mockery of this claim.  Following is a press release of a letter  sent to Prime Minister Trudeau by the  "World Federation for the Protection of  Animals"  or  Zurich, Switzerland:  "Thc new regulations appear to attempt to mislead the public into thinking  that the Canadian Government has somehow acted in the interests of animal welfare. This, unfortunately, is not the case  and we bog to put to you thc following  points and questions: What training facilities are there to turn 6,000 fishermen  and landsmen into experienced marksmen? A direct hit on the upper part of a  seal's head is necessary. Seals cannot be  killed quickly by a bullet in the neck or  even into tho heart as experience in  Britain, and by the Germans on the  North Sea coast, has shown. Even with  trained marksmen, firing in ideal weather  conditions wounded seals escape and are  likely to die a lingering death. Thousands  of less skilled seasonal hunters shooting  in extremely uncomfortable conditions  cannot fail to mutilate at least as many  seals as they will kill.  How many men must suffer death or  injury before the seal slaughter in the  Gulf of St. Lawrence is banned outright?  Will one or two accidents be sufficient  or are these mishaps part of the routine  risks which poverty-stricken Canadian  fishermen must accept?  Aircraft would not upset breeding, as  your Minister of Fisheries ^claims, because the season will be over before the  1970 slaughter starts. Prohibition of aircraft is apparently intended to shield  from independent observors the undoubted cruelty which will occur. Since  as your Minister states, most of the seal  killers earn only $39 to $102 a year from  seal slaughter the determination to continue this abuse must result from a desire  to protect the commercial hunters, that  "small minority" who earn between $750  and $1,200 a year.  At a recent council meeting of the  World Federation for the Protection of  Animals in Luxembourg it was unanimously agreed that our duty is to urge our  many member groups throughout the  world to warn the public of the true  ' nature of the new regulations. Your Minister is obviously bent on continuing the  unnecessary destruction of seals by means  which are likely to be even more cruel  than clumsy skull smashing. In Europe,  and beyond, 1970 will be celebrated as  Conservation of Nature Year. Please influence the Canadian government to apply your own undoubted humane principles and end this stigma- on your  country's international reputation without further unseemly prevarication."  It may not be generally known that  this above mentioned organization has  offered to sponsor a fund to take care of  ex-sealers "who may be in financial difficulties if arid when the slaughter is  brought to an end. And brought to an  end it would be if women would buy  only the beautiful and long-wearing  imitation furs now available.  Era M. Webb  Fire hazard  Editor, The Times,  Sir. The Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department would like to point out to the  residents of their fire protection area, that  the fire hazard in fields and woods is at  an all time high for this time of year. Cooperation in burning would be appreciated  by the men of the department.  April ht saw the firemen fighting  two bush fires. One covering approximately two acres, the other one smaller.  Both were started by children care-  lessljrplaying^witirmatche^or cigarettes.  The first fire was in West Sechelt  on Nor West Bay road. When this was  brought under control one truck returned  to the fire hall and was equipped with  dry hose and set ready for action. As  the truck was about to be backed into  its bay another alarm came in, this time  from Selma Park. The crew still dressed  in their fire boots, coats and hats were  away again to put out the second bush-  tire. !  That everting the men had. to wash  one thousand feet of hose and hang same  in the hose tower. As chief of these fine  fellows, I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their fine  support and hard work in fighting fires  and all the dirty clean-up work that is  involved after.  Tom Robilliard  Homemakers-Totem Club  provide Easter sports  MEMBERS of the Sechelt Homemakers  Club and Sechelt Totem Club combined forces to give the youngsters a  treat on Easter Monday. Races were run  on the Village Green with prizes awarded  the winners.  Homemakers wish to express thanks  to all who helped make the day a success  with a special thanks to the Totem Club  for donating towards the sports day.  Winners of the raffle were F. Tandy  of Sechelt winning the picture and frame.  Denise Phillips of Gibsons won the food  hamper and Pauline Benner won the  Easter basket.  Page A-6  The Peninsula Timos Wednesday., April 8, 1970  Latter Day Saints hold  Social-Supper evening  LATTER Day Saints held a very successful supper and social evening in Selma  Park Community Hall on April 1st it  6 p.m. There were approximately 50  people present including members and  guests. Supper was served at 6 p.m. and  followed by a snipe hunt by part of the  group.  Entertainment included a skit of a  Hillbilly Pantomime with several members taking part, .and was enjoyed^by  all. Elders Morris and Bagley presented  skit  and  the  elders and  sister mis  sionaries sang. This was followed by  several musical selections by Tron Johnson and his daughter Cynthia.  Members were happy to have the  Elders Morris & Bagley of Powell River  also Sisters Jackson and Garlock from  Squamish present. The evening closed  with a prayer by Sister Jackson.  The Relief Society Ladies held a very  successful Bake Sale on March 26th at the  store next to ��� the Tasella Shoppe and  wish to thank all those who contributed  to its success. Special thank-you to Mrs.  CruciJ for the use of the store. It is  hoped to have a bake sale every month.  End of the Line  Dr. and Mrs. Louis Woolf of Van- Creek. They were on their way home  couver sustained multiple injuries after visiting friends at Porpoise  when their camper left the highway Bay. Vehicle plunged down a steep  en tering the straight stretch toward -bank-.-to a-creek and struck a fallen  the Solnik service station at Roberts    log.  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  A VERY pleasant social evening at the  home of Mr. and'Mrs. Williani Cook,  North Road on Thursday April 2 was  to mark the 86th birthday of Mr. Cook  who had grown a beard for the occasion.  Both Bill and his wife (the former Ellen  Cato) are old time residents of this area.  Many "cards and gifts were received by the  guest of honor.  Rev. Dennis Morgan was among those  who called to offer good wishes. At the  happy party to help Mr. Cook ecelebrate  were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blair; Mr. and  Mrs. Wiljo Wiren; Mr. and Mrs. John  Bates; Mrs. Dennis Smith and family.  Mrs. Pat Wedley; Marion Cook;. Fred  Peterson;. Albert Cook; Bill Black; Gus  Thatcher; Mr. William and John Stanley.  Delicious refreshments were served  including a cake complete with candles.,  The festivities continued until 2 a.m.  with music and dancing. Mr. Cook is  quite a terpsichoreal himself. He was  noticed keeping "up with the best of them  at a social function at Roberts Creek  the other way.  dren   motored  to  Calgary  to  visit  Mr.  Schroers sister.  .While on a trip with their camper  Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Delong and family  visited Lillooet; Merritt and Kamloops  enjoying the beautiful spring, weather.  Recent guest of Mrs. C. F. Earles was  a friend whom she had not seen for 40  years, Mrs. Evelyn Whymark from  Calgary.  ' Down from Kamloops is Mrs. Morrison and her grandson Dean Jay visiting  at  the  home   of   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Harry  Victim of fortunte-teller:  Seer-sucker,  ROYAL CANADIAN  LEGION  BRANCH   109, GIBSONS  IN THE CLUB ROOM  All refreshments provided also light snacks.  For Transportation Phone 88G-7-M3  f^p^i.mj-,,1,, m ��w*MW  ^fefa-Tff.��^��,��&ii.a^lsSi  .ire.-,.. 71 i^M.7'% t, ������-*���. AT. j A.4.  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Growth for the sake of growth is the  ideology of the cancer cell.  ggg'����*|,''a��^^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  WATEH SEH��1���E INfERRUPTBON  GIBSONS - SUNDAY, APRIL  12,  1970  Water service on the following roads will be off, or affected, on Sunday,  April 12, 1970, from 12:30 p.m. to allow an alteration to tho supply  main:���  7  North Road Shaw Road School Road (top)  Hillcrcst Martin Road O'Shca  Wyngaert Road North Fletcher Abbs Road  From Pratt Road on  Highway into Bal La no  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  April 4, 1970  Gibsons B.C.  iUaW"*-i^^  MINI SHOP  Members of the Gibsons Auxiliary lo  St. Mary's Hospital are opening a Mini,  Thrift Shop at 1678 Marine Drive, com-1  mencing- April  9th  and  each   Thursday  thereafter from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.  Here in two neat little rooms you  can find, at reasonable prices, wearing  apparel for the whole family. Also books,  patterns, pictures, purses, drapes, toys,  jewellery and many other items. See this  mini thrift shop for real bargains and  at the same time help the hospital.  HERE AND THERE  Mrs. Irene Green has returned after  a delightful 3 weeks holiday, travelling  by bus to Florida where she boarded a  luxury liner at Miami for a 14 day Caribbean cruise with shore tours on different islands, and something special  planned for each day. Stops were made  at Haiti; Jamaica; Trinidad; .Martinique;  Panama and many other interesting  places. Mrs. Green has a beautiful suritan  anda nice collection of souvenirs brought  back from her holiday. She especially  enjoyed Martinique which is the flower  island of the West Indies with its profusion of tropical blooms.  Mr, und Mrs. Jack Dempster and  family were visitors to Chilliwack for  5 days.  Mr. and Mrs. Doug Sanderson and  family were Easter visitors to North  Surrey,  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.  Todd of Metcalfe Rd. were their two  gnuMsons from North Vancouver who  .stayed for a week.  Mr. and Mrs, Wiljo Wiren motored  to the Merritt District where they visited  for several days with their Son-in-law  and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gelcr and  funnily,  Mr. und Mrs. Hoy Malyca visited for  a week or so with their son-in-law and  daughter Richard unci Helen O'Brien and  family at Canoe in the Shuswnp Lake  area.  Mr. und Mrs. Karl Schroers and chil-  Robertson for a few weeks  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Strange from Vancouver have taken up residence in the  house behind the Gibsons Post Office  Mr. Strange's father who is a long time  local resident still has his home here  Keats Island was a busy place over  the holidays. A couple of new houses are  being built over there and many people  were out from the city to vacation at their  cottages and enjoy fishing.  Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blomgren and  son Michael from Cumberland, Vancouver  Island, visited relatives here  Former local residents Mr and Mrs  Nasori with Linda and Louise visited  George and Ann Weal and other relatives  here recently. The Nasons are from  Birch Island in the Clearwater Rivor  district.  _ *    ���    *  Deadline approaches for Birthdates,  Anniversaries and association meeting  .dates on the Sunshine Coast Lions annual  Community Calendar project Send in  yours together with $2 and help the  Lions assist a worthwhile community  cause. Box 93 Sechelt or phone 885-9504.  ~r~T-ar  ,... ^,.,.>Ni,>;a>-,5!.,av^wWffiapa,  . *-:   v,   ����� >"V  a* f   *v,  *l    **,        *      \     *~  F.       V  J* <V 5   v.   ,  aaijj-n"w��f--"H  *FFl  ���M'       a       "--I-  ���"-S-n   place .s"*_the  "���^i-uA  cfUC  * ���"���JS?  AO****!  PaS5L  i.r  Jl  Draira  firaMS&GI]  [pflocatr��� m>  fuyuvWPWINVU'WVWWr^^^ I  PAINTING PROCEDURE FOR WALLS  WALT  NYGHEN   | When pQint|ng waMS( stort at t|1c uppcr |cft hand corner  SALES   LTD*,       j Qn(j w0|r(<i down us-ng Q k^i-. or ro||cr# suggests the Canadian  Your BAPCO PAINT   ; pa*nj Manufacturers Association, A small brush will come in  DEALER  in  GIBSONS ;��� han[|y fo(. ^.^ ^^ hQr(J.to.reach corners  Or you might  ; On tho Whorr - 806-9303 * wQnf (Q consider purcha5lng several rollers���now available In  I Quality Howard Marino j va?,,ous slzes for dolnfl difficult areas.  ' *utM*av*auus'Vyivu<wv\na<vu*0>*nivuit  mnnrvvnr*v*nnnn'>0yr*>r*"**,'*"r'n  j      PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kom Tono  and  Shcrwin Williams  Gibson* - 086-9533  I  Morgan's  en's Wear  G.W.G. Work Clothes  Work Gloves  SECHELT, D.C.  QP��!*I UP TO ABSTRACT ART  Do you have a plain door that could stand some dressing  up? On a flat door, mark out a wildly abstract design of bright,  bold colors, suggests tho Canadian Point Manufacturers Association, Uso masking tape to keep lines straight and prevent '  overlapping of colors. This Is highly effective in a hallway or !  narrow corridor where space Is at a premium and color is ;  needed.  ,,WA��iE UP WICKER  Your decorating scheme can easily bo enhanced with the j  help of Inexpensive wicker furniture ond some spray paint, ;  advises the Canadian Paint Manufacturer's. As.s-.ociaWon. The !  i  light, o'try furniture lends itself to bright, bold strokes of color ',  ���and with spray paint or enamel available in a wide spec- ;  trum of colors, tho choice h limited only by your Imagination,  TWIf*t CREEH  LUMBER 8*  PUILDI^G  SUPPLY  Your  General  Paints  Dealer  Monamel & Breeze  Paints  Sunshine Coast  * Highway near  GIBSONS  Phono 006-2000  Speed, Power.Economy. The NewEvinrude 60.  Outperforms everything in its class.  Two yoara ngo, tho Evlnrudp 55 was  first Introducod. Thnt wns tho beginning ���  of tho "Now Brqccl" In outboard motor...  It was tho world's first 3 cylinder outboard with "loop charging" for cleanor  combustion and moro olllclont intnko  and exhaust circulation. Tho result wna  n moro compact unit with an nmazlnfl  Amount of extra hornopowor. . . and  overwhelming auccosa.  Now you can got tho aamo fast, qulot  cngino...computer-Improved to dolivor  an oxtra 5 poworful horpon. It nil adds up  to tho Evlnrudo 60. Tho 1970 "Now  Brood" outboard that givoa you moro  performnnco por horaopowor.  Tho Evlnrudo 60 comoa comploto with  Evlnrudo'a oxcluolvo push-button oloc-  tro-hydraulic shift, automatic olnglo  lover control and cablo at no oxtra cost.  Dlscovor lho "Now Brood" 60 nt your  Evlnrudo doalor. It'a another powerful  reason why Evlnrudo atayo lirst by keeping you out front.  0*W*WWWWW*v***w*****-*W*W****\  ���7 \l  O First Sun Oiitboardls T~  "     CO  ^a*. ^      jr    Lma, .iuAw  Sa..a-��'l V��  A r-.nrt.i--1 n! OU1..OAI.0 MAW,..; OOfl.-OHAtlON Of* CANADA 1.10, KTmnonOUOM, CANADA  W��f,i.)ia!ui*i. tl CMC Uisin Onvi tnpinii. 'Ui-.n He, | ���.-*���*�� mMiu, 6f*aw Ciui.tt inoomctiit*.** ��mj pioneti Ut��*n .��������,  SEE THEM  NOW!  If  diii  lUUffMyWM in ret  OR PHONE 883-2266  er iKiarao  sSES  gBM*^^  F^1  ihAA^A'^r^AAAAAA *,^ #* * A#>-^>. *.*+^ *\ i��k>l^*JlAA-��A-Hft ���J-* A *���  ft-* A A A Ar��/>  * yh <���*����' Sechelt TOPS Club  officer installation  REGULAR weekly meeting of the Sechelt  . TOPS club on March 25th was followed by an impressive candelight ceremony, for. the installation of new officers,  conducted by installing officer Mrs. Ina  Grafe.  An attractively decorated table held  a lovely seven candle candlelabra and arrangements of daffodils and heather presented a delightful accompaniment.  The following were installed to office: Mrs. Cay Nelson, leader Mrs. Dianne  Anderson, co-leader, Mrs. Darlene Flummerfelt, Secretary, Mrs. Margaret Porter,  Treasurer, Mrs. Bonnie "Wigard, weight  recorder. The TOPS Queen, ,Mrs. Madge  Hansen was honored with a lovely tiara  and corsage.  TOPS honor rolls were presented to  Madge Hansen, Pat Neilsen and Margaret  Espoley. Merit Certificates were presented  to Madge Hansen 1st in fourth division,  Doris Housley 2nd in 4th division, Cay  Nelson 3rd in 5th Division. Margaret Es-  pley 2nd and Beulah Lawson 3rd.  On completion of the ceremonies  everyone enjoyed ,U-*.e contents of an interesting-buffet holdings a_ birtJhday cake  with one candle in celebration of the-  clubs first year, fruit punch, radish roses,  cheese, celery slicks and carrot curls.  (Naturally the birthday cake was^orna-  mental and inedible!) The Easter contest  was terminated and the fortunate and well  deserving winner of a shampoo and set  was Mrs. Josie "Wheeler for the most  weight lost this month.  Golf & Country Club  ^ktesfuturrevents-  Afoaad Jervis Inlet  Section B  Wednesday, April 8,1970  Pages 1-4  SUNSHINE   Coast    Golf    and   Country  Club in its news bulletin reports that  membership stands at 288 with 37 memberships still available at $400 each  At last directors meeting a new type  of membership was formulated. This is  an annual membership at cost of $50 and  would entitle the holder to course and  club-house privileges but not voting  privileges. Usual yearly dues would be  in effect. A family membership would  cost $140 per year and a single $120, each  renewable annually at same cost. Directors retain rights to discontinue such  memberships any time the scheme might  be considered no longer beneficial to the  club.  Monthly social and get-together is  scheduled for April 11th and will be a  Cabaret-Dance. This event will be held  in the club-house. ���-t'other events schedules are: President  versus the Vice-President Tournament,  April 12th. Interclub match with Powell  River at Powell River April 26th. Qualifying round for Men's Club Championship on May 3rd. Anniversary Day celebrating opening of the course is May  31st and Qualifying round for the Walter  Morrison trophy will be June 21st. This  will be a mixed tournament.  Recreation Minister  gives hunting dales  THE BRITISH Columbia Fish and Wildlife Branch announces the following  opening dates for hunting seasons on  Vancouver Island (Management Area 1):  Deer (bucks only): September 5, 1970,  for rifle hunters; Black bear: September  5, 1970; Elk (bulls only): October 3, 1970;  Grouse (blue and ruffed): August 29,  1970.  Hunter.1' are reminded that an additional open season for black bear exists  from April 1. 1970 to May 31, 1970.  Any sex seasons, for deer, local restrictions, and closing dates for all species  will be announced nt a later date,  IS THERE or is there not an old locomotive in the Freil Lake vicinity?  That is a question which has cost some  people a great deal of time, trouble, and  expense.  If an early-day engine is out there in  the bush it is worth a lot of money. To  some people, finding it would mean prestige. To others' who are avid collectors  of old railroad equipment there would  be a thrill in hunting for and finally  in restoring the locomotive.  Many people have searched the Freil  Lake area, each, hoping to be the one to  find'this particular engine. One businessman has flown back and forth above the  ridge in hopes he would see some clue as  to its location. Other searchers have stayed at the Granville Bay camp and hiked  through the thick surrounding undergrowth until their legs ached and their  backs were stiff. One young man, with  his father or interested friends, has made"  a total of ten trips to the vicinity and  declares he will be back to search further.  Actually there are three different  rumors about locomotives which were  supposedly left here. One is said to be  a narrow gauge which was left by one  JlLUie-JV-ery-eariieajt-of^iogging ventufesr-  The company brought the engine in and  landed it but then were prevented by  the first world war from ever working  the area. The engine was said to be left  because they planned eventually to come  back and work here. This rumor about  the narrow gauge came from a sole  source. I have been unable to find anyone who lived here during thc early  days who had heard about it.  The  second   rumor   says  a   standard  gauge   locomotive  was   deliberately   left  ���hy Pat Kenoyei  This locomotive was sold ^once,-then  again, so. it finally belonged tolhe Haslam  Lumber Company of Nanairho. They used  her in logging operations .at Vancouver"  Bay. She was later found there and taken  out and restored.  But the question still remains ��� is  there a locomotive around Freil Lake  or Goliath Bay?  One young man, whose father and  grandfather both worked for the logging company, told me the locomotive is  definitely there. He said he even knew a  logger who could go to the exact location  of the old engine.         __  Another young man dec^eTltist as  firmlyi that the locomotive is not there,  He says'his., father talked with Jerry  Mireson, who owned the logging company. According to this young man Mr.  Mireson said he took the locomotive  further up Jervis Inlet.  Is there or is there not a locomotive  out there in the bush? I don't know.  But as long as a ray of hope exists that  there might be the dedicated railroad  enthusiasts will go on searching.  Last year more than two million  Heart Fund dollars went into medical  research in Canada.  Logger's definition of a racetrack ���  where windows clean people.  SEE OUR FASHIONS CHOSEN FOR THE  ono  TfV Dresses   7k Loungewear    it Sportswear  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons  ^7~a5n  ion  h  emre  Phone 886-9543  Deaf Communicate  Teletyping message that enables  deaf people to communicate on continent-wide basis in interpreter Mary  Butterfield. at machine. The machine  is one of twenty recently donated by  B.C. prototype . . .  B.C. Tel. Watching from left are  Bob Roger, John Dobie and Pat  James as they learn intricacies of  new system. ���=-...  in the brush to mark the site of a gold  mine. I was also unable to find a second  party who knew of this engine ��� though  several people have talked about a gold  mine which is supposed to be near Freil  Lake.  Everyone who knows about this area  has heard of the Climax (standard gauge)  locomotive which was used to work the  Freil Lake ��� Goliath Bay area in the  1920's. This engine, which weighed 42  tons, supposedly left the tracks while  being let down the steep incline to the  bay. Rumor says the locomotive was too  difficult to recover and so was left there  in bush while the logging outfit moved  away.  It is not far fetched to think a locomotive could have been left behind in this  ivay. Old engines have been found at  several old logging or mining sites. One  such case was the little Forney standard  gauge engine which was once used at  the Crofton copper smelter near Duncan.  auanud  By Port Mellon Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  DOOR PRIZES  ENTERTAINMENT BY "THE BACKWOODS BRASS"  REFRESHMENTS AND COFFEE GENTLEMEN WELCOME  omday, April 13fh c��f 7:30 p.m.  PORT MELLON COMMUNITY HALL  Adults $1.50 Students 75c  Buy your tickets eofly from Port Mellon members.  Phone 884-5384 or 886-7430  V*u*��aevuvuiam0i00t��m��mmamiuuutr\mn.t.n.mnmnm.nnm*nn*nnmmnnnnnrtnnmmm*miu*  ���������  a����5��'^^  feleffpe maCahines aid deal  in telephone communications  B.C. TEL recently donated, as a public  "service;"20 teletype machine., to the  Western Institute for the Deaf to assist  in~a"new program of communications.  Each teletypewriter unit will be  adapted for operation on a continent-wide  telephone-teletype system which now  serves 1,000 deaf subscribers.  A deaf subscriber in St. Louis wishing  to call a Vancouver counterpart can simply place his telephone handset into a  specially designed cradle. The dial tone  is immediately transformed into a light-  signal, indicating the phone is ready to  dial. The monitor light tells whether tho  called number is busy or ringing and  when the party answers the phone.  The Vancouver subscriber knows his  phone is ringing when his monitor light  begins to flash. Ho likewise places his  handset  into  the   cradle,   turns   on   the  power and types out his name on tho  teletype machine.  Once'contact has been established thc  conversation is typed back and forth  on the teletype units.  Only two teletypewriters are in operation in Canada and both are located in  Vancouver. According to "Western Institute executive director Emmett Casey,  there are over 20,000 deaf persons living  in Canada with over 2,000 residing in  British Columbia.  "We are using B.C, as a prototype and  trust that within a few short years this  service will be extended across Canada.  "Deafness and hearing impairment arc  physical disabilties that wc hear little  about," Casey continued, "We are doing  our best to inform the public of the plight  of these lonely people."  1 -aV*.  ���*������ j      J* *3t        -*���* \  V F->^"F^# ��-%*��*, ">     * i..V>  f^yp.^r    M3     ���**,   - .*-  V        *'  .*-*  *a>  dsT rt  <*   ;  \'  SECffif THEAlf  The Family Entertainment You've All Been Waiting For  ^JhoAc   UUIicre ZJlie -^ Manny.  C7 ��  '. JlmcA  FORMERLY HftSOWN AS "STAIR"  Starring JULIE ANDREWS ("Mary Poppins") and RICHARD CRENNA"  Filmed  in Color and Cinemascope CARTOON  ������   INCREASED ADMISSION PRICES    *  Starts at 8:00 p.m. Our at 10:00 p.m.  3 DAYS ONLY: FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY,  APRIL 10th,  11th and  13th  Next Week: "RUN WILD, RUN FREE"  Coming Soon: "CHE"  $aV^V  *���*���. ..IT        �� a  hja^. ��� "���  Ximmmummmwmitm0ii0mHimmmimmMK  i  $1.1  ODD ��BSljD LPtTDSd  in   *  IAICE UP A T.V. PARTY AT HOME  24, 11:30 P.M. ON CHANNELS 6 AMD 8  urn���im ii mi iiuwiium^^  s Availobi,  ��*TS supw.v  W'-afiB c .  eery  tire  ler Shop  Cam^��'s V��Ftmy  Uleld t*a|,scn  jCyX.  fV  ga����M^  ���ages-g^^  "���"r-jajaa^^  1  aaaassgBia^^  Live Country    ����j  and Western  fVlusic By  u��S��3  jir^^i-ir#i^ll--fHr-li--g'��-Ui<lWll"litlF^II^^  IBIiwiWW-ftii-W>*��i��iii��-F*  )t��ttj!s��we����^  Saturday,  April 11th  uiii  ��..a .-���"       _ i:��� ' ,  ���ateyttaaaaftpFawFWXO&l JjJjBjUFg . >M,i.w^,W^.a^  %Jfc-a��aaaa��.  ."*    -/.'J,* ;-'  .*  saDcasoflia  HIGHWAY  101  - SECHELT  Phone 8S5-2311  (L��idks, Wo Slacks)  D  ���A  ���jgwp  eEFilESH^ElMTS 7:30 till 11:30 p.m.  ^PfSiTOjbyhliil   7:30 till 9 p.m.  $8 A COUPLE   ($4 .liter 9 p.m.)  -   ���"^^u^ilW-UJi-JIUl.'i  mw*��rmm giiiwiijijiiiii^iiit^wwBj^ w��wiyi-wwa^wii��i��yii^l!l|g^i,r^Hw^^-fi^ f^ypfiwBit-gy^'" ���"' *b mmiijA^u^svminmmmmamimivt  WMMaai-cAi^AMfMM.^^ m*><*&0**l-iitj.'i��iii,*,).t*Mtrtqr* aiW***&>~ -^Mif��*i^s^iiiiw'^n1��* !ii-l��a**li.�� S*-+di.��^..^ /[-,|,-Mr,|J|iain ������, ���- .,-a^^^im"   ,__,^ __    ���|nli   .ii   iui   [[I'll ..I  I I     ill1 I1     ' -  _.* '" '"" ^mMwmmmmMa*mKKMHUw*immmm*iima'*iMMiM imumii mx*i  il. Jij -nin-^f-'WI-- ������'"��� ������^ t-0*ul��1 iW*iS*&0i��!)i*'**4.i.**t��*  aurfttWitH-.*. <^vija\J^&it>&tet~\i-ilvv<-*t<**<Atxi&ii&i't^,2 W-iF^-i  rt^��i!^-S-w*w��*ni.. J.H-, ���>��.  k m&*  %$&M  "��If,  *2M!S8  >mm  tmWsngsm  man  \  msmmmam^sm^m^mmmmmm^smmsm^mimm  pmBEm immmn wme puoimtmu district  i p.m.  B.C.  LEGION HALL, MM*tmh  Poge B-2  The Penlnsulo Time:* Wednesday, April 8. 1970  Successful Class  Twenty week Adult Education ce-   ously very satisfied with their much  ramie' course under instruction of    admired handiwork  are  from left:  Rita Peterson; Verna Schneider;  Bernice Chamberlin; Agnes Skid-  more: Marg Frykas; Jean Scott;  Ella Irvin; Tedde Benson and Pati  Rosvold.  i*s  *"-"-$���  K  hi  At  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed  returning officer to conduct an election, to elect two (2) trustees  for the above mentioned district.  The persons qualified to vote must be property owners and  qualify under the Provincial Elections Act and are hereby notified  to attend a meeting to be held in the Legion Hall, Madeira Park,  B.C., April 28th, 1970 at the hour of eight (8) p.m. At which place  and hour, 1 will proceed to call for nominations and to take the  votes of the electors present.  Mrs. Bernice Chamberlin came to a  close'last week in a blaze of color  as participants displayed their finished ware. Much of the work displayed  is free-hand such as pinch-pots; coil-  pots" and "multi-hued dishes.  Obvi-  The said meeting will be closed as soon as the votes of the  electors present and voting when votes are called for, have been  counted.  Dated this 28th day of March, A.D. 1970.  Markle Sydney Myers  Returning Officer  yi-a-A- V. mV^i^ ,-f,^gy, *^1fri._.^-^4 .M^��Hhi^h..L7.i7J7.  PURPOSE of the "Landlord and Tenant  Act" is to create new rules to govern  the relationship between landlord and  tenant in respect of residential premises.  Many of the Members of the 1970 and  preceding Legislature have spoken out on  the need for major reform in this area.  a\s urban expansion moves into the  seventies, there is an obvious growing  trend to apartment living by many people. The conditions and agreements upon  which they rent dwellings, aie important  and from the point of view of Government  we want to provide the legislative ground  rules which will enable a good relationship between landlord and tenant to prevail.  In this respect, we have" implemented  many of the recommendations of the Ontario Law Reform Commission Report of  December 1968, which was based on a detailed survey and study of the problems  of landlord and tenant in the Metropolitan Toronto area���an area that has problems similar to those of our urban centres.  This Bill introduces a new concept  and one which I believe will solve many  of the difficulties of landords and tenants  under the p'ld law. The intention is that  residential tenancy agreements whether  written or oral, shall be treated under  the ordinary law of contract, rather than -  the complicated common law rules of  landlord and tenant which often created  hardships, based as it was on the old land  law of England.  There are several important results  from the application of the law of contract to the relationship of landlord and  tenant. For example, upon default of payment of rent by thc tenant, the landlord  will have to sue on the contract. He will  not be able to call the bailiff or sheriff In,  except if the tenant abandons the premises. If the landlord fails to give possess-  slon to the tenant on the agreed date, thc  tenant' can sue, as in any other breach of  contract.  If the house or apartment i.s destroyed  or damaged and thc tenant is unable to  remain because of circumstances beyond  his control, then the contract can bo cancelled . . . under the old landlord and  tenant law a lease was still enforceable  oven though llie premises bunted down.  The rules of broach of contract apply, so that if one party breaks n material  covenant in the contract, the other party  can obtain  release front  the contract.  In tho past when a tenant rented promises, additional features related to the  abode did not run with tin* land, This  was not binding on lho assignee If the  features were not in existence when the  lease was made. For example, a covenant  to provide parking or laundry facilities  would' not bii binding on an assignee of  the landlord if they did not exist when  the lease Was made, Now t\ toii'int *-\.i.  refufio acceptance of the promlsoH unlesK  these covenants are met.  Previously, if a tenant left the preml-  hom, tho landlord was under no obligation  to re-rent, lint could sue for the entire  rent plus damages. The landlord now has  lo mitigate his damages -.h under ordinary law of contract,  This bill also establishes other conditions that will ease some of the difficulties In rental situations,  These are;  (1)  Where there hi �� wilt-  ten agreement, the landlord is required  to deliver a copy of a* written contract to  the tenant prior to occupancy.  (2) Unless local municipalities otherwise provide, security deposits are prohibited except f6r one month's rent as  security for the payment of the last months  rent. On security deposits, interest must  be paid at six per cent per annum and the  deposit with interest must be repaid within ten days of the expiration of the lease,  unless the Court otherwise orders.  (3) Upon this Bill,'the tenant has been  given the right to assign or sublet, subject to certain provisions set out in the  Bill.  ���(4) There are new statutory provisions  respecting a tenant's right to privacy.  With the exception of an emergency, a  landlord cannot enter leased premises,  without twenty-four hours' 'written notice.  (5) No special instructions on access  to rented premises shall be imposed on  Federal, Provincial and Municipal election of candidates.  (6) The landlord or tenant cannot  change locks on tenant's premises during  tenancy  without mutual consent..  (7) The landlord must comply with all  health, safety and housing standards and  is responsible for keeping the premises  in a good state of repair and fit for habitation.  (8) The tenant is responsible for oiv  dinary cleanliness and repair of damages  caused by him while occupying the premises. ���   i       ���  (9) Acceleration clauses in a lease,  which meant that the whole rent for the  entire term became due upon default, are  not prohibited.  (10) There are some restraints being  imposed in respect to increasing the rent.  No increase in rent can be made in "the  first yt��ar of a tenancy agreement. After  the first year, three months' notice must  first be given by tho landlord before an  increase can bo made.  Subsequent to the introduction of this  Bill in the Legislature, a number of landlords attempted to increase the rent be-  for this Bill becomes law. Hence, the necessity for the Amendment was introduced  which has the effect or making tho restrictions on rental  increase retroactive.  The Bill also provides machinery for  Municipalities to establish a Landlord and  Tenant Advisory Bureau, This will enable ait Independent board to mediate in  disputes and advise both parties upon  disagreement  within a contract,  All disputes between landlord and  tenant under this legislation, will bo dealt  with in the Provincial Court, thus providing a quick, informal and less expensive  method of resolving such disputes.  rwj*afy'Tw}T^it  7% *��?*"*�����������. >w   **,>  .a     a     ^y,|l!F       ".a   a-��   F      '    }Z  ,- .a.  A"rr,,---7-,a��is**a��"*l ^klm^&f  'Yl St"'  ft a*!.W I J !(F.  i ii*  ha^^^^^. r-^'  *>��".       .  -    .ifsV  i^-ifi;-  aa-l-rJIj*^  S^./'IK'*-  - -v't  ���*JS��!aa^f>-i^*  *"~" l*,  -,*-a  ��  >rV-*^       ��,�� I-.* ,4 ���>     %  '-".iiW  1  a     a V   .,,-���* (5<k��V  ...,, uf>^>; * it ,\ rttf&h  -a-4.]F-<  .    , '       *_V a..  'S't  1  r  "%**  >*V|    tF,,!-,-"  &>i'fo  fc  at       a-     a.   l'*'*P*"' ,'"-5 I  '^#rlKM^  ^i  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  t  I  Langdale ��� Horseshoe Bay  Effective April 11 to June 4  There will be additional sailings both-ways to  accommodate increased traffic during the Spring  period to June 4. Schedules may be obtained at  ferry terminals, auto clubs, hotels, motels and  tourist bureaus.  For Information phone:  Langdale        8S6-2242   Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  Pourers  Although the Adult Education ceramic course has offiically ended,  work will certainly not end as students are fired with enthusiasm after  having produced such beautiful ceramic-ware. Still pouring at the last  class under' direction of instructor  Mrs. Bernice Chamberlin (right) is  Mrs, Agnes Skidmore. If enough  people are interested Mrs. Chamberlin would like to take a more advanced course next term.  SOMF.ONE WAITING  ���by Let* Hanney  Let there be someone who  In thc deep rc;ccsses or the loning soul  Searches for mo,  Touching again the hand that draws me on  Through  Eternity.  Down through the ages  pnst  Glimpses of hope I sue  Through the smiles and tears und thc love  That beckons to me.  Each life holds another lesson  To help me on  All through ���".'.edig.-t and the dnrkneus  'Til night  Is gone ...  Ani life has reached its completion ...  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FIRE  HALL, INLET AVE., Sechelt, B.C., April 20, 1970 at tho^ol^af^  SEVEN-THIRTY (7:30) O'clock P.M. at which place and hoiih I  will proceed to call for nominations and to tako the votes of tho  Electors present.  Tho said meeting will bo closed as coon as tho votes of tho  Electors present, and voting when vote* ara called, for, have been  counted.  "���".  DaNd this 2nd day of April, A.D. 1970.  Benjamin 0. Firth,  RoturnlnQ Officer  SSmMZ  H2H  d$^-uSx*^k&m<��m  'sa^si^ssas:^  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  MUSHROOMS ADD ZEST TO MUFFINS  Fresh mushrooms combine with sharp cheddar cheese and crisp  bacon to provide an interesting variation on the muffin theme. These are  so good that you will make them a regular part of your summer meal  plan, Serve mushroom muffins with wedges of Canadian Cheddar and  a hearty green salad for a satisfying lunch or supper. Leftovers toast  beautifully.  Mushrooms turn everyday dishes Into elegant dining. They demand  little preparation and quick cooking for best results. Simply rinse under  running water, slice and saute in any good fat. Thoy aro them ready to  add to sauces or casseroles or to serve as an extra vegetable,  MUSHROOM MUFFINSN  2 toaspoons sugar  1 cup grated sharp cheddar cheese  2 eggs beaten  2 tablespoons bacon fat  3/4 cup milk  1 tablespoon bacon fat for greasing  muffin cups  Prchcot oven to 375", Fry bacon in medium skillet until very crisp.  Remove from pan, crumblo and sot aside. Pour fat Into measuring cup  lo make 1/-1 cup, If not sufficient fat add vegetable oil to make 1/4  cup, Uso this when bacon fat Is called for,  -*.1  Pour 1 tablespoon fat back Into skillet. Saute mushrooms over high  heat 3 to 4 minutes.  Use 1 tablespoon fat to thoroughly grease 12lo 14 medium muffin  cups.  Sift flour, baking powder, salt and sugar Into medium size mixing  bowl. Add grated cheese and bacon. In a small bowl combine eggs| 2  tablespoons bacon fat, milk and mushrooms.  Add liquid ingredients to dry mixture. Stir lightly only until mixture is blended. Do not over beat.  Spoon Into muffin cups, Bake 20-25 minute* or until ligbtjv  browned. Serve hot or toasted. '���  3 slices bacon  V% lb. mushrooms finely chopped  1 tablespoon bacon fat  2 cups sifted all-purposo flour  3 teaspoons baking pawdor  1/2 teaspoon salt  ��insula PIumEiiii  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemlone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at .  .  .  HELENE'S  IFASHIOW SHOPPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  TOM'S    ,  OHYGOODS  CHILDBEDS a INFANTS'  WEAit  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  SIS  *FMFK��*Fr***F^a��i-aW��*F-'��-'*Fa^^  ggww  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES.  885-2283 - Secholt, B.C.  mgmmtrvMmt^mim  "��^W*i^^��S?*i��^  A  ^ \gt ^f*^m.f%f^,-^.f%^ tp,<0rJr* -^ryyii^AM-Aft^i^  &J&A   fil    A-V&LjlP.       *h    -A    -^F^*^art,J>^((^*.  *<**A!#fi Fisif to  Giiitalas  Wednesday, April 8; 1970        The, Ppn.nsulo" Xi'mes  ge B-3  By The Scouls  SHORTLY after noon on Easter Sunday  ' three scout patrols of the 1st Gibsons  Troop assembled at various points wait-"  in{�� to load into two trucks that were to  take them to a destination 10 miles northeast of Squamish.  One patrol, the Eagles, had gathered  at Seaside Plumbing. When their truck  arrived the Troop Scouter came over to  inspect kits. All Eagle kits were magni-  figently ineffective against wet weather  seemingly floating an a panoramic fairyland.  Throughout the hike Fred Love "and  Heinz Breu identified various rocks for  n-s. Among them granite, fool's gold  (pyrite), common and rose quartz, feldspar (a pinkish granite), mice, green  agate and silver schist. But now, Ron  Girard and his trusty second, Glen Beau-  dry were missing. They must have lagged  behind, for soon they staggered around  except   that  of   Eagle  One,   the   Patrol-   a craggy bluff with their clothing bulg  Leader, known in civil life as Ron Girard.  A glow of pride and a beam of delight  radiated from the Scouter's face as he  eyed Ron's pack completely and properly.-  covered with plastic sheeting (the pack,  Hot the face!)  "Take a look at the fine example set  by your P/L, you loafers," he called out in  a voice that made you think the stream  tug Prestige was getting underweigh  again. But no sooner had these words  escaped the foghorn when Ron's pack,  suddenly disintegrating beneath the  plastic, covering, exploded in a bright  array of delicate underthings. gaunchies  and PJs.  Crossing to Horseshoe Bay we set off  on our camping expedition. in the green  _aiid_j5jue.-pickupSaa._We_pLaimed:J,o- camp-  at Cat Lake, just a mile off the Pemberton highway. The senior scouts arrivad  first. Their job was to find a camping  site for their respective patrols. In a4-  dition to the "Y-cllow Chicken" Patrol  (Eagles), there were the. Stag ("skunk")  and Black Hawk ("sparrow") Patrols.   ^  After having located, favorable campsites tents were erected. The "skunks"  used four pup-tents to moderate the  smell, while the others u.sed Baker tents.  A Baker tent is one where the side be  comes the front so as to get more heat  from TheTire. I-atef oh you will read  how one of the Baker's got more fire  from the heat. A large log by the lakeside said, "Camp Guita-las."  The second truck soon arrived with the  remainder of the scouts bringing the total  to 20 noses ��� dirty, runny or scratchy.  With us there were also two Bleeders,  ������ er*,. Leaders, who could find their own  blinkin' camp sites;  Preparing for the evening meal the  Eagle's failed to light a fire and had to  cook on their Coleslaw stove. The other  patrols managed to ignite the forest. After  spewing up ��� er, stewing up our supper  we went for a flashlight hike around the  lake. This could have taken us 20 minutes  if we were greyhounds running at noon  on the day the Earth stood still.  Following this, a night stalking game  minus those who cross-trailed into the  swamp at the southeast corner of the  lake. We turned in just as Jack Frost  was sneaking out of the ground, sleeping  on boughs which we broke off trees.  In turn, the boughs broke our backs during the night.  The following morning we breakfasted  in true English-style bread, style cookies  and sour milk. At nine we were inspected  by the Gestapo.- Scouter Maxwell, assisted by Scout Counsellor-Harry Laing,  started each patrol off at 100 points and  deducted according to certain slackness  in neatness of site, water-proofing of tents,  cleanliness of kitchen area; garbage,  grease, refrigerator, and latrine pits; and  personal care of health. The patrol ending with the least number of points  would be encouraged to run up a steep,  '..j-mile hill trail and back. Funny though,  no one got to inspect headquarler's site.  After this warmrup, lustily cheered on  by the other two patrols, we set off on  a 10-mile mountain hike in search of u  cave lined with fool's gold. After three  hours we decided thut although the gold  was probably inside the, cave, the fools  were outside because we failed to locute  it. However, we did puss a great rock  slide and thought the cave might be  burled under it.  The hike took us near the base of  a great (iS00 ft, barrier on thc other  side of which, the map told us, crept the  Warren Glacier, nnd gave us u magnificent  view of gleaming, snow-capped Garibaldi peaks and ridges to the north. And  the   Howe  Sound   Islands   to  the  south  ing. "What's with you guys?" someone  asks. "We'll be rich." came the reply  as the iwo came closer, "We've got rocks  in our jackets "  "Yeah," asks another, "And what's  in your head?"   .  On return to camp two rafts were  constructed. One by the Stags, the other  by the Eagles. These twu patrols went  shore-line exploring while the Black"  Hawks sunbathed in the tropical heat.  The third day was particularly significant. The Eagles finally lit a fire. Then  they began cooking the dozen eggs Ahn  With hacl brought with him, which, during the truck ride and hike in, had been  thrown around, sat on, and dropped umpteen times yet none had broken. Then  -the Black Hawk's fire thi(ew a s~paTk~la"nio  the tent's mosquito netting and from  then on it was, "Welcome home, mosquitoes."  After inspection and a double jog up  arid down the hill for the slackest patrol  we were led by the three P/Ls on an  orienteering excursion using map and  compasses to find a particular lake with  an island in its middle. We found the  middle alright ��� the middle of the  jungle!  We never did find the lake but we  had lots'of fun trying. On the Way there  '(where?) we had to cross the Cheekeye  River, only four to five feet deep but  very fast flowing and icy c-c-cold (ask  Bill C-C-Christiansen) because its source  is at the six thousand foot level. Michael  Hauka was the first in. He fell from a  log suspended two thirds across the river  but supported like a pivot on a fulcrum  by a rock under its middle. A scout,  weighing down one end would balance  the log while another jumped across the  raging torrent. This worked fine so long  as the two boys were the same weight,  but when man-mountain Michael Hauka  started across, the log came unstuck and  Mike took an Olympic plunge into the  depths with the log close at his heels.  Simultaneusly the counter-weight, Ian  Fraser, was shot into the air in a spectacular demonstration of high-diving  technique.  Forced to shelve this method of crossing, Ian, his brain in shock from the  freezing water, suggested gallantly that, a  pole be suspended on the shoulders of  the biggest scouts who would stand on  boulders~ while the smaller boys would  swing across hand over hand. An excellent idea!  All went well 'til Bill Christiansen,  the last (except for the pole-supporters  who would have to vault across) to do  his Tarzan.bit, mysteriously let go midstream and disappeared below the swirl .:  ing grey-green waters. In an instant his  head bobbed up about' 10 feet downstream ��� a fine, rosy complexion on his  face. Dragged out, Alan With immediately  volunteered his shirt and sweater to the  victim who was now showing signs of life  ��� "I lost my chocolate bar."  Finding (or is il, losing?) ourselves  later in dense bush, John Volen decided  to climb a tree in an effort to locate the  missing lake. At 40 feet nothing was  sighted. Another scout, not satisfied by  John's report, Wanted to see for himself. But at 20 feet, not wishing to keep  his fellow scouts waiting, he fell out of the  tree and landed folding and rolling with  the expertise of a Judo fall. A tube of  toothpaste which dropped from the aero-  batist shot out of his pocket nnd embedded itself halfway Into tho ground.  "Routine incidents," the Troop  Scouter said.  Returning to camp wo fed and rested,  then set out on a war game that was  supposed to take half an hour. The Eagles  A ONE-PAY  for managers and supervisors in the logging industry will be held  8:00 a.m. to .3:30 p.m.  SATURDAY, APRIL ��lf��i, 1970  PENINSULA DRIVE-IN, SECHELT  Presented by the Truck-Loggers Associatfon as a service to its  'Q members, non-members are especially invited toortend with their  supervisory personnel.  Participants will be guests of the Association for luncheon.  To ensure adequate accommodation,.please advise the Association  office. Vancouver, of the number you expect to attend from your  operation. 684-42�� 1.  i-'assawgw^  Sija^^-ig^ajy^WMlg  ���x1 "T^TOf-p-w^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  and Black Hawks were taken by truck  to the other side of a dense 200 foot bluff  with the object of trying to cross it and  return to camp following an East magnetic course, without being caught by the  Stag Patrol which would approach from  the other side proceeding due West.  . The Stags reached the bluff above  the point where the others had been  unloaded from the truck, but there was  neither sound nor sign of the opposing  patrols. The Stags returned to camp. Two  and a half hours later the Eagles and  Black Hawks arrived back in camp only  to be saddened by the news that the game  was over. One casualty was reported  among the iate arrivals. Gerry McDonnell  had had an eyeball to eyeball dissertion  with a loose rock.  ^'Routine activity," the Troop Scouter  again told us.    '  0n the fourth and last day the "routine" ' activity- showed up in the shape of  a flat on the Scouter's truck. This got  us out of final inspection. When the flat  fixed we broke camp and headed for the.  -ferry.  It was "Goodbye, Camp Gutless." (our  nickname for the site.)  Rushing from Squamish for the 12:25  ferry we were stopped only five tin.a.s.  The tailgate dropped open. A ditched  road-roller had to be towed back onto  the highway. Two heavy rock slides had  to be cleared. Further on a fallen tree  was moved off the road. But we made  the ferry and soon everybody would be  enjoying the luxury of hot baths and  home-cooking.  What did the Troop Scouter have -,o  say about the 4-day trip?  .   "Jolly good routine camp, chaps."  Signed;   Heinz   Breu   ���  Alan   With   ���  Kelly  Hincks  COMMUNITY CALENDAR  Deadline for the Sunshine Cta-ast Lions  Community Calendar draws close. Get  in now your birthday, Anniversary and  club meeting dates in now together with  $2 and help local charitable projects.  Write box 93 Sechelt or phone 805-9504.  ID  D  8  B  f\  jl^,}SMX3S��!i%SS%Xg;  Pollution i�� an individual problom. Much of it is caused by   |  obsolete homo disposal systems. fe  Proper decomposition of household wastes requires oxygen  ���lot"* of oxygon���and no sopllc tank con provide this.  But fho patonted new Cromaglass System can and does.  Tills compact unit for single homos continually pumps oxygen  through waste matter to docomposo it into harmless neutral  elements boforo it leavos lho tank.  Effcctivo In soils with poor absorption. Practically ollmlnatei  the possibility of well contamlnallin. Satisfies most local  regulations that prohibit septic tanks.  Dost of all, Hie Cromaglass System needs noxl to no maintenance and is tow In coil. Easy to Install, too.  Call ut far full dataltit  1. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Tank  2. Access 11.1 3. Pmtlclo flrMk-up Compatlment  , tnrr.0 Filter retains solids until oxIdUcd 5-6. Aeration System  7-8. Air Compressor nnd Motor 9. Alnrm System  HnrMvtaMM^t,.*.* af^yt-a-f*-,<*���-}��� -J  NORTOEiM tpyttlFDCAfI  1520 W. Georgia. Vancouver, B.C.  ICES UTO.  Phono MU2-3764  SiitisWtiu Coast Dealer: STANDARD MOTORS, Secfielt, B*C.'�� Phono 8S5-S4S4  br HIGHLAND SEPTIC TAf��i SEUVBCE, Squamish*, 'B.C. - Phono 892-8231  Preview  Making a date with the public for  ne.xt Monday's Port Mellon. Hospital  Auxiliary's "Age of Aquarius" Fashion Show at Port Mellon Community  Hall are Mrs. Eleanor Wolverton;  Mrs. Lorraine Goddard and Miss  Angela Willis. Latest styles for tiny  tots to grandmothers will be featured  with the "Back Woods Brass" providing intermission music which together with light refreshments arid  the drawing of lucky tickets should  make for a very entertaining evening.  Effective May 1st the Regional District* will bo increasing water  pressure throughout the water supply, system yhich includes Sechelt,  West Sechelt-, Selma Park. Davis Bay, Roberts Creek and Gower  Point.  Section 14.3 of the Sunshine Coast* Regional District Water  Rate's and Regulation Bylaw is reprinted for the information of  all users.���  r "  "A sand strainer, pressure regulator, and relief valve shall bo  installed by the owner on the water service of very building when  the initial pressure of the street main in proximity to the building  amounts to or exceeds seventy-five (75) pounds. (This clause shall  not apply to premises where the total service does not exceed one*  cold supply tap.)  Gordon Dixon  Superintendent  mm^wmttmam^*  *m.-jfri^->  .,rf&m*ufciL  ��%��� ^u^>^^A^A^^,^^f^y >**^*s*^*^\v\.  A c  ���pT,*"-"t"ftjij(gjrBP^ 1  lU-W  You won't hoar that quostfon bandlod  about too ofton in a Volkswagon showroom.  Pooplo havo como to think that a Volkswagon Is a Volkswagon is a Volkswagen.  Which Is a pily. Docauso ovor tho past  3 yoars, wo'vo mado ovor 75 improvements.  To tho onglno. Suspension. Interior.  Dolilnd it all is our old fashioned notion  that it makes a lot moro eonso to work on tho  way a car works ovory yoar, than to play  around with tho way It looks.  Sowo dovoto our lima to making parts  that woro good, bottor; things that woro noar  porfoct, porfoct.  And that's tho reason wo don't havo a  lot of big, fantastic changes to shout  about ovory yoar.  No news Is good naws.  Copping Motors Ltd.  CORNER SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY ft, WHARP RD./SECHflT/B83-20t2  \  -M^NhfaMMfa^Mhrfl  '������'^���l^aVlIan-I       *   I***!   ��������l-^��''  ��� ��� i��Lii%n r  ������   - - ��� + **���*  ���v^m fc ���*, -A r* At a-ft 4 (���  <M^^ak-<����^��. >�����. jMkiM.11^, >^i *w.h> �����*���**.'��* ���**. m -pi >4hmmm  ����� +*Jrma*<,*.*0m.-��m���ii.**.***+t.''+i** -Ii .."fj ���n��-��.l���** ���, *,.**. ^ a ���**-�� ������� -a* .�����, .^ ���*,*-, m  m *  m*\i *  fl  Pago B-4 Tho Ponfnsuta TTmdsr  Wednesday, April 8, 1970  Sechelt Notes  MR. HARR".? Paver of Bradner, a friend  of the Art Redmans for many years  is a visitor at their home. Mr. Payer is  well-known as a long time worker for  the Bradner Daffodil Show. A bulb grower  fqr many years, he was one of the organizers of tho well-known show.   '  Mrs. Norman Thornley paid a brief  visit to her sister and brother-in-law Mr.  and Mrs. Art Redman.  Thc Ben Langs have returned after a  trip to Port Alice where they visited  daughter Anne and her husband Irvin,  Lissa and Michael.  Mrs. Deible is visiting her daughter  Mrs. Ben Lang for a few days.  Visitors at the home, of Mrs. A. A,  French during the holiday were Mr. and  Mrs. John McKenzie of Victoria and Mr.  and Mrs. Dave Daly of Portland, Oregon.  Mr. .and Mrs. Harold Beninger with  son Bruce' went to Radium Hot Springs  over the holiday.  Flying  here  from Duncan  to renew  old acquaintances was Bob Payne who  was  amazed  at   the   changes   since   he  -^orked~here-1or~the~1ate~Gus-Crucil.   Larry Johnson and Phillip McNutt of  Wilson Creek discovered in bush area,  pages from 1902 and 1903 copies of The  School Journal published in the United  States.  Library and museum  tops Centennial list  Chapter No. 65 OES  installs Worthy Matron  INSTALLATION   of   Gladys  Booker ."as  Worthy Matron of,Mount Elphinstone  Chapter No. 65 O.E.S. was held April 2nd  .in Roberts Creek, Masonic Hall.  Installing officers were Zoe Eades  P.M. and Win Kirkham P.G.M.  Officers for the. 1970-71 season are:  Worthy Matron Gladys Booker; Worthy  Patron John Donnelly P.P.; Associate  Matron Lori Bryson; Associate Patron Ed.  Shaw P.P.; .Secretary, M. Hauka; Treasurer, Bessie Shaw P.M.; Conductress,  Ruth Harrison; Associate conductress,  Wilma .Sim; Chaplain, Marg Trueman;  Marshall, D. Aitchison, P.M.; Organist,  Eleanor White: Adah, Nancy Douglas;  Ruth, Jean Whitla; Esther, Catherine  Franske, P.M.; Martha, C. Cameron;  Electa, Mary Gorddn Warden, Emily  Quigley P.M.; Sentinel, Robert Qiugley  P.P.  After the beautiful and impressive  ceremony, members retired to the banquet room. decorated with floral arrangements of violets and pink carnations. Tiny  birds in gilded cages made very attractive  table ^decorations.  Complex problem . ��'.;  pponents ��I slash burning  TSIEFTING���of���the Gibsons    Centenniifc  Committee, held recently at the Mun-  icipar Hall, revealed large support for a  Library and Museum as a Centennial  . project. A curling and ice rink came he.xt  but was later moved impractical by a  process of elimination.  Total of fifty-five suggestions were-  obtained by. ballot and included twelve  proposals. Twenty favored the Library  Museum, thirteen a curling and ice rink,  seven a recreation centre, five a swimming pool, two favored a go-cart track  and the following received one vote each;  Old folks home, benches in the village,  Armours Beach improvements. Totem  pole and art in the park, Brothers Park  improvements, art centre, walking trail.  All proposals were taken into consideration and a list of seven suggestions were  retained for further investigation regarding costs and feasibility. These were:  Library, Library and Museum, Brothers  Park improvements, Village centre park  improvements, benches in the village,  Armour Park improvements, totem pole  or art project.  Committee comprised; Walter Valanci-  ous, Ken Crosby, Ross Gibsons, Dave  Johnston, Mrs. K. Archer, Mrs. Morrison  and Mr. Peters. Next meeting is set for  Wednesday  April   15th.  Halfmoon Bay artists  combine Art exhibits  NOW starting its third year of service to  the community, the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council Gallery, in Sechelt, is beginning to develop its own traditions. One  of these is thc annual display of the  work of artists living in the Halfmoon  Bay area. This group was thc first to  book the Gallery for thc 1970 season  back in October and their faith in the  continuing success of the Gallery has  been  encouraging   to  the   Arts  Council.  This year, eleven artists from Halfmoon Bay, Redroofs, Welcome Beach and  Secret Cove have** contributed paintings  for thc exhibition and will include a wide  variety of subjects; landscapes, still life,  portraits and sea-scapes and a wide variety of individual styles and preferences  in use of media, oils, watercolors and  acrylic.,  The artists include Gladys Bcntham,  Olive Clear. Hazel Ellis, Dorothy Hall,  Jim Mcccham, Marjoric Morgan, Phyllis  and Shelley Moore, Ruth Stone, Alice  Toth and Joyce Williams, Old-timers in  Ihe Halfmoon Bay area have been joined  this year by -several newcomers to tho  Sunshine Coast.  The display will be featured until  April lfl and will be followed by an-  other regular exhibiting group Sechelt  Elementary School,  Seven   Red   Cross   Outpost   Hospitals  .serve remote areas of British Columbia.  TIDES FOR THE IEEE.  APRIL 8th TO APRIL 14th  8     1243 am    9.1  W. 0601 am  14.0  0108 pm    2.4  0811 pm  14.3  11  Sa.  0328 om 11.5  0716 am  12.4  0318 pm    3.5  1116pm  13.9  9     0133 am  10.1  Th. 0631 am  13.6  0148 pm    2.4  0906 pm  14.3  12  Su.  0458 am  11.2  0756 am'11.7  0403"Pm    4.2  10  0223 am  11.0  Fr.  0656 om 13.1  0228 pm    2,8  1011 pm 14.1  13  M.  1221 am  13.0  0703 am  11.3  0801 am  11.0  0503 pm    5.0  14  0126am  "������������tr       Tu. 0053 am  ^               0956 am  0608 pm  13.7        .  10.6     ---A.  10.4       *  5.6  WE  NOW HAVE THE  NEW  TIDE BOOKS IN STOCK  ���  ROTOTILtCRS  ���  ��� RIDING LAWNMOWERS ���  PIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT  AUTHORIZED DEALERS for  ��� Mcr<ury Outboard**  ��� Pioneer Chain Saw*  ��� Conodicn Chain Sow*  ��� Homclito Chain Sawn  ��� Stihl Chain Saw*  UfPAlK - PARIS - SERVICE  CM SAW CENTRE  COMMUNITY CALENDARS  Sunshine Coast Lions seek more participants for their annual Community  Calendar project. Send in family birthday  dates or club meeting dates together  with $2.00 to Box 93 or phone 885-9504  and help worthwhile charitable causes in  the community.  Sticker  on   a   Hollywood  sports  car:  Help "stamp outjalTgngi.'"  ��� Politeness is the art of selecting anpng  one's real thoughts.  DR. P. Haddock and Dr.-J. Kiinmins of  the Faculty of Forestry at U.B.C. were  speakers at a meeting sponsored by the  Sunshine Coast Environment Protection  Society at Gibsons Rod and Gun Club on  Friday. Those who attended gained a wilder understanding of the many complex  problems involved.  Fire, Dr. Kimmins explained is a natural phenomenon, and properly controlled  is a useful took in forest management.  Burning of excess material reduces a very  real fire hazard*, tends to favor the growth  of Dougles Fir over Hemlock and Cedar,  reduces aciditly and helps control disease,  and economically is the cheapest. However in some situations it can cause severe erosion problems, flash flooding, loss  of fertility when nutrients arc lost to  the area through run off and in the  smoke. To further complicate the problem  usually ��Jhe areas where the fire hazard  is the greatest are those where slash-  burning .will^cau^e greatest damage to  the biological cycle and impede "or" pre-"  vent natural regeneration.  Alternatives are being considered and  Dr. Kimmins mentioned methods of one-  pass logging and re-logging ii* use in the  Seymour watershed which are considerel  economically feasible in that area because of proximity to mills. In some areas  a huge machine for crushing slash back  into,thc ground is being tried out.  Sustained yield or planned forest management is becoming essential ^as���easily  -accessible growth along the roasts is log^  Eastern Canada and the States and start  using good forestry principles to maintain  fertility and at the same time improve  productivity by prompt re-stocking.  This too involves a complex study of  the factors involved and the variations inherent in different conditions. However  Dr. Haddock was hopeful that before wc  have used up the existing marketable  timber in B.C. wewi 11 have an efficient  system working which by carefully controlled genetic breeding will decrease rotation time and bring the crop to maturity in a shorter period of time so that we  need only utilise 'the most suitable land  for timber production.  This may well result in a conflict of  Haddock stressed the importance of the  interest in the matter of land use and Dr.  average citizen .vho influence the government to take the right action rather  than the experts.  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