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Array ���V-a..,-...  *.vw.*w  ."-.\**r  a-   -  -a, "a,   a.    *   a��, -a^ -��-a^al  ,*-tf  * ���-����� *������������������>��� ��s  $30,000 estimate  (Miid IliSEfei  lil?  t-JtT(-|^.^i..i|    fci-.-W J  K.rt-aJ  West Canadian Graphiq,  1606 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9, D.C.  J;Lji  SUNSHINE     Coast     Regional   District  Operating budget for 1970 adopted  by the Regional Board on March 20th  gives the following anticipated expenditures/ " .*���'-' ���'"������" ".'.'���  Administration costs $41,710 plus 1969  deficit $384 less Government grant $6,000  gives an amount $36,094 to be requisitioned throughout, the District. Last year's  figure was $34,277.  Garbage collection and disposal in  specified areas, estimated'at $30,000 less  1969 surplus $9,050 leaves a requisition  of $20,950.  Operating cost of garbage disposal  dumps to be requisitioned throughout the  district, $12,000. less 1969 surplus $8,404  leaves req. $3,596.  Building inspection $11,000 less $2,439.  surplus, less $4,000 revenue gives a requisition of $4,561.  Planning $11,000 less 1969 surplus  $4,704. less government grant $5,000  leaves a requisition of $1,296.  Elections and referenda estimated at  $3,000 less $2,373 surplus -- $627.  WATER SUPPLY  Operating cost of water supply and  distribution is estimated at $123,000;  anticipated revenue $113,000 necessitating  borrowing of $10,000.  FIRE PROTECTION  Roberts Creek district��� $6,000, to be  requisitioned-* in Roberts Creek area.  West Howe Sound ��� $5,750 plus 1969  deficit- $250 gives $6,000 required.  LIGHTING  Gambler Bylaw No.  $75 surplus ��� $100.  Langdale Bylaw No.  $65 ��� $835.  Davis  Bay  Bylaw  No.  less $582 surplus ��� $2,238.  Granthams Bylaw No. 40 ��� $900.  Selma Park ��� $900 plus $344 deficit  ��� $1,244.  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons; Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy. Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing. Earl Covo, Egmont  Ltd*,  o  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mall  Volume 7, No.-18  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1970  $175  )  less  18  17 ��� $900  less  19  ���  $2,820  /.:  a-*- ��rf t      <*. f&'^T^jZ*'  \  \  A  "^a-  /  Department ruling .  Megiona.  re  istrict  :o mere  ayof s  tractors  RECENT statement by a couple of Directors of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District to the affect Jhat they consider  themselves to Be Mayors and, indeed,  councils unto themselves, was questioned  by Mayor Wally Peterson of Gibsons and  clarified last week by the Department of  Municipal Affairs.  Furore arose when Mayor Peterson  questioned the actions of Director "Frank  West regarding the proposed Gibsons  sewer outfall. West had written the Pollution Control Board a Director without  first bringing the matter te-the Board.  He later told the Board he* had written  as a Director representing his particular  area. Both he and Director Lorne Wol-  verton insisted they were in a position of  Mayor and feel free to act upon their  own. Wolverton went a step further and  said he considers himself Mayor of his  area and in fact a council "I do not give  a damn what the Department of Municipal  Affairs thinks," he added.  Suggestion by Mayor Peterson that  ard obtain guidance on this matter fitom Victoria was first protested but  finallmagreed upon following comment by  Direction Norm Watson that he could  \see/nq|;hing wrong with obtaining an  interpretation from Victoria.  Mayor Peterson also wrote the Department and the following reply, received last week, makes abundantly clear  the fact Directors are not kingdoms unto  themselves and are precisely the same  as a village alderman.  C. H. L. Woodward, Director Municipal  Administration Division, writing to Mayor  Peterson, states;  In reply to your letter of March 4th,  in its fundamental elements the role of  a Director of a regional district is analogous to thai of a member of Council. He  does not possess the special powers and  responsibilities of a Mayor as specified in  section 179 of the Municipal Act. He may  act as the sounding board of public opinion for the area he represents and should  be one of the channels by which matters over which the regional district has  jurisdiction may be brought to the attention of tjlieJ-Joard.  The Director, as the case may be. is  the elected or appointed representative  of the people, or the municipality he  represents on the Regional Board but  has no special governing powers in respect of regional or local matters.  The Regional- Board is the governmental institution for the region insofar  as  it   is  empowered   to  act  within   the  'V  ��� * ���*���*..  .s-  /  f~  /  J. -  ,       .       4  Invests locally  Sec  elf m Pisfric  acquires own touris  SUCCESSFUL tourist   bureau instituted  last year by the Sechelt and District ���  Chamber of Commerce and operated by  a group of efficient lady volunteers  is  taken a step further this year with purchase, by the Chamber, of a small house j  trailer for use as a mobile tourist bureau.  Last year the Chamber paid the sum of  $50 per month for an office located in the  Bus Depot. Unfortunately, although convenient in some ways, |t was not possible  to display a sign, further, it was felt a  trailer could be established adjacent to  the large Chamber sign near Peninsula  Motors where lots of parking is available  and in a prominent location. The trailer  will be easy .to tow away during winter  months and over a period of a few years  will save a substantial sum in office  rental. Purchased locally it cost only  $500 and even though a little small it  could be sold at a later date and a larger  model, obtained.  Another advance- for the Chamber is  production of its own brochures. Rather  than send funds raised locally to the  lower mainland it was decided to expend  available capital on local projects. The  trailer Tourist Bureau was one. brochures  came next and consequently some twelve  thousand   eight  page   folders  have  been  Lower Mainland, April 6th in Vancouver.  Three priorities were on the books and  included Highway 101 reconstruction, a  road through from Port Mellon to Wood-  fibre and a bridge across the Agamemnon  Channel. It. was considered that the latter  two were impractical at this time but  the reconstruction of Highway 101, promised by Premier W. A. C. Bennett during the last election campaign, should  be pursued.  It was subsequently decided to make  the highway priority number one and  improvement of the ferry system serving  the Sunshine Coast as number two. It  was suggested two priorities might have  greater chance than would three.  Present at the special meeting were:  Pender Chamber President' Peter Berija-  field, Markel Myers and John West. Sechelt President Joe Benner, Doug Wheeler  and Lloyd Hansen. From Gibsons, Bill  Wright and Winston Robinson.  Turned on  It may be April 1st but there will  be no April Fooling with the water  supply at Roberts Creek which was  turned on today exactly three years  after formation of Sunshine Coast  Regional District which has undertaken the function of water' supply.  Hard pressed in the summer months,  Roberts Creek should now have ample supply and no-one is happier than  the volunteer fire brigade. Pictured  fromleft4urning on the hydrant are:  Fire Chief Stan Rowland; Lieutenants  Chuck Barnes and Sharon Kraus and  Regional District works superintendent Gordon Dixon.  Remanded for sentence  false pretence charge  APPEARING before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last Tuesday March! 24th in  Gibsons, Joseph John Boser of Port Mellon entered a plea of guilty to a charge  of obtaining money from the Department  of Social Welfare by false pretences.  Court was told that Boser had received  a total of $4,264.00 from January 1st 1969  to March 12th 1970. During this time he  has earned an income from selling shakes.  He was remanded to April 14th for  sentence.  Clifford Dempster, of.Gibsons, charged  with driving a motor vehicle while his  blood contained more than 80 Milligrams  of alcohol, was fined $300 and prohibited  from driving anywhere in Canada for a  period of one month. Breathalyzer showed  a reading of .20%.  Barry Barnhart, charged with being  a minor in possession of liquor, was fined  $50.  Following a number of remands,  Thomas G. Powell of Roberts Creek  finally faced trial last Wednesday March  25th on a charge of driving a motor  vehicle while his blood contained more  than 80 milligrams of alcohol.  Clocked by radar near Selma Park last  February 20th Powell was followed by  RCMP and after passing a number of  cars through Davis Bay he was finally  stopped and charged.  Found guilty as charged he was fined  $300 and suspended from driving for three  . **   a*!--���-,  U'T J*?*",  functions assigned to it by Letters Patent    ordered at a reasonable figurc and pald  B.C.  Representative  Flying to Regina on April 6th, grade  11 Elphinstone student Steven Lee  will represent British Columbia at  the Red Cross Youth National Convention. Steven will also attend the  51st Annual Convention of the Caria?  dian Red Cross Society B.C. & Yukon  Divn. in Vancouver April 5-6th.  Elph  bring  instone students  merits to school  and this implies, in our view, that the  individual Director or any committee of  t|ie Board does not have thc power or  the right, to act independently.  While the Regional Board is comprised  of members representing different areas,  it must operate as an integral unit with  one voice. It cannot function in any other  way. The Board must be supreme in decisions affecting the region. This is modified only to the extent necessary to ac-  commadatc functions of the regional district that are participated in by some of  thc member areas only.  for by  local  merchants who subscribed  to advertising.  At the last executive meeting held  Wednesday March 25th at thc Peninsula  Drive-in Dining Lounge, it was reported  a special meeting, had been called Monday March 23rd between representatives  of the Gibsons, Sechelt and Pender  Harbour Chambers.  Object of tho meeting was to decide  upon three Highway priorities for submission to the Annual Meeting of thc  Associated Chambers of Commerce of the  ">*��� *wv^yy*y^'*t'*,*v '^*^riy-m*rf*)^i^*a***^  P>  *m  w  DONALDA Louise Grant, a student in  Grade i) at Elphinstone Secondary  School, won an Honorable Mention Award  in the 10(5!) Madge Hogarth Essay Contest, which in a contest open to native .student*, attending secondary schools  throughout British Columbia, Besides the  prize of $10 won by Donalda, an anthology of Indian poems and stories was presented to Elphinstone Secondary School  library on   Donalda'.s  behalf.  Steven I-4i\ an Elphinstone Secondary  School ���Mu'-Vnt,' has been selected lo represent British Columbia at the Notional  Meeting of the Canadian lied Cross in  Hogliia on April (i, 7 and ft. In recent  months Steven was asked lo servo on the  Provincial Committee of Ihe Hetl Cross,  The work of the Junior lied Cross  clubs has become so outstanding and Important to, the lied Cross Society, that  each province has been asked to send one  reprisoiililivo of the.,., clubs lo the National Meeting, This reprosonlallvc will  be given full delegate and voting status,  ll*. her letter l.i Mr. T, Kllwood. Principal or Klphln.Nlone, Mrs, I. Service, the  Director far lit (I Crn.-,s Youth for B.C.  and Ihe Yukon said:  "I would also like you to know that  your schod was chosen boeiuso ol. the excellent record" |i hold--, in Ihe work of Ihe  Ihd Cross Yoiilh, I would suggest lhal.  this outstanding club Ins not only had  promising interested students wllh leadership ability bid l�� l�� -"���'*'��� oiit.iliii.dlng  dm* to lis �� xivllcnt sponsors In lho persons of Mr.., Ilankln and Mrs. Day, Moth  have been Midi *���*.*��� and wonderful."  The .Junior lied Cross Club at .'Uphill-  (Mont* has iui out: t.inilinr. record of service  This dub In;, it cunilniilni; project which  llivolvis Mipi'lvln,: a schoil in (.recce, Il  ha?, rent clothim*. to |*.*.lutrd Indian school*.  The club also sci.1 parapl.T.ic equipment  tu Allien Tin* l*'lphln-*lnnc Club has a  eoiiiad. i able oveneas outreach, Invlng  .-(������nlriHu!- <! !<��� .mere,' ney o)>er.��tk>n-�� In  Korea, lllat'ra, I'eiu, and the West Indies.  This club ha** also given service locally,  plovidlni! needed llelllh services to some  cIHf-ch-i and an aillliclal eye to a Kain-  liiiip.. mail.  REGISTERED  NURSES  SUNSHINE Coast Chapter of Registered  Nurses Association of B.C. will be  holding a Dinner Meeting at the Coast  Inn, Gibsons on April ("th at 7 p.m, Mrs.  Neylan, Associate Professor and Director  of Continuing Nursing Education will be  guest speaker. Any nurses interested in  attending please call Teddo Benson at  1186-2053.  OFFICIAL GUEST  Head of Elphinstone Secondary School  English Department, Mr. L. Peterson,  will be official guest of the University  of Victoria at its Fourth Annual Humanities and Science Symposium April  3rd and 4th, Mr, Peterson, sponsor of  many extra-curricular activities throughout the year, will arrompany Grade 12  student Danan Gregory who will present  a paper to the Symposium,  CARD PARTY  Sunshine Coast (lolf and Country  Club is now holding weekly Card Parlies  for members and friends, each Wednesday,  at ?*.".() p.m. in the Club House. Last  week's winners were; Door prize, Mrs,  Doris I'lingle; Isl l.rirtge winners, Morris  Nygren and Albeit Crowhurt; 2nd Bridge,  Larry and Inn Held; 1st Crib, Mrs, G.  HoseY, 2nd Crib, Mrs. Ivy Foidlor.  PLAYGROUND PROJECT  Seeking funds to help operate lho  annual playground program. Gibsons  Kinettes have been busy selling Easter  baskets during Ihe holiday week, Money  raised will help pay lor supervisors who  have been to a workshop in Vancouver,  The playground project will operate five  days a week and five hours dally, It will  include games, wading pool activities etc,  TV Bingo slated  for Friday, April 24  SUNSHINE Coast Lions are participating  in, the Province wide Lions TV Bingo  slated   for  Friday  April   24th   at   11:30  p.m. on Channels 6 and 8.  Considerable interest is anticipated  for Bingo popularity has. "reached fantastic proportion, both locally, provinciaUy  and internationally. Prizes! ' amount to  $12,000 in cash will add to the attraction  of the Lions TV Bingo and members suggest home parties might add to thc enjoyment.  Cards are available at one dollar each  from various local stores, named elsewhere in an advertisement in this week's  Times.  months.  Roberts Creek Firemen  to construct Fire Hall  ROBERTS Creek Volunteer Fire Department marked up its first Anniversary  March 21 and held its first Annual meeting March 23 at which time officers for  the coming year were elected.  With two trucks, adequate equipment  and a group of dedicated men and women volunteers, the community how has a  service to be proud of. With water now  available through hydrants and a new  building planned for the near future, the  job will, become somewhat easier.  Volunteer service with the Fire Department is open to any men* .or women  of the Roberts Creek area. '  Elected officers arc: Chief Stan Rowland; Deputy Chief. Jack Eldred; Captains  (1) Glen. Krausc; (2) Robert Cotton; Lieutenant, (1) Mrs. Sharon Krause; (2) Chuck  Barnes; Chairman, Jack Eldred; Secretary  Mrs. Betty Fitzpatrick; Treasurer.-. Jim  Setchfield.  Chamber of Commerce  mmwE  o  HON, Isabel Daw-ton MLA has backed  off from attending a meeting of tho  Pender Harbour and Egmont Chamber of  Commerce, set for April 20th due, it  seenis, to a rather more Important engagement elsewhere.  Chamber members have expressed  disappointment for it had been hoped to  question the Minister without Portfolio  regarding certain election-time promises.  Most notable of those, of course, was a  promise made at Powell River by tho  Premier that Highway 101 reconstruction  would be Included In this year's budget,  Since bis budget speech as Finance Chairman, and that of tho Highways Minister,  there has been a very significant silence  on the subject and a oonslplcuou'i absence  of the MLA in the district.  At a recent meeting It was noted that  with retirement of Dave Pollack, the local  Highways Department foreman a sub-  foreman will take over the duties under  the Gibsons foreman, This was considered  unsatisfactory In that It Is both Impractical  and uneconomical for him lo have to  obtain approval from either Gibsons or  North Vancouver in order to carry out  work,  It  was moved a letter be sent  Roads  Second in series  lilfiil ipeiriildwrs  tsiil iaSijitaiir  ,   4'''-L*P5^s.       ^  Literary ability  stone  -sHHlont!.  (if kratio fl  Donalda  Grant  tins  won   her   an honorable   mention   in  Province wide essay contest. Donalda  i.s pictured hero before the imnres-  Spcclnl   Honour '  Elpliin-    sive .stair-well mural at I,.l|....nsloiie.  depleting traditional   Indian "Mytho  logicnl   fifnireK,   Hi,' *work   of   fellow  students Tony Paul and Brian Lottie  *of Sechelt.  OWNF.IIS, managers and supervisors In  the truck lodging operations on the  Sunshine Coast will attend a one.day  seminar, Saturday, April Hlh in the  banquet rorui. of ihe peninsula Drive-m,  Serhelt. The ,'fininnr will ronmrrnrc with  u "entice break", 11:0(1 to H'.'IO am. with  the profram r.cttinK under way ptomptly  al n:.1(l and concludlni; id "l "<> pm.  Undei  the niiiplees of The Truck Log  geis AsMiciation. this -cnilnar is piovidcd  rot.rtcsv Of  The  ,A*"'��ortiitioi. n**.   a  irrvjre  lo mi'iiibci,. anil all  other  companies <n  caged In the tuuk locclng indu-dry. Part  Iclpanls  will  id* o  l*e  i;ue*t*,  ol .The Association  al   luncheon,  The   progiimi   ha:,   been   "eU:.tont-de-  signed" and will be conducted tor the  Association by the NDL Management  Institute. Vancouver. This Is the second  ol a series of seminars, the first ol which  attracted u full-house attendance in Alb-  erni last Novcmbei, It involves a high  degree ot group dbcm* Ion and exchange  of practical lnf'��rmaiion anjl Ideas to  prove the productivity and prcl.lt of the  rompanles repif!ented  in mill i' lo inMate udi-tjuule meeUiu-;  niraiiijoincnl'., It I*. Impol taut that all  iiperaliil*. nulifv Tin* Association olliee  ill Vaiioouvoi by mall or telephone ol the  nuinbei ol pet,* on*, they e\pet I lo have  iitteiiding -   not later than April I'lh,  '  .     .   .     ..".'��� ������>  Superintendent Mr, W, Underwood pointing out that a full time mechanic could  be kept busy the year round maintaining  equipment  in the Pender  Harbour area,  PARK DEVELOPMENT  ��� n Due to the ever increasing numbers,  of campers to the area, it was suggested  a letter be sent to the Minister of Re-  ������ercatlon and Conservation emphasizing  need for development of the waterfront  park, acquired last year at  Garden Bay.  WHARF REPAIRS  President Peter Honjafiold drew attention lo the fact that the Government  Wharf has not been receiving adequate  maintenance, Such work Is responsibility  of the Harbour Master. It was therefore  suggested a letter be sent the Department of Transport requesting a list of  duties of the Harbour Master.  The President also commented on the  fact that there an* presently only three  members In the Madeira Park Fire Department, He stressed the need for new  members.  NARROWS IiniDGf.'  Subject of a bridge across the Narrows was discussed and It was decided to  keep the subject alive and that a letter  he sent the Highways Minister pointing  to the need of such a bridge In lieu ot  the hospital now situated at Secholt, Also  tho lact that the area Is now In a Fire  Protection   District,  Firemen move fast  save seafroni home  KIKHY bla/e <,n th.  .Sechelt waterfront at  nom mi Good Fiiday sent the two Serin ll   Volunteer rire trucks racing to tho  fcene  I'lrc Ii;ul bi.il.ii. out in the w.nl-,..lmp  housed in a sipar.ile huHdiit,; belonging  to Mi mil Mis. AivhI Nelson and the  cedar sh.dte ioof was'abla/e. Within ulln-  was quelled  letnovini; serious  llles the  (in  tlui at lo nearbv hole is  I'm luoilelv no one was In Ihe build-  ii,/ situated on Ihe leas, d Indian laud he-  \ond lh<* ('lunch mid tin* two tanker  tt ucks win- able to replenish then walei  supply at a m .atry hyrtrj.nl. >'���*+��������'-��� *r*tr^f> +m'*^&^*i4^ti mwm^v<^^r vH^y-yvvvv '���i-e-^W'-Mr^1 ��-*mf wn-irfur^-"  ���i��*��rfvV%iiiti  Page 2    The Peninsula Times, Wednesday,, April 1, 1970          ���������' ������*���-*- *���*'���������    ���*���    ���������   ���t- ���  ��������� ��� ���-��� ���-������������*-. -���   ���"  yMWM'.a'"*^^  ThePenTNSULA^w-w^ Sechelt - Phone 88S-96S4  REAL ESTATE  REAL ESTATE (contfnued)      REAL- ESTATE (Cont.)  REAL ESTATE (Continued)      LOST  Classified  aWa*.uuuu��uw]iM'��'nrnnnnr.r.Twinnn'rin''T'^  ������������-���  Published Wcdnc|day by  Thp Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established'1963  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  HEAVY   duty   rotovator.   Ph.'  SS6-2S97. 4017-tfn  WANTED  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30. 1969  Gross Circulotion 2526  Paid Circulation 2287  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to oudit.  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion .���>������... _75c  Three  Insertions  a _a.t$l.50  "Extra lines (4 words) _..15c  (This rote does notoppty to  .    -soiflmerciol Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers , 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs pot paid by  puWicoribt. date. "  legal or "Reader edvertising 35c  ���per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Bricfs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rerc*������  By moil. Peninsula oreo ..$5.00 yr.  By moil, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  8y moil, speciol citizens ~'$3 yr.  By carrier ���a a_a���_S0e month  CbMING EVENTS  TWIa^ffl"Tl:lE^I?F  Gibsons  Wed., Thur., Fri... April 1,  2.  & 3 at S p.m. & Sat., April 4  at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.  THE APRIL FOOLS  Starring Jack Ix-mmon &  Calhe'rin DersSuvo in  Color.  Sun.. Apr. 5 at 7 p.m., & Mori.,  Tue.. Wed., .\pr. 6. 7, &  S at  S p.m.  ME, NATALIE  Starring Patty Duke in Color  4223-18  OBITUARY  RITCHIE *��� On March 27,  1970," Prances Catherine  "Ritchie of Selma Park survived by her loving husband  Thomas: one son Thomas; 3  grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; 2 brothers a*\i*chie &  Dave; 3 sisters. Elizabeth,  Mary and Olive. Funeral service was held on Tuesday,  "March 31st at 4:15 p;m. from  the Family Chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C. Rev. Canon Ala?. Greene  officiated. Cremation; no flowers by request. 4215-18  PERSONAL  ''WISH to contact "L.D.S. mem-'  bcrs. Phone 885-9547 or 88f>-  2546 3790-tfn  ALL     Commonwealth     Trust  Company   losers   please   Ph.  885-2804. * 4157-18-  AI-COHOLTCS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thurs-  dnv's, Wilson Creek Cornrnun-  itv Hall, Ph. 885-flS27, ��B'S-  207.. or Mr. & Mrs. Btt.r,-23r*f*.  410..-. fn  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   nnd   Repaired  Profession.tlly  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phono 885-2846  -'.'���.'..fi-m.  WORK WANTED  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J. M. Hayes at Sechelt,  B.C. Phone 385-9962.  2S37-tfn  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender   Harbour  area.   Call  Sechelt .Agencies Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-trn.  .\BPLICATlONS for nursery  jjchool registration &tc now  being accepted for September  1970. Anyone interested Ph.  Mrs. Vema Sim 886-7276.  Only limited number of vacancies. 4181-1-8  HELP WANTED  VOLUNTEER ladies required  for part-time -dperpati<m, of  Chamber of -Camtttercc Tourist Bureau. Sechelt. Please contact Mrs. C. Murray, 885-9582.  ���4146-18  MA'TURE baby s.ttter /required  to live in. Ph. 884-5377.  4142-18  ���������������"a* ���"��� ' ' ' IH    HI-*���       UN I HI rtl   l.l-^  WEBSTERS new standard dictionary for home, school &  office, $1.29. At 'The Times  Book Store, Sechelt, Ph. 885-  9654. 3052-37"  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.  Solol Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  HUCK 32c. BOXWOOD 32c.  CEDa*\R  Contact  plant  before  picking.  Located  1st  hou.se north of  Pender Harbour Hotel.  Phone 883-2265  407f)-tfn  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel���Rntes by day,  wi-ek, month. Commercial  cnn*,- rates. Pull iKiti.seki-eping,  Electric heat. 'B80-2401, Gib-  fao.-is, B.C," SSSft-tfn  HALL for rent���Wiliion Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr, H. Aubln nt KIIS-.I575.  **������-, 2035-trn  TI1...ICUM Chimney Service  F.iivef; clenncrl nnd repnired  PuintlnM, jiiirdeniiiii, Janitov  tUM'vin,, odd Job*; etc. All work  fjiinriiritppd. RR1 ScchPlt, Ph.  11115-211(1 prpfpi-iililv pvpiiincH.  ?.7'>4-tfri  DO    YOU    n*c|ulre    part -.Ijiiie  book -l.-pppliiu,        nliitPtiicnts,  Iwilnnci'     wheels.   l'��ei"toiml    In  come lux retiirii*;   Ph. ..'tMI.I.II.  ���Ilt'7-M'n  EXPRRlENCEI'i drywi.ll i.rnu  ���itlc <V levhirerl peilin,*1., new  In i";IIIum* i.n*i* mul sei*vln>;  tin* Peiiiii'ii.lii. Prei E'llliiuile*..  Fieil "aPrvlee Phone C H- V,'  Drywnll,   Wlii-MO.!        -il'llli-ifi,  JOHNSON'S  Biiildinfj MnmTrr.nr.rr*  5*,pi'.*i*ill*,'lii(:   lr.  pupei   hnni'lnfi,  Inlerini   A   evierloi   ilcf-nnitinc,  nil*  eleiuiliii    All   type*,  ul  luiilrlltil'   iiiiiliileiiiiiie.*  I'lutni    Itlii..Ii', Ih  -It'll  III,  MASON  A H  c,iMPk"fNs  n..-. !.",   r��".'*i. re,'   it*..!..!  ; ' Si*.*hci:   Mi*. .,*.:.:���  Mp"i'l'iill'.*-lii(    br  7'ittr,?'?,*ict'*-'  f.Tor;F. v.*A1.1.5"  in,OCK   fU'tl.firNfiS:   *���  ���iir.-.'.tn,  CrWTT.Al-l.Y loente.l furnifih-  ed HiiiK* Prh'iile entrance,  light K- hem include. Suitable  quiet workhij* gctiUernaiv  B.IH-7.!fi7 42(14-1!)  I     BDRM     iintiiriilfihe.l     apt  fridge,   carpel   <\*   stove   Av-  niliil.le  Api1.! fstV $7.'.  mo   Ph  llll.ti-*.!ll(*.*.!.  ���tllili-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Sechelt���highway location, level nnd cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfo  PENDER HARBOUR ���  View lots, clo.se to beach and  protected moorage. Sailors,  fishermen and water sport enthusiasts should��� avail themselves of the excellent selection while they 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 in new home area. Excellent view homesites. Pull  Price $8,000 each.  Gibsons RURAL ��� Two adjoining % acre lots���level &  cleared. Excellent soil. Full  Price $2,250 each.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 9.5  ���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  THE SUN SHINES  ON  DISCRIMINATING BUYERS!!   ���   We now-4iave-4he-  iro\ .'^.KEEPING     room,    nil  found       Private       entrance  Warm   K-   clenn,   Selni'i   Pari.  Worlanr.   j.cut   only.   Ph,   Rllf.  Ii.i.i.i ���ll.lli-irn  W    f.EDFlOf.M    milre    le    rem  Puni.slie.l      Mndi'irn     Purl,  niL't.'.i'.i.iii .*,:',:::' in  WANTED TO PvENT  SI 'ITF'   n:    Iwuis."    Gllnoie-Se  cheli   area   lai    f. 1 (ID   me    ei  Icin     Wimici-i    t)v    p"��*rruiiK'nt  tenant riimiiicnrii.-.* AprII  I   I'h  ii��i..ii:iiii. ���nv.'-ni  V(">UN('; wriiMim ('.'.'I- iV haln  ili-*;lr*( liiini'ihi'il liiiiis.* <ui  Siin-ilim.* I'/m-ii in; '-."eml  liHihlle. Vi'illun ii, [iii\ f.'Hi  iin, Meed elcctricltv K ruiinliii  vniet Smut! Iimi*-.f nr r-ihln  preff'ratile hpn'v M'i1*;*,*irr>t  VVelih. .Idhn-Kiii'i. l.aiulinj;,  (i c: ���f.'.nii in  opportunity to offer j*ou 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. Clo.se to Golf course.  Now only $5,800.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 1.25  acres, secluded, treed, on Hydro. S2.800 cash.  West Sechelt' *��� 5 acres  with 150' of Highway frontage. Gulf view. $12,500.  Sechelt Village center ���  Flat and cleared building lot.  $3200.  . DAVIS BAY ��� 2 bedroom,  basement, view home. Auto-  oil furnace. $16,500.  Several Fine Waterfront  Properties.  NOR WEST BAY ��� "Half  acre; of waterfront where the  fishing is /Teat. '3 bedroom  courage with stone fireplace,  Hydro, and lots of water.  $7,000" down.  DAVIS BAY ��� 105' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Bench on 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,  T.ilcc 1.11 for $17,500 cash. Also  '.'. bedroom home on large view  lot nt  $15,5(10'ciih...  Davit. Buy ��� Selma Park  View lots. 2-00' x 1110' lots,  both  foi* $9200.  KEATS ISLAND ��� 101V  Watefronl lot on Collingwond  Tifiad Piped wiitin* rind Hydro  serve next   lot. $7,5111),  SIVF.rt SANDS ~* View In!  on highway Hi I and Bryan Rd,  Water' nnd Hydro by, $1,5111-  down or $..,.1110 rush.  SANDY    HOOK Wnter-  I'roiii lot with southern rxpn-  min    Sh.HUI) cash  Multiple Listing Service  H.  Gregory 885-9392  Don,   Hacklon  RR5-9504  f-|   R.  GORDON  &  K.'NNtTT LTD.  Phnnr RB.V-20'13  Seen.*tt,  B.C..  ���4''.!i.-.trii  PENDER HARBOUR: A  choice of lots and small acreages near tlie sea. For your  holilny   retreat.   From   $3,000  l,P* ,. "  ALSO hard to find water- .  front, on the ocean or on the  lakes. Some with small cabins  From $11,000 up. If you're a  sailor���call DON TAIT 883-  2284.  WEST SECHELT: Prime'  waterfront. Mod. 6 room home  at beach level. Spacious living room features, Ash paneling and lge. view window.  Dining roam and kitchen compliment each other. 2 lovely  bedroom, utility and storage  room. Car port. Only $31,500.  Secluded A acre block, level,  excellent garden soil. "Unfinished 4 room cottage, partially  wired. Try $3,000 down on  $14,000 F.P.  ROBERTS CREEK: Charming 3 bdrm. home -on % acre:  (2 yrs old). Bright living room  with adjoining dining xoon\  full-cab. kit has oodles of,cupboards. Attractively"priced' at  $22,000. Terms. ,  Better than 4 ac., in excel- '  lent location, some view. Only  $4,500.  GIBSONS RURAL: Bring'  us your offer on approx. 3 ac.  with -cozy 4 room cottage, wired for range etc. Grounds ready for landscaping. Walking  distance to schools and shop-������  ping. ������ . ���������  ��� The finest .small hobby farm  "in; -area; -2-4evel-acpes, -smaiat.F-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 bam,  ' corral etc. Attractive tarms-on���  $30,000.  Inexpensive view home close  jo shops etc. Clean 5 room cottage, partial bsmt. A-oil 'heat,  wired for range. $5,000 down  on only $13,800. full price.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  AUL TYPES OF INSU*RANCE  Gibsons, B:C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE "LISTING  SERVICE  4227-18  GIBSONS HEIGHT Subdivision���Lots 72' x 130' ready to  build on. See us for NHA  Mortgage to build if your annual income is $8000 or less.  .All services and close to Shopping 'Centre and Schools.  '....-. $86-2481  2.31 ACRES on Sunshine  ���Coast Highway with 3 room  house; workshop, corral and  chicken sheds. With 645' fron-  ���tage on highway. $3500 -down  on FP of $8500.  886-2481  WATERFRONT ��� 140' of  wnterfrontage at Roberta-  Creek with 2 bdrm. older type  house. Fantastic view and path  to the water through ccdar.-  to a small boat house. FP  $22,500 Cash.  806-2481  VIEW PROPERTY ��� Overlooking Howe Sound on 80' lo:  with 2 bdrm small house, Very  neat condition, suit retire.':  couple. FP, $12,800 nr $."��.'.<!  down on terms.  fllHI-2'181  GOWER POINT ROAD -  In Gibsons Village, nice :*  bdrm house with full bsmt, oi.  view lot. Auto, oil heat, Pom  broke bath. FP SI8.500 will,  Terms of $125 per month with  $5800 down  8Ilfi-.M81  "BUY FROM THE PEOPl.f  WHO 1..TVE IN AND KNOW  THE   AREA."'  MF.MRETt   MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  LISTINGS WANTED  TiopreHcntlng Zurich nnd  Western   Union  Insurance  M-. Crosby, eves .IWI-.HHil!  Mr.   White,   eves, llllfl-2!i:is  Richard F, Konnet.t  Nntni'v   Public  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD  *  Real Estate ft- Innurnnn  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPIN.'.  CENTRE  Gibson'.  PC.  "Phone OHfi.Mlll  <.2!'-l   I  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road, Gibsons, good view.  Phone 885-2818 day;?, 886-2600  eves. Write Box 4039 Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C.  4039-tfn  h* ACRE lot on lovely garden  bay lake, 150' frontage. Gorgeous view. $4,500 terms. P!i.  922-2559 or write No. 608-1550  Duchess Ave.. West Vancouver. 4180-18  RARE residential view property within village boundaries of Sechelt. Five acre block  $7,500. Box 4024, -, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt. 4024-tfn  150 ACRES' elevated view  property near Secret Cove.  Line access. Just $60,000 for  quick sale. Write Box 4023,  Peninsula Times. 4023-tfh  LOOK  Large 3 bedrdom "home. Abbs  Rd. Gibsons, View. Asking  Price $26,400.t)0. To view coh-  lact Roy^Naudi263-3864,..Wallace & Maekay Agencies Ltd.  684^5935.  4231-18  Gower Point:  Waterfront acre with cottage  partly -cleared: 200 feet front  road access, handy to village  and ferry: $20,000 terms.  . .An-excellent property, two  acres selectively cleared, withf.  in 75 yards of beach, blacktop  r.*-ad, park-like area ������with tre-  "menabuT"5^^  Gibsons:  Neat *two-bDdroom  home on  large   lot,   freshly   decorated,  fully furnished, ready to -walk*  into: $12,000 cash.  ��� -Semi-waterfront:���Na*-**.*- g.iV.-  d:\-isJon, only 200 ft. to beach,  some lot-; cleared & grassed  Oialf-acre). $2,750 will caj-r}-.  Last lot on Sargent Road, 70  xl40  feet,  an  excellent  view  property well located: $3,500 on  terms.  Two lots. Chaster road, 50x  230 ft. each-an excellent holding property:  $3,000  each,  or  nearest.  ROBERTS CREEK: Two lge  semi-view lots ��� Clearing in  progress ��� $6,000,00 each. At  same location, we' offer 3  other large semi-view lots  with black top frontage. Water line laid. F.P. $16*700.00 for  the block of "3. Offers.  -GIBSONS CENTRAL .AREA  ���2 bedroom, well maintained  home -on quiet street. Has furnished, self contained basement  suite. 'ThiB home is most convenient to shops, transportation, schools etc. Heatilator  Fire Place, .A-0 Furnace, garage, garden, well kept 'lawns.  $7,300. Down on $23,500. with  very reasonable terms on balance.  HOPKINS LaANDTNG���View  home on 55 ft. lot, -Access from  two roads; 13x17 ft. living  room, has stone fireplace. Two  bed rooms, corridor style kitchen with nook. A-oil heat,  over 800 ft. includes large  glassed sunpnrch. Very close  to store, Post office, bus line,  beach and ferry terminal. Excellent uninterrupted view.  $7,000 down on $13,500. Full  Price.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple  Listing  Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  PHONE flHfi-22411  886-2393  886-9359  886-7760  42211-111  WILSON Creek ��� 1 acre of  property on Chapman Creek  & Highway. Ph. 885-9389.  Write Fred MeNutt, R.R. 1,  Sechelt, B.C. 4184-19  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good    263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  ONE red duffle bag. Containing clothes & sleeping bag.  Phone 921-7780' collect.  4218-18  FOR SALE  WE "TRADE  3C61-tfn  CARS & TRUCKS  CONVERTIBLE. Private, '63  Ford, 59.000 miles. .A-l condition, carpet & upholstery  like new, P.S.. P.B., & radio.  Phone 886-2765. 4159-18  1965 FORD    Anglia   Station  wagon for sale $700. Write  Box 3928, Peninsula Times,  Sechelt. 3928-tfn  1988   PLYMOUTH    Fury    3.  Vinyl 2 dr. HT. 25,000 miles.  V3 313.  P.S. -P.B..Auto,  Bob  Nygren 886-7161       -    4175-17  1966 VOLKSWAGEN     crew  cab. New tires, new motor,  good running order. Just $900.  Also 19&8 Carmen Ghia. Nice  running condition. $350. Phone  884-5382 or 884-5294.     4220-18  395S   CHEV   pick   up   truck.  Good  i-hape  $350.  Ph.  885-  ���?474. 4216-18  19S7 _GMC Tandem tractor,  w-5th WHL.. DS37 Toro-  Fliw "VS Diesel w-50,"000 miles.  Balance t>f warranty, 5 spd.  main, 4 spd. aux., 34.000 lb.  rear bogies, 12,000 frt. axle.  245" whl. bass. 110.000 orig.  miles. Fair rubber. For further information, call 885-2812  or 885-9646. Price $7,500 firm.  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.  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Ph. 8B6-9959. 4203-tfn  CHINCHILLAS. A number of  surplus breeding animals offered at approximately pelt  prices. For information. Phone  Jack Nelson 885-9558. 4183-19  SEE the Handyman books in  The Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Fix your Ford. Chev.,  Volkswagen, Plymouth series,  $4.25 each. Sunset books, ideas  for remodelling homes, building furniture etc. $2.50 each.  Also carpentry, _plumbing,  house wiring. Ph. 885-9654.  3936-12  21 INCH Philco Cabinet mo-  ' del TV. Two- 40 gal. plastic  lined ���drums. Ph. 885-9730.  4209-18  12 HP Gibsons garden tractor.  Ph. 885-6978. 4213-20  SMALL rototiller, $30.  Phone  885-9740. 4229-13  ' FOUJL 4'  x 8' sheets  walnut  h-jrdboard    panneling.    S32.  "885-2845. 4221-18  BOSER CEDAR PRODUCES  SHAKES AND  SHINGLES  MOi'lLl-  HOMES  ��ll. x  10 Tnivi'lli.   Vv.i-.lii'i, ilrv.  if, over ;i;*i t[  lint  vnie;   l.-inl.  FiiUv    fwriii-ahc.i     Hv    impolite  ll.'-Mt   nil!'.     Il,t!*.,'*l'-l       .IHV'l-tfli  TvIOnil.T!  It.mii<   liiiren*.   K   i\'\<-  Irlluiini     fluii  Tli'iinif.   Iiii*iiiii*i  !r->'ii'���     r.i.l,    3!li.    t" i I h -11 n ���,.    I'l.  niiii-i'V.'i. :iii:;:'.*.iii  ll-lv I','      Inn:      l>  il hiiik ..���tiwiltlli  ti-'iju'-    r."i!tiPt.ri"   *>"!'('   Ttirnt  c-liili..'* "iv.i��lw;( 4l,-'.*."i . (Iciip  ttl-c/l; '!' V f/lt -..Il ill *Ii, ',  SlIIMlilli;'*! Tnuli : Pie-),. Hi*.  cheli.    . ���J'.:i7.*.,.li  mmm lots  Mov/hrtrr nn the  f'tinlnr-ulo will  ynu   find  two more  h.'iiiitifuHy sitiKile.'l  TOr- QUALITY WATERFRONT LOTS  hi*.! afl the Survihinf Cnnnt Mlfihv/ov .'Uirraundnil bv  toll trnt", nl ci seven ocre pcirlc (.r.tntc* only four mile*  fr.-irr SerHflt Flnth lat*. arc l*?f, ten' flr.f?r-T^id en,:1-.  hiv. 100 iff*: ."iI *��nfe pcnrlr iilnriir.fi lutcirh All stn  vice-. nw;iil:il'i|f* nnd included In price p.'irh nf S. Ifi,7.')fi  f:fr;r Timr n*ffrf*;l nn tiiim fnr'ffrtt rhntrr: "imnll rlfr  rn.int tor rrv.r,  Tr> viny, rnlt nvmnr at 733.25R6 n:  ftftS-9722.  Do Wortman  Vinco Prewer  Lorrie Girard  Copping Motors  Ltd.    4230-18  TRAILERS  16 FT, Shasta trailer. Propane  .store & lights. New furnace  $650. Ph. 886-7161. 4174-17  BOATS & ENGINES  30' WORK boat. 120 hours on  , new diosel. Sleeping accomodation, room for small stove  and sink, two holds, new propeller, over 100' IVa" yriirding  line, three 70' tow lines, 70  pick-up lines, survey value of  $5,100. "Will sell for $4,500.  Boat presently working :at  Howe Sound. For appointment  to X'iew Phone 886-7755.  4190-18  16'   CaAKVEL   built   boat.   5'  beam. Easthope 2 hp engine.  'Build by Gold Harbour-Shipyards. 885-9712. 4168-10  1968 MERCURY Outboard 3:9  HP.  $160.   1969 Mercun*  35  HP $425. Phone 885-9981.  4232-18  15' C" Fibreglass Sangster-  craft, as new with 00 HP  Johnston just rebuilt, both 3  yrs old. Mrs. McDonald. "Cust-  jiwny" Redrooffs. Or Phone  885-9626. 4207-18  1AH5 Mercurv  35* lip outboard,  for sale. $250. Ph. 8U5-D384.  ,     ,. 4212-18  PETS  TOY & miniature poodle puppies.  Male  &  female.  From  $50  limoculated.  Ph.  8H5-.-7D7.  4131-18  "W.ANTED   ���    Male   German  ���Shepherd  pup. Ph,  885-2180.  4214-111  SWAP  WILL trade  guitar  und  ump  lot*   wol   m.it  with  flipper*.,  Phone  IIU5-231C. 4155-18  23 FT, aluminum trailer, prc>-  pnnc firm��,- Hi   heater,  $1,000  or trade, Bnli Nygren, IIH0-71 (II.  4173-17  PENDER HARBOUR  ,....-.,_  *-   -**t  ���nr.ALITIIUIL  2',*.. ACM, WILLIAM  island  At   Irvlmi'f.  Lnn.llnn   In   P��n,lm   Hnrbtmi,   1,400  ft   wnmrtrnnt,  nbiiltnrn.1,  drlllnfl wdl,  f:ull  price $:if.(000  with   $10,00(1 .lowr.  O ft  v/ntnrtmnt lot nt Mntlnlrn fori,  ���7!i ft  v/niorfrofit lot nt l.ntl Cove  13 I ft  writer front Int nt Mnffoirn furl.  (."Mcnllnm  i����ileil -n   trullur .furirk. i��*l��i   4 mira .irrtnn, HlOhwoy   Ki I  tr.ini Prinfloi   l-lndiaur  tl.'itnl .it  Miiflmrti I'ork  7'J Inror vlcv�� t.-^. In Mnrtwirti f'orl nn.i J nr! Cnvn.  Tfrn*. nvnllntilf- r��\ ntinvt- pn-if-n'-ilru.  ULL  vLnULI  Mnclf Ira Park, B C  Phnnr* RB3-2233  For local  sales  call  in at  Wilson Creek Mill.  Phone  886-9697  4156-tfn  LEGAL  FOR SALE .Continued)  USED wringer washers. To  , clear $25. C & S Hardware,  Phone 885-9713. 4112-17  4    BICYCLES.    1    boys    26"  wheel, 1 girls 2C" wheel and  2 "Mustangs. 886-2908.    4170-39 *"  NOW AT The Times Book-  store, Sechelt ��� Complete  hunting, fishing, sailing &  horseman's bible series, $2.50  each. Sunset gardening &  hobby books. Canadiana books  for adults & juniors. Ph. 885-  9654. 3340-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  V 1306-tfh  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, toj.ut  548,000 cubic feet of Hemlock,  Cypress, Fir, Balsam & Cedar  on an area situated south of  Lyon Lake, Sebhelt Peninsula,  New Westminster. Land District.  Five (5) years will be allow-  ed for j emoval of timbafr-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, 631 Marine Building,  Vancouver 1, B.C., or the Forest Ranger, P.D. Box 69, Sechelt, B.C.  4219-pub.  April  1, 8, 15, 22  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land recording District.  of "New Westminster 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 containing 3i  acres more* or less. The purpose for which the lease is required Ls summer home.  J, E. McKay  Dated   Feb.  21,   1P70.  4103-pub.   March   25.   .*\pril   1,  8. 15, 1H71I  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  Thar* era threo million poopl*  around Die world today who believe tho. the imtflcotlon of mankind  b the will of God for our a-je, .Jhey  call thetnielve�� Baha'U.  Perhapi Boho' I U what you or.  looking for.  EDNA M. FOOTE  Bohoi'i of Sunshine Coast  885-2088, Sechelr. B.C.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LID.  SEE THESE OVER THE WFEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  For Our Representative Call Mr  Good Collect 263-4993 (24 hour.)  or "amines*. 7.16-5933, or auk our Mobile Office to Coll.  269!) Granville St, Voncouver.  Wf COVER THE WATERFRONT  REVENUE, SECHELT  A  eultwi.  or  summm   rental!..'year   round  iteocly  on   the  hooch,  $���5,500 down poynrtent,  LOTS  S2.--.nu ot Garden fi0y Laic, m-p !,ipm.   Or from $3,950   10T  .lown at Siilmci Pnr^nonr wa..��t, |u<.t eff hlohwoy before Sochelt.  WATERFRONT  Two dcMlnthlr |nt|. nt  Swhrlt  $9,250.  Lovs  down payment,  HOMES  .Summm nr Turn*, n-.,\:U,ntf II.MIm.v.n Hoy Gorrlen Bay PrnHcr  Hnrlituir, unlit Irv.i! 5 1 e, ooo Lnrpfr m:\1f*m li.-.me $10 000 down  or IHHV mini Hnpl.iri!. I on.-lin;,, Ho��*e S\iUn,t, chcut $25,000 will  hnndlu. Will rievui U* r.ifi��.ot��vt A* o rwstipr watr-rtmnT frstrtPHicc  Ovm  !, tinelrocimi. find jiucm orrr.mmrs-lotl^r.,   lorpr oroutjjtit.,  rtntlrnmnni   ��t.i-r:ial   c.t   M,-���lf.)to  r.-,,k    M^lern  home   plui  H0ht  loti. tc. Mill t.'t en ci ..uK1i-.iM.-an   JJO.OOO hondlcv  :��� ocroT, y/ltl, :* bdrm   romr cn H��-s*   -1 rnitp*. Srvhrlt *-lde ol Mo-  dttlrti f'sirl  turned, Only Sf.nOO ��i,h $1600 down.  RESTAURANT  On tbr hnnch   flnwn U-.rcn.-.^ nvo.l.ihlr fftt the diwrmlno l"-V*r,  vptv ��a��v it, hnfidie   100 feet .tn.1 �����*. c^n$ roncrm   Do net wa.t,  buy nbw, try $10,000 or youi trodc.  COMMERCIAL  Tbi- rnntrr nf t��i�� r-ftnlnmilr.  ","70'  nroi  ��cn*lrev cvolloble tor o  "���"���"I* ''"'"J. 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G'finvlllr    St.,    Von,-.-,,,..-,     A, k   .,.,r    M,     Q.^   2t,3.���^3..  - block bros'm lid.  ^���S����- ���  *+n*+**.*t*0��**rrrm.**<**,#***i+~m  ���n-N ej^Je-ii ���! iy ���������������f lejeini..  ���^ap-eek-rieitii Pi i ^h -w  ii aWn-��i.ien.^*-aie* ���v-^f* *  tAnnsmAVat Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ONCE-again the first hummingbird reported was seen in Mrs. Norm Watson's  garden at jWest Sechelt on March 23. It  is small wonder that this is the first port  of call for the hummingbirds when they  arrive here in spring, for'Mrs. Watson has  devoted a great deal of time over a period of many years in servicing feeding  stations for hummingbirds. It is interesting that the first report of hummingbirds  was just three days after geese were re-  pcrted 'heading north, which might bear  out the theory that hummingbirds travel  as stowaways on the bodies of the geese.  TURTLE CLUB  Bob Cunningham received word last  week that he had been elected a member  of the Turtle Club, an international club  which has its headquarters in Sausalite,  California.  There is only one way to qualify for  membership  of  this  exclusive club and  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT. B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 o.m.  Church'Servico 11:15 o.m.  PHONE 885-9665  All Welcome  SUNSHINE,CO AST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominotional)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Atbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  ANGLICAN CHURCH   SAINT HILDA'S���-SECHEtT   8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th. 5th Sundays  7:30 o.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  SAINT MARY'S���GARDEN BAY  11:30 o.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  7:30 p.m. 2nd ond 4th Sundays  Redrooffs���3 p.m., 2nd, 4th Sundays  Egmont���3 p.m. 1 st and 3rd Sundays  ���by Mary Tinkley  members have just one thing in comnion  ���they have all avoided an injury which  may have proved fatal by wearing hard  hats.  Bob Cunningham qualified oh Friday  February 13 when he was towing a truck  on the Upper Levels-Highway. He got to  check his towline when the hook on the  t-owtruck broke, striking him twice on  the head. He was taken to Lions' Gate  Hospital for examination but it was found  that thanks to the safety hat he was wearing, he was unhurt.  BACK HOME  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Duff are glad to  be home enjoying our glorious spring sunshine following a trip to Florida where  they found the weather unusually. cold  for the time of year. They stayed at Treasure Island near St. Petersburg and rented a car in which they toured 1300 miles,  driving across the state to New - Smyrna  Besch, then southwards along the east  coast to Palm Beach and Miami.  Their guests last weekend at Welcome  -Beach were their son and daughter in law  Rob and Dawn Berthelet.  IN BRIEF  At a public meeting at the Welcome  Beach Hall on March 24, Mrs. Derek Mc-  Cooey, Recreation Consultant, explained  arrangements being made for the celebration of B.C.'s joining Federation in 1871.  Appointed to a Centennial Committee  were Mrs. Ralph Lynds, Keith Comyn, J.  S. T. Williams and Wm. Fraser.  [The next meeting of the Halfmoon  Bay Hospital Auxiliary has been postponed until Monday, April 13 at 8 p.m. at  Rutherford's.  The children of Halfmoon Bay School  held a successful home baking and rummage sale on March 25 which realized  over $30 tow.3rds their proposed trip to  Vancouver during the next few weeks.  After the Easter Service at the Church  of His Presence, Mrs. Alan Greene was  hostess at a fund raising tea for Green  Court Sr-ninr f"iti7pns  Homes.   The Peninsula Times Page 3  Wednesday., April 1, 1970  wedding last Saturday, Mr. Leuchte told  the guests how Susanne, after 'travelling  50,000 miles all over the world, wrote to  him from Cambodia saying how much  she loved Japan which was .her "second  country", but "that Canada would always  take first place in her heart���particularly  that corner of Welcome Beach on which  Rock House stood and she hoped that  whatever happened he would never part  .with/it. ' ��..' :- ...* :.:.      ' "'7:.  VISITING  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Moffat spent the  Easier weekend on a trip to Westview.  Their recent guests were their son. Ken  and his friend "Ken Morris, both from  Grand Cache, Alta. Their daughter and  son in law, Lorraine and Loriia Wilson  also visited them and showed slides of  their recent trip to Australia.  Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce was in the area .  recently to move her possessions from the  Redrooffs house which has been her home  for so many years. She is moving into an  apartment in Burnaby.  There was a family reunion at the Art  Armstrong home fecently when their  guests were Art's brother and sister in  law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bullard of Portland, Oregon who brought along another^  brother, Walter' from Vancouver.  At the Jack Leyland's was Mrs. Ley-  land's mother, Mrs. Steve Hawirke of  North Vancouver.  Mrs. E_4 Surtees was in Vancouver  last weekend to say aur eyolr to her son  John and his friend Hans' Zeisbrich who  were leaving for a trip to Germany to  visit Hans' mother. ./  Parents Auxiliary  fund- raiser event  RUMMAGE.   Tea,  and   Bake  Sale    has  been scheduled by the Parents Auxiliary of Roberts Creek School for April  10th from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Roberts Creek  -^gion-Hali.   LOCAL WEDDING  It was Easter 1945 when Mi*, and Mrs.  Fritz Leuchte bought their property at  Welcome Beach on which they have built  their retirement home, Rock House. Now  25 years later. Rock House was chosen by  their daughter Susanne as the scene of  her wedding, for it was always a place  very dear to her heart.  At  the reception  which  followed  thc  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  GIBSONS RURAL No. 1470  29 acres southerly slope wilh view of Georgia Strait. Good water  supply. Excellent soil. 3 bedroom dwelling. Also cottage and poultry  house. $37,000.00. Call: C, R. Gathercole. 886-7015.  Useable rummage will be greatly appreciated and a call through 886-7164  will ensure rapid pick-up.  This will be the final fund-raising  event of the school year. Such funds go  toward purchase of educational tapes,  library books, sports day awards, Christmas and end of term treats, Save the  Children fund and the District Bursary  and Loan fund.  '  20 ACRES HOME PLUS No. 1150R  Large barn for hay. Ideal for subdiv. Close to Gibsons on paved road  and village water. Mostly cultivated. Bom has storage for 100 tons.  Would also be ideal for boarding horses. Good value at $45,000.  Easy terms. Call: Jack Anderson,  885-2053.  For the avid gardener. Large, level, landscaped lot. Excellent soil.  Fruit trees. Good water supply. Comfortable two bedroom dwelling.  Double carport. F.P. $15,000.���Terms. Call: C. R. Gathercole,  886-7015 1155  6.5 ACRES ROBERTS CREEK No. 1340  Cozy home. Close to beach, store and P.O. Ideal for .development  trailer park. $15,950, some terms, bal. at 7%. Call: Jack Anderson,  885-2053.  Single bedroom bungafow on spacious lot. Recently rcnovoted. Ideal  for retirement. Easy walking distance to shopping. F.P. $9,500. Call:  C. R. Gathercole, 836-7015. 1496  Large corner view lot. Centrally located. Small cottago. F.P. $6,900.00  with $3,000 down payment or reduction for all cash. Call: C. R.  Gathercole, 886-7015. 1413  SELMA PARK No. 1305R  Cozy one -bedroom home on small, easy care, lot. Just steps from  boot launching and general store. Full price for this clear title homo  $8750.00 with half down, bolancc $50.00 per month. Call: Bob  Kent, 885-2161.  SECHELT VILLAGE No.  1425  2 blocks from shopping centre. Where else con you buy a 63x122  lot on wotermain and electricity at $2500,00 terms or for quick cash  sale $2000.00. Call: Bob Kent, 885-2161.  SECHELT No. 1266  Older 3 bedroom home on paved residential street near school, Full  price $9950 with $4500.00 down. Balance $50.00 per month. Homeowners taxes just a dollar. Coll: Bob Kent. 885-2161.  26 ACRES���ROBERTS CREEK No. 1393  Year round stream. Large older home. Built work arid machine shop.  Barn. App. 5 acres clear and planted. 640 ft. highway front. Balance  nicely treed. Selectively cleared with trails for riding or hiking. Good  view of ocean, close to golf course. Good buy at $32,000.00. Some  terms. Coll: Jack Anderson. 885-2053.  SARGENT BAY. No. 1245  Large Vi acre lots. Closo to boach. Nicely treed. $2500 terms. Call:  Jack Anderson, 885-2053.  REDROOFFS ROAD No. 1341  Level, easy access lots. About 1/3 acre. Terms as low os $550 down  with monthly payments of $50, Call:  Bob Kent, 885-2161.  SECHELT VILLAGE "" " "'"' No. 1394  Ideal family homo, 3 Irrj, bedrooms, Llv, room 1 5x2*4, brick fireplace,  Kitchen features many cupboards, built-in range, half basement with  laundry room, Cement walks ond fenced yard, F,P, $26,500. View  this fine home today. Peggy Ayer, 885-2375.  LOTS OF LOTS!!      ~  Buy your future homcslte today, We havo many lot*, to choose from,  Woterlront ~- View, Coll: Peggy Ayer, 885-2375,  VIEW LOT DAVIS BAY No.  1454  Corner lot located on Highwoy 101. 1/3 ocre treed property, water  and power available, no access problem os I6| Is located on corner.  This lot, will not last. Just $3950 full price, Coll: Slan Anderson,  885-2385.  DAVIS BAY No,  1471  The l)o*.l lot in tho oroo located ju*.t across from public park and  school, oil clcored ond ready lor building, $5,000 full price, Call;  Ston Anderson, 085-23B5,  DAVIS DAY No.  1475  In the heart of Davis flay llils Is o buy. Lovely treed view lot na-  turolly terraced with good building -.lie', on upper and lower portion  of lot, All '.crviccs ovolloblo,' Rood soon lo be paved. $6200 full  price,  Coll:   Ston Anderson, B85-2385.  SELMA PARK No.   1468  Nlco little 2 bedroom cottnflr* with full both, automatic propono fur-  noco ond propone stove, l.oif]-' lot with nlco view ol Troll Islands,  Fully serviced, oil new wiclnfl in house, A good buy o| $3000 down,  $10,000 full price, less for ensh. Coll; Slon Anderson, 885-2385.  DAVIS I.AY No, 1459  Beautifully appointed executive home located In Davis flay on '/j  ocro lot. Extensive stone woik on ground. All hot water heat, 2000  sf|. feet. Extremely well built, replacement cost would bo morn thon  selling price ol $48,000 will*. $20,000 down. Coll: Slon Andcrt-on,  885-2385.  REDROOrS, No,   145.1  Fantastic view ol (icornin Strait from a Jorge treed view lot lecoted  on Redrooffs Rood, All M'tvlcr, oie available, water I*, on the lot, Al  ibis lime tins lot is lho beil buy In the area at $41)00, Coll; Ston  Anderson, fl8!i-2".n!).  PORPOISE HAY WAl.Rri-.0NT  fully Neivic.xl woterlront lot on nice <|ulel lone. All cleared ond,ready  for hulldlnfi, a<"��l swlnimlnfl beneh, A nlco plore to live, Reasonably  priced ot $/9M) wllh $44MI down, Coll:  Ston Andrr.on, flflb-2305,  DAVIS HAY No,  1342  Semi woti'diont view lot, New homes, level, Access to public, bench,  $!��9S0 f.P. Call;  Jock Anilmsoii, 885.205."..,  SECHELT REVENUE No.  1237  Near new duplex, Many deluxe features, Vanity bath, Oak floors.  Landscaped lot. Work shop. Walking distance to stores and P.O.  ond beach, Real value $29,900.00. Try your terms, Call: Jack  Anderson, 885-2053.  ONE ACRE-���SEA VIEW  West   Sechelt.   Treed.   Ready   to   bullcl.  Anderson, 885-2053.  $5950   terms,  No.  I 109  Call:   Jack  build,   $7,000   t.l\   Coll,  No.   I223R  Jock   Anderson,  2 ACRES SI A VlfW  Paved   rood,   ready  'lo  8n.')?0!).1,  '!>0<T WATUURONT Ml VIII SANDS  On wolci nipply and high**fly   Subdiv. ���po*����,  I.P. Call; Jar h  Anderson, fll)!)-20!>:'            SEMI WATIRf RONT TUWANIK No.   I242R  loi(|o view lot, close ti> bonl launch ond pork.  $.1o00. $lf>()0 clown,  Call: Jock Anderson, 885-205.1.  GIBSONS VILLAGE No. 1337  2 bedroom, full basement, all rcfinlshed home, carport, woter view,  ..undeck. All services, closo to stores, $6,000,00 clown, Full price  $16,000.00, Call: Peter Smith, 885-9463.  MISSION POINT No, 1049  Over "ii** acre wooded leaso property, with boot lagoon, shower building, beach access. A steol at $5,000,00, Coll: Peter Smith, 885-9463,  WEST SECHELT No. 1391  2 only prime woterlront lots, lost of their kind, Good beach, easy  access, and private, 100 feet frontage each, at $16,750 asking,  Coll: Peter Smith, 805-9463.  TILLICUM BAY       ��� No,  1450  Only $11,900,00 full price, rcfinlshed 2 bedroom home, flreploco,  automatic all heating. Can't be duplicated for asking price, Close to  Marina, Call;  Peter Smith,  885-9463.  SELMA PARK No, 145/ - 1450  2 large lots, quiet Mrccl, offers on $4,000,00 each, Call: Peter  Smith, 085-9463.  GIBSONS VILLAGE No, 1)89  Woter view, lovely 2 bedroom home, fireplace, outoiYiotrr heot, good  garden, Extensive uso of lovely wood panelling, Terms on $17,500,00,  or cash offers; Coll: Peter Smith, 885-9463,  GIBSONS RURAL Mo.   144/  Delightful 2 bedroom, fireplace, large goroor, level lot Only 4  yr*., old, a beauty at $14,000 full price, Call; Peter Smith, 885-94A3.  WISE SECHELT No, 14/2  New 3 bedroom home, beautifully finished Quirt nreo large carport. Over 1000 sq, ft, of luxury, $15,000 puts you in, Coll; Peter  Smith, 885-9463,  PENDER HARBOUR                                                                 No, 14 Id  100   ft.   woterlront   with   Hoot,   beoit   nf   fishing  ond   booting ocro,  Over .1 acres, 2 bedroom home fully furnished. All this fin down  payment of   $20,000,00, Coll;  Peter Smith, 805.9463,  ; No   17881,  Real volue only $22,000  y   ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Box  155, Secholt  Secholt 885-2235 (pibsons 006-7015  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  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.    Phone 886-2551   PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  R.R.  ), Sechelt, B.C.   MICKIE'S BOUTIQUE  Specializing  in  Permanent  Florals  Sechelt, 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 Co'��   FREE ESTIMATES   CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAIbb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L 8. H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOEST  FRANK E. PECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to poy  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 8B6-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S  BLOCK,  SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  UNSHINE  ^WIFRT  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. &JSrqndvicw Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lineis  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       Res. 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 Service.  Garden Bay Rd.. Pcndor Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Scavicw - Phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beningcr  Box 14. Sccchlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  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  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Firm lino of fabrics,  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUI.IN  Tol. 805-9575 - Davis Bay  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Free Estimates  Phono 885-2375 after 5 p.m.  Bo*   593.  Sechelt.  B.C  GIBSONS STUCCO &  DRY WALL,  ALL KINDS OF CEMflNT WORK  Albert  Ronnbcrg  886-2996  or Norman Coatcs 086-2483  ). G. REPAIRS  All {.mail mi coolod motors rrpnirrd.  Sow  filing, lawn  mowm r.hnrpcnr.1.  Rpmonobk rntcv  All repairs guaranteed,  Phono 806-9959 after 4;00 p.m.  or weekends.  Bernino &_QjnegcL  Sales, Parts, Service  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 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 anvwhero In Canada.  General Freight.  Low-bed and heavy  hauling.  (CANADIAN   Upf  ,ANADIAN   ]�� ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATbS  ,* Phone 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons, B.C.  Qffico 886-2481 Res. 886-2131  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  085-2332 or ZEnlth 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pcndor Harbour  Parts & Marino Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglasr.  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  Ri'tolllllno - Lnwm ond LonoVapInn  Crirprntry . Plumbing ��� Srptlr, Tank!.  Lots clrored ol dr-InK or any |r��|��,  Mo Jali Ton Small nn.l Soli If.in Too Rio,  Phono 885-9418  V/llliom $, Dooley, R.R. 1, Sochelt, D.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Grovel - Topsail  I III - Drain Rock*. - Sewer;.  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono 883-2265 or 883-2721  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loa Towirra  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing -  Pipefitting  Steamfittjng - Hot Water-JHeating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headquc: ters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currie - Pioneer Clothes  JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  ECHELT  3ARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sechelt to Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down paymeht  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira' Park, B.C,  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential, Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Specializing in Electric Hear  Phono 886-7244  COAST BACK HOE AND TRUCK LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for Salo  Phono 883-2274  Box 89 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John DoKlcor  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Davis Bay, B.C. - Phono 885-2050  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK TRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  < Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING    SHRUHS    f-RUCI 1l.lt',  UlRRY PLANTS - fH.DDING PLANTS  fTRTILIZIR - MAT MOSS  Phono 886-2684  Welcome lo thc f'loorshinc Const  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  '.������.noliM-, In Clrnnlnfl ��� I lonr Wamnu  !ipmv lluKi'i*- - Window I'trnninr,  RIASONAIU.I   RAIIS  KIN C   STRANGI  Phone 886-7131-- Gibsons,  B.C.  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THC tlMES  ��->   -Mb n* a-P -1*1 iA^a| 4    Mt^a '  J-  ^Vr*#iOV^i/VVa*%*a��^iVVVN^^  ji* ajui-ii ny wrw["*vMTi"'*-M|~-i  Page 2    The Peninsula Times, Wednesday.,April 1,1970  REAL ESTATE  IW^tMMMUMUMttfUiyiFtlFal-MllllllUlJMUIt^^  REAL ESTATE (continued)      REAL- ESTATE (Cont.)  REAL ESTATE (Continued)      LOST  THEPENINSULA^^e* Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Classified  fistsd,  t>i   uta __  MIIMM>��l��*M,l��M*li-������l��MWlWWrt����tlJI����lW��^^  ���- Published Wednesday by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  HEAVY   duty   rotovator.   Ph.  886-2897. 4017-tfn  WANTED  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation's  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-Brlefi (12 words)  One Insertion  . _75c  Three  Insertions _ .$1.50  ���Extra lines (4 words)"__ 15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers . _ 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  ���per count line.,.\    Display   advertising   in* classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  . Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By moil, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens���$3 yr.  By carrier . 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  -Gibsons  Wed., Thur., Fri... April 1,  2,  & 3 at 8 p.m. & Sat., April 4  at 2 p.m. and 8  p.m.  THE APRIL FOOLS  Starring Jack Lemmon &  Catherin Densuve in  Color.  'PENINSULA   EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J. M. Hayes at Sechelt,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-tfn  REAL estate salesman for the  L_. Pender   Harbour area.   Call  Sechelt Agencies Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  APPLICATIONS for nursery  school registration are now  being accepted- for September  1970. Anyone interested Ph.  Mrs. Verna Sim 886-7276.  Only limited number of* vacancies. 4181-18  HELP WANTED  VOLUNTEER ladies required  for part-time operation of  Chamber of Commerce Tourist Bureau. Sechelt. Please contact Mrs. C. Murray, 885-9662.  4146-18  MATURE baby sitter required  to live in. Ph. 884-5377!  4142-18  ' .������'���!'"-'."-'- .LI'.-' ..���' v���" i,'::.,J'11?!Vl~?'"^~""'-'" "���'������������%-���  WEBSTERS new standard -dictionary for home, school &  office, $1.29. At The Times  Book Store, Sechelt, Ph. 885-  9654. 3052-37  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Sun., Apr. 5 at 7 p.m.. & Mon.,  Tue., Wed., Apr. 6,.7, & 8. at  8 p.m.  ME, NATALIE  Starring Patty Duke in Color  4223-18  OBITUARY  RITCHIE ��� On March 27,  1970, Frances Catherine  Ritchie of Selma Park survived! by her loving husband  Thomas; one son Thomas; 3  -grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; 2 brothers Archie &  Dave; 3 sisters, Elizabeth,  Mary and Olive. Funeral service was held on Tuesday,  March 31st at 4:15 p.m. from  the Family Chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C. Rev. Canon Alan Greene  officiated. Cremation; no flowers by* request. 4215-18  PERSONAL  WISH to contact L.D.S. members. Phone 885-9547 or 086-  2546. 3790-tfn  ALL     Commonwealth     Trust  Company   losers   please  Ph.  885-2864. 4157-18  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  () Meetings 8:30 p.m., ��� Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2979 or Mr. & Mrs. 885-2355.  4190-tfn  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   and   Repaired  Professionally  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4220-tfri  WORK WANTED  TILLiCUM Chimney Service,  ErtvcH denned nnd repaired,  Painting, gardening, janitor  gervlco, odd Jobs etc. All work  Runrnntecd, RR1 Secholt, Ph.  0U5-2101 preferably .'vonlnKH.  27.14-tfn  Phone Mrs. Noida Wilson  885-9746 or writer  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  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel���Rates by day,  week, month. Commercial  crow rates. Full housekeeping.  Electric heat. 886-2401, Gib-  sois, B.C. 3559-tfn  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin ot 885-9575.  ,.   2035-tfn  CENTRALLY located furnished suite. Private entrance,  light & heat include. Suitable  quiet working get.Uen.un.  880-7207. 4204-19  1     BDRM    unfurnished    apt,  fridge,  carpet  &  stove. Available April  1st. $75 mo. Ph,  B05-2U02. 41flH-tfn  EXCELLENT   commercial   lot  ������centre Sechelt���highway location, level   and  cleared. . All _  services   available.   Box   1104  Peninsula Times. H04.tfD  PENDER HARBOUR ���  View lots, close to beach and  protected moorage. Sailors,  fishermen and water sport enthusiasts should avail themselves of the excellent selection while they 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, clear-'  ed lots in new home area. Excellent view homesites. Full  Price $3,000 each.  -Gibsons RURAL��� Two adjoining M   acre lots���level .:&_.  cleared.   Excellent   soil.   Full  ���Prjce $2,250 each.  7 ROBERTS CREEK ��� 9.5  acres nicely, treed property  sipping 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  THE SUN SHINES  ON  DISCRIMINATING BUY-  JERSi! ���. We now-havc-tho--  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.  PENDER HARBOUR: A  choice of lots and small acreages near the sea. For your  holilay retreat. From $3,000  up.  ALSO hard to find waterfront, on the ocean or on the  lakes. Some with small cabins  From $11,000 up. If you're a  sailor���call DON TAIT 883-  2284.  WEST SECHELT: Prime  waterfront. Mod. 6 room home  at beach level. Spacious living room features Ash paneling and lge. view window.  Dining 'room and kitchen compliment each other. 2 lovely  bedroom, utility and storage  room. Car port. Only $31,500.  Secluded 4 acre block, level,  excellent ���' garden soil. Unfinished 4 room coUage, partially  wired. Try $3,000 down on  $14,000 F.P.  ROBERTS CREEK: Charming 3 bdrm. home on % acre  (2 yrs old). Bright living room  with adjoining dining room,  full^cabT^ifrrias bodies of cupboards. Attractively priced at  $22,000. Terms.  Better tivan 4 ac, in excellent location, some view. Only  $4,500.  GIBSONS "RURAL: Bring  us your offer on approx. 3 ac.  with cozy 4 room cottage, wired for range etc. Grounds ready for landscaping. Walking  distance to schools and shopping.  The finest small hobby farm  in area. 2 level acres, smart 3  bdrm. home features spacious  living room with fireplace ahd  lge. picture windows, W-W  carpets. All elect, kitdien with  adjoining dining room. 2 guest  cabins matches house and  garage   finish.   2   horse   barn,  DO    YOU    require    part-lime  book-keeping,       titntcm.'i.tf.,  bnl.ince    chet'tn,   Personal    Income tux return*.. Ph. 0I10-.9331,  4127-tfn  EXPERIENCED dry wall ii-vou-  Htle St textured celling*,, now  In Cilhsonn iirei. and nerving  the Peninsula, Free Estimates.  Fast service, Phone O -".' W  Drywall.   .180-2402.       42011-tfi.  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Spccinli/ltig In paper l.'u.*.,ii.fi,  Interior St exterior  derorathif;,  nil; eleanli.g,  Ml  lypea of  liulldlni! maintenance.  Phone   1111,1-1171 ft  42II -tfn  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found, Private 'entrance  Warm & clean, Selma Park,  Working gent only. Ph, 81.5-  9535. 4210-tri.  2~ BEDROOM" sult*o~lo~~ront.  Furnished.     Madeira     Purli.  M13-22-10. 1222-18  WANTED TO RENT  SUITE ' or house, GlhwnH~s'e7  ehelt area for $100 mo, or  less, Wanted by permanent  tenant commencing April 1. Ph.  Hllfi-O.'I.HI, 4172-1!)  YOUNG woman (21) .1- baby  desire furnlxhcd I.ouno on  .Sunihlne Coast for several  month.*!, Willing to pay $75  inu. Need electrlelty & running  water. Small house or cabin  preferable. Apply Mirgar-ct  Webb, Johnson',! La ml lug,  B.C. 420(1-19  MODILt HOMES  West Sechelt ��� 5 acres  with 150' of Highway frontage. Gulf view. $12,500.  Sechelt Village center ���  Flat and cleared building lot.  $3200.  DAVIS BAY ��� 2 bedroom,  basement, view home. AutO-  oil furnace. $16,500.  Several Fine Waterfront  Properties.  NOR WEST BAY ��� Half  aci*e of waterfront where the  fishing is great. 3 bedroom  cottage with stone fireplace,  Hydro, and lots of water. "  $7,000 down.  DAVIS BAY ��� lC5* W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on 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 largo view  lot nt $15,500 ensh,  Davis Bay -���. Selmn Park  View lota, 2-CO' x 100' lota,  both for $9200.  KEATS ISLAND ��� 100*  Watefront lot on Colllngwood  Road, Piped water and Hydro  servo next lot. $7,500.  SIVElt SANDS ��� View lot  on highway 101 and Bryan Rd.  Water and Hydro by. $1,500  down or $3,300 cash,  SANDY HOOK ��� Water-  front lot with .southern exposure. $11,1100 cash.  Multiple Linting Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don.  Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Scche|t, B.C.  4225-tfn  corral etc.~Attractive terms On  $30,000.  Inexpensive view home close  to shops etc. Clean 5 room cottage, partial bsmt. A-oil heat,  wired for range. $5,000 down  on only $13,800. full price.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Gibsons. B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  4227-18  GIBSONS HEIGHT Subdivision���Lots 72' x 130' ready to  build on. See us for NHA  Mortgage to build if your annual income is $8000 or less.  All services and close to Shopping-Centre and schools.  ..,.,.,��� ..- . 880-2481  '2.31 ACRES on Sunshine  Coast Highway with 3  house; workshop, corral m  chicken sheds. With 645' ft*  itage on highway. $3500 do\  on FP of $8500.  886-2481  WATERFRONT ��� 140' of  waterfrontage at Roberts  . Creek with 2 bdrm. older type  house. Fantastic view and path  to the water through cedars  to a small boat house. FP  $22,500 Cash. ,  880-2481  VIEW PROPERTY ��� Overlooking Howe Sound on 80' lot  with 2 bdrm Small house. Very  neat condition, suit retired  couple. FP $12,800 or $3050  down on terms,,  880-2481  GOWER POINT ROAD ���  In Gibsons Village, nice 2  bdrm house with full bsmt, on  view lot. Auto, oil heat, Pembroke bath, FP $10,500 with  Terms of $125 per month with  $5500 down,  000-2401  "BUY FROM THE PEOPLE  WHO LIVE IN AND KNOW  THE AREA," ,  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING SERVICE  LISTINGS WANTED  Representing Zurich nnd  Western Union Insurance  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road, Gibsons, good view.  Phone 885-2818 clays, 886-2600  eves. Write Box 4039-Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C.   4039-tfn  ���><! ACRE lot on lovely garden "  bay lake, 150' frontage. Gorgeous view.' $4,500 terms. Pli.  922-2559 or write No. 608-1550  Duchess Ave., West Vancouver. 4180-18  RARE residential view property within village boundaries of Sechelt. Five acre block  $7,1500. Box 4024, Peninsula  Times,  Sechelt. 4024-tfn  150 ACRES elevated view  property near Secret Cove.  Lane access. Just $60,000 for  quick sale. Write Box 4023,  Peninsula Times. 4023-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.  -.-_- 4251-18  Gower Point:  Waterfront ocre with cottage  partly cleared: 200 feet front  road access, handy to village  and ferry: $20,000 terms.  An excellent property, two  acres selectively cleared, within 75 yards of beach, blacktop  road, park-like area with tremendous views, $15,000 terms.  Gibsons:  Neat two-bedroom home on  large lot, freshly decorated,  fully furnished, ready to walk  into: $12,000 cash. j  Semi-waterfront: New subdivision, only 200 ft. to beach,  some lots cleared & grassed  (half-acre). $2,750 will carry.  Last lot on Sargent Road, 70  xl40 feet, an excellent view-  property well located: $3,500 on  terms.  Two lots, Chaster road, 50x  230 ft. each-an excellent holding property: $3,000 each, or  nearest.,  ROBERTS CREEK: Two lge  semi-view lots ��� Clearing in  progress ��� $6,000,00 each. At  same location, we offer 3  other large semi-view lots  with black top frontage. Water line laid. F.P- $16,700.00 for  the block of 3. Offers.  GIBSONS CENTRAL AREA  ���2 bedroom, well maintained  home on quiet street. Has furnished, self contained basement  suite. This home is most convenient to shops, transportation, schools etc. Heatilator  Fire Place, A-O Furnace, garage, garden, well kept lawns.  $7,300. Down on $23,500. with  very reasonable terms on balance.  HOPKINS LANDING���View  home on 55 ft. lot, Access from  two roads; 13x17 ft. living  room, has stone fireplace. Two  bed rooms, corridor style kitchen with nook. A-oil heat,  over 800 ft. includes large  glassed sunporch. Very close  to store, Post office, bus line,  beach and ferry terminal. Excellent uninterrupted view.  $7,000 down on $13,500. Full  Price.  EWART McMYNN,  REALTY & INSURANCE  WILSON Creek ��� 1 acre of  property on Chapman Creek  & Highway. Ph. 885-9389.  Write Fred McNutt, R.R. 1,  Sechelt, B.C. 4184-19  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    Good    263-4993  collect or 736-5D33  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  ONE red duffle bag. Containing clothes & sleeping bag.  Phone 921-7780 collect.  4218-18  FOR SALE  WE TRADE  3061-tfn  Mr, Crosby, eves.  Mr,  White,  eves.  MASON  A. R. SIMPKINS  riox 517,  Davis R-.y Road,  Sechelt.   885-21*32,  Specializing  In:  FTRKn-ACES  STONE WALLS  block rmiLniNc.s  4102 tfn  45 x 10 Travello, War.her, dryer, over.-iized hot water tank,  Fully   f.irt.lfihe.l,   By   appointment  only.  1185-2314,    31173-1 fn  MOBILE home -.ervice St diti-  trlbiitor, Hon Thomas furnace  repaint. flox 3011 Glb-mrm, Ph.*  .Illrt-272B. 3032-1 fn  (14x12 four I) ���ilniiiii) mobile  lu-i'i.e, r..mple.e With ftirni-  nhlt.fS**. wurIht, dryer, deep  freeze, T.V, for sale at No, 7  Sundance Trailer Park, Secholt, i 4217-20  WATERFRONT LOIS  Nowhere on the Peninsula will you find two moro  beautifully situated  TOP QUALITY WATERFRONT LOTS,  Just off tho Sumhlno Coast Highway, surrounded by  tall trees of a seven aero park ostqto, only four miles  from Sechelt, Both lots are 195 feet deep and each  has 100 feet ol safe cjentle sloping beach. All services available awl included in price each of $16,750.  First time offered, so hurry for first choice. Smnll discount for cash. To view coll owner at 733-2586 or  885-9722.  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple  Listing  Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  PHONE  886-2248  Do Wortman  Vince Prewer  Lorrie Girard  886-2393  886-9359  886-7760  4228-111  CARS & TRUCKS  CONVERTIBLE, Private, '63  Ford, 59,000 miles, A-l condition, carpet & upholstery  like new, P.S., P.B., & radio.  Phone 886-2765. 4159-18  1965 FORD   Anglia   Station  wagon for sale $709. Write  Box 3928, Peninsula Times,  Sechelt. 3928-tfn  1968   PLYMOUTH    Fury    3.  Vinyl 2 dr. HT. 25,000 miles.  V8 318.  P.S.  P.B. Auto.  Bob  Nygren 886-7161 4175-17  1966 VOLKSWAGEN    crew  cab, New tires, new motor,  good running order. Just $900.  Also 1958 Carmen GMa. Nice  running condition. $360. Phone  884-5382 or 884-5294.     4220-18  1956   CHEV   pick   up   truck.  Good  shape  $350.. Ph.  885-  9474. 4216-18  1967 GMC   Tandem   tractor,  w-5th   WHL���    D637    Toro-  Flow V8 Diesel w-50,000 miles.  Balance of warranty, 5 spd.  main, 4 spd. aux., 34,000 lb.  rear bogies, 12,000 frt. axle,  245" whl. base. 110,000 orig.  miles. Fair rubber. For fur-  -4her-information7-call-885-28i2  or 885-9646. Price $7,500 firm.  Copping Motors Ltd.   4230-18  TRAILERS  16 FT. Shasta trailer. Propane  stove & lights. New furnace  $650. Ph. 886-7161. 4174-17  BOATS & ENGINES  30' WORK boat. 120 hours on  new diesel. Sleeping accomodation, room for small stove  and sink, two holds, new propeller, over 100' ilh" yarding  line, three 70* tow lines, 70  pick-up lines, survey value of  $5,100. Will sell for $4,500.  Boat presently working -at  Howe Sound. For appointment  to view Phone 886-7755.  4190-18  16"   CARVEL   built   boat.   5'  beam. EasthiSpe 2 hp engine.  ���Build by Cold Harbour Shipyards.., 885-9712. 4168-19  1968 MERCURY Outboard 3.9  HP,  $160.   1969 Mercury  35  HP $425. Phone 885-9981.  4232-18  15' 6" Fibreglass Sangster-  craft, as new witli 60 HP  Johnston just rebuilt, both 3  yrs old. Mrs. McDonald, "Castaway" Redrooffs. Or Phone  885-9626. 4207-18  1965 Mercury 35 hp outboard  for sale. $250. Ph. 885-9384.  * 4212-18  PETS  TOY & miniature poodle puppies. Mole & female. From  $50  inoculated.  Ph. 885-9797.  4131-18  WANTED   ���   Male   German  Shepherd pup, Ph, 885-2160.  I       4214-18  SWAP  WILL trade guitar and amp  for  wet suit  with flippers,  Phone 885-2315. 4155-18  23 FT. aluminum trailer, propane 'stove & heater. $1,000  or trade. Bob Nygren 080-7101.  4173-17  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.  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  SEE the Handyman books in  The Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Fix your Ford, Chev.,  Volkswagen, Plymouth series,  $4.25 each. Sunset books, ideas  for remodelling homes, building furniturie etc. $2.50 each.  Also carpentry, plumbing,  house wiring. Ph. 885-9654.  3936-12  21  INCH Philco Cabinet model TV. Two- 40 gal. plastic  lined drums. Ph. 885-9730.  ���_. . 4209-18  12 HP Gibsons garden- tractor.  Ph. 885-8978. 4213-20  SMALL rototiller. $30.  Phone  885-9740. 4229-18  FOUR 4*  x  8* sheets  walnut  hardboard    panneling.    $32.  885-2845. 4221-18  880-20DII  flOO-2935  Richard F. Konnctt  Notary Public  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  '     Real Estate & Inr.urmict*  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  GUksoiih. B.C.  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Full prlco $35,000 with  $10,000 down.  99 ft, waterfront lot ot Madeira Park,  95 ft. waterfront lot ot Earl Cova,  131 ft, wotorfront lot ot Madeira Park.  {���Mcellent motel or trailer park ��lto, 4 acre* acro-js Hlohway  101  , from Pondor Harbour Hotel nt Madeira Pork,  23 larqe* view tot. In Madeira Pork and f'orl Cove,  Terms available on above proper!Ic**,  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, B.C. ��� Phone 003-2233  BOSER CEDAR PRODUCTS  SHAKES^AND  SHINGLES  For local sales call  in at  Wilson Creek Mill.  Phone  886-9697  4156-tfn  LEGAL  FOR SALE (Continued)  USED   wringer   washers.   To  clear $25. C&S Hardware,  Phone 885-9713. "    4112-17  4    BICYCLES.    1    boys    2C"  wheel, 1 girls 26" wheel and  2 Mustangs. 886-2908.    4170-19  NOW AT The Times Bookstore, Sechelt ��� Complete  hunting, fishing, sailing &  horseman's bible series, $2.50  each. Sunset gardening &  hobby bpoks. Canadiana books  for adults & juniors. Ph. 885-  9654. 3340-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint*��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivei's air tanks.  Skindivei-a, available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  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, 631 Marine Bmlding,  Vancouver 1, B.C., or tfi^For-  est Ranger, P.O. Box 69l Sechelt; B.C. ' 1/  4219-pub. April 1, 8,<I5, 22  Form No. 18  (Section 82).  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land recording District  of New We5trninster 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. ^nd containing %  acres morc\or-Jess. The purpose for which Ahe lease is required is summer home,  J. E. McKay  Dated  Feb. 21,  1970.  4103-pub,   March  25,  April   1,  8, 15, 1970  THIS VITAL  Ther* or* thro* million pooplo  around lho world today who b��-  Itavo that tho unification of mankind  Ii th�� will of God for our ago. Thay  call Ihom.otvoi Baha'lt.  Porhapi Baha'i Ii what you are  looking for.  EDNA M. FOOTS  Dahal't of Sunahlno Coast  885-2088, Sechelt, B.C.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  For Our Representative Coll Mr. Good Collect 263-4993 (24 hours)  .or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Coll.  2695 Grqnvlllo St., Vancouver.  WE COVER THE WATERFRONT  REVENUE SECHELT  A  ��ultos or summor  rentals/year  round steady on  the beach.  $5,500 down payment.  LOTS  $2,450 ot Garden Boy Lako, sco sl-gns, Or from $3,950,   10%  down at Selma Park near water, just off hlohway before Socholt.  WATERFRONT  Two desirable Iota at Sechelt $9,250. Law down payment.  HOMES  Stlrhmer or Perm, residence Holfmoon Day, Garden Day   Pender  J��AJ.r' s*~*llt',wl ?I6,900, Larocr modern homo $10,000 down  V i. .?/mr Ho'lklrn '-nnt'lno, Howe Sound, about $25,000 will  handle. Will never bo repeated. As o pre.tlac waterfront residence,  Over 5 bedrooms and oucsi accommodation, largo grounds,  Retirement  special  at   Madeira  Pork,   Modern home  plus  eight  lots to sell off os a subdivision. $20,000 handle.,  2 acres with 2 bdrm, home on Hwy, A miles Sechelt side of Ma-  delra Park turnoff, Only $6600 with $1600 down.  RESTAURANT  On the beach   finest location ovoiloblo for tho discerning buyer.''  v��ry eaty to hondlo, 100 feet and a going concern   Do not wait,  buy now, try $10,000 or your trade.  COMMERCIAL  The centre of tho Peninsula 300' near services; nvollohlo for n  ���7.���.H complex sub|eet to ronlno and licenses, never ogoln  at   $60,000,   Also  the  only   Indies'/Children'!.  Ww,   Toggery,   Special Listing.  o/'HaaO-.0' Jl,n!n,m ond '-0*"-l" Acreages. Phono mo. Mr. Good  i> i. . ' V . ' ' ^("c"ent In your area with .Hock Bros,  ^Ln'.! TVl1 the West. And I am o realtor nnd a  nwmbcir Of h<> InduUr.nl, Commercial and Investment Division  flri!!lU!r Vn,KOuvt'r R"ol Estate Hoard,.  FOR  THE  SUNSHINE  COAST,   PHONE  MC  AND  LIST  YOUR  PROPERTY���-WE SELL!  2695  Granville   St,,   Vrtncouvpr.   A��.k  for   Mr.  Good   263-4993,  24 hours.  BROS. REALTY LTD.  V  liH.r.����*)nll>( ill** .9   t*��� Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ONCE again the first hummingbird reported was seen in Mrs. Norm Watson's  garden at West Sechelt on March 23. It  is small wonder that this is the first port  of call for the hummingbirds when they  arrive here in spring, for Mrs. Watson has  devoted a great deal of time over a period of many years in servicing feeding  stations for hummingbirds. It is interest-'  inz that the first report of hummingbirds  was just three days after geese were re-  pcrtfcd heading north, which might bear  out the theory that hummingbirds travel  as stowaways on the bodies of the geese.  TURTLE CLUB  Bob Cunningham received word last  week that he had been. ejected a member  of the Turtle Club, an international club  which has its headquarters in Sausalite,  California.  There is only one way to qualify for  membership  of this  exclusive club and  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT. B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 o.m.  PHONE 885-9665  Ail Welcome  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highmsy)  ������by Mary Tinkley  members have just one thing in common  ������they have all avoided an injury which  may have proved fatal by wearing hard  hats.  Bob Cunningham qualified on Friday  February 13 when he was towing a truck  on the Upper Levels Highway. He got to  check his towline when the hook on the  towtruck broke, striking him twice on  the head. He was taken to Lions' Gate  Hospital for examination but it was^found  that thanks to the safety hat he was wearing, he was unhurt.  BACK HOME  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Duff are glad to  be home enjoying our glorjous spring sunshine following a trip to Florida where  they found the weather unusually cold  for the time of year. They stayed at Trea-  ,sure Island near St. Petersburg and rented a car in which they toured 1300 miles,  driving across the state to New Smyrna  Beach, then southwards along the east  coast to Palm Beach and Miami.  Their guests last weekend at Welcome  Beach were their son and daughter in law  Ra.b' and Dawn Berthelet.  IN BRIEF  At a public meeting at the Welcome  Beach Hall on March 24, Mrs. Derek Mc-  Cooey, Recreation Consultaitt, explained  arrangements being made for the celebration of B.C.'s joining Federation in 1871.  Appointed to a Centennial Committee  were Mrs. Ralph Lynds, Keith Comyn, J.  S. T. Williams and Wm. Fraser.  The next meeting of ,the Halfmoon  Bay Hospital Auxiliary has been postponed until Monday, April 13 at 8 p.m. at  Rutherford's.  The children of Halfmoon Bay School  held a successful home baking and rummage sale on March 25 which realized  over $30 towards their proposed trip to  Vancouver during the next few weeks.  ���Afrer^thtrEaster Service at the Unurch"  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 o.m. Church School  11:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th. 5th Sundays  7:30 o.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  SAINT MARY'S���GARDEN BAY  11:30 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  7:30 p.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays  Redrooffs���3 p.m., 2nd. 4th Sundays  Egmont���3 p.m. 1 st and 3rd Sundoys  of His Presence, Mrs. Alan Greene was  hostess at a fund raising tea for Green  Court Senior Citizens Homes.  LOCAL WEDDING  It was Easter 1945 when Mr. and Mrs.  Fritz Leuchte bought their property at  Welcome Beach on which they have built  their retirement home, Rock House. Now  25 years later, Rock House was chosen by  their daughter Susanne as the scene of  her wedding, for it was always a place  very dear to her heart  At  the reception  which  followed  the  The Peninsula Times Page 3  Wednesday, April 1, 1970  wedding last Saturday, Mr. Leuchte told  the guests how Susanne, after travelling  50,000 miles all over the world, wrote Ip  him from Cambodia saying how much  she loved Japan which was her "second  , country", but that Canada would always  take first place in her hearta���-particularly  that corner of Welcome Beach on which  Rock House stood and she hoped that  whatever happened he would never part  with it.  VISITING  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Moffat spent the  Easier weekend on a trip to Westview.  Their recent guests were their son Ken  and his ..friend Ken Morris, both f$sm  Grand Cache, Alta. Their daughter and  son in law, Lorraine and Lorna Wilson  also visited them and showed slide? of  their recent trip to Australia.  Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce was in the area  recently to move her possessions from the  Redrooffs house which has been her home  for so many years. She is moving into an  apartment in Burnaby.  There was a family reunion at the Art  Armstrong home recently when their  guests were Art's brother and sister in  law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bullard of Portland, Oregon who brought along another  brother, Walter' from Vancouver.  At the Jack Leyland's was Mrs. Ley-  land's mother, Mrs. Steve Hawirke of  North Vancouver.  Mrs. Ed. Surtees was in Vancouver  last weekend to say aur evoir to her son  John and his friend Hans Zeisbrich who  were leaving for a trip to Germany to  visit Hans' mother.  Parents Auxiliary  fund raiser event  RUMMAGE, Tea, and���Bake -Sale has  been scheduled by the Parents Auxiliary of Roberts Creek School for April  ,10th from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Roberts Creek  Legion Hall.  Useable rummage will be greatly appreciated and a call through 886-7164  will ensure rapid pick-up.  This1 will be the final fund-raising  event of the school year. Such funds go  toward purchase of educational tapes,  library books, sports day awards, Christmas and end of term treats, Save the  Children fund and the District Bursary  and Loan fund.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  GIBSONS RURAL No. U70  29 acres southerly slope .with view of Georgia Strait. Good water  supply. Excellent soil. 3 bedroom dwelling. Also cottage and poultry  house. $37,000.00. Call: C. R. Gathercole. 886-7015.  For the avid gardener. Large, level, landscaped lot. Excellent soil.  Fruit trees. Good* water supply. Comfortable two bedroom dwelling.  Double carport. F.P. $15,000.���Terms. Call: C. R. Gathercole,  886-7015 1155  20 ACRES HOME PLUS No. 1150R  Large barn for hay. Ideal for subdiv. Close to Gibsons on paved road  ond village water. Mostly cultivated. Bam has storage for 100 tons.  Would also be ideal for boarding horses. Good value at $45,000.  Easy terms. Call: Jack Anderson,  885-2053.  6.5 ACRES ROBERTS CREEK     "*" No. 1340  Cozy home. Close to beach, store and P.O. Ideal for development  trailer park. $15,950, some terms, bal. at 7%. Call: Jack Anderson,  885-2053.  Single bed-ram bungalow on spacious lot. Recently renovated. Ideal  for retirement Easy walking distance to shopping. F.P. $9,500. Co"L  C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015. 1496  Large corner view lot. Centrally located. Small cottage. F.P. $6,900.00  with $3,000 down payment or reduction for all cash. Call: C. R.  Gathercole, 886-7015. 1413  SELMA PARK No. 1305R  Cozy one bedroom home on small, easy core, lot. Just steps from  boat launching and general store, Full price for this clear title home  $8750.00 with half down, balance $50.00 per month. Call: Bob  Kent, 885-2161.  SECHELT VILLAGE No.  1425  2 blocks from shopping centre. Where else can you buy a 63x122  lot on wotermaln and electricity ot $2500.00 terms or for quick cash  sale $2000.00. Call: Bob Kent, 885-2161.  SECHELT No. 1266  Older 3 bedroom home on paved residential street near school. Full  price $9950 with $4500.00 down, Bolonce $50.00 per month. Homeowners taxes just a dollar. Coll: Bob Kent. 885-2161.  REDROOFFS ROAD   ~ No, 1341  Level, cosy access lots. About 1/3 acre, Terms os low os $550 down  with monthly poyments of $50. Call; Bob Kent, 885-2161.  SECHELT VILLAGE   No. 1394  Ideol family homo, 3 Irg. bedrooms. Llv, room 15x24, brick fireplace,  Kitchen features many clipboards, built-in range, half basement with  laundry room, Cement walks ond fenced yard, F.P. $26,500. View  this fine home today, Peggy Ayer, 885-2375.  LOTS OF LOTS!!  Buy your future homcsltc today, We havo many lots to choose from.  Waterfront ��� View. Coll: Peggy Ayer, 885-2375.  VIEW LOT DAVIS BAY No,  1454  Corner lot located on Hlohway 101. 1/3 acre treed property, water  and power available, no access pi-oblcm as lot Is located on corner.  This lot will not last. Just $3950 lull price, Call: Stan Andenon,  885-2385.  DAVIS BAY No, 1471  The bet lot  in the aroo located just acrov.  froin public poik ond  school, all cleared nnd redily (or building, $5,000 full price. Call;  Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  DAVIS DAY No,  1475  In thc hcort of Davis Hay this K a buy. Lovely treed view lot no-  turolly terracod with florxl building Ml.Von upper and lower portion  of lot, All services available, Rood soon to bo paved. $6200 full  prlco. Coll;  5tan Anderson,  805-2385.  SELMA PARK No,   1468  Nlre little 2 bedroom cottage with full both, automatic piopano furnace nnd propone Move, l.orge lot with nice view of Trail hlonds,  Fully serviced, nil new wiling, in house, A good buy ot $3800 down,  $10,000 full price, less for cosh. Coll; Ston Anderson, 88S.23.1S,  DAVIS RAY No.  1459  Oeoutlfully appointed executive home located In Dovh Bay on ",*i  acre lot, Lxtrnsivn stone work on ground. All hot water brat, 2000  ���.<���*, feel, Tntiemely well built, replacement cost would be morn than  selling price ol $48,000 with $20,000 down, Coll; Ston Anderson,  805.230!),  Rr.DROOrS No,   1453  fonfostic view of Grnrgin Sfrnir from a Inrgr freed view lot Ic-rotr-d  on RedrooM*. Rood, All seivlres ore civmlc.hli-, water I*, on the lot, Al  this time this lot is llie best buy In tho arm ot $4500, Call; Stan  Andervon, 8��!i 230S,  PORPOIM. HAY WA1 HURONT  f'ully mjivrixI woleilioi.t lot on nice <|ii|et lone. All cleared ond roorly  lor building, owdi'.wimmlno beodi, A nice (ilore to live. Reasonably  priced ol $/950 with ���".-MM) .town. Coll;  Slon Anderson,  flBS-2385,  DAVIS HAY No,  134?  Semi vvntciliunt view lot. New bom��'s, level Accev, lo public, beach,  $5950 LP. Call. Jock An.lti.on, 0052053.  ? ACRIS MA VlfVV Ni\  I223R  Pnved   mod,   icndy   I"   build,    $/,000   II'    Call,    tort*    Anderson,  n8fi.?of),i.  '500' WA1IRIRONT Ml VI R SANDS No    \?MK  On water *..i.pi>'v and hiQh��*av.. Sul-div, pC-v-. Real volue only $22,000  1,1', tall;  Jack Anderson,  ctfiS 205,1,  26 ACRES���ROBERTS CREEK No. 1393  Year round stream. Large older home. Built work and machine shop.  Barn. App. 5 acres clear and planted. 640 ft. highway front. Bolanco  nicely treed. Selectively cleared with trails for riding or hiking. Good  view of ocean, close to golf course. Good buy ot $32,000.00. Some  terms. Call. Jack Anderson, 885-2053.  SARGENT BAY No. 1245  Large -Ms acre'lots. Close to boach. Nicely treed. $2500. terms. Call:  Jock Anderson, 885-2053.  SHOULDN'T I  BE HANDLING IHE  SALE OF YOUR  PROPERTY?  51 Ml WAIIIURONI'  11J WAN IK No,   I242R  l.nrpo view |u|, rinse to boot launch and pork. VIAOO,  $ | 600 clown,  Coll; Jock Anderson, 005-205.1.  SECHELT REVENUE No.  1237  Near new duplex, Many deluxe features, Vanity bath, Oak floors.  Landscaped lot. Work shop. Walking distance to stores and P.O.  and beach. Real value $29,900,00. Try your terms, Call: Jack  Anderson, 885-2053.  ONE ACRE���SEA VIEW No. 1109  West Sechelt. Treed. Ready to build. $5950 terms, Call; Jack  Anderson, 885-2053.  GIBSONS VILLAGE No, 1337  2 bedroom, full hoscment, all rcfinlshed home, carport, water view,  Stindeck. All services, close to stores, $6,000,00 clown. Full prlco  $16,000,00. Call; Peter Smith, 085-9463.  MISSION POINT No. 1049  Over "lil acre wooded Icaso property, with boat lagoon, shower building, beach access. A steal at $5,000,00, Call; Peter Smith, 085-9463.  WEST SECHELT No. 1391  *2 only prlmo woterlront lots, last o( their kind, Good bcoch, easy  access, and private, 100 feet frontage each, at $16,750 asking.  Call: Peter Smith, 805-9463.  TILLICUM 0AY No,  1450  Only $11,900.00 full price, rcfinlshed 2 bedroom* home, fireplace,  automatic oil heating, Can't be duplicated for asking price, Cloic to  Marina, Call;  Peter Smith,  8859463,  SELMA PARK No, 145/ - 1458  2 largo lots, gulct street, offers on $4,000,00 each, Call; Peter  Smith, 885-9463,  GIBSONS VILLAGE No, 1189  Woter view, lovely 2 bedroom home, fireplace, automatic heat, good  garden, t'xtenslve use ol lovely wood panelling, Terms on $17,500,00,  or cosh offers; Call; Peter Smith, 885-9463.  GIBSONS RURAL Mo.   144/  Delightful 2 bedroom, ((replace, large garage, level lot Only 4  yrs, aid, a beauty ot $14,000 full price, Coll; Petri Smith, 805-9463.  wi.sr si:CHr.LT no, m/2  Mew 3 bedroom home, beautifully finished, Quiet oreo. Large ror-  port. Over 1000 sg. It, of luxury. $15,000 put-, you In, Call; Peter  Smith, 005-946:.,  PENDIR HARBOUR Mo, 14/6  100   ft.   woterlront   wllh   (loot,   heart   ol   flshlnrj ond   iKiolIng oreo.  Over ,1 nrrr*.. 2 brclrmrr, home fully furnished. All llil*. for down  payment ol   $20,000,00,  Coll,  Peter Smith,  805-946.1.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Box  155, Secholt ���*>  Sechelt 885-2235 Gilnons 086-7015  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  Beach 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  Sechelt, 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 Col��   FREE ESTIMATES   CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403   t^k-rl-SWANSON^m���  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvlcw Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Salo  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 ond Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating���-Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  .Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721   Res. 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 Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.   Tel: 883-2414   READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Scovicw ��� Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beningcr  Box 14, Sccohlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  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  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  ���"Ino lino o( fabric*..  Sampki brought to home,  HAL AND MAY AUOIN   Tol. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Freo Estimates  Phono 885-2375 after 5 p.m.  Bo*   593,  Sochdt,  B.C  GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL,  ALL KINDS OI: CEMENT WORK  Albert  Ronnbcrg 806-2996  or Norman Coatcs 006-2483  J. G. REPAIRS  All small nit moled motors repaired.  Saw  filing,  'own  mower*, '-hnrprncd.  Rennonohle rote��i  All repair., flimronteed,  Phono 806-9959 after 4:00 p.m.  or weekends.  FRANK E.  DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies .  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest -  Ten vcars to pay  Complete tine of appliances  For fifco estimate���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN  RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  HMie-885=2813   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  x.        --if  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 & Loa Towiria  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848  Bemina & 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 o.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  Furnlturo to anvwhere In Canada.  General  Freight.  Low-bed and heavy  hauling,  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headquc iters for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGregor  Currie - Pioneer Clothes   JEWELRY - TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  ,ANADIAN   ^ROPANE  Serving tho Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMAThS  Phono 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons,  B.C.  Offico 886-2481 Res, 886-2131  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Survoyora  Marino Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith $430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marino Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stem Drive  Lawn Boy, Sport yak.  Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 083-2266  WORK WANTED  Unlniilllnri - Lawn*, ond Landsrnrilna  Carpentry ��� f'lumhlno - Septic Tanks  l.ott. r.lrorcd ol dehrh or nny |<>l>.  Nn Joti Ton Small ond Seldom Too Hlfl,  Phono 885-9418  W.lliom $. Dnolcy, R.R. 1, Sechelt, D.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsoil  I ill ��� Drain Rocks - Sewer'.  R.R. 1, Madeira Pork, B.C.  Phono 883-2265 or 883-2721  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free .Estimates  Phone 886-7477  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' ��� Men's - Children's Wear*  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  Sect  :lt  ECHELl  .3ARDEN  HOP  A COMPLETE SELECTION  for all your garden and patio needs  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  Cowrie Street - 885-9711  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secholt to Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phono 885-9494 - 885-2045  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ��� SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential,  Industrial  and Marino Wiring  Specializing in Electric Hear  Phono 886-7244  COAST BACK HOE AND TRUCK LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for Sale  Phono 883-2274  Bo* 89 r Madeira Park, B.C.  John DeKleer  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Davit Bay, B.C. - Phono 885-2050  STUCCO  Old Homos A Specialty  GAMDIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING   SIIKllllS . rullIT TRI IS  0CRRY PLANTS - BIDDING PLANTS  rrRJILIZLR - PLAT MOSS  Phone 886-2684  Welcome, to the Floor:.!..no Coo*.!  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Spriinlhl*. In Clronint) .  I |(.oi  WoMtvi  Sproy lluflliif)    Window CI. oi.m,, "  iii.A'-ONAni.i: liAirs  KCN C   STRANGl  Phono 886-7131  - Gibsons,  B.C.  RUBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see IHE TIMES  �� t* 0**?**,** i��--*A p"**.**  ->h.A.>a��^(4>Hi  Hi.,*-fi,.-*-�����-._*  +*v/*-0^.***#.^**fl+ti*r*Hjr***.a*t Ail<  ���i      *A>t��-.A>A^IJI^y'a>A'* I  ft     ,#-*-���#     , J-irfl  *���  *   *> *�����*���  V**-     -feA-a-*-.   -��� *.+���**   4*.      +       ^j*** + "I- *  ��    /���,.. *-gM'---^-----*-^-.a^a-r'V^',".-'f*"*^  ��^VVVV^VN%^V\V,<?WVV,V^V*rVSi4^  Paae 4  The Peninsula Times"  Wednesday, April 1, 1970  ���MMWUUUI  ���������������M"**^wr��a*WM***^*^*^**-*pftAAnftwnrifififtftiMtA*wiiw\n^  ���uuuuuutii > ��*���*�����,  The Peninsula^i^^  '/ may be wrong, but i shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  '  ���John Atkjn  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher j  ��� MMUMMMMMM-'IWW'l-^IW'-'I'.nniV-l'ra  l  OF ALL the despicable means of making a living there surely can be no  occupation as abominable as that of  seal cub hunting. If hunting is the correct terminology, for decending upon  large numbers of harmless, attractive  and friendly creatures with murderous  intent hardly falls into our interpretation  of hunting.  Supposedly civilized countries  throughout the Western world have been  shacked at the recent films showing  latest atrocities committed by morons  _wiio, after dealing the helpless creatures  *^a number of blows to the head with  clubs proceeded to split them open and  skin, them while still struggling1 for life.  This must be one of the most blatant  exhibitions of bestiality carried out, apparently, legally since0 the war time cori-^  centration camps of nazi Germany. At-  trocities, whether they be committed  against human beings or defenseless  animals, are intolerable and cannot be  condoned under any circumstances. If  it is to be condoned, and this present  government has obviously done very  little to suggest otherwise, then any  claims we lay to being civilized are no  more than subterfuge.   Acceptance of this barbaric behavior  of fellow beings completely dispels the  image that we are an educated, responsible and progressive race. Indeed,, at  best, this is, an extremely shallow facade.  There arc, of course-/ various arguments put out in support of this sickening example of money making but few,  if any, are valid. It is, for example, ridiculous to suggest it is thc only way a  group of individuals are able to make  a living. If bloody slaughter is all they  are capable of, then they are a parti-  PS   tBa�� le��  cularly worthless lot. They belong to an  era best forgotten.  The only purpose of this so-called  hunt is to provide would-be ladies of  fashion with, often impractical, items of  apparel considered to be the "in" thing  for those of sufficient means. In process  of filling this dubious need big operators undoubtedly accrue substantial  wealth.  Not that - there is anything wrong  with amassing honest wealth. Unfortunately there aire times when even though  honest the means leave a great deal to.  be desired.  That certain characters are permitted to prosper by brutally slaughtering,  baby syals and disbowling them while  still alive and, even worse, while, the  mother looks on, is a destardly insult to  the society in which \ye live.  Millions of Canadians are profoundly  shocked at what they have seen and  heard on their televisions. Many have  raised their voices in protest, a protest  loudly echoed in other countries. Wc  can only hope the storm continues.  Fisheries Minister Jack Davis was understood to jia^e^  but if this was indeed his, and our, impression then  he  has failed  dismally.  The squalid matter can be stopped,  it can "be stopped quite easily by the  government. Unfortunately governments  are loathe to take bold steps until such  time the public makes loud and clear its  dissatisfaction. With the present out- *  cry, taken up in other countries, it Ts f-  very possible the long awaited action  will* finally materialize. One thing is  certain, the blood which has too long  stained the ice will lie on the country's  concience for a long time hence.  Art Display  Work completed at the Adult Educa- . Helen  tion night school classes will be displayed in the Art Gallery in May.  Pictured with some of their exquisite  oil paintings are from left back row:  Rita Peterson; Audrey Cottrell;  Laurella Hay; Verda Schneider;  Shirley Brown; and Nancy Nygren.  Front: Instructor Mrs. Kay Wells;  Rutherford; Florence Mc-  Savaney; Dorothy Johnson; Margaret Hill; Francis McDougall and  Louise Carroll. Besides her own  studio work, Mrs. Wells has been  teaching for many years and during  the summer often meets with students for outdoor pauiting sessions.  Roberts CreekJ4ews  LATEST opposition to the now notorious Benson White Paper came  last week from the Honourable J. V.  Clyne, Chairman and Chief Executive  Officer of MacMillan Bloedel Limited,  who raises the point that while this White  Paper proposal, if implimented, would  produce vast sums of capital, the government as given no indication as to what  purpose the money wilLbe put.  Speaking to the 22nd Tax Conference  of the Canadian Tax Foundation in Montreal, Mr. Clyne commented,"what.programmes has it in mind that would require ' the vast sums the White Paper  would produce? How can those of us outside government be expected to make a  qualitative judgement on tax proposals  without knowing what projects are planned and what they will cost? It is unprecedented for a government to seek  new revenue on this scale without saying  where it proposes to use it."  The White paper, in one paragraph,  exhorts us to recognize the social structure realities of modern Canada and explains that a reformed tax structure must  further thc proper development of this  changing society. "That is a laudable objective but we must bo aware that it may  bring about a radical transformation in  thc country's way of life" said Mr. Clyne.  Now, in Canada, wc arc asked to  accept a system of taxation that would  gradually drain off thc reservoir of individual private savings to thc public  sector where decisions as to its investments would largely be in thc hands of  civil servants. While their management  of investments might be very skillful,  we would not expect to get much from  them in the way of risk capital, which is  precisely the kind that has sparked  Canada's development. Wc must ask ourselves if such a system is one which wc  desire, where initiative is taken from  private citizens and given to government.  Only when wc have answered that question arc we ready to write new tax legislation.  The foregoing has been but a small j*i'  part of Clync'.s speech, it Is, nevertheless, i';*.  significant and simply substantiates our -J.'  own recent claims that thc Trudcau i  government seeks a socialistic republic. A*,  liven more significant is another state- &.'.  ment by Mr. Clyne which suggests that  beyond a certain level, public sector  .spending passes to a stage whereby the  ability of the country to carry on as a  healthy economic entity begins to dis  integrate. One either has a. free competitive system or one has not, and at some  point, continued enlargement of government participation or intervention in the  economy of a country will transform it to  one of TOTAL STATE CONTROL.  The White Paper, says Mr. Clyne, is  a revenue producing document and its  talk of equity and neutrality is, in the  main, a mockery of those terms "If you  do not think so let me ask how the following proposals mesh with equity and  neutrality": ���;.���  1. The taxation of certain gains every  five years, whether or not the taxpayer  has realised them.  2. The formula which would tax almost every private house sale in most  major Canadian cities . . . even though  the government says it does not seek .any  such result.  3. A complex proposal to tax in advance certain sales of goodwill and depreciable assets.  4. Thc immediate taxation of goodwill proceeds, coupled with a deferred deduction allowed to thc purchaser.  5. The taxation of sales of pcrsoncl  possessions over $500.  6. Increased individual tax loads on  all taxable incomes over $4,000 in the  case of single persons and over $10,000  in the case of married persons.  7. Partnership elections which some  taxpayers can have and others cannot.  "These features���along with others���  do not fit a reasonable definition of  equity."  MRS. L. Flummerfelt, and Mrs. S. Rowland were co-hostesses at a bridal  shower recently, held \in honor of Miss  Diana Beeman whose marriage is to take  place shortly. *  A decorated basket held the beautifully wrapped gifts, which were handed  to the bride-to-be by Mrs. Janet Thorning-  ton. Twin heart-shaped cakes, decorated  with red roses were placed on a low table  and Were much admired by the guests,  dames were played while refreshments  jkvite_being���_prep^ Mt  Forbes  walking away with the prize for most  efficient laundry maid.  Sandwiches, fancy cakes and a big  bowl qf Chow Mein were enjoyed by  everyone.  Those present were: Mesdames, Joy  Gibson, Janet Thornington, Charlotte  Raines, Mildred Forbes, Leora Hughes,  'Joan Rowland, Emily Qiugley, Millie  Thyer, Marie Leask, Muriel Tibb, Lil  Flummerfelt, Flo McSavaney, Any Zeron,  Bessie Baba, Connie Wilson, R. Gledson,  W. Dorey, Vina Beeman and Miss Diana  Beeman.  ���by Florence McSavaney  IN BRIEF  Mrs. R. Marsh is enjoying a short  vacation visiting with her s'.ster who is  at present residing near Las Vegas.  Roberts Creek is at present greatly  increased in population with all of the  part time residents here for a short stay  in preparation for the summer months  ahead, and others for a short visit to  enjoy country life.  It is going to be a day to remember  this week when the municipal water is  turned on to xnake a reality of what a  few years ago was only a hoped for  dream.  Bartender: Gin 'n' tunic.  Blake C. Alderson  D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sachet!  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturdoy 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  ��������Bi��SS-*J*��^  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR WATERWORKS  ���JADEIRA PAR1C COSMUNITY -HALL  Art Class  Studying .under Mrs. Kathleen Wells  pictured on right, Mrs. Laurella Hay  has completed many beautiful oil  paintings during the 20 week Adult  Education course. A well-known  artist from Roberts Creek, Mrs.  Wells is a member of the Vancouver  Art Gallery; Federation of Canadian  Artists and the Western Art Circle  and takes great pleasure in working  with students for she believes that  painting is the greatest .therapy in  the world.  TJ&JMWMNMRMIWZi  Guaranteed Watch and  Jewellry Repairs  SECHELT JEWELLERS  885-2421  tWafllil*.*"!*^^  m^smmi^mx^^m^^mxmsm!mf^m,m^i^s^rx  ���x-ag.ffliaa��wg!!rt  ,  r  ���rwwv*  ���urv******-  t  v.  V  at  7m��x^9^MmMmtm^m}Mmm^m:M^fis^^sl\^"'9.  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring; Supplies  Specializing in  MAitifEL  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phono 8S5-2062  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAID  ��� This freo rcmlndor of coming events Is a sorvico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTb. Phono Peninsula Times direct for frco listings, specifying. "Date  Pad". Plcaso nolo that spoco Is limited and somo advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  April I���8 p.m. St. Hilda's Church Hall. Sechelt Garden Club Mcctlna.  April 3���2 p.m, Roberts Creek (.colon Hall. L,A Spring Tco & Dazaar.  April  A���8-11   p.m,   Madeira  Park Community  Hall,   Pcntlcr  Harbour  Hospital Auxiliary Wine and Cheese Party,  April  6���7 p.m,  Coast  Inn, Gibsons,   S.C,  Chapter R.NA.D.C.   Dinner  Meeting.  April 11���2-8 p.m. Sr, Hilda's Hall, Secholt Garden Club Flower Show  ond Art Display, Tea ond Plant Salo,  April   13���7:30 p.m.  Port Mellon Community Holl,  Port Mellon Mosp.  Auk, Spring Foshlon Show.  April   16���1:30 p,m,  Senior Citizens Association flronch o9  meeting  In Sechelt Legion Hall.  April   10���1*30 p.m, Sechelt Legion Hall, Spring Tea and Dak**. Salo.  Sr, Citizens Branch 69.  April   27���fl   p,m,   Sechelt   Legion   Hall.   Annual   M����tlng   St,   Mory't  1 lospltal Soclsty.  ASK FOR FRfB CATALOGUB OP PROPERTY  Multlplo Listing Servlc*  Vancouver Real E.toU  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  >!  ..ajFalFJlkjft.,.. ..TTa J,   JU..I..H.   LU.���IE .&2^J  ml&w��*%*Se&&��*M&l .aaatWFa* .. .a ���a**.* *a.fca aw rv^,^  ..��     ��'    ���Fa*-"*  ���.-If-JitKht^  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  PIZZA IS A PLEASURE . . .  TO BAKE AND TO ENJOY  When you come to think of It, recipes havo a habit of floating around the world  almost as quickly as chain letters!  And probably no recipes movo more quickly from country to country than do yeast  recipes, Dread Is basic t . , In fact, tho word "Bread" Is often used to mean all food,  In ovory part of the world people cat some form of yeast dough, Recipes ore  often brought to this country by Immigrant fomllles or by travelers, Travelers of a sort  brought Pizza to tho popularity It now on.oys In Canada,  In World War Two, Canadian soldiers In Italy were Introduced to Pizza, the crisp,  yeast-ralsctl dough with Its many voriotlons of toppings. It seems strongo to think  that twonty-fivo years ago. Pizza was almost unknown In Canada:  Here Is a recipe for boclc Pizza dough and two different toppings which we think  you will wont to odd to your,collection of favourite recipes,  ONE DOWL PIZZA        Model 2 Pixxai  2 to 2',-j cups unsifted all-purpose flour 1 package Fleischmann's Ropldmlx Active  1 ><_. teaspoons sugar Dry Yeast  2 teaspoons salt I cup very hot top water  A tablespoons Planters Peanut Oil  In a lorgo bowl thoroughly mix 3/4 cup flour, sugar, salt, and undissolve.) Flelscl).  monn's Ropldmlx Active Dry Yeast, Gradually add very ho* tope wator ond Planters  Peanut OH to dry 1/,-aredlcnts and boat 1 minute at low speed of electric mixer, or  vigorously with mixing spoon, scraping bowl occasionally, With mixing spoon stir In  enough additional Hour to moko a soft dough, Turn out onto lightly floured board:  knead until smooth and elastic, aliout fl to 10 minutes. Placo In greased l>ow|, turning  to greose top, Cover: let rise In warm place, free from draft, until doubled In bulk,  ol>out 45 minutes.  Punch dough down ond divide In half. Press each piece of dough Into a areoied  12-Inch pizza pan, forming o standing rim of dough. Fill with desired fillings  (bnlow) and bake as directed,  POPULAR PIZZA TOPPING FOR M2" PIZZA SHELL  1 tin tomato squce t7,li ouncos) '. pound salami or pepperonl slices  salt to taste          ' 6 stuffed olives sliced (optional)  rfirpprt, to taste 6 ounces mozzarella cheese  I  teaspoon oregono 2 tablespoons groted Parmesan rlieese  ', cup sliced mushrooms 2 tablespoons Planters Peonut Oil  ���'i medium green popper sllvcVorl '                 ,*,...                          *���.        *       *  Cover plzzo shell with nlx>ve Ingredients, and !>oke In a modoroto oven (350* F)  about 30-.15 minutes, or until done, Cut Into slices ond serve,  HAM 'N CHEESE TOPPING FOR 1.12" PIZZA SHELL  *; pound sliced ham, rut In strips I tablespoon chopped paisley  2 slices Swrts rn<*-*'..., cut In strips I  teaspoon soil  2 medium tomatoes, t.ltrcd \*t tup tomato r.oure  Cover pal***. Sat**!! with horn ch-m! <K*mi# strips and tltc-rd ft*rwtor% Sprinkle -with  cliofifierl porsley nnd soil Pour tomato sauce over oil, Dokn in preheated hot oven  (400* n for 20-25 minulis.  ���*W:i.A;k;s..��'^;,iS^.1a���.��^  rs  ir-ag-SFK*'^^  sss;  BOOUCSTORE  A Good Selection of  Popular COOKBOOKS  Sechelt 885-9654  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons. B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at  .   .   .  HELEfSlE'S  FASHION SHOPfPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  TdOD'S  DHYGOODS  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  WEAR  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrost Shopping Centre  SAVE MOWEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving Tho Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  805-2283 - Secholt, D.C.  3SS t-'V'VNrvsr'-'-^W'V^  Rescue  Efficient rescue- technique   demon- - won visitors   admiration.   In short couldn't have had a more precarious  strated.by. 1st Gibsons. Scout. Troop    time the boyS .securely, strapped .in- obstacle than the wooden boxes, over  during last Thursday's demonstration   jured boy   on stretcher   and   they which they hauled the stretcher.  t      r   If * ->  ��� a      j  a  ���/}.. J .-JV     I  ' * " t       M    '  ^    >J  .*t^>r*M.  k,    a    -  ,  a    .. -aaa  J      I  a^-F"  i  ,'���''  ��     -F.  1   ^  7  f  ;V*<*4, a. i 'Va-J.F-'i  ,7*>7  v    v is /���  ***r*,s*v >  ***-f^aW--  /  F-^',a,i  ��*  �����* **a>  -'aa>'.L'f>1r'>J-**     ^'a��C.,     'J~tS��^*-'^C��-a��**t**--  ^*Sla5r?*��  | *t    FFUJ **  It's Easy  For all campers who have trouble  erecting a tent, better take a Scout  along with you for these lads really  know how to make it look simple.  Last Thursday's demonstration in  Gibsons Elementary School proved  that the Scouting programme offers  boys tremendous interest and challenge arid 1st Gibsons Scouts are a  very well trained and efficient troop.  Multifold programme  covers all age groups  PIONEERS of  Brifisl/ Columbia- .dirting *  the Province's first century in Confederation and those who will be pioneers  of the second century will be honored  in 1971 by the British Columbia Centennial '71 Committee.  This is one phase of the multifold  programme for people of all ages in all  parts of the Province, during the yearlong celebrations for the 100th anniversary of British Columbia's entry  into Confederation. ���  As part of the overall plan to provide  something exceptional for everybody, thc  Provincial Centennial '71 Committee will  offer recognition for those who were  born in Canada or residents in Canada  prior to January 1, 1897, and who are  now residents of British Columbia; for  British Columbia residents who have  attained or will attain, their 100th birthday by or during 1971; and for every  boy. and girl born In British Columbia  during Centennial '71,  Exact details of the honours for "Centennial babies" are in the planning stages,  rioneers who qualify for the award  will be presented with a medallion at  special ceremonies arranged by Local  Centennial Committees, During the 1900-  67 Centennial Celebrations, more than  12,000 citizens were honored with pioneer  medallions,  A special "Centenarian Awnrd" will go  to the select few residents of British  Columbia who will attain or have attained their 100th birthday during 1071.  Application forms for Pioneer Medallions and Centenarian Awards will be  available through Local Centennial Committees. Further details on the awards  will be relca.scd at a later date,  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  APRIL 1st TO APRIL 7th  1     0231 am  13.9  W. 0023 am  10.0  l        1206 pm  11.4)  0743 pm    3,6  4  Sa,  0416am 14.4  1033 am 6.5  0421 pm 12.9  1033 pm     5.4  2     0316 am   14.1 1  Th. 0913 am    9.5  0146pm   11.7  0040 pm    3.9  5  Su.  0446 am 14.4  1110am 5.0  0521 pm 13.5  1110 pm     6.6  3     0351 am   14.3  Fr.  0953 am    0.1  0306 pm  12.3  0938 pm    4.5  6  M.  0511 am 14.4  1153 am 3.7  0616 pm  14.0  7      1203 am  ������A**-      Sa. 0536 am  **^                1233 pm  0711 pm  7.0  1*12  AUTHORIZED DEALERS for  ��� Mercury Outboard*  ��� Pioneer Chain Saws  ��� Canadian Chain Sawa  ��� Homelito Chain Saw*  ��� Stihl Chain Saw*  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICI.  chain saw tmm  Cawrio  St.,  Scchclf ���.  885-9626  , ���  .<* ^ tifk'tyx  Pender High-Lights  THIS year the system of making decorations and setting up for the Graduation Dance has been changed. Usually,  the Graduating Class does this but this  year the Grade ll's are. The students in  Grade 11 have, been divided into groups  and each group has chosen one area of the  gym to work on. The Graduation Dance is  being held Saturday, May 30..  The  Student's Council has held  another meeting this week and it has been  decided  that  girls  are  to  stop  wearing  slacks  to  school  because  of the  warm  "weather now approaching.  The school's trampoline is being set  up in the mornings and after school and  it is being used whenever the students  have a free moment and can get on it  and have a bounce oi two. The trampoline  is being rented to Madeira Park Elementary School for the gymnastics people.  We hope that they will enjoy it as much  as we have.  The Council went in debt to get us the  tramboline and now money has to be  raised to pay for it.  On Wednesday, March 25, Mr. and  Mrs. Livingstone visited and both showed  colour slides and gave a brief summary  on the history and geography on Israel's  land. All students were shown these  slides and they were enjoyed by all. We  wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Livingstone  for taking the time to come and show  these interesting slides.  INTERVIEW  We have now finished writing about  the Graduating girls and will start writ-  ���by April Walker and Wendy Clayton  ing about the boys. This week "our boy"  is John Mercer. John is a very active  student at school and is Captain of Senior  boys Basketball and Volleyball teams.  He is a member of the Grad Club and  was Class Rep* for the Grade 12*s. John's  future is undecided and so we will leave  this for him to tell when he knows.  SPORTS  * This week we are featuring the Junior  Boy's basketball team. The team this year  has about seventeen members, most of  --���which are from grade eight and nine. The.  Captain is Kirk Northrup from Grade  ten. This team has had a very successful  year of playing. Their competitors were:  Brooks-Powell River; J. N. Burnett-Richmond; Pemberton, Elphinstone-Gibsons;  and Squamish. Out of nine games, our  boys only lost one. The boy's team for  next year should prove to be very promising for their standards are steadily  rising. Here's hoping!  The Haida and Nootka house teams  are still' fighting to gain' a-"lead over each  other. This week Haida, junior girls and  boy's teams won while Nootka"took the  lead with their senior girls. Next week,  we will have a write up about the senior  girl's basketball team,  Middle age is when your memory is  shorter, your cyperience longer, your stamina lower and your forehead higher.  What the average woman wants  Is a  great big, strong man who can be wrap-,  ped around her finger.  The Peninsula. Times   , Page 5  Wednesday, April 1, 1970  Readers Right  Horrible spectacle  Editor. The Times,  Sir: I address you regarding the Baby  Seal hunt which occuiY-ed a year or two  ago. Via TV thousands',of us all over  Canada, arid other countries, witnessed  the scene.and were horrified at" the brutality displayed on that occasion. We saw  the clubbing and skinning alive of the  helpless young animals. There was a  great outcry at that time, and .it was  claimed by the Establishment that the  pictures were faked for the sake of sensationalism; and we were assured that  all future hunts would be carefully supervised in order to aucertain that the killings be "H u m a n e ." ���'  Thii, promise has proven to be the  proverbial bone thrown to a dog; for  last week there was a repetition, and  these pictures were   not faked.  Again we raise our voices. This time  we are told by the Establishment that  the Baby Seals were not as young when  clubbed, (and skinned alive, too) as on  the previous occasion; as though the fact  of their being two weeks older could  justify the" extreme brutality employed;  and apparently condoned by the Government of Canada.  Let those "in power remember that  Revolution employing the guillotine,  when many heads fell. In Canada we  employ the secret ballot.  Mrs. Vera Lobb  Action packed comedy  for waterfront theatre  JUST out of prison, Charlie Croker  (Michael Caine) takes time_tp update  his wardrobe, tune up his sports car, and  romp with some party girls. He then goes  to work at the ambitious robbery of  $4,000,000 in gold from Turin, planned  by a Mafia-liquidated colleague.  This is just part of the action in "The  Italian Job", showing this week at Sechelt  Theatre on the waterfront. And still it  continues: For backing, Charlie goes to  crime-overlord Bridger (Noel Coward),  at present enjoying special privileges in  jail from respectful guards. A group of  skilled goons is assembled to create a  mammoth traffic jam in Turin, via rigged  computers.  In the resultant hodgepodge, three  daredevil drivers of mini-cars holdl up the  stalled armored truck carrying the loots.  All this adds up to wild, imaginative nonsense, with stunt driving to congeal the  blood. Pace seldom slackens. Acting follows suit, with Michael Caine's Charlie  more cocky than competent. And a special  bow to Noel Coward, who delightfully  overplays the success symbol, who expects  plaudits and accepts them with campy  modesty.  Wildlife Week poses  question for schools  .< WHAT -, Canadian wildlife species; are  '*" endangered? How do they become endangered? What happens if a species dies  out? Has an endangered species ever been  rescued from extinction? Is it important  to be able to enjoy willdlife? Is man an  endangered species?  These are some of the questions that  will be placed before school children  throughout British Columbia during National Wildlife Week, April 5 to 11.  Seven thousand posters and copies of  articles on the subject, of "Endangered  Wildlife in Canada" are being distributed  jointly by the Fish and Wildlife Branch,  The British Columbia Wildlife Federation,  and the Department of Education, to  schools,in the province,  Dr. James Hatter, director of the Fish  and Wildlife Branch, says extermination  of a species need not be inevitable and  the provision of proper habitat and sound  management programs can prevent the  loss of our wildlife  populations.  National Wildlife Week Is an annual  observance declared by an Act of Parliament In 1947.  u       U  j     r* , , . , .  ,s?��\|,f A  ���'?   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ChM* our low-*Ml.l*l|Mf��Ft,our ��SlUng ratM In yourdlreatoiy, N~������        it ��# ��������**'1mi-G***H'ftHflim tftMmU  UL1BA V  CUSTOM BUILT BY  520 Mountain Highway  NORTH VANCOUVER  1095 ���'���-;0.-B. -Factory  DAVIS BAY WATER-WORKS  Effective April 1st, 1970 Davis Bay Waterworks will become  part of thc Sunshine Coast Regional District Water Supply System.  Users aro, advised that all business of the Davis Bay Waterworks will be handled at the Sunshine Coast Regional District Of fice,  Davis Bay. Postal Address R.R. 1 Sechelt.  CHARLES F. GOODING  Secretary  A  SPECIALISTS m CLEANING  WINDOW CLEANING  .S0MBLE 1MB    ~  ��{*rsiBige  _x.. ^   .���-.���. r-���~  ".  /  o *���*  /  .T" * *f   *���*"  f' -> -  -,  i  v���- *s  Plnf*, Wfilte, Lavender and Hed.  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Frco advise on  your gardening problem...  1  Murray's Garden  Gower Point Rd., Gibson*  Phone 886-2919  f,-  I)      '  ^*��i*��*i  ��� l-l-H **   Jt*    *  * m. *   *. a f^m ����� ^n.-i".-j-hn.rf^.*%,j��-a��.^,-��i m**.*ini+��+n*��++*  tM^|^^^|^bJbta^rft^hhri<>A-Virfaka��,ahl'^'^  ff^^^   *^^    >'A^#4''^r'al     ^^^B  �����( A4 <r  k^ ��,��. ^ <  -.��������.�����#    �������,  A t* J*  t >f it a + *���*, a  *        * K       A -**aH<* ^ ^ ^���'���"u.  ^���>7.^7:i^$y:*m.  Boxing bout   between  Hansen, on left and Graham Winn  was full of fire and won the two lads  trophies for the best  Cub bout: If  Clonk  Cubs Mike there had been a follow through to  this blow someone would likely have  been on the floor.  .���'���v  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  ON MONDAY evening last week, at the  home of Mrs. Rhonda Beeman, a delightful surprise bridal shower was held in  honor of Miss Diana Louise Beeman. She  was presented with a pink carnation corsage and received many lovely gifts from  a large white basket trimmed with pink  and featuring silver wedding bells.  Guests present were: Barbara MacLean;  Leilo Buchhorn; Aileen Watson ;��� Ciana  Watson; Mary Solnik; .Joan Quarry;  Agnes Boutin; Dorothy Skerry; Chris  Anderson; Pat Hogan; Vina Beeman;  Laurie Beeman; Vickie Beeman; Myrtle  Munroe and Vi Price, Unable to attend  but sending gifts were: Doreen Stewart;  Diahne Demarco; Esther Carey; Linda  Chamberlin and Carol Messner. Delicious  refreshments were enjoyed including a  shower cake.  BRIDGE PARTY  At the Gibsons Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital Bridge party, 12 tables were in  play. Prize winners were Mr. and Mrs.  Walter McGown, first with a score 6410.  Mrs. McGown was given a bottle of wine  and Mr. McGown, a tie, donated by  Marine Mens Wear.  Second prize winners were Mrs. J.  'Cramer and Mrs. I. Neilsen whose score  was 6070. Mrs. Cramer received a cup  and saucer and Mrs. Neilson a ceramic  ashtray. ' ��    .  . The door prize donated by Mrs. Colin  Dobell was won by Mrs. J. Gritt.  Next Auxiliary bridge party is April  27th at 7.30 in the Health Centre.  ROUND AND ABOUT  .Recent guests at the home of Mr. and  Page 6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 1, 1970  and   Gibsons -were  Gibsons.  held   this   year   at  EGG HUNT  It was perfect weather with bright  sunshine and gentle breeze for the ,  Saturday morning Easter Egg Hunt  sponsored by Gibsons Chamber of Commerce and held at Mainil's Pitch and  Putt Course. Overwhelming crowds of  happy youngsters frolicked about the  property in search of brightly wrapped  chocolate jsggs, under the, watchful eye  of the Easter Bunny..  RALLY  Young people from the Pentecostal  Assembly attended a rally at Cbnnaught  Heights Church F<8th Ave., New Westminster on Friday after having a picnic  lunch at Stanley Park en route. They  were accompanied by Pastor B. J. With.  All enjoyed the afternoon and evening  meeting. Murray Dempster was the  speaker. The music and fellowship was  a joy. Christians attended from Chilliwack  and other points in the Fraser Valley.  Welcome Beach wedding  Long Bay honeymoon  ROCK House, Welcome Beach, the home  o-CMr. arid Mrs. Fritz Leuchte, was  the scene of an interesting and unusual  wedding on Saturday. March 28th, when  marriage tows were exchanged between  their daughter, Susanne Frederick  Leuchte and Richard Charles Bolivar,  son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bolivar of  Oliver, with the Rev. Jim Williamson  officiating. The sun shone in all its glory    on a perfect setting, the big windows of  MrsT^~Wic1-;tund, Soames Pomtr-were���the-Uving-rdora^Cafferimj-panoramic^ew^  To upgrade your house is to lift and put it%>n a concrete and block wall  foundation.  FOR DETAILS CONSULT  REGIONAL DISTRICT BUILDING INSPECTOR  For Estimate Consult  Box 517 Sechelt - Davis Bay Road - Phone 885-2132  twmtwwwiimffmwmtwvwrwwsib*  mjmKmavmfttwmfammmmit^mtVHmmiMmmtmtPmmn  By Port Mellon Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  DOOR PRIZES  ENTERTAINMENT BY "THE BACKWARD BRASS"  REFRESHMENTS AND COFFEE GENTLEMEN WELCOME  Mowd-siy, April 13tSi cat 7:30 p.m.  PORT MELLON COMMUNITY HALL  Adults $1.50 Students 75c  Buy your tickets early from Port Mellon members.  Phone 884-5384 or 886-7430  ���**-*���---���--���-���--- ���----*--~rr~~Tii���*n*m*m*i���r~i���inirnrrnrnnmnnninii.r.t  Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wicklund and son  s  .J-  ^  X  1 ~#wg����* *v  Change of pace in the Scout world  last Thursday when 8 boxing bouts  thrilled spectators as Cubs and  Scouts tested   each other's   ability.  Speculation  Ken Hincks on right feints to test Ian  McKenzie's reaction in an interesting  bout which ended with Ian scoring  53 points and Ken 37.  Boxing and skills .....  Gibsons Cubs and Scouts  present lull two hour show?  COMMENCING with an exciting boxing  programme, Gibsons Cubs and Scouts  presented an action packed two hour  programme of activities for the general,  public at Gibsons Elementary School on  Thursday evening.  It is only on occasions such as this  that the general public has an opportunity  to sec the skills which boys acquire and  their confidence and efficiency especially  in rescue work was most impressive.  Eifjht boxings bouts with contcstors  in the ring for three, 1 ",������. minute rounds  generated much excitement amongst the  young folks and gave judges Cliff Mahl-  man; Fred Strom and Ozzie Hincks a  touch time assessing  points.  Boxing without head guards, all thc  boys displayed courage and two bouts in  particular wore outstanding; in the lighter  weight Graham Winn and Mike Hansen  gave all they had with Graham scoring  a point win ovor Mike. Bill Christiansen  and Put Gaines also gave a tremendous  performance; with Bill scoring >1G points  and Pat -t-1, Each of the four received a  trophy for the best bouts and Chairman  of the Group Committee Mr. Bill Lang  marie tho presentation,  Other results aro shown with winner's  name first: Hoy Christiansen V I):m  Girarcl; Terry Verhults V Gerry McCon-  nell; Ian MacKenzie V Ken Hincks; Ian  Fraser V Alan With; Wes Whitty V John  Volen and Ian Mackenzie V Ron Girard.  Referee was Cubmaster ,Rob West and  timekeeper was Alf Winn.  Fallowing  the boxing,-scouts erected"'  a tent in record time adding a humorous  touch when they  all disappeared  inside  and clad in very colorfull pyjamas, Wes  Whitty emerged with a "goodnight" sign,  Demonstration of rescue work showed  the Scouts working as a very efficient  team to securely strap on injured person,  valiantly played by David Hauka, into  a stretcher which was hauled over ah  eight foot high, make shift shed, to give  an idea of cliff rescue work.  To round off the evening a "blood  and thunder" skit was presented by thc  boys, winning loud applause.  Following the trophy presentation.  Mr, Lang made a timely appeal for assistance from fathers to help keep Scouting active,  Troop Scoutcr for Gibsons Is Mr, Maxwell Hammcrsmylh assisted by Mr, Roy  lioutillvr.  Cubmaster "A" Pack, Hon West assisted by Elliott Trueman,  Cubmaster "IV Pack, Robert Benson  ��� assisted by Mrs, Gayle Pcdncault and Mr,  Ron Leaehman.  T5avid who had motored from Fillmore,  Sask. Miss Sara Wicklund from Vancouver accompanied her parents on their  visit.  Visiting at the Gordon Bromley cottage, Roberts Creek were Ken Budd and  Peter Tyler frornAlberta. Both were enjoying theirspnng break from University  of Washington in Seattle and found the  Sunshine Coast a delightful place while  studying for their thesis.  Having purchased a mobile home, Mr.  and Mrs. Alf Clarke have moved to Sechelt. Their home in Gibsons has been  taken over by Mr. and Mrs. Robert  Clarke.  Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Durant  Irgens were Mrs. Dixon and her daughter  of Ladysmith who visited for 4 days.  Last week Mrs. Wilson from Surrey  visited at the Irgens home.  Spending a week with Mrs. J. L.  Myers, Headlands Rd. is Mrs. M. Lambert  from Vancouver.  Rev. Dennis Morgan announces that  Confirmation Classes will commence at  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church on  Friday April 10th at 4 p.m.  Alphonse George went by plane from  Sechelt to Nanaimo where he was met  by Mrs. Gordon Clarke's mother, Mrs.  Victor Beckley, whom he will visit in  Victoria for 5 days.  Pat. Heather and Bruce Moffatt vacationed with relatives at Chilliwack;  Vancouver and Port Alberni.  Home for Easter with Mr. and Mrs.  Lorne Blain were Tom Blaih who attends  Simon Fraser University and the Blain's  son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.  Graham and family from Vancouver.  Coming from Edmonton by plane to  visit at the R. Emerson home for a week  was Mrs. Hearfield and baby Darren.  Mrs. Corey McKay received the sad  news that at Clearwater (85 miles North  of Kamloops) her nephew's three children  were drowned. A girl 5, boy 7, and girl  8 years old were sliding on ice which  gave  way.  Bravo for the workers who did such  "fine service on the Sunshine Coast Highway picking up litter during the Environment Protection Society Clean-up,  CHURCH  NEWS  Holy Week services locally included a  Maunday Thursday Holy Communion at  7:30 p.m. nt St, Bartholomew's.  At Gibsons United Church on Good  Friday 7:30 p.m., a Joint Anglican-United  Service was held with a fair attendance.  A beautiful anthem "Sinners Come the  Saviour See" by John Antes was feelingly sung by the choir under the direction of Mrs, Mnry E. Underwood, Mrs  M. Freer was accompanist.  The usual Catholic Passion Week  Services which alternate between Sechelt  out across the Gulf of "Georgia to the  snowcapped mountains of Vancouver Island.'  The bride's dress was a British import of smoky pink, mini-skirted, long  sleeved and with an Empire style bodice.  She carried a bouquet of white daffodils  and periwinkles and was given in marriage by "her father. The theme of the  service was based on 1 Corinthians 13  in Today's-English Version of the New  Testament.  The reception which followed was  a gay and informal affair with music and  dancing. The music, all provided by the  guests, included Bach and Beethoven on  the banjd. Japanese melodies on the  flute and a selection from Dr. Zhivago  on the mandolin. The bride and groom  left later for a honeymoon at Long Beach,  Vancouver Island. On their return they  will make their home in Vancouver while  the groom completes his studies at Simon  Fraser University.  The bride is at present teaching in  Vancouver and was for a time a teacher  at Sechelt Elementary School.  Jl  m  ? Fl/o\Pr  H   LiU��ruLl\-  :o  re  \imm  0  w  ��� mm -p*-**} fri F*\ Fl  uuuuUuu  WALT f^YGKElM  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER   in  GIBSONS*  I  On lho Wharf . 006-9303  j Quality  Homo ond Marino  Paint,  FIX UP THE FURNITURE  PENINSULA  PLUI1BSMC. LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kem Tone  and Shcrwln Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  ^��0H0^^m0i0^.md^0%mi^mj^MJmmm��^mmmmmms  wii*-n-wi>-��--i*w^  organs  en's Wear  G.W.G.  Work Clothe*  Work- Gloves  SECHELT, B.C.  M0A^**0l*+ilMI*0l*tl*il*'*HI^*M0t0tMMM0&*0��  *MilMin>MtAM>MMit  Start oil rlrjht by eliminating accumulated wax or polish, Wash ono  section ol tho furniture ot a time, with o cloth dipped In o sudsy solution  ol worm woter ond mild <l..tcru--nt. Follow lho Q-rnln ol tho wood with your  strokes, ond rinso the cloth often, More thon ono woshlna. moy bo needed  lo (jet down lo Ihe original finish, When lho surface., oro thoroughly dry,  thoy an? ready to In, woxed or rxj|lt..t<id, CAUTION; N-'ver wash furniture  which ho*, an oil finish!  Manufacturer*, produce, furniture with cither o hlah, medium or low  rjlov,, ond usually they will attach a haoklet with special Instruction*, lor  I Inch c.aro, However, a oood wok or poll.,*) Is usuolly odequato for uso on  moM type*- of finishes. Manufacturer! oho apply caloric, or IIrjhtly 'colored  top coot*, to retain tho natural beauty o| the wood. Again, con*.ult their  Instructions to prevent reducing, the clarity of these coatings when using o  new wok or polishlnp, product. Some finishes look belter without wox.  In this cast***, the -manufacturer**, will usually Instruct you to use only a damp '<  cloth for cleaning,  II o niece ot furniture is scratched or dented, you may wish to do  ihe repairs yourself, Quality louch-up products are ovnllobln ot many point  and hardware stores lor handling minor damage, for example, coloring  crayons which closely match the color of Ihe original finish can be used to  fill In scratches. Ju*,| rub the crayon into Ihe scratch, wipe away the excess,  and then polish the entire surface, II Ihe lurniturn Is badly stained,  scratched or dented,  It may be necessary to coll a professional reflnlsher.  Spilled alcohol, other liquid*!, or water ring*, front (.losses, may mar  a llnl'.h unless blotted dry with on ob'.rirbent cloth, I hen apply wax or  polish over ihe entire surface- not just on the spot where lho spill occurred,  A few simple DO", ond DONT'S to'l-crp In mind:  IX) ttred. the manufacturer's nnd dealer's Instructions lor pinp-er  furniture eare.  DON'T use self-polishing .floor  wok on  furnilure,  OO dust  furniture regularly--lilt  Inmps,  ashtrays and other  objects,  DON'l  wet any ol the glued |oinh on lurniluie,  DO rub wilh the gram ol lho wood when dusting, polishing, or waxing,  DON'T use rubber mols or toasters unless there is a fell pod beneath  them (Some rubber compounds ond vinyl lllms may slain or soften lurniUire  finish-,-*,)  ��iiWlMiF|ilF..|i.i.^��.F...��-IU����l.l,*lltMI1��.l��-IMIIUIIH)..UII 1H ��� HWfJiUMMIUMMI III . IU�� I ��UI IIIIIH 1-liillJ-alllial.llJJ.J^MIj^jaij.FaaMwunit-j.fFjmm,.  HAHA*,l.l.0MM*0mmMMAmM*n*0AAAA��  TWI-H CHEEK  LUMBER' '&  PUILDIMG  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monam-,1 <**���-.  Drcoao  Paint*.  Sunshino Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phono 886-2808  2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m  AT  i'S  I  SECHELT  TEA AND PLANT SALE  ADMISSION  BY SILVER COLLECTION  ^!l��i����  /     ��T r. I  '    ���*-���%_ ^.-**���*���  -.1    **���      *"-"r""-s/ .   **WV ^""aS-*. " "N-^. '  '-AS,  m***###**n*^#wmvr^^  Thai's a Volkswagon.  Honosl.  Tha Volkswagen Notchback.  And whllo It doosn't boar tho r.llgltlosl'  rosomblanco to a VW, It does bodr soma  terrific slmllarit'osi  llko gas economy. An air-coolod onglno. And workmanship you'd oxpoct to find  only In o .,. woll, Volkswagon.  Tho Nbtchbad uho has a fow things  you wouldn't oxpnet to find In a Volkswannn:  Uko electronic fuol injoc.tion. A Porscho-  typo roar suspension. A more poworful onglno.  (It cruises at bottor than 80.) It also has disc  brakos in front and an optional fully automatic  transmission.  What's more, you got all of this for loss  than $2700.  No doubt about It.  ��� That's a Volkswagon."  vetmymmm  Copping Motors Ltd.  CORNER SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY 8�� WHARF RD,/GCCHClT/fl0S.2O12  /\  .n-ssL, -     '     (���     t  "���--���- m   *    ���JKViW'*ai*-Hiaa1.����.rf**s.'-*  wwwimwiQwmiwinpwwf"  .S\        *    ���*"    *    *    W.  '    *^A"tr*K^*fc^**-*^*'lk.V***��- *-.*��*  *   *-*^ �������. *. ��h-^*.  ���KJrW-S.J*-  K.��<  - * ����7.  ,   4.   It. *    *    *.   ( >   >  "���-.Jv-*,  ���*?,!  ���A  Va.J  wtftt/..  Around Jervis Inlet  i v,  ��� .-.*��� �����������-*uf|  *.��. > -J^*a. s-f * //-pT * Wfr J       j   cat      m  1^%? /  r CWtiUy. '-a-   '<*-.>'!*?. fflf'MKfi  "FjKiffjy*-*   ��S" *( *F*"'SlW*f�� - a "Si/>i*n'   dSjntiM  i, $���    i:n:'v��/./,M  ������,������,-*,^f  ��   ,;-',. '        ,<'f ���" , .  ��* l'*i*,*i">' *- �� s ���  z^  /  w  /  ;\ <s  t. a"\.^  J  Roberts Creek residents have added  security against fire loss now that  Sunshine   " Coast   Regional   Water-  District has completed hook-up of  lines along lower road.  Water is  Security  presently being supplied from the  wood stave tanks but pressure appears to be good as. firemen made  test at the Park-site, during last  week's practice. It is just one year  since volunteer fire brigade was  organized and-members have worked  hard to become very proficient.  :*C**-sm��fc  *- r~ I ii  ���"TTJ  ENTERPRISES LTD.  886-2237 ��� Sunshine Coast* Hwy., Gibsons  1965 CHEVY VAN, immaculate condition,  now 8 ply tiros-roar; 6 ply tiros-front; sido  loading doors as well as rear doors. $1495  1964 FORD 3/4 Ton 4x4 pickup truck-  long box;. oil heavy duty equipment: 352  V/8, 4 speed trans, power take-off, 75  amp. alternator and battery, 16" wheels ond  tires, heavy duty bumpers, A-1 condition. l $1695  1966 FORD 3/4 Ton 4x4 pickup truck-  long box; all heavy duty equipment: 352  V/8 engine, 4 speed trans., power take-off,  75 amp. alternator and battery, 17" wheels  and tires, heavy duty bumpers, tires like  new, A-1 eondtion, many more extras $2195  1970 FORD Fl 00 Vz Ton pickup���long  wide box; V/8 engine, 4 speed std. trans.,  power disc brakes, heavy duty springs and  shocks, auxiliary gas tank, west coast mirrors, heavy duty rear bumper, vinyl top,  custom radio,. only 4,000 miles���factory  warranty, all set up for a big cantpor. $3670  1967 CORTINA GT, lady driven, fully  equipped including radio; low miles. $1595  1968 VOLKSWAGEN DELUXE, custom  radio, gauges, all vinyl interior, low  mile   -..$1395  1963 FORD 4 dr. Sedan, big 6 cyl. cngino,  std. trans., very clean $595  1964 CHEVY II Station Wagon, auto trans.,  brand new tires, completely  reconditioned $895  1963 PONTIAC 4 dr. Sedan, V/8 cngino,  auto, trans., freshly painted, good rubber,  reconditioned ~ $795  1966 BEAUMONT 4 dr. Sodon, V/8 cngino,  auto trans., custom radio $1395  1961 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 2 dr. Hardtop, big startt 6 cyl. onglno, auto, trans.,  radio _...$450  1967 CHEVY NOVA 4 dr. Sodan, big 6  cyl. cngino, auto, trans., good tires, very  clean $1395  1960 FORD Station Wagon, V/8 cngino,  auto, trans., 4 new tiros. $395  1961 CORVAIR Station Wagon, auto, trans.,  this  car  requires  $75  onglno  work,  good  body. Mechanics Special Prlco $195.  1960 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 4 dr. Hardtop, V/8 cngino, auto, trans., PS and PB,  custom radio, good tires, runs well, ....$395  1966 ACADIAN CANSO 2 dr. Hardtop, 6  cyl. onglno, auto, trans., custom radio, very  clean     ..$1395  1968 ENVOY EPIC 2 dr. Coupo, low mllo-  ago, A-1 condition, bucket scots, 4 spd.  trans,, economy plus   $1195  1964 METEOR 4 dr. Sedan, V/8 engine,  auto, trans., PS, PD, custom radio, electric  rcor window, fully reconditioned,  $895  1965 FAIRLANE 500 2 dr. Hardtop, 209  V/8 engine, auto, trans., PS, PD, radio, Im-  ntaculato throughout  ...   ... $1295  ODDS asi  2 ONLY VOLKSWAGEN FRAME TRAILER  HITCHES    $10 each  5  ONLY   3.60-O5   VOLKSWAGEN   TIRES,  now      $11 aacrt  Roberts Creek V.F.D.  There are not too many lady volunteer firemen but Roberts Creek has  three hard working members helping boost number of people on call  during the day when menfolk are at  work. Formed just a year ago,  volunteer i firemen are now well  equipped and have already served  the community on a number of occasions. Pictured at practise on  Wednesday evening are from left:  Chuck Barnes; Gordon Mcllrath;  Glenn Kraus; Betty FItzpatrick;  Sharon Kraus; Robert Cotton; Jean  Eldred; Chief Stan Rowland and  Deputy Chief Jack Eldred.  Sechelt Bowling Lanes  IN the Junior playoffs Saturday Wacky  Bowlers, Tom Creighton Capt., edged  out Hawaii Five O, Gay le-Ono, Capt., 1208  -1145 to win the Championship. High  scorers were Lori Rodway 293 (170) and  Larry Richter 297 (152).,  Last Sunday Westview visited Sechelt  for a six game tournament and were defeated 24567-24343. Individual winners  were���High singles���Andy Leslie 353 and  Rita Ono 290. High 6���Andy Leslie 1514  and Rita Ono 1242. Pot prize was taken  by Red Robinson with 1634 followed by  Andy Leslie 1598.  League Scores: Weeks commencing  March 16 & 23.  Sports Club: Frank Neven 822 (344),  Don Bishop 753 (280), Lionel McCuaig  736, Shirley Stroushnoff 611, Bob Benner  631, Arvella Benner 644 (300) Frank Neven 725 (287), Rose Rodway 676, Esther  Berry 049.  Ladies: Lil McCourt 610, Rita Ono  600, Aileen Bystedt 681 (277).  Ladies Matinee; Phyllis 'Handford G29,  Mary Henderson 623 (262), Doris Bond  602 (256), Hazel Skytte'684 (270).      ���  Pender: Bernice Harm 021 (275), John  Cameron 623 Eric Antilla 618, Bill Cross  639, Bruce Cameron 605, Jim Cameron  620, Ross McQuitty 080, Marilyn Clayton  637, Cathy McQuitty 670 (261), Albert  Edwardson 638���Ross McQuitty 072 (280)  Lena Pound 623, Marilyn Clayton 604  (208), Bernice Hanna 617.  Sechelt Commercial: Lionel McCuaig  023 (380), Freeman Reynolds 749'(314, Reg  Thomas 7(10 (291), Frank Leitner 292, Cauleen McCuaig (197 (261), Boh Janis 278,  Dick Clayton 739, Billie Steele (130, Frank  Neven 794 (318, 290), Orv Moscrlp 004,  Sam MacKenzie 751 (292, 275), Orbita  Santos 612 (255), Vic Mattoddu 007 (320),  Roy Hutton 095 (303), Hazel Skytte 040  (205), Bob Malkawn 287, Sonny  Benner  729 (203,279), Peggy Ayers 001 (296)   Reg Thomas 813 (340), Cauleen McCuaig  f? V  F-.--i.jj  CHESS  ENTERPRISES  LTD.  /  ar-y  ���.?-  '  .. """y  V\  .:���}  LIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS ...  THE APRIL FOOLS  Wed., Thur., Fri., April 1, 2, 3 or 8 p.m.  Sot., April 4 ot 2 p.m. and 0 p.m. ��� Color  006.2237 . Sumhlno Cooit Hwy., Gibiom  \ .  ">  Jack Lemmon and  Catherine Deneu ve  are  "The April Fools"  EV3E,  NATALIE  COLOR  Sunday. April 5  ot 7 p.m.,  Mon,, Tue, Bt  Wed.,  "April 6  7 and 8  j     at 8 p.m.  <MdjSjUSd^ .,  C,*;^tVi.*-u[Mto:  ������by Eve Moscrip  805 (388), Freeman Reynolds 772 (288),  Lionel McCuaig' 746 (293), Frank Neven  767, Orbita Santos 707 (288), Orv Moscrip  702 (301), Pearl MacKenzie 741 (311). Sam  MacKenzie 732 (295), Hazel Skytte 676.  .Ball & Chain: Shirley Stroushnoff 665  .(274), Lynn SimRSon 688 (267) Kathy Hall  630; May Vandeburg 615 (290), Matt Jaeger 658, Rudy Crucit 621.  Gibsons theatre shows  timely comedy fantasy  ROMANTIC fantasy, "The April Pools"  starts this week on April Fools Day at  the Twilight TheatreVpibsons.  It is a story about love, of two people  who discover themselves and manage for  the first time to look within and beyond  their worlds, and to step away from the  illusions in which they have been trapped.  In addition to being hilariously funny,  "The April Fools" is a story with great  tenderness, and style which combines  comedy with a definite point of view  about life and love in this latter half of  the 20th century; as well as uniting two  of the screen's most fascinating personalities: Jack Lemmon, in a comedy role  uniquely tailored to his talents, and Catherine Deneuve, the internationally acclaimed French film actress heralded by  Look Magazine qs "... possibly the most  beautiful woman in the world."  Following this, starting Sunday, "Me,  Natalie," n story about today. "With sensitivity and perception the motion picture  explores the quest for identity of an  elghtcen-year-old girl faced with the  quiet, and often comic, desperation of  approaching maturity. Growing up in a  world where sho can find few links,  where what is reflected' in her mirror  overshadows the beauty that is within  her.  WHEN we gaze at our beautiful scenery  pollution seems like a far away and  unreal thing. The air here is good to  breathe, the creek water is good to drink,  and the salt water is so clear we can  see starfish lying oh the bottom.  Yet pollution is an encroaching threat  to the clean beauty of this area. This  past week paddles dipped in Granville  Bay have come up layered with a thin  slime. The surface of the water has been  coated with the same substance. It is"  oil ��� washed our way from a spill further up Jervis Inlet. There are other signs  of pollution working its way to us and  there are already some scars on the area  from man's thoughtlessness and carelessness.  But we are told, we humans, by working together and putting conservation  first, can stop pollution before it is too  late. We can return the earth to its clean,  safe, unaltered beauty.  Most of the people I've talked to lately  are concerned. They want to do their  part to stop pollution but many of us  are still uncertain; of just what we can  do. Our family, because of our own  concern, wrote inquries to presidents] of  conservation.and ahti^  From the'hteWtlire they sent we compiled  the following list of ways we can help  fight pollution.  Write, letters to all responsible persons, especially to Prime Minister Trudeau  in Ottawa and Premier Bennett in Victoria. Send copies of -these letters to  Isabel Dawson so she knows what we, the  people of the area, are doing. Our political  lepresentatives need to know what we  want. Letters from individuals and petitions from groups have already stopped  pollution in some areas and caused better  conservation practices in others. Letters  do count.  Join anti-pollution and conservation  groups. There is an anti-pollution society  working hard to save the environment of  the Sunshine Coast. There are other  groups working at provincial and national  levels. These groups can operate, educate  the people, and fight individual and industrial pollutive practices only to the  extent that people, such as you and I,  give them our support.  Drive your car as little as possible.  Cars are the worst source of air pollution. Afterburners stop 90 percent of car  pollution, small cars aren't as pollutive  as bigger ones. But the best solution is  walk or ride a bicycle all you can and  use mass transportation facilities whenever possible or go in car pools.  Use soaps rather than detergents. It's  the phosphates in cleaning products which  are so destructive to our environment.  Soap flake products and dishwashing  liquids contain less than one per cent  phosphate. Detergents contain as high as  50 per ceht. Despite talk to the contrary,  bio-degradabie products are pollutive,  one of them has the highest per centage  of phosphate content of all detergents  tested. One water condition is a high 75.5  per cent in phosphate and one. water  softener is 73.5 per cent. If housewives  will purchase those, products which have  thev. lowest phosphate ��� -content. and -use  soaps "instead of, detergents we will end  one of;our worst pollution problems.  Even when using soap we can use as  ���by Pat Kenoyei  little as possible and never let "soapy  water run into streams, rivers, or the  ocean.  Insecticides and pesticides are dangerous and largely pollutive.  Human sewerage has^a serious part in  pollution. We must have municipal treatment plants and septic tanks for country  homes. Too often we don't realize the  dangers from human sewerage. Particles  of Human waste float hundreds of feet  in the air above an open sewer. When  breathed in by people in the area these  particles can cause serious diseases.  Thirteen years ago a p"blio epidemic  struck down and left seriously crippled  several people in the town where our  family then lived. This writer was one  of those who spent time in an iron lung. '���"  And all because someone's sewer system  emptied into the river which ran by the  town.  Disposing properly of garbage and  unwanted items will help our litter problem and it won't hurt those of us who  are^ conservation minded to sometimes  pick up behind those who carelessly toss  their litter do'vyn wherever handiest.  Hopefully they too will soon become  aware of the need of good conservation  practices:  Organic materials can be used in the  family garden as compost or given to  someone who is an organic gardener.  There are many such gardeners on the  Sunshine Coast.  Old  newspapers  and  magazines   can,  be saved  and  turned in during paper,  drives to be recycled and made into now j  newspapers and magazines. Paper bags  can be re-used and re-used. We can use  cloth  napkins   rather  than   paper  ones j  and avoid using, paper plates and cups.  Every bit of paper we save on today.'  helps save a valuable tree.  Avoid buying products  in non-reus-*  able,    non-returnable    containers. These  perhaps cause our worst litter problem.,.  Manufacturers... today  can, from a conservation viewpoint, use better methods  The Peninsula Times Page 7  Wednesday, April 1, 1970  of packaking but their first concern is  to give the consumer, Shat's' you and I, o  what they want. The emphasis has been ��  on convenience. We, as consumers, can  change that emphasis to.good conservation practices by what we do or do not  purchase. ,  To practice conservation is simply to  live in such a way that you bring benefit  rather than,harm to the world around  you.  Combined exhibition  for Sechelt Gallery  FRIENDS who met in Port Alice B.C.  having grown up in places as far apart  as Spain and Toronto are sharing an exhibition of their paintings in the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council Gallery in Sechelt  from,'Marcii 25 to April 5.  Esperenza :��� Marteddu has lived in Rob--  erts Creek for three years while Laurella  Hay is a more recent arrival to Soames  Point. Both belonged to the Port Alice  Art Club while their husbands worked in  the northern Vancouver Island Community-*  Since coming to the Sunshine Coast  they have enjoyed Education Art Classes.  Mrs;" Marteddu attended"an Ecole des-Beau  Arts in Paris after leaving school and took  courses in sketching, design and sculpture.  Mrs. Hay whose high school years were  spent in Vancouver and Victoria won a  PTA scholarship to study art in Victoria.,  Bpth work with oils and prefer a palette  knife technique. Their gay ancL.colourful  paintings include portraits, landscapes,  sea scapes and still life studies, arid "their  individual styles while distinct and personal blend together to make an interesting display. ,  The Gallery is open from 10-4 p.m.  Wednesdays through-Saturdays.  Next display to be featured at the Gallery from April 8-18th will be the work  of a "group of artists living in the Halfmoon Bay area.  -**-*���-���*���< - a."  .-isSha*  '���KjA-aa^V. ��. ���  .��aa^ai>J^a  ARE ALL HERE!  "Come In And Browse Around"  *^r     **i-V     i-V   "!t-V     T-V  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2252  OPEN 6 DAYS "A WEEK  AND TIUL 9 P.M. FRIDAY  H-MNM'W'WiamMM^  I  -k  *  DO SqD��(]q \PtiW��  *h  MAKE UP A I.��. PACTY AT'.HOME  APRIL 24, 11:30 P.M. ON CHANNELS 6 AND 8  ���liL.::,..-...?   ' >:v::.-';.lL^*~~*  *��-l. Motors  ���**�����'. rMrnff(  Ffotie jot_  Uatb*r Shop  ���fr  (tire  ..."  c^*nph  off  **��ts����*>  llaf*��011  n  ^arlogy  ���gSS*  ���gSS**'  '"a,,,;  j,-,.. , -,<       ykt-V*.*  i     I   Ii -- ,V.tt>liriillW"r V||F-FFa.'FniiiiffiF��ii'F,i>FiFa  7^  asg  ���^{^..-K  ���'���  )'V  >**///.1 v,.v y-'W �����*"*���      ,  /  ag-a^maiaa^^  as  ���fU-....,,.-,,, I.......TT .  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Isabel ��� Dawson, Minister without  portfolio, commenting on Bill 63, "Pollution Control, Act Amendment, writes;  It is a most importan Bill, it is an excellent Act and with its implementation  shall overcome many of the problems in  regard to pollution, especially as it pertains to air. Main points are listed as follows:   .  1. The existing Pollution Control Act  deals with water and land pollution control. Small domestic sewage discharges  less than 5,000 gallons per day (using septic tanks) are exempted by the Regulations issued under the Pollution Control  Act. These small discharges are being  dealt with by the Health officials under  the Health Act. The amendments to the  Pollution Control Act do not make any  change in this regard.  2. The main purpose of the amendments is to extend the control and regulation over the industrial" air pollution.  A number of sections of the Act are being  amended so as to bring industrial air pollution-control under the' Act. These amendments generally follow the recommendations made in July last year by the Pollution Control Board. The Minister of  Lands. Forests and Water resources forwarded copies of these recommendations  to all municipalities last summer.  3. Air pollution from domestic, commercial and institutional sources and from  such activities as burning of leaves, burning from land "clearing, land filling and  land grading, etc., which are of lesser importance, are exempted. It is visualized  that the Municipal Governments will regulate and control such _air pollution  sources under their by-laws.  4. Air pollution from motor-vehicles  will .be controlled under, the Motor-Vehicle Act to which appropriate amendments  are being drafted.  Air pollution from burning of weeds,  crops or stubble will remain under the  Noxious Weeds Act; air pollution control  from pesticides or biocides will remain  under the Pharmacy Act or Pest Control  Products Act (Canada).  5. All new industrial air contaminant  emissions Will require permit from the  Director of Pollution Control Branch of  the Water Resources Service effective  January 1st, 1971.  All the existing industrial air contaminant emmissions are to be registered  with the Director of Pollution Control  Branch on or before December 31, 1971.  The Director will then order them to apply for a permit which they will be required to do within 60 days. The scheduling of this procedure which involves the  issuance of a number of permits to the  existing air pollutant emissions will depend on the available experienced staff.  Thc Director may have to extend this  over a period of several years.   .  6. Amendments are also being made to  those sections of the Act which deals with  water and soil, pollution.  The e.xisting Act states that every effluent or waste material discharge requires a permit from the Director. It is  estimated that there is quite a large number of existing effluent or waste discharges that have been in operation for  a number of years and which anj not yet  brought under permits.  The amended Act would provide that  effective January 1, 1970, all new sewage or waste discharges require permit  and that all the existing sewage discharges will have to bo registered with the  Director of Pollution Control by December 31,1970. The Director will then order  tho existing discharges to apply for permit which they will pe required to do  within GO day. Aguin, as mentioned in connection with existing air pollutants, the  .scheduling of thc orders by the Director  and the processing of thc applications received will depend on tho available experienced staff and, will very likely take  s.*v.*r:.l years to complete.  This amendment regarding the existing .sewage nnd other waste discharges  without permit means also that those who  have been discharging without permit  could not be prosecuted effective January  1, 1970. (They could be prosecuted under  the amended Act if they do not register  with tho Director, or do not apply (or  permit if so ordered by tho Director, or do  not improve the; treatment if so oidmd  by the Director, etc)  As mentioned under Item (1), small  sewage flows, less than 5,000 gallons per  day, are exempted.  . 7. The so-called "penalty section"  (Section 20A) of the existing Act makes an  offence if a person discharges sewage effluent or waste without permit.  The re-written section 20A broadens  ���the applicability of the "penalty section"  by making an offence any violation of the  provisions ��� of the Pollution Control or its  Regulations. In addition, damage done to  pollution control installation and equipment would also fall under this section.  (Penalty will remain unchanged���$1,000  or three months imprisonment or both,  and if the offence is of a continuing nat-  ture-���a fine of $500 per day).  8. Regarding the applications to the  Director of Pollution Control Branch for  permits- for discharge of water, soil and  air pollutants, the amendments provide  that a copy of application be forwarded  to Departments of Agriculture, Health  and Recreation and Conservation, and to  the^Comptroller of Water Rights, whose  recommendations will require consideration by the Director. Presently this requirement exists under the Regulations of  ���the Act.  9. A new section 5B will be added to  the Act which provides that the provisions of the Polution Control Act shall  prevail over those of any other Act in  case of a conflict These are several other  Acts that, have sections dealing with pollution control.  If a municipality has an air pollution  FF.ftiiOTi-i^iWwrnFiiilnfnfrai^iiWiimtniTjff ij|,��m Ha.ii mum i  ECHELT THEMR  ���    PRESENTS    ���  STARRING  Mlchorl Colnc, Noel Cowonl,  COLOR - CARTOON . SINGLL  Star���� 0 p.m. Ou�� 10 p.m.  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,  April 3rd, -llr. and 6th   - _M-~- -  Noxt Week;  lose Were Ihe  Nappy Times  Coming Soon:  Run  Wild, Run Froe  Che  .control by-law, the industrial air pollution control permits issued by the Director of Pollution Control Branch will pre".  vail over the provisions of the municipal  by-law. However, if the Municipal by-law  requires higher degree of treatment than  that specilied in Mne permit, the by-law  requirments will still be valid.  10. Under amended Section 13, objections to granting of a permit to discharge  sewage will remain unchanged.  , Objections to granting of an air pollution control permit may be filed with the  Director of Pollution Control Branch by  any person who lives within 5 miles of the  point of emission and by the immediately  adjoining Municipality.  11. As in the existing Act, the Pollution Control Board of the Water Resources service will continue to be the first  stage appeal tribunal from any decision  made by the Director. The Pollution Control Board will also havo powers to determine water, land and air pollution co��.trol  standards (Sec.4). (The Director has similar powers). In addition, the Board has  powers under Section 8 to recommend to  Government that certain effluent, waste  or air pollution discharges be exempted -  from the provision of the Act.  12. The new Section 21 requires that all  new sewage collection system proposals  require approval by the Minister of Lands  Forests_ and Water Resources before__a  municipal by-law is presented to a vote  of the electors or construction is commenced. The Minister will also have powers ��� to require improvements to the existing sewage systems.  Presently, the Minister of Health Services and Hospital Insurance has this  authority under the Health Act.  (Sewage . treatment proposals require  permit from the Director of Pollution  Control Branch).  13. The new Section 24 provides that  Sixty year old house Sechelt Notes  scheduled for removal  PLANS are underway to take down the  old house at Camp Douglas, Roberts  Creek. Removal of the 60-year-old structure will be just a part of the general  clean-up and improvement program at  the Presbyterian Camp on Beach Avenue.  Mr. Jim Statham from Burnaby who  was at Camp.Douglas on Saturday with  9 workers reports that 15 more volunteers  will arrive this week, followed by another group of 25 helpers coming from  "Vancouver.  Thirty-two churches in the Presbytery  of New Westminster support this camp  which occupies 10 acres of property with  300 feet of waterfront. Flume Creek runs  through the grounds. and the camp has  its own water tower complete with 10,000  gallon-capacity.  Facilities include a dining hall, five  cabins plus a cabin for the nurse and  cook and a wash-house. A new recreation  hall is nearing completion and a new  playing field has recently been completed.  Forty-five campers can be accommodated at Camp Douglas which is used  extensively during the summer by Presbyterian Church groups.  actions taken under the Pollution Control Act cannot be challenged by a court  action excepting in a case where an official has exceeded his authority or jurisdiction.  14. New Section 25 makes the Act applicable to all Provincial Government operations.  15. There are also a few minor amendments clarifying and strengthening the  powers of the Director of Pollution Control Branch in administering the Act.  VISITING  friends in  Sechelt  over the  weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Hank  Barendregt and family who have returned  to Canada after spending two years in  Australia. The Barendregts who arrived  in Vancouver aboard the Canberra last  month are living in Burnaby.  Mrs. Gordon,Potts spent a few days'  in. Victoria visiting her sister Mrs. G.  Smiijh ,,and her father Mr. W. Doyle  who'is ill in hospital. Oh her way home  she paid a brief visit with her niece Mrs.  K. Mayne in Youbou.  Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McCallum with  Jamie, from Kamloops are holidaying  with Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCallum of  Selma Park.  Mrs. John De Kleer was hostess for  three tables of bridge last week. at a  party for the Hospital Bridge Fund.  Windup of  the season's    Merry-Go-  P<jqq 8 Tho Peninsula Times  V-fedncsdoy, April 1. 1970  Round Bridge Tournament for 1969-70  will be held in St. Hilda's Hall on Friday  April 10th at 8 p.m. The 1970-71 tournament will get underway in September.  Miss Lorraine Franklin visited her  sister Miss Jacquie Franklin in Victoria  over the weekend.  Miss Chris Ward travelled to Boiling-  ham and Vancouver during the Easter  weekend.  Easter weekend on the Sunshine Coast  was very pleasant with blue sky and  even bluer sea. The ever expanding  stretch of sand at Davis Bay tempted  many residents and visitors to stroll on  the beach where at low tide it is now  possible to walk a considerable distance  on the golden sand. Highways Department did a fine job of work during the  winter months building up the parking  area along the roadside.  Architectural Designers - -General Contractors  Will W opening- a Wetv ��ffice on "CFewl-*^��f7f7SecHelt,"  April   1st.   INQUIRIES  BEFORE  APHIL   1st Phone  SBS-20I3* Sechelt or in Vancouver (Fhohe 732-9135.  Alex Fojey or George Aruley.  O       RESIDENTIAL & CO-Mf^ERClAL       O  ��r,'��-"*,".TJ'" "Wj  tihiniti^ft.,-. ,/r  * i  -   ',.'     r-  a at   t a- A +   * a*  f* a   *

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