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 Impractical request . . .  West Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd:,'  1606 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9f B.C.  20lsf ration No. 1142  . 2nd"Ctass Malt  REQUEST by the Sunshine Coast Regional Board that all future proposed  sewer systems must have secondary  treatment plants, was rejected: try the  Pollution; Control Board which advised  the Board accordingly-..-lastweek.  Letter read at last regular meeting  Friday April 24th stated that it is not  considered practical 'to. demand one  standard, for conditions vary considerably. Further, the PCB is much better  equipped to determine necessary requirements and therefore, at this time, cannot  agree" to the Board's request that secondary treatment be enforced in the area.  Chairman Cliff Gilker suggested tho  matter be considered further by the  Executive Committee and a report made  at the next meeting.  Letter from the Pender Harbour <&  Egmont Chamber of Commerce which  recently suggested establishment of a  garbage pick-up system in the Pender  area, stated it was pleased to lean, that  a circular has been circulated to the  Ratepayers' Association seeding member's  views. However, it was pointed out that  . there are a number of people involved  who.do not.belong .to .the. Association.  Pender* representative Director Jim  Taylor told the Board' that more, than  200 circulars have been sent out, there  might ;:be; about sixty people in the area  involved not in the. Association but idea  behind t,he circulars was simply to determine' aititude of the people in the  specified area.  Director Lorne Wolvertoh pointed .out  that -the: matter xvould go to Referendum  anyway. Director Tyner agreed, and added that the circulars will indicate, should  the response', prove negative, that, cost  of a Referendum would not be warranted.  Chairman Gilker suggested the Chamber be informed that a study is being  carried out prior to going to Referendum,  should it be warranted.  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce wrote  the Board seeking a meeting in oi'der'tb  ascertain. Board's zoning proposals  with,a, view, to. assisting .the Chamber in  its 'industrial* promotion plans.  Chairman Gilker explained that the  iriffi  MISSED  THE   BOAT  The following was submitted to The  Times by a reader from .Oregon, U.S.A.:  Canada missed a golden opportunity  when, she \yas founded. She had the  chance to build a country with American  tchnology, British government and French  culture; How do you explain her ending up  ^vithj Am^  '"���g^'-kri^  FIRE SIREN  Gibsons Fire Chief Dick Ranniger advises the public that as of May 4 the fire  siren will be tested and thereafter on the  first Monday of bach month at 8 p.m.  FIRE  NUMBER  Residents of the Roberts Creek Fire  District are aigaih reminded to keep the  Vountecr Fire Dept. number handy as it  is not .listed in the current telephone  book. Thc number is 886-7575 and appears  in large typo in an advertisement in this  issue of the Times.  Board is not yet sufficiently far advanced  to reveal any concrete proposals, however, he suggested a representative of the  Chamber be invited to next meeting" of  the planing committee.  Previous request for approval to (reside in a trailer in the Pender Harbour  area was rejected. The applicant ihad  previously complained that he had been  misled by the building inspector who  had earlier indicated the trailer would  be permitted for residential use.  Director Wolvcrton said his committee  has discovered that the trailer was only  18'x8' and cannot see how the Board could  possibly stretch its imagination to permit  its use as a mobile home under the  building  Code.  Director Tyner argued that there is  nothing in the Code relating to size,  further, the Inspector had given the applicant to understand that permission  would be granted should he put the  trailer on a concrete foundation. "I can't  see how it can be refused," he said.  Director Wolverlon pointed out that  the Code does set out standards relating  to height, floor areas etc. and the trailer  involved falls far short of the limits.  Further, the Inspector does not feel that  he made such a promise and cannot see  fit to recommend it.  The request was rejected by all but  Director Tyner who registered an opposing vote.  Reporting on a meeting with the provincial Director of Planning, Chairman  Gilker said it had been aigreed'that the  Board now requires services 'of a full  time planner. However, this is* impossible financially", at this* time, and it  was suggested a student planner .Jb6  employed for the summer montjis^ It  will also be necessary to obtain^ervices  of a qualified person to drawxup a number of maps. The Board *wras advised -o  avoid "high priced" /consultants and  utilize departmental/facilities when necessary.   ��� - A  Director Norm Watson commented "it  seems to^rne we are still awaiting maps  promised us by the department two years  agb'A  Sunshine Coast group  tops in Drama Finals  DRIFTWOOD Players, a local drama  group has won the righlAi-jeprfeaSeht-  the Vancouver Island Drama Zone in the  B.C. finals to be held-in Vernon in June.  Competing lwith clubs from Victoria,  Nanaimo, Ladysmith, Duncan, Cburtenay,  Texada Island and others, the Driftvvood  Players were selected, last Thursday  night*, in-the. top three. During the Honours performance the following day, the  group gained top. award.  Serving the Sunshine Const, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing._Granthams Landing. Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Ctcek, Sclmo Pork, Sechelr, Halfmoon 9oy, Secret Cove, Peridcr Horbour, Madeira Pork, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 7, No. 22 ��� WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1970  .7-:.-msm  1f"  . *i,a I*   \        a**--.'  1 *���*���  1  t.  1 A   -VaV*  9tfT  7aW&^l  fnmi  Mtev  mm  A  V  - A  �����*# -   -F       *" !l *  *��� ***    ***-W   7  &#***>*** Shoppinrcpmplex  m^MMi next for Sechelt  TP3)  "*%��"  "V*  J0K"  r  >    �����    !  M-afe,  -"a.*  /  i,;,-T,'hi',ii..iiF,,fi'���ll ,,.,���.iii,  ���a-   *���    k,        >,  '     *      1  F    '       I  \       a  \  1     'a"  V        i*      a  at*   E  a" ,'  .-  "A*4  ^u*;'t' Al  NDF meeting S. .  wtt changed in Victoria  LOCAL food market operator Richard  Clayton announced plans this week for  an imaginative shopping complex, generally agreed to be, a. welcome addition to  the Sechelt shopping districrict.  Clearing was completed earlier this  week and plans are prepared ready for  submission to council for approval.  The complex, understood to be extremely modern, and attractive in design,  will contain a number of first class stores  and although nature of the business's involved has not yet been announced, Mr.  ClaytOn fold The Times he anticipates  between eight and twelve?. So far most jf  them have already signed contracts. He  said.the stores will be quite diversified  and will offer a much greater variety  of shopping facilities for local and out  of town'" shoppers.  Building is expected to commence  shortly but will, to some extent, depend  upon the present disruption in the building industry.  awe Barrett lashes Isafoe  "YOU do have an MLA in this constituency, a fully fledged cabinet minister,  but you are being short changed. It is not  good enough that you are told you have  someone representing you on the Cabinet  when, in fact,-she is locked*in a closet".  Speaking at. the Roberts Creek hall  to a substantial audience last Saturday  April 25th NDP Leader of the Opposition Dave Barrett, condemned the inability. of Minister Without Portfolio  Isabel Dawson, to speak out on behalf  of her riding! "With an NDP representative you would at least have someone  not afraid of the Premier.' I am aware  of your problems and they certainly have  not changed much. Unfortunately you  have no one who will stand up in the  House and fight for improvements to the  miserable highway, or for a chronic hospital; "Last ternTyou had schools oh shift  work, social assistance has never been  higher, yet ��� in Victoria you/have a  Cabinet Minister," he said,  Launching into ah attack on the Auto  Insurance Industry, Barrett said "I make  the charge; auto insurance companies are  fixing prices under the protection of this  government". He said he has asked for  an  enquiry   under the  Combines   Act.  Referendum outlined . . .  Oil����  Sec  eJ  EIGHTEEN people attended last regualar  meeting of the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce at the Peninsula  Dining Lounge, Sechelt. Guest speaker  was Mrs. Agnes Labonte representing  the Board of School Trustees.  ��� Speaking on behalf of the upcoming  Referendum No. 10, Mrs. Labonte drew  -1,-4  Fa. $  -    it    *  ,'.' > A  A','<'"*  ,, ������ft**  F      *   1  f��;..'i V'AwfAA  ��      I    **..   *.      , ^''jjyM     -I  i  <  \  i* -i **  **  v;    J'i"   A* *rf ���kAi^'-v. f     / v        ���       ,\l7* 7,  :^YA^#Av       * '  )    >'  *��/!  ,1-  I  I      \  repres.eiife<  amber meeting  attention to the dire need for extra  classrooms at Sechelt elementary school  and the fact that thc existing portable  classrooms. are both costly and by.no  means satisfactory. Constructional plans  have been cut to a bare minimum by the  Department of Education and consequently only the most essential expansion  will take place.  General opinion, following a short  question period, was that the proposed  Referendum should be supported. However, a few pertinent questions woro  asked regarding plans for re-location of  the Board offices.  Mrs, Labonte said thc present quarter.*;  have to be vacated by December and -o  far u couple of locations arc under consideration by a committee,  HIPPY SQUATTERS  One member suggested thc Chamber  seek action to remove a gang of hippy.-,  who were making a hangout at Trout  Lake, There are no toilet facilities in  the area, it is a provincial parksltc and  tii'CK Wore being cut-up for firewood  by thc longhaired types who wore living  In tents.  It was reported tbut RCMP won* already aware of the situation' and were  planning action.  "The companies tell us.how they are suffering anel losing "meney, I cannot understand why they, are not on welfarei in  actual fact, they are - aiming at young  people and going ahead taking what they  can with full approval' of the government," he added."  Regarding social welfare, Barrett  commented on Hon. Phil Gaglardi's statement that be ; would remove all "dead-  beats" from 'the welfare roll. He said  "Mr. Gaglardi should know all about  dead-beats, he has been sitting with them  for sventeen years. Out -of 90,000 people  in this province who are on welfare, he  has actually eliminated only 47 for fraud.  "Gagiardi.said he would provide more  jobs and, so he.has, the first, a well paid  job for the inexperienced son of a Social  Credit MLA. The second went to his  former campaign manager from Kamloops. He is not getting rid of dead-beats,  he is employing them.  . "Further, Gaglardi says ' he is now  doing such.a good job that he feels he  should be. given .his "jet-plane back".  In conclusion, Barrett asked "how  long is it since you saw your MLA and  when did she last meet with you and  ask what can she do for you in Victoria?  'It has"-been a long time.  Following a short speech by Don  Lockstead who expressed his appreciation to all who worked on his. behalf  during his unsuccessful election. can.--  paign, Tom Berger said Lockstead had  done extremely well and had showed  what can be done. He said he has every  confidence he will make it next time.  Referring to a short history of the  province by Tony Gargrave, Berger said  he was surprised to hear him referring  to B.C. before 1952, "it was my belief  that Mr. Bennett had invented British  Columbia at that time," he quipped.  Attacking Bennett's export policies,  Berger stated there are now 60,000 unemployed in tlie province and almost  100,000 on welfare "Wc have a total  of 7'/( labour force out of work simply  because Bennett exports jobs," he said.  This, he explained, was because the  government exports raw materials and  resources and this, in effect, i.s export  of jobs.  Ho too attacked the auto insurance  companies, stating that most of the two  hundred companies in B.C. arc American  owned, "They keep raising their rates  but. arc evidently doing us a big fat  favour for they continue to claim th.y  are losing money. Wc offered to take  thc business over but thoy did not want  that, they prefer to keep doing us a  great favour," ho .said.  On pollution, Berger pointed out thnt  soon anti-p'ollution will be a big bimi-  nesfl, Lots of people will make large  sums of money by devising means of  stopping pollution. "In seeking industry  we must carefully consider the typ? of  industry   wo  really   want,"   he   warned,  NDPs Out in Force  Well attended meeting last week in  the Roberts Creek hall by the Sunshine Coast NDP Club had a number    ��ffT _  of top party representatives as guest   MLA' aCfTeeS l0 Hieet  speakers. House Leader. Dave Bar-   ****** *****|*www *w *.*w*  rett arrived later but caught, prior  to the meeting are, from left; Provincial Party Leader, Tom Berger;  Wayne Clark, President of the Sechelt Club; former MLA for the MacKenzie riding Tony' Gairgrave and  president of Local 297 Fred Corley,  s"eeri outside the Roberts Creek hall.  Chamber of Commerce  Hon. Isabel P. Dawson  announces extra ferry  HONAtlRABLE Isabel P. Dawson, Minister Without Portfolio, announced today that the "Queen of the Islands" will  commence service on Friday, May 15th,  1970, on a two-shift basis, providing four  round trips daily and will continue on  this basis until after Labour Day between Powell River & Comox.  On the same date, the "Comox Queen"  will commence service from Powell River  on a three round trip daily basis until  Sunday, May 24th. 1970. This will provide a total of seven round trips daily  during this  ten-day -jjeriod: '  The   ".Comox ^Queen"   will   then   be  removed for refit and relief of the "Texr  ada Queen'.'- will return to Powell River  for the summer^'.twd��sHip'���"o'pe'ralidii'oh''  June 19th, 1970,       ���  Mrs. Dawson's, feels those arrangements will contribute to the success of  the Festival of Sports.  DURING discussion with a long-time  member of the Pender Harbour and  Egmont Chamber of Commerce, it was  learned that the Chamber was disappointed to hear that Hon. Isabel Dawson  had indicated inability to be present -at  a meeting of the Chamber scheduled for  April 20th.  This was published in The Times  April 1st together wilh other news of  the Chamber and was followed up with  a letter from the MLA to the Chamber  explaining reasons for her absence and  offering to meet with the Chamber in  May.  Copy of Mrs. Dawson's letter dated  April 2nd states;  BLOOD DONORS  lied Cross figures reveal that biood  donor total was down last year on the  Sunshine Coast with donations of 151  pints in Gibsons and 128 in Sechelt. Some  57 patients at St. Mary's Hospital were  recipients of blood transfusions.  I have TF on* my sclTecbTIe to" attend  a meeting of your Chamber of Commerce on Monday, April 20fh.  However, I am representing, the Government on the Spring Tour to promote  tourism from April 5lh to approximately  April 19th. While we expect to be back  on April 19th, I have been advised to  allow a day or two extra should it be  required.  _,,, Therefore, I amJ-equosUnga.your; forbearance to allow me to attend your M-iy  meeting. I have set aside both May 18th  and May 25th, both Mondays, in order  that I may fit it in to my schedule  i I am taking along slide's of your area  to include with others from British  Columbia, in order that wc are able to  receive  maximum  coverage.  I sincerely trust you will understand  my being unable to change the date, I  feel it better rather than at the last  minute have the possibility'of not being  able   to  attend.  Trustee in doubt . . .  REDUCTION of mill rate for school tax  purposes  from 33.83  in  1969 to 30.03  in  1970 will* give Sechelt School District  taxpayers a 3,20 mill respite this year,  Despite the reduction, the School Tax  Rate By-law almost did not get * passed  at last week's meeting of the school board  when newly elected trustee Duve Ganshorn .stntcd that be didn't want to pass  any-by-law which he did not understand.  ' Secretary treasurer Jim Metzler who  bad just submitted hi:; resignation to the  board, commented that he didn't know  how the |>oard can tell the department  of education that its figures nre wrong,  From comments made, it would appear  that   the   original   budget   .submitted   to  ^  \t  ''.V  {at   ^a,.  A  <  \  "���*. v  ��������'  '��'  ',l*^.  s  if*.  <**,". *.  F i   *a|     I,  �����' *,-.  W,-*l  pi  *   -     ,-al  -J  Happiness  Mirror on tho wall roflocls lho hap-    culnr l-'a.sl.ion Show lo bo hold this  plnoss of a little girl morioHIng a    Thursday at fl p.m. in Roberts Crock  pnMly dress. Kven prettier lltan thc    Community Hall. Fashions   for   the    Chambcir   'n   vvai''iiiVaiiinio T*  TOURISM  President Joe Benner reported thnt the  recently acquired trailer, .for use ns .i  tourist bureau, is presently undergoing  n professional point up, courtesy Peninsula Motor Products. Brochures will be  uvHllnblt, shortly and a meeting is planned with Ihe Burei.il hostesses to decide  date of opening the bureau,  The trailer Is to be parked in fro.il  or IY-nlnsuIn Motors near the large  Chamber sign which, since Its erection,  has proved a great tourist attraction, Of  n number of locations, this was considered  the most prominent and has the advantages of lots of parking area,  INDUSTRIAL PROMOTION  Nell Campbell and Doug Wheeler  submitted ����� report of a meeting, in relation to promotion ol acceptable Indiistiv.  with the President of an Okanagan Winery who is also a Bank Director and  director of other large industrial open.-  tloilH,  Nothing concrete emnc from the meet,  lag but valuable advice and guidance  was obtained and useful leads are being  followed   up,  MARINE   PARK  Former Chamber President, John  Hayes, submitted a proposal that a n.o.����*  by H.-herlcs Minister Jack David to  establish the Gulf of Georgia as n Nil-  Uonnn-ark. be supported by t|lc Solicit  /�� S. Metzler . . .  School Board administrator  submits resignation letter  crisp cotton organdy, <lal.sy trimmed  (Iio.sk Is (J1,', year aid Hhoiida Doyle,  ono of tho younger models who will  take part hi the Lions Ladles spectu-  whole family will be featured and tho  (heme will be "Vacation Time, on  tho Sunshine Coast". Door prizes  too!  II     i i ������       "UHllI  inui xticr. n projfrt warranted support,  and It was moved a letter be submitted  to Prime Minister Trudeau outlining the  Chamber'.,   feelings,  SECHELT      School    District.    Secretary  Trcusurer   Jim   Metzler   submitted   a  letter  of  resignation  at  last  Thursday's  meeting of .school trustees,  Trustee Bill Malcolm expressed regret  when be read the letter which was addressed to Chairman of the Board, Mrs,  Shiela Kitson and read as follows;  Dear Mudum,  It is wllh real regret that I advise  you of my decision lo resign ns secretnry  treasurer of School District No, -10. This  decision was not made In haste, having  been under consideration for some time,  1 wish to convey my appreciation to  those trusters who have shown their  confidence In my Judgement and who  have encouraged me In the fullflllmcnt >l  my rosponslbllitlrs.*      ���  Yours very ulnccrcly, .1, S, MKTZLKH,  **  Asked by Inislce Bill Malcolm, wh'*i.  he would like to leave, Mr. Mct/*|ei* .said  he bud no plans lor the futviro and would  be prepared to remain until a replacement was found, but not later than the  rnd nf Juno.  The Chairman commented (hat one  month's notice wiir. customary and the  Board   did   have   an  at-tiiatunt  secretary  treasurer,  Mr.   Lloyd   Vorkston.  Trustees finally approved a motion in  accept Mr. Met/.ler's resignation with  regret, the appointment to terminate no  sooner than 30 days und no later than  June   30th,  Mr. Metzler came to Ihe District in  August IDI1U after having been secretary  treasurer of Mission School District for  eleven year,";, He took office at the time  when the Provincial Government Introduced the new finance formula which  has meant keeping a careful eye on the  budget,  Mill rate for school taxation purposes  had been Increasing steadily prior to Mr,  Metzlcr's arrival ns shown by the following figures which give Sechelt DIs-  Irlcl first and provincial average in  bracket.-;* H.(i,l-., 2r��.(iJ> <..(l,*17,; i.K'7  30..I.I ,'...,<Kl); lllflll ��� 3-1.IMI (31,21); Mm.)  -  3.1,113 (31,72); 1070 ��� 30(53 (31 III).  Amounts ri-i'uisitioned locally lor  school (llslrlcl taxe.s t.lnce MMiti are as  follows: 11)00 - $1,077,1)110; 10(17 ���  .Sl,.'.2.3ll!l;    lillill S1.MI7.II00;    |!)()!l  $1,(173.101;  11170 -     $1,010. 21J,  School    District    assessment    Ngun*:;  -since 100(1 are,as lollows: llKili       0*12.025,.  ���tit; MMI7 ��� *K.!,H42,0'��(>: 10(1(1       -l!��,-t(K),(ltl I;  1009   ���   $-IO,-m,032j   1070   ���   62,05(^82.1,  thc department of, education hud been  changed because of a revision to grants  given to Indian .students attending schools  in the district.  Net estimates for 1970 had been reduced  from  $1,��52,090  to $1,803,46!":..  According to the Public Schools Act,  the board i.s required to adopt the annual  budget on or before May 1st and also  approve the tax rate by-law which in  this instance would be to raise the sum  of $1,("10,2M through local taxation, If  the by-law had not been passed last  Thursday it would have been necessary  to call a special meeting of trustees.  MILL   "RATE  School district mill rate reached a  peak in 10011 when it was 3-1,1)11, It drop-  ped 1.1.1 in lO(il) to 33,113 and a furtive  drop this year of 3.20 brings it  to 30,03,  The following figures submitted .y  the secretary treasurer show bow local  mill rati* compares with province wide  average  figures  given   In   brackets:  Hasic levy 24.10 (24.10); Non shareable operating costs, 7.15 (4,111); College  costs, nil (,fi-l); Non operating cost.*., til  (.14); Debt & capital, 1,04 <3.f)0); Less  District shari* of surplus At revenue, 2,5(1  (1.211); which gives a local mill rate if  30.03 and Provincial average of .'11.(11,    '  REQUISITION  ���Gibsons assessment for 1070 is $3.070,.  004 with a requisition of $112,(11)1), Keeh-lt  asscsMiient Is $1.047.2117 with a rc<iul-.l.  tion ol $.'i0,47!.. Mural assessment is  $47,r>3(),l7(�� with a requisition of 81,400,010.  Sechelt assessment Is lower than in  I HOI) when It was $1,711,730, Gibsons Vlb  lage which expanded its houndarl->:  shows one million dollar assessment Increase over  MKIO figure of $2,070,201),  Mural   area   shows   $2'  .*   million   in  crease over lOlltl assessment of $4.'>,Ofi!),(>l.7.  coNjnmuTioN,  Provincial (JJo\eriimi'nl';i share ul  costs has inei eased this year when tlr.'V  aie paying 10,22 pel cenl of opirruttng  and capital costs, compared with II 11  per   cent,    InM    year,  I .asl, year, the government paid  $f>7,731 operating plus ^1(11,77(1 capital, h* .**  $���..,..42 revenue aiununUng t<< $l">*l,lf.l>,  This year tbt y me paying .$Mi7,3,.l  operating plus $II".,I30 capital less $fl,23ll  revenue, amounting to $ I IH,'...> 1.  ���ii*��i��Wii���yiwufriiW-qf^Hfi ��*��� ���wi.ii��i��.i.iiwii*-'��i ���  ���MfevAMah^M*,.*  ���b^H^K^f **��� +^**.*+m*** tf* ��Mh��lM*<  H ***->��� .A I- ^.W,*!^ ..^%|M i^. ���rf%!^ ^*��� ^'*i^'^^ri^**-litfrS,^jlSly^^^^i^��1l^ ijjj ^y^jifltf^rtl^*.'  Page A-2 The Penhs-ato Time yWednesdoy, April 29,1970  .y  ��.����������-����������----����---r---nnn^nnBnn^nnranawaamnn<ll^l_CTnwnnnnn^  FOR RENT  REAL ESTATE (continued)     REAL ESTATE (Continued)     REAL ESTATE (cont.)  ThePe*OTN!*^LA^W��S4 Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Classified  ' Mutntiwwmotum,  -M'l'MWMiawnnnHWfiwniiiMMMiiwitMMirinwt-^  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963 '  Mcmbor, Audit* Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, .1969  Gross Circulation 2526  Paid Circulation 2287  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  75c  Three  Insertions $1.50  "extra lines (4 words')  15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers . 1 Oc extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count lino.  Display   advertising   In   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr..  By carrier ; . 50c month  COMING EVENTS  ROBERTS Creek Legion Dance. Saturday May 2. Music  by" the Western* Troubadors.  Admission $1 per person. 8:30  -12:30 a.m. Legion Hall, Roberts  Creek. 4390-22  SELMA Park Community Association Dogwood Tea and  Bake sale. Selma Park Hall.  Tuesday, May 12, from 2-4  p.m. Phone 885-9514.    4396-23  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Wed., Thur., Fri., & Sat., April 29, 30, & May 1 & 2, at  8 p.m.  "THE AAAGIG  CHRISTIAN"  in Color���Starring Peter  Sellars & Ringo Starr  Sun. May 3 at 7 p.m. and Mon.  & Tue., May 4 & 5 at 8 p.m.  "HELLFIGHTERS"  in Color���Starring John  Wayne & Katherine Ross  4401-22  BIRTHS  JACKSON ��� Marshall and  Juanita (ne'e Wray) are happy to announce the birth of  their daughter Geena Cynthia  Alice, 6 lbs 2 oz. born April  17, 197Q at Powell River, B.C.  4408-22  ANNOUNCEMENT  IT IS our great pleasure to accept the honour of being  named the great old obese  godmothers of said child Bec-  ki Kim ��� Aunty Thelma and  Aunty Irks. 4883-22  CARD OF THANKS  TO the members of the Eastern Star; Ladies Auxiliary  to Legion 219; Roberts Creek  Hospital Auxiliary and the  many friends and neighbours,  I wish to give many thanks  for the flowers and cards received. Special "tl.nnl.-you to  the nurses -and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital for their good  care while I was there ��� Sincerely,  Mrs. Bessie Clark.  4304-22  j   PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m.. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hull. Ph. 885-9327, 8116-  2970 or Mr. & Mrs. 885-2355.  4100-tfn  WISH to contact L.D.S. members, Phone 885-0547 or 8(10-  2540 3700-tfn  NOW booking, hard top tent  trailers for your holiday,  By day. week or month, Low  mt-OH, Ph. Powell ltlver, 4(15-  2192 24 hrs. 438(1-24.  WF. DO alt. rations und re-  pairs: wc clean suede and  leather Jackets, Peninsula  Cleaner.-., Gibsons, Phoiu* (1(1(1-  2200. 4409-24  SAFECO INSURANCE  Is   available   nt  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD,  10',;   .-.living*!  for 5 year accident - free driving Phone 11115-  2235 op call   Into our office  43.10-tfn  WORK WANTED  WINDOW Ae-iniiiK   hoi vice   At  general yard .lean up, Call  Denis  811(1-2:177, 4384-24  E8J  BUSINESS MACHINES  P.O.   Box   243,   GII.m.h*.  Guaranteed  repair.*!  to  typewriter.-  &  adding  iiuiohim***.  WORK WANTED (Conh)  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  ���_the Peninsula..Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-tfn  HEAVY  duty   rotovator.   Ph.  886-2897. ' 4017-tfn  TILLlCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and-repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,      statements,  '"balance    sheets. Personal   income tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.  4127-tfn  EXPERT carpenter (all lines)  reliable, reasonable. Anywhere on Sunshine Coast. Ph.  886-7423 evenings, 886-2120  days. 4336-tf*n  SIGN    Painting.    Reasonable  rates.  883-2231. 4388-22  LIGHT   &   heavy   hauling.   9  ton   maximum,   14   ft.   flat  bed truck. Call 886-2945.  4387-24  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing in paper hanging,  interior & exterior decorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  Phone 885-9715 after 4 p.m.  4252-tfn  WANTED  PENINSULA   EVERGREENS.  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J. M.  Hayes at Sechelt,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  *   2837-tfn  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender  Harbour area.   Call  Sechelt Ageno'***-; Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  6-8  HEALTHY laying pullets  or hens, wanted. Write particulars,   price   delivered,   R.  Bates,  Halfmoon Bay. 4398-22  NOTICE TO LANDLORDS  The Board of School Tustees  of School District No. 46 (Sechelt) invites proposals from  interested parties for the provision of Board Administration offices on a rental basis.  Minimum space requirements would be 2400 sq. ft.  but 3600 sq. ft. is desirable.  Proposals marked "Board Office Proposal" will be received  up to 12 o'clock noon May 21,  1970.  J. S. Metzler  Secretary-Treasurer  Box 220, Gibsons,  B.C.  1 ���   4399-22  HELP WANTED  WAITER,    waitresses,    housekeepers.  Lord  Jim's   Lodge,  RR   1,   Halfmoon  Bay.  Phone  885-2232. 4404-22  WANTED for part-time employment ��� man to drive  school bus. Age preferance 50-  60 yrs. Must reside in Madeira  Park area. Will assist successful applicant to obtain "A" li-  cenre, Apply M. Myers, P.O.  Box f), Madeira Park. 4397-22  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone  Mrs.   Naicla  Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Sechelt, B.C.  2910-tfn  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  Contact plnnt before picking.  Located   nt   Roberts   Creek,  aero:.!*, street from ntore.  Phono 886-2633  3457-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira  Park, TIC.  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  IIUCK 32c. BOXWOOD 32c,  CF.DAlt  (Tnntnct   plant  before  picking.  Located   bit bouse  north of  Pender Harbour  Hotel.  Phono 883-2265  4079-lfn  WANTED TO RENT  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Contact*  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  RITZ Motel���Rates by day,  week, month. Commercial  crew "rates. Full housekeeping.  Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons, B.C. 3559-tfn  THREE bedroom home, Iaun--  dry room, large living room  _with_. fireplace-   at     Wilson-  Creek. Phone 885-2014.  4415-22  ROOM ond -BOARD  ROOM,   Board,   &   care   for  Senior Citizens. Write: West  Haven Guest Home, 7190 Hun-  .tingtoon St. Powell River, B.C.  4355-23  ROOM, board & care for senior citizens. Write West Haven Guest Home,  7190 Huntingdon St., Powell River, B.C.  4325-23  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SPARE'TlME INCOME Refil-  ling and collecting money  from NEW TYPE high-quality  coin-operated dispensers in  your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2900 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly  can net excellent monthly income. More full time. For personal interview write CANA-  PENN DISTRIBUTING LTD.,  DEPT A. 160 Bay St., Suite  205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include phone number.  4380-22  REAL ESTATE  CLEARED   view    lot,    Davis  Bay. 72' x 273'. $6,200. 885-  9423. 4358-23  ROBERTS CREEK: Semi-  waterfront, large treed lot���  approx. 200' x 220'. Lovely level view lot. Only $8,000. Try  your own D.P. and terms.  ROBERTS CREEK: Semi-  waterfront lots (2) ��� 110x285  each. Well treed, private and  level. A good investment for  $5,000 ea. Easy terms.  GIBSONS: Chaster Road, 2  lots ��� 50' x 230' ea. TRY ALL  OFFERS, assume A-S at only  $25 mo.  GIBSONS: Village lots, varying sizes, prices, according to  locality, views, etc.: $2,000 to  $4,800.  Gibsons: Large landscaped  lot, with excellent 4-bedroom  home, good location, only  $24,000. In good maintenance  condition.  Older-type three-bedroom  house : on large view lot, handy location: Much could be  made of this. $8,500 full price.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Comfortable, compact. Two BR  home. New septic tank. View  property in convenient location.  Large bathroom. $3,600 down  on FP of $12,800. Owner has  moved,   Must   Sell.  ROBERTS CREEK: Five  semi waterfront lots. Very  close to beach. Level land.  Clearing in progress. Prices  $5,500 to $0,000. Access on  paved highway.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road, Gibsons, good view.  Phone 885r2818 days, 886-2600  eves. Write Box 4039 Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C.  4039-tfn  LOOK! LARGE 3 bedroom  home. Abbs Rd. Gibsons.  View. Asking price $26,400. To  view contact Roy Naud, 263-  3864. Wallace & MacKay Agencies   Ltd.   684-5935.   4379-22  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all prop-  * erties  and  businesses.  WE TRADE  3061-tfn  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver  Real  Estate  Board  Multiple laiisting Service  PHONE 880-2248  LISTINGS WANTED  Do Wortman 886-2393  Vince Prewer        886-9359  Lorrie Girard 886-7760  Box  231),  Gibsons,  B.C.  4411-22  DO YOU WANT TO BUILD?  If you have $3,000 you can  build the home of your choice  in Gibsons Heights..We have  mortgages. Drop in and see us  (today.  886-2481  LANGDALE. ��� Panoramic  view of Howe Sound from this  4 bedroom, full basement  home. Double plumbing, futuristic kitchen with built in  range and oven; with dining  room combined. Slate floor  ���entrance opens into large living room with Vaglio Sandstone fireplace; full bsmt. is  ready for rec. room, etc... auto,  oil heat. F.P. $41,500 with  Terms.  886-2481  BEACH ROAD, Gower Pt.  Starter summer cottage on lot  100* x 200*. Lovely area with  good beach and first class  view. Regional water now installed in this area. Try $7,500  cash.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE. Owner moving away and anxious  to sell this . well built home  close to nice beach, handy to  shopping area, library etc.  Good basement, inside stairs,  could be suite, rec room or?  AO heat, EHW, 220 wiring  etc. Two bedrooms, modern  bathroom, large living room  dining room. $16,500, with  $5,500 down.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE. Family home on two view lots,  lots of garden area, fruit trees  etc. Full basement with inside  stairs. AO heat. One BR on  main floor, finished attic for  children. Large living room  plus kitchen.. $14,500 with  $7,000 down on terms.  886-^481  LOTS. LOTS. LOTS. Only  $2,500 on very easy terms for  a 50' view lot in Gibsons Village. Only $1,200 cash for a  48'xl68' lot on Reed Road  (Granthams) with good sized  trees. Only $1,650 for 50'x268'  lot in Hillcrest, with village  water. Other lots from $3,000  upwards. See us if you have  a new home in mind.  886-2481  Make use of our factual, on  the job, information about  Sunshine Coast real estate. Wc*  personally investigate everything we advertise in this  area.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING  CENTRE   .  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  Evenings:  Ken Crosby  Jack White  Jay Vlsser  *.r*f-v .��     ^i***!--!**^.  ^rfjft^'  ���Ji.*)*,*****  ��      I       *V  I  *-aW*^rt*=f����4-Ww^^ *.<^, <*  BEAUTIFUL 2M. ACRE WILLIAM  ISLAND  At   Irvlno'a  Lon.llnn   In  Pondor   Harbour,   1,400   ft.   waterfront,  sheltered,  drilled well.  Full  prlco $35,000  wllh  $10,000 down.  99 It. woterlront lot at Madeira Park,  95 fl. waterfront lot ot Earl Covo,  131 ft. waterfront lot at Modolro Pork.  Excellent motel or trailer pork site?, 4 ocres across Highway 101  from Ponder Harbour Hotel at Madeira Pork,  23 Inrpc view lots, In Madeira Park ond Earl Cove.  Terrm available on above properties.  NEW, spacious 3 bedroom  home close to elementary  school, couple'"of blocks from  sea,** fcood water supply, full  basement, double carport and  sundeck. "t-arge level lot with  fruit trees. Any terms to right  party, $32,000 at 9%. P.O. Box'  346 Gibsons, B.C. or phone  886-2681. 4402-22  SECRET   Cove   semi - waterfront lot.   Water;  hydro a-  vailable. $4,750 full1 price. Ph.  298-7360. 4403-24  THE SUN SHINES  ON  DISCRIMINATING BUYERS!! ��� We now have the  opportunity to offer you this  delightful home on lanscaped  view lot. 1600' of gracious living; with basement,- double  carport and paved driveway.  Good size living room with,  stone fireplace; large- den w-  stone fireplace. A really big  kitchen with lots of cupboards,  family dining room, 3 bed,-  rooms 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.  SECHELT' VILLAGE ��� %  acre of garden, lawns, wallcs,  flowers, shrubs, trees, fruits,  berries, plants, works, 2 garages. Also included���3 bedroom home, alt electric with  fireplace and very cozy. Asking $24,500 with "����� -down. .  HALFMOON ��� Waterfront  lot. Almost an island attached to the rnainland. 300' of  waterfront in a semi-circle.  Priced at $33,000, Terms.  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 tne  fishing is great. 3 bedroom  cottage with stone fireplace,  Hydro, and lots of water.  $7,000 down.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots   on  water system. Choice of seven.  Now $3,200.00. Terms.  SELMA PARK ��� Lovely  view lot with older 2 bedroom  home. Bird sanctuary with  enclosures. Imported birds.  Take all for $17,500 cash. Also  2 bedroom home on large view  lot at $15,500 cash.  Davis Bay ��� Selma Park  View lots, 2-66* x 180' lots,  both for $9200.  KEATS ISLAND ��� 100'  Watefront lot on Collingwobd  Road. Piped water and Hydro  serve next lot. $7,500.  SILVER SANDS ���View lot  on highway 101 and Bryan Rd.  Water and  Hydro  by.  $1,500  ,Jaa..,ra     Fa-    CQ  900    i-fla-Vl "'  806-2008  880-2032  1185-2300  4407-22  ISO ACRES elevated view  property near Secret Cove.  Lane access. Just $60,000 for  quick sale.' Write Box 4023,  Peninsula Times. 4023-tfn  RARE residential view property within village boundaries of Sechelt. Five acre block  $7,500. Box 4024, Peninsula  Tunes,  Sechelt. 4024-tfn  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  SECHELT: 9 .acres of woods  with log cabin and guest hse���  2 bedrooms down and mezzanine bedroom, fireplace and  beamed ceiling. God garden &  strong natural water pressure.  F.P.  $23,000,  some terms.  SELMA: Large, open living  area home with second suite  potential above. Large lot overlooking Gulf of Georgia. FP  $35,000.  RURAL REVENUE: 2 acres  of park and garden with comfortable home and substantial buildings for two suites  or workshops. :FP $45,000  terms.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Home  for large family in quiet :-area,  island view. Large living 'rm.  with cut stone fireplace, 7  rooms and attic retreat. Concrete floored workshop in  basement.  F.P.  $20,000  terms.  Salesmen: Jack Warn and  Peter Aelbers  Phones:  Office: 688-3501    Or    886-7244  Eve.: 886-2681      or     886-2991  4400-22  down or $3,300 cash.  SANDY HOOK ��� Waterfront lot with southern exposure. $8,800 cash.  Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hadden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2013  Sechelt. B.C.  4303-tfn  HALFMOON BAY: Opportunity is knocking for the one  desiring revenue producing  waterfront property with rm.  for further development. Main  house is a new beauty with  1300* each floor. Features of  the house are Rosewood and  Satin Birch panelling. En-  suite master bedroom, lge.  view windows etc. Vendor  will consider some trade and  cash on $59,000 full price. Pictures can be seen at our office.  ROBERTS CREEK: Gently  sloped ac. nicely treed, all services at hand. Only $3,500.  GIBSONS: Attractive Country Estate with the hard work  done. Charming 3 bdrm. home  surrounded by lawns and  shrubs. Matching garage and  guest cabins. Small barn and  i corral. You are invited to view  and make your offer.  Level 90' x 290' plot in  choice location, excellent garden soil. $2,500.  Handyman's Dandy! Just a  short stroll to P.O. and shops,  no hills. 4 room cottage. Possession on $3,000 down full  price only $9,000.  Charming 3 bdrm. home  with commanding view of  Howe Sound. Attractive Cathedral entrance brings you into spacious living room. Access  to sundeck is by sliding glass  door from L.R. Convenient  cab. kitchen, lge. breakfast  room. W-W throughout in  neutral shade. A-oil furnace,  laundry room, storage etc. in  full concrete bsmt. Blk. top  drive to lge. car port. A MUST  TO SEE!  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  4412-22  REAL ESTATE (Cont)  RUSTIC with modem comfort: 3 bdrm log house on 9  wooded acres in West Sechelt.  Beamed, cathedral ceiling, fireplace, in lge living rm; all-  electric kitchen. Workshop &  studio or guest room in separate building. Large garden  with greenhouse, fruit trees.  $23,000. Phone 885-2871.  4254-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  FOR SALE���New 1 bedroom  home. ' 120' waterfront on  Ruby Lake. Drive to property.  886-7423 evenings. Days 886-  2120. . 4338-22  WATERFRONT LOT ���  Gibsons, fully serviced with  beach and sheltered moorage,  $8,000.  SEMI - WATERFRONT  LOTS -"!-���"* Choice, fully serviced- in several Pender Harbour  locations. Ideal for retirement  and the sportsman. Price from  $2,500.  GIBSONS LOTS ��� Large,  fully serviced and centrally  located, from $2,750.  5 ACRES ��� welt treed with  creel< and over 260 feet highway'frontage, $7,000..  10 ACRES ���- Beautifully  treed, south slope with oyer  .BO^Jeet road frontage. Perfect  homesite with excellent potential for subdivision, $12,500.  27 ACRES ��� Secluded, level and parkiike with meandering year round creek. Only  $725 per acre.  Call Frank Lewis or Morton  Maekay  886-9900 Eves. 886-7088  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons ��   Coquitlam  4367-21  Ph. tl|,��.7a>r.7  OKPKT.   executive   At   family  rrqvtlre 3 bdrm. house. Will  ,.lgn (1 months lease or pay 3  months   rent   in  advance.   Ph,  4320-22    (J85-9393. 4321-23  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, B.C. ��� Phono 803-2233  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  PENDER HARBOUR No.  1I20R  Cholco commercial corner. Station sito? Two lots with highway  and secondary road frontage. Call Dob Kcnl,  885-9461.  WEST SECHELT    ~ No,   1281R  For tho very largo family or rooming and boarding house, Excellent highway location, Coll  Hob Kent, 885-9-161,  SECHELT VILLAGE No,  1-125  Residential lot*, from 12000 ca!.h, Several to choose (rom, right  clown town, Coll Dob Kent,  8a*l>-9'16lL   SELMA PARK VIEW No,   1458  Largo 80* building lot, Nicely treed, $5000 F.P, Coll Jack  Andcirfon, 885-2053,  HOUSE fl. ACREAGE No, 13-10  6 5 view acre, at Robert*. Creek, Cozy homo awl attached garogo,  $15,900 F.P, Coll Jack Anderson, 885-2053,  SECHELT DUPLEX No. 1237  Near now deluxe homo plus suite. Rented ot $80 per month.  $29,000 term',. Call Jack Anderson, 885-2053.  TILLICUM DAY No. 1450  2 bedroom, cut&tono -fireplace, onto oil furnace, new kitchen,  800 feet to Morino, Stove nnd frldoe Incl, A real buy ol $1 1,900  all cash. Coll Peter Smllh, 085-9463.  NEAR SECHELT No,   1052  2 bedroom home on (lot broth, dec, range and heater Incl. Good  leaso lot, F,P. $9600, Coll Peter Slr-lth,  885-9463.  SELMA PARK No, 1522  Charming 2 bedroom, clo.c to village, full cement foundation*,  flee range* w/w corpoHj many cxlro-., Only $9000 down puis  you In, eat-h offers on E.P. of $13,200, Coll Peter Smllh, 885-9-163.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155, Sechelt  Secholt 885-2235 Gibsons 886-7015  CARS & TRUCKS  PRIVATE:   '64   Olds  hardtop.  Elec. windows & seat. Power brakes & steering. Ex. condition. $1750. Ph. 885-9630.  4239-tfn  1965 F 85 (6) De Luxe Olds,  automatic, radio, excellent  condition. $1100. Also 9 ft. x  12 ft. tent, double sleeping  bag, umbrella tent, $50. Phone  885-9792. 4278-22  SAFEGO INSURANCE  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10%  savings for 5 year "abei-  dent - free driving Phone 885-  2235 or call into our office  4360-tfn  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)   * i  1962 FORD Fairlane 6  cylin-l  der. Rebuilt automatic transmission   &   torque   convertor.  $400. Ph. 883-2256.        4284-22  1958   FORD   sedan.   Standard  6. Offers. Phone 885-9603.  4347-23  1969     CHEVROLET    Impala,'  Custom  Sport,. 350  cu.   In.  engine, power steering, power  brakes. Contact D. N. Ranson  855-2221 or 885-2310.     4343-23  1968 PLYMOUTH Fury III,  Vinyl 2 dr. HT, 25,000 miles  V8, 318. PS, PB, auto. Would  consider good ligbt truck or  panel in trade. Bob Nygren,  886-7161. 4329-ttn  ZEPHYR 4 door, good -running  order. Licensed, $200. Phone  883-2375. 4416-22  1954 DODGE 1 ton with cattle   racks.   Best   offer.   Ph.  885-2308. 4377-22  TRAILERS  16 FT. Vanguard trailer sleeps  6. Complete with Propane  stove, fridge & ''"furnace.' Immaculate condition, $1,695.  Ph. 885-2020. 4326-22  BOATS & ENGINES  18 FT. open cabin cruiser with  45 HP electric start motor,  $650.  Pli.  886-7430.       4324-23  19 FT. Cabin Cruiser with 75  HP  outboard   motor,   $1200.  Ph. 885-9680. 4382-24  la1,..' DEEP V Hourston glass-  craft.   Full  convertible  top,  35 HP Chrysler, electric start,  2 tanks, $1600. Phone -883-  2375. 4417-22  SOLIDLY    constructed    plywood  12*  boat,  with  5 HP  outboard, tank,   and   steering  controls. $150. 885-9654.  4414-tfn  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  OMC SERVICENTRE  Phone 883-2266  SPRING SALE 20%  OFF  3 h.p. Evinrude '65 95  9.5 h.p. Evinrude, new 410  10 h.p. Johnson '63              150  20 h.p. Johnson '66 245  33 h.p. Evinrude '65 295  33 h.p. Evinrude '68 395  35 h.p. Johnson '59 190  35 h.p. Evinrude '60 225  40 h.p. Evinrude Man. '68 495  40 h.p. Evinrude Man. '69 500  40 h.p. Evinrude, el. '68 525  45 h.p. McCulloch, el. * 450  50 h.p. Viking, el. * 425  55 h.p. Evinrude, el. " 750  90 h-p.'Evirrrude; el. * 595  90 h.p. Johnson,.el. * 625  ��� Includes controls.  4405-22  i  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  For Our Representative Call Mr. Good Collect 263-4993-(24'hours)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Coll.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver,  WE COVER THE WATERFRONT  REVENUE SECHELT  4 suites or summer rentals/year round or steady, on tho beach.  $5,500 down payment.  Retirement home at Selma Park, brand new; small on highway,  dominion lease. F.P. $14,750.  COMMERCIAL  At Sechelt. 300' waterfront, all services ovailable*. Sultablo for  Motel/Hotel complex. $68,000.  BUSINESSES  Ladles'/Children's Wear, little or no competition, located right In  the centre of the Peninsula, Excellent opportunity. Terms.  Variety Store 5 8. 10c located on Peninsula. Prime location 1750  sq, ft. Ideal for man and wife operation, Stock $20,000. Terms.  Evergreen collecting wholesaler plus small theatre. 100' waterfront  with four bedroom residence. Land olono worth half asking value.  High return for owner-operator, investigate this and phono mo,  Mr. Good 263-4993, Terms on $55,000, or your houso In part  ' trado.  PENDER HARBOUR  Located  overlooking  Garden   Bay  West  and   Southern  exposure  |ust off the highway with olght avcrago size lots,  can bo subdivided. $20,000 down or your property In trade.  Ideal retirement. Mr, Good, 263-4993.  LOTS  **.  Two waterfront on Frances Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  oach, Also 50 acres from $45,000,  $2,700 at Garden Boy Loko, see signs. Or from  $3,950    10%  down at Sclmo Park ncor wator, |ust off highway boforo Sechelt.  WATERFRONT  Desirable lots at Sechelt $9,250, Low down payment,  HOMES  Summer or Perm, residence Halfmoon Boy, Garden Bay, Pcndor  Harbour, spill level $16,900. Larger modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landing, Howo Sound, about $25,000 w|ll  handle, Will never bo repeated. As a prestige waterfront residence  Over 5 bedrooms ond guest occonr modal Ion, largo grounds,  Retirement, special  at  Madeira  Park,  Modern homo  plus  eight  lots to sell off as a subdivision, $20,000 hondlcs.  2 acres wllh 2 bdrm. homo on Hwy, 4 miles Secholt sldo of Madeira Park turnoff, Only $6600 wllh $1600 down.  \  Commercial Buslne.** and Large- Acreages, Phono mo, Mr, Good  263-4993 24 hrs, I represent In your area with Block Bros,  Realty Ltd the largest In the West, And I om a realtor and o  members of the Industrial, Commercial ond Investment Division  ol lho creator Voncouver Real Estate Board.  TOR THf"  SUNSHINE  COAST.   PHONE  MC  AND  LIST  YOUR  PROPIRTY    WE Srt-LI  2695  Granville   St.,   Voncouver    Ask   for  Mr.  Good   263-4993,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  v  * /����� 0     w. *   ^   4    fi***! AA>  ,���    I   A,<*��fi'>k'n-'A  i--��*..iWi^*��*rf--'yV*��r-*.^  h       F'a.A.Ml.A^.'a'k.'ll-.f^.AjM-.**  I'   jra-   .Mi- -Hi   -#*-."*������,      *��� ���*���*--   -**���-'... rJ^he^ih^yyC^i^'ie'<^&^t^!^.  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    LEGALS (Continued)  FOR SALE or trade for small  car, 24* cabin cruiser. Phone  886-2128. 4410-24  BRAND new speed boat, hull  20 it.   with  fibreglass  bottom.  Ph.  886-7092.      , 4385-22  23* CABIN cruiser with 150 hp  Merc cruiser iriboard-out-  board. Head & galley, electric  bilge pumps, blower, wipers  complete with washers; depth  sounder & many other extras  plus 24 ft. tandem boat trailer.  3 yrs old. A-l condition. $4,000  cash. Write Box 4393 Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt,  B.C. , 4393-23  SPRING SPECIAL  $1849.00  New K&C Thermoglass  full conv. top. 55 hp Evinrude  36 mph  One Only?  Id" Glass on Wood  '69 55  HP-Evinrude'-with  10  hrs., E2  Loader Trailer  $1650.00  15V-".' Lone Star  conv. top, 55 HP Chrysler  $1495.00  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  OMC SERVICENTRE  Phone 383-2266  4406-22.  LEGAL  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  North of Sechelt, East of Sechelt Inlet.  Take notice that Harold Edward Aubin of Sechelt, occupation retired intends to apply  for a lease of the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted Due S.E. 175 ft from  N.E. corner Lot 18 to Iron pin  on unsurveyed land Lot 7148  groiip 1 N.W.D.; thence North  690 ft.; thence East 330 ft.;  thence south 800 ft.; thence S.  W.. 330. ft. along roadright of  way and containing approx. 7  acres, more or less.  The purpose for which the  lease is required is homesite.  Harold Edward Aubin  .    Dated April 6, 1970.  4301-pub, April 15, 22, 29, May  6, 1970*  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  AND OTHERS  Eva)d, Lengetved,  also known  as   Evald  Lang,   Deceased  Creditors and others having  claims against the estate of  Evald Langetved, also know  as Evald Lang deceased, for-  fonnerly of Sechelt, in the  Province of British Columbia,  are required to send full particulars of such claims to  Francis W. Stone, Executor,  c/o Robert R. Maitland &  Company, Barristers & Solicitors, Room 606, 470 Granville  Street, Vancouver, British  Columbia, not later than the  8th day of Juno, 1970, after  which date the estates asset*,  will be distributed having regard only to claims that have  been rceelv.xl.  FRANCIS W. STONE  Executor  ROBERT R, MAITLAND At  ���     COMPANY,  Solicitors  4346-pub, Ap. 22, 29, May 6,  Form No. 18  (Section 8*2)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention  to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  approximately" 1 (one) mile  North of Pender Harbour Secondary School   .  Take notice that Neil New-  idk of Pender Harbour, occupation logger -intends to apply  for a lease of the following  described lands:-���  Commencing at a post  planted North "West Corner:  thence 660 ft. east; thence 660  ft. south; thence 660 ft. west;  thence 660 ft. ndrth and containing 10 (ten) * acres, more  or less, for the purpose of agriculture and  homesite.      '���           NElTTNEWICK.  Dated March 29*. 1970.  4389-pub. April 29, May 6, 13,  20, 1970  TENDERS  DEPARTMENT "OF LANDS,  FORESTS,  AND  WATER  RESOURCES  TIMBER SALE 02266  Sealed tenders will be received by the District Forester, at 631 Marine Buildings,  Vancouver 1, British Columbia, not later than 11.00 a.m.  on the 25th day of May, .1970,  for the purchase of Licence A  02266, to cut 610,000 cubic ft.  of Balsam, Hemlock & Cypress, located on Brigade Bay,  Jervis Inlet, New'Westrninster  Land District.  Five (5) years will be allowed for removal of timber.  As this are 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.  Particulars may be obtained  from the District Forester, 631  Marine Building, Vancouver  1, British Columbia, or the  Forest Ranger, Madeira Park  P.O., British Columbia.  4351-pub. AprH 22, 29, May 6,  13, 1970  PETS .  TOY & miniature poodle puppies.   Reg'd," &   innoculated.  From   $60.   Also   some   older  stock.  Ph.  885-9797. ���'��� 4290-22  FOR SALE:* Pretty purebred  Samoyod female, 3 years  old. $25. Also, free good pets  for children, Sambyed x Labrador  puppids.. 885-9312.  4413-24  MUSIC    PIANOS  Tuned   and  Repaired,  Professionally  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4226-tfn  FOR SALE (Continued)  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.  CENTURY  fibreglass hardtop  tent   trailer,   as   new,   used  one season only. Ph. 885-9398:  4349-23  PENINSULA Times Book  Store has-complete line of  'How & Why' books,-59c ea.  Also complete series of Golden Handbooks $1.50 ea. Chil-  drens classics $1.59. Wonderful selections latest Canadiana  Ph. 885-9654, Sechelt. 4328-nc  FOR SALE used electric range, good condition. Ph. 886-  7092. *     4330r23  ALL   fibreglass    canopy   fits  long wide box. Ph. 883-2535.  4395-tfn  AUTO washer, excellent condition,  Half'price. 886-9975.  4374-22  3 BURNER propane stove  with oven, $85. 3 cu. ft. Astral propane fridge $115, both  coppertbrte, - used 1 month.  Sunbeam electric lawn mower  . $35. Bathroom sink, $5. Coleman 2- burner stove $5. Washing machine motor, $5. 20 lb.  propane tank, new $17. 3 incs  belt sander $35. Electric lawn  edger $10, Tank type vacuum  (���leaner $20. All in A-l condition. Phone 883-2346.    4378-22  LIGHT plant, 5 kilowatt, propane or gas, used 6 months.  White Box 603, Sechelt, B.C.  4375-24  SAFECO INSURANCE  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident - free driving Phone 885-  2235 or call into our office  4360-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.  1306-tfn  for: sale  50 WATT transistor Marconi  marine ��� radio telephone.  Like new cost .$545 will sell  $300 or guaranteed. 50 fathom  Ecolite sounder, good wkg.  cond. $160. 4 track Muntz car  stereo tape player 12 volt. Ex.  cond. $35. Phone Andy 885-  9546. 4392-22  G'.E. refrigerator $50. Vanity  with mirror and bench $25.  Portable electric washing machine $25. Sealers wide mouth,  $2. Phone 886-2985 -after 6 p.m.  4391-22  BOSER CEDAR PRODUCTS  SHAKES AND  SHINGLES  For local sales call in at  Wilson Creek Mill.  Phone  886-9697  4156-tfn  LIVESTOCK  HORSESHOEING -&  training.  Ph.  885-2308. 4376-24  HORSES  10 year old Bay mare for sale.  Good.games horse. 886-9317.  4341-23  MUM  IS  The Times  -SUaM  Cm SDB SERVE YOU?  M. J. K. GOSDEN  One of our representatives  will be at  Powell River Inn,  Powell River, B.C.  Thursday, May 7th, 1*70  If "you require a term loan for a new or  existing business, you are invited to discuss your needs with him. An appointment can be arranged by telephoning  Mr. Gosden  485-6281 or 112-681-7484  INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  TERM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES  885 Dummulr Street,  Vancouver 2, D.C.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Noti.":>  of  Intention, to  Apply  to L.-n'H' Lmul  In 1-jiikI HiTordlng District  of N.W.I). VnncouvcT H.C. nnd  .iltni.t.' Aprox. -I mil.**- North  of .Scclicll on K'i.*it Porpois.!  Buy It ond.  Tn'to nolioo that Norm.m  William Hall of SwhHt, l.C,  ort'tiputloi. tiluvl m-a'ti-l work-  .*l*. Intend;) lo apply for a lense  <)f Ihe following de,*;eiibed  In wis:- ���  Commenrlnfi nt *.- po.'.t  planted 100' clue Knst of l-ot  ll��, l-ot 71*111. ('"roup 1 NWD;  thence 1.100' Norlh; tin-nee  XW l*.:eit; thence 1300 South;  thence 330* West nlonn road  rlfc'ht of way, nnd contiili-in.;  10 (ten) wre*., more or le*.*i.  Tin* purpwe for which the  le.'ise is required is h��me site.  Normnn William  Hall  Dated April  If).  1070,  333-pub, April 22, 29, Mny ->,  13, 1070  M5-  i,. i  Fa^staf-V**  , f    ,������������. A ��� I  F * *  a,< V  ** I Utttift ' ���-, *TA "J  *. **<***"  ���**��*l**l*^aMS*tJll|^^  Utah.* ytn^^^^r- Im frH^^^B^UtatrntviM*****- ,  ja-kaamJL-*-    "-a**   * ���������������"1  '*^��l^rf*��((|-����S'>1J(a.      '  ^M^a\  .-ft  \      'l' -  A  .jju\.rt*>^w-n.--^^-^iv-fl>-w!^*li*w-fc.' .*e  ���V1 f-f^ |(te,V��HwOa>.��l  Thousands of visitors to British  Columbia soo our province as ono  of tho greatest scenic and  recreational areas on onrtli. And  those visitors are absolutely debt.  From tho sandy beaches of  Vancouvor Island to tho rugged  grnndour of tho Rogors Pass,  thoro's boundless opportunity for  excltlnn holiday Irnvol. This yenr>  plan to soo moro of British  Columbia - nnd see what holidays  ore all about,  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fino 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.   Phono 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 Ca��-  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt. B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandviow Ave.  - P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Rc��. 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 Toxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414   'i  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beninger  Box 14, Secchlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Flno lino of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUDIN  Tol. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Free Estimates  Phono 885-2375 after 5 p.m.  Box  593, Sechelt,   B.C,  GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK  Albert Ronnborg 886-2996  or Norman Coatcs 886-2483  lg,?  GOVERNMENT OF tWIT'SII C0LUM0IA  DEPARTMENT OF TRAVEL INDUSTR*  Hon. W. K. Klernan, Mlnlntcr  R. B. Worley, Doptity Minister  "Your dollar'a worth mora at honwr  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Black - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons -086-9352  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Youp ��  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest -  Ten vears to poy  Complete line of appliances  For free 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)  Phone 885-2818  UNSHINE    Bernina & Omega  EWING  1 ERVICE      Sales, Parts, Service  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.  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 Towing.  L. HI6GS  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  Steamfittlng - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  Headqucrters 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 - Sechelr, B.C.  R, SCHULTZ PLUMBING  MBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Secholt to Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Pork, B C.   LLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  Welcome to tho Floorshlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Spoclollsls In Clennli.Q - Floor Wnxlng  Spray .J.i.flnu - Window Cloonlna  REASONAHl.t*  RATES  KENiC. STRANGE  Phona G 06-7131- Gibsons, B.C.  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Af.,f-,itv.c.ijral Designer. - General Contractor*  Residential ond Commercial  Phon* 083-20*13. S��chctr,  ���or Vancouver, 732-9196  ALEX FOLEY or GEORGE ARDLEY  CANADIAN   jfROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical   ,  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATtS  Phono 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons, B.C.  Office 886-2481 Res. 886-2131  ROY 8, WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Morino Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnlth 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Ponder Harbour  Parts & Marino Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  0,M,C. Stern Drive-  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K&C Thormoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 8B3-2266  WORK WANTED  Rotoillllno - "-awns ond Lan-hcaplnc.  Corpentry - Plumbing ��� Septic Tank*  Lots cleare-J of del>rH or any Job,  No Job Too Small and Seldom Too Dla.  Phono 885-9418  W.IHom S. Poolcy, R.R. 1, Scchctt, D.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsail  Fill - Drain Rocks - Sewers  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono 883-2265 or 883-2721  /  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential,  Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  Line Work  Phono 886-7244  COAST BACK HOE AND TRUCK LTD.  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for Sale  Phone 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 FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING . SHRUDS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Phono B86-2684  Commercial Printing  r.jn.jiiLiTL-ii*j'nirj*TiL~i*wT>Li*,*-i'*" i"* r~ir.Tr *f A"r* ii-**i i*i*ir r^^^^r'^^-^^  H*.^!**.**.*' I     ��  Page A-4     -    The, Peninsula Tlmos  Wednesday, April 29, 1970  Sechelt Notes  WOMEN'S Group of St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, held their Spring  Tea and Bake Sale in Wilson Creek Community Hall on Tuesday April 14. Guests  were welcomed by Mrs. M. Bell and the  tea was opened by Mrs. J. Stewart of  Gibsons United Church.  The hall was attractively decorated  with Spring flowers. Pouring tea were  Mrs. Norman Franklin representing St.  Hilda's Anglican Church. Sechelt; Mrs.  Leo Johnson from the Holy Family Catholic Church, Sechelt; Mrs. Violet Jackson  President of the Homemakers Club, Sechelt and Mrs. George Betts from Bethel  Cliurch, Sechelt.  Many ladies attended the tea making  it a social and financial success.  HERE AND THERE  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parker who have  been holidaying in California accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. Gordon have returned home.  Miss Jacquie Franklin spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Franklin. Accompanying Jacquie  were the Misses Allison and Crenagh-  Redmondof Victoria. A "~~     "  Twenty-seven ladies, members of the  Hospital Auxiliaries travellel by chartered bus last Wednesday to attend the  annual Lower Mainland Regional Meeting, held in St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver.  The Selma Park Community Association is sponsoring a Dogwood Tea and  Home Cooking Sale on Tuesday, May 12  from 2-4 p.m. A good opportunity to meet  old friends and replenish your cake boxes.  Visiting Mrs. Alice French is Mrs.  Gladys George of Burnaby.  Mr. and Mrs. - Ed. Cooke of Prince  George are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom  Gory.  Government Employees  Uniopvote in 3 areas  MEMBERS of the Powell River branch  the B.C. Government Employees'  ���(on voted in three areas on acceptance  Sr rejection of the 1970 wage increase  proposed for them by the provincial  government.  Branch president Robert Moore said  today the group had held wage ratification meetings at Sechelt ��� April 15;  Powell River ��� April 17 and Vananda  ��� April 20.  Moore said the other 54 branches in  thc 14,000-member BCGEU will also be  holding wage ratification meetings this  month.  Moore said this was the first time  that all BCGEU members have had the  chance to vote yes or no on their annual  wage increases.  . "We are trying to find out whether  our membership is happy or unhappy  with this year's  increases," he said.  Moore said the results of the vote  are to be sent to union Headquarters in  Vancouver foe tabulation with the vote  in other BCGEU.  "If the overall vote is heavily in favor  of rejecting the increase, then the union's  negotiating committee will seek to reopen  wage discussions with the civil service  commission," said Moore.  "However", if an overall majority votes  for acceptance, the negotiating committee  will probably make representation on  behalf of a new occupational groups  which may vote against the wage proposals".  Moore said members of the Pow.ll  River branch will not be asked to consider strike action over wages, at least  at thc ratification stage.  Sunshine Rebekahs plan  Annual Birthday Party  THREE new members were initiated by  tho Sunshine Rebekah' Lodge 82  recently. They were Mrs. Betty Bcningcr.  Mrs. Delia Hardstadt and Mr. Harry  Reiter.  Plena were formulated for the annual  birthday party when Sunshine will be  8 year,*) old. Sister lodges, Arbutus, Gibsons, and Teshquoit Powell River will  be invited. Also Sunshine Coast Lodge  and Mnlnspina-* nnd other assembly office��� who huvc a standing Invitation  arc expected, the date May  25,  Business practice . . .  BOARD   of   School  Trustees will  now  advertise its need for School Board  office accommodation on or before December 31st when it is required to vacate  the B.C. .Telephone building on North  Road, Gibsons. /'  School Board chairman Sheila/Kit-  son stated at last Tuhrsday's meeting  that it had been brought to her attention at a public meeting held in Madeira  Park,  that the Board should  advertise.  Trustee Dr. Walter. Burtnick observed  that it is good business practice "to advertiser���* "  Discussion arose . when trustee Bill  Malcolm said he understood that a merchant is going to build new quarters and  would have space available in Sechelt.  STILL REQUIRED  Trustee Agnes Labonte pointed out  the need to correct a school board press  release which stated that the new science  wing to be built at Elphinstone will  eliminate the use of the basement rooms.  _ _WitlL anticipated-enrollment-for���next-  September, the school will still be hard  pressed for accommodation and will still  have to make use of the basement and  two  portables.  PLANS APPROVED  Local Chapter of Sechelt & District  Retarted Children's Association has sub-  mittend plan of a portable building which  it is hoped to erect on school board property at Gibsons Elementary School.  Total cost of building and- erection is  estimated at $8,000 which will be raised  by the Local Chapter.  Trustee Bernard Mulligan told the  board that the Canfor Safety Award  money has been donated to the Sechelt  & District Retarted Children's Association and other donations have' been  promised.  Plans as submitted were accepted  subject to 2 provisions; if the Board  takes over" operation of the Retarded  Children's class, the portable becomes  school board property at no charge. If  there is no further need for operation  of a retarded children's class, the board  has option to purchase the building at  cost price.  PROPERTY LEASE  Pender Harbour Fire Protection District has written the School Board seeking use of school property. Trustees will  reply stating that the Board is not allowed  to lease property for other than school  purposes. Department of Education would  not approve a similar request from Roberts Creek Fire Protection District.  CROWN GRANT  Letter to the Board from Department  of Lands, stated that the Crown Grant  land at .Selma Park has now* been surveyed and found to be 11.532 acres. The  Board however will be * required .to provide access road, and a letter to that  effect was required.  Following Dr. Burtnick's advice, the  Board will inform Department of Lands  that it is willing to; undertake the responsibility of putting a road into the  property.  Former Naval Officer  for Anglican Church  REV. Dennis Popple, who succeeds Rev.  Barry Jenks in the Anglican Church  parish which covers the Sechelt Peninsula, visited Sechelt last week accompanied by his wife Anne and little  daughter Helen.  He will take up his duties on June  1st, conducting his first service on Sunday June -7th.  Born in Leicester, England, Rev. Popple went to sea as a young man, serving as officer cadet and then ship's officer for twelve years with Ellerman  Lines. He obtained his Master's Certificate "in 1958.  In 1959 Rev. Popple attended St.  Aidan's' Theological College at Birkenhead and was ordained in 1962. His first  parish was in Manchester where he  served until 1965 when he came to Canada as padre with Missions to Seamen  in Vancouver.  KELT 1  ^  i We presently have a number of experienced  volunteers to staff the Chamber of Commerce tourist  bureau which will go into service shortly. Additional  assistance will be required and any ladies prepared  to donate a little time to this interesting project are  asked to phone Mrs. Alice Murray at 885-9662.  ^m^^mm^^^^m^^m^^m^^m^m  Tony Gargrave . . .  [ighway promises ignore  BIG GUNS of the proviricial New Democratic , Party were present at a  meeting last Saturday April 25th at the  Roberts Creek Hall and among the  speakers introduced by President of  Local 297, Fred Corley were; House"  Party Leader Dave Barrett, B.C. Party  Leader Tom Berger, former MLA for the  MacKenzie Riding Tony Gargrave and  unsuccessful candidate in the last election Don Lockstead.  Tony Gargrave said he was speaking  in the area for the first time in five years  and was delighted to renew old acquaintances from his days as MLA. He  said he understands, membership in the  Gibsc-ns area is higher now than since  1952 which bodes good for the NDP on  the Peninsula.  Commenting on the excellent job done  by Don Lockstead in contesting the riding  during the last election, he said he looks  upon MacKenzie as one of the "Great"  ridings. As to the Sunshine Coast, he  recalls the days when it had a total of  three miles hartop. "I can't say anything  much has happened to improve things  since 1966. Roads have become worse  even though you were told they would  be reconstructed once you get rid of an  NDP representative," he said.  Speaking on the terrific potential of  the Sunshine Coast, Gargrave said he  sees  it as the future great playground  Around Jervis Inlet  A VERY important person in a logging  camp is the cook. A friend of mine has  been a camp cook for several years. She  is a pert looking woman with neat, stylish  hair. When she laughs her entire face  lights up in a way that tells you she is  a person who enjoys life. And she laughs  often, especially when talking about her  experiences as camp cook.  One morning she was halfway through  making breakfast for thirty men when  the relic stove quit working. Her son  and his wife were living in the camp  so, at 6:00 a.m., she dashed up the hill  to their house to borrow an electric  frying pan, a coffee pot, and a toaster.  It was frantic but she managed bacon,  eggs, toast, and coffee for all those men  before they had to head up the mountain  to work*  Another time, at the same camp, she  accidentally hit the suht-off switch on  the stove while mopping thc floor. When  she found the stove was out she didn't  realize it had been off for only a short  time. She tossed in a match and poof  Flames shot out, singeing her hair, eyebrows, and lashes. The first aid man w.is  there and grabbed her, smothering the  fire with his hands. When she looked  in the mirror her face was streaked with  black from thc soot and red from thc  old bricks in the stove.  Still another time tho men were .ill  leaving camp for a holiday. She, the cook,  would   be there alone  when   tho  barge  -���by Pat Kenoyei  arrived to deliver food. Her problem was  ��� how to get those hundreds of pounds  of grub from the wharf into the cookhouse. Probably most women would  have said it was impossible and quit -  right then, but not this camp cook. There  was a pickup in camp but she had never  learned to shift a standard - transmission.  She had the loggers, before they left  camp, back the pickup to the wharf and  put it in forward gear.  When the barge came in the men on  it were good enough to take time to load  the food into the pickup. My friend then  got in the pickup and started the motor  and, probably with a jerk or two, drove  forward to the cookhouse. There she, b.-  herself, slid those hunderd pound bags  and heavy cases of food into the cookhouse. Such work she deems as all part  of thc job. ���  She also laughs about thc time she  was alone in camp when it stormed for  three days. The third night the wind  was so strong it shook the cabin and  the surf pounded just outside, Things  were banging about, making her nervous  and unable to sleep. Suddenly there was  a wild screech directly above her head.  She flew from bed ond switched on the  flashlight. There, hanging over the top  of thc partially opened window, was the  camp cat. The,cook gave up trying *.o  sleep, lit the kerosene lantern and reid  the rest of the night.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  FOR ST,  HILDA'S SERVICES  Coll 885-9440  or 885-9673    '  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, D.C.  Sunday School 10,00 o.m.  Church Service 11:13 a.m,  PHONE 883-9863  All Welcome  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� IQsOO o.m.  Church Servico ��� 11.13 a.m.  Cvonlna Sorvico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  ' Davis Day Road and Arbutui  (2 block* up from Highway)  \ _    n  ��� -J*- ��� -**��� ���    *  SEC MELT AGE-HCiES DATE PA��  ��� This frco reminder of corrilna events Is o servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for freo HstinQs, speclfylno "Dato  Pad". Plooso noto that space Is limited and som6 advonco dates may  havo to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannot always carry full details.  ���Hftiyy'-finf^^  April 29���8 p,m, Elphinstone School. Public Meeting Rctcrcn-lum No,  10.  April 30���12 noon closlno tlmo for nomination ol School Tr.i-.tee to  represent Secholt,  April 30���0 p.m, Robert*. Creek Community Holl, Lion-. Lad...*. Fo-.hlon  ���Show, Refreshments ant) door prizes,  Moy  I���2-4 p,m. St, OoMholonru'w'*. Church Holl, GHnon*., Sprint) T<*o  ond Bake Solo, (*,  Moy  I���-6:30 p.m, Elphinstone, S.C, Juvenile Soccer Night, World Cup  Film, Presentation of trophlof.,  Mny 2���Commencement ot Girl Guide and Brownie Cookie Week,  May   3���I   p,m,   Elphinitona   School   Commencement ,Gil>*>onv5c:cl..-ll  Wolkolhon.  Moy 3���-7 p.m, Glod Tiding.---, Glb'-oni, African Mhilonory Film,  Moy 6���fl p m. St. Hlldn'% Holl, ScchHt Garden Club meetina.  Moy 7- ���fl o.m. to fl p.m.  Polllnrj l*>ay,  l!nK*rocr.cy School Referendum  No. 10.    ASK ABOUT OUR SAFECO INSURANCE  AND SAVE MONEY  *     '       I *-ti��*a��jffl*a* j, ����* 1        *  %A/*A'A"  AAA/vT>  l-lla-FatAl.   ��   ''--a   *  "The Spiritual Revolution"  BAHAI'S' OF SUNSHINE COAST  085-2088 - Sechelt,  B.C.  ffflfE  Multiple Lilting Sendee  Vancouver Reol EitoU  Ooard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Sechelt 885-2235  AGENCIES LTP.  24 HOURS Gibsons 886-7015  lasts Socreds  for the city of Vancouver. "It will surely  become one of the greatest recreational  areas, bar-none, in the province," ne  added.  Recommendations that he would like  to see the NDP pick-up and pursue included; complete relocation of highway  101 which should be made into a first  class modern highway. The existing highway should be retained for local services. "They have the money, to do this  and I am shocked to find it has not' already been done," he said, referring  to the Highways Department.  Greater accent should be put upon  development of a large park together  with a number of smaller waterfront  park-sites. Pender Harbour and Gibsons  harbours should be declared provincial  parks. Pender Harbour, he stated, is one  of the greatest in the whole of B.C. and  must be preserved.  He suggested a large hotel-resort  complex, similar to that of Harrison, in  the ' Pender Harbour area would prove  a tremendous attraction. Sechelt should  press for a chronic hospital and greater  emphasis placed upon development of a  comprehensive water system for the  entire area. In this regard, he warned  that as waterfront becomes scarce for  residential purposes people will start  moving inland. "I certainly can see nothing that the Social Credit government  has done for this area," he concluded.  immmmmmmmimmmmmmms&mmmmmammmmmmmm.  ELECTRICAL  COE*l?HACYO&gS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  HAfttftEL  Electric iieaft  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  r-Ta-7  ���w-ii^'iW'a^wiigl-^'-'i-J.'"{r'^iitiuji i^iL j^pwiiii^fiuii^Bgy wy^��**yH*��ii��*^*ff  i    ���-** ) ' i   .. "A *.,*>���**���*/    ���> -t   *-*   "A-j.*    T    *.'*  ���y  ya*mi*M*0*mmi*im0W0m0mmmMmammmmmm0iaum��mmtmmmmm0mmmm*iKm  THEME:  Vacation Time on the Sunshine  Coast.  LA-DIES' FASHIONS SUPPLIED  by  SECHELT  M*m��nnnwinim��  t  I  I"  \  f   i  a J  I .!  u  1  OTHER SPONSORS:  Morgan's Men's Wear, Sechelt  Men's Fashions  Uncle Mick's Shoes, Sechelt  Footwear  H. Bishop Ladies' Wear,  Sechelt*-���Accessories  Mickey's Boutique, Sechelt  Decorations  i   further assistance from:  ! Benner's Furniture Sechelt  bnd Parker's Hardware Ltd.,  Sechelt -S~\  iinnnmiHTO��nnii-iiMM��iii��n  Time and Place:  j   April 30fh  at 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek Community Hall  Refreshments and Door Prizes  Adults $2 ea. - Students $1.25  Tickets available from any of  the Lions' Ladies  Ktew;  wm�� \mM(^mm  WKK Cf lUCtUtBC-.  1  !   Mma Sedan.  "Now yoxrenn ordrr tho new Nova ���  Chevrolet.'., popular economy family cur ���a I. ft  $185.00 prlco reduction. The reduct ion applies*, to  nil nix and eight, cylinder Nova model...  TIicho Novnn aro equipped wilh lho conventional rcurview mirror, 'lho day-night, mirror,  bion bolted ply lire*., cigarcllo lighter und wat,  belt, ro!rat-torn, formerly tdumlord, aro Mill Avail-  fihlauHoptinnt-i.  And, you gel. much more Ihan you gel on ono  ��-f llMmn smaller euro.  A  longer                       r  whnellmj-c nnd n l-M��cr ride, Inner        /; ������'������.             ,'"T"-T  irnrlrr* lo help prevent nwt. Wider        /to\^-\iAr-X.i-fXlAr\J/  trend for greater Mobility. Hear      * -. '  Coup��,  ���**��� ' *����Va��U*Mai  windows Ibnl roll up nnd down. Avnilnbln with  ���Mix or V8 cngino with up to 300 hp. Room for five,  or nix big people. High rcf-nle value.  Ann an your Chevrolet, dealer can loll you, a  $185.00 prlco reduction in an Indication of hovr  nnxlouH ho jn to deal thew. dayn,  Nova ��� tbo car that'a already priced nmnller  than iln Him���in lower priced than before. Sb  romo in and place your order now.  Putting you first, koopn ub firnt.  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- adopted the semester system of study
this year, shows a very healthy honour
roll during the first term of the second
semester.
Students qualifying are "?is_ follows:
Division I: Dorian Gregory 2.7, Donna
Nelson 2.7, Denise Quarry 2.5, Elliott
Trueman 2.5.
Division VIII: Sheahan Bennie 2.7,
Ona Burnett 2.7, Cathy DeKleer 2.7, Wendy Gurney 2.7, Lygia Martinez 2.7, Margaret Gory 2.5, Shirley rioehne 2.3, Roland
Kerb's 2.3.
Division XVIV: Leslie Dixon 3.0, Judy
Newton 2.3.
Division XX: Judith Scott 2.3.
Division IV: Farnk Roberts 2.7, Frances Finlayson 2.5.
Division XI: Cliana Watson 2.5, Karen
Parsons 2.25.
Division XIII: Eleanor Swan 2.7, Lisa
Pedrini 2.3, 'Allen Schwabe 2.3.
Division XVIII: Eileen Sallis 2.7, Bet-
iy Topham 2.7, Dennise Dombroski 2.3,
Rosemarie Hoefsloot 2.3, Karen Spencer
2.3. ;.
HONOURABLE MENTION (2.0)
Division I: Susan Johnson.
Division IV: Bob Barnes.
Division VIII: Ginny Alsager, David
Bulger.
Division XVIII: Lori Montgomery,
Deborah Willis.
Division II: Pam Boyes.
Division V: Colleen Fuller.
Division XIII: Cheryl Guelph, Susanne
Jorgensen, Janice Mullen.
Division XIX: Tom Klotz, Colleen
Proctor.
Division XX: Cindi Pendergast.
Division XXIII: Alan Nickerson.
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Rally
Elphinstone .students will be looking-
for sponsors tliis week to help, raise
funds for the $1,000 trampoline which
the school wishes to purchase. Students are prepared to walk from
•Gibsons to Sechelt, rain or shine on
Sunday May 3rd and sponsors will
be asked to pledge so much per mile.
This will not be a race and everyone
who wishes is welcome to join the
walkers. Walk will commence at 1
p.m. at Elphinstone and end on Sechelt waterfront where volunteers
will have beach fires and hot dogs
awaiting for the hungry tramps.
Slogan is "We'll tramp for a tram-
boline May 3rd", also "If you believe
in equality of opportunity — prove
it at the polls May 7th". Emergency
Referendum No. 10 will be presented
on May 7th.
Si George's Day Tea
at St. Aidan's Church
BItlGHT Sunshine greeted the many
guests who came to the Parish Hall of
St. Aidan's Anglican Church, Roberts
Creek, last Friday, April 24th, on the occasion of theJ Annual St. George's Day
Tea, honouring St. George, the Patron
Saint of England.
A red rose bud, the emblem flower of
England, was pinned on the coat of each
guest as they entered and were welcomed
by Mrs? A. M. Harper, president of the
Anglican Church Women. ■■'-'
Mrs. atGhai'lea..?Me-CTj*fc, \ a member of
the United Chwc^ain Roberts'Creek, opened the tea with a few gracious words
expressing pleasure on behalf of all the
United Church Women, that occasions
such as this' chew the two churches together.
The hall was tastefully decorated with
red roses and on each tea table was a
posy cf Spring flowers and a small St.
George flag.
Mrs. R. dimming was in charge of the
tea arrangements, supported by Mesdames R. Bernard; R. C. Hicks; J. R. Marsh;
D, Marshall; G. C. Newman and L.
Thomas.
Home cooking was presided over by
Mesdames J. Matthews; G. Mould; and
W. H, Dodmnn. while Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Bengough handled the plant stall.
Mrs C. W. dough had n pretty assortment of cards and Mrs. J. W, H. Sear held
the receipts,
The door prize was won by Mrs. D.
Marshall,
This tea is always held on the Friday
nearest the dato of St. George's Day
which Is April 23.
At Pender Harbour
termed most realistic Ye*
PENDER Harbour taxpayers -always give
school board representatives an interesting meeting and last week was no exception when Referendum No. 10 and other
matters were discussed at a public meeting m Madeira Park School.
Despite the fact that the emergency
referendum has nothing to offer Pender
Harbour, facts given lay the school, board,
were well received. Mr. Bob Crichton who
is a member of the Family Division Committee commented that this is the most
realistic referendum ever presented.in the
district.
Mr. Bill Scoular who is alternate director for the area on the Sunshine Coast
Regional Board also.felt the referendum
would meet with approval as Sechelt
badly needed a new school and Elphinstone also required more room.
OFFICE LOCATION
Mr. Scoular asked why .the Board had
not advertised for school board office accomodation when he learned that a private party had offered ■ to biiild: office accomodation for the board in Gibsons. He
also asked if the board bad ever given
any consideration to .':moving, further
Nonth to a more central location. "There
is no reason why the aboard office should
be kept in Gibsons,, just because it was
there originally", he said.'
Chairman of the Board, Mrs. Shiela
Kitson said that it was also necessary to*'
consider the  maintenance shop and the
library;  "if we move one, we have to
move all three", she said. Commenting
on the move made necessary by termina-
ition of the lease in the B.C. Telephone
Building, Mrs. Kitson said it is more
than likely the board will return to its
old quarters in the Lang block.
Considering that the Lang block had
been inadequate, when the Board .previously occupied it, Mr. Crichton felt the
Board should advertise its need and Public Relations Chaii-man Bernard Mulligan admitted the Board made, a mistake
and should have advertised.
HIGH SCHOOL
Giving Pender Harbour residents assurance, Mrs. Kitson said, "Although we
live in Gibsons ,we do worry about students here". At which time Mr. Scoular
. reminded the Board that Pender Harbour
residents had worked hard to get a high
school there and intended to keep it." If
you build a Jr. Sr. High School at Sechelt
we would lose our high school, he said.
""-.-.■■ Trustee Bill Malcolm maintained that
the only place for a Senior High School
is Sechelt.
Principal of Pender Harbour Secondary School, Mr. Don Skelton commented
oh the fact that four Pender Harbour
students are attending grade 12 in Vancouver this year and we may see more
of this.-It is not such a big jump to uni-
versity from grade 12 in Vancouver.;'.
• Being a small, school,, only a limited
•number bf "courses are offered at Pender
Harbour. Mr. Crichton felt that this is
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not necessarily a drawback as one student
frcm. Egmont is now a professor at UBC.
Mn Skelton said he would have liked
to see (the automotive shop built at Pender Harbour High School but it could not
be considered as an emergency.
MAINTENANCE
Commenting on remarks made by the
Chairman that maintenance is required at
both Elphinstone and Pender Harbour
Secondary schools where the roofs are
leaking, District Superintendent, Mr. R.
R. Hanna said the District is still spending more than the government allows us
too.
Giving some facts about the district,
Mr. Hanna said the pupil-teacher ratio^ is
favourable; supplies and equipment ace
good and this district spends $150 per
pupil more than the provincial average.
In spite of that the mill rate is down this
year by 3.2 mills.
There may be some suffering in the
area of repair and maintenance but the
district is doing well for the pupils.
PORTABLES
Mr. Hanna also gave some interesting
figures on the cost -of portable classrooms
over the past four years which amounted
to $97,483. As these rentals come under
operating costs of the school district, the
district paid 90 per cent or $87,735 and
the provincial government paid the remaining ten per cent or $9,748.
Under capital building costs the provincial government pays at the very least.
50 per cent. -.
Construction of thenew classrooms at
Sechelt will allow the board 'to! dispense
with many of the costly portables.
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A spaall group of volunteer aides has car-'  ried on faithfuUy-througout Uje year and  their assistance is much appreciated.  ,' A fine sample of the talent to be  found m the school was presented. Mr.  Cooper'^mentioned "that it had not been  possible for/all the children to take part  in, this concert.  ;, Miss C. Johnson directed a group of  ���grade 2 pupils in the singing of two folk  sprigs. The boys arid girls were well trained 'arid']it.was a pleasure to ,hear their  clearenurifciatidn.  ��� / Grade Ji pupils had prepared a play- a-  boiit how' the" Arabian Nights tales began;:/;. Ihe' play- entitled '"Scheherazade"  was:so named after the queen who inven-  t^'-th'estories to save Herself from being  Hehead^.vThe'd^ or so characters in  taHe';^lay perforfned very well; costumes  were* good arid the set a most skillful ar-  farigemeirt- of ���grade* 7' art ire Eastern  tiieriie.':'-'. ���:  '_     / ���  -I /Jtvlr. - M. ' Campbell' conducted three  bjand" Kumb-Srs, Jacob.'s Ladder; The Gold'  & Silver-Waltz and the Brownies March.  Music varied in tempo, tone and volume  jjnd-the last number had many of the au-  dience rtoe*tapping. .  j A large group of Grade 4's under the  direction of' Mrs. Dattl received an ova-  tip^ -for -their singing in "Spinning  Whieel", a well chosen piece for their  Sweet .young voices. As the spinning  wheel ori the stage whirled, the story was  sung of the maid and the lover.  : : The words of Hush Little Baby were  rendered .with clarity and charm.  ! The third song "Both Sides Now" was  j-jmusing with its pauses which had the  audience clapping, thinking the piece was  over, only to find that the singers (who  iviite also obviously enjoying the number) continued again. This was followed  by a catchy* song, "I Love My Shirt".  : Kathy "Whiting, Shelley Benson and  Reriee Robertson presented three dance  ���routines set to the following, "Mr. Moonshine Maii"; "Lucille" and "Corrento".  Their, lithe and graceful performance  showed considerable skill and the varying stage 'lighting effects gave added color ahd interest. -: ������  , .The School Safety Patrol demonstrated how they operate at the school cross--  ���w<UJi'using ?the hew equipment provided  by, the Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club.  Patrol operates in the morning before  school arid in the afternoon when* school  is over but not in the noon hour. Watch  for (the yellow Hats; blaze-orange belts  jind red and-white STOP paddles.  - Mrs. Eartc's "grade 5 girls gave a demonstration of rythmic hoopswingihg  which was most impressive with the  girls dressed in white blouses and dark  S,horts .deftly wielding the decorated  hoops in colorful patterns.  The fine tradition of thc Gibsons Elementary School Choir has been ably continued by Mrs. M. Crawford who led the  boys and girls in a delightful medley of  songs which included ��� Happiness; My  Country is my Cathedral; Tooma; Where  Have All thc Flowers Gone and Be Kind.  Door prizes were awarded from time  to time during the evening as lucky  numbers were called out. The program  was altogether n crcditnble performance���  congratulations to all!  HERE AND THERE  Mr, and Mrs.'^'V. A. Jones 'have returned from a wonderful 3 week vacation.  They travelled by plane from Seattle to  Tokyo then took ���the* very modern Bullet  Train (which attains a t-pc-ed of 125 mil-..*,  per hour) to Onka where they spent two  days nt Expo. Thoy report tho B,C. Pav-  llllon Its very Impressive and thc Canadian one lovely to, While in Hong Kong  Mr. and Mr*.. Jones Were interested t->  see tl.eilt.rge Orthopedic Hospital for Chinese children. Tnl Pol arid Okinawa wm*  visited, On their homeward Journey tiny  enjoyed u stop-over In Honolulu.  Arnold John Wiren, son of Mr. nnd  Mm. Wiljo Wiren has received word thnt  ho hti.i been accepted into medical* school  at Sa.slcntoon where he will .study to become n veterinary surgeon. Arnold plnivs  to work in Vancouver for the summer after which he and his wife will move to  Saskatchewan.  Mr. and Mrs. Huxley Marshall visited  their son and daughter in law Pastor and  Mrs. Brent Marshall and family in Edmonton.  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Oliver and family visited relatives and friends in Trail  and Rossland.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crowhurst  was their daughter Carol Young and husband from town. Mrs. Young has interesting employment with the Vancouver  Park Board.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Youd-  ell were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Woolner and  family from Langley and Mr. and Mrs.  Youdell Sr. from Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Len Wray observed their  wedding anniversary last week. On the  same day, Mrs. Wray's parents Who live  at Qualicum celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary.  Mrs. Harry Smith with friends from  Vancouver, hsd a very enjoyable week  vacation in Hawaii.  Glad to set? Mr. Vic" Metcalfe out and  around after quite a time in Hospital.  Dan Brackett was a visitor to Whal-  ley where he was a guest of Jim Tutyko.  Mrs. Elsie Green from New Westmin-  ster called on her uncle Alex Bruce while"  visiting other relatives here recently.  ���Mrs. M. Cooper has returned from a  visit 'to Seattle.'  Mr. and Mrs. Matthew tHollowink  Creston/-visited relatives' here for ; several  days. They enjoyed .fishing, digging  darns and gathering oysters: '  Bob and Jackie Burnett and Dwayne  from Ladner were guests of relatives  here.  Alex Bruce was among those who attended the Scottish White Heather concert in-Vancouver.  fyiyv* "f *7*^^s��*-*-*  *"���  Page A-S  Tho Peninsula Times Wednesday, April 29, 1970  ������fe'M-FM-'m.S.W^  /. -��� - --��� ���.*���*-���**,..<;  \ /      '        '- n     '-;   '  l  ('     l     a  ���*sr-.  %um  *%&*  ;S.  "V^Miis*'*^ ' *"  l\  New Residents  Rev. Dennis Popple, his wife Anna   Peninsula,  and daughter Helen   will   soon be  taking up residence in Sechelt. Rev.  Popple succeeds Rev. Barry Jenks  as Anglican Vicar serving the Sechelt  Young family paid a  fleeting visit' to Sechelt last week  before leaving for a short holiday in  England.  V  i^applYe^epafeep  *���  m DISPLAY  Friday and Saturday, Elflay 1 and 2, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  6401 iiingsway, Burnaby  InSSWilBCSmWtSnBiHIMWttWtS^^  ukL  AtaiiiUatM^tofcMia^  SECHELT THEATRE  ���    PRESENTS   ���  STARRING:  Gcorgo Pcppard, Jean Scl>crf).  COLOR ond CARTOON  (ADULT)  Storta 6 p.m. 0u�� 10 p.m.  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY,  Moy lit, 2n-J ond 4th  Next Week:  Seven Guns for the  MacGrogors  PWMItfM'Mft.*'"*''^^  Coming Soon;  The Devil's Eight  Tho Devil's Own  (MMnlgM Show)  Goodbye Columbus  (Re.trictcd)  Before Winter Comes  I.  i.  i * * * * % ���"  i <^H,kft���� m -s ^H ���*��.-���������   ������ *"->  h.J-ta.   A   rf-**.   -��    a**"-**    ��-*-   f*-**-*- -*fc��*     *     **���**      ���**��^,*����-��.a��*����l  �� d* -a* j��v.<�� ��-**^ ��**���*-���    �����*.!-��� ,        ��  **  '2&2Q5r3QZ^^ *V't'i"AV*i.V'..V^V/"a''-^ '  :!  --'���t -������  -'   a,  "     '.^  NINSULA  Popular English stars color Gibsons movie  Section B  Wednesday, April 29, 1970  Pages 1-6  "w ^  ���'^ jSS-  ;7aj ^i$~��  >"�� * ��� *v��i* v*'0^  V:s>  *fc W*i--        -B*  TANKS and flame throwers used in  grouse shoot!? Twilight Theatre, Gibsons is showing "The Magic Christian"  this week.- Peter Sellars and Ringo Stan-  teamed up to star in this rather anti-establishment movie which is guaranteed to  hit your mind with a resounding 'thud'.  So for all those people who have seen it  or have heard about it, or even those who  haven't heard about it. or seen it, this  show is definitely a must.  Starting on Sunday, "Hellfighters.",  starring recent Academy Award winner,  John Wayne, who appraised this movie  as the most "exciting" of all the action  films in which he has appeareG; and his-  co-star is Katherine Ross, whose performance in "The Graduate" won her an  Academy Award nomination. "���  Mainly photographed on locations in  the oil fields of Texas and Wyoming, this  is the thrilling story of the highly specialized professionals who put out roaring  oil well fires anywhere in the world under the constant threat of death which  becomes a major concern to the women  who love them.  Sooner or later nearly everybody has  an emotional problem of some kind.  Will the real  'Magic Christian"  please stand.  -'   th     "  74 , .-    * - - ���&<>,  A 'A A  rvtV' ->-*7'  |'f  A\a    \A  Bed-time  suggested as project  CENTENNIAL meeting was held April 22,  Contentment  Just like a little teddy bear, three  months old baby black bear, "Sugar"  tucks into her lunch provided by her  "foster mother" Mrs. Bonnie Nelson  who has reared the^ cub, orphaned  Little'black bear is well used to children for she plays with six year old  Ken Nelson and his sister Selina but  just like all little babies she soon  gets sleepy and looks;a little grumpy  as Ken holds her up to show her  "      % **.>     r/<       ( ,A       , * aj te[\l ^/Vd'Aa-     "��  ...,.   4fjf    f-A���> a   A   -i.('7f<r \M\V4tQ  1  $fVA < A AAA* A^r   u\}*hh\  chubby'little body; Raising a little  bear is a full time job and little  "Sugar" with her glossy coat and  bright yellow bow is a credit to Mrs.  Bonnie Nelson who lives at Wilson  Creek on Field Road.  ���*.'�����   **V-*L*  1970 in the Gibsons Village Council ' when her mother had to be destroyed  y  i\a\%/^  V'"* a \l  J  pa.  tw j" -.' 'uwsasiifCi f-**4-"*-*' --��i  / -���  r^*w  Vi   ' *5ter?a-r���* aw  i V,X' ��� a.  *, \  ���,��&*   ".jf,.  '' !**��*:,., ^^  .FtafF-yF.    ^  .-r: ??���'�����.��:  /I  ���a,. 1  ��)  J  fW*���".   -'!����. <i **���  \; *l^^sw,       ���    ��� ��� '���"v"*^  j^uSlk ^<a '���''u'mii.i k���  Chambers with 9 members present.  Report of the recommendations of the  Ways and Means Committee who were  to choose a Project was given by the  chairman Ross Gibson. -The recommendation was to make the Gibson Project the  Revamping of the Gibson graves and the  Park, in Gibsons Centre. This was unanimously  accepted  by  the  Committee.  A plan that was drawn up showing  a suggested layout of the Park and Grave  Markers was also shown and accepted  in General. The plan shows rock walls  and many strategically placed shrubs  and trees which will make the centre  of Gibsons a real Show Place.  The Ways & Means Committee also  suggested that the Park be named  Pioneer Park, which was unanimously  accepted by the Committee.  There will be a letter going to Council to ask for a matching grant of money  for the Project and a budget was.drawn  up and passed thus:  ''i&boME,'^; :":*'"' '.    ''""���' '      " '"  Government grant     $1750  Matching Village grant     $1750  when a felled tree disturbed her den  at the head of Jervis Inlet. Bonnie's  husband Ken brought the little baby  home and after much sacrifice,  patience and lots of love, the little  bear is now the pretties, chubbiest  little bear it is possible to find.  "feterSellers  &GRingoStarr  in  ^Wefiagic  Qvistiajf'  IN COLOR ��� STARRING PETER SELLERS AND RINGO STARR  4 INSANE DAYS - WED., THUR., FRI., SAT., APRIL 29, 30 AND MAY 1 and 2, AT 8 P.M.  ��� IUI HJB   u^l IN)  A       \  ** *a,"ft    *  .    . 7^:/AfZ  ���   ' -"'���'. t/r.''i  *      '    L   ,     t      V*i  r?f 3 , -, ������    _ t v  J0HHWAYN  ff  IN COLOR ��� STARRING JOHN WAYNE AND KATHARINE ROSS  SUN., May 3 AT 7:00 P.M. AND MON. AND TUE., MAY 4 AND 5 AT 8:00 P.M.  mum  $3500  DISBURSEMENTS ���  Project  costs    $2500  Celebrations  $ 500  Administration etc  $ 100  Contingencies    $ 400  rz  v>  ���o  $3500  Boar Hug  Now the baby of the family, cuddly of her own; when she becomes too  little black bear gives four year old big for Mrs. Nelson lo manage, and  Selina Nelson a great big kiss as that will be a sad clay for the family,  she enjoys  playtime  which  always the  children's zoo at Stanley Park  follows her meals. Now three months have offered to take her.  old Uie female cub has a strong will  It was agreed that the project would  be administered by the Village and there  would be a Biulding & Project Committee. The Committee members are:  Mr. Ross Gibsons ��� Mr, Ken Goddard  ��� Mrs. Karen Archer ��� Mrs. K. Morrison.  Next meeting to be in May.  MLA meets the public  in Sechelt and Gibsons  AS AN individual, if you have any problems regarding Provincial uffairs of  any nature, you will bo able lo discu*.s  them. In private with the Honoaurnbl.*  Isabel Dawson, Minister Without Port,  folio, who will be at:  Secholt ��� Thursday, April 30th -- at tin*  Court House,  Gibsons ��� Friday, May 1st -- at the  Court Room In Municipal Hall,  Mrs, Dawson will he available from  10;00 a,m, to 12 noon and from 1:00 p.m.  to 5:00 p.m. No appointments are ni'c-  essury ��� just drop in nt your convenience.  *- sy.KvW^X'  I *f -J* ���>      A *  AvA"  ��� -:. * .  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Back row: Wani Ranniger;  Jo-Anne   Laird; / Kelly   Cryderman  and Jannette Swanson. --���  .OTMBTOiy  BLOUSES * CARDIGANS * LOVELY LINGERIE    by Kaiser.  COSTUME JEWELLERY AND SCARPS.  at  Phone 885-2002 Sechefr  "LADIES' WEAR IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS"'  isai!  1st Gibsons Scouts  , F       ..  on antl-Iiiier siint  IjAlut.U^.ai^alaJUatJ^^. .....if..  f- , -.....,  a. .1,".., niNFim   *n i,.r  ������    ���- <ll>���.aaa-^lttJUj. .wIfM,....,...,... JlA %,.,.. | ,AJ  WISHING  to  kill   two  stags  with  one *  stone, the 1st Gibsons Scout Troop's  Stag Patrol, under Patrol Leader Melvin  Gokool, embarked on a dual purpose  program during a recent meeting held  at Gower Point. In so doing they satisfied  two requirements: A visit to an historical  ;*, site, and participation in a community  project.  Their objective was met when the  patrol visited the Gower Point cairn  marking the June, 1792 encampment of  Captain George Vancouver during a  detailed ocean survey of the Pacific North *>  )FICf F@ FH8I0O  4 1st Gibsons  It was   farewell   to   Brownies   for ing their silver   wings from   God- formed 3rd Gibsons Guide Company.    West following his return from Hawaii  Charlene  White;   Stephanie  Gibson mother Mrs. Jean Davidson before Charlene also qualified for enroll-       Just whv the captain chose this par  and Kathy Forsyth pictured receiv- flying up to Guides to join the newly ment into Guides the same evening.  aFVF-'F^"'P-T'|a.  "' *   t7  I     1       ' -,"  t  'a\.  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To skunk the Stags, Eagle Two (Glenn  Beaudry) later supplied additional information: That although the captain  gave no indication as to whom he had  in mind at the time, one authority suggests he was probably thinking of Admiral Sir Erasmus Gower who was celebrating his 50th birthday in that same  year  Following the visit; the Stag Patrol  then launched a fearless attack against  the aiea. capturing 22 buckets of trash  with no known casualties to their own  side  We have a large stock of on>off and highway ii^ad.  825x20 RK B __$7@.2S  S-00 k 2�� (SEC SS _^��_$aO0.SO UK 3 __$ 93.43  900x2�� Twin Grip $ 47.M & Casing charge.  1000x2�� ��K 56 $113.85 RK*8'- $I12.����-  1000x22 GBC 56 $119.79 Power Fins $1*^3.15  Come in and TALK A DEAL Monday thru Saturdays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Highway, Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ���< Phone 886-2700  Eiyi W'��ijjgi|-^i-^yj���-��ij��i'i��i'y^  *����*w>��w����.mm..iiM.m��M��ii.ijMMiw��iiMm����.u����iwmi  I"     ���  *-       S  ' ��� \     f  1; ")J  A  .'^-  ���*\  A-  //                    >     '    .   ,            "V             -(''-. -<     '.)   /**/   - *.f        r,   ���          ;*.  .              >                       I         ^���at'**'F'��F*-Wj_          S     S, ^IJF*       J    %   I          f.      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Ervin Benner,, Vince  Bracewell, Don Caldwell, Alex Chistian, Loyd Davis,  John DeKleer, Norman Franklin, Jack Gooldrup,  Humm Const., Ed Lowe, Bob Maikawa, Bill McGivern,  Don McLeod, Jack Morgan, Jack Nelson, Hugo  Seaholm, Wally Peterson, Rusty Plows, Gerald Smith,  Roy Taylor.  Our customers during our 16 years on the Peninsula  for brick, block and stone work.  suit toisi prouas CO. Lil  A SIMPKINS  Box 517, Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2132  K  ffiffikf'f^^^  2nd Gibsons  Godmother of Gibsons 2nd Brownie    impressive ceremony   held   in Gib- Linda   Laing;    Rebecca McKinnon;  Pack Mrs. Shirley Daugherty makes    sons when, three Brownie packs and Rhonda   Cooper;   Carol Dausherty.  sure that silver wings are snugly in    three Guide companies gathered for Back row:   Lorna   Boyd;   Michelle  place to take seven Brownies into tho    the Fly-Up and enrollment ceremony. Phillips and Linda Biggeman.  world of Guides at last week's very    Brownies in the front are from left:  mm ^mmssm [p/socinra ttdep  WALT fWGHEM  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  i DEALER   in   GIBSONS  On tho Wharf . 806-9303  <  Quality   Hou.0  and  f/arlno  ; Paint.  PEtNIHSULA  PLUtnOSHG LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kcm Tono  and Shorwln Williams]  Gibsons - 806-9533  pmm***m0m*m0**mmmmmm0wmiwmwm0W*mn*  iorgan s  Men's Wear  G.W.G.  Work Clothoi  Work Glovcfl  SECHELT, B.C.  TIM1E FUN OF FURNITURE -HEFINISIrilNG  (Part Z)  If you aro antiquing, and this I& by far tho moit popular of tho  roflnir.hos, try those 5uoa-.ill0f"- when applylnn tho toner.  Uso a stiff brlstlo brush���an old toothbrush Is fine���ond dip lho  hrlufci inlo tho tonor. Thon "sprino" tho brush with your flnfjor to throw  o flno spray of tonor ovor the undercooling. On flat M.rfnco-. such as* table  top*, loavo tho center llnht and orodually deepen tho color from tho centot*  outward, Or with mo!dlna. ond carving**, you can work tonor Into crevlco*  with a imall antiquing bru,h. After letting It set, wipe off tho raised  portion*, Thl�� simulates tho beautiful highlights found on fine antique*!  For a truo test of your creativity, try decoupaglng. In theso kits everything is Included, ���xcept tho art material which can bo found In books,  posters, mapoi*lnes, greeting card* and modern print*. All you havo to do  Is keep your cyos open for a design thot -suit!*, you, ond fits Ihe ab'ocr you're  working on.  Onco you'vo r.ctected tho proper plcturo, It mint bo carefully cut-out  ond glued to tho clean, dry surfoco.  When lho gluo  bos dried,  begin to  vnrnlih, In decoupaglng this step r-*<|ulre*i several floys to complete but only  minutes of actual work, With tho additional coat* of varnish your handl- ',  work comes allvo and'tokos on on omojrlng throe-dlnu'mjpnol off.*ct, How j  many coots of varnKh should be applied? Never Im*. than 20,  ond many !  profo.slonak l.ovu,ap|.liud of. many as B0 c6als. ]  i  After oil your work, don't  ruin  tho effect with  air bubbles In tho \  vornhh. Never Mir varnish! When you land tho brush, do nor drag the ;  brhtlet across the rim of (he con, This causes tiny air bubble* lo form under '  the,-llps of the bristles, Vornlsh should be *'flow��d on," working from on |  unfinitHtd lo a fInithW- oreo, Ga*'ih,no bock ond forth mokoa It stringy o~*-d !  may cant* ��mall bubble* to form. ;  One* you've trl��d any ono of tho reflninhlng kit*,  you will find you !  have on Instlncf and ��klll tbr ortlstlo criiotlon you n*#v��# know wditedl        !  "Times   AdBriofs"*  are  MIGHTY MIDGETS  JXVKi CREEIi  LUfHiiBEit &  BUlLDlt^Q  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monamel & Drccze *  Palnls  Sunshine Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phono 886-2808  ���a**^-W(**a***^****lW^ ltVVl?#\n>Hlt4V*-S       ^t.MfU-Ja.^^VXOri^VMt,  mvM  ��  Gibsons ��� Phono 886-2337  ymfmmimmmrmimwmmmm n �� �� n m a n ����Q  SAVING MONEY. IS SIMPLE, Tho  difficult port in fjotlina started on n  savinna plnn thnt Buitu your npocinl  noetls. So, you'll bo hnppy to honr  thnt tho Roynl Bnnk hns mnny dlf-  foront wnya to novo, And ono la  almost cortnln to not you stnrtod.  Tnko tho first ntop toward suecoss-  ful r.nvinn. Stop in nomotlmo noon  nnd find out how wo cnn flivo your  nnvlnga prorjrnmmo n gontlo ahovo  In tho right direction.  'e like to look after yoy  r u I"! dHW. saw     r-^   a   tk i fi .#-   tflsa  ait the  YOUR LOCAL BRANCH IS LOCATED  ON THE SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS  Phono 886-2337 '^aujH^ttiV***&W*m&WH44*a4&a.^'*lito^fraW*l0*a*&i*(*lfhi0  I  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  WELCOME Beach Hall Shuffleboard  Tournament wound up a happy and  successful season last weeK with a coliee  party at the'Patio Gardens which was attended by all ten teams competing.in the  tournament.  Keith Comyn, president of the Welcome . Beach Community Association  awarded the.prizes, 1st prize going to the  team of Jack Morgan and Ralph Lynds,  with Astrid and Anton Kadin as runner-  ups. The novices' prize went to Jean  and Blackie Petit and consolation prizes  were awarded to Khona and Jim Cooper  and Joyce and Jerry Williams.  A vote of thanks was given to Jack  Hall for-his hard work and untiring efforts in organizing the shuffleboard  tournaments.  Delicious refreshments of sandwiches  and pastries Were served by that famous  Patio Gardens team of Joan Cunningham  ahd Ena Armstrong.  CHILDREN'S NIGHT  Children's Night at the Welcome  Beach Hall last Saturday saw a wonderful display of decorated hats of all types,  periods and styles. There were hats decorated with flowers and ribbons, magicians hats and hats reminiscent of medieval days. In fact so much work and  griginality* had gone into the making, of  the entries, that judging proved a difficult  task for Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Duff.  Prizes were awarded to Mary Connor  for a stove-pipe hat decorated with  flowers and greenery and to Ray Cameron for a graduate hat. Refreshments,  served by Claudia Riley, Leina Fraser  and Sheila Murphy were Quickly disposed of and the evening finished with  games and dancing.  LADIES' AUXILIARY  On Tuesday. April 21, at a meeting  at the home, of Mrs. Hugh Duff at Welcome Beach, a Ladies' Auxiliary to the  Welcome Beach Community Association  was formed. It was agreed to wind up  the affairs of the Redwell Ladies' Guild  and hand over the balance of their funds  to the new Auxiliary.  Officers elected were; president, Mrs.  Hugh Duff, vice-president, Mrs. M. Tinkley, sec.-treas. Mrs. Wm. Fraser. The  meeting then proceeded to make arrangements for the Country Fair to be held  at Cooper's Green, Redrooffs on August 1st.  FILM  NIGHT  Welcome Beach Hall wound up its  season with a. very fine program last  Thursday. Three films on B.C. were  loaned by .courtesy of B.C. Hydro and  the projectionist wi.s_Hugh Duff who has  done a wofiderful job of planning and  running thrf shows throughout the winter  in spite Oi set-back -with "the National  Film BoauM program originally planned.  Franl#Jorgensen showed. some excellent movies of the Pender Harbour  whales* shy and sulky just after their  captureVmd accepting food and caresses  from thKjiands of their trainers ju-.t  ���a .few days  Mr. Jorgensen must have got up particularly early one morning, for'at 5 a.m.  he was at Pender Harbour photographing  the transporting of the largest whale  which had been sold to a the San Diego  Marineland. He also showed "some fine  movies of the loggers' sports day at the  P.N.E. and scenic pictures of his hunting  trip with Chris Smith of Sechelt in the  Telegraph Creek area last Fall. He was  given a hearty vote of thanks and a  warm ovation for such a magnificent  show.  VISITING  Canon and Mrs. Alan Greene have  returned from a holiday on Vancouver  Island where they visited many old  friends, They checked in on the Jenks  family and found them settled happily  at Departure Bay, Rev, Barry Jenks was  delighted to find his new parish has an  average of 80 communities and n thriving Sunday School of 100 children and  12 teachers.  The Greene's also visited Mr. Allen  Andrews, a former warden of St, Bartholomew's Church, Gibsons, who is living  in Nnnnimo and hus completely recovered  his sight.  Mr, and Mrs, John Simeon were two  other old friends on whom they called!  They were both well and wished to be  remembered to all their old friends on  the Sunshine  Cou.st.  Canon and Mrs, Greene nlso visited  Victoria and saw Miss Margaret Duff,  formerly of Kitimat and now living In  nn apartment in Victoria, Miss Duff is  well-known among the Business and Pro-  fcKtilonul Women of this area and has  also been �� frequent guest nt the Greene  home,  SUMMER  ACTIVITIES  Summer homes are gradually being  opened up and there have been some  happy  reunion.. ���.*.  families get  together  ������by Mary Tinkley  to discuss thc past winter and plan next  summer's  activities.  At Vaucroft Beach recently, when a  number ^of cottages were being opened  up, Mrs. Peter Kane ,ente"rtained at the  coffee hour. Her guests were Mrs. Frank  Richards of Middle -Point. Mrs.. Wyn.  Holtz, Mrs. Dave Harder, Mrs. Ted Sheffield and Mrs. Webb Bird, all of Vancouver.  The new resident at- the home .of Al  and Barbara Laakso has been named  Tracy Jean Laakso.  Last Friday turned" out to- be a surprising day for Ross Manton who was  in his place at school as usual when the  9 o'clock bell rang. During the morning  he became ill and was rushed to the  doctor. By 8 p.m. that "same evening,  Ross was undergoing an appendectomy.  Guests of Mrs. Leta Hanney last  weekend were her son and daughter-in-  law, Byron and Lqrrill.Hanney of Burnaby, her . grandsons Gary- "and Grant  Hanney and her great-grandson Allan.  Byron, assisted by Gary and Grarit, spent  some time at the home of his mother-in-  law, Mrs. Ross Conquest helping her to  get settled in her home in the Bay. Grant  has now returned' to" Prince George with  his' family.     .  7^  Bioko C. Aldorson D.C.  CHtHOraACTOH  Pott Office Oulldlnn Socticlt  Phono 003.2533  Res. 006.2321  Tue.doy to Friday 10:30 o.m. to 3:30 p,i  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  ���jMmm��mmmmmmmmimmmmMmimmm>0m��s^mm��'g^<9��.  OfiCE  Doctor of Optomotry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will bo In Sachet!  .ond-ay. May 11  For an oppolntm-enf* for  oyo oKaminollon phono  835-2818  Wilson Creek family  suffers loss of son  THE SUNSHINE Coast lost one  of  its  most ardent admirers on April 19th,  1970 when Victor J. Black died in Burlin-  game,  California. . _  Mr. Black whose summer visit to the*  area was prolonged last year due to illness, was the eldest son. of Mr. and Mrs.  Ed. Black of Wilson Creek,1 formerly of  West Vancouver. He received his schooling in West Vancouver, and during the  war was-a Fit. Lt. in the R.C.A.F. and a  coastal command pilot. He later attendsd  U.B.C. where he graduated in commerce.  He was vice-president of Laurentide  Finance of California.  ' Mr. Black was a member of A.F. and  A.M. number 150, Burnaby Lodge.  He is survived by his wife' Minerva;  four sons, Edward, Billy and Kenneth  of Vancouver and Cameron at home, a  brother David of Vancouver and two  sisters Evelyne Black of Vancouver and  -4stti^le-eTrtiTfflt"^r_Seame.  Funeral service was held on April  24th in West Vancouver, interment Ca-  pilano View Cemetery. ���  IjW^iyWfri^l^BM^^  Boy to mother: '"I'm home early because the teaching machine  broke down  and the teacher couldn't remember anything."         ��� ���".;  _____���___ ___   The Peninsula Times       '   Page B-3  Wednesday. April 29, 1970  Gibsons OAPO meeting  gains good attendane  REGULAR monthly meeting of the Gibsons O.A.P. Organization was held In  ; the Health Center Hall. Gibsons, Monday,  April 20th with a good attendance. Each  meeting new members are welcomed and  our attendance Ls steadily growing. Everyone is welcome to join and enjoy pleasant companionships."  After the meeting adjourned the members were entertained by a group of  young girls, pupils pf Mrs. Dianne .Laird.  They carried out several pretty Scottish  dances and the Mexican Hat Dance. A  very hearty vote of thanks was given to  Mrs. Laird and'her charming little dancers.  The  Organization  would  like  to  ex-  . tend grateful thanks to all who attended  the Spring Tea on April 10th. The general public are always welcome at these  affairs and your support is much appreciated.  The visiting committee would appreciate contact if any pensioners are in need  of this service. Committee: Mr. E. Davies  Phona 886-2984; Mrs. M. Swan phone 886-  2072; Mrs. D. Drummbnd phone 886-7442  :     |jll>l<.��,���l-������������    .,���,__���.-..���,^..y���..  ^��;iFiii,j^.w.)Wiy^i.,,..imit.iiiivi..^iiijUi.i,uq,M.wi ."I nij^uiiiiji,.,.). �����       ) i��h>���>..i.i|uiih MM.aHJij��u,.iiiwii���.ii.,im II f.iiul-hi ,j<..,.ij .wmjM.aWiJj  ^F-.i.r,-.m   fl'-IIF-.r,,   t^F--... ,a.| ..-    I   V..iF.-i-,<W a,,-,--'.,, jfc,J-,a,'-r.,.,,   ���  .|..*1 _ ,. ..AW .--.aArf. ,.... ^^.(s,. ,.fa,.���., J..lj , aa^l���.art....  1',1^'f j*..... fw;,���  TtT "l (H ^mssaKUKBSBASKBiStiet.  THE ULTIMATE IN BEAUTY AND CONSTRUCTION.  NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA FROM  �����W 1141111 SMI  -at  FOR INFORMATION  CONTACT DOUG CEPERLEY  at       .       '.. u  13492 KING GEORGE HIGHWAY,  SURREY, BC.  OR PHONE COLLECT        a  588-4404  -a  raBBs**a-CT.gfe^^^  raj  I ^AJ  ^  ^  "alX  v-;..A-iv-'A:     t A   ��   i?*-*r*Zf  **~\   ��     1-V-w  ,.     A1- .-'    -    A  -A     A;  9      -   ,-J   ?-.  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So you can  build your hand, trade cards with friends, turn'a pair into a  "Full House'-antf win prizes of$1, $5, $25, $50, $100 and  $1000 cashl Get a pack of new Sweet Cap filters today  (regular or kings) or plain-end regulars, and join the fun.  (You'll also be dealing yourself a real sweet smoke.)  Every pack haa full Inslructlona for piny.  (In order to win you must qualify undor lho ruloo on lho otQaroHo pneknno.)  Every pack has two poker cards and a coupon to save for a print of a famous painting.  ^��ai  \   }jv* . /  y<*  i   t    I   ,  11^ ? fi\  T  I  !/  v--". .>  r-K"**   $  ���'���a" ^ ^^"if^'^^  ,i!��f'.-.ru*v,.  r**  "I  t  *  ;  *  .  i  ���i  !!  i  ��� -...J  r,^  *****��**&, ^  feui ra��ic pi  (i^\A^/ -tfif' ((       ��T/A'^l  1  ,*l  ��mmmmmmmmmm^BSi A*. *!���"-;'A'.   -.*   **f-"\'?.\'*!!<? ^itr', .*A><"'-*>..',���*, f^v-'iV^C; - 'f A ���* *���**.-��� A' "!"* . '.A' , ' *v*": /"A*' *-*������_; V*   *-*���*" M -* JKf? \l > /"A,**"3' ���l*f~-"��V/.fA-'A'  >*--"-:  ���vRRvmHEaaMsaoQai  The Peninsula^^��&  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to (ail to say what 1 believe to be right.'  ���John Atkin  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher   ������~���"������������ ���������������-~���������-aa_-F.���������������'����� ....I.I1.IM..'  , Migla: ������& fi��i�� leg��   g��i��wl(B��  MAILING conditions of late have by  no means improved, indeed, from  our own personal experience it would  seem the contrary would be nearer the  truth. Packages of books arrive in shocking condition, plastic name-tag containers, shipped in padded envelopes arrive  broken, to name a few. This, we would  Post Office. Our rural postal service  was too costly, according to Mr. Kierans  and so he closed down hundreds of rural  post offices and decreased postal service  to rural Canadians.  "In fact, for a time, Mr. Kierans  placed an embargo on the extension of  urban postal service to newly developed  hasten to point out, is in no way to be    urban areas of the country  .  . :���.���"���_��� j .-   _   -f t i  ��_'a.!i:��:  .��t��   .u~   _..i~   -t**   -��� ������!  taken as condemnation of local facilities  for our own Post Offices, provide excellent service.  Trouble would therefore appear to  eminate from outside sources and,  certainly, wc are not alone in registering  protest. Thc matter was taken up recently by Mr. Heath Macquarrie, M.P.  who in C.B.C. broadcast stated;  "Before the railroad had come to  Ihe Alriericiin^AVest; ihe Tamous pony  express carried the mails to the California Coast. In those days, a parcel from  St. Joseph's. Missouri, took eight days  to reach Sacramento.  "Today, in Canada, things have  changed. Today, the train from Ottawa  to Vancouver takes 2-Vfe days. Strangely  enough, though, a parcel mailed in  Ottawa won't reach the coast of British  Columbia for 10 days.  "Is this an example of thc modernized Post Office which Mr. Kierans, thc  Postmaster General is'creating?  "When Mr. Kierans was appointed  Postmaster General, he looked at thc  Post Office and saw administrative and  financial inefficiency. He then, quite  properly, decided that major changes  were needed. No one can or did dispute  his goal of a modern and efficient Post  Office.  "Unfortunately, the key to Mr.  Kierans' idea of efficiency in the Post  Office is to cut out postal service. Mr.  Kierans did not attempt to bring about  efficiency while maintaining the level of  postal service. No, no. He simply cut  down the service.  "Wc used to have six-day delivery  for 5 cents, but now Mr. Kierans gives  us five-day delivery for six cents.  "As a direct result of this decrease  in service at an increased cost, the movement of your mail is slower and less  efficient ��� you now have to mail .a  letter on Wednesday to make surc�� it  reaches its destination by Monday ���  that's five days.  "Mr. Kierans has also decided that  Canadians who live in thc rural areas  of the country' should be subjected to  even  greater   inconvenience   from  the  If the rule of so-called efficiency  which Mr. Kierans' applies to the post  office was applied to other government  organizations the rural and newly urbanized areas of this country would not  receive the services of C.B.C. Radio and  Television. While the mail is certainly an  older form of communication it remains  an essential ope. And surely greater, not  less communication between the various  regions is basic-to theamity_jQfjCanada^  "Again, in the interest of efficiency,  Mr. K|erans increased the postal rates  for second-class mail. Newspapers across  Canada and the publications of nonprofit organizations and clubs have been  forced to raise their prices or cease  publication. The result has been to  give an advantage to' American publications of this nature. Surely, thc Canadian government should be encouraging, not discouraging publications of  Canadian thought and opinion.  "Mr. Kierans has not brought efficiency to thc Post Office, he has succeeded only in lowering thc standard  of postal service ��� we're paying higher  prices for less service. This is unacceptable to me and it is unacceptable to most  Canadians.  "An yet, Mr. Kierans bulls ahead.  He deals with his workers in the same  way. There is no need to document his  inability to deal reasonably and fairly  with his own postal workers.  "His high handed methods have  brought a low morale to the Post Office. His administrations has been  marked by almost constant labour disputes and disruptions of mail service.  The present situation in Montreal is a  good example. Even the Prime Minister and half the Cabinet, it seems have  lost confidence in the Postmaster General ��� they had to pull Mr. Kierans  out of thc fire and send in Mr. Golden-  berg.  "Thc Postmaster General has lost  thc confidence of his own postal workers, of his own government, and the  people of Canada.  "Surely, this highly unsuccessful  Minister should resign."  A test #fi {��ti����ii^ltli  Guest Editorial by Journal of Commerce  FOR BRITISH Columbia's construction  industry, last week's lockout of seven  union represents far more than a mere  dollars-ancl-cents' dispute.  Rather, the issue at stake is thc  free enterprise birthright of thc construction industry to exercise some control over its own' Sffairs, including thc  right to band together in a single bargaining agency, just as union members  dp.  The issue is thus thc very survival  of the Construction Labor Relations Association, of B.C.. and thc principles of  employer accreditation and management solidarity that it exemplifies.  As such, the outcome of B.C.'s labor  situation, will  once  again set  thc  lead  for other provinces of Western Canada.  Western  labor  leaders  freely  admit  that I hey are -gunning for CI-R in this,  its first lest year, in the hope of burying  it and all it stands for once and for all.  This attitude has been mirrored in  some   of  the   extraordinary   wage   demands put to CLR ,��� ranging up to  105  per cent over two years. Such an  increase is beyond even the most imaginative   bounds   of   bargaining   in  good  faith.  CLR thus had the choice of continuing with this mockery, and inevitably meeting a series of strikes one after  another, or taking the advantage and  closing clown the industry as a whole.  From a tactical point of view.^its lockout decision was the right one.  NoVv, however, comes tin; real test  ol numagemcul solidarity. 'Ihe lock-out,  of course, means financial loss lor every  construction company and allied services,  including ourselves.  Ami, for contractors' with short-  term finance commitments, any prolonged lock-out could mean bankruptcy,  When and if this threatens, the immediate financial loss they face will  seem more important to them than the  long-term implications of acceding to  union demands.  Already, the unions have questioned  whether the lockout is being respected  l()t) per cent. Although il look effect  from K a.m, Tuesday, a number of construction sites were still active most of  last week, ever! though gradually slowing,  Union tyl'l'icials interpreted this as  a crack in flic united front of inaiiage-  iii.-jU, Hut iixire realistically, it is pro-  hably no more than the cleaning up of  loose ends before it total shutdown.  I ven so, the lockout situation is a  delicate one. It will throw '10,000 people  .out of work, indirectly threatening, the  livelihood of pcthaps 100,000 more.  And, it comes at a time \\lien work volume in IIC, cimstrWa'tion is til ready  down nunc than .*.(. per cent for Ihe  lirM  quarter.  Moth front the point ol view nf the  individual a-nip-iliy, and thc provincial  economy as a whole, thc lockout is a  matter of balancing short and long-term  considerations.  CLR, in effect, is walking a tight-  rof^wJ^H'Sf'T*^ either way could be  danger  If it is to reJKJfl^SficAther side without stumbling^t needs thc support of  the entire construction industry. It  needs recognition from government and  thc public that thc fight against inflation  is never easy, but has to start somewhere. And, it needs to be able to resist  any pressures that may try to push it  off balance.  Readers' Right  Truth distorted  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Somewhat belatedly, I would like  to thank you for your editorial of the 1st  April which so admirably presents the  truth about seal hunting ��� a1 truth that  is so distorted by government mispresen-  tation that few have the courage (or  interest) to pursue it.  As you point out, the government's  arguments to -justify their allowing the  continuation of seal slaughtering ��� such  as the need to keep the herd to a limited  size (which nature necessarily achieves  quite unaided by man) arid the necessity  to provide work for unemployables ���  are quite ludicrous, inadequate and  warped. These e-xcuses are dismal shordvis  for avarice, cruelty and continued ignor- .  ance.  Man has now evolved to a position  where he should put pride aside and  allow his fellow creatures the opportunity  for peaceful co-existence. Our unjustifiable superiority, which demands a constant slaughter of animal species to satiate human vanity must be eliminated  or we will discover ourselves in a very  barren world indeed.  Thank you for your well-spoken contribution  to  conservation.  -(Miss) -X-WERTS  Supporting voice ,  Editor. The Times,  Sir: May I add my voice to those  supporting our School Board in its presentation to the voters of Referendum  No. 10.  It has been clearly explained that only  emergency measures are allowed at this  time by   the Department  of  Education.  The Board has diligently applied its  efforts to the (our) problem, and the bare  essential of housing proposed in the  Referendum should make clear to all  voters that any criticism on grounds of  "frills" is notWalid. I trust that realization that this IS an emergency will cause  voters to give priority to the matter,  and i that they will affirm their belief  in our young and those, dedicated to  serving   them.  E. H. BURR1TT  Appreciation  Editor, The Times,  Sir: May we through your media express our sincere appreciation and thanks  to the many people who, despite bad  weather, took time to visit our new business "Coastal Tires" Saturday April 18.  We enjoyed serving you.  KEN AND ^SHAKEN GURNEY  Disenchanted  Editor, The Times,  Sir:*, On the weekend past-April 10,  11, 12, I had the enjoyment of visiting  your part of this beautiful province.  The scenery in Port Mellon, Gibsons,  and Sechelt area is very breath taking  to me as I have never seen such beauty  in nature. Being from back East I can  only say that I should have come out  to B.C. a lot sooner. There is only one  regret I have about this visit to your  area. This is the attitude of your Merchants in particular, that of one Service  Station in Gibsons. ' .  On Saturday I was enjoying the  country side roads and exploring every  aspect of your country. I found a lot >f  beautiful things to show my brothers  who arc moving to B.C. in May. Near  night fall approx. 6:45 p.m., I came upon  a man stuck in the mud on a side road  with a pickup full of shakes. I stopped  and offered assistance, but was told that  all he had was a small jack, that came  with the truck. I told him that I would  return with a bigger one. I left and went  to a friends for a larger jack. Enroutc  I found. I was low on gas so I went to  look for a station. I pulled in and opened my tank, put the gas pump nozzle into  my car and nothing happened, Thc  operator came lo the door of the station  and told me he was closed. I explained  to him" that I" only wanted $2.00 worth,  as I could not afford a full tank, so that  I could go and gel a fellow out of thc  bush as he was stuck. He told me that he  would turn on the pumps for a full tank,  but not for less than that. Due to the  fact that I had bought gas at his service  station that morning while .driving a  friend to St. Mary's Hospital, I believe  that he has a very ugly attitude toward  the public, due to the fact that all he  had to do was turn on an electric switch.  I may be from the big city, but I have  a small town attitude which, I believe,  is people helping others when they need  it. My door is never closed to anyone in  need and never will be. Also I keep  my word to the best of my, ability. So  I went and got my friend with a broken  toe to take me out to where this man  had gotten stuck and he had also left.  I'm very glad he got out, but he  could have had the common courtesy *o  say thank-you. As for" your Gas Dealer,  well he'll hear more as a eppy of this  is going to Head Office. I'm told you  won't print this due to the fact that I  .don't live in your area. Well I believe in  freedom of speech, press and criticism  as long as it helps the Community as a  whole. I hope this doesn't reflect the  views of the General Public in your area  as I'd- feel sorry for you and any visitor  who visits tltt. BEAUTIFUL SUNSHINE  COAST   (MrJJSL J. POTTER  M*���tfa@hrKf'MJ  ttmAtr.si.uT  Labatt's  ^*^W*>*S  }  : .? "-WW-.**  V-  HvmM^^^v^��tss <^jj  ���a* ^SJ^S^ifiaV.-**     **"^  Page B-4  The Penlnsulo Times       Wednesday, April 29, 1970  I'lUl-wwyH-MMW^^W^ii II^MPiij-W l"*l'HjiHMWI'MW M*M*M-Wi|*t*yi*fi-Hi 11> ���IH.��li*|l'. mpi i��lyj|uin,l II  IHif ������gp^WMiwuHi n 111   ,p^0^m^^i}f/�� MM pi-yE  ���*"-������"'������-���"-���'��� ���-���>���������-��� ' ��� ..J--.....  '���.-Lb.'.,        ft^y-i. u'..     r.   .AP.-S.r,^r....-...-       .-  '.   .., .���  rr^w  n  *(.';  Government lags  Editor, The Times, *  Sir: I would like to bring to the attention of your readers the campaign  launched by a Victoria housewife to  liberalize the abortion laws of Canada.  Mrs. Elizabeth Murrisbn provoked an  immediate public response when she  protested, ��� through the newspaper, the  injustice of the still narrowly restrictive  legislation. The issue was quickly taken  up and brought before the public through  the media of hot line radio programs,  TV, the press, and a public forum. Support was overwhelming; petitions have  been circulating throughout the city,  and a letter writing campaign is underway. Public response, from men and  women of all economic and social levels,  has been so favorable as to suggest that  the government is lagging far behind  public opinion in its policy on this issue.  Since this is a matter of Federal law,  we are seeking support from all across  the country, to make our feelings known  to Parliament. If you feel, as we do, that  women should not have to bear babies  which they do not want or cannot provide  for ��� if you believe children should  not be brought into an over populated  world to suffer neglect arid emotional  deprivation ��� if you think our largely  male Parliament has no business legislating a punitive "morality", of which  women are frequently the scapegoats and  innocent babies the victims ��� then we  invite you to join us in our efforts. Any  person or group interested in participating in a similar campaign in your community has only to get the issue before  the public and channel the protest  against our present Criminal Code to  your Members of Parliament. Our campaign was launched by just one woman  who had the courage to protest. In politics, especially, there is power in numbers. We must make use of our power  to persuade our representative government t6 represent our wishes.  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April 29, 1970  Suspense and drama  for Sechelt theatre  ENGROSSING drama which explores  questions by the Supreme Court decision protecting the constitutional rights  of suspected criminals, "Pendulum,"  starring Geoge Peppard is the feature  this week at Schelt Theatre on the waterfront.  Police Captain Frank Matthews  (George Peppard) responsible for the apprehension .and conviction of a rapist-  murderer, is outraged \vhen_ tl^ courts  reverse the conviction on the grounds  that the confession was obtained under  duress. Although there is no doubt in the  minds of all connected with the case that  the convicted man is guilty, this dangerous psychotic is let loose on boeiety. Now  the pendulum swings the other way] and'  the Captain becomes number one suspect  in the murder of his faithless wife and  her lover.  Excellent characterizations add tension  and depth, and build etfer-mounting excitement.  MilesJor-Millions^���  *yi>n-��aaiH-'ii-'.iuiiiii'*��ui-'  im*;i*mmtm*WFTm  '���(���  ���a^-b..  m  ���Ja  Mil  m  A  aBeaatea  iSffgaKiaytigaiaaiga^  underprivileged  Pender High-Lighti  Perfect Attendance  LENTEN talk on underprivileged children in Peru, Eiafra, and other countries,  sparked  the  "Miles  for Millions"  It takes a lot to keep these young    walk from Sechelt to Roberts Creek,  bowlers  away from  their Saturday Backing the children in their ende-  .     .     ,     .    ....,���   .       ,_.      . afternoon  game  at Sechelt Bowling    avor were members of the C.W.L. eoun-  ���by April Walker and Wendy Clay*on   Alley as proved by their perfect at-    ell of Holy Family Church, Mr. R. Clay-  THE SENIOR boys construction class has    given to  students  who have .purchased    tentance record which won them re-    ^iJ^tltSrst"  now taken on a new project. This project    one. A great deal of work has gene'into    Cognition at the recent Junior Bowl-    ana Mr* *��� ^arKer- ana otncrs wno Wl��n  by the P.T.A. is being held in the school tinS sponsors; lying out pictures and pap-  gymnasium. Some cf the events - put on 0*~s for final copy and the actual, selling  by the schools are: a  Fashion show  by ��f the annuals.  the Grade 8 and 10 girls, and the choir INTERVIEW ....  and junior band from Madeira Park Ele- our  last  graduating girl  is Heather  mentaiy School. There will be other ev- West. Heather is a member of the Dance  Mark Middlemiss ,and Dale Benner.  onts which should interest the audience.  Everyone  welcome.  The last regular school -day for students this year is June 12. On June 15-17,  students will return to school to write  final exams. Marks needed for recommendation are: Grade 8, 9, and 10, C plus;  Grade 11 and 12 need a C. The last official day of school is June 25.  The Annual Club has now come to  the end of the annual. The last 10 pages  Local students shine  during Music Festival  STUDENTS  of Mrs.  G.  L.  Brooks  who    ward monies to Box 384, Sechelt  be at the school by June 10 and will be  iliJ3|-'^'V??Ty-'iT^^ J^ ��� i^-g���^mj^wh"'t'?.. Jtf'^qrV  Club  and also  a member of the Grad,  Club. Heather's future is undecided.  SPORTS  -,,.        ���i                             .,          ���. . ���. competed in the Kiwanis Music Fest-  nn Thi   W���           ^\T^f ,Vf ^^ iV&l held C^lier ^ ���^ ��*���e ��* With  on the junior girl's- basketball team.' This fiyin��� colours  team  consists  of  sixteen  members  with "*  the   captain   Jeanne   Kingston.   Ten   of In the-singing, Under 8 Class, Ginger  these members are from grade eight. Al- Cunningham came fourth in a class of 14  though it was their first year of playing she received a mark of 82. 6 points below  they have learned a lot in building their the  highest mark  awarded.  Singing in  ..-^ u��i-��� Jn         j 4u     u       .   u       ���,    basketball   skills.   The   players,  at first, the *-llide*' I6 class. Deirdre Murphy, in a  are being done and they hope to have it    have t0 get used to plafm*.in 'froilt of a class of 12, received 83 marks, the high-  finished by April 30. The real copies will    crowd) ��t mention��g. trjing to defeat <*t mark awarded being 88.  the opponent. They have learned better John Branca, playing a Bach chorale  conrol of the ball which includes passing in the Accordian Under 12 class, came  dribbling and retaining possession of it. second with a mark of 78. Sharon Mc-  The other six players are from grade Ka>r came second, playing Bach music in  nine, therefore they have that much more the Accordeon Under 10 Class. She re-  experience. Out of ten games, our junior ceived a mark of 80. Lhevinne Talento re-  girls have won ��� six and tied one with ceived 80 marks in the Pianoforte Under  Squamish. "Their hard work in practices 8 Class.  showed off in these games. Some of their Steve Laakso of Secret Cove has ,re-  opponents were: Squamish, J. N. Burnett, ceived a chequqe for $5 and a letter of  Vananda, Brooks, Elphinstone, and Pern- congratulation from the British Colum-  berton. We hope to have the same enthu- bia Music Teachers' Association for a mu-  siasm next year for the junior girls team, sic poster which he entered in their re-  Noxt year, as new problems have ari- cent contest. His poster was placed third  sen due to a considerable reduction in our in tho B.C. secticn of the Canada Music  travelling funds, the teams will have Weok Poster Competition, Grades 7-9 and  more responsibilities in raising money will be forwarded to the Canadian Fed-  than they did this year. oration of Music Teachers' Associations  We will have more on sports next Inc. where it will be incuded in the Cana-  week. dian-wide contest.  walked three quarters of a mile.  Pictures were taken along t*he route,  ending at the Roberts Creek store for  treats, well earned.  The money will be sent to the headquarters of Development and Peace, "n  Vancouver, anyone wishing to swell their  donations in this worthy cause can for-  TThe ABC off  DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE  (1) An 8 hour classroom course for licensed drivers.  (2) 8 sessions; 8 films, 8 instructor-student dialogue periods.  Oy-Hlusrrated-accident situations���how toavoidbecominginvolved"  in accidents.  (4)* No fbrmc^llexamination;. candidate material includes self-  imposed; tests complete- with answers.  (5) Official graduation card,  recognized  by the Motor Vehicles  Branch as approved training.  (6) Cost $8.(includes candidate materials).  (7) Instructors are approved by Canada Safety Council.  (8) D.D.C.���a Canada Safety Council Approved Course.  (9) Enroll now by phoning Adult Education.  A  FIRST LECTURE MAY 11th, 8:00 P.M.  (Don Pye", Instructor)  For Information Phone 383-2666  /jVVir/.W in I'l. ���m-f.  Z7  SesHneSiS' JeweBSers  )%  Trade-In  on  SWISS  WATCHES  88S-242&  *JaXx.j^a**^aX'yvaji~i:1., '.iFM^-'a  l  r\\  '  .  v7  i **  \XJ  .!���nr.  r     v  uuM.<HU,.l  _|���F_m-(_FFa~j�����a*���  ��� t   "7  ' *v   V    ���f-.-V   ���   .  **       a    \    V, '      '"1 - -���'        t rfF*  *f      J.       Fa f'jIVI     \  **>,^-ri-vV--'->''*V-J"j  ������"'-A i. ' ���* *\ I  .W^Faaaaa^*^a.��     Stf. ,      .\     I  te  a^V  fi.  ..FHtkaaF.A|^a f .  "+"��        ,   *a��^  a^-aa.  ��� r      -*\     - v   -       ���  a�� "*��� r 1     t  r ?  "N^  -   "#A  i f> i ^   * yjt a.t     *v  a   -V  ,    '       F-     ,.J.'...     ���>  ���l7t  1   ���>!.  ���       1        a  .*> -* eKH"s^t>Xt j'  fr  *      -        ,Va     '*'K;*\7>  " a      -X     #W  ���  ������'    5' -'���At*''-.' 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Thero'a never  "bef n rx hotter 1 imo to wo youe  Acndinn-Pontinc dealer.  ���rn'��"�� mfc.-rf.'.oi'i hnsed on Mnnsfactertr't ."Sy^WffftfJ  Kttail Met* trMch include Fcitovl Salea *Ikr.  rAra��jQiin ^^  ��� ������JBtm-Kar^*^  iVKaKtWMNltta  ���Gooyour focr.l f,u'?.or*frod AcndlarvPontlso-DuicK dealer ���  your Peniiac dealer \  Phono: 035-211?  PE^i^SyiA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LIB,  J��. -. F l '.*  Sachctf-,. D.C,  ILEA1  Cala.  64 oz.  (Pl��  Fraser Valley Frozen  PEAS, C0EH, & Ml  m mw&  Shasta  40 oz.  for  ?H   vu  % lb. pack  Catmadh Choice MEATS  Prime Standing  u-&  }  for Crazing ...  Smoked  Ib.  Fresh Frying  CREB3  lb.  Pork  m  mm mi  Maple Leaf  Ib.  SHRINED M  Ready to Servo. Maplo Leaf.  Wholo or Halves .   .   Ib.  *��* *.**i te+^ntne** ���"���*���-*���>���*��� imnm*mm\*m��*  "'���WaaJBHWHU l'\>*f^��gBrf��^J'II.IM*WW'M*^J��^BW'^Pa*|^!^^  .... Ib.  PRICES EFFECTIVE: MAY 1st AND 2nd  ^tauj  CARDAN BAY, B.C.  PNON-E C03-2253  ���*Jin����^rw.ri.,.i1i, ,ll>Wif^,B1gMjft,wltt^N  ^M     Ki*^ *,#./&,>%  to4%,t-Kj^ 4,   (,^A.^s  ��h.Jt^jfc**. *����**. ^I^^fc.^*Vrt��JM,>�� -^^.jiftfcaJSi ���** *^"%.^"Sto*"*   *.��.���* #a*. *!�����*! -*(>1*.*.*.A. Jh.*.*.^^^^ *��,*.-* fl^abiBA^^fttfJ^^h *,(,!�� * ^���^^-i^*^���^--*^���^���*���f*^^^A *Wft��*vi^Aj(��vA,^ J*h&���**.&���&!,&*4  f\ If"  V "A*  ���^tivi^t   S�� ^     *%_ ^     ^*"fM-<  ���   r^-* .  >/  J  j&-T--W*^ t ^'P"; "Wi**:-"    !JV J  ���*^o       w *uw<wfr��w   (����,^  'V^^-q^        * *���**-*    A,   -'*V'^ a-**        *f*i-  -JW,-'.       **��- $^$$$i^kmm��  Page B-6  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, April 29, 1970  a-T-*-  |    aC*    A^     'a,^  5":C*'a''/a}**a'l  ^"���^"vyyi  ���fihnffii Hi Oi�� i iSfnll.1 lM,l��0  i, w*a  ���l^CPjW  ������A  l^l  l, rt,  Pi  I,-*.-'  f *J  pi-'".  J  r' w-jijiw ^At,-^^m^^mi^^^  ^��my^r -^ymrg^w^^  ���w^nlHihiiimiwaiiNBl!  r^pwrV.' "w��>J ^' -i ^il^.  PIU^-^UB-W ��� ��� I ��� lU^Wfig  ' .  ���������^UWT.M J'Jv^^*T*-"-'|i"^rrB,lM I'^^-l'.  *-S**y.  *"���.   "a*!*--*���' ���l"-\UV-f^'^'^i^^-"lv',l',-i*��-  ���" ���' -'��� -"- inr ^   i-r r-ifin' t  ^'amffltig  ���^.���,**-��-*FT>'Kf.*^^  W AT f!IM  I  fe^L^irr^,^^ ���r'-'"*^^....:i?"^:r*:*���r;::i-a1*vvir*i ���^���-J.'V'^r'i^-^^  LSCYl   After 15 yecirs in business in Vancouver we care establishing���=- ourselves   in   Gibsons   to   serve   the   Sechelt  eninsula. Our thorough knowledge of the flooring industry makes us well equipped to advise on any flooring problems.  The selections of carpets, linoleum, draperies, etc. in our store, are to compare, if   not  better  than,  any   in   a   large   city  operated store.  All installations of carpets, linoleum, etc. is done by our own qualified floor mechanics. All workmanship is fully guaranteed  and all complaints, if any, will be promptly looked after to the full satisfaction of our customers.  carpets, linoleum, etc., etc. carry the 100% guarantee of manufacturers.  E!��  Prices so Low you won't believe it!  A few examples of many:  12'xW 2" HOUSE & GARDEN  Color Summer Moss, a plush cut pile indoor-outdoor carpet.  Tough and hard wearing. ^/l^ filh/5!  Reg. $95.00  OPENING SPECIAL   ^^/qP^  12'x8�� 2" MONTEREY  Color Spanish Moss,  a  three  colored  mixture  Acrilan.   High-Low  sheer tipped loop pile. j^/C^f!  A��!  Reg. $132.00   OPENING SPECIAL   ^@j|��;^��J|  12'x7'  10" CARVE CRAFT  Color Wood  Moss tonc-on-tone woven with an embossed  tcxturo  from all wool yarn. ^I^URl ft��  Reg. $188.00   OPENING SPECIAL   v JTrtSrj)  12'xl2'   S"  BELLEWOOD  Color Parchment, a beautiful, plain, plush carpet made of Acrilan  carpet fibre with elegant appearance ^AiOl SL(Sk  Reg. $192.00  OPENING SPECIAL   *yy%yty  I^xS'  II"  ECSTASY  Color Parish Green, 100% Fortrol, a shag construction for the casual  Rcg.'$185.00   OPENING SPECIAL   ^���Ji@!Pf5  12'xtr 5" STAMPEDE  Color Ultra Marino Blue, double jute back, surface 501 Dupont yarn;  mado to last. &4'C��?  ���&����!.  Rcg. $121.76  OPENING SPECIAL   ^|0��yjl  All these are 1st Quality and not 2nds  iaraing  Bigelow  Me  Crossley  wvn  Ozite  ��� ��� ��� and many more.  Curan  Armstrong  I��  ��� o  ill Known Makes  ianufacturers.  You buy up to 30 sc��. yds. of carpet  and we will allow 15% discount  You buy more than 30 sq. yds. a  we will allow 20% discount  Ihis includes under-pad and labour  20% Discount on Material and Lining  J  DRAPES:  We carry a large selection of Drapery material. All Drapes  Custom-Made to your specification at Moderate Cost.  up to 13'x5' at Give-Away Prices.  X  i  .3  "Ml  JV,  mnmm>  -.���3  ���3  ���3  \\p  \\\U\.\\  m  [W  SO  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road  Gibsons - Phono 886-7112  \1':il\'j.  w*mn*^t n��Mi��rf 1 vi mm   piipn  ~7  1 H  x  xz  *��� +��� *�� *���-"��.   ���  I   ���*������* �� 0m*   -*���     *     -�����   * ���  *    *

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