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 Vagrancy  West Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  1606 Best 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9, B.C.  MAY 2 9 REC1  Service    ��>-.**. *,*....i-v,.r  POLICE were called to a home near.Gib-  sons at 6:30 a.m. of the morning of  May 19 where an intruder had entered the  house, lit a fire in the fireplace and made  himself at home on the chesterfield.  William Charles Theordore MacLeod  of Vancouver was later charged- with vagrancy and appeared before. Judge Charles  Mittelstead who sentenced him to sixty  days in the Oakalla Prison Farm. A further sentence for.consuming in a public  place runs concurrent.  Resulting from vigilant detecting by  Corporal Lou Biggeman, Stanley Watson  Mathews and Robert Lee Couglin of Vancouver, faced charges of break, entry' and  theft from three summer homes on Keats  Island.  Goods to the value of $500 were stolen May 9. A crumpled up piece of paper  discovered by Cpi. Biggeman, in the vicinity of one of the cabins, supplied a clue  leading to the arrest of the pair. Both  entered pleat,  of "guilty"  and were re  manded in custody to June 12th for sentence pending a pre-sentence report.  Four car accident resulting in damages  totalling approximately. $2,000 and injuries to three people, led to Malcolm Stevens of Williamsons Landing being issued  a Traffic Violation Notice for driving  without due care and attention. Incident  occurred at the intersection of Port Mellon Road and North Road May ,22 at 12:50  p.m. Two passengers. received minor injuries and Stevens received head injuries.  Two youths, Gregory Stephen Lemky  and Roger Syd Barre, both of Henry Rd.,  faced charges of theft following an incident involving the theft of an outboard  motor, gas tank and hose from a boat at  the Gibsons Government Floats the evening of* May 15.  Motor and gas tank were recovered  and the case remanded without plea until this week. Both were released on their  own recognizance.  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  -Wilson Creek, Selma Park; Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale. Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mail  Union *&&�� Label  This Issue 12 Pages  10c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 7, No. 26 ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1970  ^fJWp'-f**,  j/tity^"* ���**!  t-:'  if 17 k #l'W  5 *A 1 ���"    -   * a A i?  a,        -Hfc,     ^       U'ri'lll a  .��ar%r       , 1**%.*   ' 'J*' *a. <.U*��*'V a  ^a-^a -y Xj. ���?   .,        , ^..F    ��"���     -,       aa    a  '.',���>!> i ,        *���-��** . I*iv%rr! ��"*"    '   ���  "' S..'.< '      .- t   |>����-Lc,iiA*-  1        l       F^M     y <   . a  ^^4.^^^  X*$i+  No control . . .  *7  No boat ramp . ����� .  PROPOSALS by Gulf Oil for construction  of a wharf adjacent to the existing  Sechelt wharf was filed at last meeting of  council following a letter from the company making clear the fact that the company did not propose to construct a sea  wall or boat ramp as previously outlined  by Alderman Norm Watson. The letter  stated it was not known who made such  promises but it is certainly not so. At -he  same time, the company is anxious to  proceed with its plans.  Mayor Swain commented "in other  words we have a big nothing." Aid. Watson agreed but added that he understands this is not the final word "however, I don't care what council does about  it now," he said.  Motion by Aid. George Flay that the  letter be filed was unanimously approved.  MAY DAY  Aid. Flay suggested a letter of thanks  be sent the Sunshine Coast Lions Club  for a "job well done" in regards to the  recent May Day celebrations. "Everything was cleaned up afterwards and the  park left in good condition," he said.  Aid. Watson said he understands that  financially the event was bigger and better than ever and that the Lions had  indeed carried out -"��� good job. It was also  agreed a letter be sent the Kinsmen Club  for its part in the proceedings.  SUBDIVISION ���-*.  Small subdivision in vicinity of Hackett Park was given final approval following report by the clerk that roads and  lanes have been completed to standards  required. Aid. Harold Nelson said he had  inspected the subdivision and approved it.  W^RBINIWPROGMM  ru.s ,,.W/;/tf��*  *-**.--9.' amj-�� rxatr  ^"���'ifiBttl*  ���ur.e sAK��,n  Kills  -rat-wirta      ,     "l  , .����- a,  . f-W-MVI,     r.-uCH.iN., !��������,  I****; *\ "��� ^\ 7'j.t: %. *Ci,'-ls  . .^. ...,       ^,,^'T^^cM^m  '��� ktHU    l��.'v^HA*JK3�� CS.IAC1 .  .i,-*? .-*< ..v. 10 Wiuirt 61J.V.*!*.  .ti.ttj-rut,  BYLAW passed by a previous council  appears to have removed a great deal  of power from hands of council in regards  to approval of building permits. Light  dawned following a enquiry by Aid. Watson as to progress of a proposed shopping  centre within the village.  Applications for building permits have,  for some time, been turned over to 1he  building inspector,. Following his approval,  council is presented with the application  for final approval. This, however, according to clerk Ted Rayner, is merely a  rubber stamp formality for in actual fact  council now lacks the power to refuse  the permit providing it conforms with  regulations and has .been' passed by the  building   inspector.  Aid. Watson said he could agree to  some extent with the situation as fas as  a house is concerned but with a project  such as this, the biggest Sechelt has had  yet, he felt council should have some  control. Further, he explained, the inspector, Mr. Fred Reyburn is not qualified  to deal with larger proects and' plans  have to go before qualified people first.  Aid. George Flay said he had looked  through the bylaw and it is so that all  council does is rubber stamp applications  "which seems to me to be a waste of  time,"   he  added.  Mr. Rayner pointed out that he is not  aware of any council that interferes in  building plans "it is standard practice  and in principal a good system in that  Recent. Program  Aid. Joe Benner questioned the  fact iww-.ni. i-rogram ����i-#t��-ir-,��#,V*,,  that   lanes  are  not   gravelled  and   any     Sechelt Rod &  Gun Club President     *���� participation  .  . .  vehicles that might feasibly get stuck in    George Flay and Conservation Of-  HOLY  LAND  Miss Ena Harrold who has recently  returned from a visit to the Holy Land,  will show her slide pictures and give a  '.alk on that interesting country on Sunday, May 31st at 3:30 p.m. in St, Aidan's  Parish Hall, Roberts Creek.  Anyone interested is cordially invited  to attend.  CANCELLATION  Due to the unemployment situation,  the L.A. to Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 109 have found it necessary to  cancel the Wine and Cheese Party  scheduled for May 30th, in the Legion  Hall, Gibsons. Anyone wishing a refund  please contact Mrs. S. Dawe at 080-7055.  NOT DONATED  Representative of the Pender Harbour  Volunteer Fire Department states that a  report submitted to the Times recently  announcing thut the Firemen had donated  property to the newly formed Rod and  Gun Club, was incorrect, The Department  is not at liberty to donate law! but has, in  fact, agreed to lease some of its property  until .such time it will be required by  the Fire .service,    *  BOTTLE DRIVE  Gibsons Cubs and Scouts will be holding a door lo dqor canvas for bottles, next  Saturday, May 30th from 10 a.m. commencing at Super Valu  Store,  mud after heavy rain would be respons  ibility of council. He stressed the need  for tightening up existing ,��� bylaws. "The  roads are poor and I would suggest the  Union company has more money than the  village and I think we should be much  stricter with bur Sub-Division Bylaws,"  he said. Mayor Bill Swain said he quite  agreed.  Aid. Flay asked who is responsible  should a vehicle get stuck. He was told  it would be responsibility of the village.  Aid. Watson pointed out that council  is hedged! by the bylaw which, he said,  has been complied with.  ... Aid. Flay replied that this then is the  .very. reason council should do something  about the situation.  Aid. Benner added "these people have  the money, the village docs not, I feel  they should be made to do a reasonable  job of roads and lanes."  Aid, Flay added that as things are,  it is possible council could accept responsibility for such roads and lanes  which would ultimately cost more to put  into shape than village would get back  in tax revenue.  Council approved a motion by Aid.  Benner that the bylaws be studied and  revised as considered  necessary.  ficer Mr. Pat Mulligan display the  Hunter Training Program Poster  indicating the course which, it is expected by 1971 will be mandatory for  all juveniles applying for their first  hunting licence. Indicating that they  have taking the Instructor's Course.  FOLLOWING   a   courso of , instruct....*.  g;iven by Mr. Paul Presidente, hunter  training officer with the Fish and Wildlife Branch, sixteen members of Sechelt  and Gibsons Rod & Gun Clubs are now  qualifying to conduct the course which  expected to be mandatory for juveniles  applying for their first hunting licence  in 1971.  Presenting certificates and crests to  successful club members at Sechelt Rod &  Gun Club on Friday night, Conservation  Officer Mr. Pat Mulligan congratulated  the* Clubs on the number of members  taking thc course.  HYDRANTS  To   qualify   as . instructors,   members  were required to attend three lectures of  New hydrant has finally be installed     roughiy 4 |10Urs duration and read a very  41.a.      ..111......       la...       lla^a.       TJ aa .. ' ��� 1       ft I a. ��� .. I F. ���       a.* �� . ... ....  in the village by the Regional District at  a cost of $558.49 which included cost of  hydrant and labour.  Aid. Flay questioned a remark by a  Regional Board Director, to the effect  11.0,1 by taking over the Sechelt water  system thc Board will also own village  hydrants, Such being the case, then who  would be responsible for cost of the new  hydrant  and  installation.  The clerk explained that council had  nskvd that it be installed because of the  emergency. Aid. Nelson added that council had agreed to pay the costs and had  asked that it be installed at council's  expense, "therefore we have no choice,"  he said.  It wa,s agreed to pay thc bill but Aid,  Watson miggcstod .some clarification be  sought as to just who does own the  hydrants,  comprehensive manual before sitting the  two hour examination with its 200 questions. Pass mark for instructors is 85  per cent.  At the present time all persons involved In firearms accidents and juveniles  under the age of IB who have boon involved in infractions of the Wildlife of  Firearms Acts are required to graduate  from a Hunter Training Course before  they can obtain another hunting licence,  Persons in the aiea now qualified lo  take such a cour.se are Sechelt Hod &  Gun Club members: George Flay; Harold  Nelson, Mrs. Bea. Rankin; Mr. William  Rankin; Joe Mollis; Bob Janis. Gibsons  Hod & Gun Club members: Mrs. Megan  Moorcroft; Mr, Austin Moorcroft; George  Rugglcs; Mrs; Sandra Jones; Mr. Merrill  Jones; Barry Roth; Denis, llerli*; Hon  Head; Mike Manor; Morris Nygren,  iRa',-  NIGHT School classes in Sechelt School  District   were   financially   profitable  this year and appreciated by roughly 250  people.  Elphinstone Secondary School teacher  Mr. Eugene Yablonski who administered  the programme together with District  Superintendent R. R. Hanna and Mr.  Tiernan from Pender Harbour, gave an.  interim report at last week's school b-Dard  meeting and made some suggestion for  the future. "  It was brought to the Board's attention that, local graduates now attending  university would appreciate using school  facilities during thc summer months for  a sports programme. Many of these people  are academically the district's best who  would not abuse facilities and greatly  appreciate using them. Mr. Yablonski said  ' lie" appreciated that there would be  complications to be overcome such as  janitorial supervision during the summer months but felt that some arrangements could be made.  This year, salaries amounted to  $2,569,72; expenses and advertising  $301.01. Fees collected $3,082.75 and Qov-  ernment grant $-123,413. Excess of revenue  over  expenditure $035.50.  Thanks were expressed to Canadian  Forest Products for thc use of, welding  facilities used  by  twenty  men.  Mr, Yablonski also pointed out that  both Elphinstone and Gibsons Elementary  School auditoriums woro booked almost  solidly during the year so the public is  getting its money's worth in uso of the  gymnasiums,  IN-SERVICE  Supervisor of Elementary Instruction  Mr. Peter Sllnn reported thnt main theme  of (his year's in-service (raining programme was curriculum development of individualised Instruction in language aits.  The programme win: conducted after  school and each teacher paid $5 towards  tho cost, Tr.*n..'i.(Unis interest had been  shown with' attendance anywhere Iron.  85 to  100  per t*(*|-,t.  Mr. Sllnn said be bad worked closely  with Count Ciiiribiildl Health Unit .md  wished to publicity thank Dr. ("cmmill  and public health" nurses Miss 1). Meld  and Miss II, McClughan for Ihelr help on  Ihe screening committee in tin* field of  mental  henllh,  Tho  Mental  Health  Tnivelllng  Clinic  consisting of a psychiatrist and psychiatric social worker had visited the district  in March, April and May and helped  students in secondary and elementary  schools.  A   speech   therapist    visited    in   December working in the home and  with  teachers. Public health nurses had given  "follow-up" treatment in speech therApy..  as well as conducting their regular duties.  Most of the problems were learning  problems rather than psychiatric, said  Mr. Slinn. Seventy students had been  referred to the Travelling Clinic but it  had  only  been  possible to examine  42.  Mr. Slinn had two recommendations;  a joint effort between Sechelt Teacher's  Association and School District 46 in thc  common interest; and that next year's in-  service training theme be curriculum  development of language arts and mathematics.  Commenting on the programme,  District Superintendent R, R. Hanna  stated that at the recent seminar in  Parksville it was learned that no other  district had such a complete in-service  training  programme as this district.  it eliminates any personal attitudes," he  said.  Mayor Swain argued that he feels  council should still have the right to  know what is going on.  Interior arrangement of the Sechelt  Village Council office is such that it lacks  a suitable council chamber and since->its  construction four years ago members of  council, the press and visitors, have had  to crowd behind the reception counter  for meetings.  At last meeting of council, Mayor Bill  Swain suggested consideration be given  to an addition at one end of the building  for use as a chamber which could also  be utilized for such things as public  hearings etc. without affecting regular .  office routine.  Aldermen indicated approval of the  scheme but Aid. Norm Watson added that  he could not see such an addition simply  for use of council meetings. However,  providing it could be used for other  things, he was not opposed.  It was agreed to obtain bids for a  small addition to match up with the  existing type of construction. Work, however, will probably not be carried out until  next year.  Killer Whale Drive-In  new service for Pender  OPENING of the Killer Whale Drive-In  at Madeira Park last week, delighted  residents and tourists for such a service  was required in the growing community.  In a new building next to the post office, Frank and Katy Blue have installed  the latest equipment including a soft icecream machine.  Formerly in the construction business  where he was employed as an electrician,  Mr. Blue and his family have travelled  extensivey and now decided to make  Madeira Park their home. They have  three young children, two attending,  school and the baby.  Bus service at last  fdf Eedrooiis Road  GOOD news comes this w;.tI. [nr residents of the Redrooffs area wilh announcement that Secholt Motor Transport  will, as of June 1st, reroute its bus service between Sechelt and Earls Cove  through Redrooffs, thus providing a long  sought service for that area.  Road has been renovated and paved  and with the large number of residents in  Redrooffs it has been considered a logical  step to take.  This means that there will be no longer a bus service along the almost uninhabited section of Highway 101 from the  Redrooffs cut-off on (he Sechelt side to  its re-entry ut Halfmoon Bay.  Efficient group . . .'  rail  idiii  NINTH General Meeting of the West Secholt Waterworks District was held  last Thursday In tho Sechelt Legion Hall  with an attendance.of about a dozen people, This small turn-out was generally  interpreted us a vote of confidence in tho  administration in that large numbers  gather when all In not well,'  Chairman Cliff Thorold noted from  the minutes that forty were present at  last year'n meeting, Ho reported that from  an original 70 consumers, hook-ups had  Jumped to 122 I ant year and presently  bus passed the 130. Water lolls were ic-  dueed In HHl.t* to $5 due to .successful  administration of  the system  and  again,  ��� i  Ninety musicians . . .  Elphinstone band concert  revealed wealth of talent  ���4  Pr.'.si.linji -��t lho ....Ml labh. for coin-  binoil hospital ..uxili-nrUvs work blu-p  hold last week in .Sechelt are, .sealed:  MIhs Ann Hopkins, Director of tir.s-  ing, St. Mary\s,; Mrs. Helen Manning,  /      ' T> i  venor of work-shop; Mr, Tony Wnj'e*  makers, SI,  Mary's   Administrator  Work Shop  Director of Volunteers,  I-ions (inte;  Mrs, Sally Dohell,  president  ("o-or-  dinatinf' (.ouneil; Mrs. Jean Sladey, Mrs, Sylvia Jones, Volunteer Director  secretary ("u-onllnntine-: Couneil. and Mik. C. Merrick, vice-chairman  Standlnij; Mrs. Peggy Connor, con-    oi Thrift Shop.  i   \  NINETY .'Indent mur.lclans participated in  the 'exceptionally line Hand Conceit  at ElphlniUoiK- Secondary School last  week. Travelling from llurnuby for die  occasion were forty-two member:, nf Alpha ."econiliiiy School Concert and Stiii:-'  Hand under tbe direction of Mr. I'Y.ink  Posllelhwalle who \*w.i; MiinIi* toucher In  thin iichuol (llMilcl  liu.l yeui*.  Taking purl in the conceit were ��'l  member.*i of KIpliliiMnne',, grade 11 hand  Playing a M'Jcelion of four piece:, under  direction of Mr, Melvin Campbell. For  first year iiui-dclmt-i, the bund In ex'ep.  Ilonully good und "l.liiuorlee Stick" leu-  luring the clarinet,*, n.ade delightful listen-  Ing,  Hlphlnstone studenls aie proud ol  their school band and In particular the  "Hackwoodn Ilrnsn" a group of mIx member,! of the, >*enlor band who obviously  d-'vote many hottis** of practice to then-  "Tijuiuiu      Hni!,:.'"   iitylu    iarui.ui.im.ntn  which pIciiM* not only teenagers but older  member;, of the audience, Playing in this  group are; Duve Fiomuger, tenor sax.;  Kevin Star und Tony Baker, trumpets;  l.ance Haggle*;, drum:;; Murk KnglM.,  guitar und Itlchard Kcrbls, Electric base,  r.lpliliistonc Senior Hand composed ol  twenty-five members alternated with Ihe  Alpha Concert Hand in n very line ���.election of (i|(iie:;tral piece;; for the *;cc.ind  half of (he programme, both bands combining for the grand finale "Handolo*,y"  by   Erie  ("aiterling,  Thin weekend il. Will be I'.lphlre.toiie  Senior I tu in t on tour, going lo Campbell  lUver and Cold Iliver, Mny .".ll-.tO and  those who took time out to attend IrM  week's very fine and onioyiihle concert,  know that thl*. dl ilrlet can b/1 Justly proud  ol   ll>.   f.ludi.nt   mii-iicians,  He,i|dc,-i the evening conceit, Ihe bands'  played (o a lull attendance of -.Indents on  Thursday alU.rnoon.  this year, financial statement reveals a  substantial Kin-plus, it in recommended  fire hydrants b�� installed, thus providing  the area with efficient fire protection,  Mr. Thorold drew attention to Ihe  fact that (be Hegional Hoard will inevitably lake over lho Waterworks, but  suggested trustees should attend to necessary facilities' while ihey still have control. Cost of hydrants would be approximately $f>,000, This would Include materials and installation, lb* added lhal  the Heglonal Hoard bus slated it has plans  to improve tin. system "1 do not know  quite what they plan but nt this time they  have money," he lidded,  Completion of tin reservoir al Selnia  Park Is presently held up due to construction strikes and cement -,|ioi Iiiih',  Once in operation water pressure will be  greatly Increased, At that time, consumers  are advised that reducing valves should  be Installed, otherwise such pioblemii as  burst pipe:; could result, Il was suggested  the reduction valve; be Installed .'lose  to the load thus eliminating undue pies-  .-.uri* on  the household  line.  Af-kodi is the trustees would consider  a liii'tlicr loll reduction next year should  lliiancial condition.*, remain as good , us  present, Mr, Thorold Mild it is quite possible.  Three year term of office expired Iui'  Ti ���listen John Kelly. He was leiiomiiiiited  and elected with no further nomination:.,  Mr, "'"i-ink l'aile*r wm\ nut Ihe auditor-*.  ic)iorl for IIMi'.i Itevcnia* amounted in  $M.:iU1.*l"i and included; T.i.sch $;��,()tl2.r��(t,  water riite.*, $!I,||I.'>,7I), connection lees  ��� S>l.rjtVtM). Interest and penalties SU!) IV.  Other revenue $��MV.0!��,  Kspendlluie-* totalled $10.7.VI .'.7 and  included; System operutioli $'2,11!!) Ml,  gen-mil mid ..dmln(*.tr.-MH'r $t,".!7t 10, drtit  cliiuge*; ,$(1,117".!.1)1. capital expenditure-;  (new connections) $|l!().7ll, r-xces-i of n>-  venuo over expenditure., fur the yeur  fKUS.'IO.I..  Mr. I'.uker added Ilia total value ol  tin* waterworks syMein Ir. now In the  region ot $n��U.,0()(j.  I  ,10,  ��. "C^/iKA J  ���s.^.^ p*,*. *.*.-* **.****  * *i <*��.J*-S.(*��.Jn--H*k mm. S^iii^^  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday. May 27,197.*)  W*��MII*��II.M��m*IIMUU��IIIMMM��IUMUWMUMIJU^  THEPENlNSULA^tV^ea- Sechelr - Phone 885-9654  in  Classified  IjWfMMliMMarfl-MIWaWM'WIWIM'InlWlJMIf'W  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt. B.C. rA  Established 1963 ��  PERSONAL  Member, Audit* Bureau  of Circulations  March 31. 1970  Gross Circulation 2538  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion _���. _75c  Three  Insertions _. $1.50  Extra lines (4 words)  i 15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Brjefs.)  Box Numbers . 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By moll. Peninsula area _$5.0Q 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 30.  Music by Western Troubadors.  Admission $3 couple. Door  prize. 8 p.m. - midnight. Legion Hall, Roberts Creek.  . 4559-26  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Thurs.,  Fri,.  May  28  and  29  at 8 p.m. and Sat., May 30 at  2 p.m. arid 8,  p.m.  Woody   Allen's  "TAKE THE MONEY  AND RUN"  plus  "IMPASSE"  both  in color  WISH  to  contact  Latter Day-  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. . Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2979.     . .      . 4431-tfn  WORMS;   a    problem?    Use  Pamovin the one d6se treatment for pinworms. Available  at Kruso Drug Stores.  4501-30  20%  OFF drapes and chesterfield covers,  age.  Peninsula  886-2200.  Sun.,  May  31  at 7  p.m. and  Mon., Tues., and Wed. June 1,  2 and 3 at 8 p.m.  Antonioni's  "ZABRISKIE POINT"  In Color  "Coarse   Language,   A , Nude  Suggestive Scene"  R. W. McDonald, B.C.  Censor  Restricted  4500-2C  BIRTHS  THOMPSON ��� Born to Jack  and Janet Thompson of Sechelt, B. C. on May 14, .970  at Lions Gate Hospital, Vancouver, twin daughters Cynthia Carmellc (Cindy) and  Alana Michelle (Lana).  ���1533-26  fur coat stor-  Cleaners,   ph.  4529-27  WE HAVE MOVED  Near   St.   Mary's  Hospital  next to Peninsula Motors  Safeco Insurance  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident-free driving. Phone 885-  2235   or  call   into  our  office.  We are also agents for  Knight & Squire  Prefab   and   Mobile  Homes  4561-tfn  WORK WANTED  QUALITY  shakes &  guaranteed.  roofing, Duroid  shingles. All work  Ph. 886-7008.  4484-26  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  WANTED (Continued)  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender  Harbour area.   Call  Sechelt. Agenr". Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  SPARE TJME INCOME ��� Re-  filling 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  CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING  LTD., DEPT. A, 160 Bay St.,  Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontario.  Include phone number. 4541-26  GENERAL STORE  Sechelt Peninsula  Write Box 4490  c/o Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  4490-27  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week. Commercial crew  rates. Full housekeeping. Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons,  B.C. 4423-tfn  CENTRALLY located furnish-  ed suite. Light & heat included. Private entrance. Suitable for quiet working gentleman. Ph. 886-7267. 4502-27  HALL for rent���-Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tf.n  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. Private entrance.  Warm & clean. Selma Park.  Working gent. only. Ph. 885-  9535. 4543-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  REAL ESTATE (continued)      REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box -310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tlfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1J04  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  DAVIS* BAY ��� $3,000 down.  New 2 bedroom .post and  beam. Built-in. range. Dining,  room, living room with, fireplace, sun deck and carport.  Treed lot, quiet street near  beach. F.P. $22,900. Owner  will carry mortgage. 885-2019  or 987-0734. 4550-28  TWO beautiful, sea view lots,  treed and sloping, one approx. 100'x230\ priced at  $3,750; one approx. 10O'x36o*  priced -at $5,000. Terms. Phone  883-2318 or'write, Box 45.46 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt. 4546.-28  Prime waterfront home, beach  level, Attracive 2 bdrm home,  living room beautifully paneled in Ash. Convenient kit.  and adjoining dining room.  Ony $12,000 dwn.  Secluded 4 acres of choice level land. Convenient location.  Unfinished 4 room house can  be had on low down payment.  Nice level lot in excellent location. Only $2,500 cash.  $3,000 down gives possession  of 4 room cottage. Suit retired  handyman.  K. BUTLER REALTY  Ltd.  HEAVY   duty  886-2897,  rotovator.   Ph.  4017-tfn  ANNOUNCEMENT  'CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs,  Gladys Prost of Sechelt,  winner of Home Care Products  draw, held Sechelt May Day.  Mrs. Shaver is your local consultant,  phone 8(16-7393.  .1537-26  CARD OF THANKS  OUR sincere thanks aro extended to the many friends,  neighbors and relatives who  sent flowers, curds and other  gifts during our most trying  period, In the loss of our son  Andy, Special thru. let. for their  efforts arc extended to Mr. H,  McKibbin and Mrs. K, I'ropp  and Dr. H; Irish, The Gill  family, Ed, Mary, Grunt and  James. ,     , 45*17-2(1  THE FAMILY of the late Mrs.  Violet Campbell wish to  fiineorely thanl. all those v/ho  have, been mo kind and helpful to her In the last two trying  years, Special thanks are extended .o Uev. Graham Dickie  for his comforting words and  Mr, John Harvey of the  Harvey Funeral Home.  Hussell, Murjoilo and C irole  Demi.;. .I,ni2-2(l  OBITUARY  TILLiCUM 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  ROBERTS Creek Drywall ���  Taping; Filling & finishing.  Spraytex sparkle ceilings. Reasonable rates. Free estimates.  Small & large repair jobs given. 1st class attention/ Phone  886-7193. 4480-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-tfn  DRESSMAKING     &     alterations.     10    yrs.    experience  North   Vancouver.   Mrs.   Bennett, Wilson  Creek. 885-9956.  PERMANENT  reliable  family  wishes  to rent  2  or  3  BR  home   from   July   1st.   Phone  886-2103. 4548-28  FOR SALE OR RENT  1  BEDROOM house available  end of May,  Wilson  Creek  area. Ph. 885-2153 after 6 p.m.  4482-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  DON'T buy a Mobile Home  until you see Neil Armstrong.  Send for our current listings.  No. 2 904B Brunette, Coquitlam, B.C. Corner Lougheed  Hwy. 524-5921. 4440-35  FOR SALE 4 bedroom mobile  home, fully furnished, washer,   dryer.   Sundance   Trailer  Park. Sechelt. 4467-26  16'   HOUSE   trailer   (Shasta),  new   propane furnace,  $650.  M.   Nygren,  886-7161.  4511-27  REAL ESTATE  GARDEN   in   yet?  long   for  mower?  in one operation in  ground. No job too  small.  Minimum of  $0 per hour.  .I8(i-7.r>nfi.  Call  Grass too  Seed bed  reasonable  big or too  one hour,  885-2817 or  4523-2(5  BABY   sitting   servico  day   or  night.   Mrs.  Beryl   Sheridan.  Ph. lHI5-!)r>fi8, 45511-28  con s tu"ii ct16n~^" wni  frame houses, cottages, finishing, remodelling also plumbing and rewiring, Ph, Hflfl-  2417   or   118(1.75(10. 4540-2II  ���15 YEAR old gentleman with  reference,*, would like work,  mechanical or tangible sales,  outside oi inside, buying or  invoicing; plumbing, heating,  electric oi driving; or rent to  buy small mechanical business,  Some office experience; Telex,  purchasing etc, Intend to reside on Sunshine Const, unattached. Phono collect l'F.'l-  11172, Hov Mlanche No. 1502-  2130 1*1, Grey Road, Vancouver   I),   H,C. 45*10.211  CLANCY May     Id,     1070,  James Clancy of Pender  ll'.irboiii*. Funeral wns bold  Wed., Mny 20, 2 p.m. Hon. the  Family Clmpel of Harvey  Funeral Home, ."ev. J, William-ion officiating. Cremation.  -tr>(|.|-'.!(l  ROSS-- Mny III, 1070, l.ucliu.  I.iiii ry Moss of Hopkins  Landing, H.C. Survived by .'I  daughters, M r :i, Maureen  Sleep. Hopkins Landing. Mrs,  Helm .lone!., Surrey, Mih,  Meryl Fni(|ulini*, ("ot|uitl'im, I  brother Joseph, North Vnn-  c-uuvcr; 7 grandchildren, (t  gn-iit grandchildren, Service  from the Vnncouvor ("icinntoi-  Iiiiii, 31.11. Ave. nnd Fi.imt,  wiei held Friday,  11 a.m. Rev, A, it  luting, Ilnivoy Fun-  dii'i-etors. No flow-  Vaiieouver  May 22 at  Laing offlel  .ml Home,  ��is  by   leqiie.Ht,  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing   ���'<  paper hanging,  Interior /v exterior decorating,  rug cleaning,  All types of  ���building maintenance,  Phone 11115-0715 niter 4  p.m.  4252-tfn  HELP WANTED  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phono  Mrs,   Naldo  Wilson  885 97-46 or write:  Box 390,  Secholt, B.C.  21)10-tfn  WANTED  VOLKSWAGEN bust In need of  repalis. State, y��*iir, condition & price to l.o'x 4470 Pen-  Insula Times, llox '.10, Sechelt  H.C. 44702(1  FOR sale: New two bedroom  home at Selma Park. Electric forced air heating. Close  to stores, hospital and beach.  F.P. $14,500 terms, By owner.  Ph.   885-9606. 4535-26  GOWER: Watorfront lot on  easy terms: $2,500 down, $75  month:  $10,000  f.p.  GIBSONS: Excellent view  lot, 75 ' ft. front, quiet residential area of good homo*..  $4,800   full  price,  Level lot within easy level  distance of shopping; 00 ft,  front, $3,350 full price,  GIBSONS RURAL: Big lot  In developing urea, (i!)-,l-x21(i,4  ft, $2,800. Offers on terms.  Nlco family home closo to  beach, 3 hdrm*. on main floor  with study or extra bdrm orf  living roomr Large modern  kitchen, 220 wiring, LH and  study nicely panelled. W-W  carpet, A-oil furnace, full concrete basement, Priced for  quick  cash  sale,' Only  $18,000  WILSON CHEEK: Lovely  large private lot, view property in quiet exclusive men,  Clinred and purtlnlly fenced  with dogwood nnd fir trees  left, lias own private road,  F.P.   $10,500,  GIBSONS VILLAGE: A  very comfortable two Bit  compact, older type home on  n i|iilet street, Kiel, bent, Has  own spring water supply,  Suitable for retired coupk* or  single p.T.'.m. F.P. $10,000, Of-  fers and terms,  GF.OHGIA HEIGHTS-. Level  lot, some view, about '!i acre  in size, Full price $4,500 with  $2,0(10 down, B��l, over 2 year  ti rut,  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver   Heal   Ivttnte   Board  Multiple  Listing Service  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  4567-26  THE SUN SHINES  ON  DISCRIMINATING BUYERS!! ��� We now have the  opportunity to offer you this  delightful home on lanscaped  view lot. 1600' of gracious living; with basement, double  carport and paved driveway.  Good size living room with  stone fireplace; large den w-  stone fireplace. A really big  kitchen with lots of cupboards,  'family'" dining room, 3 bedrooms and utility roonv on  main floor. Only $35,000.  Some Terms.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Mi  acre of garden, lawns, walks,  flowers, shrubs, trees, fruits,  berries, plants; works, 2 garages. Also included���3 bedroom home, all electric with  fireplace and veiy cozy. Asking $24,500 with  lk  down.  HALFMOON ��� Waterfront  lot, Almost an island attached to the mainland. 300' of  watorfront 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.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165' W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots   on  water system. Choico 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, 2-68' x 1110' lots,  ooth for $0200,  KEATS ISLAND -- 100'  Waterfront lot on Collingwnnd  Road. Piped water nnd Hydro  serve next lot, $7,500,  SILVER SANDS View lot  on highway 101 and Bryan ltd,  Water and Hydro by. $l,r>()0  down or $3,300 cash,  WEST SECHELT ��� 5  150' Highway frontage,  view - - $12,500,  ROBERTS   CHEEK  Acre   close   to   Golf   Con  $0,000 ensh.  ROBERT CHEEK 20 ac  res, 2 miles from golf coiiim--.  Covered with trees, hydro by  and creek through, Offers to  $23,500,  SANDY   HOOK Water  front lot with trrmoiHlou,*-  view of the Inlet, Water nnd  Hydro by. Try  $R,000,  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road, Gibsons, good view.  Phone 885-2818 days, 886-2600  eves. Write Box 4039 Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C.  4039-tfn  BAYVIEW  Sargeant (Northwest) Bay  The Best Of Two Worlds  Offered for the first time���  Magnificent waterfront and  view homesites with superlative Spring Salmon fishing at  your doorstep. Limited number of lots available in this  choice location close to Sechelt  village with all facilitie-s.*'* For  full details and appointment to  view please contact Frank Lewis oi- Morton Maekay at 886-  9900; eves, 886-7088.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  (Exclusive Agent)  Gibsons Coquitlam  4568-26  SELMA PARK: Beautiful  waterfront home (free hold  lot). Just the place for a retiring executive. Lovely garden.  Grand view. House immaculately maintained with new  carpets, Elect, heat, etc. Going now for $27,000. Half cash.  886-2481  UPPER GRANTHAMS:  Brand new home on five acres of good level land. Two acres cleared and in gardens  with 2 wells. House is of concrete block construction, painted white with i-cd roof. In-  sidtrare living room with fireplace, kitchen-dining room,  modern bathroom, utility and  three bedrooms ��� (two unfit., in  attic) F.P. only $21,000 on  terms.  886-2481  GIBSONS RURAL: Almost  4 acres of nicely treed level  land of which 1 ,���*���.' acre cleared  and in grass. Vegetable garden  all planted, just harvest. Ideal  property to keep horses or  other livestock. Two bedroom  house with large sunny kitchen. Close to Gibsons. F.P.  $20,000. Terms.  886-2481  PINE ROAD: 3.3 acres Anybody with imagination can see  this is a lot with possibilities  for building a lovely home in  a quiet area close to the sea.  $4,200. Try your offers.  886-2481  If you have a lot all you have  to do is to move this 2 bedroom bungalow on it and start  living. This must be sold at  $1,600 cash "or equitable trade.  Hurry.  886-2481  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  2  BEDROOM   all   electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only. Ph. 885-2153 after  6- p.m. 4483-tfn  RUSTIC with modern 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.  "523,000. Phone 885-2871.  4254-tfn  WEST SECHELT -- 2 yr. old  family home for sale on  view lot With beach access.  Dining room, kitchen, bathroom & unfinished living rm.  on main floof. Family room.  4 bedrooms, bathroom and  combination bathroom ���laundry up. Enclosed garage. Ph.  885-2821. 4504-26  BOATS & ENGINES  12' PLYWOOD boat with 22  HP -nKitor, remote steering  & controls and windshield.  Best offer over $300. After 6  p.m. 886-2467. 4448-tfn  18 FT. open cabin cruiser with  45  HP  electric start  motor,  $650.   Ph.   886-7430.       4555-28  20 FT. speed boat, hull, brand  new, for sale. Ph. 886-7092.  4539-26  GIBSONS- HEIGHTS: Lots  72' fontage, cleared, ready for  building. We can put you in a  Beaver home of your choice if  you own the lot. Mortgages  available. Come and see our  selection of houses. Lot Price  $3,000  cash,  ) 886-2481  Highway 101, ten acres near  Peninsula   Hotel,   road   allowance on 2 sides.  F.P.  $0,500.  880-2481  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Iasuror.ee  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B. C.  Phono 886-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  CARS & TRUCKS  '65 CHEV  Vt ton pick-up. P.-  M.O.    Plus   extras.   Contact  John Gregg, General Delivery,  Roberts Creek. 4473-26  WE HAVE MOVED  Near  St.  Mary's  Ho-spital  next to Peninsula Motors  Safeco Insurance ���  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident-free driving. Phone 885-  2235   or  call   into  our  office.  We are also agents for  Knight & Squire  Prefab   and   Mobile   Homes  4561-tfn  PETS  TOY    and    miniature    poodle  puppies from $60. Also older  dogs.   885-9797. 4556-28  LIVESTOCK  HORSEPOWER arriving at  the Little Bit Ranch Saturday, May 30. Derby Dee, registered quarterhorse stallion to  .serve your mares. 15-1 hands  high. 1250 pounds. Grey color.  Come and see him or phono  886-2006. 4552-26  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   and   Repaired  Professionally  Evenings:  Ken Crosby  Jack White  Jay Visser  8116-2090  886-2035  805-2300  450(1-2(1  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4220-tfn  FOR SALE  IF IT'S suits ~ it's Morgans.  805-9330, Sechelt, B.C,  8893-tfn  BUY   'your   trash    Incinerator  from    Secln.lt    Kinsmen    at  $3.50 ouch. Phone 1185-9542.  supplies   Ph.  4421-26  FOR SALE (Continued)  125 HP CROWN Chrysler engine.    1%    inch   shaft   and  coupling. Phone 883-2270 after  6   p.m. ' 4557-26  INGLIS washing machine, GE  vacuum cleaner with attachments,    trilig.it    lamp.   Phone  886-2026. 4553-26  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  24  INCH  electric  range,   $50.  30 inch Rock Gas'stove, $30.  Good working order. Ph. 885-  9471. ' 4551-26  STUDIO  lounge,  2 years old,  $50. Table and four chairs.  Phone 885-2849. 4571-26  SMALL  bulldozer,n3~Tr"hya-  raulic blade, winch, canopy,  $500. -Thbnc~88b-2821.  ' 4570-26  ��� aa,!-a�� *  SEE the Handyman books in  The Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Fix your Ford, Chev.,  Volkswagen, Plymouth series,  $4.25 each. Sunset books, ideas  for remodelling homes, building furniture etc. $2.50 each.  Also carpentry, plumbing,  house wiring. Ph. 885-9654.  3936-12  CHROME kitchen table, 4  chairs. Hand lawn mower.  Centrifugal water pump. Full  size bed spring. 10 h.p. John-  sen ootboard motor, good  condition. Ph. 885-9570. 4544-26  DUNCAN Phyffe style dining  table, drop leaves, $25. Ph.  885-2864. 4536-26;  "NOW AT The Times Bookstore, Sechelt ��� Complete  hunting, fishing, sailing &  horseman's bible series, $2.50  each. Sunset gardening &  hobby books. Canadiana books  for adults & juniors. Ph. 885-  9654. 3340-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  we have'''Moved-'  Near  St.   Mary's  Hospital  next to Peninsula Motors  Safeco Insurance  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident-free driving. Phone 885-  2235   or  call   into   our  office.  We arc* also, agents for  Knight & Squire-  Prefab   and   Mobile   Homes  4561-tfn  FOR SALE or TRADE  BUNGALOW, 3 bdrms, kitchen, living room, bathroom,  2 extra rooms. Duroid roof, asbestos shingle siding, ovc-r  1,000 sq. ft., ex. condition. 100  ft. from high water mark. To  be moved. $1,500 cash. Consider agreement of sale good  boat or truck. Approx, 2  weeks deadline. Phone 886-  7731  eves. 4554-26  LEGAL   APPLICATION  FOR  A PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT  1967  We, Towline Properties Ltd.  of 800 Avord Building, 777 "  Hornby Street, Vancouver 1,  B.C., hereby apply to the  Director of Pollution Control  for a permit to discharge effluent from Domestic Subdivision located at Sechelt, B.C.,  onto Company owned land and  give notice of our application  to all persons affected.  The point of discharge shall  be located at approximately  550 feet W.S.W. from entrance  tp Wharf on Porpoise Bay.  The land upon which the  effluent originates is Block 10  (Plan 6457) except Parcel (A)  (Ref. 3692), District Lot 204,  Group 1, New Westminster  District.  The quantity of effluent to  be discharged is as follows:-  Maximium rate 0.185 C.F.S.  (70. Igpm), Maximum 12-Hour  discharge 15,000 Imp. galls.  Average 24-Hour discharge  20,000  Imp.  galls.  The operating season during  which the effluent will be discharged is continuous.  The average characteristics  of the effluent discharged shall  be equivalent to or better than  Suspended Solids 40 pp.m.  Total Solids 300 ppm, B.O.D.  35 ppm, Coliform bacteria  10,000-f- m.p.n. per 100 ml.  The type of treatment to be  applied tc the waste before  discharge is as follows: extended aeration package treatment plant followed by subsurface  disposal  field.  I, Edward T. Rayner���Clerk,  Village of Sechelt, hereby  certify that this application  does not conflict with the local  by-laws of the Corporation of  the Village of Sechelt.  This application dated on  the 24th day of April 1970  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control Regulations.  Agent: Stanley Associates  Engineering Ltd. I  H. W. Buckley, P. En^?  This application is to be  filed with the Director of Pollution Control, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, British  Columbia. Any person whose  rights would be affected in  accordance with the Act may,  within 30 days of the date of  the application, or within 30  days of the date of publication  in The British Columbia Gazette or in a newspaper, or,  where service is required,  within 30 clays of the serving  of a copy of the application,  file wilh tho Director an  objection in writing to thc  granting of a permit stating  how he is affected.      4538-26  FOR   EU'Ctrolux  1185-9474,  ifj I0$1) ���iM'" 7>*i ),���* "t ?**���'-��* "*>  ���t-K-F       JCHa-SICaC  acres  Culf  1.7  se,  IIHtl-22411  WANTED  4!KI3-2tl  Pl.AYJ.H  7740.  piano  iqiilred.  Bfifl-  -1512-27  PHONE  LISTINGS  Do Wortmnn  Vinco Prcwor  Lorrio Girard  Box  ?M, Glb'.oiv.,  Multiple Listing ^Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don.  Hadden 805-9504  886-2393 H. D. GORDON  086-9359 & KENNETT LTD.  086-7760 Phono 885-2013  B.C. Sechelt, B.C.  4S05-20 4502-;  1 A* "A? ����� A ^ Av'-''  j,>v. ^w.vhi' A-*A>>  ��� (��������lJa*,l"Ki**- b4(*i*-|*.�� ,-.*<. Ja.,��  ���  ii- f,a&.w*w<i;>i?-.V* .-ii,-). j! j  ���F    '��...���*      F��(       <���      .        .*,(   ^       - f  "- ' , -Mat* FiftU-I ' I . .*,.���..... ... - ^  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. -300D  Our Representative Mr. Good Collect 263-4993 (24 hour.)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  At Madeira Pork, plu*. 8 lots, $20,000 handled,  COMMERCIAL  At  Sechelt,  300' watorfront, all services available,  Suitable for  Motel/Hotel complex, $68,000.  ..*;,,..  a,     \     ���**   a  "-F-s.F-aFaiy.t  joaar1*  *!* !?. t* "  1'  BEAUTIFUL 2.4 ACRE WILLIAM ISLAND  At   Irvine's   Londlno   In   Pender   Harbour.   1,400  ft,   waterfront/  sheltered, drilled well, Full prlco $35,000 wilh  $10,000 down.  9fl' Waterfront lot al Pender Horbour-   $7000,  i 95' Waterfront lot ot Earl Cove--$9000.  Mi Acre icml-woterfront lot at Eoil Cove     $2500.  230' Woterlront, Pender lloibour, open to ofler.  6\'.>,  Acre*., Madeira  Pork,   1100'  frontooo on  Hlohway-- $0000  10 Acre*;, I'nrl Cnvr, open t" "Mrr.  A Hi Acri't with 5!i0' on Lilllo Lake, open lo offer,  I '1> Acre view lot, Madeira Pork���$4'j00.  Many other view and '.em! waterfront lot*, fi-irn $2r)00 to $B00(),  ��   ���*.  TeFiTH available on above i*>r*upt-ilk-\, .  Discount for Cosh.  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park,  B.C.  Phono Ponder Harbour 083-2233  DUSINESSES  Ladles'/Children's Wear, llttlo or no competition, located rloht* In  the centre of" the Penlnsulo, Excellent opportunity. Terms.  Variety Store 5 fi. 10c located on penlnitila. Prime location 1750  sq, ft, Ideal for mon and wife operation, Stock $20,000. Terms,  Evcrorcen collcctlno wholesaler plus small theatre. 100' waterfront  with four bedroom residence. Land alone worth half asklna value.  High return for owner-operator, investigate this and phona mo,  Mr. Good 263-4993, Terms on $55,000, or your houso In part  trado,  PENDER HARBOUR  Locofed overlooking   Garden   Bay  West   ond   Southern  exposure  |ust  off  t|ic  hlohway with eight average sIao lots,  con  ba -sub.  divided.  $20,000 down or your property In  trade,   Ideal  retirement, Mr, Good, 263-4993,  LOTS  Two wotcifront on Ernnres Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  each, Also SO ocres $45,000,  Tom $1250 Gauleii Uav lake, soo signs.  WATERFRONT  Desirable tot at Sechelt $9,250, Low down payment.  HOMES  Summer or Perm,  resldenrn Halfmoon Bay, Garden Ray   Pender  Jnn/' *',,,t'*vr' W.900. Larger modern home $10,000 down  or 300 near Hopkins landing, Howe Sound, obout $25,000 will  hnndlo. Will nover bo repeated, As a prestige waterfront residence.  Over b twlrooms and guest nccorr-mndntinn, largo grounds,  oxTToo-0' ''"*,nfi*"* **������"��������� --"-an Acreages, Phone Mr, Good  o V. . '. 1 ,KH"V ' "'I'"""! vour oteo. Block Bros.  Heolty Ltd the largest in the West, I om a realtor ond o  member of thr Ind.ntilal, Comme.rlal ond Investment Division  ot the greater Vancouver Real Estato Board.  TOR THE 5UWHINF COAST, PllftNE Ml"-WE SELL!  2('.95 Gianville  St.,  Vancouver    Mr   Good  2634993    24   hours.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ASK rOR-VTUT. CATALOGUE LEGALS (Continued)  Wednesday, Moy 27,1970  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  Another success .  I  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate"  Madeira Park, Ponder Harbour.  Take notice that Robert Albert Edwardson of Madeira  Park, occupation fisherman  intends to apply for a lease of  .the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted at the high water  mark ,on the East Boundary  of Lot 1, D.L. 1023, Plan 7125  Vancouver Land Dist. thence  . north 30 ft. thence N.E. x East  230 ft. thence 200 ft. N. 26* E:  thence W. 120 ft.; thence  South 216*> for 420 ft; thence  South 19�� 15' for 30 ft.; thence  East to point of commencement and containing one acre,  more or less.  The purpose for which the  lease is required is .moorage  for my commercial fishing  boat and herring ponds, pens  etc. for Tyee Products Ltd.  processors.  Robert  Albert   Edwardson  Dated April 20, 1970.  4441-pub. May 6, 13, 20, 27.  Peninsula sports  BRONCO  League:   Wed.,   May   20���Gibsons  Kinsmen  22,  Gibsons Merchants  19. Legion 140 (Sechelt 13, Wilson Creek  Orieles 4.  Thursday. May 21���Roberts Creek at  Gibsons Firemen���no score available.  Sunday, May 24���Wilson Creek Orieles 14," Gibsons Merchants 4. Sechelt  Legion 140 19, Gibsons Kinsmen 3. Roberts Creek and Residential Eagles no  score available.  COMING GAMES  Wed., May 27���Wilson Creek Orieles  at Gibsons Firemen. Roberts Creek at  Legion 140 (game at Wilson Creek park).  Thurs., May 28���Residential Eagles at  Gibsons Kinsmen.  Sun., May 31���Gibsons Merchants at  Sechelt Legion. Firemen at Residential  Eagles. Gibsons Kinsmen at Wilson Creek  Orioles.  MEN'S SOFTBALL COMING GAMES  Thurs., May 28���Gibsons Firemen at  Wilson Creek. Gibsons Shakers at Peninsula Hotel.  Sun., May'31���Wilson Creek at RCMP  (Hydro). Firemen at Shakers.  Tuesday. June 2���Hydro at Firemen.  Junior Babe Ruth baseball scores for  the past week:  Wed., May 20���Panthers 18, Sunny-  cre.'-t  3,  Winning pitcher Gerry Harris.  Fri., May 22���Panthers 8, Legion 140  4. Two home runs, Keith Jaeger, Legion  140 and Carl Swanson. Panthers. Winning  * pitcher,  Carl  Swanson,  SCHEDULE  Wed., May 27���Sechelt vs Panthers,  Brothers Park.  Sat., May 30���Sunnycrest vs Sechelt,  Hackett Park.  Mon., June 1���Panthers vs Sechelt,  Iluckett Park.  MONDAY May 18th dawned bright and  sunny for Sechelt's 22nd May Day .md  promptly at 10:30 a.m. led by scarlet  coated officers of Sechelt R.C.M.P. detachment, the parade moved-���off from  the Residential School grounds.  Five float planes from Tyee Airways  circled the parade route which was  packed with spectators who loudly applauded the boys and girls of the Residential School Band, once again under  thc direction of Brother - MacDonald.  Floats and decorated cars;' numerous  horses and walking entries followed together with the parade's second .band,  Elphinstone School Band which also played during the May Queen' crowning  ceremonies.  Missing this year was the traditional  May Pole dancing and square dancing  but the May Queen's crowning was as  delightful as ever with brjlliantly costumed members of the Residential School  Band lining each side of the blue carpeted  ceremonial approach to the dais and giving a drum roll for each participant.  There were many lovely queens in Ihe  parade from Gibsons, Pender - Harbour  and both secondary schools.  CEREMONIES  ��� Prior to tho crowning, retiring Queen  Cindy Steele gave an address of thanks  and expressed every good wish-to the  new queen. '    . "  Newly crowned Queen Pamela Watson  then unrolled her parchment and after  a delightfully phrased speech of thanks  proclaimed "May Happiness Reign Supreme".  Indian Princess Lucy Joe then gave  her May Day speech, referring to the  history of her people and the hope that  she would live up to the tradition of  former Indian Princesses. <  Mayor Bill Swain and Minister without Portfolio Mrs. Isabel Dawson gave  appropriate speeches and Mrs. Chades  Mittelsteadt assisted the newly crowned  queen in presenting parade prizes and  trophies.  chool Band  ay cereinoiiY  Hemstreet announced the following winners in the parade:  Decorated bicycles: Barbara Jackson;  Kelly Bodharek; Scott Rodway.  Commercial: Campbell's Variety; B.C.  Forest Service; Peninsula Motors.  Private: Flower Power entered by  three  nurses.  Horses: Karen Fearnley's "Aquarius";  Arabian Eentfy; * the Christmas family,  Red Indian style.  Clubs & Organizations: Elphinstone  Band;  Retarded   Children's   Association;  Walking: Mrs. Dorothy Parsons and  her Saint Bernard.  Full picture coverage will be given  in next week's issue of the Times.  Typist, referring to office girl-wat-  chefsr'\Scmctimes I'feel like a piece of  cheese in the office rat race."  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Suhday School  10 a.m.  Service  11  a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  .��n'iBtv*'y*^';s^'*i��1^^  ���y--*��-i .^'i'^^.^>Vo.:^..'..'*i:.\  TROPHY AWARDS  Master   of   Ceremonies  {DEVELOPMENT  ROAD BUiLDBftg.&  KOCIC WOI3IC  Call  ���Osborne .Logging ��@. Ui  Box 189, Sechell*. B.C.  Phone 885-9767  Mr.   Maurice     \j; tJl16i.A^.^.Al AA ..teA.-,,^  rm*  NEW  SHRUB ROSE  Tho Martin Frobisher shrub rose,  developed by Dr. Felieitas Svejda of the  Canada Agriculture Hosonreh Stat kin,  Ottawa, has been an instant success. Tbe  Martin Frobisher rose is one of the very  few winter hardy shrub roses currently  available' in Canada.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  FOR ST. HILDA'S SERVICES  Call 885-9440  or 885-9673  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  Bfflaflf-jay^^  May 22���10:30 a.m. Coffee Party,  Wilson Creek Community Assoc,  Community Hall,  May 28���2 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. L.A, to Guides & Brownies Spring  Ted & Bazaar.  May 28���10 "a.m. Latter Doy Saints Boke Sale at Shop-Eosy, Sechelt.  May 29���2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall. L.A. Rummage Sale, tea  and cakes.  May 29--���7:30-9:30  p.m.  Wilson Creek  Hall.  Wilson Creek Cubs  &  Scouts Boxing Match.  May 30���From   10 a.m.  Super-Valu. Gibsons Cubs  &  Scouts  Door to  Door Bottle Drive.  May 31���3:30 p,m. St. Aidan's Hall, Roberts Creek. Recent slides taken  in the Holy Land.  June 3���8 p,m. St. Hilda's Hall. Sechelt Garden Club meeting.  Juno 6���8:30 p.m. Wilson Creek Holl. Community Club Dance.  ASK ABOUT OUR SAFECO INSURANCE  AND SAVE MONEY  Multiples Listing Servico  Vancouver Real Estate.  Ooard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Sechelt 885-2235  A��ENa  24 HOURS Gibsons 886-7015  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP       A  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture -  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Crack, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402  Box 1B5, Gibsons, 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  J                   Pino Rd. & Grandvicw Ave.                 I   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 tho Chcvron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721   Ret. 886-9956, 886-9326   , __. _  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and  Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi' and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pcndor Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414   '  rvijv  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MSRMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, D.C.  Sunday School 10:00 o.m,  Church Sorvico 11:15 a.m,  PHONE 005-9665  Ail We/como  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undennmlnntlonol)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Sorvico ��� HilS nm.   |  Evenlnn Servico 7:90 p.m,  PASTOR RfcV. S. CASSCLLS  Davli Day Road and A'butut  (2 block* up from Hlghwoy)  "to?**.  me nave n  NEAR ST. GARY'S HOSPITAL  Next to Peninsula .Motors, Sechelt  1  i��M r***!^., *"' f,. ������� ! -"  ***&..  0  A'  ���A  '/-.***'  t I '  -a.*".,   at  "**v        '���"  > '  fT\rrtfr^^N*!-i '"���'  t"   jf       'AU      La*.   -      ,.,U \  1   "I  I      <  "Tho Spiritual Revolution"  BAHAI'S' OF SUNSHINE COAST  085-2088 - Secholt, B.C.  Dahoi  Fireside  every Tuesday - Phone 886-2078  ^'i'S.W",!^--.^-*'-^^  m vs&i&sv^^^^^i-x^s"���*?**?  .WW*!*  Our New Building Looked Liko This 48 Hours After  Arrival On Site.  SEE US AT OUR  OPE-N HOUSE  Wc aro Agent* for Knight & Squire Mobile and"Prefab Homes  SECHELT AGENCIE  PHO^E 885-2235  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  ���      j      Bal Block - Gibsons  4 Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9$63 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Coll 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  1  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Boninger  Box 14, Secohlt. B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furnituro Recovery a Specialty  Pino lino of fabrics.  Samples brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AU0IN  Tel. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sot-holt to Pcndor Harbour  Phono 883-2426    R.R. 1 Modolfo Pork. 1. C.   GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK  Albert Ronnbcrg 806-2996  or Norman Coatcs 886-2483  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  1 ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentqls.  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 886-2173  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furnituro to anvwlicro In Canada.  General Freight.  Low-bed and heavy hauling  Canadian jj^ropane  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMAThS  Phono 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  B.C.  Re j. 886-2131  Gibsons,  Offico 886-2481  ROY & WAGENAAR  B,C-  Land Surveyors  Marino  Building - Porpoise Bay  Secholt, B.C.  805-2332 or ZEnith  6430  Welcome to tho Floorshine Coa*-.t,  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  5pcr.oll.tf. In C'nnnln-a- Honr WoKlng  Sprny HuMlno - Window Cleaning  Rf ASONAtll I.  RATI".  KEN C. STRANGE  Phono 886-7131  - Gibsons, B.C.  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Architectural Dcilgncri . General Contractor*  Residential and Commercial  Phono 003-2013, Secholt,  or Vancouver 601.S710  ALEX FOLEY or GEORGE AftDLEY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873 ,.  Scows ������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Hoovy Equipment Moving & Loa Towina  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steam-fitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pcndor Harbour  Parts & Marino  Sorvico  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drlvo  Lawn Boy, Sportyak,  Springbok,  K&C Thermoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phona 883-2266  WORK WANTED  (totolllllnn ��� Lawn*, ond Lawhcapln,)  Cnipenlry - Plumbing . Septic Tnnkv  Lot* cleared of .lel>rl�� or ony |ob.  No Job Too Small ond Seldom Too lllrj,  Phono 085-9418  WftTlom 3. Oootcy, R.R. 1, Secr-crt, B.C.  COAST BACK HOE AND TRUCK LTD.  /      Bockhoo ond Truck Rentals  Fill lor Salo  Phono 803-2274  Pox 89 - Madeira Park, B.C.  I  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Mode 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 - Sechelt, B.C.  TILLICUM HEATING 8. SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira  Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential, Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsoil  Fill - Drain Rocks - Sewers  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono 883-2265 or 883-2721  STUCCO  Old Homes A Speciality  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box  552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshino Coast* Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Phono 886-2684  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Go*; - Dli'Mil Rcpolr-i - Welding  Evlnrudo Salo*. - OMC Porli fl. Sorvico  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Toplna ond rilllni) by bond nnd mnrblnn  ���    ri|ii(iy To* S|)oikli> Celling*.    -  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Creek, B.C.  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  Tor The Best Job In Town  Phono 805-2375 anytime  FREE ESTIMATES  Box  593, Sochclt  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Dlv, of Conn Oockhoe & Trucking Ltd.  llbn'Olo*.-. Septic lonkri void ond ln'.H.II<*d  Omni Tdr ��� Cement ��� Hemtorrlno. It<nh  Dislnbutlon I.i>m>%, etc.  Box 89, Madeira  Park  Phono 083-2274  COAST BACKHOE 8. 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The Peotnsuia,5^^06
"/ may fee wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what 1 believe to be right."
—John Atkin
Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor — Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher
Bffeay IBay F«Bto!lia{§ pa^nlai°lty
WHILE many annual events in small
communities drop by the wayside,
due mainly to changing times, the Sechelt May Day celebration has continued
to attract large turnouts. In fact, of recent years, it has become more popular
than ever. This last event was no exception and even though entries in the parade were a little less than last year, the
whole project has been reported as surpassing expectations.
There was a time a few years ago
when the celebrations did show signs
of faltering and at that time the Sunshine Coast Lions Club undertook responsibility of the arrangements. Since
that time the event has grown in popularity and has proved a valuable fund raiser
for the various organisations participating.
Bulk of the proceeds undoubtedly go
to the Lions who donate funds to a
number of worthy causes, most ^notable
being the physiotheraphy equipment for
St. Mary's Hospital. Already some
thousands of dollars Have gone to this
particular project.
What often gets sadly overlooked is
thc fact that a tremendous amount of
work and man hours go into an operation such as May Day. Arrangements
are planned well in advance, work parties
' formed, other organizations approached
and a multitude of details taken care of.
While certain credit goes to council
for its financial participation, it is to be
borne in mind that without the manpower
supplied by anybody such as thc Lions,
the whole celebrations would probably
have slipped into oblivion long ago. It
might be argued that this was not the
case in the past when interested citizens
gathered together and arranged thc entire, event. However, conditions have
changed considerably. A new look was
needed to inspire interest; local residents
who had previously given so much of
their time and labour had become somewhat tired and sought a respite and the
whole thing had become, of necessity,
a larger undertaking.
In acknowledging the worthwhile endeavors of the' Lions Club we would add
that the odd criticism is inevitable, usually from those who have little or no
* claim to any noteworthy accomplishments
on behalf of the community. This, most
rca.sonable people well know, consequently such criticisms carry little weight.
At the same time, it is extremely frustrating for an organizations which has
given so much, for no personal reward,
to later be subjected to ill-advised condemnation.
Fortunately, the Lions have had to
endure very little of this type of response,
for the work carried out for community
betterment by the club is now jvell-
known and appreciated. Nevertheless,
there is a distinct possibility that next
year the club will bow out. This would
be a sad situation for at this time it is
thc only club in the Sechelt area with
sufficient manpower and dedication to
shoulder such a project successfully.
Certainly members are not to be blamed
for seeking a rest, at the same time, wc
can but hope their plans for turning
over the chore to others will be careful
consideration before a final decision is
ffiippeft§ claiiee a -§i€5Uy glf
Readers Right
High ideals *
Editor, The Times,
Sir: Several weeks ago newspapers
and magazines throughout Canada carried
advertising offering, in return for $2.00,
information on jobs in the Arctic area,
specifically in Alaska and the Yukon
As a result, readers who responded to
these ads found themselves $2.00 poorer,
and many even travelled north and were
stranded without any' prospects of a job.
About that - time, your advetristng
representatives in Vancouver, Armstrong-
Dagg Ltd., approached our Pacific Regional Headquarters here in Vancouver to
inquire about the validity of the ads.
When we explained that there were in
fact very-few such jobs available and
that we felt the advertising to be misleading, in view of our knowledge of the
job market, Armstrong-Dagg Ltd. advised
all their member publications in B.C.
not to use the material.
This attitude, and the fact that individual publishers like yourself throughout
B-C. refused to run the ads, undoubtedly
saved a great deal of distress on the part
of many people.
I consider this to typify the highest
ideals of our free press and I wish to take
this opportunity to thank you for your
Director General. Pacific Region.
Dept. Manpower and Immigration
Fish derby
Editor, The Times
Sir: Once again I must impose on your
kindness for a little publicity, but last
night, a delegation came to my house to
see when the Fishing Derby was going to
commence. It has been so cold and windy,
no children came to the wharf, but now
the days are longer and getting warmer,
I said wc* might start next week, for a
time I thought my life was in danger, so
I had to promise right away.
This children's fishing derby is made
passible through '.he children themselves
who go out and collect the money, with
tho assistance of their mothers who make
pies for the Pie Contest.
Margaret Gibbons and her little friends
do the collecting and four of us do the
managing. They have their own bank account.   Mrs.   Newman,  Mrs.  Wilson,  Mr.
Page A-4       ' The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, May 27.1970
WHAT surely must be one of the mos;
onerous and precarious occupations
i.s that of administrator, or secretary
treasurer to a public body such as council, school board of regional district.
"- Such a position calls for a great deal
of specialized knowledge regarding both
accounting and the legislation together
with an understanding of the multitude
of problems encountered in thc daily
routine. It is therefore reasonably obvi-
ous that while the elected body he works
under is the actual figurehead, he is,
generally, the man with the knowledge
and ability. And, indeed, is paid accordingly.
What thc general public, who pays
the shot, does not realize is the fact that
such a public employee faces the most
unholy intrigue, petty politics, interference and insufferable pressure from
cliques that his position frequently becomes untenable. The taxpaying public
is then put to added expense in order
to obtain thc services of another administrator who, often, proves far less efficient that the last. Reason for this
latter observation is that the community,
via the professional grapevine, soon gets
a poor reputation and a good map will
not apply.
, It is six years since Council of
Gibsons and the School Board decided
the time had arrived for employment
of fully trained Secretary Treasurers.
SincAthat time, tremendous progress has
been made by both bodies.
Unfortunately, along ihe way, one
of the most maligned administrators to-
date, and without any valid cause, has
been the present Secretary Treasurer for
School District 46. Since his arrival in
the area ihe barbs have been levelled
in his direction. Not by one person but
by   a   couple   of   small   but   vociferous
The Peninsula*^^*
Published Wednesday-, nt Sechelt
on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast
Sechelt PcnliiMilu Times Ltd.
Ilox 310- Sechelt, H.C.
Douglas Q, Wheeler, lulltor
S. II. Alsgard, Publisher
.Subscription Rules; (in advance)
I Yciir, $5 - 2 Ycnrs, $9 - 3 Years, $13
U.S. nnd I-'orclijn, $5,50
St n ing the area front Port Mellon to Egtmni
(Howe .Sound to Jervis Inlet)
groups and a handful of individuals who,
one would gather, had personal a.\es to
grind in one way and another.
On his arrival in the district, Mr.
Metzler found he had inherited a col-
losal empire which, by obvious public
opinion, had to be drastically cut down
to size. This he proceeded to do and in
short time the squeals commenced as
thc bandwagon ceased to operated.
A series of letters were submitted
to The Times as "letter to the editor"
all carried different signatures and all
attacking the Secretary Treasurer. Once
suspicion dawned wc soon discovered
that half thc names were not listed and,
in fact, all letters came from thc same
vicious little typewriter. We subsequently
ceased publication of the letters.
Next, another little group questioned
thc ability of Mr. Metzler, and virtually
demanded an investigation of his book*-
kecping. As a means to an ■> end, the
Board employed the services of reputable
accountants and had an investigation
carried out. Needless to say, a clean bill
of health resulted and Mr. Metzler was
credited with doing his job with extreme
This evidently has failed to quell the
insidious activities of a little clique which
behind the scenes has continued the
So deplorable was the campaign in
its early stages that one husband and
wife team actually asked the Times to
publish a paid advertisement seeking a
Secretary Treasurer for this district. The
legal implication together wilh the sickness ol" the attempt to embarrass this
man was such that we naturally refused
their ad and their 'money. One of these
people holds a position in public office
which should, by conscience, be vacated *
by the simple process of resignation.
Belu'nd the scenes, we would suggest, sticky little fingers-tire manipulating cords from which misguided puppets
dance a sorry pirouette. Such being the
case, this very person should give .serious consideration to his own possible
future shortcomings, There is such a
thing as "the kettle calling the pot
Fletcher's Philosophy
—Harry W. Fletcher
J.  Mortimer Blank, a conservative bloke.
Had never been known to taste liquor nor
He kept out of politics, guarded his health.
Did things open-handed and never by stealth.
He stayed close to home with his feet on
the  ground
And never went swimming for fear he'd
be drowned.
Net much of a lover, he took for his wife
A lovely young girl who'd known  nothing
but strife.
He fathered no children, but taught her
lo cook.
Supported  the church and just  lived by
thc book.
It's hard to believe but "this paragon male
Was shot by his wife when just age forty-eight.
Now Hlasfcmus Brass, born thc very same day,
Developed his life in a liberal way,
l-letted  lo office  he  rapidly went
To a  top  paying job in  Big Government.
Cigars by the do/en he smoked, and he drank
Like trying lo fill up a bottomless tank.
Me drove like a cyclone and worked like
a horse,
Had  seventeen   wives  whom   he   shucked
by divorce.
He loved to climb mountains to ski down
the   slopes.
Amassed i|iu'te a fortune by knowing the ropes.
He killed opposition with speeches and pen
And died in his sleep ut one hundred and ten
W. Taylor and myself, run the derby
which will commence May -27 and continue on to 4 o'clock June 27. The contest
is open ,to all boys and girls up to the age
of 12 years. Visitors-can take part but if
they win will not be allowed to take the
trophy off the Peninsula." Mr.- and Mrs.
McLeod of the Peninsula Market will
weigh the fish or crabs. Mr. Vic Franske
from Vic's Motel will measure the dog
fish.     ' .. . .       ':■"..''.■•'■'
The Canadian Legion Branch 14Q is
offering a lovely trophy for the biggest
salmon of the season. This contest is open
to boys and girls up to 18 years. The
date when the contest closes will be announced later. A little money will accompany the trophy, so boys and girls, get .
out your fishing rods and try your luck.
The usual Pie Eating Contest will be*
hed on Saturday, June 27.
Davis Bay
Marine Park
Editor, The Times,
Sir: Perhaps you would care to publish
the following copy of a letter I have
recently cent to Prime Minister Pierre
Elliot Trudeau:
I address you regarding drilling for
oil in the Straits of Georgia. We, the
people of British Columbia, feel very
strongly about this, and will try, — I
repeat, try, — to prevent risking a repetition of the tragic Santa Barbara, California, oil drilling affair, which had .such
dire consequences.
By all means, do have these beautiful waters declared and dedicated as a
Marine Underwater Park; thereby saving
them for posterity; thereby barring them
from possible pollution caused by commercialism; and thereby preserving our
marine life, bird, life, and coast beaches.
1 commend you highly, Sir, for,the
splendid job you are doing for Canada,
in your present tour of the DOWN-
Under Countries.
(Mrs.)  VERA  LOBB
Editor, The Times
Sir: We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to Mr. Bill Nielson, Mr.
Neil Campbell and the Canadian Propane
Ltd. for their support in our draw held on
May Day.
The winners were: S. Middlemiss.
ticket 209; R. A. Hill, ticket 377; W. Har-
rowell, ticket 470.
Sechelt Volunteer Fire Dept.
where it can be properly disposed - of.
We can just imagine the state of some
people's yards and home by the appearance of Hackett Park. Everyone wails
about pollution and .yet there was ample
evidence on Monday that there's an attitude of who1 cares, someone will clean
it up after — but who, and why. I give
great credit to those who worked so
Hard to make a great day for all and
their efforts do not go unheeded.
Sincere thanks
Editor, The Times
Sir: On behalf of the Board of School
Trustees, I am pleased to extend sincere
thanks for the support of" your newspaper
in the successful passage of our Referendum No. 10.
Board of School Trustees
that is spreading with wildfire speed.
The Womens' Institute is NOT disbanding.
We HAVE sotd our cottage propery.
Higher taxes;   hydro;  water and  repairs are the "reason. Also the expected
sewage, when we could not afford to install full facilities.
We shall carry on our work in W.I..
and community projects as always.
Director, Howe Sound W.I,.
Gibsons, B.C.
False rumour
Editor, The Times
Sir: May I correct an erronious rumour
Blake C. Alderson D.C
Post Office Building Sechelt
Phone 885-2333
Resi 886-2321
Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
FRIDAYS. S:0® p.m.
Jackpot $30©
$75 TO GO
H Phone 885-2339 H
Not a success
Editor,  The  Times,
Sir: Sechelt May Day was NOT a
It was not a success because of the
profusion of rubbish which littered Hackett Park — papers, bottles, cups etc., etc.
Granted there may have been a lack
of sufficient trash; cans but this does
not prevent people from putting their
hamburger or hot dog wrapper in their
pocket and taking it home or to their car.
I have been in many public parks and
community areas in various parts of the,
world and for lack of finding a trash
can have carried my  refuse to a place
1659 Sunshine Coast Highway af Wyngaert Road, Gibsons
Phone 886-7112
•ft CARPETS       it TILES       -& "LINOLEUMS
CllUl.'   l)IT.'(l.*l',S   could   /;lv.'   Ul('l",,M,IV-*'1
nnd the entire IncUiNtry n '.elplnit l.itii.l if
Ihi'.v would k.M!|. records of tin* liiith of
nhnoi'liml ciilv.-s. l)|,,*riitiii*,i of uililK*ial
Insemination renter*, need the Inlornm-
llon lo help cattle producer*, avoid problem,!,
near St. Mary's Hospital next
to  Peninsula  Motors, Sechelt.
Ask  for Frco Catalogue of
Real Estate
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SECHELT,  B,C,   .
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Sechelt 885-9654
May  14,  1970
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Cooking School Column,
Peninsula Times.
Box 310,
Sechelt. B.C.
Dear Sir:
■ \
I have just seen your column on Cornish Pasties, The recipe you
showed is not Cornish Postles as tho English know them,
This Christmas I was in Cornwall and learned how to make real
Cornish Pasties and I though! I would pass it along to you.
Your pastry recipe Is alright but filling should be as follows;
) lb. stewing beef (raw)
2-3 onions (raw)
2-3 medium lo largo potatoes (raw)
1 small (very) turnip (raw)
Chop oil Ingredients very small i.e. beef Into about I inch pieces.
Mix beef, onions, potatoes, and turnip together, Roll out dough Into
about 6 inch squares. Spoon about Vi cup of mixture into the centre
of each square, Sprinkle "with pepper (the moglr. ingredient) and fold
over turnover stylo, Pinch edges, Ploce on grenscd cookie sheet and
brush witli milk, water or egg, Prick wilh foik and bake in 350 oven
for 35-40 minutes, or until golden brown ond bubbly.
These ore the real Cornish Parties that Ihey make in Cornwall
Fwjluncl. Hope you enjoy them.
'Peninsula Pluming
Your Kemtone
Sherwin Williams
Paint Dealer
Phono 886-9533
Gibsons, B.C.
» Fashion is a byword
Smart Shoppers are
found at .  .  .
Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 086-9941
Yours truly,
Phono 806-9994
Sunnycrest Shopping Centre
Serving Tho Sunvhlno Coast
805-2283 - Sechelt, B.C.
xssrsk? ��rHM"^p-(1y"H^y i*y hwhup'w -^ ^yi^^iiy'^j^^n^T^'yn^^J^r^iij^^ij^^^^^-*^^^^^ j  David Niven feature  in moving war drama  AT THE end of World  War II, British  Major Burnside (David Niven), demoted from his regiment due to an  act of bravery that misfired, is assigned  to command a Displaced Persons camp  in Austria. That is the start of "Before  Winter Comes", a rather moving drama,  showing this week at the Sechelt Theatre  on the Waterfront.  There is a constant arrival, at the  camp, of frightened civilian war victims,  refugees of various nationalities, who  must be resettled with either the Americans or the Russians; The days are  crowded Avith the problems of the homeless and bewildered, while endless arguments continue between the officials.  Apparently every refugee wishes to  go to the American zone, but the Russians are insistent about regaining their  own people. Confusion caused by the  language barrier is formidable until a  multilingual refugee turns up ��� one  Janovic, without papers and of doubtful  allegiance but of infinite retsourceful-  ness.  The picture's humanity is steadily  sustained by the moving performances,  particularly those of David Niven and of  the gifted Israeli actor Topol as the endearing interpreter.  Wednesday. Moy 27, 1970 The Peninsula Times *     ���  Page A-3  A LINK HARDWARE EXCLUSIVE  ���   ���Guaranteed by G.E.���-  25-40-60 and 100 watt.  SECHELT  885-2171  mro,!g^^  v  Gibsons Club  Following a course of instruction and    those who have been involved in fire- Mrs. Megan   Moorcroft and   Denis  2 hour exam, sixteen members of   arm accidents. ".Successful   Gibsons Herie; Standing: Don Head; Merrill  both Sechelt and Gibsons Rod & Gun    members are from left seated: Mor- Jones; Austin Moorcroft; Mike Haner  Clubs are now qualified instructors    ris   Nygren;    Mrs.   Sandra Jones; and Barry Roth,  in a course which is mandatory for  ��-!���  r  i  *-,Fyfc"a��. wv,w> *������%} ti  F"  WE HAVE -.'MOVED  near St. Mary's Hospital next  to Peninsula Motors, Sechelt.  Ask for JFree Catalogue of  Real Estate  Agencies Ltd.  BOX 155 PH. 885-2235  SECHELT, B.���.  SEE US AT OUR OPEN HOUSE  Agents for Knight & Squire  Mobile and Prefab Homes  htWflf.'.n...��>, i < i mi.iiiva m r r i j Hat... ?.>>,* ,')*,; \   , ���  ���s.  Sechelt Club  Sechelt Rod and Gun Glub now has  six members fully qualified to give  Hunter Training Instruction. Conservation Officer Mr. Pat. Mulligan  awarded certificates and crests to  ODE TO THE GOURMET :     f a^f.   las��: Friday   From   left:  by J. s. Browning Joe Mellis;    Bea   Rankin;   George  ---.. ~y���.���-*-������*-. Flay, Pat Mulligan; Harold Nelson;  Mr. Kerr and your lovely wife Treena    Bob"Jlmls and Bill Rankin.  On your cooking I'm getting keener  and keener  But the trend's to reduce  And live on fruit juice  And get leaner and leaner and leaner.  <7  arf*   'f     *  ^    i-a  ''f��f4-fi*     ***"*'Civ>.r'->C��a     -a---a.a     , ���>-      *   *'  .,    /���   , - * a -t   >���*      -a.,\��     V        *     -"a.  *      . "a.        *-   f^v      .     5*~a     �� V-Vaa^cF-F    ��W 4, *^       A ,  ~*-Au) \-a>a  ��yj^ir *jn��ta-awv.*.y>.*y.. -v-. ���'��.*���������* , ���'���^w.-jyu^wM'*  X *>>. If*    v '   '  3  . / aa    .a^F*."Fla   1    .v.    VfF -, aaF -a��.      a.      i  ^C^        J "**  * -'31  ���S.W  , ^^A**-**--  *���"   XV%aK ''" <f     \ v  aaI^Ka-'^A' av ���  |IJUUUUUI��IAJ��l*.I.IU.n<��<-**i"''.'-**��������*<"^^ I  III  BRIGHTEN UP BRICKS  Brighten up the finish on your bricks  with a "brick red" paint or a clear silicone  sealer. The clear silicone sealer is a  moisture repellent and may improve the  finish. You have a choice of finishes with  brick red paint ��� alkyd is glossy, latex  is flat.  *-V*V V.--".    *A\   J.a . $.V**.��  For exciting holiday variety, your  home province has it all. From big  city fun in Vancouver to relaxing  ranch life in the Cariboo. From  historic sites like Fort Steele to  natural wonders like the Fraser  Canyon. From warm, sandy beaches  to magnificent mountain reaches.  Name your favorite kind of holiday  country - chances are you'll find  it right in your own backyard.  V F  ^���"fs  lg"  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF TRAVEL INDUSTRY  Hon. W. K. Kiernan, Minister    ,  R. B. Worley, Deputy Minister  Your dollar's worth more at home"  SCHOOL DISTRICT Hlo. 46  (SECHELT)  Sechelt���885-9654  vvvwyvvwM���,MWU��vw>nrvvvw*��M��w��������J*;����ag*^^  I  i  a  i  uuuorrxuuiiici  Mil  )P3 ALL PAREffl.  >  w mil scfiool fm will falie place as follras:  DAVIS BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  First Year (Grade 1) Wednesday, May 27, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  Kindergarten and First Year (Grade 1) Monday, May 25 to Friday,  May 29. 9:00 a.m, tp 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m,  LANGDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  First Year (Grade 1) Friday, May 29. 9:00 a.m, to 3:00 p.m.  MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  Kindergarten and First Year (Grade 1) Monday, May 25 to Friday,  May 29. 9:00 a,m, to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m,  ROBERTS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  First Yeor (Grade 1) Tuesdayi May 26 and Wednesday, May 27.  10.00 a.m, to 2:00 p.m,  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  (Sechelt and West Sechelt Kindergarten and First Year (Grado 1)  register at the Sechelt Elementary School,) Monday, May 25 to  Friday, May 29, 9:00 o.m. to 3.00 p.m.  It is important that all children who will bo going to Kindergarten  and First Year (Grado 1) in Septelnhor, 1970, he registered as soon os  possible during the above registration dates, Your co-operation will bo  greatly appreciated,  If your child will roach tho age of five on or before December 31,  1970, ho may be registered for Kindergarten In Gibsons Elementary  School, Sechelt I'lcmentary School or Madeira Park Elementary School.  Transportation to and from tho school is tho parent's responsibility.  Register your child at the closest school,  All children who will reach the age of six on or before December  31, 1970 should be registered (or First Year (Grade I) at tho nearest  elementary school. No school registration may be made without proof  of age by moons of either a birth certificate or a baptismal certificate,  Pupils presently In Kindergarten should be registered for First Year  (Grade 1), In those coses where a registration form has been sent home  wilh Ihe Kindergarten pupil and has already been returned to the  schools it is not necessary for the child to be registered again. Records  from Kindergarten or other preschool experience should be submilted  to the school.  ,  30  You can pay the price of a ^��uMm��  let a car M&��[iQt Pontiac's smooth  gh resale value.  g-car comfort ai  ou can aet a Pontiae.  Size up the cars���and the deals.  At your Pontiae dealer's. Today.  *AflX  ^'*    "I*   '*a.*Sa  f la!*tar<  tDP ..a*'  A   ' I     .  .    F  ,-fWfj^ d*, Ma*!, ^ .,  f^-��y��5!*tt*htm\  uiv  w  ��� **    ��� ��� "-".a. *       "^    F   1  t,  *"..,.  A }f *���*****��&* %Af>H<* t**i ' A ft*** , s  \f\tf$faim ^r^A,:.-A;s\-, xflytfZy*^  ����&#*'>W'  -'*"  eo your locnl nuthorlrod Pontine tlonlor ���  Phona 883-2111  PEWINSyiA MOTOK PiOPyCTS (19S7) LTD.  Secholt  *���*+ AAAA' TS^aV^'A^tV  j-*v1'*rfi-}'Hi*-'iif'fo^r1vki^ ^4>r^��j-iitfV/i,1.F'fj'0'iD tj'W\>*.��i'a��rW''i��r..'*��"i',i,\��i ..*^,ii'jSriij..-.*.'"*.irflV"."*iS*-.-^j^*.*"''f'--*'r'-''i'i-'' ,.'-"ft-'i^,M^*'i'--'iw*i''-y^ ,gi^v'ij;ruaf>jr%raa<'0''iy^1/t^\t'^r^^^"^1^0  >H,if��ij.i uy-'.', raw  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Moy 27,1970  "^CSSSf-  &*%  Attendance of 54  Resident of 20 years passed away in Vernon  st B.u^iiiai��Y worKsnop  g- success  e  ._,.    *^Jf-C  Newcomers  Operating the only waterfront dining  room in Sechelt which has been renamed "Whispering Pines", Steve  and Grace Reynolds may be newcomers to Sechelt but they are experienced caterers offering fine meals  at very reasonable  prices in their  In Your Garden  ���By The Old Rake  ��   * *  ALTHOUGH Christmas ^ is a long way  away it is time now" to think about  the poinsettias that are resting since last  Christmas. They can be brought to light  and -watering started; the top couple of  inches will proba*Dly need to be cut off  as they will be withered. As soon as thc  new shoots are three inches long they  can be turned into cuttings in the usual  manner.  When ditting poinsettias there is always bleeding of white sap, but it doesn't  appear to do any harm as the cuts soon  heal over. In about three weeks the cuttings will be rooted and can be potted  up seperately in three inch pots using a  loamy mixture that has good drainage.  When the three inch pots are full of  . roots it is time to pu-t the plants into  the pots or containers that they will  bloom in. Three plants in a six inch pot  makes a nice show or if you want a  single plant put it in a four inch one.  The plants can bo kept dwarf by pinching out the growing tip but don't wait till  it is too late to do this as if it is done  after August the chances of it blooming  for Christmas are slim.  From thc beginning of November on-  wardsv the plants should have the light  curtailed to six hours a day. This can  be done by either pulling the drapes or  blinds or else by covering the entire  plant with a paper cylinder. Do not overfeed them as they will get too tall and  are harder to get to bloom when you want  them to.  When we.start poinsettias into growth  it is usually warm enough to put house  plants outdoors for the summer. Choose  a sheltered spot in the garden and wrap  the pots in tinfoil to keep the roots from  coming out the drainage hole in the bottom of the pot. Spray them occasionally  with an all-purpose spray to keep aphids  an other chewing pests under control.  Be sure to take them indoors again before the nights stmt to get too cold. Any  broad leafed plants that are growing indoors in planters unci can't be taken outdoors should have the leaves sponged  occasionally with n soapy solution and  rinsed off with clear water; it's surprising  how much better thoy perform when the  leaves  ure   kept  free   from  dust.  Hirsute types, that is, those with hairy  leaves are better to be dusted off with  rt line brush as wetting the leaves cause  them to rot. Light feeding with a liquid  fertilizer will keep the house plants  growing steadily and put them in good  shape to withstand the unnatural conditions they have to put up with in the  modern home.  newly decorated, spacious cafe. Coming from Vancouver they are very  happy in their new location overlooking Trail Bay.  Pursers safety hazard  ii within child's reach  THE POCKETBOOK   started   life  as  a  useful bag or pouch... for holding  money.  As women began to move further and  further away from home in their daily  activities... the pocketbook graduated.  It became an annex to the dressing table.  Women filled it with all kinds of cosmetics. And money.  When more and more medicines became available for quick relief from  various pains and aches, the pocketbook  became a kind of portable medicine cabinet. So now it holds medicines, cosmetics and money.  As a result, says the drug industry-  sponsored Council on Family Health in  Canada, a non-profit public service organization working to encourage family  health and some safety, the useful and  innocent pocketbook is now a safety  hazard, a potential source of accidental  poisoning to small children.  One of the mos> fascinating objects to  little children Js a woman's purse, especially if it belongs to mother. On many  happy occasions, children have seen  mother open the pocketbook to use money  to  purchase  wonderful treats.  At other times, mother has opened  her purse to reveal a small store of  candies ... even cookies.  Imagine the excitement of a small  child suddenly finding that treasure  store within easy reach... exactly where  mother left it in a careless moment. On  a low counter. On the bed, a chair, the  couch or table. So easy for little hands  to open, to discover the mysterious containers of pills and capsules, lipsticks,  eye makeup. Naturally, being curious, the  child will want to taste one or some of  . the objects, maybe even swallow them.  If you carry medication and cosmetics  in your purse, says the Council of Family  Health in Canada, always make sure it  is placed in a drawer or on a high shelf,  where it cannot be reached by small  children.  FIRST workshop    of the Co-ordinating  Council for the six Auxiliaries to St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, was held at St.  Hilda's Church Hall, Sechelt, Friday 22nd  of May.  The host Auxiliary, Sechelt, and happy  hosts indeed at thc turnout of 54 members. Mrs. Eileen Smith, President of  Sechelt Auxiliary introduced Mrs. Sally  Dobell as President of co-ordinating council she presided over thc days program.  Mrs. Elsa Warden, Life Member, Pender  harbour, offered thc Auxiliary prayer.  Divided into six groups formed from  each auxiliary, discussion groups talked  upon many topics pertinent to auxiliary  work, chose a spokesman and listed their  problems.  Each person brought her own lunch  and  tea and  coffee were  provided.  After lunch it was time for open dis- *  cussion on the morning topics. The panel  on hand to answer questions were, Mr.  Tony Wagemaker Hospital Administrator,  Miss Ann Hopkins, director of Nursing,  Mrs. Sally Dobell, presidents Mrs. Sylvia  Jones Director of Volunteers, Mrs. C. Merrick Vice Chairman Thrift Shop, Mrs. Jean  Sladey Council Secretary, Mrs. Helen  Manning Director of Volunteers, Lions  Gate Hospital North Vancouver,  Communications were wide open between members and panel, questions and  answers were clearly stated to the satisfaction of everyone. '  Spokesmen from the groups were:  Mrs. G. Booth, Port Mellon; Mrs. Margaret  Jones, Gibsons; Mrs. Joy Philips, Pender  Harbour; Mrs. Madeline Grose, Mrs. Neva  Newman, Mrs. Charlotte Raines all from  Roberts Creek.  Discussion period was followed by the  guest speaker Mrs. Helen Manning, Director of Volunteers Lions Gate Hospital  North Vancouver. Also, she is Director  of Volunteer Directors for B.C. Mrs. Manning is well versed in all phases of  auxiliary work and known to many members Who have had the pleasure of hearing her speak at the annual convert lions  of the B.C.H.A. The title of her talk "How  is your Team 'Action?" was, uplifting  direct and challenging as you can read in  part quote:-  "We hear a great deal these days about  the "health team" comprised of medical  and paramedical member of hospital  and/or community personnel who join together to give total care to each patient.  That is, they traat not only physical ailments but consider thc social and emo-  onal stresses which illness can magnify  d the team treats these as well.  "Let us take this same premise and  apply it to thc work of an auxiliary or, as  in your own case, a group of auxiliaries.  Do you work as a team? and how effective  is your team?" You can maintain friendly  competition and still operate as a team in  supporting  your hospital.  "Most auxiliaries state their purposes  as:- 1. Service���adding to the comfort and  welfare of thc patients; 2. Fund raising���  provide special life saving and preventive  equipment; 3. Public relations���stimulate  and maintain the interest of members of  the community. Let's consider what can  happen   in  the  attempt   to  fulfill   these  goals.  "Service:- This is volunteer service in  the hospital and service in fund raising  activities. As a volunteer do you offer  your services where they are needed  most or have you mentally placed one  kind of service in a status symbol- over  another service? Mosl> individuals (including you arid I) will have a preference,  i But, are we so bound to it that our  flexibility is lost and our service becomes handcuffs on the development and  progress of a service program. To volunteer, in itself, is an idealistic act, so offer  your services and at least try to maintain  an ideal atmosphere.  "Fund Raising:- You will have to agree  that money can cause many problems. An  otherwise devoted, kind, gentle woman  can develop an almost tenacious posses-  sivencss regarding funds from her favorite project. It's her baby, or it can be a  smaller group, and it's their baby. They  turn a deaf ear to suggestions from other  co-auxilians. They refuse to be part of  the team and yet they maintain this isolations under the guise of auxiliary service  to the hospital, all of which reflects on  the  auxiliary  and  the  hospital.  "The best way to really be a team in  fund raising is to put all your funds in  one place. Ideally, all sub-groups really  have a single goal so it shouldn't make  any difference which group does what.  I'm not suggesting this is easy to accomplish. I do ask that you evaluate your  own situation and see if you can honestly  say you work as a team. Change is difficult for most of us. Are we really big  enough people to place ourselves above  the  ego-builder.  "Public Relations:- Auxilians must be  ���people reachers". They must be constantly aware that they are representing  the auxiliary and the hospital. In the  hospital setting, volunteers must be  representative of the quality of staff. In  a small community, public relations is  even more important to project an image  teamwork and a minimum of disruptive  influences."  Mrs. Manning then went on to quote  the characteristics of an effective ieam  from the book "The Human Side of Enterprise", copies of this were available to  everyone, and should be required reading  for all organization.  Mrs. Manning was presented with a  copy of the Auxiliaries Cookbook, the first  project of the combined auxiliaries. Mrs.  Mrs. Peggy Connor and her co-convenors  Mrs. Peggy Connor and her co-oconvenors  of the workshop, Mrs. Rosa Swan and  Mrs. Ina Grafe of the Sechelt auxiliary  and the rest of its members for the very  successful workshop.  The "Friendship Tea" was then served  and everyone proceeded to get to know  better,   other auxilians.  MRS. Violet Campbell who passed away  in Vernon on May 13th had been a  . resident of the Sunshine Coast for nearly  20 years. She was born Violet Blake, 84  years ago in Reading, England, one of a  family of 9 children. The family later  moved to Newcastle.  From 1907-1914 she lived in Paris as  English speaking teacher to a well-known  Parisian family and during this time became an excellent French linguist.  In 1914, with rumblings of war in -he  air, her employers hurried her back to  England just a week before tho German  army marched into Belgium. She spent  F^Jie war years working night shift on  the South Shields telephone /exchange,  thus releasing a man for war ^ervice. '  With South Shields guarding the  strategic Tyneside region, this was a responsible and important job and Violet  Blake proved herself worthy of it, for on  one occasion, her alertness and prompt  action were responsible for, the apprehension of a German spy who was in the  cable room  cutting  the  lines.  In 1925 she came to Vancouver to  marry Walter Dean whom she had met  while he was serving with the Canadian  army in England. They lived on a farm  at Ladner where her husband was employed. Following his death, she married Archie Campbell and they settled on  property   which   he   owned   at   Roberts  Creek. - -   .  Since his death in April 1969 she had  lived in a suite in Sechelt but had been  in a rest home in Vernon lor the past  few weeks. Mrs. Campbell was a member of the Sunshine Coast Rebekah Lodge  No. 82.  prqw^wwi >w^w*tn*f*  WE HAVE SHOVED  near St*. Mary's Hospital next  to Peninsula Motors, Sechelt.  Ask for Free Catalogue of  Real Estate  Agencies Ltd.  BOX 155 PH. 885-2235  SECHELT, B.C.  SEE US AT PUR OPEN HOUSE  Agents for Knight & Squire  Mobile and Prefab Homes  : ��*:  A*.  <*������    *���' ���*�����..���*���.,���<-.��&...   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USE QUALITY PAINT  You should get 4-6 years service from  a top exterior quality paint applied according to directions under normal conditions. Poor preparation, improper application, cheap paint, and excessive moisture in the wood are all factors which  will decrease the service life of your  next paint job.  2 BEDROOM HOME with spectacular view of Straits with 1.5 acres on COCHRAN  ROAD in MADEIRA PARK, overlooking everything. Priced in thc low 20's.  Boautiful VIEW LOT NEAR  HOTEL with excellent view of  harbour; easy access  with all services. F.P. $4500.  SlioomaUoro ond  Pastry bolcors,  Undertakers nnd  Oyster cultivators  An* |'i*.i :.omo ol thr v/nikci-,  employer! in incluMilo*. ,.*v"'.:cl  l.y Weil.mi.n'ti C<.m(.-'ir..i.ion.  With ln*o nicdifjil irciimriii  fil-Kiiil llH.'t.ipy. 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A few choice waterfront lots in GARDEN BAY, fully sorviccd with excellent moorago,  don't wait too long on theso ...  2 choico lots in MADEIRA PARK serviced and within walking distance of all services  and reasonably priced.  A largo viow lot in MADEIRA PARK near all stores and other services, easy access  off Lagoon Road, well treed and a perfect building site.  A SPECTACULAR 1600 ft, homo in PENDER HARBOUR on thc water with double  everything: double kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms; a beautiful stone fireplace Two  attractive homes in one exceptionally good buy at $39,000.  Approx. 350' waterfrontago on RAT ISLAND IN  LEE BAY.  Fishing at your front  door with excellent moorage,  "SAKINAW SHORES" offers you a wide choice1 of lovely waterfront lots on boautiful  SAKINAW LAKE. Lots aro priced from $2500 all water occoss, beautifully treed,  protected, sunny lots,   ' , ���   7  acre* property at  MIDDLEPOINT ON  MAIN   HIGHWAY  with  ovor  750'  road  frontago, private road into property and largo cleared building site. Full prico $0,000  on this excellent sito.    .  3.3 acres of gorgeous view property on HIGHWAY 101 In WIST SECHELT, property  can bo sold as ono picco or in 4 lots, a breathtaking view of thc ocean which i��  directly across road.  Beautiful "Francis Peninsula Estates" on FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD. 12 now lots  off paved road with wator and electricity available. Directly across from secluded bay,  reasonably priced from $4500,  An unusually attractive 3 D.R, homo at IRVINGS LANDING with beautiful vlow of  Straits, a V.L.A. approved homo.  Four serviced lots off Garden Bay Rood in GARDEN PAY, all viow lots priced from  $3000.  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The .Association  considered that such a room would be  most fitting to honor a man who had  spent a great part of his life helping  tho::e who needed help, particularly  elderly  persons.  Mr. Hill started the first O.A.P.O.,  Branch 86, in the Sechelt Area. This  branch later became the present Senior  Citizens Association, Branch 69. Mr. Hill  was a prime mover in both organizations,  and we are gratefull to have had such  a man in our area.  At the same meeting a minute's silence  was observed in memory of three >e-  cently deceased members ��� Mrs. S. J.  Riddell, Mrs. Blanche Bates, and Mrs.  Violet Campbell. New members joining  in the month of May are Mrs. Jean Ramon, Mrs. ' Betsy Palmer, Miss Alma  Rogers, Mrs. Elsie Julian, Mrs. Lillian  Wood, and Mrs. Mildred Grain. In honor  of his 80th birthday, Mr. Maynard Dubois  of Grcpne Court was the recipient of a  gift, accompanied by the best wishes of  all.  Canon Greene gave a short talk to  the group, asking,, for new members to  the Senior Citizens Housing, and for a  renewal of any lapsed memberships. The  Annual Meeting will be held on June  12th. A good attendance is requested.  A letter was read from Mrs. Rose  Gowland, a recent member, who has  woved to Kercmeos, inviting any members to call and sec her any time they  are  in  that  area.  The monthly raffle was won by Mrs.  Lilian Swanson of Gibsons.  Plans for a Tea and Bazaar in thc  Fall are already underway, with Mrs.  Olive McGregor acting a.**^ Convenor.  Mrs. Nellie Whaites informed .the  members ol* a camp holiday, available for  elderly people, at Camp Fircom on G .unhid* Island, starting June IStl. at u very  nominal charge. Any Senior Citizen desiring a delightful inexpensive lioliday in a  beautiful setting, should contact Mrs.  Whaites for further  information.  The Annual Convention of the Senior  Citizens Association will be held on June  !), 10 and 11, in North Vancouver, and Is  open to any interested person. The resolutions that are to he pi*i*:,oi,U*cl this  year, were rend and discussed, in order  to obtain the opinion of the members,  The delegates to the Convention are .Mrs,  Olive McGregor and Mrs, Mildred Whlt-  taker.  Following the bu.'.inc.s.*. .session, a delightful   program    eon,jisli,i,g    of   Inst    a  'TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS . .  .  Duet by Mrs. Trudy Edmunds and Mrs.  Dorothy Stockwell, who sang "In The  Garden", accompanied by Mrs. Hazel  Evans. Then Mrs. Lillian Wood, a new  member, recently of Hull, Yorkshire, England, gave a humorous recitation entitled  "Adam and Mary". Then followed a short  sing-song, led by Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell, with Mrs. Ruby Hatcher al__the  piitaio.  m^ccordance with Pioneer and Elderly  CitizensMtfeek, from June 1 to June 7,  an Undenominational Service - will be  held in the Sechelt Legion Hall on Sunday, June 7th. at 2:30 p.m. Pastors from  the area will participate, and all persons are urged to attend, to honor the  Pioneers of this Province. Refreshments  will follow the Service.  On May 5th. a busload of members  took a trip to Bellingham, where they  had a most delicious lunch at Belling-  am Hotel. Then they drove along Chuck-  anut Drive to Whibdcy Island. They  watched thc tidal waters surge and eddy  under the magnificent Deception Pass  Bridge. Thc route was through an area  of great beauty, and the return trip was  thro' Burligton to Lynden to Langley,  where there was a stop for supper, .hen  home via Highway 401. The weather was  beautiful, the scenery was grand, and  everyone came home happy.  A trip to Barkerville is planned for  July 7, 8 arid 9. This trip is not restricted  to members. Any adult may make arrangements to go. Phone Mrs. Hazel  Evans, 885-9772. for further information.  .Uf  A  cracking  rf*  ���    PLUS    ���  IMPASSE  noni in cotou  THUR., FRI., MAY  20 & 29 ot  ft p.m.  ft  SAT.,  MAY  30 ot 2  p,m,  &  11  p.m,  /  ���/  uhviSluv j" oitit  by An|i>ni''ii|  IN COI.OI-.  "Coorio Lnnijiinno, A Hudo* 5ii9��jr��tlva  Sccnq"  R, W   Mrl>onnt.., Ii C   (.rntor  RESTRICTED  SUN., MAY 31 ol 7 p.m. ft MON., TUE.,  WED., JUNE 1,2 A 3 at 8 p.m.  WHAT TO DO WITH KNOTS  Knots should be sealed before repainting. You must burn off thc old paint  ��� cither off each knot, or thc whole  surface. Then sand thc surface smooth,  seal the knots with 2-3 coats of shellac  and repaint. Your alternate solution is  to sand each knot individually, seal with  shellac and spot paint. Finish with a complete coat for the whole surface.  Happiness  Radiantly happy in their lovely gowns  and carrying beautiful bouquets  May Day will always be remembered by those chosen to play  a major part in the traditional  ceremony of Spring. Waiting to  be escorted to the dias on Monday  ate from left, retiring attendant Vicki  Fearnley; Retiring May Queen Cindy  Steele; attendant Lorna Hanuse;  May Queen for 1970 petite Pamela  Watson, and attendant Darcy Ste-  phanson.  Fun filled comedy  lor Gibsons theatre  "Take the Money and*Run" presents the  triple-threat talents of Woody Allen  as star, director, and co-author. Who, but  Woody Allen, could create and portray  a hero as unlikely as Virgil Starliwel.l,  a master criminal who always bungles  the crime, blowing his chances to make  the Ten  Most Wanted  List.  The orginal comedy, filmed in San  Francisco, also stars Janet Margolin, and  shows,this week at the Twilight Theatre  in Gibsons.  The locations ranged from North Beach  to Nob Hill, including major sequences  inside San Quentin. Much of the action  takes place in a prison, giving Woody to  spotlight scenes in the laundry, the yard,  the dining hall, in solitary, in a medical  voluntary experiment, and in a prison  break. On the same bill is an adventure-  drama called "Impasse".  And starting Sunday; for all those  people who enjoyed "Blow-up", Anto-  nioni's latest, "Zabriskie Point".  This rather controversial movie, as  well as being restricted, has an excellent  soundtrack for contemporary music lovers,  and the basic content of the movie, so  far, appears to be a close look at America's youth; the revolution, but more  important, the energy and the violence  of today's changing western world. A  movie that will undoubtedly make you  think, and that i.s a feat in itself.  Notice in a bar: "Wo reserve the right  to toss you out because of your rage,  cholcr or greed."  .     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Gold Only. Rcg. 1.89  MICRIN���  6 oj. Rc0. 79c  Special  !���.�������������� w��ft��ni-n*iririin'^**n��iin*Pfk*M*****  THE BEST FOR LESS .  WESTER  Sunnycrest Ploia  Phono 886-7213  AT THE annual meeting of the Sunshine  Coas' District Council, Vancouver-  C-ast Ri'^icn. Bey Sccu'.s of Canada, held  at Camp Byng on Monday, May 11,1970,  th. foHcw.nj new executive was elected  far the 1970-71 .season:  Honorary President, E. C. Sherman,  Port M-Jllon: Past President, R. Jam's, S.*-  ch-aM; President, T. I. B. (Ivan) Smith,  Sechelt: Executive Vice-President, Ross  Gibien, Gibsons; Vice-Presidents, Cpl.  Lou Biggsmann. RCMP, Gibsons; Vince  Pi'cw.r, Gibsr-ns and Terry Booth, Sech-  i It. Treasurer is Kurt Ho?hne, Gibsons  a-.;l members at large are Mrs. Joan  Qu.ny, Gibsons: Miss E. Harrold, Roberts Creek; Peter Benjafield, Garden Bay;  R. Keeley, Wilson Creek; Ernest Fossett,  Gib.-:ons; Norm Burley, Sechelt and Mrs.  T. Si-jouin, Sechelt as President of the  Distnct Ladies' Auxiliary.  D-uig Hcn-eybunn. Gibsons was ap-  po'r.ted District Commissioner and Dave  Wilson. Sechelt, .-\ssistant District Commissioner.  Representation from all groups in the  District were ^out for this important  nu-eiing held at the Vancouver-Coast Re  gional-Campsite, Camp Byng, near Roberts Creek.  Carl Juul-Hansn, President, Vancou-  ver-C-ast Region, installed the new executive arid brought greetings from Region. Regional Liaison Representatve,  Bob Simmons, outlined past and future  activities with special emphasis on. adult  leader training courses held in the area  over the past year.  Jack Adair, Regional Field Executive  presented training certificates to Mrs.  Nora'-i Leitner, Cubmas'.er, 1st Sechelt  and Bob Hawken, Cubmaster, 1st Roberts Creek.  A jfold Sccut brooch was presented to  retiring Secretary.. Mrs. Joan Quarry by  retiring President Bob Janis for her many  years of faithful duty and service to the  Scouting family .on the Sunshine Coast  community.  Thc position of secretary remains open  and any residents in Part Mellon to Sechelt who is interested in filling the duties of this important post is asked to con-  tart the incoming President, Ian Smith,  phone 885-9873 as soon as possible/  IDES FOR THE WEEf.  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TOPS CJub membership  drops summer meetings  MEETING of the Sechelt TOPS Club  last Wednesday May 20th revealed  the fact that openings nowc cxisl for live  new members. Meeting was'* proceeded by  "weigh-in" but as of June 3rd it was  decided to hold '"���'weigh-iris*' at 10 a.m.  with no meeting to follow. Members  agreed to abandon meetings until September when youngsters return to school.  The club now has its own song. Composed by Dot Robilliard, the musical  contribution Will be sung at future meetings.  F  ��vw.����Waa*-��*tfija����tf.niw>n��aj*gw  GiBS��^ GBRL  -BEAUTY CENTRE  Downtown Gibsons,  next to the Florists  "We are tops in perms, colors,  cuts and styling"  WIGS (the latest)  (Dill McCulloch)  886-2120  iUUMUt*"M-UMWWMM^  ANNOUNCEMENT  Dr. J. Pat Perry wishes to announce the opening of the  AT SCHOOL AND GOWER POINT ROAD IN GIBSONS, ON JUNE 1st.  PHONE 886-7313  The office will be open from 9:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday  with clinic hours between 9:00 a.m. ond 11:00 a.m. by appointment.  24 HOUR EMERGENCY ANSWERING SERVICE  K  .1*,  *������*,  "A  ti  ���I-.*  4  But be sure to get quality.  Our lines at Nationally Advertised Prices are  dependable.  You get full value from:  G.W.G.  (Work Clothes and Dress Casuals)  STAMFiELDS  CURRIE  WARREN KNIT  McGREGQR  PIONEER  LAMCER  SYS1AX  DAYS  BUXTOM  JANTZEN  MADE TO MEASURE SUITS  BY DRAPESHIRE  Full Value for your $ at  -ilE -MEN'S WEAR  GIBSONS - PHONE 886-2116  On the Waterfront  Shopping Mall  Contemporary Furnishings  A rr\iirtri    f^lhcrwkc Grin of satisfaction from Vicki Ben-  r\l UU.I LUL    \J LUoUi Lb ner gives a good indication of how  ��� :  it feels to sit in one of the modern  ���by Marion Charman hanging chairs, just a part of the  MES. Dorothy E. Arnold who passed a-    jSffirmS dLl��T$^  wav on April 23. 15)70 in her 89th year    ���m* iUiniSttingS displayed Ml firvin  had manv friends in this community. She Benner s newdecorating store m . . ., .  came to Gibsons in the��� ninetcen-fortics Sechelt. Ervin S new store stocks WILSON Greek Community Club is hold-  after- her TCtir-.mcnt from the position of everything for decorating the floors. ��"g "��� dance on June Clh to raise funds  secretary to the chief director of Shaugh-     walls,  and  ceilings  of  your  new or to helP -support Little League Baseball.  old  home;   With  complete   customer Wilson  Creek  Orieles,  which  is  now  satisfaction in mind.  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 27, 1970  Community Club plans  fund raising project  nessy Military Hospital.  She b-Hight. the Corder property on  Reid Road where she had a very good  stock of Dandie Dinmont terriers which  she raised for display-competition at dog  shows and for sale.  Mrs. .Arnold was well read and fond of  gardening, the much admired grounds  around hirr place were carefully tended by.  herself for many years.  For a time she lived on Hillside .Ave.,  then had a house built on Martin Road  where she resided until going to a home  in Vancouver.  Mrs. Arnold's great grandfather,  grandfather and father were all clergymen in England. She was a relative of  the British statesman Anthony Eden.  This quiet, kindly lady was of an independent and self-reliant nature and was  helpful to many. She is greatly missed.  PROGRESSIVE  DINNER  T,he Baptist Church adult members  organized a very enjoyable progressive  dinner which tcok place o Saturday evening, May 23 when'appetizers were served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.  E. Marshall and Mrs. Wolverton co-hostesses.  The evening concluded at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. T. Ellwood with devotionals  and a sing song followed by coffee and  goodies.  IN BRIEF  Attending the Anglican Church Synod  meetings'-at. St. John's Shaughnessy on  May 22-23 were Rev. Dennis Morgan, A.  S. Trueman, Mrs. A. M. Harper and Mrs.  J. R. Blake.  Many local commercial fishermen  have left for up-coast.  It is not tco uncommon a sight to see  deer crossing the highway. hereabouts.  Motorists beware.  When Mr. and Mrs. "Den McPhail from  Vancouver  were  guests  at  the  home of  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Wiljo  Wiren   recently,  a  ��� dinner party was held  in  honor  of the  visitors.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feeney from Prince  called Bronco League insead of Little  League, as well as a farm team, are sponsored by the Community Club, and it  takes money to keep up equipment and  uniforms.  A good way to help support baseball  and have a good time as well is to come  out to the dance.  The popular "Pen Kings" will be  playing. Doors open at 8:30, music starts  at 9:00 and tickets are $5.00 per couple.  We guarantee the dance won't be called off because of rain and we'll have  our own private "refreshment stand".  For tickets, contact Mrs. Dianne Anderson at 885-9785 or Mrs. Glenn Phillips at 885-2183. Tickets will also be available at Oriele ball games.  ���kV^a} v *a>: .,,,  *fV      IS*-**/ a   ~aj   \\  * V-W*-,*-.   r/\/<-**?*���<$>   i't.  ooo  47  A  a-5-."  ;r  jS-4*     a-. -      a** a , <  i*:.��-f,"l    *-       a    .a,    ''     *  '.-*      a     (.*.       }       a .."Fa- a  A  AvA> i\  **V"V->a>;^>a^_F�� .,,\  i^T^aall^.   -Say-FF^.y  frf����J!-^--TTa^!J,a��?3a.FF   ',  .OSf *?7%-. ,< { a' a*. F.F r.   ,  ^sKh\if^ ���*;-..*-'**'- ���>  . va.. ���:f��.. .SM*;'��lSi>*a^F-J��J��t��a=W&Lai*&^  ?'.  George came to Vancouver for the B.C.  Macey; salads at the residence of Mr. and Telephone Convention recently. Mr. and  Mrs. P. Madison followed by soup at Mr. Mrs. Dave Latham and Mrs. Fred Holland  and Mrs. G. Cooper's, going on to the were in town_ to .see the^Feeneys  home cf Mr. and Mrs.  S. Spain  for hot  main coursi- where hostesses were Mrs.  Spain, Mrs. T. .Peters, Mrs, R. McQueen,  Mrs. B. Ai.;L*r.--oii and Mrs. Macey.  Dessert   was  served  at   the  home  of  Mr. and Mrs.  L. Wolverton with Mrs. J.  1  mtmatmmmm'M^mmiMmmimiimmmmBismfmmmvmiim  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  The use of plastic bags, cardboard boxos and containers other  than standard garbage cans is prohibited under THE REGIONAL  DISTRICT GARBAGE COLLECTION BYLAW. Persons depositing  garbage on thc highway in such containers arc liablo to prosecution.  Charles F. Gooding  Secretary  Mr. and Mrs. Doug Stewart enjoyed a  week's holiday in Vancouver.  Mrs. E. lj..-:.wrehce was a visitor to the  Okanagan  for 2 weeks.  Mr.'and Mrs. W. S. MeFie have moved  from Rosamund R:l. to Selma Park: their  home here has been tak<*n over by Mr.  and Mrs. Edwin Hollowink.  Mrs, Mary L. Husby observed her  82nd birthday on May 19. Her daughter  Dorcas from Merritt visited,  Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Hagedorn with  their 2 boys and niece Marie Geroux from'  Richmond were visitors at Roberts Civek.  Mrs, Ilngcdnru, nee Mary Jean Kennedy  was. a former local resident.  Lorne and Margaret Put man from  Vancouver were recent visitors to llnir  cottage. Mrs, Put man is Mrs. A. Hloin-  gren's sister,  George Weal who is a patient in !St.  Paul's Hospital is expi cted home next  week.  WE 13AVE EV1GVED  near St. Mary's Hospital next  to Peninsula Motors, Sechelt.  *> .    ���  Ask for Free Catalogue of  Real Estate  h  i;  Agencies Ltd.  BOX 155 PH. 885-2235  SECHELT, B.C.  SEE US AT OUR OPEN HOUSE  J,Agents for Knight & Squire  Mobile and  Prcfob  Homes  ���W5-1  r  m^\ 'Aim WM  -"A -M  rp     M  7  i-riJajrftft.-^.-u^.tii^.a.ni-i^^**''*-^^    The beer  that  smiles  with you.  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This I*, n lwn-con.|.onent product, nnd nppllcntlon roc-uin", o llttlo  muro work thon ,lho ovorogo polnl '.loco tho wall must ho llllcd, cd'-U'd  ond thon top roalod, Follow lohol rlirocllons cmoliilly ond work In o well  vontilntoil oioo, Tho roM.lt', oro worth tin* of fori o '.ninoth, hord, hlflh*  Olo'.*, finKh re'.emhllnn coromir tile. IVrnino of Its hlr]h (tnrol-ility, It Ii Mvai  for Im.ndry rooms, work rooms ond mitrh ti',<*d utlllly rooms, liowovor, if  this ty|>o of finish dims not III In with yom -ilons, you coo pnlnl tho  wnlls with tho wnw worm ,�����*<.urr.l ciooilrtq os |h�� collinu.  ��  To finish lho havmont, cuvor Ihr llooi with o flood quolity point  (lesifinod for tho surforc', llioro on. many typos ovnllohlo, hut the* ooslesl .  tu uso Is o Intovht'is.- point wllh wolor cloon-up ond rodiiccil odor. You |  rein domorv.troto your orllMIr tolont liy poinliini o lionlor in n fontrostlnn ;  color. All you hovo to do is coot tho menu oroo (you don't liovo to rjo |  oil |ho woy to thc wolls), moosuro rnroftilly nnd mod off a lionlor with .  innsl'luii topo thon point It In n ronlni-.tlix) color. When tho point Is lock  diy, lift oil lho Inpo. To loliovo orhos nf polnliVJ o floor, oltnrh 0 hfoom  luindlo  lo  lho  toller   ond ilo   ihii  whnlo   |i/l>  '.tdnilincj  up,  llrook    up   nno   Iiimic   oroo    Into   -.evoinl   illfforont   sorvlro   oroo*,   liy  ;  ���.trntecjlcolly   plotmy   *.<*ioons   ns   loom   ilivldtirs,   Unfinished   one*,   oro   in  expensive   ond   con   ho   pointed   in   tuntroslmo   or   ru onlinntlni)   culm.   t<  odd lo your decor,  "Times   AdBricfs"  ar��  MIGHTY  MIDGETS  I A*WUWU**%MM��Mkit*iPU*J��*M*-��*-������JW��^ ���%��*%* .  !  Se���� how 00-.V It U to lorn on unatlrortlve dork storo.jo oron Into port  I  of your homo without huylno ono noil or plrfo of lurnhor.  'AH you hovo to nt�� Is your ImonTnolion ond point!  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Sechelt Notes
AFTER a wcitderful 26 day cruise ■ on the
S. S. Canberra through the Panama
Canal and having stopped at many ports,
Gary and Dhnne DeMarco .are now in
London awaiting delivery of their new
station wagon. They plan to camp out and
stay in Ysuth Hostels while on an extended tour cf the British Isles and the Continent.
Mr. Ivan Smith attended the sessions
of the Grand Lodce of the IOOF held in
ickenson of Richmond were recent visitors at the Ivan Smith home.
Pender Hi-lites
by: April Walker and Wendy Clayton
SCHOOL is now coming to an  end  of
another  term.    Everyone    is  talking
about what they will do during the holidays and are counting the days left.
A vandal was at the soho.)l on Tuesday night and broke thirteen windows
at the side of the school. It is not yet
known who did this but until it is found
out, many innocent people will suffer.
On May It", the annual May Day was
held in Madeira Park. Many people attended but unfortunately it rained. The
High School May Queen, Gwen Kingston
and her two attendants. Elaine Moffat
and April Walker, attended and rode in
the parade. They rode in a beautifully
dei-orated convertible with Gwen's cape
draping over the back. The decorated
car won the school a second place ribbon
for their showcase. The three lucky jjirls
wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. B. Reid lor
the use of their car. Thc girls also attended May Day in Sechelt on the 18th. They
lode in the parade in Mrs. Van Egmonds"
dune buggy.
In the school this week, the baseball
teams are shaping up. This year we "nave
two teams, a boys ond a girls. Both teams
have had a good turn out and are now
practicing hard for games with Elphinstone and Brooks. This week we are to
have a game with Brooks. We will have
a write-up on the results of the games
next  week.
On the girl's team, a lot of practice is
needed with catching the ball. People are
all right until thc ball gets close to them,
then they either jump out of  the  way,
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  a        .       pitcher is learning how to whip the ball
over home base by new techniques.
Our boy's team has become quite efficient but still some practice is needed.
They are at least not scared of the ball
and some of those balls come flying at
them pretty fast.
In track --and field, we are slowly get-
ting started. A few try-outs have been
run for certain events, but still a lot of
hard wofir*1rras to be done to get the
rust out of .some joints
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No Trouble
One way to keep the little papooses    demonstrated by the Christmas fam-
out of mischief providing the horse   ily and winning second place in the
has a placid disposition and an empty    May Day parade,
tummy  is  this  mode' of  transport A
Effective June 1st. The Peninsula Animal Hospital will continue to be ot service for ffie express
purpose of boarding animals. Veterinary services will
no longer be available.
Use 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell. Rent Buy, Swap, etc.
Mr. John Clark of Vancouver spent a
few dn-s in West Sschelt visiting the Jim    -^
While clearing his newly acquired
property at Halfmccn Bay, Mr. William
Boc:th Jr. of New Westminster suffered
a severe leg injury. While he was a patient in St. Mary's his wife and family
were h=us.> guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art
Redman of West Sechelt.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Nicholson of West
Sechelt have as quests Mrs. Jean Heggie,
Mrs. Nicholson's mother, also enjoying a
visit with the Nicholsons is Mr. Albert
Perkiss of Duncan, Constable Robert Nicholson and his fiancee are due on Sunday. Constable Nicholson is with the RCMP detachment in Fairview, Alberta.
.A. former resident of Sechelt, Mrs. S.
Taylor is visiting her daughter and son-
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wilson. To
celebrate her 90th birthday, Mrs. Taylor
was guest of honor at the Swedana Restaurant in New Westminster where her
daughter Freda Wilson, her son Bill
Cooksley, four grandchildren and four
of her six great grandchildren and two
sisters, joined together to wish her well.
Miss Marie McMinn of Abbotsford
with her brother Martin spent the holiday weekend at Ihe Ernie Montgomery
home.       '
Mr, and Mrs. Bill Dellart '....veiled to
Nanaimo  last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ball have ei.joy.'d a
visit by Mrs, B.dl's parrnts, Mr, and Mrs.
J. Anderson of Union Bay.
,Mr, and Mrs. Ernie Asal with daughter Baibura spent :. week at their .summer cottage in West Sechelt.
Sechelt Rcsid.-ntiul School gymnasium
will soon be one of the most, photographed buildings in Sechelt. Under the direction of Brother Francis, students are painting in full color, legendary Indian designs,-which will be a tremendous tourist
.'.(.'.faction, ns well as telling the proud
story of Indian culture.
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Day when Morgan Thompson, Matt    the barbeqiie to raise funds for Ca-  Indian Princess  With a big day of celebration ahead    Julia Jackson ride   happily in  the    cesses in the history of her people  including a  banquet and  ball.   Se-    May Day parade at Sechelt. Lucy, in    and she hopes to live up to the great  chelt's Indian Princess Lucy Joe with    her speech said there have been prin-    tradition,  attendants Janice Joe on the left and  X'\i '* ���   ll  ���)A#   ify  W'-'^''  U ���'!     Mi/,  nA.*   -��� .SLB-K"1"-^  'I   \ v4Wi    '* ?',��� ~'it*.*.<a< "  a.      M   J? '"  ,(!fwF-,   f  l��,*V-f*,"  ..*���**���*  .T!!*i*��*'--r-*��    *m��*ii��-~'  aaaaFAM laa-'a  k  f^> f   /A*   '������ A #- -aV,  *tr   *-*r' 'iV.  *        '   ���-      ,',..    ,.W^a>      +.���.-   Mutator**. fl . _        ^- , ^ , ��� ' >      - ���".* ��� ��� "     .  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Led-by [heir   .parade,  to dec-aiato,  the largu trailer ��� which    Mu:>ic teaclteiMr. Campbell, .sttulunl.**  1 ittlo* flower j'iris  in  lho  May   Day     .'h.*.rl<<oi.    l''ranoos;    Lisa    lOnglish;     (Jwon  Lewis    driv-sed    in  lavender;  iiarado  never  looked   prettier  than    Dolores  Kolituli;  Sliiui  Middlomiss;    pink; yellow and blue,   Diamio  ��� Pascal; ' Ann    Simpkius;    Lon Ann Casey; Lynn Creighton and  5'  i!  ��� *       a m * ��  ,  4***VXJ.��V**L>*i^^i* ?    'i  ^,-?V*A.^tffel';V..r:.tt'4J|t,W    . ^      ���      ,  ���^ttf' ' "a,"'        *���     *' ' - - - --.-.���-  -/.-A- a, ���* BMMSB^    r.-^r.. -.-.   * v  - s  Hi There!  B.C.' Forest Service float with look- Day parade but Smokey was a first  oat tower and Smokey the Bear won -place favorite with children, with his  honoraTa-le mention in Sechelt's May    friendly wave along the parade route.  While Rome Burns  Well this Saint Bernard was not likely handy at the end~ of the long walk Led by two charming banner bearers, thinks thou had a fair countenance  to find anyone in a snow drift during to Hackett Park. Novel entry won Roman warriors, Lions Ervin Benner equalled only by mine" seemed to  Sechelt's May Day, but the little keg Mrs. Dorothy Parsons a well de- and Barrie Tait cut dashing figures he the trend of the conversation as  of refreshment may have come in   served first prize." in the Sechelt May-Day parade. "Ifre^ .they passed by.  f^A,  A  -\��  P- ' jf!       F      ,   FaF-F  '"     F��sa.^ I l"*Av*'    "<*��  a       >f-l   /     ,     "  J^  . ftfcsw-** r:,/>.  a.      -' jfT**lM, F    "E-*.    'l",  ife^f , ' a  Af r% ���   -  fk'"**"*-.,-.   "?  >���>"���;*?%'-"4 **-" A   -.  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That was before I had occasion to observe some starfish.  I still cannot tell you the proper  names of the different kinds of starfish,  nor give you a learned article on their  habits. But I do know starfish come in  several varieties, ranging from small five-  pointed ones to large, multi-pointed types.  And their colours vary from muted blue  to bright purple and on to a brilliant  orange.  The first starfish I observed closely  was of thc large variety. He measured  twenty inches across and had eighteen  points. We had let down a crab net and  when we brought it up it was occupied  by this big, sunburst-colored starfish. My  daughter and 1 were entranced with his  beauty and to fit his coloring we called  him  "Coral".  We turned Coral over. He had literally  wrapped himself around the bait we had  put in the crab trap, and he was determined to not let go of his dinner. As he  lay there he waved his tiny tenacles in  the air. Out of curiosity my daughter and  I began to count those many miniat.-re  legs. We gave up counting after about  ten minutes, and instead made a rough  estimate of  about 3000.  We were concerned about returning  Coral safely to his watery home. Carefully we lowered him over the side of  the boat and were horrified to watch him  fall to the bottom ��� upside down. While  we were trying to figure out how we  could reach down the seven or eight foot  depth to turn him over, Coral began  curling himself up in a ball. Then he  pushed with his** tenacles against the  water, much as a swimmer pushes the  water with his hands. While we watched  Coral turned a perfect somersalt. Then  he immediately began crawling towards  the bait which had fallen from the crab  net into the water, several feet from  where C<m$ had himself landed.  By now all the members of our family  were gathered around, watching the  energetic starfish.' As the tide went out  that morning Coral was left on dry  beach. We were so curious about the  starfish's ability that we captured him  again and measured off a distance up thc  beach from the water's edge. There we  placed Coral and timed him as he made  his crawl back to the water. His slow hut  steady movements curried him along at,  the rate of One foot per minute.  The following clay Coral was still in  the cove in front of our homo. He had  crawled to a point far up the beach  after .some food. That morning we had  to go to Egmont. We returned four hours  later to find him fifty  feet   from  whore  Special for Graduation  Engraved:  CHARMS - BRACELETS  RINGS - EARRINGS  DIAMONDS, ETC.  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But I have Jearned that starfish do more  than just lie there.  Jam Session ���  When the Backwoods Brass start  playing everyone wants to join in and  during pre-concert warm-up session  two members of Alpha joined the  group. From left: Dave Froniaggr;  Kevin Star; Tony Baker; Lance Ftug--  gles; Rick Harris (Alpha); Aviark  English; and Dave Bockus (Alpha).  Missing is Richard Kerbis.  On her cattle ranch, actress "Greer  Garson gets about on a white horse of  mild temperament called Ho Hiim Silver.  MR. AND MRS. Wm. Booth are not likely  to forget their visit to Welcome Beach  over thc noliday week-end for it did not  turn out exactly as they ait.ic.pa ed. They  were staying at the Larry Reardon cottage  while they worked on tha.r own property  and wniie Mr. Booth was sawing a log  en "he beach he cut his lc.5 with the power saw. He crawled up the * hill to the  Reardon cottage where he bound up the  wound. His. wife had driven the children  to Sechelt for the May Day celebrations,  so. having no car, he limped along the  read looking for. a Good Samaritan. He  wss fortuns-.e in finding one before he  had rone very fsr. Captain Jerry Williams, who was working in his garden  i.nmediate.y put down his tools and droVe  Mr. Booth to Sechelt where he was admitted  to  ist.  Mary's .'Hospital.  He and  his  couver. but  able to re-  i-���  ; making a good  :tal following  surgery.   She  h;.p3s   to   be   back  in   her  home at Hafmoon Bay very soon.  Mrs. Don Henderson rushed to ���Penticton last week to attend the funeral of  her stepfather Mr. John Kornsee. Her  mother returned to the Bay with her  for a visit.  An ideal guest who cannot bear to  sit idle, but must always find something  useful to do is Mrs. C. Binns of Burnaby,  who was guest last week of Mrs. Hugh  Duff. When your correspondent visited  the Duff home, Ms. Binns was busy pre-,  paring raffle books for a beautiful handmade rug, the work of Mr. and Mrs. Duff,  ���by Mary Tinkley  which will be raffled at the Country Fair  en August 1st.  Preparations for the Fair are well in  hand. Mrs. Vie Lyrids would be grate-  iul for any gilts ci item-, su.table for tne  Fishpond zni any ladies willing to do any  sewing cr knitting should get in touch  with the sswing convener Mrs. M. Tinkley. Donations will also ba gratefully accepted for the white elephant and rummage sale. Please telephone Mrs. Fritz  L.-uchte or Mr.*. Guy Clear for delivery  arrangements.  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Ted Surtees were in Powell River last weekend for the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the liber-  ���rtion of..Holland. Th?y were entertained  ty the Du.?h Committee and a very bi-u-  tiful ssrvice was he!d a*, th.. Cenotaph.  Mr. Sur'.ees attended as Zone Commander of he Royal Canadian Legion.  a-!  iw!  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