BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Peninsula Times Apr 15, 1970

Item Metadata


JSON: xpentimes-1.0185891.json
JSON-LD: xpentimes-1.0185891-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xpentimes-1.0185891-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xpentimes-1.0185891-rdf.json
Turtle: xpentimes-1.0185891-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xpentimes-1.0185891-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xpentimes-1.0185891-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 ;"'*��� 'v-.'  Vague replies  We3t Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  lfcOa-r West5th~Ave.,  Vancouver 9t B.C.  Service  RPR17RECT  .rang meeting of irastees  SOMEWHAT vague recommendations  about" school board office accommodation made by planning committee chairman, Shiela Kitson at April 9th meeting  of the Board led trustee Bill Malcolm  to ask more than once if the Board had  decided on returning to the, old quarters  in the Lang Block at Gibsons.  On thc same question trustee Barry  Jenk,s expiessed the opinion on two occasions that the Board should advertise  its need for new quarters.  Presently occupying part^ji. the B.C.  Telephone building on Nam. Road, the  Board has been asked to vacate the premises by December 31st, this year. According to past records of school board  meetings the Board signed a two year  lease with B.C. Telephone Co. which  would expire, June 30th 1970.  MOST SUITABLE  In her report, Planning Committee  Chairman Shiela Kitson stated that the  old office quarters in _the Lang Block  which are available, would be most suitable and a floor plan is being prepared  and it had been decided to remove the  partitions.  Secretary Jim Metzler commented that  the Board is not committed yet but it is  believed the quarters would be available at the former rental of $270- per  month but the Board would have to pay  for alterations. He estimates floor space  at'2,400 sq.' ft.  When asked by Mr. Malcolm if the  Board intends returning to the old quarters, Mrs. Kitson said it would only :be  on a- temporary 1 to 2 year basis. Mr.  Mulligan referred to a building which  Mr. Charles English may have available  in the future.  Trustee Agnes Labonte recommended  that information be available for next  meeting of the Board and the question  of permanent quarters should be looked  into,  The Board has formed a joint committee with the Regional District to [fully  investigate sharing joint quarters as both  the Schobl Board and Regional District  Boa'rd are presently renting quarters.  Commenting on Rev. Jenks suggestion that the Board advertise for accommodation, Secretary Jim Metzler said  that only limited areas are available.  CONSTRUCTION  Freeze on non-essential building construction imposed by the Provincial  Government prevents the Board from  building its own office. Taxpayers approved expenditure of $54,000 for a school  board office in Referendum No. 8 but  this amount is no longer considered sufficient to cover construction costs which  have risen since that time.  Asked what Victoria's attitude would  be if no rental accommodation was available, Mr. Metzler said that he had been  told that this actually happened in one  district but "once" it "was known that the  Board was seeking accommodation, many  offers were received from people willing  to build accommodation for the school  board. It seems that Victoria favours renting from outside interests but it has been  pointed out to this newspaper that rental  comes under operating costs and in the  Sechelt District the taxpayer pays about  90 per cent of operating costs. Whereas  with capital construction, in this district.  Victoria would be paying somewhere in  the region of 75 per cent of construction  costs- and the taxpayer pays. 25 per, cent.  At one time the  School���Board���was  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 Pork, Kleindale, Irvirio's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  Rofllstratlon No. 1142  2nd Class Mail  Volume 7, No. 20  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1970  12 Pages  SOc  1?-T.  !'  "*>   v.-  v    M  [���'/"������*'' l.--** '.*.- * ��� -   '.,'���'"���.'.1  *���- ��' ;..*���*- *���"*-*  1 '  ,- (  '���^i!iv;  %- a"r**  'w'V.r'.-V-  ���Wj-  J-. aVte*<L    *'  Jp\t7  "S>Laaaa,.a  .ya^atas.,,,^,,  Pender Harbouiflnaii  struck down in U.K.  SUNDAY morning walk in the town of  his birth, Leeds, Yorkshire. England  proved fatal for seventy-two year old  Rowland Dyson Nield who was killed  instantly when struck by a car while  crossing a read.  Mr. and Mrs. Nield who" have been  residents of Pender Harbour for twelve  years were visiting Europe where they  had spent some time with their daughter  Susan in Germany before travelling to  Leeds, England, for a visit with-Mr.  Nield's brother and sister.  The tragic accident took place on  March 22nd and on Good Friday, March  27th, Mr. Nield was laid to rest leaving  his wife Ruth to make the-lonely return  t& their home and family in Canada.  There arc three sons, John at Port Renfrew; Roger at Victoria and David who  lives in New Westminster; three "daughters, Pat in North Vancouver; Barbara  in West Vancouver and Susan in Germany.  Mr.   Nield  World Wars.  was   a   veteran   of   both  paying $270 per month for quarters in    y2*3 mile Walk  the Lang Block and $245 per month for/  ���* ~   quarters in the" B.C. Telephone Building;  This situation terminated in January  1969 when the Board transferred completely into the one office in the B.C.  Telephone building.  Sportsmen  iff)     f1--.    -   ~-*.->l"':..an  ��������  tJ ���! - a-*   ���"���"^���W.FF.  Viewers will soon be able to enjoy  a variety of stations shortly with  establishment of Cable Vision In both  Sechelt. and Gibsons. Stan Stubbs of  Gibsons is seen attaching cable to  Cable Vision Progresses  trees on thc last leg of a long haul  down the mountainside at East Porpoise Bay. It is hoped to be operational sometime this June.  Paul SU Pierre  nncipie 01  preferable to dictatorship  APPLICATION for bus transportation  assistance submitted with accompanying brief by Mr. D. M. Sutherland of  Porpoise Bay was rejected by Transportation and Finance Committees of the  School Board, given the power to reach  a decision on the matter.  At last week's meeting of the Board,  transportation committee chairman Bill  Malcolm stated that mileage from Sechelt  School to the Sutherland home is 2.3  miles, which under the Public School  Act does not qualify for assistance and  there is a school bus serving the area.  It was suggested that parents ��� in the  area should contact Sechelt Motor Transport if they wish to arrange a bus service  for school children on a "pay fare"  basis.   :  FREE TRAVEL  ;   Reply   from ;-B.Cv Ferries    regarding  free--'- travel ��� privilege's for7 students,. ad-;  vised that- B.C. Ferry  Authority" is  required  by statute to collect-fares from  all and it has no authority to grant free  travel   to  students.   The   letter    denied  knowledge of any previous such request  being made.     ......  District' Superintendent R. R. Hanna  advised that this request be presented  in thc form of a resolution at the Annual  B.C.S.T.A. Convention next fall and the  matter was referred to the resolutions  committee.  PLANNING  Chairman Shiela Kitson stated that  additions to Langdale Elementary School  have reached the working drawings stage  and it is hoped to have construction  completed by September. Sufficient  funds are available for this project.  The Board approved Planning Committee's recommendation that the boule-  vurd on School Road be levelled for a  bus loading zone. It is hoped to obtain  co-operation from the Village of Gibsons,  VACANCY  Trustee Rev. Barry Jenks' transfer *o  Nanuimo leaves a vacancy on the Board  of Trustees. Rev. Jenks represented the  Village of Sechelt which will now bo required to hold an election within 30 days.  If this is not done, the School Board lias  the authority to appoint a trustee and  falling this tho Minister may make such  nn appointment,  Board members and the .District  Superintendent expressed thanks to ltcv,  Jenks for his service to the Board and  wished him happiness in his new appointment.  Trustee Bill Malcolm expressed the  hope that Rev. Jenks will again serve  as a trustee for his services arc too  valuable not to be used.  HOLIDAY THEATRE  Holiday Theatre, which toured the  District last week was apparently well  " received in the Elementary schools.  Trustee Bill Malcolm wondered if it wes  necessary for the players to swear quite  so much and it was decided tliat an  assessment should be made with possible  recommendations to Holiday players.  TEACHER   iMFllPOg|MENTS  The District S^liperintendent  reported  that the Board pas a large number of  applications oh file for teacher --appoint-.  ��� ments. Between 75-80 applicants were1 in-  ���,ve��tlort. He Vaid thai at the "moment; there  is very little movement of teachers which  he-attributed in part to the Pacific Press  strike, as teacher vacancies are not being  advertised in thc daily press, which is  not publishing because of the strike.  SCARE  Recent bomb scare at Elphinstone,  caused evacuation of thc school after  an anonymous telephone call was received by secretary Miss Mary Harding  at 12:-18 p.m. on Tuesday April 7th. No  bomb was found but a stolen wallet was  retrieved  from  a  water closet.  Trustee Bill Malcolm expressed concern but the District Superintendent  commented that thieving i.s quite common, It is understood thc wallet had  been stolen from someone in thc school.  Trustees expressed thanks to thc  li.C.M.P.; school staff and thc volunteer  f re department for the way the matter  was handled.  The school day was extended to make  up for time, lost during the search which  may  help deter future incident's.  TEACHERAGES  Department of Education has advised  the Board that tencherages muy be sold  lot not property, Recent investigation  by thc finance committee proved that  0110 of the Madeira Park teacherages is  costing more in upkeep than is gained  in rental revenue, Matter was again referred to the finance committee for recommendation. Original decision was to  ������(���11 the. tenchernge and property.  Sechelt Rod -and Gun Club's Junior  Sportsmen of the year are chosen  by ballot f rdm both junior and senior  members. Besides proficiency in Rod  and .Gun activities, sportsmanlike  attitude is ��� taken into consideration.  Pictured' from left is Mr. Torn Robilliard wlio had-the pleasure bf presenting his trophy to Derek Nelson;  youthful runner-up is Robert Nest-  man receiving his trophy from Club  President and Village Alderman Mr.  George Flay. "  t  1st Sechelt Group  names.Troup Scouter  DECISION by Saint Hilda's Church to  sponsor a Boy Scout troop as"well as  the Cub Pack was followed through by  the 1st Sechelt Group Committee on Friday with the appointment of Jim Janie-  wick  as Trppp Scouter.  Th:-. Group Committee at its regular  monthly m-seting also heard reports of  an overnight Cub Camp held at.. Camp  Byng during the Easter holidays. Plans  were also, made for a Bottle Drive in the  Sechelt area on April 18th.* ; _ : ;  ">,^Witli "t heT^ign.?tiqnH^:ihe" Rev.~Barry  Jenks as Chairman, Mt^Barrie Redman  was appointed. Chairman with Ivan Smith  Vona Clayton, Audrey Cobleigh and Donalda Scgouin remain as: executivp.  ' &���**"-  fiTs  P  TROUT DERBY  Gibsons Rod & Gun Club will be holding its annual Free Trout Derby, at Ruby,  Sakinaw and "Killarney Lakes* on Sunday  April 26th. Weigh ��� in time is 2 p.m.  at Ruby Lake and everyone is welcome  to compete for- Senior and Junior prizes.  ONE ACT PLAY  Driftwood Players will be presenting  a special pre-view. of their, one acU play  "The Lovers"' at Sechelt . Elementary  School, next Saturday. April 18th at 8  p.m. Admission will be by collection.  The 50 minute play has been entered hi  the Vancouver Island Drama Festival in  Courtenay  on  April  23rd.      .  HONOR ROLL ',  Pender Harbor Secondary School reports latest- Honor Roll students for  Grade 8; Darnell Gei-jcl? and James Norfh-  rup. Grade, 10; Jim -Mercer, Kirk North-  rup and Randy Tait.  VOCATIONAL COURSES  Meeting planned for April 18th will be  of interest, to alt seeking, re-training  through Vocational School'Courses. Mrs  Esteue Inman will outline a trammg  program for those wishing to take up  vocational- skills. All interested may  obtain further details by phoning Mrs.  J. Nelson at 885-9558.  Voting May 7th . . .  School District Referendum  for essential requirements  POLLING   .stations   will   once  again   be  open throughout Sechelt School District on Thursday, May 7th when tin-  public he asked to give the School Board  authority to spend $328,900 for construction of emergency classrooms at Sechelt  Elcmcnliiry and Elphinstone Secondary  Schools,  Provincial Government has already  given the Board authority to build the  classrooms needed so desperately especially nt Sechelt whore six portable,  classrooms are presently in use,  Press release Issued by the School  Board ijives the cost of additions as  $174,100 for fi classrooms at Sechelt  Elemenlnry  School.  At I'lphln.stonc three science areas  will bo built above the new .science wing  at a cost of $15-1,800. This will be a  duplication of the facilities recently  completed and will centralize the science  area, The old science rooms In the original  building   will   be   renovated   to   provide  regular classrooms eliminating thc u..e  of inadequate basement classrooms and  portables. Elphinstone's present population of 048 students requires four science  rooms which the new wing will provide.  The Board points out that although  Referendum No. 10 i.s being presented at  this time, it has little or no similarity  to the previously proposed Referendum  No, 10 In its content or dollar cost, This  new referendum is .strictly to meet  emergency  requirements  in   the District.  At Sechelt where six classrooms will  replace the six portables, the original  school plan for Sechelt Elementary will  be Used as much as possible to maintain  an attractive as well as an educationally  acceptable building.  Trustees are prepared to meet with  any organization:; wishing to obtain  further details on the referendum,  Public meeting.*, will be arranged prior  to voting duy und press releases will be  issued each week,  SPEAKING recently on the much criticised government White Paper,  , member for Count Chilcotin, Paul St,  Pierre explained that three course,, of  art ion made uvullable to the federal  government; One, Iti to use the powers  voted to thorn for the four year term  or orrioo ..*������ a dictatorship, which, he  liuggetitti, Is In effect the principal of th��-  four year system; secondly, there I,** the  other'method which Is to tell the public  '���llil.-i is what we Intend doing but examine  it fit si, consider Its Implications and then  tell nn what you think of il before we  put our staff lo work In preparing leglsln-  tion,"  St, Pierre added ������this Is the While  Paper method, Tlio:e CnnmlianM who are  ���.limiting throw nut Ihe White Paper,  hum il. bury II, should consider what  they are tmylng. What they nre really  saying .,��� Ihi-t "icy don't wish to discuss  Irwlhlatlon before It',*- shuped, They don't  wish to MUggest nlternntlvr.1. They won't  debnle,  "There Is a third method <��l operation  Id our democrnrv, '.'but W-s gi.v.<ri.ii..'i.l by  public opinion poll, II Is a ,;oveininenl  whieh il'x'N thin,;**, nol Im-ci-um- they nre  j;ooil for the country hut because they  are populiir, Il Is ii government that  never has the courage lo tell Ihe voter,**  that all th-ry nr' trf��m the Rovrrnmriit  Is what tiny pay lor. It is a government  thai hah no courage, ll merely responds  clay by day to whatever their mood  ml'ghl he, it I*. n government that cannot lead l|>e nation hut rut her a govern  ment that   hit*,  no  Interesl   lis own   re  election."  While seeing merit in what he refers  to iih Ihe four year dictatorship type of  government, St,  Pierre mild ho can ulso  see  merit   in  the  present  experiment   ,)f  consultation     With   the  public    between  elections.  lie  has  no  use  for a  government operating on a short sighted principle, of pure poll!leal advantage, "In any  election I would much sooner lie defeated  lij tiiipport of ii government with courage  and initiative thai) ejected with one that  thinks of nothing but Its own popularity,  "The government of Canada Is not a  popularity rout out but I think that Is the  level lo which'It :uuilt for'fnr too many  years, The  bllla for  that  popularity contest nft! now coming <hie and it  is what  we nre paying high taxes for,"  ,���   ,  Iti.gnrdlng coupons have appeared  In  newspapers urging the public* to tell their  MP's  to   vote*  against   the  White   Paper,  SI. Pierre mild'he hare received very few  from   Coast   C.'lillceittn,   other   MP's   haw  received  them In  large numbers,  Some opponent--, of the White Pnp-*r  cry socialism, stulecl Ihe member, but  ho luid hu cle.ubtH if they lire tilwnyi  Mire lust what socialism in "If it's govern,  ment purUrlputUm In Ihe industrial lite  of the nation, then, we have had a Ini-'.e  proportion of noelullMu In Canucliaii Ille  for  generation*',,"  lie  added,  As tm rxi.nipie, ��St, Pierre- drew attention lo the fact lhal in the liim*. the  Conservative government of Ontario  Micliill/ccl the hydro eleetile Industry of  that province, It wart a lender and wet  followed  liy   the*   United  States  "If   you  ���-sec page A-t  "���"*" "TrJQP-Q*!  j**"Vl*����W��j a******��*U  '       I        t'ltFrJlFFlFf   F   y   *,    * |a^  /  Mi  Flr*it wockond In April wns a busy  ono for St. , Mary's Hospital where  five haiiles arrived filling Ihe nur.ser.v  lo capacity with a  record numher  of nine chubby  happy  little  pictured  here "with devoted nursing;  stuff;   Miss  Pal  Stuart H.N.;   Miss  \Vothci\sj.oon It.N. and Airs. Eulcr.  Full House  babies Full house at SI, Mary's is common  these days with the urgently needed  ���expansion bclni�� delayed because  construction cost;, arc too hlgltklo  meet Provincial C'overnment approval, Let's hope school board referendum }'oes Ihrouj-fh, for these little  people tioon tjruw up.  I ^la^a|/a^V^H��>a^l^la^ai..F  . tjS-Of * "J*   "   *"'  ���Jil  ,i  '.'."���"V^Vf.  IV      ��    '  *-*-afa     'A   '  I  -���������v*-v**(---W---^^ ^''^^^'^^*^^^#,*^f::  I ��� ��� .       ** �� II  Page A-2 The PeninsuTo times, W-g-Jncsiidy, Ap>lt 1^/1^0  1     * i  -.J-  HELP WANTED  THEPENlNSUIA'yfciW* Seehelt - Phone 885-9654  !   Classified M fOra fralfl  ���MraM.tfW'W'MM-IIMin*-*^  REAL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (Cortt.) REAL ESTATE (continued)      REAL ESTATE (Continued)     REAL ESTATE (cont.)  Published Wednesdays by  The Penlnsulo Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt- B.C.  Established 1963  OBITUARY  . Member, Audi* Bureau  oFCirculations  September 30, 1969  Gross Circulation 2526  Paid Circulation 2287  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of-CircuIation, subie-ct-to audit.  Cfatslfled Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion .^t,-;.,,; ,,,,, ���__75e  Three  Insertions ���;,..   ���, $1.50  -ixtra lines C4 words) ___���_15c  (This rate does not apply tb  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers , ���__ 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35e  per count lino.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 par inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area-_;$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr,  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier ������ 50c month  ������.: ��� ���:'./ ������-: ^  COMING EVENTS  ROBERTS Creek Legion. Dan-  ��*\   Saturday*  May .2.   Music  FINCH ��� Martina Linnea ���  formerly of West Porpoise  Bay, .B.C. Passed away April  2, 1970. in her 85th. year. Funeral was held April 7 in "Man-  vine, Alberta. -    428G-20  NIELD ��� Suddenly on March  22, 1970 as result of an accident at Leeds. England.  Rowland Dyson Nield of Pender Harbour, B.C. Beloved  husband of Ruth, also survived byi 3 sons, John, Roger and  David; 3 daughters, Pat, Barbara and Susan. Eight grandchildren; one brother and one  sister in England and se-yerai  nephews and nierjes. Fitheral  service was held on March 27  at Lettds, England.        4287-20  ALCOHOLICS^ Anonymous ���-  Meetings^S^O  p.m., Thurs  days, Wilson Creek Community Ball.   Ph.   885-9327,   886-  or Mr. & Mrs.  885-2355;  4196-tfn  WISH to contact L.D.S. mera-  _ bers. Phone 885-9547 or 886-  2546.  3790-tfn  by Western ^Troubadoi's. Admission $l/per person. 8:30  p:m.,*itb 12/rnidnight.      4291-20  TWLIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Thur., Fri., April 16 & 17 at 8  p.m., April 18 at 2 p.m. and 8  p.m.  "MY SIDE OF THE  MOUNTAIN"  plus  "RING OF BRIGHT  WATER"  both in color  \  Sun., April 19 at 7 p.m., Mon.,  Tue., April 20 & 21 at 8 p.m.  "ALL NEAT IN BLACK  STOCKINGS"  Starring Victor Henry, in color  Restricted  4317-20  BIRTHS  CHIPPENDALE ��� Dave and  Maureen -announce the arri-"  val of their daughter, Diana  Lynn, (a sister for Brian Robert), born April 8 at St. Vincents Hospital, weight 7 lbs.  Proud grandparents are Joe &  Lil Chippendale. 4315-20  ANNOUNCEMENT  IT is hereby * written in the  stars that the undernamed,  great old obese Aunties Thel-  'ma and Iris, shall always be  known as Great God Mothers  to the said child Bccki-Kim.  Be it known this is officially  stilted by ��� Mr, and Mrs. David Robert Cavalier.     4297-20  OBITUARY  BLACK ��� On April 0, 1970,  John Patrick Black of RR 1  North Road, . Gibsons, B.C.  Survived by his loving wife  Edith; two dmiRhters, Mrs.  Doris Pnrsey and Mrs. Carl  Gust of Gibsons; one son, Victor of North Vancouver; nine  grandchildren. Mr. Black was  a member of Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 109; Mount  Elphinstone Lodge* No. 130 AP  & AM and Georgian Chapter  Royal Arch Masons, Funeral  service was held Wednesday  April Bill at 1:30 p.m. from  the family chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C. Rev. D. Morgan officiated,  Cremation followed.     4280-20  DIF.D-suddenly. Dr. Jack F.  UtthiK. B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D., of  MAYO CLINIC, Rochester,  Minnesota. He is muvived by  his father. Fred UttiiiK nf Wil-  Kon CiTt'k, his wife* and two  fioiiH,  Mark and ClirlHtophiT,  420C20  HELP    the    Lions   to   help  _worflywhile project in your  EXPERT carpenter (all lines)  reliable,    reasonable.    Anywhere on Sunshine Coast. Ph.  886-7423 -evenings.        4292-22  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Naida Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Sechelt, B.C.  2910-tfn  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  ��� SALAL 35c BUNCH  Contact plant before picking.  Located  at Roberts  Creek,  across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  ���  3457-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS   .  .Madeira Park, B.C.   .  Salal Pickers Wanted  SALAL 35c BUNCH  HUCK 32c. BOXWOOD 32c.  CEDAR  Contact plant before picking.  Located 1st house* north of  Pender Harbour HoteL  "Prione S83-2265  4079-t��n  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  1400-777 Hornby Street  Vancouver 1,  B.C.  3 bedroom cottage in Gibsons, convenient to shopping.  Large lot overlooking the Bay  $8500 Cash. A good bet for  making a start in home owning.  1700' floor area home, mostly new construction on view  lot in Gibsons. Terms on  $20,500. Stone fireplace, view  window, bedr'm spaqe to spare.  Apartment block site with  140' road front., 105* depth  close to shopping and P.O..  View of Gibsons harbour.  $13,500.  10 acre .block astride the  highway with year round  stream. Southerai- slope at Roberts Creek. $12,000.  Almost .7\acresv.witli''*.lb;-rni  farm house in good condition.  -Large-stream nnming^thru^iTid  close to house, near Pender  Harbour, Half down oil $19,500  9% acres view land close to  boat moorage and beach access $5,500. Above Secret Cove  20 acres highway property  near Gibsons. Terms at $23,000.  Salesman Jack Warn  886-7244      -or     ���886-268l^eves.  4312-20  rommunity, such as the Physiotherapy Ward at St. Mary's  Hospital. Mail in your family's  Birthday and Anniversary  dates plus $2 for your calendar, today! To Don Hadden,  Box 93, Sechelt, or phone 885-  9504. Deadline April 22, 1970.  .      4278-21  WORK WANTED  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-tfn  HEAVY   duty  rotovator.   Ph.  886-2897. 4017-tfh  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Eav-es cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,      statements,  balance    sheets. Personal   income tax returns. Ph; 886-9331.  4127-tfn  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing in paper hanging,  interior & exterior decorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  Phone 885-9715 after 4 p.m.  4252-tfn  WANTED    PENINSULA    EVERGREENS,  Salal wanted ��� Please contact J. M.  Hayes at Sechelt,  B.C. Phone 885-9962.  2837-tfn  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender  Harbour area.   Call  Sechelt Agencies Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  CASH for portable type saw  mill in good working order.  Pender Harbour ������ Egmont  area. Kenneth N. Nelson. Egmont P.O. 4238-21  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  WANTED  A DOG POUNDKEEPER  Someone, preferably near  Gibsons who can receive and  maintain dogs from the dog-  catcher In accordance with  the Village of Gibsons Dog  Pound By-law. Dog kennels  will be? supplied. Information  may be obtained from tho  Municipal Office, telephone  800-2543  David Johnston  Municipal Clerk  JOLLY ROGER INN  requires* part-time  MORNING COOK  and  KITCHEN HELP  to start. immediately.  Male or female  Call 885-9998 or come in  person to The Inn.  Also applications for summer  employment are now being  received  4319-20  FOR RENT  RUBY LAKE: Spring special! A fully furnished and insulated cabin on 120' W-F.  Fireplace, sundeck. Let's' hear  your offer. Asking $13,500 FP.  PORPOISE BAY: Walk to  the wharf from this- Sechelt  view lot. Two livable cabins  on. Loads of potential for the  buyer with ideas. Try your offer to $8,950 asking price. Call  DON TAIT 883-2284.  WEST SECHELT: Hurry  with your offer on this 4 ac.  of choice garden soil. Unfinished 4 room house, good location.  ROBERTS CREEK: Nearly  5 ac. with dble road frontage.  Close to transportation etc.  Only $4,500. :*       \   '  GIBSONS: Cosy 768* cottage, requires small amount of  finish. 2 bdrms., L.R. and  Cab. kitchen., vanity bath.  Situated on sunny level acre.  Attractive terms on $12,800.  Looking-for-a small home on  a few acres -��� try this', one. 2  bdrms., lge. kiteshen with nook  nice L.R., utility. Wired for  range and has A-oil heat. Try  your offer."  Trim 3 bdrm. beauty with  a view unsurpassed. Spacious  living room opens to sundeck  via sliding glass door and  feature^-white-Sandstone fireplace with raised Slate hearth.  Attractive dining room ad-  joiris living roonv-andnis-coHve-  Aprll 7,   11)70.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  4701  East Hastings St., N. Burnaby  LOW DN. PAYMENT SPECIALS  2-sfde by -side SO'* 150' Bklg, lots, Excellent for summer cobln,  only 600 (t, to beoch and marina. Low Price $700 dn. F.P. only  $2200.  ONLY ONE D0'xl20* bldg, lot tor LOW PRICE $750 F.P.  (leasehold land)  Completely remodelled 2 Iwtrm. bsmt, home, on dcr*p lot with 68'  level hooch, LOW D.P, onl $8,500 bal, by A/vale.  How ortn.-t  this? Only  $3,500 dn.  Ih.y*. till*. 6 yr.  old cabin on  100' wo��(ir-(fOf>lo<)c, $l?,,")00 F.P. or will troelo properties,  THIS IS GOODI  Approx, ? eicre*., ond 700 *sq. ft, homo with 26-1' woterrfrootage,  At    Icei.t    -1   axccllc'nl   I>I(I<1.    kll-'V    Icy   your   LOW   D,P.   Only  $22,500 F.P.  TOR   THESE   WELL   PRICED   LISTINGS  AND  MANY  OTHERS,  WRITL fOR n.CE CATALOGUE TO AN AREA SPECIALIST WHO  HAS VANCOUVER CLIENTS TOR YOUR PROPERTY.  G, KNOWLES 290-05-11  OR  291-2001.  WE TRADE ACROSS CANADA  RITZ Motel���Rates by day,  wecak, month. Commercial  crew rates. Full housekeeping.  Electric heat. 886-2401, Gib-  soos, B.C. 3559-tfn  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.   2635-tfn  1    BDRM    unfurnished    apt.  fridge, carpet & stove. ,Av-*  ailable April 1st. $75 mo. Ph.  885-2862. 4198-tfn  SMALL     waterfront     home,  fully    modern,    magnificant  view,   -yearly    lease,    Pender  Harbour, 883-2344. 4281-20  REAL ESTATE  RARE residential view property within village boundaries of Sechelt. Five acre block  $7,500. Box 4024, Peninsula  Times,  Sechelt. 4024-tfn  3 BEDROOM home on Abbs  road,   Gibsons,   good   view.  Phone 885-2818 days. 886-2000  eves. Write Box 4039 Penins- ,  ula Times, Sechelt, B.C.  ��� 4039-tfn  SUNSHINE COAST  Seaview Park Estates, 2 lovely  new homes on view lots overlooking Gibsons & Gulf Islands. Both homes feature living rm., dining rm��� 2 bdrms.  6 modern kitchen & good storage. Located on quiet cul-de-  sac with all services for only  $20,800 F.P1. Rufus Savage,  920-5395 or 908-0131.  ALSO!  7 view lot-s available In same  subdivision priced from $3,(100  4�� $4,800, All are better than  average size, & best ressldentlnl  nren In Gibsons. Rufus Savage  920-5395 or 988-0131.  CANADA PERMANENT  TRUST  4289-21  SANDY HOOK, TILLICUM.  TUWANEK ��� we have waterfront and semi waterfront lots  in these areas, fully serviced,  priced from $2,000 to $8,000.  Wondejrful views, good fishing  ideal for summer homes or  year round residence.  886-2481  NORTHWEST BAY ROAD,  a number of good sizei^d lots  available in this developing  area, also acreage.  886-2481  GIBSONS area. Excellent  potential for subdivision along  Chaster Road, buy now before  watersystem is installed. Four  only 2 acre lots, side by side,  just west of the Rosamund  subdivision. Priced at $4,500  each, all cash.  886-2481  GIBSONS HEIGHTS ���Lots  72*.xl307 one short block from  shopping, centre, schools etc.  See us about building mortgage. We now have mortgages.  ���'_.���- 886-2481    . r  ; NORTH ' ROAD; halfway  between, Sunnycrest and  Langdale, % acre with 200"  RF, only $2,200 full price.  886-2481  PARK ROAD ��� 5 acres in  the village of Gibsons, 410* RF  suitabe for subdivision, like  money in the bank.  886-2481  UPPER GRANTHAMS ��� 2  acres of view property, strategically located corner of Reed  Road & Chamberlin, with road  allowance along north side too.  A good buy at $5,000.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� 3  bdrm. older type home on 2  beautiful view lots overlooking Gibsons. Large LR and  kitchen with basement, A real  ' family home, FP $14,500 on  $7000* Down.  ' 880-2481  LISTINGS WANTED  Representing Zurich and  Wmtcm V,nlon Insurance  nient to .bright ^kitchen -and  large breakfast area. W-W carpet throughout in attractive  nutmeg shade. Full basement  has unfinished extra bedroom  and lots of space for storage,  workshop or? A-oil furnace &  utility. Another feature to this  very desirable home is the  level basement. This in Van-  Cathedral entrance and ground  couver would bring much  more than the $35,000 asked.  Attractive terms too.  The finest small hobby farm  in area. 2 level acres, smart 3  bdrm. home features spacious  living room with fireplace and  lge. picture windows, W-W  carpets. All elect, kitchen with  adjoining dining room. 2 guest  cabins matches house and  garage finish. 2 horse barn,  corral etc. Attractive terms on  $30,000.  GIBSONS: Priced for quick  sale is this attractive 2 bdrm.  full bsmt. home. View living  room, bright kitchen, also lge.  bright utility. Finished room  in -bsmt.. Workshop and storage, A-oil heat. Grounds are  beautifully : landscaped and  with' a neat vegetable patch,  fruit trees. Concrete walks in.  Carport. Attractive terms on  $14,500.  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  * Gibsons. B.C.  Phone 886-2000  .1  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  4272-19  PENDER Harbour ��� Seaview, large lot only 100 yds.  to sea on Hotel Lake. $4500  FP, 5per cent down, 7 per cent  terms, and 10 percent discount  for cash. Phone Collect 485-  6838. 4270-21  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 arid utility room on  main floor. Only $35)000.  Some Terms.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 4.75  acres. Close 'to Golf course.  Now only $5,800.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 1.25  acres, secluded, treed, on Hydro. $2,800 cash.  West Sechelt ��� 5 acres  with 150' of Highway frontage. Gulf view. $12,500.  Sechelt Village center ���  Flat and cleared building lot.  $3200.  DAVIS BAY ��� 2 bedroom,  basement, view home. Auto-  oil furnace. $16,500.       '  Several     Fine     Waterfront  "Properties. ~~  NOR WEST BAY ��� Half  acre of waterfront where the  fishing is great. 3 bedroom  cottage with stone fireplace,  Hydro, and lots of water.  $7,000 down.  DAVIS BAY ��� 165* W.F.  with 2 bedroom home. Finest  Beach on coast.  WEST SECHELT  VISTA   VIEW ��� Lots   on  water system. Choice of seven.  New $3,200.00. Terms.  SELMA PARK ��� Lovely  view lot with older 2 bedroom  home. Bird sanctuary with  enclosures. Imported birds.  Take all for $17,500 cash. Also  2 bedroom home on large view  lot at $15,500 cash.  Davis Bay ��� Selma Park  View lots, 2-66' x 180' lots,  both for $9200.  KEATS ISLAND ��� 100'  Watefront lot on Collingwood  Road. Piped water and Hydro  serve next lot. $7,500.  SIVER SANDS ��� View dot  on highway 101 and Bryan Rd.  Water and Hydro by. $1,500  down or' $3,300 cash.  SANDY HOOK ��� Waterfront lot with southern exposure. $8,800 cash.  Multiple Listing Service  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Phone 885-2Q13  Sechelt, B.C.  4308-tfn  Mr. Crosby, eves.  Mr. White, eves.  880-2098  800-2935  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance .  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gtl'rfons. B.C.  Phone 000-24B1  4314-20  4309-20  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SELMA PARK No, 1522  Near water, store, ond village. Delightful 2 bedroom home, lovel  lot, $9,000,00 down. Offers on $13,200.00. Call; Peter Smith  805-9463.   PENDER HARDOUR No. 1476  108 foot waterfront with des��p moorage float. Upper portion  suitable} for division Into flood lots, Fully furnished 2 bedroom  homo Included In full prices $33,000,00. Termi, Call: Pester  Smith 085-9463.  WEST SECHELT No, 1312  2 lovely view lots locoted on 101 just out of village. All nervlces  arc available. These lots aro reasonably priced at $-1,200.00 each.  Coll: Slon AmlortFor. 005-2305.  DAVIS OAY VIEW No,  1513  Locoted on Arbeitl�� Drive this lot has woter oriel power ovollablo,  View Is. iin,ur|>ov.c.<l. Rood k wxm to be paved, Priced at  $4,000.00 with*$1,500,00 down, $75,00 per month. Coll; Stan  Anderson 005-2385,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. .  Box 155, Secholt  Sochol"- 885-2235 Gibsons 886-7015  , F '     *,    ,   ~        Iff  ...     ������..... ' ^ l Jl ��      J,!1" _.���-*��***��. -as.*- ^        -  ��� ���������.'������    ' .���:    -   . *-���   '�����( ..***?' , '     -,     --*.���*        -- - ���  t   -   -   j.'\    '  ' F^i \ lj        a    ���a  F     ,  h F    ^ -Fa a,a  ) ,F<   i. .a?*,' Fa  ��� p.,1,'',**" ���*:  *.. r -F *  a* a        ,     >    V,   a aa   *.,-**.* a        ' e,  < *\ ' * a        V ^ *      , N     , F     ,*     j Ft"  V A  \ ���>'���,<���.���      *f",1    FJ(��      'I*'    S"l���*    '  I   I    '   ���    , *iai����'f(����'),,j,'t   .       Vki%^}        |1   "' I      ���   V.  1   * F  �� *��'     "      ."l 1 *'    I, '  *' * ������"���-I* ", -< ^.,1'^  ,,,,**,*    *'��        <  *\ *���  ' , ,     .   F I   -'     , I ' ���  a���a-a���,-��.^a.^.FaF a.,,., .,.. ,LlaJaaaJwFalJaa.it.'���, I, t,..ti> ���i.�� ���  BEAUTIFUL 2% ACRE WILLIAM  ISLAND  At  Irvine's Landing  In  Pcndor  Harbour.   1.-100  ft.  waterfront,  sheltered, drilled'well. Full price $35,000 with  $10,000 down.  1 ,  . 99 ft. waterfront lot ot Madeira Pork.  95 ft. waterfront lot ot Earl Covo.  131 ft. waterfront lot at Madeira Pork.  Excellent motel or trailer park site. A acres acros-i Highway  101  from Pender Harbour Hotel at Madeira Park.  23 largo view lot* In Madeira Park and Eorl Covo.  Terms available on above properties,  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, D.C. ��� Phone 083-2233  I LOTS  Nowhere on tho Peninsula will you find two moro  beautifully situated  TOP QUALITY WATERFRONT LOTS.  Just off tho Sunshine Coast Highway, surrounded by  tall trees of a seven acre park estate( only four mil<?s  from Sechelt, Doth lots'are 195 feet deep and,each  has 100 feet of safe gentle sloping beach. All services available and included in price each of $16,750,  First time offered, so hurry for first choice, Small elis-  count for cash. To view call owner at 733-2586 or  885-9722.  RUSTIC with ��� modem comfort: 3 bdrm log house on 9  wooded acres in West Sechelt.  Beamed cathedral ceiling, fireplace in lge living rm; all-  electric kitchen. Workshop &  studio or guest room in separate building. Large garden  with greenhouse, fruit trees.  $23,000. Phone 885-2871.  4254-tfn  Roberts Creek area: Waterfront: 4 acres gently sloping  land about ��\ cleared. 220 ft.  shoreline, lower area landscaped, complete with fish and lily  pools. Imaginatively planned  new home; well started, large,  completely wired, shake roof,  double fireplace, etc.; very  -liveable"* summer cottage,  workshop, patio. Terms arranged on $55,000, or cash  price $48,000. Scale model may  be seen at our office.  Gibsons: On large, nicely  landscaped view lot, close to  shopping, etc., no steep climbs:  Big family home, four bed-  '��� rooms, big living areas, full  basement with A-oil furnace,  deck, patio, walks, ideal for  plenty of children! Only  $24,000 cash.  Waterfront acre in Gower  area, with small cottage on  best view site: big stone fireplace -divides two rooms, wired, etc. 200 feet waterfront,  full price $20,000 on reasonable terms.  Gibsons: Very fint> view lot  on Sargent road, $3,500, terms.  This is an area'of nice home^.  GIBSONS GULF VIEW  AREA: An older type 2 BR  home on a level lot, in a quiet  area *.. Uh some view. Very  close to beach. Suitable for retirement. Owner is very desirous of selling and will consider reasonable offers on FP  of $12,600.  HILLSIDE ��� PORT MELLON���Revenue property. An  up and down duplex fully tenanted, on a payed highway.  Property shows a good return  on investment. Has excellent  possibilities for the small investor. $300 down on Full  Price of $7500.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real, Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  LISTINGS WANTED  Do Worrman 886-2393  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Lorrie Girard        886-7760  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  4310-20  150 ACRES elevated view  property near Secret- Cove.  Lane access. Just $60,000 for  quick sale. Write Box 4023,  Peninsula Times. 4023-tfn  SPACIOUS, new 3 bedroom  home with, full bsmt. Fully  carpeted, two sets plumbing  up, bathroom down. Two fireplaces, Citation cabinets, two  sun-decks and two car-port.  Terms on $32,000. Owner will  carry A-S at 9 per cent. Box  346 Gibsons P.O. 4313-20  FOR SALE ��� New 1 bedroom  home.   120'   waterfront   on  Ruby Lake. Drive to property.  886-7423 evenings. 4293-22  BLOCK BROS.  Phone    Mr.    GooeJ    263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  WE TRADE  3061-tfn  THE SUNSHINE COAST  An area for  Pleasure and Investment  For waterfrontage, lots,  acreage  and business opportunities  Contact /  FINLAY .REALTY\LTli  886-9900 eves. 886-7088  4311-20  MOBIL!: HOMES  45 x 10 Travello. Washer, dryer, oversized hot water tank.  Fully  furnished   By  appointment only. 885-2314. . 3873-tfn.  64x12 four bedroom mobile  home, complete with furnishings, washer, dryer, deep  freeze, T.V. for sale at No. 7  Sundance Trailer Park, Sechelt. 4217-20  PETS  FEMALE    Labrador    Chesapeake cross puppy. 8 weeks  old.  Phone 885-9362  before  6  p.m. 4295-20  TOY & miniature poodle puppies.   Reg'd   &   innoculated.  From   $60.   Also   some   older  stock. Ph. 885-9797.      4290-22  LOST  SPAYED female English Setter    named    'Lucy'.    White  with black markings. Tattooed  ear. Reward. Ph. 885-2031.  4304-20  FOUND  FOUND      near      breakwater,  Selma Park, 10* boat. Write  Box    4282    Peninsula    Times,  Sechelt. ' 4282-20  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  For'Our Representative Call Mr. Good Collect 263-4993 (24 hours)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  WE COVER THE WATERFRONT  REVENUE SECHELT  4 suites or summer rentals/year round or steady, on thc beach.  $5,500 down payment.  Retirement homo ot Selma Park, brand new; small on highway,  ���dominion lease. F.P. $14,750.  COMMERCIAL  At  Sechelt,  300' waterfront,  all services available,  Suitable for  Motel/Hotel complex, $68,000.  DUSINESSES  Loclles'/Chilclren's Wear, little or, no competition, located right In  the centre of the Peninsula, Excellent opportunity, Terms.  Variety Store 5 & 10c located on Peninsula, Prlmo location 1750  sq. ft. Ideal for man and wifo operation. Stock $20,000, Terms.  Evergreen collecting wholesaler plus small theatre, 100' waterfront  with four bedroom residence, Land,,alono worth half asking value.  High return for owner-operator, InvestIgato this and phone mo,  Mr. Good 263-4993,  Terms on $55,000, or your houso In part  trejde.  PENDER HARDOUR  Located  overlooking  Garden   Day  West  and  Southern   exposure  |ust off tho highway with eight average sli-e lots,  can bo subdivided,  $20,000 down or'your property In  trade,   Ideal  retirement. Mr. Good, 263-4993,  LOTS  Two waterfront on Francos Peninsula, about 200', asking $16,000  each'. Also 50 acres from $45,000,  $2,700 at Garden Pay Lake, i.co signs.. Or from $3,950,   1Q%  down at Selma Park near water, Just off highway before-. Sechelt.  '  WATERFRONT  Doslroblo lots at Sechelt $9,250, Low down payment.  HOMES  Summer or Perm, residence Halfmoon Day, Garden Bay, Pcndor  Harbour, split level $16,900. Larger modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landing, Howe Sound, e.bout $25,000 will  handle. Will never bo rcpootcd. As a prestige waterfront residence.  Over 5 bedroomi ond guest accommodation,  large grounds.  Retirement  special  at  Madeira Pork. Modern homo plus eight  lots to nol| off en o subdivision, $20,000 handles.  2 acres with 2 bdrm. homo on Hwy. 4 mlloi Sechelt side of Ma-  elclro Park tumoff. Only $6600 wllh $1600 down,  Commercial Ouslness and Lorne Acreages, Phone mo Mr, Good  263-4993 24 hrs, I rrprescnt In your arm with ..lock IJros,  Hcc-ilty Ltd.. the largest in the We*,t. And I am o eeoltor ond a  number*, of tho Industrial, Commercial ond Investment Division  of the greater Vancouver Reol f slnto l.oord,  FOR THE SUNSHINE  COAST,   PHONF.  ME  AMD  LIST  YOUR  ��� PROPERTY Wr. SILLI  7695  Granville  St.,   Vancouver,   A*.k  lo,   Mr.   Good   263-4993,  24 l-imirs,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  4 CARS 8s TRUCKS  1865   FORD    Anglia    Station  wagon for sale $700. Write  Box   3928,   Peninsula   Times,  Sechelt.     3928-tfn  396���-350- HP  "67   Chevelle   2  dr.   HT.  Immaculate   28,000  miles.   Offers.   Ph.   883-2444.  Gbrdie.       ' 4250-21  PRIVATE:   *64  Olds   hardtop.  Elec. windows & seat. Power brakes & steering. Ex. condition. $1750. Ph. 885-9630.  4239-tfn  1965 F 85 (6) De Lu.xe Olds,  automatic, radio, excellent  condition. $1106. Also 9 ft. x  12 ft. tent, double sleeping  bag, umbrella tent. $50. Phone  885-9792. 4278-22  1902 FORD  Fairlane  6  cylinder. Rebuilt automatic transmission,  &   torque   convertor.  $400. Ph. 883-2256.        4284-22  TRACTOR ��� Rubber tires, 4  drive   diesel,   angle   blade,  bucket & winch.  $2,500.  885-  9565. ,.- 4306-20  BQATS & ENGINES  -14 FT. boat, trailer & IVz HP  motor   for   sale,   $400   cash.  Ph.  885-2024.  4256-21  FOR SALE (Continued) ,,  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.   8893-tfn  BUY   your   trash   incinerator  from   Sechelt   Kinsmen   at  $3.50 each. Phone 885-9542.  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Ph. 886-9959. 4203-tfn  30 INCH, Propane cook stove,  three-quarter bed and mattress.    Phone    885-9635    after  April  18. ���   4305-21  KAWAI   piano   &   bench   for  sale. Phone 886-7094.  4233-21  TWO for the price of one ���  Clear out  of toys at C&S  Sales,    Sechelt.    Phone    885-  9713. 4260-20  CAMPER   Car.   1959   Chevy.  Good   condition.   $450.   Ph.  886-7459. 4261-21  ALL   fibreglass   canopy   fits  long,   wide,   Box.   Ph.   883-  2535. 4288-20  --EREEZElV22-euTTrTrnio^  old. Excellent condition, $160  Ph.  885-2871. 4300-20  GOLF cart, adjustable dress  maker's model, 2 burner gas  stove, 2 burner alcohol stove,  good tent, cast iron pot &  fry pan, steel basket *type car  top carrier, 2600 .books (all  subjee-ts) etc.- etc. I may have  it, private, 886-7.73L   _ 4302-20  LEGALS (Continued)  Village of Gibsons  TENDER  .Gibsons-Sechelt Airport  i  Extension to Ramp-Area  Tenders will be received by  the undersigned at the Muni-  cipaL Office, Gibsons, up to 4  p.m. Monday, April 20, 1970.  Envelopes are to be marked  "Airport tender".  The" work entails an extension to the ramp at the airport,  clearing an area approximately 400 by 200 feet, and moving fill from the North side of  the runway for the extension.  Contractors may .contact Mr.  R. Marshall, Caretaker, at the  aii*port for details��� telephone  685-2475. Work mus't be completed thirty (30) days after  the awarding of -the contract.  The lowest or any tender  will not necessarily be accepted. _ \  "David Johnston,  Municipal Clerk  April ID, 19707  4303-pub.. April 15. 1970  LEGALS (Continued)  FAST 28 FT. semi deep V  hardtop, 10 ft. beam. Double  diagonal planked hull. Fibre-  glassed inside & out. 6 ply on  bottom. All underwater gear  stainless. 2��o -Chrysler marine  engjneJ__J12_JE-T-^^n^ PRODUCTS  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  Bunks, head, ideal for charter  boat. $7200. Ph. 883-2318.  4257-20  18   FT.   sloop   complete   with  running   gear.   $850.   Phone  Sim electric, .885-2062. 4245-21  HALF cabin,  clinker boat  &  trailer. Stone's Marina, Secret Cove. Ph. 885-9591.  4285-20  7"vi.   HP   outboard   motor   in  good condition. 885-9565.  4307-20  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  OMC SERVICENTRE  Phone 883-2266  3 h.p. Evinrude '65 95  9.5 h.p, Evinrude, new 410  10 h.p. Johnson '63 150  18 h.p. Evinrude '68 365  20 h.p. Johnson '66 245  33 h.p. Evinrude '65 295  33 h.p. Evinrude '68 395  35 hp. Johnson '59 190  35 h.p. Evinrude '60 225  40 h.p. Evinrude Man. '68 495  40 h.p. Evinrude Man. '69 500  40 h.p. Evinrude, el. '68 525  45 h.p. McCulloch, el.       * 450  50  h.p.   Viking, el. ���"  50 h.p. Evinrude, el.  55 h.p. Evinrude, el.  90 h.p. Evinrude, el.  90 h.p. Johnson, el.  * Includes controls.  SHAKES AND  SHINGLES  For local sales call in at  . Wilson Creek Mill.  Phone  886-9697  4156-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint --Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivenf air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  LEGAL  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land recording District  of New Westminstejr and situate vicinity North Lake.  Take notice that Joseph El-  den McKay of 2765 Davies  Ave., Port. Coq., occupation  mechanic intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted 700' from N.W. corner  of Lot 7000 Group 1 N.W.D.;  thence 100' N.W.; thence 300"  S.W.; thence 100' S.E.; thence  300' N.E. and containing "".  acres more or less. The purpose for which the lease is required is summer home.  J. E. McKay  Dated Feb. 21, 1970.  4163-pub. March 25,  April  1,  8, 15, 1970  * ��� 425  ��������� 395  * 750  * 595  * 625  4316-20  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   and   Repaired  Professionally  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  Phone 885-2846  4226-tfn  TRADE  2 BEDHOOM, full bnsement, 3  year old, on wnter line, Dble.  carport, sundeck, corner lot  100 ft, wide?, Approx 1 block  to ocean, nnd clear view nl-  most to Horseshoe Bay. Short  walk to govt, ferry. All largo  rooms, fireplace, loads of kit.  cabinets nnd vanity. Auto oil  furnace'. Want old house, full  baHcmi nt. (No side hills) some  slunk- Irc-es and on water supply Gibsons-Sechelt area. Bal,  crash. Box 4283, Peninsula  Times.   Sechelt. <U.(.3-20  FOR SALE  ���    Form No. 18  . ���_ (Section 82*1  LAND ACT    .  Notice "of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  North of Sechelt, East of Secholt Inlet.  Take notice that Harold Edward Aubin of Sechelt, occupation retired intends tb apply  for a lease of the following  described  lands:���  Commencing at a post  planted Due S.E. 175 ft from  N,E. corner Lot 18 to Iron pin  on unsurveyed land Lot 7148  group 1 'N.W.D.; thence North  690 ft.; thence Enst 330 ft.;  thence south 800 ft,; thence S.  W. 330 ft. along road right of  way and containing approx, 7  acres, more or less.  The  purpose  for which  the  lease-is 'required i.s homesite.  Harold Edward Aubin  Dated April 6, 1970,  4301 -pub. April 15, 22, 29, May  0, 1970  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to. Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver,] B.C. and situate  East of Sechelt Inlet.  Take notice that David Robert Cavalier of Sechelt, B.C.  occupation labourer, Canadian  Forest (Port-Mellon) Products,  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands;  Commencing at a post  planted due east 80 feet from  S.E. corner Lot 6, Lot 7148,  Group 1, N.W.D.;" thence 660  feet due east; thence 660 feet  due south to road'right away;  thence along road right of way  thence N.W. to post and containing four and ono half acres, more or less.  The  purpose for which-the  lease is required is^home"site.  David Robert Cavalier  Dated April 5," 1970. ���  4298-pub. April 15, 22, 29, May  6, 1970  TENDERS  DEPARTMENT t>F LANDS,  ���FORESTS,   AND  WATE!  RESOURCES  TIMBER SALE No. A 02290  Advertisement  Sealed tenders will be received by the District Forester  at Vancouver, B.C., not later  than 11.00 a.m. on the 4th day  of May, 1970, for the purchase  of Licence No. A 02290, to <mt  548,000 cubic feet of Hemlock,  Cypress, Fir, Balsam & Cedar  on an area situated south of  Lyon Lake, Sechelt Peninsula,  New Westminster Land District.  Five (5) years will be allowed for removal of timber. As  this area is within the Quadra  P.S.Y.U., which is fully committed, this sale will be awarded under the provisions of  section 17 (la) of the Forest  Act, which gives the timber-  sale applicant certain privileges.  Further particulars may be  obtained from the . District  Forester, 631 Marine Building,  Vancouver' 1, B.C., or the Forest Ranger, P.O. Box 69, Sechelt, B.C.  4219-pub.  April  1, 8, 15, 22  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice  of  Intention   to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  East of Sechelt Inlet.  Take notice that Gladys  Ruth Clark of Sechelt, B.C.,  occupation housewife intends  to apply for a lease of the following described  kinds:���  Comencing at a post  planted due Oast 80 ft. from  N.E. corner. Lot 5, Lot 7148 ���  Group 1 N.W.D.; thence 660 ft.  east; thence G("0 feet south;  thence 400 feet West; thence  757 feet north and containing  6.5 acres along road right of  way.  The purpose for which tho  Ic-nse- is required  is  homesite.  Gladys Ruth Clarke  Dated April  5,   1970.  4299-pub, April 15. 22, 29, May  (I, 1070  THIS VlTAtJ  YOU N G  RELIGION  F  {^^(^-SEKS  Tlioro are throa million people,  around the world today who be.-  Itovc. that tho unification of mankind  Ii tha will of God for our ago. Thoy  cpll Ihomeolvo. Boha'ls.  Perhapi Baha'i b what yea ���fire*.  looking for.  EDNA M. FOOTE  Bahai't of Sunshine. Coast  005-2000, Sechelr, B.C.  12 HP Gibsons garden tractor.  I'll. 8(15-007.1. 4213-20  Used Televisions  23" Admiral;"'near new ^11 ai��.fir>  22" Admiral, new picture  tube-, SOU  23" Dumoiit, special console  model. $300,05  ...V UCA, old model, new  tube $(��>,05  Used White Goods  Vlkliii, wisher, fully automat-  le, w-fl cycles $1��0.H��  Mate-hlni' Dryer, $120,05  Leonard 10 cu. fl, Rifrii.eiliter,  ���fifl-l  Shelvador 12 at. fl, lief liberator $3��.��ft  Kenmorc- Elect ill* 1��.ii..!<�� 30".  very /-.ond condition, $11-5,  llani;clte. 110 volt, t! burner,  Ilk.,  new, $75  Used  Furniture  Bedroom  suite $-l!>,i>'">  Bedroom  t-ulte, -Ml.*  Simile bed, c-w   mattres-i    $25  Phi*,   many  tinmlvn lined  t,|,K-<*lalV  PARKER'S HARDWARE  (1969) LTD.  Ceiwrlc SI.   Se-c-helt.  Ph. (1115-2171  -tfl.l-'.0  SECLS3ELT AGENCIES DATE t?A!D  ��� This free reminder of comlna ervents is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for free llstlnQS, specifying "Dato  Pad". Pleoto noto thot space Is limited ond some advance dates may  havo to wait their turn; olso that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot olways carry full details.  April   16���1:30 p.m. Senior Cltl-tcrn. Association Branch o9  mectlnn  In Sechelt Legion Hall.  April  10���from II a.m,   1st Secholt Ceibr, Rottlo Drive, "Be Prepared".  April 10���0 p.m, Sechelt Elementary School Activity Room, "Thc Lover"  presented by Driftwood Players,  April 20���-7:30 p,*n, Sechelt Fire Hall, flection of Sechelt flro Protcc-  tion DIM, tru'.tees.  April 22���1 I a.m..2 p.m. St. Hilda's Holl, Secholt, TOPS Clul> Riimmoao  Salo ond Bpko Sale,  April 22���7:30 p.m, Madeira Park  Elementary School.  Public MenllnQ  Referendum No, 10.  April 26���2 pm, Ruby Lake   VVr-lrjIvIn for Gibsons Rod  R Gem Club  Trout Derby,  April   27���0  p,m,   Sechelt   Legion   Holl,   Annual   Meeting   St.  Hoipltal Society.  ASK fOR FREE CATALOGUE OP PROPERTY  tf  Mary's  jiV  ^(Slft  SB  _~~J  Multiple. Lilting Service*.  Vancouver Reel Citato  Qoord  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES' LTD.  Sechelt 005-2235  24 HOURS  Gibson* 806-7015  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture!  '"   . Store and Restaurant-Fixtures        '  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  !       Phone 886-2551 _____  PLUMBING CONTRACTING  SEPTIC TANKS - REPAIR WORK  GEORGE FAWKES  Tel: 885-2100  RJR. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  MICKIE'S-BOUTIQUE  Specializing in  Permanent Florals  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-2339  In the Benner Block  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A CaU-  FREE ESTIMATES  ���fr  ���%* ,     ��� -      ����a-a-F��-��***Siafl^  CONTROLLED BLASTING   ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAThb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666/ Box 172, Sechelt. B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines*  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  --<���������   Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956; 886-9326  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel:'883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beniriger  Box 14, Secohlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  JOHN'S WOODWORKING  China and Kitchen Cabinets,  Bookcases, Coffee Tables, etc.  Free Estimates.  Box  169, Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-7211, ask for John.  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Pino lino of fabrics,  Sample* brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AUDIN  Tol. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  CHUCK'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  Freo Estimates  Phono 885-2375 aftor 5 p.m.  Box  593. Secholt,  B.C.  GIBSONS STUCCO 8, DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK  Albert Ronnbcrrj 086-2996  or Norman Cootcs 886-2483  J. G. REPAIRS  All small air cooled motors repaired.  Saw   filing,  lawn  mowers  sharpened,  Reasonable  rate-..  All repair;, guaranteed.  Phono 886-9959 aftor 4:00 p.m.  or -weekends.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Black - Gibsons  Every Wednesday.  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS   s  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment-- Bank-interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For frco cstiraato���Call 886-2728  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' ana* Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts.. Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL AAAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C&S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2173  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to onvwhero In Canada.  General Freight. Low-bed and hoavy  haullna.  (CANADIAN  JfROPANE  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  Gibsons, B.C.  Office 886-2481 Res. 886-2131  ROY 8, WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marino Building - Porpoiso Bay  Secholt, B.C.  8B5-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pcndor Harbour  Parts & Marino Servico ���  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thcrmoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  Holotlllinn - Lown". ond Landscaping  Corpcntry - Plumbing - Septic Tonl-.'.  Lots clearer" of debris or any Job,  No .Job Too Small and Seldom Too Ulg,  Phono 885-9418  William $. Dooley, R.R. 1, Sccheft, D.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsoil  Fill - Drain Rocks - Sewers  R.R, 1, Madeira Pork, B.C.  Phofto ��83-2263 or 883-2721  iELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.   ?-  or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving &LoaTowina  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PK RENTALS  a Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - ToprSoil  Buirdozing - Loader. - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE" PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  "Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848   MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measure  HeadqucTters 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.  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sechelt to Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2426   R.R. 1 Madeira Park, B C.   TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential, Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Specializing in Electric Hear  Phono 886-7244  COAST BACK HOE AND TRUCK LTD,  Backhoe and Truck Rentals  Fill for Sale  Phono 883-2274  Box 89 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John DoKlcer  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Davis Boy, B.C. - Phono 885-2050  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TRI.ES  ��� DERRY PLANTS . BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Phono 886-2684  Welcome to the Floorshino Coast  HOWE SOUND  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specialist*. In Cleaning - Floor Waxlna  Spray Duffing - Window Cleaning  REASONABLE RATFS  .    KEN C. STRANGE  Phono 886-7131  - Gibsons, B.C.  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Architectural Deilgncra . General Controcror*  Residential and Commercial  Phono 885-2013, Sochott,  or Vancouver, 732!-9T9o  ALEX rOLEY or GCORGE ARDLCY  SECHELT GARDEN CENTRE  A Complete Selection  for all your Garden ond  Patio needs.  Cowrlo Street, Secholt - Ph. 805-9711  l*!^   0��^-��ll*|-|*M'*l��-^tl  .Jl'^^l^^.���r^'^l^|'^'^^-^*^���^*��� Jfc'iJ*iiiT*' -***-i* *"*- -If* -Tr-it "* i"* '*���'���������' ���^-r*^*1*-**��� **��� *' *��� ���"--���������---*' **-.t*-6*J��*.j*~.i*��.**l^..J*^%^*^.M.. ;**..**. *��� M...m*���JHkr0^.j��^^.,**.,��.j*.A..A...*...ik^jt��..*^^.l^^^.~. f-^,^^ ^ ^ ^^ *. jnt<es*-#iIjW,��-��iiaK#.��m�� .���m.***. a** s�� *,���. .The Peninsuia^^s^  "I mm be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkin  Douglas G. Wmeeler. Editor ��� Stewart B. Alsgard. Publisher  ihnnrmi-tnnnnr-rir"���n���i ������������������ -.......���..^.......���m���MmMiwiMMia  ANY newspaper.adhering to a policy of  speaking "out against petty officialdom, local politics likely to benefit a  a few at the expense of the majority,,  malfeasance or downright dictatorship,  inevitably raises the hostility of a few  individuals who for a variety of reasons  prefer not to rock the boat. In most cases  a little investigation behind the scenes  quickly reveals the true reasons for their  hostility. r,^  An ethical newspaper does have a  duty to perform, and apart from presenting news, it is to some extent the watchdog of the public. We do not set ourselves  up as judge and jury with dictatorial  desires, this wc are more than pleased to  leaver for those with such propensities,  and make no mistake, there are a number  of those in our midst who seek such  powers.  Fortunately, thc general public has  consistently proved its-self very able to  take care of such individuals once it is  made aware of a situation. This then is  where a newsman serves the public for  he is in a position to learn considerably  more of what goes on behind the scenes  than most others. He usually has a far  great comprehension of municipal affairs than any alderman' for he has probably been sitting in on council meetings  in various communities for a decade or  even a score of years. In fact he sees  aldermen and public officials come and  go. The same, of course, applies to School  Trustees.  An experienced newsman would have  been as equally appalled as were we at  the action of Regional Board Directors  in interpreting the Municipal Act as  giving them each thc powers, not only  of mayor but as mayor and council.  This was ludicrous and, indeed, alarming  when one considers thc implications. As  such "powers unto themselves" these men  would be setting themsejves up as autocrats each in his own little area. Before  we know it they would decide to establish  their own headquarters and staff and as  they evidently do not consider it necessary to pay attention to the provincial  government's rulings or suggestions, the  outcome would be a number of dictatorships from one end of the Sunshine Coast  to the other. This is a situation hardly  likely to materialize and, to be faif, is  not the attitude of the Board as a whole.  We still have a democratic system of  government be it local, provincial or  federal, and it has become very obvious,'  the public takes a great deal of interest in  thc activities of our present Regional  Board. Therefore, wc^ have little doubt,  the axe will fall where ��� necessary during  future elections.  We are not, as one character, suggests, continually attacking the Regional  Board. We have continued to state that  the concept of Regional District is good  and without it we would still be seeking  garbage systems and water extensions to  outside areas.  What we do protest and will continue  to protest, is the mistaken attitude of  any public body or ii  MORE   ABOUT.. .  o Paul St. Pierre     f  ���from pa-go A-l  could see the few pennies I pay in Ottawa  for my light and power bills, I think  you would agree that there is room for  socialist experiments in Canada"-!  "Of course the White Paper represents  a social policy. Two things are mixed in  it. One the necessity to raise funds to  rim the federal and provincial governments, the other is the need to distribute  the burden bf taxation more fairly. This  latter is social policy as distinct from  financial policy. The White Paper is a  social document as well as a financial  document.  "But gentlemen, I doubt very much  that it is any advantage for the right to  cry socialism any more than it is for the  left to cry fascism, because they are  . both emotional rather than seasoned  responses."  Taking a swing at the  NDP, Pierre  said "the New Democratic Party, as best  I can  determine, has  taken up the old  familiar battle cry. The White Paper is  designed to protect the rich and grind  the faces of the poor. It seems to mc  that there is always  the suggestion in  NDP speeches and- platforms that actually  most of us don't need to pay taxes at all  That there is a little knot of rich people  and  if we  just  take   the  money  frpm  them there will be plenty to go, ^around  and the country will run itself on their  taxes".  Fletcher's Philosophy  Director concerned  eaitSl Inspector shortage  proving critical situation  that it, he  or she, happens to be some kind of dictatorship. There are those of us who  recall the little Austrian who ultimately"  led Germany and the western world into  a Bloody war. To those; who gave six  years of their life helping eliminate the  dictator Hitler, any semblance of arrogant  autocracy does not go down too well.  Of recent weeks Times circulation  has approached the three thousand mark  which, discounting those too young to  read a newspaper, gives a readership of  about nine thousand. That a few disagree  with our views is therefore to be expected. Experience has made abundantly  clear thc fact that in almost each case of  dissent, it is usually a case of the proverbial hat fitting somewhere along thc  line. It is, in fact, the simple situation  of cry wolf.  Tfiicleaiii iissif v��-ei��.�� l��fft.  ���Harry W. Fletcher  GULLIBILITY  1 doubt if you heard what one morning  occurred to Gullible Gus of the Ghetto.  Who finished his flair with chagrin and despair  and a thrust of his trusty stilletto.  Now Gus had been told that the planets  controlled his past and his future  precisely.  But his Zodiac sign was way out of line,  which messed up his prospects quite nicely.  Gus quickly consulted a witch which resulte.l  in tea leaf and cruslal-ball  gazing.  She told him. for money, his life was all honey  and kept his hopes constantly raising.  Then Numerology backed by Phrenology . ,  deduced that his  name should be  Daisy;  When  Voodoo magicians exposed  inhibitions  right  there our poor Gussic went crazy'  So   let's   have   no   quarrels   with   methods  or  morals but be wise and avoid being  tensioncd.  Use plain common sense without jumping  the fence, then   you  won't be  like   who  we  just   mentioned.  Harry W. Fletcher  FOR THE PAST year,  Coast  Garibaldi  Union Board of Health has been pleading with the Minister of Health for an  additional health inspector in the rapidly ��  growing district it has to serve.  The situation is now so critical that  at last week's Board of Health meeting  Director Dr. D. L. Gemrnill stated that  he just doesn't know how the Health  Unit will cope adequately with demands  in 1970.  Besides the normal rapid growth, there  is the threat of ari added burden if  Whistler Mountain is chosen for the  Olympics in 1976. May 13th has been  set for selection of the Olympics site and  if the Whistler Mountain area is chosen  there will be a tremendous amount of  planning required as a transient population of 70,000 is expected.  Latest letter received by Sunshine  Coast Regional District from the Minister of Health stated that although he  is sympathetic towards the situation, the  same problem exists throughout the  Province.andJt._\yj3uldjiot bejair to give  extra help to any one district when it  is not possible to do the same for the  others. Commenting on this letter, Dr.-  Gemrnill said that since it wa.%. written,  Nanaimo District has received additional  help.  The Board will again write the Minister, pointing out the situation in the  Whistler Mountain area and will also  seek support from Regional Districts in  the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit. Stres  sing the need for publicity,' the Board  agreed to Chairman J. M. Ford's proposal"  that Dr. Gemrnill make application-to  represent the Board on the Powell River  Chamber of .Commerce.  WORK  LOAD  Illustrating the dire need for additional help Dr. Gemrnill "stated that in  1965, two public health inspectors served  the district and 34 subdivisions were  inspected. In 1969 still with two public  health inspectors, 283 subdivisions were  inspected. "'  It is hoped to obtain a summer student from the British Columbia Institute  of Technology but "this will only-be for  a few months, said Dr. Gemrnill.  Commenting on the problem of faulty  septic tanks, Dr. Gemrnill said experiments are being conducted in the Health  District with home treatment aerobic  units which, if adequate may solve some  of the problems.  The Director told the Board that only  two cases of infections hepatitis had been  reported this year:  ACTION TAKEN  In his report Senior Health Inspector  Peter Bell stated that stringent action  had been taken against one restaurant in  the Coast Garibaldi Health District and  that  all  restaurants  had  been   checked.  Commenting on the heavy load, he  advised that it is necessary to work  strictly to an appointments system.  More  complaints   are  being   received  Pago A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 15, 1970  from the public due to an increased  awareness of pollution problems, he  stated.  Mr. T. B. M. Fougberg who represent^  the Village of Pemberton asked Mr. Bell  why he couldn't take more decisive action  when a person disobeys a court order on  remedying a sewage disposal problem.  He felt that the health inspector should  be able to post notices on, such a property.  Mr. Bell said he had no authority to  stick posters on such a property and the. _-  only recourse is through the law court.  Dr. Gemrnill agreed, stating that action  must  be  taken through   the  court, and .  the Attorney General's Department.  ADEQUATE STAFF  Miss W. Davies, Nursing Supervisor  for Coast Garibaldi Health Unit reported  that at present, nursing staff is adequate.  There has been an increase in home nursing care in the Powell River and Gibsons  districts. Such care is recommended by  a doctor, she told the Board.  INTRODUCTION  Chairman of the Board, Jim Ford introduced Mr. Hugh Bell who comes from  the Prince George district and replaces  Health Inspector Mr. N. D. Gallant."  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  LONG time Liberal and a former Supreme Court Justice, Mr. J. V. Clyne,  now Chief Executive Officer of MacMillan Bloedel, has drawn attention to  thc fact that the present Federal Government expects to raise tremendous sums  of capital with implimentation of its  White Paper on Taxation yet fails to  state what plans it has for extra revenue  so obtained.  Wc have repeatedly suggested Prime  Minister Trudcau and his associates are  hell bent upon establishment of a socialist republic. Certainly, abolition of  the Monarchy would seem to be very  clearly displayed among the writings on  the wall.  Desire by our batchelor Prime Minister to shove the French language down  the throats of the English speaking  majority and recent plans to replace the  Queen's picture on currency with past  Prime Ministers, all points clearly to  the direction in .which wc are being  conducted.  We do not suggest there is anything  wrong in a change over of heads on our  currancy, in fact wc would normally  consider it to be a sound scheme. Unfortunately it ties in with far tot) many  either significant revolutionary -ideas to  be entirely wholesome,  Our own representative in Ottawa  Paul St, Pierre, speaking recently at  Powell River, stated that one paper he  could name has suggested Ihe Benson  White Paper is a plot on behalf of Quebec to turn Canada Into a socialist republic. This, said Si, Pierre, is stratospheric theory so far removed from the  hard ground of practical realities that it  isn't worth answering,  We wen.Id suggest St, Pierre is extremely gullible;' honest, idealistic hut  gullible, as idealists usually are. While  he elrew attention to the fact that one  paper has said this, he failed to mention  the fuel that other newspaper and prominent Canadians, including J, V, Cline,  have indicated similar views.  An alarming item of information  came lo our news-desk last week regarding the past activities of a man appointed  by Trudeau te> the position of Co-chairman of the niciilttniil-l.ihngiiiil (om-  mission. Promotion of bilingualism was  reported recently us jumping in cost  from $1.8 million t*�� !Sf��3.f> million. The  same man, Jcan-Louls Ciagnon, former  journalist, sometime novelist, has since  been named director of Inl'ormaiion  Canada, thc new central information  agency scheduled to commence operation as e>f April I si, Ciagnon will hotel  ihe rank of deputy minister at a salary  of between S3��,(KM) nnd $..0,0.-0.  Opposition members have been n*,-  porleel nK expressing concern that Ihe  Informal ion Agency with an annual  btlelgel (te> slail) of $7 million l;t,\ eletl-  lar-. woulil be'como n government pro-  pagnuela machine,  An Ontario publication sl.itcv,  "(iai'iioi, hud been the target ol many  put.lie accusations nnel was known in  Ouel.ee* as lhe righl-liaiiel man of Soviet  spv I reel Ronc, who far n time was a  C..n,iiiiit.ist >\l.l\ loriner KCMP, umler-  eover agent, Pal Walsh, who personally  knew (iagnon within Ihe Keel apparatus,  f til IV eleiciiinenteel his l,aekgi.-imei in the  June l'K>(> issue of ihe* Canadian Intelligence Service,"  What is referred to as a brief summary, lists a long series of communistic  activities in which Gagnon has been  involved dating back to 1935. To quote  a few examples; In 1936 he was expelled from the weekly, La Nation, because of his avowed Communist sympathies. 1943 spoke on same platform  as Fred Rose at Quebec convention of  Young Communist League. 1962  launched the Montreal daily, Le Nou-  vcau Journal, which survived for a year  with a staff packed with Reds and Separatists. 1967 Gagnon made a public  statement calling for abolition of thc  Monarchy and rcconstitution of Canada  as a republic.  If these charges arc untrue it is  obvious the publication which presented  them would have long since been in dire  straights with thc law. It is still in production and no confirmation or denial  has been known to have come from the  government. We would therefore suggest the course upon which we are  bound i.s a very obvious one. Further,  Mr. Clyne needs look no longer for the  answer as to what thc White Paper tax  bonanza will help accomplish.  Readers' Right  Viewpoint  Keillor, The Times,  Sir: Be>low your newspaper's name'  you make* the: following *.t:iti*i)H*nt "Serving tho Sunshine: Cemt (Howe: Sound Lo  Jervis Inlet) ine:ludlny Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, etc."  In your April 1 edition, you quote a  lelter from ei civil -servant in Victoria, that  eeinci'ins the* Re'tfionul Board In an article*  which y.��u have* headlined "H'-gional I>is-  Iriel MayaM n-ehii-id to mere cllrce.e.r.s."  Apart from beting dirty pool, this Is poor  journilinn,  II is both oi" them- tliinits l>ceuu..e* you  have* marie your owii In'.erpretii.lon eif the:  usual "nolhinn" letter written by civil  (ii'i-vants and have used this Interpretation  in a nuintiir i*aleiilatee| let en-ate* prejudice*  in the minds of iviide-rs, Awaie-ni'ss of  n mllrii, hahltrr and prejudicial use of the  "W'*t" and headline s has neve*i- niaele: a top  nati'h newspaper,  We, who rc'ildo In unoi*i;anlze.*d lerrl-  toiie.'i, know anel appreciate* the* in.p-.r-  1'inee* nr Hcfliona) Boards, a creation of  the Depai'lruenl of Munie-ipul Affairs In  Victoria. Creale-el, yes, but ne*vei- provldeel  with decisive. iMilelllnes nor h.ie*l.i el up by  Ihe department. We see this In what has  incurred  e*lse*wliere*  in  Ihe  province.  Why do ynu per.-i|ste*utly attack our  Id Clonal Board? Why not allaek Victoria  I'm* failure to provide* elcel,tlve pollele's  and for never baekln,; op polle'les',' Whot-e  axi have* von ti /(rlnel? Why lie both narrow anel myopic; iiupci-flclal and tiuhji-c-  live? Win* do you print laich a boa*.| al  tin lop of vuui* paper wil'ie-ail deuTvliiij  It'.'  Tin*  Kellloliui  pa|*,e*   |-e   Ihe*  pl��ee��   to  ex-  pre,,; your Id.r.'ir..  As von are* (inly too well aware the  He gi.inal IViard mav main* mistakes, who  elect, not? Wlie n you main* taieh e.lai iui;  |.'iirit,'tll��tle< eiior.H. whe�� ore you In criticize*, lo be satli leal? (Ilvi* the-.-e' men tenoe-  stipporl. cive them ihe hem fit <tf the*  ettturrl rmre tn a while, trv to work with  then., leiolt at thc bietael llltcrcsttl" o( the*  Sunshine   Coast.  It III behooves your prouel IkiosI In ex-  pose>   peif,ein*l|   t.plte*,  ii. r. iiAmtis  On display at the Vancouver Public  Aquarium, are Ling-cod, some of which  may reach a length and 5 feet and weigh  100 pounds.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 885-9665  All Welcome  N  MR. AND MRS. ERVIN BENNER are pleased to announce that they will be  opening a Decorating Store in Sechelt. Our store is still under construction, but is planned to open on the 1st ot May.  ,-.  X  *��l*'*Wt|+      -rfllt  \  1  A  ^  \���  1,1 -WipW'  ���^���IM^rAS*^.  esalomgwoy.  A dollar may buy a lor toss thoso  days*--��� but ildonsn't buy loss Volkswagon.  Wo still r.lomp tho famous bootlo  shopo out ol o heavier gauge motal than  owon mor.t bin cars uso.  And our point |ob if. still tho onvy of  lho industry. ?R pounds worth. A coots.  I out of ovory 8 VW omploycos is  an tnspoctor. Thoy tnspocr ovory part of  ovory Volkswagon 3 limos. And thon give  tho finished bug a going ovor cars costing twico as much don't got.  How much do you hayo to pay for  all this?  Only $19??.*  And right uway you can start scmna  monoy. Bocouso a Volkswagon will novor  cost you moro for upkoop than you can  koop up with.  Which Is only right.  Aftor all, If you're bttylng n small  car to light Inflation, wo think /Hv  you should buy ono that won't h\/\/h  fight back. WW  "������at-U'jo.t-Hl me-Alm-Fir. rul-nl |*ll*-0 t.o.li, Weil T-nI ol I nlry, IWMnl t-ixsi .mil ��l,lf |,|n;i t,hut*jo. eklrt..  Copping Motors Ltd.  CORNER SUNSIIINl" COAST HIGHWAY & WHARF RD,/5CCHtlT/0fl5.28l2  ��  5  f  e '-   .       *���    \1V     rV*-'a\^;./,  Jf&tmZ.     -u<   y,"*f  -. * "���**>&- ^'P , 1     - aff     *     \T*^* '     ***     I* a,     Jl  '^MNF. !*. ������ , I" * V ^^ a Aft. '^ *%/ > * *. ?  Second, workshop . . .  The Peninsula Times  |>cge A-5  .  It  -  C  >  /  k  --���,��  ���C"*',a>  t  I  ^.  Executive Officers  Highly competitive industry requires  \ * j   more than the old time annual con-  - -'' ) .      -      vention to keep abreast of new ideas  -/;*"* . ���- j and methods. Truck Loggers Associa-  V V^s^'l tion is doing a tremendous service  1 ' "^   to the industry by conducting man  agement "work-outs" where the  action is. Executive officers at last  Saturday's seminar held in Sechelt  are from left: Norman Jacobsen, of  Haney; Jack Sexton,. President of  me^af^ocMionj^^Vv-iBtek^ff^owelaF  River and Mike Jackson of Sechelt.  vT) *~*  *t*  -i      \  /  \ .  ^                            '��� "*-"��� 4-. - ill" -'  "'���'         >*                 *                        f     a-                   '            ? /r'-^S*;--.--.^ jlV^SaS"     ��     I             '^  *          IF   -       '             ' *    I       ^^iS-.*S5*!. /f^\    S    4                  *  ---'- -        '' -   ���"���al.yS-^^- ����=.   ���     -                inlT-fiMhl Ilir-.lfffir.il"    .Fa*..  Registration  Superintendent of Canfor Logging  operations in the Howe Sound area  Mr. Kris Jesephson registers for the  one day Management Work-Out held  in Sechelt on Saturday. In charge of  registration was Miss Marie Keyes,  secretary at Jackson Bros Logging  Co. Wilson Creek!  SECHELT GARDEN  A Complete Selection  1       of all your  Lawn and Garden  needs.  Novr Open 6 Days A Week  Monday. - Saturday  Cowrie Street  885-9711  Hospital Auxiliaries  slate annual meeting  REGULAR meeting of Sechelt Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital was held Thurs-  day April 9th in the St. Hilda's Church  Hall with Mrs. Eileen Smith in the chair.  Twenty three 'members were present with  one new member Mrs. Eileen Bystedt  and two guests, Mrs. E. Laidlaw and Mrs.  H. Beninger.  B.C. Hospital Auxiliaries Regional  Conference is scheduled for April 22nd  at 10 a.m. in St. Paul's Hospital nursed  residence and in the auditorium. There  will be a charge of $1.50 per person for  lunch. A chartered bus will leave the  Sechelt bus depot at 7:55 a.m. at a charge  of $3.00 each. For further information  call Mrs. M. Morgan at 885-9668.  Membership fees for St. Mary's Hospital Society are now due and members  are reminded that the, annual meeting of  the Society is April 27th at 8 p.m. in the  Sechelt Legion Hall.  Thc Sechelt Auxiliary also slates a  Friendship Tea for May 28th In thc St,  Hilda's Church Hall.  rap  myou  u nr  ,/ ��.        ��| ,.^      -^V-^fl^fMSI  *frTr*>\ N -. "NaTs     '  f*�� i -*"; i���*- .'^y\  ti * %r  I, is  I:, :��� ^::.u.7;;.kim\\Um^J  iX^aW^T-JW/j^WII-^  ^ ^hirj^^i  ���BH����n��BtlT  TMt i<��f8r��w-.t Ii t��st fsAIiitiiil w thfoptto&l^tl^tottsilttotiMiwmXilMWtiUtMt&k  MA.\.A.GEMENT work-out presented in  Sichelt last Saturday by the Truck  Loggers Association did a tremendous  service, especially to the small logging  and truck company owners who just don't  have tne time to travel to larger centres  whue such high calibre seminars are usually held.  Conducted by T. K. Lawson and Harry  H. Hamper of NDL (New.Dimensions in  Learning) Management Institute* the  "work-out" commenced promptly at 8.40  a.m. wth the agenda for the day determined by problems facirrgHhey companies  represented.  Seventeen top management and supervisory personnel attended the fast moving workshop held in the Peninsula Drive-  in Banquet room, including J. D. Sexton.  General Manager of Cattermole Logging  and president of the TVL.A; R. L. Jack-  sen, president, of Jackson Bros. Logging;  Norman Jacobson, president of Jay-Vee  Legging Ltd.; J. R. Frumcnto. general  manager of O. B. Logging; R. V. Dick,  divn. manager of MacMillan Bloedel,  Stillwater Divn.; G. H. MacDonald, Standard Oil Co; Harry Trotter of Trotter  Logging; Arthur Wayment, Jackson Bros.  Logging; Barry Agur, contract supervisor  MacMillan Bloedel, Stillwater Division;  Edward Johnson, president Universal  Timber Products; Kris Jesephson, Canffor  superintendent; Rudy .CruciL president L  TtSTR .Logging: Bob .TrousdelL president T  & T Trucking; V. Eckstein, Canfor; P. S.  ( '��� ���  Jackson, Jackson Bros. Logging Bill  Newman, Newman Contiactors; Al Lakso,  T & T Trucking.  DISCUSSION  Introduced by" T.L.A. director Mike  Jackson, T.L.A. president Jack Sextcn referred to the problems created by multiple use of the forests. Referring to tourists  and hunters, ho . said "Sunday drivers"  are using our roads without a care for fire  season or hazards of logging trucks. The  situation is getting serious and, we don't  know how to get around it.  Much discussion centred around costs  that get out of line; increasing effectiveness; knowing the importance of the skills  and knowledge of workers, the same as  keeping an inventory of equipment or  timber resource!;. Getting all the crew on  the  team   by   making   their  jobs   more  Wednesday. April 15, 1970  meaningful to them. Delegate thinking as  well as jobs, invite ideas and recognize  that people have brains as well as bodies.  This Management Workshop was the  second In a series of meetings presented  by the Truck Loggers Association which  genarously invi-td non-members in the  legging industry to attend. Off the cuff  discussion during the "warm-up" session  brought to light many difficulties peculiar to this area which is one advantage  of holding local seminars. "  jltUUMMUUl-^UM^ IIMMM-iMUMIt.iUIIII.1 ���>�������������� MM *��*��.t��l<M-��a<  aJMUH  YOU -CANNOT SUBSTITUTE  THE PROFBSIONAL  For tops in perms- colors, cuts, coifs.  Wc sell and service wigs.  GIBSON GIRL ^  BEAUTY CENTRE  - -    On Waterfront, Gibsons  (DILL McCULLOCH)  886-2120  ������������tt-niM'fca'MU-W-U-^^  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS PRESENTS  THE ��@��f^S  I  by HAROLD PINTER  Cas_t: John Burnsido, Colleen Johnson  DIRECTED BY GEORGE AAATTHEWS  SATURDAY, A-PEtlL ESflt a& 8:����� p.m.  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL,_ACTIVITY_ ROOM_:  ADMISSION BY COLLECTION  iruiiiiiFunninnmimiiiiui^i-iiiii ��� )iiim,n'���ji.i',',jaaBg*8BB  NG BOUMD-UP OF ��A  Sale Bays April 15 to April 26  Cheek these Western Specials and stock up now!  Colgate Toothpaste  Giant Size. ACI  Regular or Wintergreen   e^S^  Tablets, 24's  ' Relief^of colds  andisinus '*  congestion.  NEWO  _     O    O'.������!��  FREE  BLADES  tfn rv*t CMMttiMT  tAeuMMJit H (nMmiI fwn a IM  Blades  Super  Krona-Chrome  8's with  > '>        *a'  MiKwn  >-)d��*ampM'lV��  IOM.MM.fMt  *-a��*acvrea<<3>  ��...  Bulbs  60 or 100 watt'  Stock up g%  on these! &*)  H$\S07  OSNTJlj  OEHTDRE  /  poon  ^t.grof    of Fork  jnrome      ^l^MK  2free /SW\  Plastic  decorator  pieces for  kitchens  ' Ansodent  11 ounces. Powder den  lure cleaner. Cleans  without  brushing .,  a-yji. ,i j, aj.^.aaFyafyaswM.  nt��Jri Da4"'' i  ���. IX*.. I  1   �� ^',-7^'  ea.  90's. Cotton Swabs with  hundred house-  hold uses   JPanti-Hose  "Swing Time" Assorted  shades. Small, Medium  and Large       <Q)<0)  Dippity-  8 ounces  Setting Lotion  for Regular  or Hard  to Hold  Eveready  Magnet  Lite  With 2 FREE  batteries.  Camping mustsl  1.59  ed���'-!���,.  ^>  a****,"',"',     '"'"���"  r  tishnh,    r***���wtfy  ^���jfe ^  Vaporizer ��4AtiasM  By Dovllblss. Buy     fT  QfC  now and save ���aJ^o-aJ'CJ/  rjiyes  48's  Disposable Diapers. Newborn, Medium <H) /  & Toddler <&<>\  ��.������*,-�� ��*,���.,,  "    ��   "J ta. fF  S^f  fits  ?MmM  ^t%^eiwvf  ���f a^aa-K. / jl   ^OVtiiTf  '(..'��("   I     .|��K���  V*'   iFUf'Wl��l��*.(.tl��    '.  Ik  __��-"'  K-'-^l'"-'/---'-'!'**, L-  VOS  Hair  Spray  10 ounces with  FREE F.D.S.,  1.5 ouncea  2.49  ���^m*iss����j  ^"^T^*i  Softique  2.5 ouncos  Donuty Bath Oil  to softon &  smooth skin  1.29  Watch for the  Western Drug  flyer at  yourdoorl  Savings on  every page!    L m_        1;  MOBE FANTASTIC WESTERN SPECIALS . .. SAVE ON THESE!  ClonraoU Ointmont, Largo 99   Pontln Cold Croam. 3 ot:b 99 Band-Aids. 100'a Variety Pack 88  Ma^nolax, plain. 10 on 99   Crost Toothpaste Giant Slzo.... .59 Gillette BladoB. 5'o Stalnloso Stool .59  BHm Mint Gum. 40'b 1.49   Cuto-K Polish Romover. 5 oza. .59 Cloaraoil Soap 33  Vito-rron Plus, oo-g 99   Tonl Homo Perm�� 1.59  Adorn Hair Spray. 15 oza 1.98   Johnson'�� Baby Powder..* <��..79  DRUGS  K  t  V  ig pesf  For Less at  InflP^lH.^^  .cr���3  SUNNYCREST PLAZH  PHOI^E  8S6-72I3  - i ;  a    ..    a.^     F.     .     -    .  ,,....., Pago A-6  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, April 15, 1970  ->..  ^X1K** ;^0>>O^',  Ji  * v.  jras  E-��.r.MI*rttJ  ID  w.  ^3  ^  ���.ay.  ���  i  W  1       f   .  B^^I"'!  y \^/  hSSmmJ"-  c\  T, Proprietor, is pleased to bring a Wholesale-Retail, Sales 8t  Service  to the Sedieit~~Feififlslii^. "_   -������  Peni  not  or el  TiHIES  is  a   new   business  designed and  . We est Coastal  aim  to give thfe people  prices on our DUNLOP TIRES, as those  to serve  Peninsula the same,  on the  lower mainland  -Utcwtartw-atM  Vawr   j(', ait  r  -."ft*,v ���*.��� Ai5"!  *     ^ J*-*.* /M -"-f ."c^l  *�� ,,  �� "F-* *'*     *   f! H  ��>*��SSt!i��l*����i����SSS^^  B  HERE AKE S��MI (EXAMPLES  F73x14(]  LI""  EL, "53  i-Fwd Eaa)\aal  4 (775 x  78 x 14(1  i78115 (I  '<)���  00 x  MiM��y7J  oil new fires)  i gm-m  [j" 4 plym ww wyion  jiMj��*M^;ipijiiiiii.|ii)iiiiiiii)jip)ijii'iil*iiiiiBii  "r*��Wlt��!W"^^  BBaaaiffli^^  n     n   ta       n      a  sS**fSfc!H&-^^  ^���^ta^r^atatow)-^^ ja��s-sg*-**mM*^^  yj_ J)        |l f Off wiy 'Of  ^UBTlin!"* *��-�����'���* '����M��  ^(g��G  C.-^J (^.*aj WV^,,.*'  Er  rfl  .aa^J   C.__3       (a J   C-~���_���_, J       W-Sa���a��a*  ���7    "tl**!-.-  EP.H.OME 886-2700  e are located at* the S-Bends on the Sunshine Coast Highway V  ENINSULA  "    I  Section B  New legislation . . .  Wednesday, April 15,1970  Pages 1-6  Combined Show * ��  "SSJT&& ��tft!&��t FamiIY. enleriainmeni  make their homes here and their lnr   flilicrmc   iliaafa--t  combined talents were evident in a Awl    UlJJdUuo   lH-GaliC  profusion  of   beauty  and  fragrance DOUBLE fanVily entertainment at Twi-  which* graced St.   Hilda's Hall last light Theatre, Gibsons, this week, "My  Saturday for the combined showing Side  of  the   Mountain,"  and   a   return  of spring blossoms and art presented engagement of "Ring of Bright Water."  by Sechelt Garden   Club and   the        "My Side of the Mountain," is the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council. Pictured story of a young boy who is tired of city  here is just a small section of the '^ and its effect on his family. He  delightful artistry which attracted a dfcldef tha* the. ��"1y waIT to become  record attendance from all parts of tSontrfo^w Jlvlor f year m  tho Hictrinf   * - tne outdoors along with his pet raccoon.   _���_ And so Sam (Teddy Eccles)  begins his  the district.  Luncheon party marked  christening ceremony  APRIL 5 was a very .special day for San-  di and David Cavalier of Wilson Creek  for their infant daughter was christened,  Becki-Kim by Re*v., Barry Jenks in -St.  Hilda's Anglican Church.  The baby.Vore a very beautiful christening dress and matching shawl brought  from England by her Godmother, Miss  Judy Handford, who was in attendance  adventure in the Canadian wilderness.  Then, starting Sunday, a treat for  adults with an open mind and a sense  of Humor, "All Neat in Black Stockings".  This British movie is a quaint little story  about-2 men who share everything, and  how eventually this leads to problems;  with one unfortunate fellow getting tied  up with,^ beautiful fiancee and a da-  manding mother-in-law. It is restricted,  "���.so. you know what to expect.  THE ATTORNEY-General announced today that the Age of Majority .Act will  come into force on April I5th.  "Wednesday. April 15th will be a  great day for the teenagers of the" Province," said Mr. Peterson. "By reducing  the age of majority to nineteen we are  recognizing the maturity of the young  men and women of British Columbia.  An era of greater freedom and greater  responsibility for all nineteen year olds  in British Columbia will result from the  passage of this legislation, Mr. Peterson  predicted.  The Legislature only prorogued late  Friday and Monday was the first Cabinet  meeting at "ivhich the legislation., could  be. prgclaimed._An .Order-in-CounciUwas_  presented to Cabhielr by7~the Attrjrney-  Genera] Monday afternoon which brings  the new law into force on April 15th.  By, reducing the. ageto nineteen, the  Government cuts across all the statutes *n  British Columbia concerning the law.  Upon reaching nineteen, men and women  will take on all legal responsibilities of  Contracts, Deeds, Regulations, Litigation,  Voting and the freedom of decision to  drink as well as be free to marry. They  also can exercise any* legal rights through  the Courts under their own name.  A person is considered to be nineteen  at the commencement of the nineteenth  anniversary of the date of his birth. The  Act also states that a person who has not  attained the age of majority may be described as a minor instead of an infant.  The old adage of "giving someone the  key to the door," when they reached the  age of twenty-one, had more connotations  than the key giving implies. It inferred  that a young person until twenty-one,  was an adolescent who was incapable of  making sound decisions without advice  or consent and who could not have any  active role in business, elections or organizations.  The original establishment of the age  of majority at twenty-one, dates back to  the Norman Conquests in England in 1966,  a period in the Middle Ages... "and up  until this time we have been approaching  the Twenty-first Century with this  'Middle Age' concept governing our young  people in Canada" said Attorney-General  Peterson.  "The Provincial Government felt the  finest tribute it could pay young people  today, is to recognize them as adults and  give them all the rights and privileges  that society condones upon reaching the  age of majority," said the Minister. "Ours,-  is a young Province," said Mr. Peterson,  "Young in our ideas, aggressive in pursuing  pur  hopes  and  aspirations.  By  re-  I would hope might be followed in other  Provinces of Canada." :  Sour monih jail term  for breach of sentence  APPEARING before Judge Charles Mit-  ������.-tolsteadt last week in Gibsons, Stephen  Clarence Littlejohn entered a guilty plea  to charges of interdict in possession and  breach of a suspended sentence. Second  charge followed a previous conviction  of interdict in possession some weeks  ago. At .hat time he was placed on a  suspended sentence.  ���-���-Littlejohn was charged following a  check by police during which he at first  denied having consumed liquor but later  admitted the offence. He was sentenced  ���to'jfour months in Oakalla on each charge,  both to run concurrently.  , In Sechelt court, also before Judge  Mittelsteadt, John Boyd Higginson entered guilty pleas to two charges; Impaired driving and resisting arrest. On  the first charge he was fined $300 and  his driving licence suspended for three  months. For resisting arrest he was  placed on probation for two" years.  Clarence Joe Jr. entered a plea of  guilty to a charge of common assault  against his wife in the early hours of  April 2nd. Incident occurred following  a drinking party in his brother's home.  Prior to the party the group had been  at a local beer parlour. He was fined  $100 and placed on probation for one  year..  Phone 885-9343 Sechelt  SPECIAL  SALE PRICED ODDMENTS IN  CHILDREN'S SUMMER CLOTHING  fwwfirjtRAncusnnaRi,  HASTY fWFES     /  PAHTY \ NAPKINS    -  TABLE CLOTHS, etc.  m MtXMY PATTERNS  "���^H*MMM*n*��Utl1tfX-^^  SEE.'OUR f^EW Llf-IE  NOVELTIES:  Including Chimes, Mobiles,  Sea Shell' Novelties,  Salro Pepper Sets, etc.  ^i0*mnm0wmmm**n0yf*vn**wmtvvvwwuummmm*mm  I  S  I  I  8  ART SUPPLIES ��  Including Oil and Acrylic Paints, Brushes, Varnishes, Canvas Boards   |  and many other items.  '������ysiiiaEg-3-temaa^^ ,:  Evald Langetved, also known as Evald Lang, Deceased  CREDITORS and others having claims against the estate of Evald  Langetved, also known as Evald Lang, deceased, formerly of Sechelt,  in the Province of British Columbia, are required to send full particulars of such claims to Francis W. Stone, Executor, c/o Robert R.  Mditland & Company, Barristers & Solicitors, Room 606, 470 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, not later than the 8th doy  of June, 1970, after which date the estates assets will be distributed  having regard only to claims that have been received.   FRANCIS W. STONE  Executor  ROBERT R. MAITLAND & COMPANY,  Solicitors  ��fPt  0  EASY TO SELECT COLOURS  0  EASY TO USE  0  EASY TO CLEAN UP  0  EASY TO KEEP CLEAN  0  EASY TO LIVE WITH  "a it'i-(i�� Tl .Silfll i r, i ill ii mi -intl mjJT.il fi  ,U<1U W^'JIUllVW.llllIUfFJllu   .(Fa  __ WV"1 ?i-"*-," 'ft "-^l ' "It .      "V'SU" "I'l'F-WaaWI >'I"H'"�� *W|  .tvmt ~ww nwwu.  *Wtf"to____z___a  ^^A7^7^:^Bi  11'���Fwww-juFiiu, .fjw wuwfm  ^.i.,$t,.-H-Wf.,,i...���...S.h,.:    _     __ _     Woman to teenage daughter: "I didn't      .__   .__   _���r���      ___   _  toge"t_iei:���wjth GodparentrGerVy'anJCRon ,.**?. )��}�� .sU.p w.as showing���I said your    during the age of majority"to"'nineteen,  r^:*  Mai^iuck. AA^^^''1- -*-r.;..-.*,,a.r<-*h.p .r'Shc-rivTOgr'' '---~  ^*.! .:..���-_���    weh-rv^set a precedent forCanadawhich  Luncheon party followed at the home  of grandparents Glady and Ray Clarke at  Porpoise Bay which was attended by immediate family guests.  ��� Temptations are like bums: treat one  nice, and he'll return���with his friends.  SUPER  KEM TONE  "Easy does It" With the  Deluxe Latex wall  finish.  KEM GLO  "Easy does It" with  Kcm Glo for Kitchens  ond Bathrooms.  3*39   Quart  11.7J Gallcr,  KEM GLO  VELVET  "Easy docs It" with  Kcm Glo Velvet for  Living Room;, and Hallways.  KEM-1-COAT  Premium Alkyd or Latex  White.  Gallon  i&em v  _*-*��*>-i��t��tt��**  SPRAV  ENAMEL'  KEM HI GLOSS  BOMBS  Variety  of colors  to  choose from.  Mo*.  Y for---���-...   ,���.-���-< A  VUJillilNWoNEI L-  H*V-'^V"*��� ���'���"���r r'*.*  <~Z" ** a   .   J  /  LINKTONE  HIGH GLOSS  High Gloss for Kitchen-,, Dolh-  tooms ond Woodwork,  Ixt^rlor Oil Latex and Undcr-  coolcr.  Quart  Gallon  Gallon  2.98  8.HH  W     ^taa-'F'       '���'���W"  Quart  Gallon  2.95  8.95  ��_re wms  lo)  ~~Z3  (1969)  i  i  CowrEo St., Secholt  _3  JuLL      ;LTD.  ���Phone 885-2171  _��gil!g!!_^^  '%^^^m\^^^IwMl(^    1    DOM'T MISS      m  --^'-^L.A*-^^i_-^4^  '       '  '7x*f A^|/ Sw/A* f,:.7^M?,..   b ���  i^'  m��  \ i, *A.^2i,  ���(V  ^,-��  "2BL.'��:m___________ai_g  BQWT MISS     ��in$T\��  THE HETUe^l m m  0F THE  t^^si��^iMjS'������.^��ai^i^^  iS-araMs*^^  ����_fs*seia*.^^  ??    Saturday^  ApriS |8fii  ��'"     'V "     .    a** .-'.*" "     ' a     <  - -.  utHl (Ii -ni-lT-li. " ftW-f ���^���-tT'-*-'1i^T,**rs*'fr*''r[tljJi-i.Yirii,-'w'' 'i^f-ft��� * "^**** f ��� ' j* *" ���') ���^-'���"���-^^���^������^-������^-^���^^-11-^ inffltniji     1, ,jxiU!*a^<<**'Mt*t**w4  HIGHWAY tOl - SECHELT  ��� **.  Phono 885-2311  (La��!.csr No Slacks)  " ^^,i'"^^'w^w**,''^*wwy'*t^  I* M I _]7Ji'4     \/_-'* V   Y��u    I+ 1  HEFItESHfViE*HTS 7:30 till  11:30 p.m.  7:30 till 9 p.m.  $8 A COUPLE   ($4 aftor 9 p.m.)  !aW.   fa-a.MtS*' -**   la^u-a. t-^, _-    ^u^M   V ^b 4 '.V fHO*    la.     &~0<*t**.  vmir*m.mtui>$iptitmiif+,mpmm  mi^hii-hi  guiiiniii nwj li m.wu**pw)��^mmx.m��wmmtftti.)itf>*ii*.*mimaiip*m0  ^*wwi^ ih^WiAj,^ Jjrf  ,  ���J  ���  f*    -I   �����.��*��� ��   _4-<  #     ���   #     * Paul St. Piohe  Page B-2' The Peninsula Time, Wednesday, April 15, 1970  spea  on controversial proposd  s  Elphie Highlight  COAST Chilcotin M.P. Paul St. Pierre  wrote The Times last week pointing  out that most newspapers have given  space to condemnation of the Benson  White Paper and asked that we consider  giving space to at least part of his speech  made recently at Powell River on the  same subject. We therefore publish out-  Powell River reporters coverage of the  meeting. Further details taken from St.  Pierre's submitted speech are included  elsewhere   in  this  week's   Times.  Speaking to about 50 people at the  Powell River Inn, St. Pierre said tho  paper's loudest critics are substituting  emotion for fact and are losing their  credibility.  St. Pierre said lie predicted six  months before the white paper was released that it would be the most controversial government action to come before the 28th Parliament of Canada.  "I predicted that those whom it might  help would be largely silent and that  those whom it hurt would.-be'vociferous  in their complaints,'' hci said. "But above  all 1 sa.o*."It""would~rem^  or at least the overwhelming majority of  them, how much taxes they pay to the  three levels of government."  St. Pierre said he was surprised the  white paper storm didn't break the morning after white paper day.  "The storm broke months later," he  said. "One might have expected that with  this delay, this pause for thought -and  reflection, that the opponents of the white  paper would be dealing with it in very  cogeant closely reasoned terms.       "I'm sorry to say that for the moist  part, this has not been, the' case. The  response, even sifter that long delay, has  been far more an emotional one titan a  reasoned one."  He predicted the white paper is now  entering its third and productive phase.  ''It is in the next few months that  we as Canadians may^get down to the  job at hand, which is to reform an out-  of-date taxation: system as best we can  so that it does spread the tax burden more  fairly in Canada and so that it does not  stifle initiative any more than can be  helped," he said. "I hope I am going to  convince some of you that the white paper  deserves more thought and less emotion  that it has generated so far.'  St. Pierre said most Canadians do not  understand what a white paper is.  "They have not recognized that for  . the first time in our history a major taxation reform is being debated before the  government introduces legislation," he  said. "Those Canadians who are shouting  'throw out the white paper. Burn it. Bury  if are really saying they don't want to  discuss legislation before it's shaped'"  St. Pierre said he had received letters  from a number of business men warning  that they are going to work to defeat  him or the government.  "In my opinion it's not only their  right, it's their clear bounden duty as  good citizens to work against. any. MP  or any government or any party they*  believe is damaging Canada," he said.  "As to the personal effect on me, I can  tell you that if I'm opening mail after the  10:30 bells, and it's been a day with up  to seven meetings, and somebody tells  me that I'll never be elected again, I  frankly can't tell whether that's a threat  or a promise.'  SOCIALISM  St. Pierre pointed out some critics  cry socialism about the white paper.  "I don't know if they're always sure  exactly what socialism is, but if it's  government participation in the industrial  life of the nation, then gentlemen, we've  had a large proportion of socialism in  Canadian  life for generations," ho saicl.  "The use of the -.void socialism in the*  pejorative   sense   is   one   of   the   things  which is not contributing to worthwhile  debate on the white paper."  He said the white paper is a social  document as well as u financial document.  "Two things are mixed in the white  paper," he said. "One is tho necessity to  raise funds with which to run the fedei al "���  and provincial* governments. The other  is the need to distribute the burden of  taxation more fairly."  St. Pierre said he is not bothered by  criticism or anger at the white  paper.  "There should be criticism." he said.  "Every citizen of Canada has a right  to be angry with this or any other government. Bui I iell you ihe loudest critics  axe not sticking lo the facts. Ihey are  substituting emotion for fact, they are  not being accurate and they are losing  lheir credibility.  "And credibility, gentlemen, is like  honor in a man or chastity in a woman.  Once it's lost, it's very hard to regain."  "Turning to h"Is^w*TrvieAVs--OTrthe-white  paper St. Pierre said he has a feeling  most Canadians are concerned with the  general level, of taxation. He said the  amount of readjustment is less than our  family allowance payments.  DESTROYED INITIATIVE  "What is of genuine concern to a  great number of Canadians is the question  of how much; taxation can be applied  before individual initiative is destroyed."  he said. "At present Canadians are. chan-  npl.inr-j ahnnt 3fi per cent nf their earnings  through three levels of government, federal, provincial and municipal."  He said the main question is how  much taxation will people bear before  they come to the conclusion it just isn't  worthwhile working any more.  "If you want taxation reduced, begin  by stating what government services you  want to do without or how Canada is  going to become more productive," he  said. "The general level of taxation is  not affected by the White Paper, no matter what the high price advertisements  may tell you. The general level of taxation  is a larger and a continuing question.  Because taxation is a cumulative poison,  we may not know that we've taken too  much until we're sick."  St. Pierre said nothing stands out ~o  clearly as a danger to social policy than  the suggestion of increasing taxes on  small businesses.  "Some people say the small business  is doomed anyway, that the whole current of our times is toward ever larger  and larger corporations," he said. "If  that is so it is a very sad thing and it's  certainly no business of government to  hurry it along.  "I think a great many of us, in all  parties, are of the opinion that Canadian  small businesses needs some kinds of  special treatment to even up the balance  in its operations beneath the shadow  of the big corporations."  St. Pierre said he has yet to hear the  proposed tax on sale of homes defended  to his satisfaction.  "One of our Liberal caucus members  has made a rough calculation that it  will cost the government almost as much  to collect as it will receive," he said. "It  looks, in its present form, like a pretty  useless proposition."  He predicted that higher general tax  rates will^not drive Canadians south of  the border* to live.  "Canadians have Jong been heavier  taxed than most Americans, and our  wage scale has been generally lower,"  he said. "We nevertheless preferred Canada. This attitude is not going to be  changed by the White Paper's proposals."  SPRING is here at last. Phys. Ed. classes  now sp&nd more time outside playing  badminton, tennis and softball. Team noon  hour games have changed to floor-hockey  and even the girls are taking this rough  spent, this year.  On March 27, the last school day before Easter, 'he teachers challenged students to a softball game at noon hour.  This exciting.game resulted in the teachers winning over the students 10 to 7.  The Sports Council is seriously thinking of putting on a Walkathcn from Gibsons to Sechelt or vice-versa. It will probably be held on the last week of April  ���by Dennise Dombroski  or the first week in May.  The Lions members asked the school  some time ago to sell Community Calendars with the school receiving 25c for each  calendar sold. It has now been decided  that the United Nations Club receive -this  amount.  The school nejoyed a visit from the Playhouse Theatre on Monday April G; the  play they performed was called "Ride  Over Them With Love". Actors were:  Frank and Marti Maraden; Tom Hauff;  Alex Brohansky; Dorothy Poste and Leo  Burdak.  FICI  To all residents of tp-rajt Road-, Gibsons now on  the existing -waterliroe, a meeting will be held Thursday-,  April 16th S:Q�� p.m. at the home of Hflr. and Mrs.  EVSeckey Alvaro to discuss the present drastic vjater  situation.  BLisJn^our���interestrto-~atterid.   i*  ������Mawa-sB-^^  I  Surprise  I��Sd���_-J*__P_rti-_�� fesery school plans  A.C.W. for the farewell gift of a    - .*���' ,. e-\        t  much admired oil painting by Kath    lntereSllIUJ Illlll SHOW  T?nborta      WAV-all "B" ������->-.**�� ��w  JACK and Jill Nursery School cordially  invites all interested to attend showing of a film April 22nd at 8 p.m. in the  Gibsons Health Unit. Film will be followed by a question and answer period.  Registrations are now being accepted  for the September class for children who  have passed their third birthday by Miy  31st. For further information call Mrs.  Connor at  886-7040.  *y///////#//.r_*y^^  s -  M@ POLLUTION  From one off SimpNEns Fireplaces, just the sweet smell of  Alder, Cedar, etc.  P.O. Box 517, Secholt  Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2132  W!il33KB(-QiW.^  leen Wells. Mrs. Roberta Foxall,  pictured on left made the presentation last week at last meeting of the  group before Rev. Barry Jenks, his  wife Barbara and two children left  for Nanaimo.  Pender Hbr. Auxiliary  regular meeting report  REGULAR meeting of the Pender Harbor  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital was  held in. the Madeira Park Legion Hall  April 9th with Mrs. O. Sladey in the  chair.  Mrs.  G.  Goldrup  reported  that   the  recent project "Return to Italy" was a  success and thanks  were due all' wlio'  helped make it so.  A special word of thanks was expressed by President Mrs. Sladey to Mrs. Goldrup who convened the event and to Mrs.  L. Alexander who was in charge of decorations.  Numerous prizes were generously  donated by business's and individuals but  the list was so long that the Times regrets  inability  to publish it.  BURSARY  "It has been brought to the attention  of the Auxiliary, that applications by a  Pender Harbor graduate for the $300  Nursing Bursary, either R.N. or practical  nursing, must be in by May 31st.  REGIONAL COUNCIL  Five members plan to attend the Regional Council Meeting April 22nd at  St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver. Mrs.  Goldrup is appointed official voting representative. Bus transportation will be  arranged from Sechelt.  FISHING  DERBY  A  committee   was   formed    to  take  charge of the Fishing  Derby  slated for  the weekends of June 27 and 20 and July  4 and 5.  REGULAR MEETING  Next regular meeting falls May 13th,  during Hospital "Week. An Invitation has  therefore been extended the new Regional Representative to attend, A ten  will follow. All regular associate members and prospective members are nlso  invited to attend. Meeting will be In  the Madeira Park Legion Hall nt _ p.m,  "wg&area^*'-^^  -?.fl!l'MfWW'1  qmef  i  The Vancouver Public Aquarium has  oh display a 12 inch Arapaima from the  Upper Amazon River.  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 806-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  i  dN: DISPlAY'  Friday and Saturday, SV3ay _ and 2, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  64��a Hingsway, Burnaby  ^-Ull-l��*^a-*aa^V.-. Faa^.F:'*  ���jgaMi!i(ip_y-^^'^*wg  m  JL  .  ui  E  innpr  wsssm iMoraira u  WALT NYGf*SEf>S  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER  in  GIDSONS  On lho Wharf . 006-9303  :  Quality Houso  and [Marino  Point,  ,f**K4wma*'m*u%f^a.AJKA*a\m0>A0v**%*M i  ���****wvnr*wv*wwvrmiw��vw'*  (PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Supar Kcm Tone  ond Shorwln Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  K*^wiii.iiMM-MI-.-t*iiMM"^^  rmt*MmMmmmmmmfmm0mmmiim*m0mmrwm  Morgan's  Men's Wear  G.W.G. Work Clothe*  Work Glovea  SECHELT, B.C.  TOY CHESTS FOR TOTS  Tired of having your tot's toys strewn all over tho  house? Why not paint a,special toy chest for him, suggests  the Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association, Lot him help  you choose a bright color, then cover in ono of the glossy  enamel paints that arc so easy to clean, To top off your new  creation, add a few colorful decals in animal or flower motifs!  DATE J ROOM BRUSH-UP  Surprise your summer guests with new color on your bathroom walls. Tho Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association I  recommends a semi-gloss or gloss enamel, or other moisture j  resistant paint to add now beauty and protection. Laundry j  hampers and wooden bathroom accessories can be painted j  in a matching shade or accentuated in a contrasting color.  ��CE��f�� TIME PAINT ROLLING,, ROLLING,  ROLLING ON  A roller is a handy tool for painting ceilings according  to the Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association, Here's a  tip for keeping the paint rolling smoothly, When painting o  rectangular room, work across the width of the room rather  than the length. This way, you will bo able to paint the second  strip before th�� first dries, avoiding the problem of lap marks.  'Times   AdBrloh"  aro  ���vVIGHTY  MIDGETS  iuuufjuuuuuiuiuiaiuui  TWIN CHEE-i  LUMBER &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monamel & Breeze  Paints  Sunshine Coast  Highway' near  GIBSONS  Phono 806-2808  Thoro'a no sawdust on tho floor now. No iUokorlnff gaslight. No hollowing  honky-tonlc. But whon a man oalla for a roal boor, ho otiU moana tho samo  thlnjj. Boor browod slow and natural In tho honoaHo-goodnoao Old Stylo  way. Comln* up, Jalco. ..throo of tho roal thing. Good old Old Stylo boor*  Vwv���������� ����������...��-�� ��������������>.  iMIiiij?  Ifc-F-*'  PCEIit  Slow browed and naturally aged  Tl,.* idvertinmint Is m\ puhMH or dfipttytd by thi li-iucr Control Hoard or ty fr fevirmttnt ci Drift!, WxaM%  rV  *--n. J* i* Aim   i*. <**  A*A��A  -t  Km ��i mm,��,i-. 4  1 ����. >*-  -h M   ���* -*<   *-.   -fc-tm   ��� ���ft__B  tS-X^Viv  -KWV^V-^m  ���"* ^ "V N V N  VNKN*.-**-,,-, v -VW VVV-VVVVVV-V^V-^VSrv^-V  *"N "V *V V^W N *V~* "vWYV-v ���* wv>* *W �����,  , V*^ VWVt'vV'a'V >  ���"W  -i  TT  FT  ""'��*'"'���-* ���" fr*-"*""  r    tV,  \'  ���V ���* "-���'  A  "a-Sfc  -"IN, >.  *�����  . 'j .A'  A{|  <���  aal-aWN^    ���  ?'J  .-K***-  /  v 5y-*A  -,'     _^^*��  , c *r -*- - Vf .^ F'X  - --.  _*V**-,  &**fs\*i  m*-*\iV M **-       ��  ���<h��lWiT'yW^Hfi.i.iji*l,jiKij-t tu.  -tii/;��A>a^  la^iwg^gi'W"?.  P ** V* ;* A *'. huh  fA/- "-    '"A- ^!"Aj[f  The Peninsula times Page B-3C-  Wednesday, AP"I 15, 1970  ' L..  Recognition  School Board Chairman Mrs. Shiela    whose  Around Jervis Inlet  RELIC hunting (or treasure hunting) is  a favoured recreation today. Jervis  Inlet and especially Hotham Sound offer  some interesting opportunities to the  serious treasure hunter.  One such opportunity is a long beach  which lies above Syren point on the east  side of the sound. The ground there was  pre-empted in the early 1900's but later  reverted to the Crown. Later logging  companies made their camps here as they  worked the vicinity.  Last summer my family and I, with  my husband's parents, visited this site.  There we found level spots made by logging camp buildings before they were  moved away. Behind and to the side of  where the buildings had been found,  under the moss, items which had been  left behind. There were old medicine  bottles as well as other old bottles. There  were pieces of cast iron stoves and some  enamel ware. i**"**  We had  only sticks for digging im-  ���by Pat Kcnoyei  plements so wc dug but little and found  only what was easy to uncover. A large  mound of moss covered dirt was situated  a distance from the camp site. My father-  in-law ventured the opinion that it could  well be the old camp dump and might  contain a fortune in relics. However, since  we had nothing suitable for extensive  excavating, we had to leave the mound  as it was. We have never had occasion  to go back to do further digging.  That same day we travelled on up the  sound and stopped at a narrow strip of  beach. Here we also investigated back  under the cedars. On top an embankment  we found the remains of three old buildings. The largest was made entirely of  hand hewn cedar, and had been a work  of art. Behind this building ran a long  ridge which didn't look natural. We  surmised it was made from the pilings  of miners .who had lived and worked  there. Here again we scratched in the  moss and found some old and well pre  served dishes of earlier days. We also  left this place feeling there were many  more relics to be found by anyone fa/ho  has time and equipment to really look.  Another challenging opportunity tb  treasure hunters in this area would be  to' locate the camps of the old Baramba  and Jolley mines. These mines' were on  the east side at thc head of Hotham  Sound. To find them (in 1929 or earlier)  a person followed an old trail about one  mile up the creek, then turned straight  up the mountain to the east.  There were two camps, an upper and  lower. One of them was situated at aboul  1500 feet elevation. This camp had a  blacksmith shop as well as other buildings. A mining engineer visited th*.*  camps in 1929 and indicated there'���'������.was  a 1916 calendar was still hanging in a  building in the upper camp.  * A logger told rhc he had seen the  shafts of these mines while working in  the area, so a person might be able.to  follow the logging road up the hill to  locate the mine camps. It would likely ba  an arduous chore to find these camps  but for the treasure hunter it could be immensely rewarding.  New evidence supports  cyClamate cancer claim  NEW evidence that points to cyclamates  as health-hazard is'���being studied by-  federal health officials, reports Stephen  Duncan, Maclean-Hunter business press  correspondent in Ottawa.  But while the evidence appears to be  more conclusive than initial tests, the  ��� government plans no change in the timetable it set for removing food products  containing cyclamates from"' the marketplace.  "Recent studies give a .clearer indication of the possible harmful effects of  cyclamates, in smaller doses-than original  tests showed," a.. senior . health official  says.  "But that's all. They are not considered conclusive evidence. This is simply-  further evidence, so we see no need, at  the moment of speeding up the phase-  out program. ���  By year's end, the only remaining  products containing cyclamates would be  liquid or tablet sweeteners. Soft drinks  and mixes (which contained 80% of the  cyclamates used in Canada) were phased  out late last year.  A number of dietetic foods containing cyclamates ��� fruit spreads, puddings,  bakery products, desserts, table syrups,  dressings and toppings ��� were prbhibited  April 1. Dietetic canned fruits are to be  banned Sept. 1, 1970.  The phase-out program for cyclamates  was announced last October by Health  Minister John Munro after test results  showed cyclamates in massive doses could  cause cancer it rats.  New evidence shows that cancerous  tumors can be produced in rats with one-  sixth the dose fed in the initial test.  Dr. Ross Chapman, head of Canada's  food and drug directorate, considers this  ���_' clearer indication" 6f',tMe'*'pblsibie  harmful effect of the additive.  "No one considers this conclusive  evidence," he says. "But we feel it further  emphasizes the need to get cyclamates  off the market," Studies are also continuing into the safety of saccharin. Results are not expected for another ye.ir  or 18 months.  Kitson presented gifts of appreciation at last week's Board meeting tb  former trustee Mr. Don Douglas who  conscientiously served four consecutive years on the Board before taking a well earned restfrom'off ice lasjt  December. Also to Rev. Barry Jenks  transfer to Nanaimo forced  his resignation "before completing" the  two year term of office which terminates in December. Rev. Jenks is  the first clergyman to serve as trustee in\the Sechelt School District following amendments to the Public  Schools Act.  Pender High-Lights  Time   mellows   people  as  wine���if the grapes are good.  it  mellows  WITH the Easter Holidays now over, students should be well rested and rare-  ing"to go. Report cards are to be handed  out this week and we hope that not too  many will be disappointed.  On Friday, April 3, an assembly was  held in the gym to introduce the new  Students Council to the students. President Bruce Cameron gave a speech about  the importance of a Students Council.  He then introduced the remainder of the  Executive Council.  ��� .     *.  Treasurer Linda Johnson then gave  a treasurer's report. She told how much  money was being spent and on what.  Linda then passed the attention of the  students to Vice-President Georgina  Donley. Georgina introduced the Class  Reps and then handed the attention back  to Bruce.  Bruce gave a talk on the importance  of how the new trampoline is to be used  and then handed a cheque over to Principal, Don Skelton. This was followed  with films on the area of Pender Harbour.  On Thursday, April 9, the school was  visited by members of Holiday Playhouse  and we were able to watch them perform a play called "Ride Over Them  With Love." This was enjoyed by all the  students and also by the Grade 7's from  Madeira Park Elementary School. The-  group of young actors and actresses who  visited the school come every year and  each year a different play is put on. We  hope to see them again next year.  SPORTS  In our basketball season, the senior  girls played against: Elphinstone-Gibsons;  Pemberton; Squamish; and Brooks-  Powell River. Out of seven games, they  won two. Having lost their main scorers  and players due to graduation, the senior  ���by April Walker and Wendy Clayton  girls this year have come along fine by  taking, more chances. Some of the players  were quite happy to take the back seat  in playing, but this year they have learned to shoot more, even if some weren't  very accurate. ThisTeam"consists of eight  members: G.wen Kingston���Captain, Cynthia Collins, Brenda Crosby, Roxana  Dubois, Sandra Falconbridge, Kim Lawrence, Karlene Sundquist, and April  Walker. We must say, that they have come  a long way and next year the team should  be more confident and accurate in their  shboting.  On our house games, basketball is  through. The final accumulative score  was: Haida-14; Nootka-10. Our two house  teams are now struggling for the lead  in  volleyball.  Next  time  we  will  have the  house  #%jteams  scores   for  volleyball  as  well  as  -~     a  write up  on  what is  going  on  with  our Badminton games.  INTERVIEW  "Our boy" this week is Ian MacKay.  Ian is Social Convenor for the Students  Council, he is also a member of the Senior  Boys Basketball Team. Ian hopes to enter  into the field of forestry.  ���mfmliW-UiimiTrtl  Did you know that you can heat an average 12-110 sq. It.  home on tlee Sechelt Peninsula, as well as all the hot  water you want and your cooking . . .  - ALL F0U Oi.Y $251.60 il YEM -  - Bf you are unhappy with your present system, or plan  to build or remodel-call us first and let us show you how  to save money.  We bet you also did not know that  you could have Propane installed in  your home including:  -���-iiirfc.ii.��i---W.Mir_fri��.---i  ���Phone SIB6-2424  all  Limited  REAL ESTATE  AND INSURANCE  Phone 886-2481  A Complete Line  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  Phone 8.86-2624  ��� H-.-l1-|i.i.i-mWH,UM^.l ��� ��� uepp,,L|., mui i _, iiiivw.j.  --.m..-.--...-.-^ __.���__  ��� ....,ll|lH11.. ..-_;1-j<  >L  VARIETY AMB  PAINTS  You May Pay Your B.C.  Hydro and B.C. Telephone  Accounts Here.  Phone 886-26-5  Phone 886-9962  The Service Station  with everything for the  Motorist  ���     ��� r         70r000 BTU Furnace  Up to 7 hot air runs  Venting into your chimney  Gas lines  500 Gal. propane tank  ALL INSTALLED  ONLY $649.00 WITH YOUR FIRST PAYMENT DUE  IN OCTOBER I  This special offer good only until S p.m., flay ��th.  PHONE TODAY I i' 885-236��  ���J     . . _��*,  nadian.  STANDARD MOTORS, SECHELT  PHONE 885-2360  *,l)W��~t!*Ht"**<>S��*l. *  V-x-J  rr>  ���  HAIG MAXWELL - PHARMACIST  "The Best For Less"  Phone 886-7213  no\  \.���  Cash Your Family  Allowance Cheque  At Any  Sunnycrest Stores  And A Froo Entry  Goes Into Tho  Drum For Our  Monthly $50 Draw  Ono $30 and Two  $10 Winners.  .-71  Phone 886-9543  Todd's  Children and Infants Wear  Ladies' Sports Wear  Phone 8Q-S-999-4  LAST MONTH'S  Wg^NEftS  1V1RS. M.  STEVENSON 1~_$30  PAiVI  BOYES  .$10  MRS ELSIE  THOMAS _J$10  Y,a-A*M  km  /civ "A -- if  Our popuScar monthly  Family Allowoinco Draw  Mow gives you n hotter chance to  win. We Rive 3 prizes each month  One $30 and Two  $10  Draws  -*���--_-.  -   ���* _��� JS *. Jk A ��fc_i4,4te/* ���_*�������.<��-^tiN-A- ^i^��*_A^^-l*_-*--^*b^*����_*.-_--^iV��_afc* *.*>.��  -f* <**>A'*U-����-^ j*- _*   ft ^wAkFtattA^ 'SA.^_<-a,<A IkAAA^- -M  *���**. ���*- *����#�� A-*  \        a  A <\Ai* _.__* ,*. ���^rfl-f*,-'. Aw* *    <��a.iA A.* A i*** A * _���*. _*��.���� �� a  -.Al. ***        !%_->      >���������,���->.*- , ft ..  Hi'  "���     '   -  ^^S^^l^lfe.^^  -N  fm**n*mi^mt*+*^  A   Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  '" Wednesday, April 15. 1970  APRIL 15th TO APRIL 21st  15  0211am 13.7  W. 0913 am    9.9  1211pm 10.1  0713 pm!  6.0  18 0336 am 13.6  Sa. 1013 am    9.1  0356 pm 11.7  0943 pm   7.5  16 0251am 13JJI 19 0356am 13.6  Th. 0933 am 9.1    Su. 1043 am    6.0  0151pm 10.4          0446 pm 12.4  0813 pm 6.4 j         1033 pm    8.2  17 0316 am 13.7  Fr. 0948 am    8.2  0306 pm 11.0  0858 pm    6.9*  20 0416 am 13.7  M. 1103 am   4.9  0536 pm 13.1  1108 pm    8.9  . 21   0441 om 13.7  WV      Tu. 1138 am    3.*���^f-  >* 0621 pm 13.6     w  0621 pm  1148 pm    9.6  Bushy By-pass  Cable Vision Soon  Still fairly high up in the hills of East   half   miles.   The American   made  Porpoise Bay the Coast Gable Vision    vehicle "Pug" with-ite-smallA2-hp-  end of a long haul of stringing cable   crew is seen preparing for the last    motor is so geered that it will carry  WE NOW HAVE THE NEW  TIDE BOOKS IN STOCK  ��� ROTOTILLERS ���  ��� RIDING LAWNMOWERS ���  FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT  AUTHORIZED DEALERS for  I ��� Mercury Outboords  ��� Pioneer,Chain Saws  ��� Canadien Chain Sows  �� Homelire Chain Saws  �� Stihl Chain Saws  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICE  Cowrie St., Sechelt ��� 885-9626  Undaunted bv blocked access lane    bush as the other members of the   down   the mountains   tome-East steep stretch of cable laying down to crew and cable up incrediblejrad^  unaauntea Dy DiocKea access lane    Dusn as me omer ������^��S.  PAmft.n Uo,r _���,, f. tllft a���..irx-.mt an operation building near the road, and does not hesitate to plow through  the versatile    "Pug" operated   by    crew, Gerry Wood and Stan Stubbs,, Porpoise Bay road to the equipment Workihg on steep grades and virtu- heavy bush. Crew from left are; Stan  Coast Cable : Vision manager, John    remove fallen logs from its bath,    building from which it will be carried ally down the sides of rugged moun- Stubbs of Gibsons,   John   Thomas,       for quick results use times  Thomas takes a detour through heavy    The crew last weekend reached the   along poles   into Sechelt.    System tainside, the crew will have slung manager of the operation, and Gerry   adbbiefs to buy rent oh swap  should be in operation this June. the cable a distance of two and a Wood of Sechelt. B   WBU ' ne,wl "n awAr  ^;A:A:AAA--^ '*&���*". ^s5?-!0^i%- ���  Rugged Terrain  Up hill, down hill and through heavy to be in operation in thc Sechelt area  biish, thc cable vision crew is seen sometime in June. Hook-up cost is  in tho mountains high above Porpoise expected   tb  be   $15 and   monthly  Bay on thc last leg of a tough job of charge $5. Stan Stubbs, Gibsons, is  cable stringing.  Local  manager of seen  trailing out   the cable   while  Coast Cable Vision John Thomas told CJerry    Wood,   Sechelt    and   John  The Times last week that it is hoped Thomas support the reel.  X " ^ \ j' *-* ( j ���"  rri.iiiuiViirf'iTyrfr'rff'r'T'     ���'--���-'-���������'���������F-'---*--Fi-va-|.irY* ���"v"  .UU-.*-iii-.i*.w<*i^^ MMt^mi^mi^h^iM^^iJmi^mm^ui Milium I iiMiiiW.U  ST.  THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE  ARY'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY V*  WILL BE HELD ON  ONDAY, APRIL 27, 1970  at 8:00 p.m.  IN THE SECHELT LEGION HALL  SIX TRUSTEES WILL BE NOMINATED FOR ELECTION.  FURTHER NOMINATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED FROM THE FLOOR.  NOTE: Entitled to participate in and vote at the'meeting arc:  1. Members registered in 1969# who hove paid Membership dues  ($2.00) (or 1970. before Ihe commencement of tho meeting,  2. New Members who have been registered and have paid Membership duos ($2.00) for 1970 NOT LATER THAN���30 days prior to  the meeting. ,  ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT AND  INTEREST.  NEW MEMBERS WILL BE WELCOME.  Sechelt,  BC.  March 20th,   1970  A, WAGCMAKI.RS  Administrator  St.  Mary's  Hospital,  Sechelt,   D.C,  ���*HyS-W--*a^.---i-����-a*��^^  *Si$*rmy***>Wr*  iiiujjii iMimmu^-gw w  y  ��� I  ���      ,   i -'  ^i^&^kJt?-*-^ ***^A  AA  **-<A *  '  mm. i *    \i    f * *-<*  tarns. �����**;�� in*,* -s-fsSw ft00 ��a��,nfcs�� mmt�� ��  '.������'"'('VCft''  >���"!   *���  \       Ia~ i,  W*rf  .GQUSSE  A Second Mortgage Loan to a maximum of $2,500 with interest /oworthan Federal N.H.A. first mortgage loans, is now  available for the purchase of an older home. If payments are  made promptly, there will be an annual refund of up to 10%,  reducing the elfcctivo intorcst rate on a 25-year loan to 7V_%.  To qualify:  1. You must hove boon a tenant occupying rented accommodation in British Columbia for not less than 2 years  iminediatoly preceding tho dato of purchase.  2. Di-ite of purchase must bo between April 1, 1970 and  March 31, 1971,  All mor.Gaf:c:> will he fully insured without extra chargos- nor  aro there any application, legal or registration fees or charges.  Home-owner Grants reduce property taxes  Onco you have purchased an older homo, you become eligible  for the Homo -owner Grant of up to $160 annually - an Important factor in helping to reduce tho amount of your property Utxos.  rbr further information,  complalo and mail lho coupon.  As an alternative to the Second Mortgage loan, you may receive an outright Acquisition Grant of $500 to bo used on the  purchase of an older home between April 1,1970 andlVJarch.  31, 1971.  Conditions aro as follows:  , 1. You must havo been a tenant occupying rented accommodation in British Columbia for not less than 2 years  Immediately preceding tho dato of purchase.  2. If you havo previously owned a houso and received  Homeowner Grants, tho total of those Horno-ownor  Grants must be deducted from,tho $500 Acquisition  ��� Grant. (There is no deduction of previously received  Home-ownor Grants if you choose the Second Mortgage  Loan.)  J Provincial Administrator, Homo-owner Asalstanco, J  I Deportment of Finance, J  ��� Parliament Bulldinfif., !  J Victoria, British Columbia J  J       f7i,..sf) send mo full information with rogmd to tho: '  I       f | Second Mortf-.aj.io on nn older homo !  I       D Acquisition Grant on fin older homo I  ! i  I       Name         I  i I  J       Address ,        I  i !  ��       ��  i _. ���_j  '>.'.,  ���i V.  OfAT.4  3  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCK  Hon. W. A. C. Bennett, P.C., Premier and Minister of Finance   G. S. Bry&on, Deputy Minister ol Financo  I  w,  ?!  ; *.  * ������ r- **���- ** t  k * -��  *.*^-"ii-���_.->*�� A-^^^AA^   >_>. a. n -**��� i ^���w^^VWVn^V^**^  ^l^v*'^**'-^*'*1'*'^1***--**"'^*-^  it   If .  *���*- ;   *"A - a--A  ',i  ��� *��� j* ���-.  /   ,"' '* > '  ��U.  ���V  A  >V  *(/"^*F       ' a-  , A *; Vf-A", .*-     -f,  '       - F        .**(-.- "J  ***> J J ��        -  a- ' I'   I  V  ���/- ^ ^AiA"'', '- --\T^  r* ������- iV   ^_y��' J'*5ffj.  ��      y;.a..      'i^fV,^-      ."������ -*  ,1a."  a $,- >: v%aW  -  ��� rV -'V<   :A*:��    iT}i*y V'<��  i'i/a     ,*'V    " *"        t    j/* ,'fW_f      V      \  1/H  Wednesday, April 15, 1970      .  The Peninsula. Times . Poge B-5  ���%_  "f-JW I'JW^'WJ  ri-**-_--*.U--i'-i-J<ii-_  ^X  ������>nyyn����iyi"s*iyj!l   11^:  v^?  I  Itait "\-__J  m  !'    .1"       ,,'       ���a,**'-")    'JVWV^'  -a-V   -f, a4vr*- *C* *<  ��� t .,:'.-* V      s"*"***** a-F^-jr   .�����  madeira -park elementary school,  activity' room  a  W<3d@i��sd��y, April 22, 7:30 p.m.  ���wjpy-wi"  wwqw^gy  ���li. r__-<'iWt_ito)faiWtilWa__-__-r-_  "���*M'Vl'w^g>,11!.^*?'1 ���|I"J"-' ^  i��i<iil��T_ii)_rilin_(_i���i-nith-i[*i-w1-*<tl--.  /  A  I"  ***<_*__.  ^^������^���ymyn  ,iMt..^,y.-p,..y;i  :    -         . - -" AAA> i..?,- AS* -   i/.A'-" --fJ-'-'K'   f- ".'-.-' S7Wr>:*s        ���   '"..A^^S;      ���    ,  l       -                        a      "                ''' "        '             *?     '          A       .'''        S'      *            alf,,-        U�����  '    S       ,   ''',*"'       "*'              ,.'.          V A''-"            7       A       '       i"?T��^              "     ' - V   '       \**           '    '   "-          '      a  *'     ,     a  ^                        ',���               J  t��-;             \ '--    -*������'-        f ,V>',-*-,V-i :7    ���'"^I^-^i,         *      *f.  .    !V- .*'     -       '���*!    itM.U\  ,"���      ,      '*-���',,*���            *���     it  I..F....F  ...a..F.-        ..     . ,. ~.��� 1 ,.!Jl.^      .Tf, ..J .     .     ��      .'_      .-�����i      j,,    .._a^���'..).    -a... ............-;.     .a i .Fl fa���..tn II,.,,1,11       in,  Mli.���,.ai���tlin    t  11      ..���ai 11,  .-..MWi'll      T .ill... .llMl.lf l.lll ... 1    --���   ' I >  It  Mighty Tough  Boxing without head-guards, Gibsons  Cubs and Scout contenders found the  sport takes a lot of courage and determination, and mothers found the  sport even more demanding during  the recent boxing display at Gibsons.  Giving a good account of themselves  were, from left back: Alan With; Ian  MacKenzie; JohnVolen; Wes Whitty;  Ron Girard; Pat Gaines and Ken  Hincks. Centre: Gerry McConnell and  Dan Girard. Front: Mike Hansen;  Terry Verhulst; Graham Winn and  Ian Fraser. Missing from the picture  are Roy and Bill Christiansen.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  im��! iiisjiiii  Saturday, April 18 will be Fun Night at  the Welcome Beach HalL This is tho  last scheduled social evening of the season and it is hoped there will be a specially good turnout to help wind up a very  happy winter's, activities. The time is  7:30 p.m., everybody is welcome and  admission fee of 50 cents includes refreshments.  LONG  WALK  Millie Leyland who is already known  as a gifted artist and silversmith, recently  proved that her feet are as nimble as  her hands and that she has the added  gifts of courage and perseverence.  ' She was one of nearly 2000 people  who started out from Vancouver on the  Moccasin Miles Walkathon on April 3rd.  Despite two days of teaming rain, cold  and conditions along the route that were  often difficult, she completed the 100  mile walk to Hope within the three days  specified. She expressed her appreciation  to the many friends on the Sunshine  Coast who so generously sponsored her.  It is estimated that "Moccasin Miles"  raised approximately $150,000 in aid of  native Indian associations.  BIRTHDAY DATES  This is definitely the last call for  birthdays and anniversaries for the ne.xt  Lions' Club Birthday Calendar which  will'cover the year July 1, 1970 to June  30, 1971. If you have not yet ordered your  calendar, lose no time in phoning Mary  Tinkley (885-9479) or Peggy Connor (885-  9347) ��� or pick up an application form  at the Post Office.  CENTENNIAL '71  Investigating Committee for Centennial '71 has received some interesting  and helpful suggestions from residents  of Electoral Area B but would welcome  more. If you have an idea for a project  suitable for the whole area, send it to  the Secretary, Mrs. Ralph Lynds, R.R.1  Halfmoon ^ay. "\  FILM SHOW j  ���Last' Week's   film   show   was   disap/  pointing to those jvho looked forward Jo  dollars annually, Apart from a valuable seeing "Song of London", as this film  tax assessment, the added salaries in the which had been booked for many months  area will add considerably'to the economy failed to arrive. However, Halfmoon Bay  of the district as a whole: Scots rallied around for a nostalgic visit  LACKING inside information as to workings of the Sunshine Coast Regional  Board, The Times, with a vastly superior  circulation, was unaware that a special  meeting of -the Board held April 2nd was  an open meeting. Consequently we were  unable to report last week on decision by  the Board to approve in principle plans  for a gravel operation in the area.  Letter from Scholefield Management  Co. Ltd. (Cojij,l��uctiqn^Agfeegates) under  stood to be now contfolled-'by' 'Ocean Cement, indicated the' gravel w6uld be  transported from the East Porpoise Bay  area across the back of the hospital to a  stock pile from wliich it would proceed  by conveyor under the highway near Selma Park thicugh Indian reserve property  to waterfront loading facilities near the  Indian church. Noise factor will be minimal and the plant itself will be some distance from the road and population.  As previously stated, gravel is exceptionally clean but will, nevertheless, be  washed in settling ponds which in turn  will be cleaned out periodically. Strict  control over such projects are now in  force and regulations have to be strictly  complied with.  Advantages to the area will include  employment of between forty and 100 men  with a pay packet of up to one million  ���by Mary Tinkley  to Blair Castle and the Scottish moors  and caves where Bonnie Prince Charlie  hid from the English troops after the  Battle of Culloden.  Mr. Hugh Duff who was projectionist,  filled in the program happily with slides  and movie of his recent trip to Florida.  Slides of special interest were some of  the eclipse of the sun which he took  from a television screen  NEW ARRIVAL  There is great rejoicing at Secret Cove  where Steve and Mitch Laakso are welcoming home a baby sister.  BACK HOME  ' A number of travellers have returned  to the Bay after interesting trips and  holidays. .Home at Redrooffs after four  wonderful months in Hawaii is Don Ross.  He is happy to report a holiday filled  with warm sunshine and good swimming  with unsually   little   rain.  Also home after an interesting 11-  day bus trip with Evergreen Tours are  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clear and Mr. and Mrs.  Ted Cook. Covering 3144 miles, they  visited Eugene, Yreka and Sacramento,  continuing by way of Bakerfield and  Mojave to Las Vegas for a 3 night stay.  They found the 4-mile "Strip" of  gambling places nothing to look at in  the daytime,1 but fabulous at night with  its blaze of illuminated signs. They enjoyed several side trips including one to  the Hoover Dam. They continued to  Carson City for a 2 night visit at the  Ponderoso Inn and then to Virginia City  and Lake Tahoe' The ride through Tagg-at  Pass they considered the most hair-raising part of the ride. Reno was the 7000  feet high point of the tour.  Also home from a trip to Hawaii are  Morrtce and Monica Hanley whose home  was packed Inst weekend for the celebration of Mr. Hanley's birthday. Among  their house guests were Mr. and Mrs.  Morris Stewart of While Rock and Mr.  and Mrs. Les Vickery of North Vancouver. Ken Moffat has been granted a  3 months' U.S. visa to work on a construction project at San Diego, California.  Guests of the Alan Greene's at Killaly  last week were Richard and Silvia Bevan  nnd their two sons/Timothy and Robert.  Rev. Richard Bevan was curate at Chelsea  014 Church, London, when, Canon and  Mrs. Greene were married. For the past  eight years he has been rector of a church  at Abberley, Worcestershire and. is at  present acting as rector-of Ashcroft, B;C.  on an exchange basis.  Mis. Greene was hostess at a farewell  dinner party in honour of Rev. Barry  Jenks on April 6. She and Canon Greene  visited Alan Greene Jr. who is in Lions'  Gate Hospital recovering from surgery  and then proceeded to Vancouver Island  for a visit with old friends.  (Mmm  .....fM-MMM*-^^"1'-!'-^^  N  r  ���v&r*>       i  "\ A'1-* *"���'���*'  t *    * ��,**.    J"WH��1>*�� **M*"# * _,'*���  r  la.'W***'   "''���"���'������#>,',,#%'ta��*-^^  -a******-** . �����imjlll H,.*i^   ,0 * ^P*fV.$ii"Smi��^<^^lx"m^'t-'f,<r  U*^ ' " ���    '. '    - ... ��  ! -      ��� ."  .  /     'N  Af���<<���&-���;  Thousands of visitors to British  Columbia soo our provlnco ns ono  of tho Ereatoat sconlc and  recreational aro��3 on oarth. And  thoso visitors are absolutoly right.  From tho sandy bonchQs of  Vancouver Island to the rufifjod  grandour of tho RoRors Pnsa,  thoro's boundless opportunity for  exciting holiday travol. This yonr,  plan to soo moro of British  Columbia *- find soo what holidays  aro all about  Ig  GOVERNMENT OF BRITiSH COUJMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF TRAVEL INDUSTRY  Hon. W. K. Klornan, Minister  ��. D. Worley, Deputy Mint-tor  "Your dollar's worth moro at homa"'  vs-y  M  It's part of nature's inscrutable plan  that the motorist who knows all about  how to drive on ice and snow is always  right behind the man who doesn't.  ^ inwu'i  ��� i.Mffii-nSfc.  ISC  Doctor o( Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Sechelr  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  8@5--_a_._3  ���^__  ��3^w  THE POWELL RIVER ASSpCIATlON FOR THE  MENTALLY RETARDED WISH M^  APPLICATIONS FOR ADivllSSIQN TO THE PROPOSED  iO-BED LIVE-IN COMPLEX FOR RETARDATES WILL BE  RECEIVED FROM APRIL 15, W0.\  PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO APPLICANTS IN  THE POWELL RIVER ARllA,. SECHEIJ PEN  TEXADA ISLAND AND ISLANDS TO tHE NORTH TO  INCLUDE CORTEi AND VICINITY.  APPLICATIONS CONTAINING ALL PERTINENT  INFORMATION SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO-  4059 HAt^lTOEA STREET,  POWELL ftiVEfl, B.C.  ����!S��iW����ip��iiWBW��W��^^  MM-WiiMiMM-Mi^^  sa  BOOHSTORE  A Good Selection of  Popular COOKBOOKS  Sechelt 885-9654  a  5  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  MUSHROOMS ADD ZEST TO POTATO SALADS  Summor Is salad time and slnco fresh vegetables aro Inexpensive and at thoir  peak of goodness wo should plan to sorvo as many Interesting salad combinations as  tho imqglnatlon allows, Salads aro easy on busy mothors too. for many can bo prepared  first thing In tho morning and allowed to mellow In the refrigerator until suppor.  Mushroom Potato Salad Is just such a dish. It combines mony of tho fresh,  wcculcnt vegetables which are now appearing In tho markets. For best flavour, uso  now potatoes for they havo a dlstlnctlvo sweetness which ensures the success of a  potato salad.  Mushrooms arc In good supply during tho summer. Serve them raw as nlbblers,  mounted In French dressing as a sldddlih, or Incorporate them Into your favorite  barboque sauce, Mushroom*; freeze very successfully so plan to put some away for  wlnlor, Thoy need only to bo washed, dried ond sliced Into plastic bogs before freezing.  Many homemakers freeze their mushrooms an cookie sheets before bagging to ensure  frco-flowlng slices of mushrooms, Use tho frozen mushrooms as a substitute for fresh In  any reclpo. No defrosting Is necessary.  Mushroom Potato Salod I* hearty and almost a meal In Itself. Sorvo with tomato  wedges and a cheese or cold moat tray for great family enjoyment.  'eiiniulci Plumisig  Ltd.  fHEATB-HG & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons. B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . .  <  HELEsNB'S  FASHION SI-iOPPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  MUSHROOM TOTATO SALAD  A cups diced cold potatoes (about 6 med.)      2 tbsp. minced parsley  I cup sliced mushroom-  4 slices bacon dried  I tsp, lemon Juice  1 green onion sliced or 2 tsp. chives  1 cup dried celery  2 tbsp. diced pimento  1/3 cup sour cream  1 /3 cup mayonnolso  2 tbsp, bacon drippings  I t,[>, salt ond pepper  Cook bacon In sklllot until crisp, Add mushrooms and lemon |ulca and sauto two  minutes, Drain bacon and mushrooms.  Combine potatoes, bacon, mu.hroorm, onions, celery, pimento, parsley, and pickle  relish.  i  In a one cup meo.ure combine sour cream, nioyonnake, vlneoor and bacon drippings, Add salt ond pepper and mix thoroughly.  Pour dressing over solod slowly, Dn not odd dre��lng all ot once os It may not all  b�� newfed. Thoroughly mls-i, Tost* foe *fro*KMnlr>o, ChUI ot l��ost 'o-ni* bo-ur*,  Servo 0ornU,.ed with green pepper ring* ond hard-cooked CQQ*.  TODD'S  D1YGOODS     '���'  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  WEAit  LAUIES1 SPOUTS WEAR  phono 886-9994  Si^nnycrest Shopping Centre  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving Tho Sunshine Coast  GULF BUILDING  'SUPPLIES  005-2203 . Sechelt, B.C.  ->1>  .i.��-��F.i,.��ij,...,.j.,��.g.>a.a-��"���-a��i.i��..iF  :Matlaai*i*-*��F-F��F&^��*a^k3^^  r_<  **   ft  ���*.,*������- A ���'���*��*������*_---*���.-i*\ ^s*^**^^^***^^^^^-**^***'*'***>**'+���'*'���*' ��**i'*vvvvvvvvvy*,a/vv.  )  7'ij^j"Ki*\*Hf'Sf/MJ^\)r-''ty'^SP\r**^ty'^&~H/~'1V''<J*^  ���^������WMi.  I,  Around Gibsons  x     ������rby Marion Charman  MRS.'Ruth Ward was hostess at her home  .when she entertained at a surprise  biaby shower in honor of Mrs. Sue Ear-  waker. Pat Holland had charge of the  games for this delightful party. Other  guests were: Jean Jorgenson; Eleanor Pen-  fold; Shirley Herie; Marlene Danroth;  Grace Phare; Susan Phare; Lorraine Barber* and Rita Hummel. A beautifully decorated basket in white, pink and blue  held the lovely parcels. Not present, but  sending gifts were Margaret Bob and R.  Haner .A delicious .lunch was served.  TRAVELLERS  Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blake have returned from San Diego, California, after an  enjoyable month's vacation with their  trailer.  Mrs. Fred Holland; Mrs. Frank Bailey  and Mrs, Earl Bingley have returned from  Hawaii. Their Holiday in th"at romantic  country was all that they had expected it  would' be. Sunsets were beautiful; temperatures 87-71 degrees. They had a thor-  oughi'y elfjoyable time visiting Polynesian  Centre;* Paradise; "Sea-Life Park as well  as going by plane to Maui Island to see  many interesting places there.  ; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berdahl and  Pierre have returned from a two week  trip to California where they visited relatives at Santa Clara and toured many interesting places such as Disneyland, Fisherman's Wharf. "While in San Francisco,  they rode on the cable cars. At Marine-  land the Berdahls were very impressed  with the whales. It is announced that they  are from Pender Harbour, B.C., and how  they were transported. They are now extremely well trained and two of the whales allow their trainers to ride on them.  At the end of their performance, one does  a head stand in the water and waves its  tail for the audience. While in Reno the  Berdahls met other Gibsons residents.  HERE AND THERE  Corey Dougall, young son of Mr. and  Mrs. Clark Dougall was the lucky winner of a pedal car in a draw at Ken's  Lucky Dollar Store recently.  Guests of Mrs. Oney L. De Camp and  her sister Mrs. Sally Thompson and Mrs.  Marie Scott were their cousins Mary and  Duff McGrath from Tolland, Alberta who  while visiting for a week enjoyed our  beaches and fine weather.  After visiting Mr. and Mrs. Szentpe-  tere, the latter's brother has returned to  Port Alice.  Mrs. Pat Holland was a visitor to Powell River,  Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ybu-  dell was the latter's sister Mrs. Willians  and three children from Princeton.  Vernon and Penny Oulton from Powell  River visited the Fred Verhulsts over the  weekend.  Guests of Carl and Helen Schroers and  family is Sharon Gardner from Flin Flon  Manitoba.  Mrs. Ruth McCulloch and daughter  Terri also Ken and Julie McCulloch with  their 3 small children all from Victoria  were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs.  Nygren.   ...,.  Staying with the J. W. Hansen family  for a while is Mr. Hansen's mother from  Tofino.  Tom and Brenda Montgomery had the  latter's sister from Birch Island visiting  them for a few weeks.  Douglas Lowther observed his birthday while visiting friends at Bowen Island last week.  Visiting Mr. Cornelius Olsen* was his  daughter Miss Esther Olsen and friend  from the* city, also Mr. Olson's nephew  from Norway who is chief steward on a  ship that was in port in Vancouver.  Enjoying a visit renewing acquaintances hero is former local resident Mrs. A.  Mainwaiing from Victoria who i.s guest  of Mrs, R, Telford.  Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. B.  J. Wiskcn were Mr. and Mrs, David  Zahr, Hon and Yvonne from Powell River.  John Charman nnd D. Lowther were  in Kamloops for 3 days where they attended meetings at Calvary Temple. Laurie Price was the speaker. At the Sunday  gathering there wns an attendance of 1077  people,  Twenty-nine members of Royal Canadian U'glon L.A.'s from Sechelt; Roberts  Creek and Gibsons went by bus to Port  - Moody recently where they had lunch and  were entertained by Port Moody Legion  L.A.  L<m Wray returned on Thursday April  0 from Toronto when, he attended a three  day contention*, receiving awards for meritorious business achievement., of L-*n  Wray's Transfer Ltd, While In Toronto  he vitilled a niece and her family as wHl  as friends whose acquaintance he made  during lho war when he was In the KCAK.  Miss I.ien.ln Weinhandl has passed Ii-t  nix  monthM probation  period  In  nursing  Pago 8-6 Tho Peninsula Tlmoa  Wednesday, April IS, 1970  Waite-Beeman  at St. Paul's HospitaL  BIRTHS  Congratulations . to Jim .and Sophie  Hansen of .the birth of a beautiful baby  daughter, Janice Mae, at St. Mary's Hospital, April 9th.   .  ���Mr. and Mrs. Alan Williams are happy  over the birth of their baby son, 41bs 6V_  ozs at St. Mary's Hospital, April 2nd.  logons weadi:  Entertaining movie  for Sechelt theatre  "RUN Wild, Run Free," a charming and  cinematically beautiful story of a  hypersensitive young Egnlish boy who  lives with his parents amidst the vast expanse of Dartmoor in England's picturesque West country, is the entertainment  feature this week at the Sechelt Theatre  on the .Waterfront.  Young Philip Ransome (Mark Lester)  is an isolated child of nature.'and although  he is now 10, he has been handicapped  since early childhood by an inability to  speak. His parents despair over his con-  ^ition-rrT-his-father-James-tGordon^ack-"  son), becoming tense and almost unable  to communicate with his child; and his  doting mother Ellen* (Sylvia Syms), refusing to believe her son will always be  handicapped... frequently taking him in  search of medical help. The child, instead  draws more and more within himself.  However, all is not lost, and an experience which he has, helps Philip develop the courage to over-come his own  speech handicap... but not without a  valiant struggle.  ^���t'*fW*'-iiy''l!ffaWti'OT*w-^y^yy;��*Jw*��  ......,a~,,M,T. ai-.1-,........' .\..y^ . yf,,., F.y... Fj.^. ||r f   a,��,1F.iiH,|iift.������l>'HH Ft*F  SECHELT THEATRE  ���    PRESENTS    ���  RUN WILD, RUN FREE  STARRING  Mark Lctcr, John Mil!*..  COLOR - CARTOON - SINGLE  Start* 0 p.m. Out* 10 p.m,  FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY,  April 17th, 18th ond 20th  Nexf Week: "CHE"  Coming Soon:  Pendulum  Savon Guns for tho  MacGregors  Tho Devil's Eight  Tho Devil's Own  (midnight nhow)  k  .{  M3y all your hangups be drip-dry.  CEREMONIAL "dress of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police added colour to  the very lovely. Spring wedding -which  took place at Gibsons United Church .on  Saturday April 4 when Diana Louise Beeman became the bride of Constable Bruce  Lloyd Waite.  The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Clifford Beeman of Roberts  Creek and the groom is the son of Mr.  and Mrs. Lloyd* Waite of Ste. Rose du  Lac, Manitoba.  Rev. James Williamson officiated at  double ring ceremony which took place  at 7:30 p.m; Organist was Mrs. May Freer.  Given in marriage by her father, the  young bride looked very lovely in the  lace wedding gown which her Godmother  once wore. Her filmy veil of white tulle  was crowned by a small tiara and ,she  carried a crescent bouquet of feathered  red carnations.   Attending_ the bride was Maid of Honor. Miss GweirPrice; "blTde-afiaid~~"Miss  Beverley Herbert of Vancouver; Jr. .Jjrides-  maid, the bride's sister; Miss Viclii:Beeman. Their dresses were of floor length  yellow nylon with daisy inotif on bodice  and sleeves. Maid of Honor carried a crescent of yellow carnations** and the bridesmaids, colonial bouquets of daisies and  yellow carnations.  The groom looked very handsome in  his scarlet uniform and the best man Mr.  Charles Adam and ushers, Mr. Barry  Waite, brother of the groom and Mr. Paul  Beeman, brother of the bride, all wore  white jackets ,with red  caxnaticn  bout-  toniers.  Reception was held in Roberts Creek  Legion Hall, decorated in daisy motif for  the happy occasion, with white bells and  yellow and white streamers. Silver candelabra graced the bride's table which  held the beautiful three tiered cake decorated with white icing latticework and  bright red iced roses.  Master of ceremonies was the bride's  uncle Mr. C. Gibsons and Mr. Fred Hor-  ton proposed the toast to the bride.  Telegrams were read, coming from  Manitoba, Castlegar and Vancouver Island.  For .the happy occasion the bride's mother chose a green and gold coat dress  with yellow carnation corsage.  The bride presented her bouquet to  her grandmother who is 89 years old and  had travelled by sea-plane from Nanaimo  for the wedding. Mr. Sonny Horton of  Vancouver caught the garter.  Lady Lions schedule  popular fashion show  LADIES Lions report that their fashion  show to be held in the Roberts Creek  Hall April 30, has been given substantial  support by local business people and the  event, "Vacations Fashions of the Peninsula" is expected to prove a great attraction.  Clothing will be provided by Morgans  Mens Wear, The Toggery and Helen Bishops Ladies Wear. Uncle Mick's Shoes has  volunteered shoes and purses, Roy Taylor's Pro Shop will provide golf wear,  decorations by Mickie's Boutique, patio  furniture by Parker's Hardware, props &  carpets by Benner's Furniture and door  I   Guaranteed Watch and  |        Jewellry Repairs  ft  prizes donated by other business men. .  "Vacation Fashions of the Peninsula"  is scheduled for 8 p.m. Refreshments will  be available. ' .  Remember when five dollars' worth of  groceries wouldn't fit into one .bag���let  alone one stomach? .    '   '  HPIM MM1 ym**W*>~��W��!!f*wimW^*m.<*mmW*$.*J}_>"}y"  c5 4jp ffi-ajw-tm��-f w** ^  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  m  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 8@5-2.-G2  ;. i  i  !  i  {'  i~-,,.,;UiTO  "For the honeymoon journey to Manitoba the bride wore a yellow'lace coat  dress with white carnation corsage. Upon  their return the young couple will Teside  at Castlegar, B.C.  More than 50 out of town guests from  Manitoba,   Interior  of   B.C.,   the  Lower  Mainland and. Vancouver Island travelleii*  to Roberts Creek for the ceremony.  A reputat'ioh once broken may possibly  be repaired, but the world will always  keep its eye on the spot where the crack  was.  **����fS*!��aw*>t'**^^  NEARLY EVERYBODY LIKES  SIMPKINS FIREPLACES  P.O. Box 517, Sechelt, Davis Bay Road Phone 885-2132  wmmM��jlJ/Ju \  Zl  o m  Cif^  . if.*.  t&hn  a***.  UlttQ".*-  {5*4 ���*<'/'-<  1*'-  Is si  ���- .. ? a. ,  ��*_  ��rv  (SJgg  Ki'fi  Wf  ��$$��  mms.  \  m  "^  mi  Mi*84  \1  . -*,��.--��/.  :���'*.,  ������>���>  vi j ' '^  Sir  1 -!.*�����  *    *-A  *- v  "^^J  SEVER! FAimS  EVAPORATE!* - Tails  3\    a-  % /  -..,.  K  Uv  U."1  I MID HMY  Ef SIDE EtIBS  ifs H Faw��r.!@  m.  TOMATO or VEGETABLE   10 oz. tin  iD-DfTT tfO  ^y  BALLET  4 PACK  tL-a.../  TiT**-?  m<  DUNCAN HINES  20 or   ro)R/^\rv*  UVJ  mm  LIBBY'S  14 or....  KRAFT - 8 or.  1000 Islo, Coleslaw, Green Onion  J| for   Jf  PEACHES ��"_*��"_- 4... $S-<  APPLE JUICE   r.L.K,NS        4  MALKIN'S ,*  48 os _.   '.  TOMATOES   2^oDATLVo?k 0,: 3 for  KOTEX TAMPONS Pk9.oflo ���  BLEACH {JJ2        -t  (S  fBc&cher's  Pork or Breakfast Ib.  C  oy  Picco  Ib.  D  v  _r*T]  rr-r_, r  \J  ^  n  lmi.iw.ii t,<m  I -  1 mm  s CO  U.S. No. 1  Large    PHICES EFFECTIVE: TMUR., APRLI  IG TO SAT., APRIL  1Q  Ib.  '-"117  South African.  Dorlinka No.  1  mmii um  lb.  Calif.  No. 1        pkg.  L  //  D  . /A  V    Jf  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  CG5-2023 - SECHELT  JL/L/i  V/7/7/77777/7/777n/777777777n/777nnnD  ft   *   *   *   f*  I.      ��-.      _*       ��aV      4��.-l-J.4ra._^hA       -*,�� -���-.*#-,������.*,-�� -������������ni.^-l-l, ��f  c * i" ���* ����� ,�� *�� * -^ -* f .���* *��� #-�����** * " : i  'a^ *_r' * **/ * * / * .* -���*"���- 'j * -* /"j"' -" **


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items