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The Peninsula Times Jun 23, 1971

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 ll.  1  a"    i  1*      '  1 I    r.  ,*   i  ft*  ** ���>.  .V   >  f'�� rfr-ffrs*  ��� f-0-S.-f*.   ^a-t-yVk'.'^iV^V ^W     "    1\'    rj-  0\f.,*- tr.^j-  *���*.*���:'  *^~��   * *��� *   1%. ���-����... c^-.  rt,*     XM  *   t   Lr���   * ^a.* *vv�� ���  ^fc^BW     }>^.o  ��..*w^.^k��  "* 0  .flf Gihsons  ���-���tf*  -tqltfa office phased out.-  or inspection informatioij  West Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  1606 Weq-jT-Hh Ave., . "  Vancouver 9, B,0.  Service  ; PUBJ4C Health office at Gibsons.will bp  phased right out .as, .i'ar as Public  Health lnsppqtipn Information is oop7  'cerned, said ffieniof Public Health Ipspec-  -tor Peter Bell giving hjs report at lasjt  week's meeting .of the Union Board of  Health.  Residents   in   the   Gibsons   area   will  contact   Squamish   office', for. inspection  and thpse in the Sechelt' - Pendpi'-^lju--  bour area will contact the main office at  Powell River.-  ..   _ Explaining   reasons   for   the   change,  - Union  Board  of Health- Director  Dr.  D.  iy.   Gemmill   said   that   demand   in   the  Health    Unit    calls    .for    reorganisation.  Senior Public. Health Inspector Peter Bell  will   move  from  Squamish   to  the  main  'office 'in Ppwell River.. P.H.I. Mr. II.  R.  BbU   will   move . from The   Powell   River-  Office  to Squamish.        ' , ; '  Additional '.help.in tbe busy summer  months will be'* provided by B.C. Institute of Technology student Mr. Mark  Steel who is taking- a Public  course, ���        .'        '  In an attempt lo use staff to greater  efficiency, travelling time is being reduced  by. cutting  down   tbe   number of  it  -'viajt.8( Ip areas .syc)-. as Sechelt and Gib-*  gpiis^ but ips.pectpi$ will spend a' longer  "ppfipd: Ql tirne in the area when visits are  "nad,p. It is hoped to 'organize a schedule.  Referring to the phasing out of the  Qibspps office hi*the Public Health, inspection area, Mr. Bell said l|iat the Regional. 'Pistrict. Councils would be relied  upon to.help gel tilings worked opt. The  office in Gibsons could be contacted  in  ��� lhe_case of emergency and both inspectors will check that office to "see if there  are   aoy   serious   problems.  Dr. Gemmill told Ihe Board that. Vils-  tbria bases the need for additional staff  on population figures and other units are  more  desperate  than  this one,  although  *" /  Seryino the Sups-hipe Copst, (Howo Sdppd to Jeryi$ Iplet), including porf rViellop, Hopkins Landing, ("ran-pcrms Landing, Gibsops, Roberts Creek,  Vy/rlson Creek, Selma Park, Scchejt, Hqlfrppop Bay, Secret Cove, Pepdor Har'at'ur, Madeira Park**- Kjaipdale, IfVipo's Lapdinq, Earl Cove, Egmont  . 2nd Class Mali  **toQisfrat*9H, N?: I H?  Unjan  Lqber  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST-  This Issue 12 Pdges -~ 12c  Volume 8, No. 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNEJ~!3,^mi  \ \+ 0  \  (>f7?r}  i  i -  31  :l,  programme and with the help pf the  Health.* summer student, it is hoped to get along  as best as possible this "year. The greatest  difficulty is the t-ime spent .in travelling  and restructure should result in greater  efficiency.  i  / v.  i -��  -V.  \ ���  Charnber project  Alderman changes outlook  over boat ramp proposals  SECHISLT. -��� Alderman. Ted Osborne  appeared to have a -change of opinion  regarding a proposed boat launching  ramp at Porpoise Bay for at last regular  meeiing he suggested 'the Chamber of  Commerce approach the Depaitment with  a view to getting dredging carried out for  such a project. ���  ��� -��� -"  Alderman Osborne explained that  work by the Government, dredger is to  1)0 carried out near TillicurP Bay. The  boat owners who use Mr. Osborne's  whuii'ing" have complained of a sand-bar  Jj^inililfe  bis   facrlilv   miH_Juiw_:j*l<firl   fan-  cost   for   fill   for" the- area   between  wharf  ond   ramp,   he  had   suggested  figure  of  $2"000.   He   also   expressed  view   that   the   existing  ramp  was   quile  sufficient  and  that  another  ramp  would  be' unneccessary.  Aid. Osborne also drew attenfiori to  the fact that he is considering construction of an office building adjacent to his  house near the Porpoise Bay wharf. He  wondered if there were any problem's'involved'.' He "was told tu submit his plans  to the Building Inspector-and they would  hi^ pi'm-Msserl accordingly   ,_i i  dredging service. Therefore, he suggested  the Chamber might add.its voice and. gel  assistance with the landing ramp work,  ���"���-"ef'&rrd the area between the existing  barge landing ramp and the wharf would  be well suited for such a .purpose.  Aid. Joe Benner informed him that  be is presently in touch with the Depart-,  jnenl and indications are that there will  be no problem regarding permission for  lhe__Cjrainbei'_ liL.go-jihj^d_ with its plans.  Aid. Osborne said he hopes this does  not mean utilizing part of the barge landing ramp "if so there will be others beside  myself who will be protesting," he said.  Aid. Benner told him that this was  boing..checked on by the Government engineers and, further, there are prpbuhly  4(i() pleasure boats for 'every barge that  SWIM FLOAT  Swimming float constructed last year-  arid anchored off BopleyartHpjoved so  successful that it yas suggested another  one lie acquired this year. Aid Benner  said he has heon���quoted thc same price  as the first one. Council therefore moved  a second float bp obtained.  SWIM CLASSES  Request by the Sechell Kinsmen Club  for a donation toward cosi of annual swim  classes resulted in an increase from $125  to $150 for this season's project.  Safety Achievement  Members, of the Plant Accident Prevention. Committee of Port iVHeUon  hac| good reason to look pleased with  themselves  last week on  receiving  another Award of Merit for a fine  "-safety-recordvlOO-accident'-free'days:-"  On hand for the presentation were  from letTT^PrelT Corley, presTXocaT  297; John Dow, to-chairman 1971 Safely  Committee;   .lack    Morris,   Co-'  chairman     19ft)   committee;    Dom  Mackjani, industrial relations.', manager;   Ed.  Sherman,  resident  manager; Merle Nelson, pulp mill superintendent;   Scotty   Allison, National  Safety Council Accident Control manager;   C.   Rusty   Rustemeyer,   man-,  ager Safety  Dept. Canadian Forest  Products; Bud Blatcford  (obscured)  Industrial  Relations Assistant;  Jim  Munro co-chairman-1970 Committee.  Port Mellon  -r~r  Makara to presMt  an outdoor CQ-jqerf  LOOK foi Elaine ICrpnhausat*'the pext  Makaia, Saturday,-June-2bth *}*��� 8 P^PI--  Elaine, who appeared w|th Joe Miqck apd  Alan Mobei g'at "the Easter concert is back  with moie bluesy folk for you. Fiilms and  moie local performel-s ai;e alsq^oii the  bill  Admission is only-50c.  .  On July 3rd at 2 p.m. jylakara is. presenting an outdoor concert on thejjaurl-*-  house lawn in Gibspnit. Thc perfonriels  are stiJl uncertain but should -include  several Vancouver groups as we'll as local  people. More information of,this,..next  week. .���.'.-.'���  Pqrpoi��e Bay parlcsite  MLA outlines proposals  SECHELT and District\Charnber pf Commerce yirrotft recently to Hon. Isabdl  Dawson. MLA, seeking further details as  to the proposed development of the-'Por-  pois��e Bay campsite., Replying lasl week,"  with a copy to the Times,; Mrs. .Dawson  states; * ���"������ ������  "'With reference to your loiter of Mpy,  27, 1071, requesting .information , on the  development.of the Porpoise Bay Campsite, 1-have the -following information for  you. ���  .. '  The original'schedule for 1971 con-'  . striiction called for^a llO-unit campground.  However-, recognizing the need for beach  access, .the Department, of Recreation and  Conservation plan on including a day-.  use area with 110-car parking capacity.  Public use of course will not be practical  until next summer.  ���   Complete development anticipates 400-  , car par-king, picnic  "shelters,    c b a n g g  houses,   additional   campsites,   water   syr  a- V  lTiT.i  "li"   ;  Not yet over  might:'Ms�� 'be ;rariip,,       .  A| a previous meeting, Aid. psbprpp  had said that. wbeTf'asked by Chamber  mepibers for an idea of what it  would  again carries can  FIRE PRACTICE  .ilr.ihurl.-i Creek li'lre Department will  iiiiclorl-U'l-e hi. burn down any pldur lyiio  biiildings as pari pf, rugulai- Iiiu pracfieu  in the ItohurlH Crcelc'Fire Prut eel ion District, '  FUND RAISER  Chljilren' In Cliililron Ciillpral Kx-  (���(iniigr! cuininllloi! will i-ponisiii' ilu .second  Aniuiul Siilinoii Uui'buqiK.1 HI llic CJibison.4  wharf, Thursday -Inly lnl.iil'"-! p.m..An  hiyllallnii is cxlondiiil, Ip pvuryrrim to  nllcinl nnd j'ivii support lo llii.s fund nils-  Ing project,  MAPLE LEAF  Tlio.-in Hlniiigii inoliir vujihhi . lu'ontio  |;|ii|i;ii ni'iiiiiHl, luwii bniiriiig ll><! Mnp|<>  Luiil' nil! niiiri! finnllliir , ovurseiiH op  \nhli'l'.'n owned by nioniburn of llm  Ciiuiiillim )'"<��ii-i'.i, Itai'K lioiiio in bin whlln  PtMif'iMil nlici- -I y��!nif> i|�� ti'-iiiiiiny in Paul  Toyiila'c, firm pf Mi, mul Mrs, John Toyu-  bco, now hliilloncd al Klng-iloii, Onlipio,  Paul iilrnii'ly hnn nun pi-rnuii miNlouii In  piiri'liiit|ii III''- pinion.  SPECIAIj meeting of the Sunshine Coast  .Regional   Board  held  June   Kith   was  called specifically ,to deal with the over-  wbehping  public opposition   lo a  gravel  operation in the Sochell-Solniu Park area.  A special cojiibinod uonunlttuuniceling  .���had.been'held a week previous' in order  that,submissions by the public be studied  at. length. The June llilb meeting of Hie  Biian| as a.wbol.e was pulled In make u  decision  on  the rucoininendulioii  iif   Hie  CrilPlllillee, ���,,.;,  Dilu In,lhe vast .number of objections,  conipiuod to just one jn favor, Chairman  '.Iiiu Tyner iiiado clear Hie fuel that Ihe  Hoard liml no .iiltoninlivn bill to reject,  the'gravel propowilii by"Conn'1 ruction A|4-  I'rcgnlfm Md. The' Hourd moved accord-���>  Ingly 'anil iii-apiinrH-iHly t'noved rujuclloii.  Kiillirwiiii' Is Iinr.copy of n 'leflpr noiit  to llic coinpmiy by I'h'u Honri.l followinjt ha"  ilci'i-ijnn:  Your Icilliir of April Uli, 11171 ululinit  Hint you have now copiplilloil yoip' iioi'o-'  lliiliopti wllh'tlin |)ii|iurliiu!iil ul'- I (ii I a In  fill' a innjiii' gravid opunillon'iiunr Heehelf  mul requesting final approval,nf the riuu-  hIiIdu-'CouhI lUiglonnl Dliilvl'.'l In llnple-  inrnil the plinm, bun bi'im copnidoii'd by  Iho Jlegioiuil Hoiod al their special nii-el-  hil* hold nn Juno 111,'l��7l. Your Idler of  .Iiiiui II, 1071 wim also roiiMdcrcd nl Ihal  Dici'llng.  '   Yoiirj-equesl hn.s licnn piiblli'l/cd, Uio  exhibils you made available displayed in  your offices and Hie laxpayor-oloetnrs invited lo advise the Board of their views.  In Hie short lime given, for slating  IIiosl; views 7(i." laxpayer-eleclnrs und as-  hocinlions hiade submissions lo lire Hoard  wilh 7li2 staling objections and one tax- .  pay.or-oloclnr expressind approval of your  plans as follows;  Individual  lelfers .   "Ml.T  Briefs from associations       <��� Htl  Circular letters ...,    301  C'iiiin|iir lellcr willi added  comments I'll  Signed newtipapur iirlverliseinnnlii 21)11  HOWE Sound Pulp Division of Canadian  Forest Products, Port Mellon, conthr*  pes to mark-up safety records and members of i the Accident Prevention .Committee were honored again last week with  a dinner and award presentation at the  Seaside Hotel.  W. C. (Scotty) Allison, manager Accident Control, Council of Forest industries of B.C? and member of the Executive Committee National Safety Council,  was on hand lo piesent a plaque commemorating 100 accident fiee work dayt.  up to thp end of May Mi Allison in  presenting tbe Award of Merit to Jim  jyiynrp, apd Jack Moms,  co-chaumen of  i|jq ^lapt Accident Picven'iqrj  CnmrniV-  ;";>(!r. cpiriplimcnlod .ill conV'cinrii fpr then-  HCliipypp-plHs: Ul tiic jfipjp pi <.ai��^y ptp=  ypptjpn.'  lylapagei ol the Saifely Deparfniepl of  Oii'paq'iap ForpSj. Producf*,, C. ft. Kpste-  ipeypr also cpiuplipiepted Dip S'-ifpty  Cpmrniltce for its fine record. He said he  would like to make a small presentation  himself "when I was oyer here previously  I made uncomplimentary remarks' about  the coffee cups used by the Accident Prevention Committee, in turn Ihey suggested I nijgh! like lo bring iny pwn next  lime, therefore I take this opportunity  to present ihe Committee with a set pf  Pulp and. Sulphite and Paper Mill Workr  ers. He thanked the Committee for its  ���efforts on behalf of the workers and expressed the view that withrfut such efforts there would be many more accidents at the mill "let us hope it stays  'this  way," be added.  Athleti4J^ssoGiatiiBn���  stem,  and a  saiTr-sTalibn" This   last TiepT"  the Department "assumes to be thc "hold-,  ing   tan!*" "referred' to  in  your  inquiry.  Final designs for water supply and sewerage will be completed during the first-  stage development.    :        -.  Currently, the Parks Branch |s engaged In. manufacturing the park furniture and assembling materials essential  to. an efficient field program.'  Swim Classes to start |  SUNSHINE Coast swim classes, sponsoi- !  ed  by  tbe Gibsons  Athletic  Assoeia- L  tion, aie scheduled to,con-menu- July 5th. [  Lejasoni? W>U be held". Mo^ayi,, -vye^ne-": \  'infcf '%ri>f-uyh lit ttopjtjps Lupd.ipg Ppfi /  ���*.. ���>  ' ���*  Tnliil laubmissioii  VtKi-  v*ll 'Xt* \>  V& j:  ,11 is ol inleri.'sf thnl roprcsi.-nlnlioiui  were ��� ii.'colveil pot only liom ,ir.ix|iii.yer-  clecloi[ii in Hie iminuiliiilo vlclnily of lln:  landii un wliiuli your iipuriiriniii, mn in  Unidiiil lo InKo pkii'i.', bul fropi nil pni'lii  nl" Ipe Siliiiillinn Coniil Hegioniil Diiilrlcl.  'i'li*t iiiiblillsii|ont> inn available Im iJudy at  'llli-i ol'fici),     ���    ,   .  Olijiiclloim wi'.'in rio'iii.'il 'in I'oiiiiifcliiiu  with wiiior-, air-, inid.iinii.i! polluliuii,  ili.'plnllop of wnUir rcMi'iurccn ..iillinrwimi  iivniliiblu I'or louni ilonioslin i|so, iliipn-'iiiii-"  lion of proporlluH, doHlriiellon of Trull  Buy'by lorc.'ilinni iniiiiillaliouii and' gi.'iinrai  iippriiliniisltiii of n serlnuM iliilnrllii'iilliiu of  bo lolnl niivli'iiiiniiiiil of Iho men by your  iipcriilionii willunil pi'iiMpnH of any ���<nin-  |ieiiHiiiln/t beiiclliM nlilier' for lliu Indlvl-  liinl liiaspuyui ���iiloi.'lqi'n iliii.'i'lly ' itll.i.'i.'lcil  or Hm 'Dli.lilct in, a wliolo.  Illidnr lip) i;|iririii)il|-'iii!.-i', Ibn'l' e)sinl  -wilb^llni-proiHiiiil-riviii'wIielinipg-vvrfinbl"!'  piiliiii: ii|ilninpnpiiimiiil In Hm prnjinl lhn  Boiiril bus. no iilUirn<ill''<i bul lo dony your  liiqiiiiiil lor approval. However, iJiuiild  limn! bn mi iiiii.Tiiiion in t ii��iuii..ijun,r-.-i or  conilHIonH nnd an iinimliif('<'bmi|(i; in Hm  |ml,i||c nllltudii, limn lliu Mould would uf  I'oiiritn rci'oiinldnr lit** iiiih|I|iiii.  coffee mu'gs," he uxiilaincd!  Iiuring u short speech, Mr. Allison emphasized thu, continuing peepl.il'pr safety  preciiutioiis, "sid'eiy records are nol made  jiy llio average man but by above average.people,",.he conunenled.    '",  Another award was. presented by way  of a cheque! lo the sum of $200. Thisf was  presented by mill niniinger Eci Sluif'ipan,  on behalf of inanagcinept, In; lhe Accident  'Prcyonlio'ii CoiPinitlee bi be used'for any  ''worthy cause seen fit.  Mr. Shuripan. uxpressod -sallsfatiiini)  with the'(.'h-fipenilion between (ho Com-  inillei!,, slnlf mul iDiuiiigomopl. wliich has  ntNiilloil In a miccokhI'uI safely progrmu,  IIP ;,nld sight,'! have now beep tail on July,  nl whinli llpio, with good limit, four ucci-  di;iil I'rcc m'oiilhs will have |n;ep {itlaiped.  Fred Cui'ley convoyed greelipg from  l/iii.'iil  21*7,  liiU.'iiiiillonul   Brotlier|)on|l  of  Experimental programme  Hobeits Cicck.  FcpS will .he "fci" per strident or $fi for  a family membership of 3 pr more, payable on .enrollment day. "llegi^trajipn  forms wjll. be distribiiled lo the olcmch-  tary schools apd.'will also- be left in the  Ppst, Offices ill Gibsons, Roberts Creek  and, Hopkins laanding. Please fill ip ..and-  return tp the schools, or the box "from  which they wci-e obtained by June 23rd.  This helps in organization oi the program.  Instructor this year will be Put Barter,  a Biology strident al SFU and long timo  summer residenl of Reals Island. She js  a qualified Heel Cross apd Hoyal Life-  Saving Society instructor, Last siuhm'oi"  she conducted the VWCA camp program,  Pal's assistant will be*Linda Jackson of  ���Gibsons.  The (-wim program will .offer all Hod  Cross levels,. Hoyal Life levels up lo and  including li-tHiwurd ol Merit.' Alsni iul'ii'1  elasKUK. II) and! over, synchronized bwiiii-  piing, mill nioflieii. and lots 3 ynnrs and  under  Eiirollmonl limes are:' Oil-son.-, in Hie  AihluTIr: Assnciiilloii Hall, Jupo 2ll|h,l-  '*IMI p.m. July '*\nd 10:30 mu lo :i;:i() pm,  IloplHns ;Ci,iniipiiully Hull, Jiini! ''illli  2;30 pm  to 3:30 pm. July 3id   11  am  |o  �� I"' .'      ;,    '   . '    '  Hoherla,   'Creelt- Lnglou  3011)  II a.ni, lu 1:30 pin.  .���"��  I V  l.|��c  Sudden Passing  'Cu-.it. iSum Dawe passed away  dunly last aSalurday eveninfj al  aye of llll iit-his home in ���Sechelt. After a fascinating life at sea from Ihu  age of 14, Capt, Dawe retired lo fte-  che|t in']''!*���;".���,A tribute to a��� g'reul.  seaman is "to be fminil elsewhere in  this week's Times ,l>y i his long time  friend and neighbor, Alderman lieu  i:iang.   ' '.:.���..,���-  *, .  .** *i  * *t  * ?  u  Hiill,   June  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  fo action!  pi...  . ,H Mi  r fa ..aajawlntofttfWi  A 'V ih   ~~* Jt ?���'/ * '  lAJ \       JL 4 f  Itfointit "��� ���*>    ** * l*40 m.ji*&Him*��t0*0> ���*��� WlMa��� *fctia whu *�����*���� ���        A    a  W��||- llli'��!c yours'*\*p.\X\*\w*, beliln-l  lum Hud l^iunley known how'U. pfe-  iinru (Uillcious /"olden.brown. Imibi!-  Lued isaiiMOM. IWiiiglnti in fwh W  Cliof  illcs imi K^'iiuli. Hod & (Jim i����in-  ���ers Kuiiin��� Bpenocr nnd \ApiU\G Tlio)  mns, In rehulness for the .Sulurduy  evening fieufood (Supper,  I'lMlll     III  Willi the  CollhHlli:'  by nviiyn-  n ^lili'b ii  iliui' ul llm  il, Tlilu l*M-  il:< wmili'n  XIHION HUliTU -  i'Mr, .OuiMbiiu |i)|i|u;(i 1'leiir 11 n* lin'j  Ihii, dni;, uol"iirn-,'��Miii|y ipt-ip) tin- niiiHei"  i.'iiili.'rl, II nuw reiJii will) Vii'liirln "lul  Hm 1'imipiuiy, Apy ileulnlon by llm Jiuiirrl  ������nn very well |iif'i|Vii|friiK;(l by Vil'lorlii,  ���/���'firtbrr1~t?ii-''riiwTi'rfiii!r mm y��T mm   *i>,|>vd by Mm Pi<��vb)npil IPtpiiitni'inl �������  .iniilui apy romiimnt hy tli.TJuInn, II wn��  idinply iiiloiiued by lhn mpipmiy llinl",  ils ni'KoUul'juim wllb llm Hepl, ol', Luinhi  'Weri! I'opiploli.-il mill llinl fhiirl npproviil  wini now, roipilreil fr<mr tho, Hniiiopiil  JinmiJ, '    ' !  ���"���POVyRnrrillyliF mul Re.'heir Hi'lioul  j'rJl.'lM     IlilVli    ll|p'l!l!ll     to     I'llll I'll     III  cu,1.! nf mi iixpi!|'|ipei)|ii| ilenliil hyiiliiiin  prnpriiiupiii in Um Iwo Huhuol dliilrliMn  i:uiiiiimiii!lii|t    in  alapumy ,ol' . lll'l'i., The  I'lDVIIieliil     liullllll        J)0plllllllV'l)l     il,     llllaO  ipnlcliiH  (i  I'oiniiiiriillvnly  miiuiII  i.'uiiIi IIhi-  llon lownldii III'! i'lml of llm prbKiniillim,  I'oiiiiimiiiinii; on the nipeiipmni ut IiihI  - woirk'n  ilnlpu  Honnl oi  Hr-allh  mwihi/,*"-  ut ll|bmiln>, Hei'lmlt Hnhuol TrunU'e Aanen  1 l<-ibopli! ii!i:iipii|miiili!ii Hint  a roMiliiDuii  pioi.iiiili.'d   to   llm   Aiisiii.'ialeil   lliiiniln  of  lba'iilth  hIiomIiI   !'i:i|iu.'iil   llinl   III   lljdll   "f  nuinll iil:||iio|   hmiimlii  Hm nnliuy   of  llm.  ilnpliil  hyi'iuiiltil  should   bo paid  by  Iho  Provliuiii)   (hiverpipeiit,  Only m;iii(n 0 Mind-!i|in ^,111 piirHi'lpnte  Ip Iho proj<|iiipnm fi'ir' Dpi llini year, H'e-   ^l.talihiii^iuluiJiii^on. Iii..iliiutiil-b,vpiiiiiii, llio  y ..iiliafl.WiV'wliu i'i!i;r.'|vo piinmliii t:pui>i!pl  will., h.ivo weekly oral rUt^lnfiitt' with  fluoride iinluljoii,  Mr. KindreD 'y,iVi repi��!tiwnln dpi -Vll-  lipm of I'lpiiiiultJi on.lln- Hoiiril, i��rid Ihul  ippprnKnimpT's"isrifflf-tit forprm$ whUdt  hiivu mlmpiiiltt dtiniul itui*> hut. lit ut&m  where  tl)i!in' h"'1 boon  (p'onh  neoleel   of  I'lilldren'ii |i)i;)h "Imw ipueli me wo mi*'  iMylbll llni peed by -mpplyhiM a dunliil  liy/jlonlslV" -*��� ,   .   .  Dr, (ii'U)in|l| fiiPil ono of Hm n.'iinonn  why   euvjljuri   ipn   no  pieviilenl Ap   t|>e  heaitll   ilihliii'l  flliol'idi!  I'oiilenl  H  huriui'ii!   Hii'l'n  lis  zero  Ip   HlO  ililnlvliiH   Wiil<!r.  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Page A--2      Peninsula Times, Wednesday,, June 23, 1971    dbx'-T ESTATE
ThbP-SNINSUL^T*"^ Sechell -' Phuto 885-96S4
ELEVATEP^. undeveloped \Q*
acres within Village-of Sechelt, residential ' location.
$16,000 cash.' $ox- 6409^ c/o
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Meefings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek .Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-
2343. 4979-tfn
WISH  to contact Latter Day
Saints   members.   Ph.   885-
0547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn
—T-— -■'    -    ■   a—   -,,«.,-—,— , i   ii.   ■   lmm     ■—    _..
^binscln'..— Jtmrr 8, 'im,
Charles Robinson in his 78th
year,   of   Gibsons,   B.C.   Survived by 5 sons, Charles, Winston    and.   Godfrey,    Gibsons;
Carmeen,     Vancouver;     John
Sciuamish;   ,1   brothei-,    .John,,
Vietoriap> B.C.;   1   sister,   Mrs.
Elizabeth  Lane,  Edmonfop;   2
grandchildren,    Debbie     May
and John Chaples. Mr1. Jlobin*
son was a member of Mount
Elpliinstone Lodge,, 130, AP &
AM;'..Georgian Chapter, ftoyal
Arch  Masons, O.E.S.,   No.' 65,
DeMol'ay  Advisor-and  also  a
iptimber of the Orange Lodge
apd     the,    Iloya I     Gnnndian
'"^egron.   funeral   service ' was'
held Thursday, JuiiQ  10, at  2
p.rti," frpm   St.   Burtholnmew\s
Anglican     Cluin.ii,     Gibson."-,,
R.Ci  Hev. I). 'RroWii  and Ihe
Ihtv    I),    Moi'ipiu    officialiMg.'
Interment  Seavicw Cemetery"
Tp lieu of-flowers diiiiiilion.H lo
the  O.E.S,   ('nnci'i'   l''iiud,  co
' Mi'n.   Doris   Dniiiiiiioiid,   '(. lilw
sous,    n,C, ' Ilurvey   Tunei-ai
Horpo directors., IKIOfi-liir
_a—.—.—— _..- ■-— ——. ■ —-■ -    —■ ■ ■
"I'WTSH to-express my appreciation 'apd gratitucle to
Doctors Gerring, Rurtnick and
Swan and all the nursing staff
of St. Mary's Hospital for their
wonderful* care and aftentipn
to ine while I was a patient in
the hospital" foi- three \yeeUs,
■- aiso many thanks to all Ply
friends for their visits^ cards, •
good wishes, flowers, fruit and
gifts while ip the hospital and
since I have come horhe. All
. I. can any is "THXNK YOU" .
"T\-ery«ne.   r~   Sincerely,0, Lola
Turner.-     "   ■ ' - 6654-3(1
MRS. Marion Hopkins of Hopkins Landing, B.C. announces" the engagement of. her
■ youngest daughter Marilyn
Margaret to Mi'. James Perry
Hedman, eldest' son pf Mr. Und
Mrs. -Perry Hedman of West"
Vancouver, B.C.- The 'wedding
to take placee at 2 p?m.; Saturday August 7th, 1971 in Gibsons United Church. Rev. Jim
Williamson officiating. fi650-,S0
BIRTHS        ,
.  .   .  rs  pleased to  sponsor this
Birth   Announcement  space,   and
extends Best Wishes to the happy
parents.   „
nURTNICK —'Walter & Irene
Bur-thick ar.e" delighted lo
announce the arrival of a son,
Juliap Thomas, at Lions Gate
Hospital, June 14, 1971. 8 lbs
8'/a   oz. 6652-30
COOPER 7-  Doug and, Celia..
are happy  to  announce  tbe
tie Lee at St. Mary's Hospital
Sechelt   on    May   30th,    1971.
Christie weighed 6 lbs 4Vz ozs.
FOH SALE by owner, pleayej-f
view jot V>t\\\i Bay Ta^feifid1'
$5,ooo. .yh,; aijs-a-ioa.    ^O^a
REALTY LTfi;      .*■ "
Box *lWi Gibsons, B.C.
Van Bii-ect: .685-313'".
HOLIDAY HOME. — 3 'bfeifc
'}-pbin°pst ^ beam on apprpx.
1- aci-e -treecl property; E"ed-^-
root's iRoa^el, Some view; icf-kiT
retirement location — (|""-'!den
Soil; only $14,900. FP.    ,
SELMA PARK. — Older Opt-"
." tage in handy area; hapcly-
l-nan special — 1 blk to stove,
beach. & boot harbour. Pern-"
hrooke bath electric stove &
fridge included, r $ft,750. Ei%
terms. -
SEAVIEW LOT~ — 100 x 2ft0
—  $4'450.  Real Inves;tp\ent.
7 VIEW ACRES. — Road in,
' ready for subdivision^ elpse'
to' beach, good invesfnient
priced for quick sale. Call:
Jack Ander'sonr' 885-2323 or
885-2053 or StaP Anderson:
885-2323   885-2385.    ,
GOWER POINT. — 200 x 200
view profperty,-semi waterfront, beautifully freed, a+l
services, -faces southwest; sec-
"cluded & private^jbeautiful
beach: .FP $6,800,,
SEAVIEW .ESTAfjpp? View!
! View! View"! Mtniern subdivision, with'all underground
services. Beautiful view of
Keats Island & Gulf of Georgia. Investment or ? todays
380' Waterfront — Level
2  bd  o/t-
UNDERHILL. — OrviHe and
•Ingrjd Underhill of Sechelt
are very happy to announce
the birth of a son, Darin Or-
ville, G lbs Vi oz.fc on June 8th
at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt,
B.C. A brother fop Christina;
Brian and Eric.   . G649-30
CHUCKS painting & decorating.  Guaranteed  work,  reasonable rates. 88572375,'      '
•     6492-tfn
—-—:—. : , — J
A/P-A/C.  Payroll, bank rec,
receptionist, typing, gen. office duties. Full or- part time
employment   required.   Phone*
88f)-i}875. . '■' 8558-30
EXPERIENCED drywall acpu-
slic & textured ceilings, noy/
in 'Gibs-nils' area und serving
the Peninsula, Van* Estimates.
Fast 'servicp, Phono G & W
Drywall, 88-1-5:115.       4200-ffn
WR OFFER n complete lroo
Horvico lo Iho unliro aSun-
Khino ,Cfi(isl, lOur work i.H hl-
Niuttil and nXpu'iily porfprin-
lid. I'lioiiu' I'm' I'i'itn I'stlinirtoH.
PeoiiortH Tnu'wSiii'yic<;.i: I'hpne
(1115-2101), (1258-111)
callage""    quife    TTvaTiTe    for
summer, oyster & clam beach;
good   boat   morage;   wonderful
swimming,   fantastic   view:
-      CALL:  JOHN  BLACK:
■■886-7244-or 886-731.6 ■'-
'GIBSONS.  — Level building
lot;  priced  to sell center of
Gibsons, close io beach, shops
etc.   F.P.   $2,8,50.
SECRET COVE. — Imagine
9.3 acres wa'terfrontage' in
.beautiful Secret Cove on the
Sunshine Coast. Approx. 250''
W/F. protected cove, boat-
moorage, fantastic view. Lovely, new horn*", —? 3 bdrms, built"
in seating, bunk beds, fire-
seen to appreciate. One of the
last large private holdings
available in exclusive area.
Don't miss out now and settle
for less .later. This entire property at only $39,250.1)0. Try
your offers and terms. MUST
l)F  .SOLD!
■BHB-72-H   or  880-7760
SEMI   waterfront   landscaped
lot   in   West   Sechelt   Ph-
885-2Q87. „   >r     6642:32
l.lSOQ SQ, FT. beautiful ocean-
Vie\y, big Ipl, 3 bedroom split
feyel hame.. Fully eitjotriq, ,i,V-,
to .; \v,     pat-pet  " thVpiTghPUt'
ymiity    bptlirponi,    Franl>i-;<h
: lirejilapB, 25! j-j-aS' fainily vec--
vff^l,^ ., ' f'ahl^yisiiph, J   large •
cios^i.'   lots   di   tprage   ''ppiti,
Mmk ' price   $38,500; , Apply '
©as* '472,   ISfartli   'Vapcppver,
pleiise give phone nvimheryall
"--ppiies  answered.    '    (i627-tfn •■
,,' . * ..:--L.- ii :          "■  —■ — ■ —^'^:'— —.": :..**.""'.'I,    ..',"" '.'
5 BEPEOOM houie \vith self-
i cpiit'ained suite ip basement.
% acre and fruit trees on Go\y-
er T^ptnt Road. Full pvice
.fta.QQQr Phone 886-2479/ After,
A\\m 24th phone • 886-9381.
.,.   " . 656.4-tfn
" ;   LTD.     „
Gibsons, B.C.
,'  Phone 88672000
the time to buy that summer retreat. Beautiful level,
wooded 125 x 250 It. Terms on
$1,800, full price.
BETTER than 9 secluded acres
with Hwy. front, plus road,
allowance each side, Zone Rll,
easy terms on $14,000.
"GIBSONS: Immaculate 3 brm.
home on view lot, centrally
located. Large modern kitchen
with adjoining din. area. '•»
bsm-f. "A/oil furnace. Only
$18,500 on. terms.
ONE, ac! mostly clear.  Attractive   Post   &   Beam   3   bdrm
cottage.   aSpacious   liv'ng   room
open   lo concrete  patio. Minor
--finishing required, garage arid"
^askitaktm- ..-house.-—-Prietrr^—hrr-
CORNER lot for*" sale af Selma   Park.   100x120.   Phpne
885-9395. 6096-tfn
16Q AC1"{ES, some occati view,
secluded,   p.11   year   creek,
best   buy   are"-).   Near   Secret
■-Cove, cnisii $aipoo, will -iccept;
thh'd  down.  Write .Box   6676
c/e Pepipsulp Times Box BIO,
rSeehfJi. 6676-tfn
*WQ\A SALE by ownev, house
pp  view  lot,  pijvis Bay.  2
yexp's old 800 sqf ft, 2 bedroom,
all electric. Ph. 8».*i-f)46;i.
_,.  . m 6662-32
• y. u '..\ -...—...... v.- u..."".—' ■ ..- ™7^—-
VIEW' property — IVIost
attractive 2 bedroom home,
with gara,ge and subsUuitially
completed Guest cottage^ on
3.06 senii-waterfi'opt ac,(-osv,
overlooking beautiful Hitlf?
moon Bay. Property subdivided, into 3 lots, fronting on
Redrooffs Rpad. Entire prop- .
erty priced at $23,000, though
may be sold -separately. More
details 'and inspection, call
Jock or Evans Hermon at
U2-883-2745. — Chas. .English
Ltd. 6641-33
ROBERTS    CREEK,    approx.
5 acres, view, old type house
700 sq.  ft,, fruit trees, berries,
spring,  $10,500 -or  cash  offer. .
886-9559. 6646-30
EXCELLENT commercial lot
— centre Sechelt—highway
Ideation, level and cleared. All
services available. Box 1104
Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn
. a._« 1 , ,	
Multiple JJsting Service
ftpx^238, Gihsons, B.C,"
Well constructed and. caro7
fplly maiutaiiied, 2 B.R. house,-
W'-it.fr*^1 BJ1. self-conta)ned re-,
venuei suite renting for $05.
riith, Carport-, driveway, large
cement patio. Splendid unobstructed view. Convenient to
lius stop, store, and P.O. Ideal
itHiremenl borne with revenue
if .desired. F.P. $18,900 with
$7,000 down. Bal. If'".'Owner
wishes imnu'diule sale.
sale a I
of Si rail   and  Islands.
slope   lo   west.   Road   2
. Excellent        local ion.
Slight   ;
VIEW!   VIEW!   VIEW!   Nicely
. wood-ed at ac  facing 2 roads.
Community    water-   available.
A  real  bargain  at   $8,950.
IN PePUfcJAR a«Hi. Very desirable waterfront. home.
100* front on fine pebble beach.
Spacious Iiv. rm. features lge.
picture windows, fireplace and
ppens to din. rm. Blight kitchen has many unusual fea-
■'■ 'pi-jBsijT-'a-ipy^i^^|3drm*-r mod.
vanity bath, 7 x 9 laundry rm.
Lge, Storage rooni could he
3rd. betlrm. Attached, garage.
The low price for- this most
attractive home will surprise'
you Let usv show it 'lo you
HOPKINS:-Two fine view lots
facing on- blk. top. Only ^5,000
for Ihe two.
nil lii cur
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hiiirrll qii»M hoiimi   wnlur ond 'hydio linn) mnlrikirid,  Hool, Pili'ii
' 'vvui."|. I "-S^lllO, now i»«|uciir| in 1.97,800 with Uirnrs,
'    ' •■• MADEIRA- PARK, .    ' .
* Clvilni vlow loPi ^in n<1 lol i.iilii)lvii.|nn. Prlrnr, fioin  1-3,'i00 in
'1.6,000, 'niiini cl'-wii'l luody loi Imlldliiu,
lot J—oviii'  1 VU nf,ruii lii iinu ,l.-|ock or, coil lio |iiinliii'.i"il
Iriillyiiliidl loin, i ,
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khphicMii mul 1'ih'ti nf my mini,
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tii-il" nw/ry J.iniu 11 Hi,, Thiiiilui '
lo Ibiv,,J). Poppln for |il« loni-
f'U'iliiK word-r,' i- ,l'i^i,| oik!
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ppuiy frji'iKiu our iipiirciiuiioii
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ivilt't'in In lb" wouIh HI -riym-
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'llj/jiii'ir our burden nt mrrnvi,
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r»AL-AL '/i?c undoiio
DUCK A?c un.lofifl.
Pono ij|) 9c OjHlrci
Fit'i, pickup  for ipftnni  nny*
wlini'ii on Hiin-iilmi (V^ini,
llofont ph'Khiiif, ciiiitiP-t,. plnni,
--^•it-plHro Noillrof t'PDclor •
Jhiiiioiir Hotel
Pimm MiM?M (^r fim-mi;
' f»6H6llii.
IIOHKIITB f-n:U, Fin; Dopiui-
nu'iil would wnii'innh nny
mmd InrnlUirn Im llu-lr /i«'W
flrcliiill iiKMiiiiM lytnp. Ci'tW
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up,  ;,, ,w.i'i'',m\
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ino ii, - Mi-.oorf ii:i ii,   - -iii.ooo
IS'/ ft,        '.15,000'   . 1»P» II.     • 11.1,500
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riifiihihml  9  imrlioom  wnlmironl   horn"  "D   InlinMniio  f'orirl  nl
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iniii|iiili'iii|i Yi'nv,
vmhiiliuni  unil i,i|iiiiioil nlKivn
(iovl, lliifllh, I'l^tihlo biibillvliilon
down |o hnni'llp
, i.iin(,|ou>t hdiii'i Oil '/ poili  llhn onri'l wllli fl
'ninliir ||ri)hour,  Only  V'-O   ll,   Iioiii ' lliu
Mill   iiMiouKiu  ol   Miiduiiii   Puik
iill (iili.o *|.4f>,00<> wild V/i'MlOU
IliO ll, wuliiihont wilh A bndii/iirn lonjor olilur homo ol'o vnry
IiiW pilf'ii n(   1.10,000 '(pnliirfiil  lfi;i|)   ii'),000),   Approx.   V',000
,     ' , « <luwo lo honiilu, ',
f/0,7f)0 full prim
'/ bnilp'iom rollntiu wllh'9*1 ||, witmli'irll
with 1H//00 down.
rYnny pi|')i(r yjuw rind Wol*rlf<i)l loin In |b<i'vlV'n«l"r
ndKiiir mnn,
"f«f '
Mo'loira PorK/ HC.   ,
JVmrlor hoihour flfl3-&.233
3oo"ft. Deep  protected  moor-
Eyje  on   approx.   3   acres,   In-j,
eludes   2   bdrm.   older,  home.
Jack Noble. Phone 8.63-2701
Rochester Realty Ltd..
'    ' 6484-tfri
Real Estate & Insurance
^ Jciau—tsa+i—move—i4#M—mtrt-
1 his neat stucco bouse' foi- only-
$3,700 down on $10,900 F.P
with balance paid off at $100
per month at 81-2"'• interest.
Why pay rent? Nice LR with
FP, two good sized B.R's,
kitchen and bathroom. 220
wiring. Lot cleared, wonderful
view 'area. See this now.
886-2481    ' '
. 3 bedroom house with full
basement, carport, __ double
plumbing, fireplace. Six sloping acres or view properly.
$29,900, J,erms available.
WATER.FRQNT kQT In.... Qibsons viiila'ge, near- Gospel
Hook.- Size about 85 x 100.
Terrific viow over Shoal Channel. $7,700 F.P.
(Gibsons). Beautiful view
from this 2 bedroom hon'ie
overlooking Howe aSotmrl.
I.aAi'1,'0- LII. with dining aiea,
W.W. ciirpetling, ulilily room,
purl bosi'ipi'iit, sundeck, cur
port ui)il un pxlni luidi-ooin I'or
t|.ie fheipigoi' .or gliosis ul lhe
roar. AO birnl. $IO,f)()0 F.)'.
1)110- *MHI
STILL ii low lolHloi'i In'flih-'
hoii Ihti/dils where hupl'.
nnH'l|-iigi.'H lire oluiyiiil, I'or
building. Drop in nnd sec wluil
you ciui build for $17,000: Lul
si/((>M 72 x 130 at $:(,()()() eiicli-
Illltl-IMIM      '
OilASTKII   HOAI).   a'-li -'nrrOH
purl  eli-iiri'd, vlewi $7,000. li'
acres ('■•ir-iTa'S imr\:), $n,ri00,
' 8l|fi-248i     "
CIlAHiTlit    HOAI),    •-
he!Iri)(Ul)  hIiii'co  hoiimr
vlnw   iif   (icorghi    Hlnil
double lot, 1)1/0 ,100 x I (HI
,biiH(.'ii)(,'i)l',   A   vt'ly   ol I nn
modoi'ii   honio,   mid   nub:
SELMA PARK. -- Tluee R:R.
htnise dii' Highway .101.
, Level lot, good view, large
living room, good kitchei' and
dining' room area. Oil heat. A
good bay at $10,0110, .with
$4,000 down. Bal 11%. Foi- im? '
inediate'siiile as owner has left
LOTS. -Before you buy that
lot for thnl" new home ask
us to show you the Shryl Ann
Development at Hnberl's
'.Creek/This emild'be just the,'
spot ypu are looking for. Lots
reasonably priced at  $4,000.00.
Sargen'rBay -- Three bedim'
- summer camp on a large lot
with a tremendous, view,
reasonably ..priced at $15,000.
Gower Point. -, Three bedim,
home on a lovely large view
lot.  Asking  price jusl  $22,000.
GIBSON'S. -- We have a "nice
new   house  in   the  Gibson's
Bay   area   for   $25,000.   Don't
miss  this  one.
„_ _j*yl ember
PHONE  8815-2248.
Notary Public
Vince Prewer 886-9359
Wally Peterson     886-2877
Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.
MOBILE home, almost    new,,
double    wide,- 2  bedrooms,
reduced far quitiy sale,  00 ft
"x 24 ft. Ph. 885-2307. (55(52-tfu
24 x 48ft threojiedrpom double
wide Squire mpbile home.:
Requires small down payment,
and hike over payments or
wjll take propiu'fy or car-in
trtldo. Plume ' "JO 1-1)11711 Vancouver.     .      . ■" '    „    filHift-30
"Sl^ARE TlMEJnco,.me. —  He-
filling ipid collecting iturney-
from   new   type,   high  quality
*'oin-ppt"nilod     dispensers     in
your    area.    No    selling.    To
'Cjiialil^   you   ryiust   have   car,
;i"efe're.uces; $000 to $2,900 cash.
Seven tn twelve hours weekly
can .net'   excellent     monlffly
income.   More   full • time.    For
personal       interview        write
Cairapenn    Distributing     Ltd.,-
Dept.   A.   Kit)   Bay   S^'.   Suite
21)0,   Tui'onto   1.   Ontario.   In-,
elude   phone   number.   0(532-30
FOR RENT (Continued)
CENTRALLY iocated furnished suite in Gibsons. Light
and heat included. Suitable
for quiet working geiitlenupi.'
Phone 880-7207. fifi48-30
TEACHEl'S require large fpr- -
nished hpitie between
Roberts Creek apd '• West
'SWhell, frciin aSepteinber isl.
Phone  80-2489  after  S  p.m,
2 - 3 BEDROOM house wan-
-* led to rent as soon as possible, Gibsons area. Excellent
rets. Write G. Proctor,' 747
Bute St;, Vancouver, B.C.
STORE or office • space for
rent. Approximate "000 sq.
ft. storage space in basement
for rentor. Phone, days, 885-
9817 or eves, 880-23(58.
(5294-1 fn
HALL for renl. Wilsorr Creek
._ Cbmmunity Hall.' Contact,
Mrs. Diane Anderson, 885-
2385. • 5455-tfn
2   BEDHOC1M   Duplex,   adults
ouly-i'iio pets/ all electric. In
Gibsons area.  Ph.   112-738-8042
from 0 - II p.m: 0020-30
3-BEDROOM House for renl.
Davis Bay, split level, view,
w. to w. carpet throughout.
Write Box 472, North Vancouver. Plea.se give plume
number All replies aoswerorl.
•   liti'Jii-tfn
880 ■ 9740.
Member of the Multiple Listing  Service
f yM0ffiPti^$A
price Includes ilj.-iliwa.slii'i',
rnnge, liidun, wnnlli'l', dryer,
diiiip li'ii'iizn, rot nihil' TV mi-
biniiii, $'.',(1,1^11 KJ». will) $11,1)01)
*   l|ll(l'2'llll
IIOBEIITH CHKKK, • 'ti'iicid
Willi revenue home, Muln
hoiimi bun 'J, btii|ioiiinn, li'iK<>
LH. wilh I'M'., iiiuidcek, AO
iienl, Lower nolle Iiiiii 'A Mil's,
jV|f'i'iinlnliii'il> und rmili' loi'
$l|f) pur liiiiiilli Ciinlil Im VTaA,
$'.U,li(lii liM".
AVENUK,     Hi-Iio-Th
'(Mrfp-ml  vlevy  lot,' 00
I'einly   In   build   upon
MT uppniviil  uliliilni-d,   pnwi'i'
un.'iilln, Onl.v i000  wllli  cniiy
JeniiH. ,. ,     . -.-' "...
llllll i'.MII I
DAVIS  HAY   -No.   16 1993
'Mor|«in  3  bedroom home r»n 2  ocrps.  I7.incsl  bonch nrwi nn  Iho
unliro f-|.'innsi.|l(i.  Uvol woli.'rlronlofie,  050  hit-il.  Includmn  rivar
bonlorjc. Coll'Hob' Konl 885-94o.|  or olliro H'fl&-''?35:'| Umiuii'O
$:*0,0b()-'dowa ■■-''■' -   _,
DAVIV HAY No.   lo 2124
■(..nrno modern 3 bcilronm".horr-'' situplf-d on Ibo hcrirb qioo  In
Cliivfi Hoy.  l-'xirolliiiil vlow   Low pnl'i'-'end iloubln or/fpr/il"  Llv.'-
Km.  22x16 wilh brif.L   lirnplui.e.  Din   Rm    10*12.  WW cnrpisl-
,'liici  ibrourib'iiil.' iVtosini  binlioom   I fix 13  wllli  ciismiNi  pluiiibiriu."
1808 m| ' (I   on main  Moor''.f oil'cumcnl  briMiiufinl    A'oil  hmil.
Good iriniis on full pi'irn o|  idB.OOO.  l'o view Coll |-H|/uy' Aycr,.
880 23/0.
.-■LLMA l'AKK-.-N'>. '^'l^1    '    '' .'      n        ,      ,   '  .,/,,,-      ,
Di.'Oi'lll'iil  |mii!i|,   vimvv. J*'t,   f'lf-ino  011.2   roi|i|',,   1.1/ri   /CtA,.)n4, riiiif.,
i|i.'li(|lillill   I   Idiilmoin fOllO(|ii, niruly in ilooe,  il   "l(il.ii'. llm i;'yn
Hit  2   lyls
lull  pilr'nfl 3,000    30 doy.po!
Kiji.&H in
Sn.MA I'AKK    No. 2108
2 liinlioiiiii  home,   o||  imw  hli hnn  f,
vl.nw ol  Gull    /V.ih ifiu .."fc.,1 -1,000     lepir.
HIlllMII llll,    ()l Hill    lil/I'll    lul,
I'eli.'i   'imilb,   /IIIO 'hUt'l
2 i.ii|i«i v"ew
204i , ,
honltii'in on 2'
,'ii/i.' cnfli
ol '|,0,OOO rnifii.
illl'n 'Hdl
In view mil Hob Kuril, OHO-'Mftl
III I x(>(i, in Ir «i |
III  I'elii   iinilii,
OARGIANT HAY WAIiKli'ONI"    No, 2114     _   ,
I'flr.iipnoiiol   2 , bniliooiii  iiiliiiiineiil   lioinri. hiiil|/.hy ,'.MIIi»|.[i lull*.-
uiiiii  A'plnoMiiii lo 'ilnw  All wimlow!. ilniil,ilii ulii/nil ond m iijeniid,'
billy lii'iiilnlriil. aVo;|l|o lliriplpdi. Mo .'-.liliih,, t|Oi'ili|ii ulhn liml, trurji*
polio   IuimIm .nprifl i'/ioiiinl\ lowin. in, oiiiib'.luif bid view   loll pi'irn
VIL/OO. Cull, Mon I li'iililiiii,. 81)0 9004,      . ,   . .,.„ „   . ■-,      ',
K   I hi),
I nn liiniin  eAi'iiillvo  li
I |lll,   llllUII. <l<10    wilb
IIIII!    Willi
lll!|(lnr n,
MlK     lli'lllllllill
lll'l'llll,    /(IH'OI/C'IIIH    Vl<!W,    |/,UOd
wnif-r mipply. '(-uuld 11" Miih'
divided,   Ifnru'M   ('mil   pih'iicy
for $10,0110.
. rtlHI-X-JIII ■
  llld'OH of-.wiibu li'Olll  IHM
|-rn"M'-iy.„ Now liill biihi'iuepi
h<»u« with tilpb' plumbing
Full iiiillo Ip biii*eii)'cni, M'-P
IhiiMi t.'uitlpn whl'ir i'f-p|, for ir
loinl of it«l'/0 pur inoiiih in lh"
moorlH--.   «|<i"),000   k\l',,   Hu in*
IliMlhUi, ' ,
,fful< Wlilio
Jteii iiinnhy
,luy Vim"*)'
'ilCllli I     No,  1983
( omlnlly  iiiiiinlniiiiiil  iiKidiiin   2
, 1600, i.i|iiuiii luul  on nun  Mom,
Hinlublii hii pi ivory m piiiainc'v,,.' flbln, nii|i<ii'l. bloriuup on lully
|iiiii|m:ii|iiii| niid Iriiinnil view |o| Cull inlfn t'H.OOO, |iy youi down
j /n^iMOiil,  Vif-'tv ,1 -y o|i|iiiiiiliii<iiii  ouly^^oiv j lgd;.l','i),.,,Jlll0..y''y,'liU
SKllli.l" VII I Alii:    No. 20 2O2(|
2 lieduium liouifa- mi imw ll r*i'|iili»m l|iil''hll)(|, OlHi'ilnd on ptiyinl
niud lo |-pi'po|Mi Mny   Drily oii|or|. or lw6 In wnlm   ('o'.h nllui'i
io full I'llni uf'-I^OOO, Coll Mob Kriiit, «Hfi 9461 nr ND5.V""!*'
.offir.u,....'.., ,      .   . "i ■
MOMIKIS CKl'fK (l/piiiii)    lio,   1809
liiimly 4 (rr-Mi'a on yuui  iniiiid i.ln-niil., ,no tinpbli'i wllli iloinoMln
006 (im.'I o| liuiiliiiiH (in li/ilyui Hood, Ulil'ii'Jyp.) Jl puil.
wui ni,
i/i,in lionm i.i|i/olr.'(| wllliln a ni||n of lhn un
Oiiil, IWiV^ilAtniwy, oi iitlitvMf. 17,\
II  i oiii'm), Coll. Mob
'JQilif    llo, 20 2042
4 limlioOin linuwi hlluiilml on 0i'^|20' |nl fli'i'.n In I'oipnliifi liny,
Wlmil HO |i'Wi'd ii'iml, 2, hinlioomia lonilml jii |n|l biri.ii|i|ii||l,i'Gu'i
Iiiiihimi, nioHnp und hot Wnlm, lull pilm 116,(100 will) 1.10,000
down linrri'sdlnlr- po',i,m-,|bii. Coll Hob Knni, IfH.'> »>/|rt 1 uvciiIiki'.
or oflini 8(10 2230, ,'     ,
I'OHI'OI',1: MAY WAII.HIi'OUT'   lio, 18 2021    , -     -•
f(9 li,nl it! Invnl, 11mid wuli'ihniil piopmly, lumTl on lo.puvnil
|ii'.l1i'ntp''»li.ii Mny (<oud, Abool   I '.
-prira'nl »|7;*)(;Or"5o/iiiT"iorln!ir"CoH"'n.
iiuj'Hii (180 2210 Ollln),
,1, Ki
If yimt  lillil,
0+&m      "ff        '
|}(?x  mt Socholt
■■    Phono tim?.2ir,
-ALL- electric   furnish,   collage
IpM . w"eek,
FOli fpiicU sale, 19' trailer,
propane stove and boat,
wired, ice box, 1 bedroom, no
toilet, excellent shape, $7i"0
cash. 885-DO.*-4. »i'(i75-tfn
Ki' AliTISTOCHAT, Travel
trailer, sleeps six, propane.
stove with thermostatic con-
Irolled ove.n. propane fridge &
furnac'e, fuill cnunpy for one
side. A-l shape, ready to go.
■$2,000 cash. No offers. 886-
9318. -        61178-32,
MPDKI1N waterfront home
available Aug Isl, near Wilson Creek. Funlaslie views; 3
or 4. bedropiu; 2 full baths
(one en suite); 2 patios; includes new .electric stove and
city waTer. $200 per month.
Phone  885-2400. «(i4"i 30
l"t)70 MINI Cooper. Good condition, must sell. 880-9353.
-*^—     .   . (irifi(i-30
1008   D-ATSUN   Deluxe.   15,000
miles.   Excalleiil - condirion.
$1,-I5I).  88tf-742'ralter 5  p.m.
NIC AH     new    8ft
Camper.    What
Over    Cab
offers?    Ph.
G M'.C.   'TrurU   and   Giivemaii'
. Camper, as new. phone 885-
2325 '  - 8070-30
"TTiOiTTlTTMPII Spit (iii?, pnrjuie
recently    overhauled,;   sacrifice al $800 cash   Apply Norses
Residence.    Sechell.    Ph.    885-
9934 0058-32
'-59     JEEP - Mountain     Goat
model,   reconditioned   rnoto.r,
500 wl. $500. '04 Mercury  Half
Ton.     reconditioned     motor,
$350 Brummels.        Roberts
Creek. 0008 -:'M
1988    VOLKSWAGEN.. Good
rtiiuring    condition.    Owner.
Ph.  888-7103. (IGfiO-SO
1905  DODGE  van, auto.  Must
sell   $900 cash or best  offer.
888-7389. (i'(.77-3Q
19  FT.   CAlifN  cruiser,   head,
sink, "bunks. SO hp Mercury,
like  new.  Trailer,  $1,950.  Ph.
885-9800. (MI.'M'li)
f)   HP   Bll'lOiCiS   Ik   SI rat I (in
Marine,   ready hi   go  $150.
Ph. 885-9380. (1273-lfn
ITMi'T^cIinUor Imiii hool wilh
,over Iinu led    oiif-ine,    $l7f)v
Ph. 88(l-7459. (i049-3()'
lllli'T caliii) crpisr.'iv l'ihrc((|o,sn
ovei' plywood. Ii'.viiirudo. Ph,
"ll.P.  JohiiMin.   Ex-
c.inililiou, $'f'.l|5,
, (Ki0(l-3I
•ll' VT. THKMMO Criifl Hi.-hil
V Volvo III), aSle'epeiollu
nciitii. ' Miiiilelnx lop, Irniler,
$1,5110 caul) Ph/ini! 112 1183 •
if4VI) niter I) p.in, wcckdnyH.
„;.-'"'i.   ,  ',.   ,,(1(122-3(1
fiil'iior (iiniiri' oiilbiiiii'il
IIKii      12
Willi   1
Ml 11'I     |l    li
lb iiiii   IIK
eii/Miir( $100 or I liml
Liidiii'i' _ Wiilcoiun
lliillinnoii  Huy
"'   11007'3i!
IIKT II" Aliiihiiiliim Imiii wilh.
(I li |i  .Viklnp, 8 moiilliM old,
$■171), I'M. IIIII)-ilim- or Kill)-II'MI,
'•• t Mim-v:
l'.,Thi.'i'inoi(lii'ni« iiii
hm,   ciiiiipi'i'   lop,   rdricpnr
i'li'.  Killed  wllli   IIIVI, ii(|
I'Villl lllhl     '  l.lliiv       (llll.'l!,)
Holli iinll,i Iind oply  I Iiim u,'»c,
Hni'Tllii-ii    <d     $l,l)l)li,IHI    imiii).
111119- Hiin«,'ii'i'i'riifi'  lOfl;,   lop'
ciiiidllloii, oiiih rile, rciidy 'In /oi
$100,    llll    punt    nci'ilii'  iioipu
Jmiuiii   Ci)   $7   umii,   Ancluir,
,  fiinln,  rope etc. $|f"  ciiinpliilc,
,(» /(id,  Innli,  new, $2|),  I'hoiin
Illlli ll't'lll 11020 !),ll
WAMTED, iiiii'il 11    lOIlT iMm**
I'Iiium   nr, aliiiiUnluni   r'urlop
unil   hiiiiiII   oiililioiud, . MmiMoii
iible   I'd, 8110 77H.T
.     0 .      . . - : I      -
iiniliii',  Now iluii
1'ipilppi'iL,   $4f)')IM!0
Min Inn Lid,
niiii II h.p..
yniir,   well
R)|( MAM'),1 f'Wliniiflu 00 l|,|',,
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No , o[Ji:!i-.s.���  Phono 885-2353. 0584-30  ELECTROLUX Sales and Service.   BoJi   "aVallhi-mi.    Phone  BBS-087B. 0593-1 In  IF IT'S suits ���  it's Morgans.  885-9330,- Sechell, B.C.   r- -,  ' ���_ 889'3-tfn  HAVE   fun   in   Ihe   sun   with  AH TEX DECORATOR  paint.   Painting  supplies   on  hand. RouU a party. Share the  wealth.     Pri vat e imLaii��ixiu_.  given. aechc;ll and ni-ea" representative,    Myrtle "Alexander,  Madeira Park   BC. Phone 883-  "2551  or 88fv2(r71j:    -      0552 31  HECONDITlftNEI)    Electrolux  Tor sale.   Phone  885-9878.  -      ���"'     fi(i()8-31  "  WESTINGHOLISE 14 cu. ft  de  .luxe     refrigerator,     freezer,  frost   free, Avacado,  4yr  war-'  ranleu. Cost $530 new, 7 rntbs.  old.  Cash offers.  0'8<i-7404.  6055-30  " ' '"    J��     "*���*"* ���������" ."'  'SMA-^L guitar a in p. Excellent  condition.   Ph.   880-9301.  ,0636-30.  PICK-UP and save wholesale,  pripie    alder, . split,, .,.J"ti|qrnn  PJIAW SAW; beiiyy dpTy, Iwo  bars ami  chains  24"  x   36"  $7'(P Phone Alberlon  885-2858.  0643!-30  MARINE ACCESSORIES  I'.nipt --- Fibreglass ������ Hope r���  Canvan ��� Bout llordw.iru  .  Cnnipresiiod  nir sorvico  NYGREN SALES    -  (19*/I)'LTD.  I'hone 811(1-98(13,  Gibsons,  B.C.  LEGAL NOTICES  adllilTIHIl   COLUMBIA  . IIYM'HO   AND  I'OWI'lf ���  AIITIIOHITY ' '  Invib.'H  li;i)dit'i-.s   fur  (jrnonilnfl  of approx   Hid hitch of 138 K V  righf-of wpy  'hrijVei'ir   Hi'i'Ih-'H"  npd  Penile,!' , llmiiniii'.  iii.'ii'i'euci! r'q niiiii,     '  (!|,uiilii|| Diiln; .'Inly 11, 1971,  *  Bniilcd loiidurii I'lnniiy iniiilsi'il  1111 iiliiiviM'iiliil'iilli'cd will be  icruiviiil ip lloiiin Hlfill, BC.  ilyi'liu nnd I'livyiir 'Auhbiiiiy  Biiildiiift, D'/o Biirnii'd Kii'i'ci,  Viiiu-'iiiivi'i I, DC uiilll C'.IKI  Nuoii, inly II, HIV I.  I(iilliili.   limy 'Im  iililuini'il   ui.'  Hie  nlj'lcr'  nf   lhe   I'liniiiiitliiu  nnd  Hiipiily JHipiiiiiii'.-ill-,' llllll  floor, IIVO lliiirmd 'ilriiui, Vim  ���"Oliver I,  M.C,,   li,'|ii|,liom: IHI"'-.'  8711',  Loi'iil 1/1)77,       '   IHI'II���"���'I  ... , ,   ;t,  .  ... >,�� 1 \  >  v,\ye(J!1g��tjftyrJMnp23/1971   .,    Tjie Peninsulp Tii-cieg Pgge A-3  June11th assembly . . . . ,  ��� AtMetics and qiti^ni&hip   -   :  reoof nis^d at Elipbin^tQiae *  INSTEAD of the tradifiopal final assent- Lj-tlrj- Kppwles, B]"l S^PfldPb, Pe(ei/ "f"ng-  hly. at 1he pp** of Jane, "Slphmstqpe lis'i .  Secondaiy School will hold a school as- Grade 11���Dave IVfcDpnalcl. Cfrj-de 32  sornbly. in Septeynbcr  tpy the piesenla- ��� Dpug  Know les  lipn   ol. sc|iolpr-.li|p    awards   t"Tmnor ,   Big B: Br fan ~MacKen?/.ie  .|im fireen,  Blades.. (jipg Hogpe, Bob Bcnper.  Athletic ppt] citizenship awards were "   ��-rYer   -3.   pan. ]yra,cKqy.  preseptcd at  an a&scmhly hek"\op June  S    11th  whon Iho lollowmg students weip Fl]lb)1Kjci:   Throwing   qnpihor' ^npno"  recofjuued for thep- elioits.- Iopuc on   bo fno   ��� iy  ,\ '  Achievement  Awavf'    ��}n��1    ji'pphy   presentations ' Mai-garpt FJnJf-y.snn who iwved the Brackett, most points> in irae'e gnci   trqphiks  hrouglVl Ijie school year g��t ptfplvn-    -Uon Ilegcl awf��.fd for best effort; lita Frances Finlayson, best girl athlete.        The i?ai  stope  |n  a  happy    conclusion for:    Allnutt,   best junior    typjsj;   Lynne  Ciluepbhip, Grndp 8���Kpn Gregory���  Hash, Gade 9���Heipz Breu���Hash. Giade  20���Dqbra Bfiha-inpsl; B|U Sppfidnn-  lUibh, Eleapor Swair���jtlasjli.  ,  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 109,  LA- booh avi/t-rd pnze was piesenled by  Mis. Leu and Mrs Rose to Dean Goddam* fut pinfipippcy pi Social" Studies  Fiibnc House textiles owaid was pro-  sen led io Leshu Dixon Dim Brown tyblfc"  toi besl iiiiuoi tjpisl went ip Litn Allnutt >"   .  lofiue on the fpp  SUNSHINE COAST  CzQSm QHWCH  .���-(Upcjepoir-ipptiopal)  Sunday Se|iool ��� 10;00 q.m.  CtiHrch Sprvifo ��� 11:15 a*tp.  Evoniri9 Sarvjcp 7:30 p.m,  PASTOR REV. S. CA5SEI-LS  Davis Pay Rqa<" an��t Arbutui  (2 blocks up f��;om Highfiroy)  ,v\  r  ^ +*Jh?-**,  yf A**ipi!*'<i  v  <i  &&   ��*-.��� .,sr   ^'0..  A'   . - J       r ^ ? *'.        V..-    .    * V'-AJ  i'A 'tl  Hows���Stephenson   trophy ��� for  best school Rpii-ii- --j��ftnl to.tiip pheeiiead-  _     pr.s, Juan "Blomgi-Dn, Opp Burnett; iapice  \       Mullen, Sh^'pine Jorgensen,  Wendy All-  nut and  Lita Allntrji   ' ;      -  The. Veilitb tj-pphy awarded the best  girl  athlete   went   to-Frances   "finlayson.  Tied for the Ridge way trophy for highest points in track were -Lynne BrncUott  and Bill Sluis.       '-..������''"  The fJon He."d avyard for hesJ effort,  went  to Margaret Finlayson.        v  f~~T   yv. House explain fpi" |he Sfvbre*", Franl'lin  lWr'*'^^to***'V        Roberts   Accepted'   the   Drummond ' Klip. ���  *    * \     House standings were:  Sabres ,61.3,  Mus-  -,   J    langs ri27. Spitfires 477 and. Bombers 300.  .   Bob -Bonner wpn Hie Chuck Rnbipsoh  Li-o p h y   awarded   lhe   best    baskelbdll  player. " .  Danny Macfvay received thp HplUpid-  Harris   trophy   for  best   boy   athlete  and  j     the Howard Kinnc trophy  for best  ciint-  ��j��3==ai^<"'=titt4*ngr. ���---  PENPER HARP0UR  iUndp.pornipati'-nal)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  .."���'.    .-'   9:4$ AA.A    ~   CHURCH SERVICE-���11:00 Aty.  Pastor Rev. W-Pltef S.- Apkroyd  Msiicira Park "J- $8"|-2374  \  '***>V****~*TJJ*'f**T~fc-*f*'^i"-^������*���~y���*-'1r*--*������-'-   -fc���, ���I,- -*��� mi*"*-|  \* ^K:  u'V.h  Bill Slu is "won ibo David McLend- trophy for besf at tr3c|��. Leigh W-olvcrton  received the Don Head award for best  effort. .  Canada   Fittness   awards   for   Excellence  went   to   Bret I   Cryderroan;   David  \  Newman "and Kim Gregory.   .  The United Church of Canada  -" ' '   ;siRYJCES. * '      " :  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday.Services - 9:30 a.pi.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:3C) p.rp.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 q.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.    .  ifnn^nd^tT^undqysT  Ministry  Rev. Jim. Williamson - Gibsons 7 886-2333  Girls awarded  sports  crest: Small E  Sports  Aw-arc"*.  -, -  Helping to maintain Elphinstone Seer    Award   winneVsr David'   Neumann;    Roberts; Best Boy Athlete-aiffi-Dist     AWARne  orujary .School's fine athletic record    Kim    Qregpry,    Bfett    Cryderman; "ance Runner Danny MacKay;   best p",. .  during the past school year are from    Captain of the .Sabres, who won the    at track and highest points' winner ..     Glide 8-pam Benner LMar>a?-etapin*-  left:    Canada    Fitness.    Excellence    House Competition Trophy, Franklin    for boys Bill Sluis. laysom Abbie Shufjita, Debbie Hill, Cindy  Kurucz, (Kerry Mqhlmah, Norma Miles,  Kathy Ziief'f. Gail Blomgren, Kathy Mar-  croft, Rebecca Bisby, Paulipe Sipitb,  Vivica Watsop apd Barbara Dew.  . Grade 9���Paiiline Johnson, Lita Allnutt,  Cindi   Pendergast,  Petra   Peterson,  Ppm ^ompierfieirla JSIs Zuidema.  Grade 10���Cathy MacLean  "��� ><      Medium S* Guide fl���Lipda Day   Pat  I Houuc,  Joanne  Jqi-gcp->pn,  Valeric Mac-  '     ,  ,   / Lean, Nancy Stroshcim, Bctiy Jpi-hrpn,  *J'.    \  ,   JVTnrfjyniiB   JVf^pgrpvo.  Grade   J(--^-Wen'dy     AlhuUI,   Carol  -,   ' ��� , pJnmare** ppd ^ynno flnf.i-pt|.  J^prgp ��,: G|pdp ll)-r5ii,sipii)e .loijpiii-  seii, .loan B]pni(*ren.  Qrpdn li--pfai'ip .Ii'i.shor, J-ipsl-ic Cry-  deruiap,  Lyn -Si.  Jean.  Gnide; 12--.]"p a 11 i I a Chamhcrlin,  Frances Finliiyson. Boys- awarr|ed sporl--  crests..  Small Eir .Grndfi 8 Bruce 'Green, Leifdl'1  Wolv(!|'|.pn, Ii'iNuik Hiivics, Hichard Cump-  bell, Clnis yneddipi, David Newman, Kim  Gro/'nry, (lean Goddard, Kerry. 'Hpini'i'i'i".  Gruile'i) 'B'ruci; .fJibmins, Wi'l'riiiiii"Aii-'  Kiisl,   Hicharil   |)"iuin,   Gary   Un-vies,   Jim  Bjol pnoi), Al.'i-ii|ntr Iryiim,, Ken Mcnopald.  Griidi! 10 Mike 'Mii'sm'uvi), Ihiborl  I'upl.  Mpdippi, K: Gi'irrli! i) Waypi! fSniilh,-  Bill SliiiH, B/'iTlVCryrloi-miiii, llerliio liur-  ilnhl, Inn Mii|.'Ke||'',ic,  Grade 11) -Tyr��|i)if Jnsop'i, |{r:|(nii> G11I-  Bqptisf Church .Service  PETHEL BAPTISTJ3HMRGH  Mermpid and Trqil, Sephelt  Sunday School lQ:QP*9.m-  Morning Worship 11; 15 a.m.  CM.VARY PAPTIST <?HUR��3H  Pprk Rd., Git>sans  Sunday School 9:45 am.  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)     -  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  ��!!.' was  ���nl  Cheerleaders  ���        .,,,,.,        , -HPioKipwMMi.fi> For Quiclc BohuUn Uso Tinion 'Adbricfa      lacbcr,   Bind   Norris,   .lolin   Mcl'liedriin.  va,4 clipors lol'lho c|icerJ6n*lBrs   U>ws-iStep|)en.snn -trophy   for Ire s t   *���-���;��� ,:-������-: -r���:.��� ~,���...:...-' '- V ..: ..._.! __!!!!:  ���Jlpllill*"Um��'�� \ri]h iwm\a [vpyp-   school spirll, yyith 11>% well  rein.-, ������ "���        i   ������      ���'   ' J""'"-1'"1-1"1'1 ���l"-l.li11-1!! 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'   s * ������"  fill"/'   ��� -,'  - ��� "'   ll     "' * ���  ��� J  *     '      ���',  '���' * ���  - * J * J- Jf J V ,  "\   .1  \,*-      '/  ,7 1- ��   ����  ���* . 0 0-0 0 0* *v0 fr.*.-*. 0 ���a'^sja-K*,,. ja�� ���  /'  'y^f^i^^yyy&a  **  ���,  i <  A  J-   "  "��>   '  ft- -^  ii -  ��� .  Around Gibsons  . fj,���. , .  *���-by Marion Char-nan  MRS., James (Elinor Louise) V/ardil who  passed away June 14th will he great",-/  missed, by a host -of triends.' "Wardie",  as she wias affectionately called, \vas for  years a faithful worker at St. Bartholomews Church, a^ helper in. the cppimtinUy  aifd a good neighbor, Her many-Tgeneroiis  deeds and kind acts will long J*re remembered. �����  In the ���nihe-teen-forties wheri Mrs.'  "Vyardil operated "The English Tea Ropm*'  pn Gower Point Road she was renowned  fpr her .hospitality arid culinary delights  aplenty.  ~tsatei*, Mr'. and3^1'S;r~W*li'dW-in.ade their  Page A-4 the Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, June 23, 1971���?  . p���;���: '��� -,.������' .i ������...���������,-  Bennett, Sherri Lpitz, Tammy Sheppard,  Peter Plourde and jlanhlah.  Mrs. Beryl Williams 'and family wove  guests of honor at a- idiriner party when  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhodes en^ei-'taiiried. at  their home prio!- tp. Jf\[v^ WiUiams .de*  parture for Edgewpod where she and her  family will make their home. Mrs; Williams parents also reside at Edgewood,  Lpwer Arrow Lake,, -=���  pioiiee"; passes ai  gaiiuiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininEiBinsniiinisaini  New /bluegrass promising^  hpme ppi-North Fletcher Road and after  this moved.to Headlands Road where they  iived  before .retiring   to Victoria." They .  had   recently "returned   from   Vancouver  Island to reside on,Trueman Road.  Mrs- Wardil was born at Rotherhithe,  London, England. She came to Canada in  the spring of 1925. Mr. and Mrs. Wardil  were married at Vancouver in 1928. In  1Q35 Mrs. Wardil enjoyed a holiday in  England, Mr. and Mrs. Wardil'had a trip  home to the Old Country together jn,-  1961.  Mrs. Wardil was in her 80th year, she  is survived by"-hep. loving husband, James.  Well liked, highly thought of and-  greatly appreciated was Mrs. Wardil. The  esteem in which she was held was noted  at a--memorial service in Calvary Baptist  Church- conducted by Rev. Robert Allaby on Thursday -afternoon with a large  attendance. , \ ���  SCHOOL EXCURSIONS ' .  On . Wednesday, June 16th, Mrs. G.  Combs, Miss M. Reid and parenUaides  supervised grade 2 and grade 3 pupils  from. Gibsons Elementally School on a  day trip which took them to Stanley  Park, they saw the whales and had,lunch  in the park. At 2 p.m. they visited the  Centennial Museum. They also toured  the Maritime Museum. These: trips are  of much benefit and interest."*  Earlier a 3rd-class after pie-discussion  sessions at school'made an excurtion  to  Fort Lang ley which  was an  educational  experience. for   them'. "    [  - Last  month  5th  year   pupils  enjoyed  ^an aii^exarxsion_xiA^er. ^Vanco.uv_ex_mndeji_.  "D. K. Taylor of the Canada Agricul-  >ture- Research Statioti at* Agassh-, "B.C.,  feeds the new Kentucky bluf-gvass variety,  Nugget,, is one worthy of widespread testing. In fact, he says it is pne of the most  intersting bluegrass varieties, in the  station's present turfgrass trials.  supervision of Mrs- Robinson, Mrs". Dahl,  Miss Craig and parent-aids (money had  heen raised by the students and no further assessment for transportation was  needed). They -were able to examine tbe  ���trperation of the large airport and make  practical application of studies in transportation in an ah>flight over the city.  In. early June Mr. Ayr's, Mr. Crawford and parent-aides took 7th year and  filh year classes on a field excursion to  Bowen Island for a first band study of  island use, assessment of possible land  abuse, relating maps to the actual ground,-  and related island, studies.  BRIDAL   SHOWER  Miss Colleen Husby, Mrs. Agnes Labonte and Mrs. Helen Weinhandl awe,re  co-hostesses at the home of the first  Tnttmeti pn Wednesday evening last week  when they entertained at a bridal shower  in honor of Miss Sandy payid-jon, Decora--  fjdiis were in while and yellow. Games  were played and prizes awarded. Dainty  refreshments were served including a  delectable  shower cake,  Many   attractive  gifts   were   received  by  the  guest of honor,  Allcnding  were  Jean Davidson, Phyllis Page  Edna Husby,  1'stdle   Hageluncl,  Sherri   lliisby,   Laurel  and  Zona  Davidson,  Brenda  Weinhandl,.  Ingrid   Blomgreri,   Juanila'   Chamheiiin," .  Trudy   Swnnsori,  Mrs.     Plows,   Eileen  Strom, Doreun Musgrove, Km Flack, Mrs.  Korboiie   Irom   Keats   Island,   Ruth   Hur-  ri.soii,   Meg   Meredith,   Theresa   Labonte,  PnuDiie Griffith and  Gladys Clarke.  i(      Unable     to   be   present     bifl   Hcnding  gills  worcDenise, Cjuarry,   jflihul  Jones,  Demist) English, Wynn Tysoii, Lynda Wil-  liums and  Murg Einerson,  HERE AND THElRE '  ' A delightful ufiernoon Um was held  al lhe' home of Mrs, A. liageluiid, Abbs  Road on Monday luM week in honor of  Mr.'', .him,) Davidson when hIio was pro-  isuiiiud wiih a pub- ol, crystal Vfi.ses from  nil tbe Indies oil, Abbs Road, Mr, mul  Mrs, David-ion arid family will |>e moving  lb Miip.le,Ridge ul the'end of IhiHinonlh.  Born lo ('oi)Hlnbli! nnd Mih. J, Jleur-  linld nl Edinonioi) on Jiriio I ot h, a daugb-  lor, ChilsUno liilitii.ni, ft |bM, On/,,, u H'N|.ui<  lur Darren, Group '���rmid-puronlH urn Mr,  mid Mih. R.-Enicrson of Abbs Road,    ���   .  Mr,  mirl  Mm, Ole- Kriwhir  mid  Mark'  Iioiii Vhioiia v'lsllod relatives nnd friends  b<;r��\  , . M,,H' ���'��� ''��� >i< t-r<iHb.y wim ii vihilor to  l.iiilliWiH.i'. for li couple of iliiy�� .j-econlly,-  An iiiUiri-iKlin/- vl-dlor lo llm m--n�� |ui,i  winf|< was Mm; I'ioroiico Gjnhao, fmn  l.bildon, .Oolniio, whoim dniiiditcr Mm  iht.'lnin  llnrifl, iilioodhi/<   i;|-'c ,|K' M|,���|y.  ' h)K niillvn Indian myllioli^y, jviVn. Iliirnt  whimii  liiinbinifl   uiinnrlri    fhnion   I'i'iiHm'  ilolvoifity, win> on hm  rirni vimi to llm  t-iiiihliiiiii- (.!oiihi   All  loiioii  milch  lo  hi-  l"l',���'���l llmiinlmni. Tbiiy wmil on \th /Nun-  t i'fln'o-, l   :,_ ..._.Mt.. u (i      -^  vImIUhI  Irli'iidt, |n>n; roi'oiilly,  '''   Mr,   II.  A, Hwallow  wmi 'n  v'iMlor"lo  Ili'Jvi'liiloku to mih hln hoii Hill ''wallow  A now bii'yiio uwiiKi.'d bun /���,<) ||���������  wure ���() I'miillf-. on Iho n,k��� w|���,��� /|'()l|()  Loll-* <-u|-i|--'-iliril  hlti' blrlhdiiy  Juih-   um,  id Dm liunm ol hln pmmibi  Mr, mul Mm  ,  ��� Wall   Loll/,   lovlb-d   I'o   |,In   ������r,y   W(lj,(,  ........ Deunnlii Ui l'��Hu  Dnbblo Hlwyiptiyp, l.t'un  THE  DAVIS   Bay   avea   losf, ���"   Bippeer  and, the   whole    community, lost   a  friend when Mrs. Ron Whitaker died-at  St, Mary's Hospital, Sechelt pn'.June 7th,..  107L"   ���':.",'.' ~:j:  Peggie, as she was widely known to  twp   generatipns  of   Peninsula   residents  was always" active in' community affairs '  but always in such a way that people seL  dom knew about;it> . "-'   y  A life m6"mber oi Wilson Creek Community. Associatinn and an active member  of St," Mary's Hospital" Association, "Mrs;  Whitaker was always striving quietly to  further their aims arid goals. , \  - A pioneei? ��f the Davis Bay region iii  1939 when there were only four houses  and the wharf, she saw, it grow to its  present shce. Through the years she helped  her husband  Ron'-Whitaker  in   tlje   old  Trading Ppst ^tpre, then, one pf Mie  Penin.'������:l^a,''��� first motels (The gea Beach).  She also tended Water wijiks-affaii's- "  ,The "Whitakei-s left the area * for a  While.spending a few years in HpnolMhl,  Hawaii and Sorrento, B.C. -'before',re?  Uniting to retire in their home on Bay  Road at Pavis Bay.  i\irs. Whitaker was^ bpi-n on March  3rd, 1911 al Calgary,' Alberta. She is  survived-. by her loving husband Ron, sop  Jack; daughtei-ilV-law Pat audi two grandchildren, Susan and David. A'hvays the  helpful vvife, mother and family arbitrator, she will be sadly mjssed  by all.  > Jeervis Inlet was named after Rear  Admiral Sir John jervis, later Earl "St.  Vincent, by Capt. George Vancouver-,  June 20, 1792. ' '"    .  3i  ames  uh .Action  EQGEWATER STUD/OS  DAVIS  BAY -j 885-9802  i" 11  Uy A|)*ioinlmcnt Only  Phone 003-2002  R0MC060R RANCH  GARDEN PhY ROAD  PENDER HAltBOUR  'WIM^^  <���  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORtH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 885-9515  SECHELT, B.C.  Telephone: 886-2912  .     GIBSONS, B.C.  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel;   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,, B.C.  APPLIANCE REPAIR  *. .������, ���.���..���.     .���_,   i-   - ,  ,     i.i ,��� .���_������ii....... -i   a.,   i     ...  ..  -���-..-.������-������  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or'small'appliances  -   JOHN BUNYAN  Davis Bay Phone 885-9318  ��� ���       ���       .-  r  ART SUPPLIES  Telephooe~ffb6-"i06i��        ~  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pollery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Dencar>'s Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  BICYCLES  BICYCEES^   SAKiS 7 REPAIRS 7 PART** r TIRPS ��TG PPR  - 6ICYCLE5 - MINIS - MOTOR CYCLES  Cqll Quick Dick of Cycle Sales & Services at the  RENTAL SHOP - Phone 885-2848  IF DICK CAN'T FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YQUR  MOTHER-IN-LAW   .  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  ,    FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2304 L, C, Emerson  ���    R,R. 1,.Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDERS   (continued)  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-FAB HOMES  High Quality . . . Reasonable Prices  Buy  a   Package  and  erect  it yourself,  or  get  our professional help. *  GARDEN  BAY,  B.C. -  Phone  Eves.  883-2723  "EASY-LOG" VACATION HOME  CONTACT . '  Vince Bracewell af  886-7720 Hopkins Landing, B.C.  *��� , "  For Horizontal, Vertical True. Log  Building by  CANADIAN LOG STRUCTURES LTD.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES    .  Your One Stop Building Store       '  ���  For All Your Building Needs.  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  "��1l&53^S-tiavievv - Phorie-8^^264^���  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886:2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give ~<i�� A Call      FREE ESTIMATES  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut  all sizes.  Timber and  Plank.  Dimensional  Lumber ond Plywood. We deliver on tke-  Sunshine Coast.  Check Our, Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, RichmonoV B.C.  Phone Vancouver: 321-2388 - Local; 886-7036  CABI&ET'?pAi���ERS'"' "' *  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are AH Prefiinshed Before  ^.Installation.  R! BIRKIN -��� lioach Ave'.", Rolicris Creek, B.C.  Phone 866.2551  CONCRETE  NORTH COAST CONCRETE  s   Foundations -'-Driveway's etc.  Alf Harper Office 883-2240  Madeira Park Res. 883-2223  BRICKLAYING  A. SIMPKINS  Box 517 - Scciielr, B.C.  '     Phono 885-2132  CONtRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD*  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  Bok 09,- Madeira  Park  Phono 803-2274  BUILDERS  G, CROWTHER  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  A-r'niiiM-'a ni|i| Pin-I'fil's "rc-clutl  Ciiiivulilluir'il l-'rnpiiliiu  Call 803-2746  ft.R. 1, Madolra Park, B,C,  lr��o |.'Mlmo|o|�� - l:at>l Service  G & W DRYWALL  (iiywaill ocoiiLallc oik) lUadiifud collltitp,-  N<;w ti-.'iv|iio Glbuiiitt nicirj ond (Im Poiiiniauln,  Phono 004-3315  Huh 1A6, foit rAolfon, P,<3.  ���*-y    JOURNEYMAN BUILPER  ��� EXPERT FINISHING ���  Allnifilloi)-. - A<|d|llori!i - Kllcliopi nnd  MrilliK'-r-mt. <i Spnrl'illy  ' HAY CPAWMIAW  ,      lUt 1, S.ct..;!!, I'.C. _ f'dor.o  COR ZUIPEMA  i i  - Fiir All -Y����rir" R��"ii')Vo|ii-ii%r R��i|"iiiri��-  find G'l'ln*'! Y/oik,  Phono 88321*13  .     ,,._.���,.���,.���W0U*,D....Y0U...lllKI.---7..^ ���  ,..,..  An   inlilllJwiii'   An' uluai/illMii-   A   liuw   liunm?  (�����-pnir-.i" A dew IHVir������'���������r,eom|cf,s UYn ftirfAmy'n'  llos|-|lo|t-  Wl! PO IT AU  WINDMILL CONSTRUCTION LTP,  hv'nn'�� Urnllng, H.C.    .       I'lwie HHMAW  farm mr-sa-aogo pi H'lll'Oi'r M'/lorn,     ,wif,i,lt.  Plan liWrh. ovolktilt ����� |'|qrinlfl|H o-.r.|-.l<"M.  STUCCO  Old  Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  , Slucco Hi Mabonry C<>niraclor  . '. '     FRANK FRITSCH       ',  Phono H'i6-950S  Hux !*22 7 Gibbon*,, H,C.  L 8, H SWANSON LTD. ~  KIADY-MIX CONCKI Tl-  iirind urn) Oiovnl > Unnl'liinis  i 'l?ll(.llll,IO  - I'M ��)v('tlWII->  OFFICII IN UFNNFR, BLOCK  flos^6<5*;ooTi72;~$o3iaif; o:cr  '������'���   ...... i ��.. , t  Land Clonriiifj, Land Dovolopmont  Rood Building. Road Work  "   Coll  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD, '  '    Box  IH9, fiochali, B.C,  :       .    I'libno  885.9767-'-    '  P K RENTALS  Mndalra Park, B.C,    '  Onrvi'l ��� I  II .''lop "wil . jllil|il(i/|(iy  , l/nn|i;i * Ui'ir.Kliriu - jini.lv*  Phono 803-2240  PHONE 005 95SO  RON'S CONTRACTING  ,   V.it'ltllll.'   .   l*t,)vnill,l>%   ���   P'!')I<1  llt,ll,jlll(*  (iritdtnp -1 |l| ��� pnnd 'irnvcl   v.\n-,hi:d l'ii< l<  Phono�� Sochclr 085-9350  *Yoiii  niibliii'taf" ConJ  " r ,  111   lllit,   6JK1CO   Will      '  rt-ofli ncorly 10,000 pooplol  ���"'"'V'-s l-ow cos��t - High powor  CONTRACTORS (Continued)  PRECAST CONCRETE  ' SEPTIC TANK-INSTALLED  GOVERNMENT APPROVED  FREE ESTIMATES  Excavations _ Drainage - Waterlines Etc.  Business Phone 886-2231  Home Phone 886-9579  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON tq OLE'S COVE    .  Tel: 886-2938^7885-9973  Call IJs for Your Dispgbaj Needs;  When Renovating Or Sprirtg Cleaning.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  1��lnmB^*-7244^=====^  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential  Wiring and Major  �� Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechell, B.C.  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  '������   Wiring Supplies r Electric Ffeaf  Sechelt - Phone 885-2062  ���5ervrna the Sunshine Coast for a guartor century  Hi���I..IIIW'   ���      i|||   I,,     i     ���iiiihiini , .��� ,4  FUEL  HORSES  FACAROHFARM  Excellent  facilities available  far boarding and  riding your horse.  *  Individual PaddpGks *  Lighted Sawdust Ring  * V* mile ExerciseTrack * Bridle Trail  REGISTERED BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-7729  ���JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome, to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning���-������-  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, interior & Exterior decorating,  ^fiug Cleaning. All types of Buijdii  c  ANADIAN  P  ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable find  economical Cooking, Heating ond Hot Water,  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf iind Dolphin '-' Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ISSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL feSSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window. Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  . Al- the Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  &. MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine 5hop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating *��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721        Rci. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINAS  RETAILStORtS  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.Q.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  TASELLA SH0P*��E  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  THE, TOGGERY  L.adies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SAW  FILING  Albert's Saw Grinding and Saw Filing  _^^t4a-S4^ee4"-^n4jo"A^r--l^i;i^l:^a(;  (3 blocks west of Pratt Rd)  Phone 886-2701  P.O.  Box 244, Gibsons,  B.C.  SEWING MACHINES  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNYN WHEELER '  ". "your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  gihsons  ��      ("S50 OIL FURNACES  1    No 'iown paym��!nt'-''ft'finK Micros,*  i "f on yoqr�� lo pay  for hon e.tlwato���Call 806-2728  ,   Complain lino of pppllancot  HAIRDRESSER  A^N'S COIFFURES  Noxl lo llio Coop Slnro- ���  GlNoni 806-2322  :       SECHELT BEAUTY SAL6N  C()iri|)lolo  \\c^iAytii,i,\i,)fi  !-��rv|co  liy  Praloi'iloiiiil ,'Af.ti.  Coyvrio Street Phono 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Pomosllc- Cornm'"rcla| - In/lustrlol  Jclophono 085-9606  Pon 164, SflchoJr, B.Ci  "tTILLICUM HEATING & SHEET -  , METAL  OIL - IXCCTRIC & ,GAS  f^lo ([riyyn paynionl        '  Phono,. 885-9494. ...���.���,  ...,���,���..  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL I IHM) WAltR HI-AU'lCi  ' Hollnnu Pnyyii - - IQ Vuoi�� In I'ny  Ll��M f-lunililnij '      '  Roy Bloncho Madeira Pork  003*2401 003-2770  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD-  at ESSO MARINE  Ghs - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Sales - OMC Paris & Sorvlco  Boat Haulina  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinruila O.M.C, - K&C Thcrmonjoss - Smilincr  Sprino Bok ond Pioneer,  Also Plumbing Fillings ond Fixtures,  Pender Harbour <��� Phono 883-2266  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  ( Roberts Crook  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  LaOMilbcaplnr* ��� Slunlis - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  ' Berry. Plnnlt. - |3oi,li'||n'a Plants-iPool Moss  Fully l.lrcnsod PoMlcldo Snroylnrj for  Landscaping ond Trees  Phono.886-2684  Bernina & Omegju  Sales, Parts, Service  OPTOIVIETRIST  FRANK E.  PECKER,, OPTOMETRIST  .    Bal Block - Gilnons  Rvoi y v Wptlnosdcjy  ���   886-2248  t^m  PHOTOGRAPHERS  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  .   A Oiinp|i)lo I'liolnijirrplili; Si)ivl':n  WiMrtHHO''  - l'OI'IHA|-|S> ��� PAVJl'OK I it  (.ii)MMH'��'.IAL  I C, AHfRNETMY  L���^��^ll>��PIP��#JI,C.JP.,PII��M��.'��fti>r7.3/4-^-^r  PLUMRIKQ ___r :Z.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  I'luiiihliii) - I'liiollllliiii - f'tijiiniiilllriij  Hul Wnlm llnnlllKr ��� I'lpU l.(i|'|"lliu  t KI II l.'iilMMIS  Phono 806-7017 oi 886-2848  ���I .,.'������      -'   ���  RENTALS  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  of payis Bflj/ .  ���    "Wu I'nnl ui Uttii AliriuM I vi.iyililnu"  ��-~~.'l ypuV/llltaita-i.J.11 llllillll'r'li|iiU.a...'l olMviMxim-.  Unit!  Illluib     G'lll-Jlll M//M;lla . I.IIVVII I'olujK  'Mrii'liniiii,')' luuiii   "  I'HONfc ��(��() VlMH VA liOUH hlHW.K  RESTAURANTS        ~^  EARLS COVE RESTAMBANT  Open 9 a,m, lo Iho I'm forty  ||oin�� Cnokcrl Ginu'lK'n ^#ii<i  f:uro|i��*jn Plslioii  JOI: AND MARY FRASER  TiJIi 083^2747'  SUNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Hovies - 685-9740  SPORTING GOODS  ���ii���. ..I..-. ���,..........*.���.,���., '-.���I '.m..'..y,',.',. "���' f  "������"���"���-"'��� ��������� ���'  ',    "" "**  CLffF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD, _  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . ". '. Large & Small  885-9832 ' Secliell  SURVEYORS   HOY A.WAGENAAR  B.C< Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TAXI.'     ,,-,.��� . .{������- ��� .-���   ' .-,  HARBOUR TA^i LTP.  ���   Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs,  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garder) Bay Rd., fender Harbour, B.C  Tol; 883-2414  ilBW-   -   : "  :  COASTAL TIRES  Sunihlno Coait Hlahway  Po* l3,aibion��,T*,C.. Phona flQ<*.27QQ  SALfc'S ANP StRVICK  , All Branris Ayallahla '  iMoiniay lo Solunloy fl;30 o,m, lo !ii30 p,m.  I"ili|ay Qvoiilnn l-y appointii-uiil' only,  TOWING  Scoyys -��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING fl. SALVAGE  LTP,  IJoavy l'|ulpii!��iii Nlpflna t% U>u Tovy/na  L. I'HOtib  Phona BB5-94"25  IWANSFER^^^   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  v      HninaulKil.l Mnvliirj; Packinr/. Slororj*  '     I'fK.Kliid'Maiiiiloli. fm .Solo '  ,  Moriilmr-ril Alllorj Van I Inn**,    '  Lnn'idn'i, N",'| Movum.  Phono 886-2664, R.R..1, Gibsons, B.C,  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTP,    ^  WARkl.lpUSES '  Socholt 885-2118 n Gibsons 886-2173  MAII.Y !��l KVICL (ROM VANCOl/V|:K  ^I��<VIN<�� IHI^CHlIf HUimilA  liiiiiPuinPinnyfilKitii In'Corirnln,'       -  fiHim.irl fiulrjlil,  ��,ovy-p*��4  nrr4 limnyy  ho'illnn  ,     TRAIL BAY"*c7RfAGt';  Phono  aflf��*i848 Anylln^o tt'  MPHOLSTRRV  PELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AHp'PRAfERIES  |ii.'ii|il)ol*,l(.-i|ii|j '-��� RuRiyllng * Cjiimiitiin Dummy  Mtvlr.u . Sonifilfit thow.n Hi llio li'-filo  Phono 886-2050 nttor 6 a.m.  or 886-2073  ���'W-V'.  .���,'.,���.���a"./-.'-' .���'!���  **   ���      ' "'Ah t..  v  *     0* 4 H'l^.%4        I  ���  *     *     fi *��� r   ���  P ���   *, *   /-. A   +��f *+****>    ft    A,J  A/i    ��.������    A * iai **   ...  ��*, A ji 0r ,  i* ~0j*.+>. '-*lHAA*kAAl.f-i.1**1ii^> ****. +  r   0. r</t>* *   - *.+ i- i  ( -   v, I**������WW  Wuthering Heights  at Gibsons theatre  BUipi-V- dowhie- fgojrm-e "Dp-Hj-n qray"  (anil "pqi-mep, Baby> is*' tyo jscen|c  shpvv tliai ends tonight,. Shoy--' starts at  J, sq ii you pan dig... iwi^e \\. This  dypanite dup of dqgpnpriilo "dccaden.ce  is si must see-... pply if yp^l i-rp ovei- 18,  Lilting iq next is '^V-KticiiTifS Hcigl-jt--",,  "Smily  Bvqnte's unfdrgetfihlo  ipvn story.  Fine inrnily entertntninept qs ynu Ifillpw  Puthy -"11(1 lh\-|theljff iiirpugl) their life  and ventual (shadqs qf 'I<ovo ^tnrj-^i-trrn?���  ip dinat'i."  Last   Vnil   not    1 o p f. |   is  "Piacos   af  Dienfns", t\ fioliglitfyliy saPrpligqus bit of  Wfidnegrffltt JyjBg 2|, |97f .Tjie Peninsu*o ffoft,  QIBSQlAfS flTrUBflC; ASSOCIATION  Page A,^  wmNNRtMii  Elphinstone Secondary School  SATURDAY, JULY |fd '  ir   Music hy Pent} i('mg$   *  PANCIHQ FROM ^ PiM. TIL 1 A.M.' Refreshments Ayajlablo  Tickets cap be obtained fro'm M,rs. Cpfoj |<mi*ucz at 886-2666  or frpm GjbsQns Barber Shop qnd |*-|pyve ��oi*r*fi 5-10-15 Store  ;>J  Hard Time Dance ends  baseball-softball term  COM.*!* "nl ami enjoy ("he Hard Time  Dantre rth Sat. .filly 3. at the El phi n.-  storiL' Si.-hn.ol. Fcaitiiring "Tin; Penn Kings"  -it is a -n}ii-velliiiis .way to wind up the  . Iwsehall and sol'lhall season. Get your  lii:|-e|s 'from Mrs. Carol Knriicz at -118(5-  2(i(i(i, dress cmnfortahly, and plan on lols  of  fun.  The 1071 swimming program is about  to start under 'Hie capable guidance of  I\liv* Denise l.ittli'iohii, oui swnriiriing iln-  =t^u^y|i���-jautj���l,H-F=^f"=fFf=rhis i ^s11iT-rnj-rrrlTf  lime*- italics anil Im .itiiiii.s ul i I't'islui-  tion .~t?  T.iUe ,id\aiit.igi< nl this oppoituiiily  to Ic.iin to ;;\\uii oi i'iicoui.it;e >oiu fluid  to do mi Thi" insliiii'loi lint, yen is MPs"'"*  Pal B.uUei assisted bv Miss Lmd.i JaiK-  son Many Cubs Jiave eaj ned theii swim-  mi'is b.irliii' thiongh these summei ses-  sruiis .intl ha\e i-onIimieil liriough Ihe  \ainuis   levels   oi   pioluiuntv  This is not only a veiy enjoyable  heallh,\ .spoil, but a definite safety pre-  caution loi childien and adults especial-  Iv when we live so i lose lo and liavcl  on so muili watei It adds a valuable  in.it gin ol s.iluly lo lishuiR, any use ol  small and lar.ge boating, and Ihe exhile-  lalrng spoil of water sluing, not lo mention scuba diving,  I"to your child a fnvftr^fill oui the  foinjs leecived l|>i;oiiuh..ll}'iI ^chpols apd  it-turn Ihem, and ensure llifiy aie enrolled for the piogram in your aiea.  DONATION  Following is a list of donors In tlio  fiilcoiis AUilchi' Associalion, lorlate: W  K llniilu- Kr .Son Ltd .>I')<),'Lkl< l.iim-  ber (Noilh Shine) l.ld $100, Ksso Marine  (iibsniis $100, Hen span Intel nalional  !>J(|i|, MfoM l,og .Sorting Co. l,td JjilOO;  Intel Illilloiiail Biolhel liuoil ol Hnlp Hi  P.ipeiinill Woiki'is Pint Mj-llon I.dimI  '*".)'l "jI'IIO. Kin.ani'ii ("iIimiii.h Wit), Hoy.il  ('���ill.nil.ill Legion 1'i.iiirh IIIII '(iiliMlllK  V.'OO Mi William .1 I'<jIi-i.,<iii (iiljMins  .y.ll, Mi Dennis .Suvi.'gei, (iibsoni. !t>iil);  Mi Ciiiiy TliuinpMin -t>>')li, Anonynioiis .Vi'i;  I'm l 'Mellon Coiiiniiinily Assn   $.'1(111  Weigh-in  There was no.shortage of salmon at    event,, iVIr. ,fqe Mellis, Kenny Nelson  Boom Men meet Sechelt  for first oi pla^effi"  HOWE Sound Boopi Men Irtpt ��� Sediclt  orv Wec'nesday at. Langdalc School  gi'minds fpr the UisJ game of tlie- p'^ydffs.  Tins was the first, teagite. *^t')?i��| fq /(ie. .  played at Langdale and it is 'it- "ipe pari?.  The High School, Qibsons ^'|iaJ-i(ierit-a-.,y,  Lnngdatc afld Brothers Park, fields Were  all in use on Wcdnesdi'y evening for  games''The game is gaining phpulsTTlty  apd Ihe calmer of ball bping played is  improving all  the "time."  Il  was a true team -effort  that  Howe  hgstweetfs-TesttHs^^  he bat. of Scott Verraehja, Cecil Leach-  lriajl, and George Smith. Playing an out-  ulanding gaine jn -the fielrHviis~2*]^"ijjse-  man Randy Rotthiff, getting 4 assists during his 3'innings nt play. Other alert plays'  vvwre made by Brent Rottluff. B.C.  Josephs-'-)!* and Richard Underwood, although th6 whole team were worthy nf  praise..  Brad   Rodwny,   shortstop,   scored   trie  Iwo  inns  i'or  Sechell  and   got a  hit. at  Jux-_Lh.ree  timesLal.   bat.  Perry  Willi.im&1_  PF.NINSUIaA  Hotel   clinched   first   place  ihis   week   by   winning   three   games,  the I.L'gion nioM-d  into ^cioiid place  GAME RESULTS  June 1.5   Pen Hotel (i Firemen *���  1.    Pen I,   I.P   11   Can oil  ���i  Both panics tiadcd the lead all tbiough  lhe game vvith Ihe Pen Hotel sionng  tluec i tins in the bottom ol Ihe lit I li lo  win  lhe game  June lfi WaKelield Inn 4 Tjegion 7.  W P   D   F.lson. LP   Jim  Hall  Doug Bison won his lourlh game ol the  year <as the Legion won their fouilh  sliaigbt  game  Fnenien   3   Pen   Hotel    12     WP    F.  Reynolds, LP   H   Carroll  _      Pen, Hotel  scored 7  runs  in  tho sei:-  ond  inning and  went   on  tp  defeat   the  |"ircmc'i and at ]east lie for firsj. pla'cc.  .7'nno i7: Roberts'Creek ("O Wi>lcpfipl��i2.  W.P. Vngel, L.P. Christiansop, H.R.'s  Roherls Creek, Pave blnis. Shone Wayne.  The Cieek team moved into a tie with  Wakefield for Hie lotuth and linal play-  olf spol as Shone Wayne hit his second  home  run ol   Ihe yeai  Legion i) Pen Hotel Jt). W P I, Pearl,  la p Don I'lson  A last Inning rally of seven runs lull  one short lor Ihe Legion as Hie Pen Hole  clinched   lirst   place.  '  The   lasl   Iwo  playoff   positions  could  prove  lo he a  realy  light  join  leaii'ii>.fWho could linisli  Kacli  leam  has  lhi.ee gaiiu  the plnyolfs |ioghi on July  lasl    games   should   prnv(!'"cM'iling   loi  bnlh fans and teams  n.inn-s to watch nest week will be  the WaUcdeld and Legion on June 20th,  RobotLs Cieek and Firemen o'i June 22nd  ")  W P     League Standings  W  L  Pis  Pen  Hotel  10'  1  20  Legion  (>  fi  12  Firemen  r>  (5  10  Wakelield  Inn  4  7  a  Roberts C  eek  4  7  8  Secretary to doctor. "The Mr. Jones  who wouldn't lespond lo lieamepl won't  respond to his'bill."  ralcfio'rV was 'qiiipk at reti--ieving the ball  In hind home plate getting runners out  at 2nd and 3rd. Other good' plays were  made by .the basemen. Grant Starrs, Is),  -Kevin August, 2nd, Gerry Johnston, 3rd  and pitcher- Darren Joe.  The parents apd Jj;iends wa}chj.rig  fiom the sidelines really enjqyed this  line effort on the part of both teams.  R  H   E  Sechell 1    0   0    0    10,2    4    1  Boom Men .0 0 if 3 T~x 7 6 4  Seche't pitcher���Dan-en Jpp, cajcher  Peiry Williams Bqom Men pitchers���  Bronj- Rottluff and Rick Lawson, catchers  - -pcpil Lcachman, Rick Lawson and  Brenj   Rottluff  Need some money?  Otir persftiiil  are easy to get."  Duffy  Crab ' Crackors  lONpertaS nl  l|i(> jol), .Sei'liell  Hoii &    pi-puho' ".Stinl'iioil   IHlimir,  Thl.s   won  (inn Cluh ini'jnlM-T.s Hill j'luilUn nnd    Hie llnnl Midi rokbriilim) whlcli  ig  Hon iSiX'iin.'r cnick opuu Ilu.1 Iri'slilyi   |'nl|iii)|'  'imnilnnly oocli yenr,  '  ci'dIkiiI rii-il'aS lor Ilu.'Anijunl ninl very ' '        ,,    .  ���""*>���.��..,  And there's two of it.  0*5  (  uirirnor l#yor. Summer ale. ���  (Buy both at onco. Six of onch  in Uihait's   ^,-wr--v'  ' toft "'l-ii-IFi-' ���    '  sumnior  , ^'^^H^^  Yau'HMkathQtqsiasI . ^<j/  1  JIllviiilviillKciilcilt Is nol |)iilill'aliOil 0|iil::|)|;iyC(l ly tlio I IqiiOi Contiol  . Uouni or I'y Uio Goyoniiiioiit ul liijli^li CuluinUa.  AH 'Tlm I'iiv I'iiIiiI"protliioianroqunlfly fliinriintO(Jf!,  mid um i y 11 in ..o.il pi <i>'"lli.y ''pi'iovi'l, "III" l'��V  I'liini'" 'In  "  Him 'iw'iliiy  nmioiiui  pioicM.ioiini  ili-cninlni hiniiil nl I'nilM. Y" Wfuld oxpin;! io pay a  nr.pilPin Pilr.n lor il��l> r-ufsfi)nr|lri(; qi'-illiyrlwjr  mUiiMt w�� lii'i'li" P I'h'l f'"r Wb "j" ll<"HK'l<'V��'r#  you'll Ifinl (i .iiirnr-ilvuly-iiiicnd, Buy "l.uv"/}ow^>y  Ihu iiiaiii, l>y ill" liitWm. Pulpi an tlio ho/inty gf  "Miv."��     "    ivi  '  THAflL HAY HARDWARE 1TD,  ,��<-c|-t.)t , ,PhomttB5-f)��28  "Wlion you iiood mnw uHrp cmhIi ftp' B<)nio��  jWupi, worihwliih!, Iiiu.' n w'w <.*iu> u v.t,\tmrTV,  n ii)iijoi',l)����MH(!|ii)l(| iippliiuu.'o, ui'ii vmiiiljoi),  Ij-opc-! fiI'lln(!V(!i'nl wl'iyn you,1:1111 luinnccj IIms    ���  (luul, Bul 11 KoynlHunl' l,i)n��|)liiii pi.THOiwi)  |rgi|),(!ii|| nclmilly huvo you inojioy . . . Im-'cimiho  i|,cohIhlitHH Inn'- oriliiiury buy'pii' 'on linio'.  A lunnnlhii loan iH-oiiHy l,o.)pil. uiiny lopuyy  liii'ivKjiiiMlil. coHl-Htj��'lljljo, You pay uh hncK, '  in (.iip-y jnoullily iiiHluliiMJiilH UiaLnri! wi'i'lu-ij  i/Til, Mf III. your Im-i'IkoI,. Apd llxi, )o|ui in I MV*-.  iliHiiruiiio" l,||��. |>ai'|*ain, ' ���   "    ,   , ���  Huyiil Bnnl't lerippliii) loapg|(iv,o you ':anj" '  in I'ulviiiMHJtioy^u cup t'hop for Ihu \ml'<dcalu ���  IP lowp. (Jiapii iuapij t'i'ti un, WullHo M)|ooli  aricrypfi."  ((Mnmunily Cosner  Tlie Kpyiil UiniW 'J,s jilcn.H'il ii) iii||i|)ly lliiif npiici}' cifllcil  "t'omlpuiilly (wact" for nw by scivlcu tiiihi, cluiii:|i  innii|i!i mul i.lvlc inlink-il oi/jiiiiI/iiiIdii.s Jn pui nu-n, for llic  pni|iow of iiil^-iilslii/^ynai i<|ici-||il ��;Veni�� ny piDcliii/in, II  ynu liuvu 1111 iiiiiiiM|iii.t'ii'u."iil wlilvli yon would |ll���� pi iii)|Kiiir  In  il-h h\wx, pli'.isc wnmiici  Ivcfllr Duffy  nl   H��5-/?<*"..  ...IpJuV I'm uvHiinr)'nl diiiii:liH| aiul Mif-pial yiVif /\Aln��)r Dp"!',*  bull I i>iii|iii:> ul Iho miii'ii! hm'' H -pin, Wllwi) <-i"'"l. (''iin-  MIHiilly Hull, iiiiliniluy,   luiio,:'jfilly ��     A  thin niutD l�� l��(|  o-iori lor llio vorloui ^t-inmlilpo* and  uiiii��iiliiM)��-)-i nl  llio  S'linlilni-  Cqoii' >v|��p  wpmM  ||Iio  l<��  frif��-rrn ;|iij inilillc i?�� apy ptop* tjit-y nye tMPlkll JMAf*!}*}}**-  pr ��;iil<n��nl[iiaiuiil, ,   ���  RQYAIiBANK  ��ec|��cM -u H��5'2a<)' ;,  PPNT  DESPAIR  OR  fULL YOUR  HAIR ...  USE AN  AP-&RIEF  ';' ���   .������',-��� ( 11  WHEN YOU  ��� ''"'���   ��� ��� -i 1 ��� ��� -,  WANT TO  buy; sell,  1     ' 11  RENT; TRADE,  FIND WORK.  PHQNE,  B8S->96S4  ��� hr\t, /Kftyoftttart  TMfo odvoillBing  itpaco oro roat  liaroalnu for ypu.  $oMwortrco*maef  ���pphr-fvr d��i��lf��  on now to ��rfct*cd��  your advctihlnQ  d olio r,,|)li ono  005-9654, i-ieUo!  ���poclql aii  rotos.  "1  *"  v.  I ,."  '. a  ���>v~  L0r^.7%  ���*, * AAAAAat0*0*0,*  ^.A^A.a^>*.A>>'-'^.a^^*^ 0.*.0*0 a\a��ftAa\AAAA^A(l***������*#a��^* to  Pago' A-4 T^e Peninsula Times  ' Wednesday, June 23,1971  Rushe.  ���by Frank O'Prien  O.K., you're against the'Opportunity ?or  Youth Program. Vou don't "tike the  idea that the goverintient alloted pver 57  million dollars to the p'rojeeti ahd the  fact that over ���{50,000 ddliars has been  handed out on the Sunshine Coast really  gets youi dandruff "-ip, O.K.  Let's  pretend that  the grants  would  Dover have been given out. It is summe,i  1971, and no organized yquth assistance  pioguam   is   upcle-r.jyay.   Thousand's" of  teonageib  and "yottug  people  are  ititch-  *hil" iny across Ganada With tew jiostels. to  erasih ill   Hundreds of youh"g people are  - hying on the Coast wilh ..nothing to do.  The 'summer is hot, the time drags slow-  ' ly and the generation gap begins to turn  into  '"In   abyss.   With   the   governmefit's  forced   unemployment ' many     of J tlieni  without jobs, joining with  (180,000 other  able bodied Canadians in'frustration and  gidwing anger.*"  But the young people are' different  from the" simple unemployed. They are  semi-organized and- very vocal. ..  By tjie end of July some 50,000 transients have arrived in Vancouver, hundreds of them have moved north to the  Sunshine Coast. With nothing to disperse  . them into projects, their anger centres on  local issues. Trouble starts. The Four  Season Project attracts 10,000 protesters.  ���    The summer, gets  hotter...  ;   Now do you understand "Why the goy:  . eminent handed  out 57 million dollar's?  Now do .you see why B.C. got  the bulk  ...   ��t' it for  ciimm 11 ni I y_ miiidjed prnjaHs?    o  Last sutwmer Vancouver had more trou-  Brian's Browsings  ^jt*tfrf?uP*i    -  ^*'��tLm^'  ,y-^"Vt.4?  ���      i*    ��"}   ,      ���   *,��aa^.   ^   I    t',<      .  It was heave-ho and away we, go,  for the winning team- in grades 1 and  fag-o-war���at- Davis  Bay School   j  Heave-Ho  sports day on Friday. Pulling with;  all their might from lead to anchor-!  man  arer^Sherry Martin,  Jennifer:  Ov-ans, Penny Berdahl, Shelly  Brenda Clark, Dean Phillips, Michael  Anderson and���Pater Clark.  hie than any city in Canada. The money  isn't to aid the young people in finding  jobs or "worthwhile projects". It was not  given out with the naive belief that it  would enable Canadian youth to see and  enjoy the country. The money was dished  out fur one retison ... to act as a valve,  u safety valve to disperse and weaken  the youth rebellion .the government knew  would happen if nothing was done., In.  the common tonque it is known" as a  pay off. It may end. being a rip off,.,  on both side��s.    -  "���There are a  lot of projects that~wiH  ^^ICt-Uaiiy    hp OflljL nun ryoqia��� fry���fcaaf^g���{1fr|"l  to operate UiTs summer with government  assistance: Perhaps ..organic pig .feeding  will be found profitable and maybe a  sure-fire method of inducing musical appreciation will be discovered. If so it  will be not. only incidental but completely  accidental. .  Tlie best of hick, you with the beads,  bells, boots unit bread. I 'really hope you  have a great summer-. But-please, don't  come r.in to me with what, a great thing  you're doing. Don't bore me with your  anti-establishment -v4iews. You .get nothing for nothing. Let's just hope that tlie  price isn't too high because maybe, just  maybe this summer is the time when it  would  have  al-l,.eomu down.   '  .... ...Tjie<  Gppgi'fppUy for-  Youth  Program.  gaye Mie, government anoUier advantage  tiis/des the cooling off of what could have  been a fpng.lrot summer. They now linmv  the location, leaders name and objectives  of almost every youth project in the country. Mow cool. A secluded Northern B.C,  ���coniniuiiu..'. willi a. computer card in  Ottawa.  If ���anyone   has   any   don bin   that   lliu  future of  the  I'linin.-srilii  is in  tourism, or  that Ilu; way to grow is North, 1 suggest  a  drive   into  the  Pander   Harbour  areii,  In Ciiirdon Bay alone a large sub-division  and  the  biggest  hotel  on  the Coast  are  pri'tiunlly   under   construction.   The   subdivision, (iardeii  Bay Ji'states,, offers  ux-���  elusive waterfront   properly with -if) different, house designs, The Sunshine Hotel  " is being placed in llm old Hospital and  the renovations me expected lo be completed thin weekend .., with'every roniil-  lionl-eil, j,   ��� '  .'���-rl'A ,,up Inwards Miidelra Park,  Ihirbou'ffHupplicH, ��� \nvm (.locirjcui mid  I'himpliig ii'H|��ply slhrii is lining bull! at  llm "Kraiids l-iuiiiiiiiiln I'-iil-nfl'. ''Vllier  id'ing .Hldpper Bill's. Itnsorl him opened  ih* diiui,i., for wind pioiiitsi.n to hu ii \ucnf.  Iivo siininier loin 1st nriin. All logelluir a  iii'ohI linpri'iiidvii iiMiinpln of what lliu  I'liiiinsiila's  fiiiuri! holds. h  .,,  And   f'oi'liiijl ,,,' "well   SitHiull.   Is   i,l|ll  Win kin/! on ii 'boa   '  r���-by Brian Heaps  WELCOME   to   "Brian's    Buiwsmgs"   a    uli"  This yeai all the teams in lliu Minor  column dpsign'ed to bring reiiders addi-    League -pe in the pioyttl'fa an<*i my pm,  tippaliiews on sports, uommunity affairs - team could win the chiinipidnsliip.  and other events iiv the qibsons, Hopkins "ft Iras 'been a good year fpi- biiseb'i'J'l  {,an"fing, Granthams Lancfing, Poi-t.Mellon areas,- .'".,-.'-  NE3WS 8PIEF  The Ilqpkins J-aanding Stpre has been,  -soltl. During the past week Mr. and Mrs.-  4. M..��nd Brian Heaps who'had  been  pperalhig ' liye' -store  tor   the   past  three  years have hcipded over the keys to Mr.  ana", Mr-*, J, A.-. M. Morrison'. .'" _  'John A- M. Mwriso'u is originally from  Barro"' Outer Hebrides (Generally known  as. the Tight Little Island) Seoliland. Since  105-1 Mr. Morrison has been an electronics  technician TV & Radio') in Vancouver, and  also has  been  Electrical  Sales,   lie  is "a  gtielic speaking  piper and"'can  playvthe  accordion.   In   IPO']  Mr.  Mdrrjson   visited  Hopkins  Landing and  decided  here  was  the ideal spot to settle down. Mr. Morrison was born and brought, up in a store'  and   post  office,   and   intends   to  set  up  special   television  s'ervice   for  store  customers in October. ,  Mrs. .lean Morrison hails from Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and has .worked  as-a  hotel receptionist and  is fcuiT'erilly  working in  Vancouver  as a  bookkeeper.  The Morrisons have 2 children, a daughter, Catherine,  14, and  a son,  Brian,  ll.  John and Jean's pu.icy will be to .continue  the goodwill established by Mr. and Mrs.  Heaps ahd Brian; and to��.a.ssisf customers  ���in every way possible.  .  Tlie summer season for the Sally Ann  Caipp   Sunrise   is** in   full   progress.   Last  week . lhe "group   known   as the   '/Golduij  Agers",   returned   for   their   annual   visit.  -This���w-��j^lv���the- over  00  as  the ^Gibsons Athletic Asspgiatipit hiis  made sure that any hoy wanting ip play  has heefi placed on p team, Not only \hpi  .but the girls are getting their chance to .  play this year as \yeli."  Much credit Is due to each and every'  person who  puts  his and her  time  to  coach,   help,    and    iinripii'e 'Jhes"*-   ltids..  Thanks go* to those Who keep score each  -\vcelt.      *��� "  The men's softball and  the  women's  ;< Softball leagues are still in action^ .Come  and enjoy  a good  game, of  baseball  or  softball   by   supporting   your   favourite  team.  WEINER POAJ3T  Tbe unnual Hopkins Landing saliuol  end weiner roast wHU again lake place  Thursday, June 24, at (i:00 p.m. on tho  beach in front of Brodies house. The cost  is -50 a pei'sop and. the event is sponsored  yearly, by the Hopkins Landing Com-  .inanity Association.  SWIMMING LESSONS  ������Parents,- register- your children for  swimmiirg lessons. The locations and  limes are as follows:���  GIBSONS  Athletic Association Hall*on ".hnie 21),  1:01) p.m   to 2.30 p.m.; July 2,  IthllO a.m.  '������ to 2;I10 p.m..  HOPKINS, LANDING  Community Hall on June 20, 2:'10 p.m.  In '���::"(') pin.; July II 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  ROBERTS CBEEK���  ^-  -g i oil ll is ittijoy-  nig a week's holiday. In lliu months lo  come the younger people such as Bruw-  iiles, Cutis, Guides will visit the camp  for various periods df lime.  SPORTS  A good game of girl's Softball was  played at the elementary school ori Sal-  unlay. The Esso Marina Cheetas came  from behind to nudge Ihe visiting Wilson  Creek ' 'Wanderers 111-1?.- The Wanderers  struck early- and by the "3rd inning were  leading 12-15. However, The ;Cheetas  -trrrmTptiy   scoicd���  M   riinsTH"  1 runs back and in thu  a   home   run  Legion Hall on June DO, 11:00 a.m. lo  1:110 p.m.. If anyone has any events they  would ,'ike publicized please leave lire  details at  the  Hopkins Landing Store.  Safe Motoring  WHEN going on a long-distance motoring  trip   always   remember   to   leave   an  itinerary   and   time   table   with    family,  relatives,  neighbors or office.  That's the, advice of the B.C. AuloniQr_  TFT  Tearful-12.   " title AssoT"Ta-rn7TT  Wilson Creek got  (ith inning their pitcher hit  to make tjie score lif-17. With One on and  one out the. Wilson Creek butter:popped  up behind .the plale where the Cheelus  catcher caught Ihe ball anintred-.it to  first,^ trapping the runner off the bag I'or  a game saving double play. The Cheetas  won the game with a good team effort,'  .each- player contributing in her own way,  the 3rd anil 2nd basemen and the catcher  each inadeJJ. catches The Wanderers' pitcher and 3rd 'baseman provided the big  >ats for they/ team. All in aM an interesting game and 'those who missed it see  the  girls next   lime Ihey  play.  Baseball is in the fuuij stages as the  Mipor League is in the playoffs round the  Bronco  League are  finishing  llieir sclied-  wTutTi notes flial eirTerg-  encies sometime make it essential to locale a traveler as quickly as possible.  Even a rough estimate of "where and  when" you can be found during extensive  bus-mess or pleasure driving can mean  a bigg difference in locating you at a  lime   when   you   are   needed.  Police often search for days and even  weeks for travelers who neglect to tell  anyone of their transient plans. Highway-  patrols,, frequently called upon to locale  motorists, report virtually complele success when given even a minimum of  itinerary  information.  While chances are small that any individual will be vitally needed during l-rtis  trip, why take tlie chance when only a  brief sketch of your overall plans in the  hands of the right person on the home-  front 'could be so important'"  '  l>  well   Sue!mil.  Is  IllUIM'hilll-  innip.  Dental Topics  A Step To Prevent Some Bone Pispi/don- '  SCIENTISTS    may   have   discovered    a  -   common   origin - to   many   speech   or  growth     problems., found    in   children.'  Through   early   iiivesligalioh   and   treatment,  many   of  these defects 'Could   pos-   ,  silily  be eliininnled,  it  is.' hoped.  Many of lhe defects were found in  llm face and skull, ���including speech and  olln'i' sensory impediments, Wliile heredity'may bo a fa<;lhr,tlie researchers feel  it is possible Ihal disturbances in early  pregnancy could exaggerate a defect,  ,  All I lie children tested with speech  and growth problems seemed normal a'-  birth, but luul many infectious in. I'daney  -including pneumonta, All hud pool' appetites, As infanlK Ihey had trouble hi'  feeding, usually cburiictmi/cd by loss of  food  through  the  nose,  It. is. Imped 'thai this omiy Hyinplom  may lend piironin, denllsls nnd physlclaum  lo look' morn closely af n child, who  olhurwitii! immntt iumllhy,.  ���'.'Kuril of the "children luiilecl wins'slow  to hrlk and hud iiiisiiUpcech nijd urllculii-  lion problems dun .to submucous ��i��'H  palates. Theim bidden liufln could only  he fell and nol Minn, no are olinn ovni'i  a   looked'   In   Infancyi ' 4,,  '  Bonn   inlnriliilion: wns   common'^ All  nggsgy   Gaining Ground  Puvii*' Way..School Sport's Day iindcn'  atipervifiiqn pf principal IVTr-j, (JJaclys  Laird aiul Mrs. Mildred Tracy wilh  (ho hplp of in any paren'ts wa.s a happy ii y.e n t will) -children enjoying  ihemselves despite a .slight dri/./ak*.  l-ullipg. for a winninjfrtnkh in grade,'-  .'J and 4 iug-o-war are from lead;  Danny FluninieiTell,, Hrendn Mar-  .sliall, Kenny Neltion, Brian' Uryson,  ('arlune .leffrles, HrUin Andernon,  , I.arry Wil��<��l, ISddlu William;- "and  Neil ('rant,  EFFECTIVE:  JUNE 23 - 20  faces had small receding.chins, small luv/  cheokbnrie-v'niid severe upon "bile." Alsu  common wereilefeclti in finger;! luul Inc-v  In  sensory   lusts,  at  least   10- tiiiies1 lln  norniiil   conciintialions    of   swumI,   soiii,  bitter mirl salty substaiii-i-s Were iinedc.i  lie fore ll)<i chi|di,en..c(H|l(li���r|il!lifc|l dlslfun,  IiikUih.  'lVriublti   In  ilriliiellng  odouiii  nnA  im | mi red' fenlliig in llio niniilli arid IuukI  Were hIno coinmon.           ,        ! ���  Canadian   punla',. Ai.sii  In   UK}'/, Biitliili Coliinihlii  liml  ii ,/,,!,  liidiinlry, a i.iiihII uxpoif Innln m IiiiiiIici  mm or I wo, wliallnK ,niiliir|)i isns, sawmill,  grist  mills,'.brnw-iiiiin, i|i'rii|||i>rieN nnd ;,  siilipon caiiiiiiig plant, on Iluii I'Vaimi" Kivoi  fl  JANUARY 16,1971  MAY 22,1971  788/000 Bntish Columbians gainfully employed  841,000 British Columbians gainfully employed  ��3,000 more people at Work  'J'MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiMiiiiMtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminmiiiiiMiiniimiiniimiiniiiiiiiiin  9\eai        ?  man  m��xwsf*m^*  mwimta&&.'A,ri. ���***������.  SECHRUT r- 005.9416  irnjiifi[!iHi!��!Minii{;!!iiii!!iiiii[tni��iiit!iiiEn����!M��ii!it��!i:!ai*niiiiiiiiiiii!nniin!n2;[����iiHinnninii!:iiii  CROSS RIB  ROASTS  ii.:  IKSS  SAUSAGE  A ARDMONA  PEACHES  Holvb�� and Sllcml,  14 OK, *%  Iinu  tpr  0OS  ^^BW-u^rrrar;.,;'  'it FRENCH'S,  <5 ox,  |or  ���  SWIFT'S  LUNCH (MEAT  Prom,  \% oz,  l.v/lfsh 1o. druw ntlontlon to my policy alntbinoht'ln my luirfffot nddrof*9  lnoHiiiii.iii in iho i.ufjl''|{itm:��mir��l*riiiiryH,i!i7J., whichruudb i��t> folfowt-s  "H It* our wIhIi, ll, N our Jlouiro, It Is our doiormlnHtlon, lli.it moro joba  Im i;iuiiI(ii| wllliln Hrilit-h f'oliifiil-jn.Tlio Qovornnjont will not only hAa**  .ii'.llo'ii on |ln own ii<:oount, It will Sfiok tlio cqoporntlori of l-n'-lnm-!-, of  liibonr, of nil -uii'iiioiil'' of llio ocoiioiny mid o6|ioc|n||y from ovmy  'ill/on lii ihJH Provliifiu 1<�� |)rlii|{ tlilts (il)oiit, I wnnt to t-trui-i- Hint lln-i  li' Hm mliiliniim ohjocillvo/loi; nobody my ll |�� Ijiu niii'slinnni, Tlm nihil-,  luuiii olijuiillvo (Iiiu your It* lo Inorrintio llio niiinbor of loi'ni'of pnoplit  P..��I n I n 11 y < ��n 11 > (oy o 11 11 oj j j. C )c; t(f M q r. J,, 1 u /0. t�� Ug l�� | m r. 1, lay J. I "y il l m I li I* ^  lliiiin ol ,'li,0('U," ,    i  ��� Mr. Hanoi), tho |ii|ti|or of tho opposition lins nalwd piibl|cly:"Wbor"  mio iiiu Join. I'l'iinlor ijonnoti proiiiit-pd/"  I mil islnrl lo i\i\i\uiM\m Hint In ncgonl��l��:�� Willi llio Inlrmt f|f-iirof�� of 1|)�� ,  ,1 ���oilllllloii'llurfiiill or I'bitliilloii, (,'tliiWii, Wlllol) bovu ji'ibl liii'nn irilonnoil,  tho numl-ur of pooplo nnlnfiilly Pimployo-I In Hini:,li Coluibbiii Una  liKJlMiitxnl by l).'j,Q00 IhiIwouii Jdiiniiry Ki, VJ/l .up. M>iy M, J!'/J.  Lvmi (;oiii|).iio(l to Outijliur 17,10'/(), tlio \\\m\\wt of Urllblj Uo|umb|fi/ia  i',nli|lii|ly oiiiployoil Iiiiii Inuroii'.orl |>y a/,ooo��   /.. ,   "  our linn policy. My aovfirnmoiit liollovuq Hint m-omployni��nt In MrlHi.li  f/olinnlMrt Is niiii fnr too liloh, lint In i*plto ol tlm thonbiiml-. ntlll Hoi:^n(/  io our piovlniKi, mi()mp|oyrn��i)t,|if-d dioppmi py 2J,qoo from hipumy  30, 1.071. lo Mny jtt, 1071, 'fli����po||r,|��i" wo huvo Iii,.i.(|.iii.I��hI fn ,Hl  mnUpu nt tlio ooonorny will ltopafH||/ra4iico ft imoii fmiiior, A lii-flo  u-.p,imilon of iiollyiiy In niloroMallon, liyilro dovolopmcnl, lil(j||Wrt/  cMiibM-Hiillon, l'i ovlocbil jMnSt. Mini Uio oxloiifilonn lo lliu PQliltt cronliinj  '-l��pr��-��uw-jQ)����lorMrlMah-Co|Mnil9ian0'fivary"~fiioiiUi. ���   '  A��J  2f '&���������  , ij0* ���     \  i^0-^i  _^x/--  Tlio (iovorni'ionl of Ibo IYovIikmi of hr|l|i-|i Co|ii'mblii  :i\p) \imwm\myt,i\,bjjonnou, p^mlor.     �� .  ,,,^ -,/^n,>*v.,i^^VH*l��^��������rt^lWfc*^*^��,it1-^-.f*^y,B"y'.' ��|k|#��  * t 'fr    M*t **���*���*    -* ��**  -*>��-h.<��^�� J0 0*%^  ����� .��t *    ���   ����� *  "'^���>iaM>nal*/lAA   ������    ���  '    V'MlfP    *    '  1 *>\M ��� "��  **^��^K��  1 w  k +*+*m ���* *0*****  .��0*0.*0 **)+���'**.* * .......      ?  ��J**J1 V*- *��� & ����bi f��fit iLA aAaAA^ **\*% **< Xi*,*** ik*+ �� *>*-**������** **0***i*^+*-^*��*i.*<*.*00i0.0i*.*0.**.**.0ir.iK i  ��� *" * * *��� f    i * e - >  ��  r-  At Prince George .    :::ry;���, "'���" '������ *"*t��iT"����"  Branch 89 Senior Citizens  gained resolution support  HEQUI+AR lineqtinii ot t'io Senior PHi-- 1'ivmg hoiuis on a more r(?'iiU'��ti�� apd oflW't-  ���   'UMjiatwjj, "V" art* .*..*��      v.* J'1"   1  ' -.V>->'"    ''^^^'j "i  Distorted Minds . ,  The above two pictures are of the other activities taking plate at Rob-  back and front of-assign- after half- erts Creek there would appear to be  wits; hadjiilished with it. Advert.isinf-    merit in t,he_iilogaas. and any-fraying.  a .subdivision at Roberts Creek,  the needed would seem, to be from the  sign cost more  than fjilOO and  was weird people responsible for the out-  erected by a local real, .estate agent, rage.  From vandalism  such  as this and ���  -sens Association, Branch 60, was held  on .June J7t.l1 in Mie Sechejt l<egion ifl\}\.  After "0 Canada," President "VJisl. Madge  Hansen, caliBci for 'a*. nripiito'g.. slient'e in.  memory of late niDinhQi's, Mr; Ted Biggs*  of Selma Park, Mr. Frank Ball of Secheilt,  and .Mi'."'John Sear pf Robert's? Creek.  After the reading of minutes and cpr-  1 espmide-icG, _ihe_._xllffei-ei.t committees  gave-rejDorts. Mf. Dave Hayward announcer' there would be a jnis- trip to Vancouver on Tuesday^ July, flth, (caving  Sechelt at the visual time of tl a.m. The  plan' is to visit as many parks as time  permits* t��- .'places like Stanley Park,  Qiieen Elizabeth Park-, Park & Tilford  etc., with time out for lunch.. Bain or.  shine, this trip should prove to be most  scenic at lliis lime of yeai\Those wishing  o go, contact Mr. Hayward-at BH5-075.**��.  As    usual,    non-iuenibers   are    welcome.  ��� Smoking is not permitted on the.Ihis.  Another bus trip for Golden Agers Day  at   the .P.N.E.   on   August  '"1st,   is  being  planned. C"c-l-��y''ui" riun'te in now foi" reservation- tin tlm bus..  Mr. Hayward proposed sessions in  & Crafts be starterr in the Fall. Tlijn.k  about it, during tbe summer and bring  your suggestions to thu-September meeting. There will tie -110 meetings during  July and August. ^,  Mrs. Esther Wager-as Ways & Mea"?*!  Conveiiir, js busy with plans lor the" Fall  Bazaar.  ���    ( Mis.   Ifcizel   Evans   ami-   Mrs.   Madge  llansen, delegates   lir.llie  recent   Convejv-  lion liilld  hi TYinee(TimVrrje"  i-e|ioTreTl  oil~  some nf  the  highlights   there,  'fhe  Heso- -  Unions   yeie   carried   al   the   Convention,  were printed, and  a  copy  given  to each  member In he read and studied at home.'  Only, in   this   way,   can   you.  learn   what,  the Association  is  doing on  your behalf;  Read H, and  become informed.  The greetery for- the day were. Mrs.  Evelyn  Bnsliull and  Mr.  Jim-Derby. Tlie.  imonthly   raffle   was   won   by   Mrs.   Mai-  "garet CYawlurd. Membership js constantly  growing u.iiri stands close to the 100 mark.  __^^Thi^JrJijalJius-^trlp: fin .liin�� :"nd  was  able basis, to 'all pn tlie Q.A.g, Pepsipp  -  .'Besofved that we petition the Provincial and Federal Gpverpiiieiit;���     ���  1. Tu alloy Medical Cartis to-all Pensioners reaving tho Qiisranteed Ippome  (Supplement-.  Resolved that we petition the Provincial Government;���-    "  1. To ensure that all containers of. pres-  c-Hplion drugs |s$ued by a Pharmacist  bear a label showing name of the drugs.  2. To raise' the maximum allowance  for. para-mpdics from $25 to $100 (as in  Ontario).       .  3. To include treatments by a qualified  eliirapraclor in the B.C. Medical Plan, on  Hie same basis as treatments by a niedieal  Doctor-. v '   .    '  "4. To include free ambulance service  in the B.C: Medical Plan.  S. To make a greater effort to p'rovide  and* construct, more Nursing Homes,'.continuing Care Hospital, medical'and nursing care for chronically ilil palhmts,, and  more intermediate cure facilities.- :  fi. To encourage the construction of.  more low^ rental bousing projects.  7. "To introduce more.control over increases in ivpt.  fl. To   make   Bus   Passes   available  , till, ort h.Ar.s: Ponsion.  A rc��pJ-|tion sigpod by (he President  , and Secretary (ii Sechelt Branch (jO was  p|-osQnte.dJ'ro|.* the, floor, and was carried  ���unanimously. If, road in effect: Resolved  that free apihul'n'pe service |jg provided  for reorganised territory through t|ie  Regional Board or other means. Miss  Adeltj tie l^'ige was -���guested-'to .spe��k  to the n-ept'dg In regarcf to this, even  though .Miss de l^nge.w^s ppt a delegfite 1  byt was a visitor, Spe ppipted pu| thai  Sec|ie|f .uses the $3, per capital grant fpr  free airihidanep service to jSt, Mary'"- ftps?  , nhat whereas residents of unorganized  territory siic'i as *3etrrc-a Park add Half  Moon Bay eUvare denied, the $3 grati'i..  >WERS 1  From 79.50 io t16.50  l-o-vnn'O'vcr Accctsufiqs ��� Blades  ���H��l?? ��= Kiy�� 'r**. FltrlntjSf���������*��������%*���. -  You'cart save every week with the  ��� lowest prices on the Peninsula  -     on ;  USED FURNITURE  AND APPLIANCES  mm swap & shop  Behind MacGregor Pacific  Fletcher Rd. pf Highway 101,  Gibsons  ���5|ares. Life Jackets, Paddles  *  Fire Ext-inauishers  Elilge Pumps (Electric)  ���*!  Water Skis,  Tow Ropes,  Tow Bars,  Boarding Ladders  and Fenders  SECHELT CHAIN  saw mm LTD.  Cowrie St.,  Sechislt  ''-.   Phone 885-9626  New Village  '*"*"!  r%  it*  M  ', 1 I'M  i i-n  hli'.  > 1' '<'  i,  '. ''i  'i  INCDHPOHATION    of    the    Village    of  Lions Bay lias led to greater representation   on    the   Coast   Garibaldi   Union  lloard nl Jli-alth. .  . ���'I'll'"- tfii-n-d  mm iiwlwips .veprpmm  talivcs fiom the thrcp school dlstlipts Of  PowolP Hiver; Sechelt and Potiamisli;  three regional Districts of Powell Uiver;'  Sunshine Coast and iSi|uamisli ��� Lilloool;  vllages of Peinberton, Gibsons, laions Hay,  Iind Secliell and lire municipalities of  ���Sijiiamisli  and   Powoll   Uiver.  Moelini' last week in Gibsons Health  ("outre, eleven reprusenlalive-j, Pr. Gemmill, Health Unit Di reel or;' Mr. Peter  Hell, Senior Public Jl.eallh Inspector and  Miss W. Duvies, Nur-jioi* Siijiei'vihor dis-  laldsl proposal froni Ihu Provincial lleiiltli  r'uslsod 11 variely ol' , ninller.H iiicludlnit  Depiirlinenl regarding 11 menial health  pi-ii/U'iiinirie in  llio dlslricl.  The propnyiil fii'llowK a lellur mint from  tlie Mnioii Hoard,of lleullh In Ibo Dcplily  Minlsler  pf   Menial   Jh'iillli  Services.   Dr.  U*  v *  1, a.  if  1 >  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS , , .  ^^POUBLE FEATURE=  11  Poriab Gray"  1  * t  ��*fJ j if mi,  1  1    lj  4 .   I,' .  ���4' '}  II  "Carmen, Baby  BOTH lieSTRICTEP  WhhiIimj; '(nlmn liilimoin Soxiifil'Sniniiia'.  K, VV. M��.l)oiin|i|( li,C, Clowailiuil.  (.AST NIGHT���WEPNESPAY, Him %*}  . of fl p.m.  U  Anno Ciililm r/'M-'boll os> Culny   ,lll'f��,f'l��Yf,?gllvi,|.,^\J,is!.lif)*;l,il?J.   f^> v  1  STAItKII-K.-      '  ,, /  Aniui iuliliu Moiialinll I* llmolliy I'nlloii,  THURSPAY, FHIPAY & SATUWRAY,  June 24, 28 mid 2A at 9 p,m,  p-"���HinrD'T'ff"'-- ' i-tiT7r|.tr-a-ia,-irira!rTtaaa  P. G. Tucker-, protesting removal of Mental Health. Services at the end of June  from School Districts.  .pif.f4c1.Jty appears to be .recndl-niuiri.ul  a trained 'isyohjutrist as ti>ey do be|.t.er  fo,prjv��tp prqctjpp In'thP '-hy-  In place of tf-p l.rpvpjli*ig hiental ,tuHillh  clinic jl. v/iis suggested that an expni-jen-  cerl psychiatric social worker plus a stenographer be, placed on a permanent basis  at Powoll Uiver. The social worker Wi 11  work nnd or direct supervision of lire full  lime psychiatrist localcd al Cnurlenay. ||.  is hoped to. extend this service to lliu  Sechelt and Gibsons area. Sijtianiisii will  lie nerved by the Mental Health Cent re  in Ciuiuillam.  I Alderman Gerry Gray of Powell Uiver  fell that lliis would over extend the  clinics at Courtenn'y' and' Coi|uit'a'���� ami  Nulled if lhe arraii|<iinii:ii-l was Hatiisfiic-  lory In tlie Hen I lh. Unil. He also pointed  oiil'llinrihiH was only 11 proposiil ami lhat  further action should Im taken lo nnsiu;,i]  Uiul 11 prof'riuuiiie replaces lj')n liiivel'hni'  ��il|i)|ii' wliii.il will ,|m ilini.'Oiiliiuii.'il' lillil  inonlh. Tlie need for a stationary menial  , licullli iiinii!' in Ihis liiuillh Unil whu  proved in the Dericinlinr reporl, lie mliL  |)r. Giimmill loll ihul lhe la'Dpnrliiienl  of lloiillli sluiulil- lie Kiviin a cliiiuci'i bul  ��� If nollilng is forilicomlii|-, iiiroiiger jii-oi-^  liili'ii idibiild "bn exnrli.'d in lliu full,  Aldnrniuii     l,,iinlyirg    of     I'niiilif.'rloii  ' pointed out thai tlir lloiillli llnll luul been  told   lo   Ihiiili   of  llm   I a "<payers   money  Imlurn niukiiiK  an iippoluliimul.  lb    Giiiniiijll  cMplniiiud   Uiul   ph.yi.iiln-  lrl(ivKi)i.'iiil   woiliei'ii  urn   wall   Irainorl   ill  ini-iiliil Im -ji i 111 nnd .niiii.- lo iiii cum.' worl.  In Um arnii,  -   Nur-ilH't   Siipeivl^iir   Minn   W.   Duvlen  , rr!purii:d'"r- nnv;ii'for 'inrinr puiwi', in ih��'  Siiiiiiiiiinh School  Djiilrii.i iirim,  . operation  l)o��irni��ip, T.li, Ch^l��/ .will  lid In llm hr-iillh djiilrlrl iltn)n;' Sii|ili!iii|ii'r  mul Oniober.  enjoyed very much. Places of interest  visited were Kraiicis Peninsula, Madeira  Park, Huby UiUe, with a slop for lunch  a I Garden 'Hay,  Mis. Hansen thanked Canon Greene  for acting' as Chairman' al the Service'  honoring Canada's pioneers, held on Sunday, June I'Hli. Others assisting in the  service were Ilev. I). Popple, father Alex.  Simpsin, Hev. H. Allaby, Hev. S. Cassells,  Ilev. 1). Brown, Mr. . Norman Lambert,  and Mrs. IS. Knnle. Solos were sung by  Mrs. Luclle Mueller and Mr. Dave Hay-  yard. A ijiiarlelle composed of Mrs.  Eleanor Uugge, Mrs. Lily Duiilop, Mrs.  Dorothy Stocky el I, and Mr. Hal Uuggc  was much enjoyed. The service was followed by refreshments and a socfail hour;  If you were not piesent you missed an pn-  Joyab|e-apd-ins|)inn�� meeting.���   TIlP Pi'f'Br'Hn lor the afternoon began  with Mrs. Lj'y DuiiJop, aDiiod in exolij  Hawaiian Gnslumo, surging Iwo beaulifiil  Hawaiian ��ongb, accompanied by Mrs,  Hazel Evans. Then followed Cominunjly  singing, wilh Mis Jluby Jhilcjiei al Die  piano. Aflor refreshmeiiis, Iwo litlle girls,  'Charlotte and Ava Handi, skilfully danced  the Sword' Dance. Thus ended another  pleasant afternoon.  Hesolulions friin S.C.A. 1071 Cofiven-.  lion'held in Prince George^ .H.C.  These Hesolulions were carried,' and  Will be sent to lhe Federated Lenislalive  Council io be made into bejel' and even-  lually iiresiJiilcil lo I lie various levels of  i'ovi.'iniimul. Hesolve.d lhat we petition  llm Ij'iideral Gnverniimnt;  , ���'  ,  I, To liicreaiie  Iho Old" Ago Sccurily  'Pension  lo $101) pee Jlioiilli  bnsm.  '*l, .'I'll iillow -woiiifip Iii- rei.'ciye lhe  OA.S. piiiiiiioii al 1)1) yearn of age. (Tills  was iioiii   by {-M-'h'-'ll   ih"iincli. (ill),  .'). To Jiii.'reiine Um amounl of limomc  Tux, Kxenipllin for Sunioe CHizmiH lo  >'f,0'��) single, .ti'1,0110 iiiniTieil,  ���I.  To csiiinpl   finiu   liiciiii'ii!  Tux ' lliu  ���O.'A.S'.  I'ennioii  niid  Guiieantlmil   Jin'Onm,  (i, To'rei.lurn Ibis ,1(11)1111 pee iiiiniiin Ex-  I'implloii   from   limnriln  Tax,   hi  rni.-lpniilh  of Um ll.AH, Piiiialon al llm age of Uli,  (I    To linniedliitnly |-iiis|oiu Urn eoi.l ol  Wallor.Snfaly *��ny��i  "KihkiI or ilil low In n  c{iiio"ii, || iip-nil, HANS  C)(S In 1|ip rfppttn wiilli  help unlvui*,"  rpouEMAN TPMBI5T  CAiMf* STOVP .,-..   COLEMAN "-���*-���  GAS LANTEBISS  COLEMAN CATALYTIC  HEATERS  COLEMAN 1 GALLON  PJCNJC JMGS       PUBGESS^ VOLT  BAPAB LITE  CAMP COOK SETS���4 patty  Reaulur 7.95  STYROFOAM PICNIC JUGS-  Rcaulqr 1.99  AIB MATTBESS-.-30x74���  Regular 6.88" ^  CHARCOAL BRIQUETS���  10 ll��, .,   FOLfilHG C/HAIBS���Luopprd Sldn���  RcQular 6.89  SALF/pocfi  SALE, cadi   Z*tt*&&  '���"���VM*V^4a��*fli *��>*���.  SALE,  opcIi     .... SALE, each  SAiVE, each   t>  -���-    SALE, per idt  1  Gajlon���  SALE  -Plata'ic, r011 nil-  SALE  .SALE  SALE  GARBAGE CANSr-14 flo|!on~0o!'*ofopu--  HvQtitpt p.70 *. -..**.*.   '  PLASTIC PA��L5-^*  Regularise  LAU">*pBY,BASKETS-  Bogglar 1.09  BROOMS���rSofhuvpcp���  Regular 1t29    '     '.:...'.  IROHING BOARDS��� '  Bcgular U.2h '.,,...  BATHBOOM- SCALES���-   Regular 9.85  BATHTUB SAFETY TBEADS-  Rugiilqr 3.98 ..:.    .. SALE  wm  SALE.  SALE  SALE  SALE  COLOB T.V.���25'  Regular 749.95  -Coryelle-  SALE  CASSETTE RECORDER WITH RADIO���LloydV  ^iiiwi^Hiw^W <^' 'i''^1  FOR ALL  YOUR"  IiIAKI'IiNOi  ,   (OaliuiiToui.U'1 h l.nnit.n ||u|iun,    ,  __, RfaTIUCTltP   _ ^__   V/iiiiiiii'i.  "' otlii'liM. nmy dn iiiMiiini|f   ;   p, 7/, l/irnonold.i* C: f tinnit(ti:i|  (Mill,  wm 1 ill li)' I'M Inditd  under   pYole-.!  M��p. Twillohl  H)ixiP>d  SUNPAY, MONPAY, TUE5PAY,  WfPNfSPAY, hmti 27, ?���� 29 md 30  1 nl B p.mi i       ,  I.*-..,    .^..���,.<t-.Vn;,'��,��;..-|TTn-r,-T'f ���'i'-if - r-   f" ***">,,���"���'���  FLOORCOVER9NGS L7D.  lo"i9 SiiihIiIdo Comt  Mlfllmny ol *vVyii(jor:it Jtooil, Gibsons  -���' -     '  Pliontj ROo 7112 _:._.-.,.:,..,..  A CARETS    ir, TIU:S    A UNOLKUMS  :.'...> HOURSi \  Clo-<.'��l Miiodoy, Qipo-j 9 a,m, * 6 p.m. ������ frMoy Nlfjlif Til ') p.m.  EXTERIOB LATEX  While  'IHfERldR LATEX���While 6. C��lnr��  SALE, per aaMupt  Regular 79.95  CASSETTE BECOBDEB-  Bugular 69.95  -Sanyo���.  SALE,  PAINT BBUSMES~4"~  Regular 4.30  ROLLER COATEBS���  BooiilarJ.39-..  TURPENTINE--JI5 nt.,-  Ruaiilor 79s  Gillon  i  ELECTRIC HANPSAWS  Regular 33.95 .  SABRE SAWS -  Bjacli 0/,Puc|itrr,  BELT SANRER~,  Black % Packer  14 piece Docket set,   Regular 39.95  2Q PIECE tiOCKET SET   -     '  Regular 41,95  PBOPANE TORCH KIT���  Regular 11.75-,  6 PIECE SCREW PRIVER SET  Jf?PMl��l^i?.*^-^����������^  MANP STAPI-EBS    Anew -  Regular 2,65  AXK 2I/-1 Id, J'  Huguloi 5.69  TOOLS  111' ,        '1.  a"    ������-���  7*��9^n,.2.49  ��� ^  SALE, each ��  SALE ��  SALE  SALE Xjr��  5AI-E  SALE  SALE  CASSETTE BECOBPER���Coryelle--  Rogulal 39,95  TRANSISTOR RAPIO  Bcfjular 39.95  ELECTBIC GUITARS-  Bepular 49.96  GUITAR AMPLIFIERS  Regular 59.95  -Sanyo���  SALE  SALE  SALE  SALE  29.95  SA^E  5ALS 49.95  GARDEN SUPPLIES' '  t)AI.E  SAI-E  ���W��AI-'R��  1., SA|.ie  6ALE  GAS I.AWNMQWER���  IB"���Jubilee   ....  GAS LAWNMOWIER���  20'��--Jiihlleo  GAS CAWNMOWEB������  ii"*~.uMlM  ELECTRIC LAWNMQWM'���  18"--z��piih  GRASS CATCHERS -  Each,    ������  4 HP  TIIIMl---  TILLER���  *ALE  SALE  ', 5A|.Ef  SAIf  sa^7��99  SALE  &AM  l'7f��W  FISHING AND HUNTING  MISCELLANEOUS  SALE 74*^  VACUUM CUbANER    Zeirlih   -  Regular 89,9^  PORTABL"/ SEWING MACHINB-  Regular 74,95 .......  JO" OSCILLATING FAN -  Regular ,24.90..,.. ,  10",SEA BREEZJi FAN -  Reflillfif 19,95  SALE,  'I  SALE  SAL.K  MAT 'CO*/Ml'*��  Hauler V,��0  srAT'COVfRS^T^FT-wMi-  ll..-i|,��|0| 6,9��  BUti  5CR|t|tNS -~Ktu.lt  BABY AUTO SLAT���  H<ia��lmJ),9i^ ,.* '.�����,  CAR BAT1ERILS   -  12 vol) (25r,BJ"fq-ili  GREASE GUN5 -  Regular 6,99  TRAM'ER HITCH    Universal  Regular 7i35  AUTOMOTIVE  Oiluii p(|��  SALE  4.99  SAL*. 5*99  5PINCAST POP, REEL,  ANP LINE SIT- ���   "  5PINCA5T  BOPS    TROLLING BOPS -/'��-  Reuiilai 10,95  TROLLING REELS���4"���-  Kugular 5,25  THQLI.|HQ  RfcELS r6" Pwiir-  Regulei  19,96  splNNiNa pops���y. .  Ro9��'l��r 19.95 . ,    .  MFE . ,    . ,  MCK MS-  SALE  SALE, (rem  "" sale'  SAIP  SALE  SALE  a4*95  JLI |'R^".UBL 5Y5nM-Beelly���  Regular   I r*5,95 ,    '  SELF PRIMING PUMPS  .,,.. Itc^ulo�� 27*95 -��-,.��-.��., ���,��.  100'I'LAST'C M'fi���  l/i'i.*~* 1  100* f'MSTIC Pip**���  SALE, eiii.li  plumbing: ~~T~~  4%95  .�����a��K.|^.*t *k/**J��.0*   0*   *  ���������I 0-i*,.    *���       *  ���I"-  *-'.-,.  *AJ-  ���'.        ,  .      a  *      1 *  I'.,"  **  **}  I,  <   ��  W"*\'   C*" *^'��!*e��rtte*^v-W--"^J''"*x._ .���>"���. -a- Si.!*'. .^   -"��S.Li. 0>  :;=;ar*^:'-**%C  "f -*      10) I J ���  <   1  > .,.' J* af  '-       '���,"��-  '*���-���    '��  1    J.fflrtr  -     - *.��**-..-        t ��       -' * * 0        0  .<\��*iri.��a.iit..  ><u s/^rtu ft  Page 5-*  The peninsula Times Wednesday, June 23,1971  **0000t00��0*V0*W0M*,nwi90*0m0i*,m0*sm0mm&0*i^w0��,n,n0^  The PENtwsutAy^^a.  '# -;i<?y "��e irro/ig, but 1 shall not' be .'sowrons as to fail to say H'/iflf1 Relieve to l\e 4%r��",*'  , �����������������    --John Atk*N3  WWwmrmi��M��wr��wwwaitf��a��niumtMi  "O000T.AS Q.. WnnnLfiR. Editor    . ���������'    .������..'-':  w*um&tMmm,v^'\0^,i'^mvmi**,0wm*ni*MWVU0nmm0m0mt*i^0****'00***''''1^  jProjeet   9%B��ia   T# rillitS'  I  rt �����  ��   a- a  * 'si  .r  ;. a  ]AA  'J  c  ��� *-; i  ' *."   *��  ��� v >���  .'    a'-.-ai*  Vi  * '-".;���  i  t.'I  *���. ���'  '.���Pi  'if : '  ���   -4  ������'. VJ  t    �� ,- 1  ;f*-i.  *\> i  ���-V-J  '~'*'  -.-.. >r  * "- - i  ��."'  i ���  Hi1*   *   f  ONE of the most capable and con,sci-  eniious aMi-rnien il has been our  pleasure to encounter diirji\g the past  decade is fieorge Flay ol' .Sechelt who,  unfortunately,Tor one year only served  on Council of Sechelt. When he declined  nominiUkm at the end of hist year the  Village lost, a valuable public servant.  As chairman of parks during his year  in office, -Aid. Flay look a grei'jrintere'st  in flacket't Park and, in fact, \v,as responsible for obtaining eonstderablc free:  labour, use of equipment 'aiid^donations  of materials for the .nevy backstop. This  was the first realfimpitn*6*rnen;ti at the  Park for-some years. -i  On terminating his year, Aid: Flay  was asked for recommendations for tlie  coining year, Ho complied by suggesting  developnienl of the^ uncleared area *>f  the park as a tennis court, a project  considered, at tluut time by his colleagues,  to be a relatively simple and worthy  propositi,  Needless to say, six months later,  the iiiidevelopcd* portion of the park  remains undeveloped and a tennis court  is still but a dream. Not a 'particularly  costly dream but , one'that requires a  littUe vision and aciiviiy by present mem-?  IwsToTjcouncil.  Council does not have a large bud-"  get but neither is it in financial straits.  A substantial sun), has been earmarked,  for badly needed work oh the West Porpoise Bay road. Strangely enough, it is  not being expanded on tlie Sechelt end  or part way along, where most needed,  but at the far end where it will benefit  virtually none of the residents along  the road.     -  However,' Aidr Ted Osborne lias olV  "'feted free use pfhis cat,, where needed  on this particular operation so, it is as-  or,  Thi" Times,  Sir; In a recent editorial; yois femscB-edl  n pi-opusa! by Trudeau to set inji a nuw")87  .erri" city  comprisecl  of  Canada's yo  Yyip siiggesjed/that the money fmr sriiafr  0 project would be better spent 00 sefesw>"ls*,  doctors and Jiivancial aid loi- the-'fi&li-EmwKS..  You sepin' to have ignored some a��g��at~  ' apt, points. ','.'������'.''  ^���'Ina few' years-.most of Canada's pvai-  "pu.lation will lie under the age of!'-23t  is obvious that a  large segment .off -filfe  donated for a oronosed oroiect at Rob-     grdllP   is   ' disenchanted".   'Cmmter- life  cKnatLU   or  1 proposeu projeu in isoo ���    organ^atlon9i    protest    mateft-eiv  erts Creek, little or. nothing is being done     ^n j, .......    t  Letters to the editor must be sigited fry she wviatr. liSdb&stgh a s>m~name may be ttsed^ for pnbl'tcaiioit,  Dmnehanted Youth?  .'liidi'lnr.   Tlm  Times. .. "  sumed, the Village will derive some benefit . J    �����.,'.  As a T'lst growing coniniunity it is  logical to assume that recreational facilities will be given foremost' consideration for while substantial sums have been  on the local level.. From time Uv time  we get asked why a full sized tennis court  has hoi been provided: it is not a niajor  item lint is one'that provides consider*,  able enjoyment lo many people of various ages. Therefore, there would appear  little excuse for why one litis not been  provided. - ,       .  One of oj��r Aldermen, Aid. Benner,  previously indicated tq Council that a  local service club souglu a worthwhile  project. "At his instigation two of the  local clubs were invited to Icortsider  undertaking development of the bush  section of Hackeft Park, perhaps with  .tennis courts in mind. If was stated at  last council meeting that neither have  taken the trouble to reply.  At the risk of sounding rather parochial, ii does seem strange lhat funds  "can be donated for'recreational'facilities,  thai might never get off the ground, somp  eight miles away when we have a desperate need right hera in the community,, in  which most of tlfe funds are actually,  raised anyway.  ���.Council   has   . itself' indicated jjiild  interest   in  the  remaining  undeveloped  area of the park, it would thus seem an  "excellent   opportunity   for  one  of  our ��  local  organizations to participate as a.  combined operation.  To avoid waste correspondence, we  would mention the fact that the existing  Jennis^cQurl-claLJhe-Sechelt lElementarv  [���anipiis uprisings'anc" reheUtotri gaefit^ir-  .ingsi't$ui*ely it would foe .wftFEbwitcfe. bkk  give these disenchanted yowtii a efeacwe  to )"eiease tliejr energy in a "ptisittve wajr.  In spite of llieir apparent ifutt-rjicEiviB-  enee, young people still need mne-i  guidance mul -help..If it comes fraws z&i&^  people of this ���co'untry then thi* ymwng.  generation will be more inettnettl 'tn* Bwe.  part of Ihe country rather than & E&tel-  lious segment.  Your brash statement abetst this- Es=-  kinios presupposes that if gtveevc safflrte,  firuuieial'aid (A mysterious terrn(i swrrni^  schools and some doctors, his pt-n6)."eiiiy��  will go away. That seems to' he ttie typ*  . it-at a^meriran attitude; buy yotur way  .out of tough situations. Have ywm <e-t��nf  considered going into Eskimo teireiiMBy  to live and learn a.lonj*s0ide Eskim*> li-wcat-  panions'r  A city of the north may be the ��m&y'  place lliat Eskimos rtiii.ld be eases! Enn'ia.a.  ^modern society'and still retain Efoek ^wm  indivitluality. Financial aid will ofiEy btzmtl  to rob theni of Jheir talente. Their����� iti  no need to use such-talents when it*mi*t.  god-like haiid doles out welfare.  ���How practical is a white man's st-'no*)!''  To wirat use can en Eskimo put B.*siig:.  fish, lypimj, metalwork etc.? Ma>fcnr m  n.ir oily of the north there wilt be scitu-wb  wheie fhe white man can learn fct��j\��- '.��.  .make-ijiiovvshoes and liow to live m��� fiiv*  arctic- tundra. It is a pity the white maun  always feels everyone .shuntit feat"ft 6nfe7  customs and talents. tbghteuu.*[ftr&s aBi*6  piousness blind, us' finm lUKler-jtanajtiiimis-  ...so...mirch...,-..-.:_  ���'���������������   School is seldom used because it is far  too small for experienced players.  ALEX   NICOLL  Act Now    .���'':'���-���  i'W. Tin* Times,"       ���' *  Sm-: ^fla'edal<jria3 in a*Vancouver daily  g��-*!s ms st��i;ie idea of what our task is  "bsu iii��n("��-j" tu�� light ��ff the attacks, on our  iiairuiate'.u-'ll^y^Mi, '.unspoiled oppep areas east  ��4 i'takiMifise Hay by Ocean Cement" and  CVjiisaii-JM^awaj Aggregates.  ��� ��� THae i��ii��fiarison is the proposed clevel-  cxijiiaaiauniat ifwnap"es ai the. - mouth of tire  Caiffnalasio 'Uiver,i Guiness Park Royal, in-  a��nssit*. Ttuwlal^ willi a minirnum of ptib-  flm^Hy. .teiliun nr fanfare, tlie -good people  ��cJ. ajtuafr ciraea canie up with a directive lo  attiitan; iftegjoiiai Board uf over 700 : to 1  s,igamaa5ii aitae hk-al project.  fl*ikiafte Saitsar in mind that the present  is sswl > inacUvily on the part of Ihose  tetiiw mi&iui devastating, our area. It is a  euHiMifcailtsri tet-liive Of behind the scenes  a*itavaiiy. ana big'- places tu pir.sh this pro-  faaJjas-anO   aiiiilJ-UaJIi   npuii   us.        - -  ���  rGeit *��t* $~*iHi: pen and paper and "write  Mr- WdMii.i^iiji <again), write Mr.s. Dawson  *&��a&mh wriie'Mr. Davis (agaji'r). Time  ��uSH 7��aiiaja t-ufi aul. Lei us not have apathy  ���3*3 -Mn".  beii \i's nul  lie  mi I flanked.  '       l  LAW31KNC10   II    CltAFTON,  i .'.     Wesl Vancouver  Bible Society presents,  colourful motion movie  ' m^m'C-'"1^7'^Mw WixGh Columbia Di^-  Appreciation  Operrrtor ol Type Airways Lid. AL  CampUwII'Ims, tor the past fe'w yeavsi  ailded to tlie Annual May Day parade  by permit-ling his pilots and aircraft  to stage a "fly-past". He has also  assisted lhe Sunshine Coast Lions  ('lubin various, ways-in the pasj. As  a token of apprecia'tion, the Club last  week, .presented Al with-a certU'ic^tp  of Merit. He is seen looking plpaspd  with the certificate which was" presented'on behalf pf the Club hy Ei'ieh  Hensch, loft.  Invermei'fl B.C. wns once cmlled Cpp-  per City and later Canterbury, 'fhe  present name is from the old English  "inver'' niemiing ul (,l)t> ntuiilh of, and  "mere"  meaning   lake.    "  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  JV3ARHEL.  Electric Heat  W*HARF ROAP, SECHELT  Phone 885-2062.  I  s  ^��i^aii@^  BSfM  ���Ai  *' a- ���  - *KrA  l*\J* �� f  k   w-.-    I  .    *  * *  huM  UNDER the very apt|y named "Opportunities for Youth" program, our  benefactors in Ottawa are presently deluging numerous deadbea'ts of society vvith  millions ..of taxpayers dollars for some of  the most incredible projects ever dreamed  up.  The true criminals of this three ring  ci.rcus- are the clowns responsible-for the  allocations. For while our senior citizens  are brushed off with the deplorable pittance qf 41-ctnts u^*\ei]'^A^iy^m}}f)^.  _-pi tb-ine^'t-JMiffleu i Ho^  Bang��  .itrl   i  -"���     f  , 0 . i  '-Jt  '---. 'i  ^    i  "*��� a  t I*  i  t  '  If' .  i  *  r.  t  i  < .1  >. J'  ��� r  *l    -  for instance, the sum of $17,405 call  be handed on a platter fur the purpose  of educating individuals in the availability of social assistance and how'they  may derive full benefits to which they  are entitled. Another.dillyl $l5,.*i()0 for  a project to leach rural living skills lo,  unemployed youth in two cbmmnnes on  the .Sechell Peninsula. $8,425 for a .similar dentin the Gihsons area. 'The jdkc  *>f "_iiM LiyA*:jl.��� ; U.ynii'iune...un Trail. Is?   hind, sons of American business people  ���who own the island,' wish to repair the  'seawater dock uiul improve the  freshwater, well, established gardens and shirt  ' handicrafts, .   ...  .  Tliis sickening list goes on and oh,-  millions of- dollars si|iiiuideieil on, in  too ,mtii]y cases, doadhciils, undesiral'les  imd, \ve wonder, jusl how ninny American draft dodgers, swell lhe "ranks.'  t Sul'l'ieienl be il��� lo say, wp could fill  ii complete page wilh Mich eMimples  of what is happening to the taxes of hard���','  working |ieup|e who aecepi their res-  ,ponsib|li|ii.'s' in life, ,'.",..  What we I'reipienily overlook is llio  I'lict thal'lliere are also very iiijuiy young  people who shun lhe iioii-eoniiibulaiy  iiilliilde of, many of their eoniempoi'iirlo's  and are n.credit lo themselves, their par- ,  cuts and |he eiiniiutinily, llnfoiliinaiely,  il' Is loo easy lo gel I'liiiled away by  mMioiis of lhe lelalively siiiull tniikoiiieiii  (if soe.lcly.  '���������>��� /I'lilfi ��� wwkr we lulu- Our'halsoff lo  11 in sliideii^, .of ��� I'ender llaibour High  School who riilwd money llie hard' way*  by nieaiiK of the reeetil Wnlkalhoii from,  'ii point neai' Miulelni I'ltil) lo Sewhell,  Thin wiih no easy Mini hm they did It  mid In flic pmceM, inificd, p -mbsiaulliil  r.n-L:,-u-,ijj..r..l-,..j.L,.  I '\  1 ���".  \  Bioko C, Aldoruon P'.C,      '  ���"CHIttOPRACTOR"*-   Pott Otllca Dulldlnn tlocliolt  Pliono n08-**333  (toil. 006.232)  Tue.day lit frldoy 10|30 n,m, to 0|3O p.m.  Sqtufdqy 9|3P a,m, to tlOO p.m.  EVCNIWi MY AI'I'C'INTiWiNT ������  sum of money, a small percentage of  which went toward the proposed ball  team toyr of England. They were left  with $1,000 and the entire Siinshine,  Coast might well admire their generosity  in donating the whole amount to a cause  which presently has little or no connection with the; Pender Harbour area,  ���thai of the* Retarded Children's Associa--  lion. ���  When so much parochalism, in many  ways/ holds back progressive develop-  ym^lf, it~iA^fipAtr\inBamMp4a~Brppf*^  'bfjyoupg people stand up with open  n'iinds and unselfishly donate such a large  sum to one of our most worthy,Causes,  particularly when it ��� is considered the  .organization is located at the other end  of the Sunshine Coast, ���  We have no doubt the era of disrupt,  lake-all and give nothing, wiTI soon end.  The society drop-outs, vt)w for far too  long ..predominated the youthful scene,  are on tl*eir_wiiy out ��nd,Jn_tliejr���pliiu��.-.  will~dc;ve|o*p a whole new 'outlook. Mine  nnd more young people .will.lake their  place as responsible ci|i/ens and, we shall  all he belter for il,  This wiir'not jusl happen, il will have  lo be fostered, on us wi.H'therefore resl  upon parents and educators, In this hitler category it has been clear, during  recent.years, Unit even the leaching profession has been infiltrated by Certaih  undesirables, This in lurn has reflected  on students and, in some instances, upon  tlie- whole  community.  hid leal ions nro lhat lhe change is  Inking place and without iiny suggestion llinl others are not doing the same,  certainly lhe actions of local' sliidenis  tpolm llie" way and deserve ihe greaiesi  applause,  Poet's comer  i���.^uiir tniitrlhiitlitiisnri' Invllt'd  won i),s  , , , by DiihII Smyth  Willi liilliii'lnn pen I lull nl' thoughlM,  of Ihliiitn I "fool anil nro,.. ���  * ���  The ilnil hull nlriilii of an old violin,  Iho luul Iiiimi lent on a Iroh,  'I'll" nluiy ol a -ninni'l, tho rli!0|| <In  i|itiol  of nlithl,  Of n |iiiMMin/( lilnl  will) I'olilnn wli'igM,  Ihul   I'IiihIm'h out   oT' fi'hjht,    ���,. ,  ^wyiifriirwirKJA  Editor's comment: There ha-s heea m*  editorial in the Times .on tin.-, .^ubjiei-i'. TBte  writer" obviously refers to tm artiela e-tearr-  ' ly slated to have' heen < unlrikiuted fay  columnist Frank O'Brien, one of C'atiae'a's  youth who has* aeceptetl his respt*naBlr��iB-  ities and works for-a In ing. As'">'t5ie  Northern City scheme, vve are ati! f*>ir m  and consider it an ideal place for ^aete  of "the individuals l-efti'teit to as ~dtis&sn-"  chanted youth". Unfortunatetyr'hes"- as'e  the very same cliaraetors who pretifir t��>  sqi/eak for more vve If art.- rather li.sm  participate in .any projet-t likely e^i. enm-  ppse work and  hardship  Appreciation  Edilor, Toe "rimes, ^i^ J_ -:���>   k ill  Sri'.' Thror.rgli ffie 7 meiTuirn of ymir.  newi/papei" I would like to thank)my gm>c.  nelghhors in Ihe Village of SeeKfeft.   '  I arrived here May 30th anrt slmmt  instantly ran inl/> difficulties. With-owii  their help, kindness and underi'tianatli.ftig,  especially tire pert and hoard, I��� may ��w��ti  have  been  uround   too long.  My gralofiil thanks are extended! tw:'  Hev, I), 1), popple, Mr. and Mrs, ,1. S.  Gihsop, Mr. and Mis. f-!. K. Tandy, Mir. .  and Mrs. William-Takahashi, Ms. Mid  Mrs: .). WorlhingtonrMiH. Almecfa"Why~A  and Mi", anil Mrs, C. l'ji.il��'hisorv. T*�� thtc  moro'hiints uiul Irade.-iinei. Mr. Nay U*"vti*  iruni who wouldn't give up on wti.it- D  consider a lost euirse; Gulf fliulding Mlnmii  I'llectiirr and Honner's Fiirnituie  . My gnuirlHon Patrick Moore is vi'-tit-  ing wilh uio during school vacation ..wll  woulil, |i|<o In lintel boys 11 or i'J. ywns,  old, Patrick -Is inlcre.slcd in ail .Hpott., ..ivl  would like-in cah'li n fish. Wc live in mh.v  Orclifiid" I'lioiio lillfitMHf),  Mil).  IIIJaDA  M,  M��.)����'tK  Bouquets  J'llilor,  Tlm Times,  Mil!, I would like lo give n ���tifmryiH  lo our very doillculcil V*il��:rinnry, I'm..  I'lnry npd hlii Count Anlinul Clnn.- Im  aiirn llinro run imi immy lu hta prnfe.-i..!,,!!.  Hint wniilil give it III||n nuiriial Ific ni;itr,.ii.  lion ho /{iivo oui- "Mngii", Not. ���.,iy ,,'.��,  bul I linvn liniii-il of other mti ���t.'hi-(l.|i.  Uf-nf) ho, bus (lone for people's pets w'bi."��"  tiliowii ho In truly inloicnlcd' In fhe w.H1-  lurn of iiII.iiiiIiiiiiIm and.lhn ''iiii:,!iihf <V��� ��  is indeed liirtuiijiti' tn liavinj" hiich .., itv,H  In  luiik  al'lor  Iho  welfinc of our  BBTM.il ni 31ie Canatliau Bible Society  ariiifcriiiraiUaiaatia:" 'H.'1'.r.Pi. ciajjies of Christ mil  5>r-iiiifi>anji3-dKs iii 42 languages and raised  S231,fX*w im- the circulation of Script ores  Eft Ciitiiafja and throughout the world, de-  ciJasits- K*\ J A "ayinotid Tingley, Van-  ttt&ver. Pis--lric1 Secretary of fhe Society.  "&"iT Tingley i* again travelling througli  filike PravHM-*! uiging increasing support  nurf ttefc Socjeiy vvhich is essential to ail  CTaMrc-fefci an ihen missionary * nit reach  smiw'i asTiijwaral.ne an a world of spiritual  'BaMMfaM. vi'aert- millions plead for a ���message *4 ili-ope.  lie presents the challenge of fhe Bible  Saii{s��-3y Ihrmigh a beautifully colored and  mfpwmg muiinn picture featuring lhe  ' crasriria'raig adf iiie Pidgin New Testament lo  Mlxt"ptv^fiis ni New' Guinea. This film,  ���"CrM JLiiivim Tck". arid a brief addres.s-  wiii im tjjriesenlijd in Anglican Hall, Gib-'  saiwniif cm Jwue 27lh Sunday at 0:30 p.m.  "m aLas CenJenuial year Ihe Society is  . cao"&a|iiaf.-r��illMag with' tfie Churches in dislri-  8��iiiiisiBg ittoiftiagbout ihe province the (los-  p��fcB iA Maj-Ji uj Today's l^ugli.sli Version,  it-Kiiiiilk-Ktl' "CJooi-l News for British Colum-  iijiia" "i'lliiiuis jitfople are being 'reminded  mtiaaait an ss it he JiibJe which is Ihe founda-  tin,��ii.,^!l iiibe ifj<-cr'ohis-which, in Ibis and  a'a.niiirftu liiwaiiilsJw* cherish.      ���   "  -.../ - ', : ' i ���    ���  0M0*00*0***L*M0******0***,***0M0m***0**m*0.  See Hoy* Much More You Ge�� For Your Money?  You can save 2 ways; bwild yQMfself orjet Beqyer  arrange the work for��� ydg. ^eavertTips a ^qrxiplete  selection of 1, 2, 3, A bedroom., precision''built fac-_  -tory homes. There is a home to suit your needs and  financing tailored to your budget. 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S rr 0    1    *   *  ��� f00.00*tf,l,,*,.lt,^,A00t ^Ji.a.aj., JW"  %  House oraanimtion  ��� ��� ���  Gibsons Elementary School  sport interest on increase  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  W11AT house is gniny to win tin: shield  * f|i.is year has boon a topic ol iinTons*  ing Uccmiu-bs Ihe-.i' past i'r-\v wnclis 'in  GrbhOns lili-montary.  Of tho huir Houses -thai tho pupils  aro divided amon|- lor spruits and nrg-rii-  j/.od panics, liorl Houh'c ended up tho  champion- with a total of .'11112 points, a  ]m\t\ of eighty points over their luuirest  cornpotilor.   Yellow-   llouso   was   sucorul  -^itl) WM points, Pi|r.plo llouse .third  wifh��� iH'32 .points, and Green fourth this  0 year;- with   3552, Siru-o   I'9(i3   Iter." . lliiut-e  juis boon  (,'luimpion" twice,  Green  House  four   limes,   Purple  House '.'nht-o.  .Vollow  House was.���.���niirinng li' vidiani   effort  this-  year |o wlni* Iheir first cham|)ioiib-hip.  The House yrtjij'nl-arlion spices up the  interest in sports 'competition ,aud does  its-part to build up a" school .sjiirii for  both pupils and lc!acher;$j Points have  been won tliroUf-hoii-t the school year in  floor hoi-1'o.y, vollnyball,' indoor sports  , afternoons, and til her computjtiv.e evenls.  The biy change in scores comes in the  'Uiintiil s|iiii'ts. day for Tfie inlormeiliale  and primary pupils. The scores in the in-  . ���tprnioi'litilo liporls day held .oh Juno It  were tied Dllli, .('rocn rjlif), Yellow HVS.I,  purple I Kit). Jn the I'rimary spor|s -day:  Ited MUH, Clieen 1(1115, Yellow 1575," Purple 1205.' Since ���fhe prinuuy sports are  mostly races* Ihey can i^el mwre events  done in a .day and ei'iru rrrore pninls' tl'fan  they 'can lie made in tire intermediate  sports. .  Iiici'ivirhiiil   champions   in   the   itil.oi-  pK-diale sports arc: Gills senior (12 years  and   over)   lihonda   Uovaney   with    1.10  "points. Hoys .Senior; Brian ISviuis with 1)5.  In the .luiiinr (11 years and undor). Girls:  "' Judy White and 1 'i"ji'jiy SwTanson with 511  points each, and junior boys, Dairy C'nen-  ilrtir with 55. Hod Devaney had a Isl or  2nd  iiv every event. .  The relay races ended will) Purple iind  Clroen champs in {'iris and boys, and the  ^ffflilliEEIiiflllllliiliHIililllllllliiJJ^UU^ilieoi^iHii..  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL ���- PHILIPS  ....  (...-.  ���J; jj. j". *}*  EVERYTHING FOR  'tH0ME ENTERTAINMENT  * ii: * "t"  FURNITURE  Ph. 806-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  ^i^iWi^'lll^JL1'!^'!:^!'^^^!!'!'^^!]!'  Tug-o-\v'ir by the girls of Green Housp  mid the liqys -of Green House. Green  ] louse wim the team events spot ion of tho  .sports (Ifiy. Spruit  champs were Hhoiuln  'Jicivnnuy and Brian F.vans  Every*pupil enters all tlie events and  cjirnti popils hv meeting a slanrlaul or by  hul|.".|iifj.his House average score.��� Vlie only  limn pupils are .spectators,is I'linnf* the  reli'y races-, and tug-o-war in l.hcr last  boiil"-of. l|ie-aflornnqn of sports. r|iry\    .  The sports day could pot be run Willi"-  tint (hp help of a yreaf number of parents  and live school thanks J hem most appre-  eioiiyoiy fw their ti.ins> and interest. Noon  refreshments .-of-hot dogs, pop, and ipp  crea.m would not be "possible-.without- the  devoted wor|- of parents who volunteer to  do this demandinij job. ' '  B.C. equipment'-men  in Centennial flight  -Tillil T"UTl,lf,n family has been'in'British  Columl'ia for mure thana century and  feels lhirt.it should participate in.British  Columbia's Centennial celebration in"any  ���jppljcahle manner.'  ���As Claiide Hut lor, president of Ihitler  lii-others lStjiitf-'monl laid., Victoria, and  Hiiro"?) Aaspn yeneral manager, al Surrey  are both lieehced pilots, they agreed that  the best w*ry-��to partiripale is in the Lon-  don-to-Vicloria plane contest'next, mont-li.'.  This is a lijC. Centennial' feature.  These two Iiinii equipment learlers in  B.C. plan to fly in the Class C event with  tluijr Aeroslar yoi six-plape plane.  There are Tour caleyories'" in this  !jil75,()()() prize uvdht. Class A is for single  engine planes,- Class- B for twins, Class  C for .liirlin-charged singles apd twins,  and turbines, while Class D is-for'jets.  Handicaps  have; been  worUed out   for  each event. First prize is $,r)(),0fM) wilh jets  not siili-uble. .First   prixe  in each class  is  ' !MiU.'li).' .   . .  Claude Butler's grandparents can.re'fo.  Victoria   more   than   fill)   years   ago  and  were well: known residents of the capital  =="~crTy=Tre~"sT^^  It is almost a year ago lhat Claiide Butler- had a mirt-oulnusv escape when he  Was forced to crash I and. his plane on a  Hiclunond field shortly afler .takeoff. The  plane ' has .how been fully repaired and  is   ready  for  lhe contest   flight.  Harold Aasen look his retirement from  the HCAF as a WOl pilot but continued in  tbe reserve wilh the rank' of Flying Officer.  These two pilots plan to take three  or four days to hop over to London, mak-  ,. ing arrangements along the way for refueling on the return journey. The contest flight will start early in July ,apd  conclude at Victoria July.". Distance  is  5,1525  mil.es.  NOTICE has heen given hy D. A, Qillis, -  seoi-ptury-managcr    of   the   I|odro)��*)1lso  Waterworks -District thai, the annual general meeting of tlie nwifers will he held  ���on Saturch-y, July U al 12 noun al Ihe "Dennis Hunt residence al Kprironi'l's.  Apotjier annual meeting scheduled, foi  July is ihal of I'lo.WeJoninb. Beach Gnin-  munily Asspoiation to be hold on July  2*1 -ul fl p.m. m tlio. Welt'fime Beach Hall1  Thp Liiriips .Atixiliary tp the WpIp-oiiip  ��� ^osiPh  Gonii-pupiiy  Association-' ..held,   n,  liieeting op ,].u!ie-V4th tit (lie home of Mrs.  BUpiplie "VlePrfidy. .it, \ytis a I-Hisy mPPtihg  making plans fpr tlui Oenlenniai Opurilry  Ii*ajr to be lie|fi at. Copper's (Oreene Pn  ,Tuiy  17. Qn display was the beautiful  -4p:pFria44p cedar  hope cjiesi' owhieh  is to  he raffled, at t1>e Fair. WHipy' vi^.efi|l itejps  have beefivdnnated for the chest apd its  odntonts. wWl   include  a   Whinl'et,   pijlpw ,  sli|"s,  Ttai'ld \owels   and  other   altractive  items, including a cpslvion designnfl and^  "made by "Vlrs.-'-Antqn K*idin with ap.oni-  bioidered map of Canada nnd the floral  ��� emblems of each prinMuce. The Itqpe  Chest will be on rpsplay lliis week at  Barker's llaiTlware and raffle, tickets are  obtainable irom fylrs. lyiary Harvey at the  Secliell Be'uity. Bar, from thp Peninsula.  Times office and ��� from.-any -member of  the auxiliary.. -  . The second prize in the raffle is a  pair of silver cuff links, a .(jifl. from the  workshop of Millie Hasz Leykpid. Other  stalls at the* Pair- to he operated by the  auxiliary members will be home, baking,  hot   dogs,   sewing   and   novelties,   white  ��� elephants, honks,-flowers,^apd,garden produce. There will also he*.a gold panning  allraction  for the children.  Donations suitable for any of ihese  slabs will be gainfully accepted. Tol">-  phone Mrs. Wm. Fraser (11115-2103) or  Mrs. M. Tinkley (1105 IM70)* who will arrange if necessary for items to be collected. The ijalfmpnn Bay Centennial  Coinmilfee will organize other allr.u:-  lions, includiiig hiiigo and ��<d*> of' Centennial items.. The Halfmoon Bay 'Recreation Commission .will organic: races  r   Ihe  children:  -7-by Mt��*7 Tinilklev  l^lsie Kings!pn,= 3:, "Sherry Jorgensen. In  .fhe sboe race, an apen event, Elsie Kingston romped' home'a com fori able first.  Most of lhe pre-schoolers were only  too toady lo leave Ij-c-'i- mothers and liiiler  a race. Winners were: Soniy Jorgen, Tina  Hansen, Ivimhcrley Doyle. The mothers,  urged'on hy their offspring,<en|erpd a race  and ppt up a tine effort   An easy win-  "fni!,' -was Miss llena Wilson, followed by  Mrs Wr|f Hansen 'ind Mrs. CMIf Connor.  The child/ Wilh tire highosi, aggregate-  v,rps -'Freddy ITptisen wiih 1(5 pqurts. iip  ���\vas followPd plpsely by GliarlepeFranpis,  ���Bls'ife Kingston and Russell .Douglas,, each  W il li  15 pqli'iis. '  AUthe-end of the r-icps there was ap.  enthvisiastie   line-up  fpr  hot., dogs --put  ipe. cream served-hy Mrs, But  lyjiirphy.,.  -Mrs.  Pntnk  .T-ni-genken    .and^  Mi-s_ Wiif  ' Hansen,  Assisting   Mrs." Mary   Mellis   in   ���  rimiiiu,g the t-aces were Mrs. Harriel I"*iif-  , fy, Miss Thelma Thevnrge aiul Miss Rena  WiJson. oI"tiro Residential School.   ���  PlHTHDAY     ��� -...': -  Last week the bjrthday. of Ed. Fidmuds  was eelpbralcd liy'i) f'intily get-together  ���and a dinner party hosted by Mrs.. Ruby  "; W.arne..Gupst's were Mr- fidmuds- daughters, Mrs. Doug. Foley of.- Squamisli apd  Mrs. C'li'iii'ls Ayer -of Wi-'sl Sechelt, his  son   Owon. I'ldmiids   and ' their   families.  Mr. *f3r]muiis \\ft? iistially, heen on the  fishing ground^, -it .the* timi" q��' his liir-tli-  day and this is, t1ji3 ,t\ys\, time for pver  twenty yp-n-�� thai |*re-has open at hopne  to celphtate %\\e pepasion, He sold hjs  fi-slihoat "ind retireci tit the epd pf the  1070 ,fishina feenaqn.  IN BRIEF        -        " .  About Mqy 20tli, Pnyo Williams,, put. a  mesBflgis ip a"^Ppun(ic_l'nille, seiiled it  wi(|i a p1i^l|p cap "tpid thtpw il'injo t|Ve  water in -frppi pf l\.&' \}pmo at t|in hct'd  'of the Bay.. HP lips 1WY had Iho salis-  Jaction   of   VprpiYiUB   i* AqWPV frpm  fhe  The Penfosiifo Tipf-ps ' -Ppatf B.-3  W^pgsdgyfJmit3*j3,.l?7f     -  findei- of the bpttle. Aftpr nhout 11 days  of travel, it had beep washec" up Qfeqs  Island near "Bellingham "on May 31st.  Vernp Fraser wlio was hospitalised  following a car accident on April 30(h  is home at Silver Sands.  Also home af|pr bping hospitalised in  Vancouver is tyy's. Owcp lildnipijds?  Gucslii of Mr. tuuj Mrs. Tpd. SurtPes Inst  w^choi-d were their son Joim and his  Jrjend I|aps Zpis'hrieli pf Vapcppyer.  iiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiMiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH  if-  LAS? raZE $lfQOQ  20 GAINES m ALL  ^���m.  R��BOT^ GWM COMMUNITY HALL  In A|d pf Roberts Creek Fjre Deptirtmenf "-  For TieketR, Phone Simpsons-Secirs 806-2252 or 88677100  SP^WlilY (HUPHINSTaNE RECREATION ASSQGIATION  SPOHTi? PAY   =====Art'l"ei,':unp iipsTTJopemenr-th|c to vvea--  I her, Ihilfinoon Hay Srhiiol held it Sports  Day   last   Thursday   under   suuivy   skies.  Winners of the rares were:  411   yard:   liim   Greiuer,   Eddie   Tow,  Pari ie  TrousdeU.  ���  (ill   yard;   Sherry  Jnrgenseri, David Wilson, CharlPne Fran?  cis.���HO yard; Freddy llansen; Wlsie King- -  stun, Travis Douglas.  Bmad Jump winners were Kim Grei-  . ner, Rlsie Harry -and Freddy Hansen and  in   the   Hall   Throw   contest,   tlie   longest  throws'were recorded by Travis Douglas,  David Wilson and Eddie Tom..  Winners    of  the  wheelbarrow    races.  ��� were   Elsie    Kingston-Diane   Pascal   and  ���Sherry   Jorgensen-Charlenp   Francis.   Ifpt  potato  winners were Russell  Douglas, 2.  . Tiiis advertisement is not published or-displayed by the Ljquof Control Board or by-fte1 Government pj British Columbia  fr��IMWI^��l��WlM��al��ll)����MtMMMM>ptMMMMWU��VMMUMMMMaj^  GET SVIORE OUT Ol^ LIFE  G�� OUT TO.-A MO��lEI  ================ THIS WEEKEND   ..  Starring: Annq Cgkler-Marshqll qncl Tirnothy Dallon.  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Afl Om* ''"'s find l-nnllng  nonds for Siimmor Fun, Como In foday'nnd  son pur wldo solocflon,  CLIFF'S BOATS A ACCESSORIES LTD.  &o|^^f(r'1' .���"'���l'T-''"   ' Phono 005 9ftl9  V  /.  ���.-IM* �� A MAI *fcpl-��|IH'��*l   �����*���*��������  V * AK A.^.JS����A.  ntHt^vmrftMijft"!*.**^^* *4��jty�� AAA i* a,����Ami->-*># ���*����� -A*** A ��* ����� -* **..*.i-*,rt-��n***e*Ji-��^*  ������ ti^0t, 00nmr^t^00 i - >    V -��   S   t   '  VC- Y-v* > ai  '    '    '   '     &  - lC   * *��� "la V V ">  -*  **  V **   .  ^ t * 4 a * v ) w ^ -1-  ' -i 4 Ji I ���> "�����")  V(l-  i<,t*.ai<<4��"v jj.*Pv^ .*���*��-*��� a,-a- V^a^*.^^*,*J��,'Sf*^��-#-9-'  ��: ''  -*. t  ���> i  : J  'i  -. I  ':   !  Pagb B-4 - the Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 23,1971  Gibsons Guide groups  two day Rally outing  ON JUNE 5th at 9:30 a.m., 48 girl" from  . Gibson". 1st and 2nd Companies boarded a Sechelt bus for a two day trip to  a Guide Rally at Powell River. -The-'sky  was dark and threatening, .and .all the  way-.to. Earl's Coye the. sounds of "There's  ' Going to be a FJoody Floody" rang from.  the bus but on._->eaehing Saltery Bay, the  sun came cm and stayed with the girl"j���:  uhtilHhe-last song was sung at night  at Palm Beach,       -.���---- - "" ���'""-.  J Mothers assisting Mrs, Horfeyburt for  the lsti Company were Mrs. Rhodes and  . fyhs. Lichenwald and for the-. 2nd Com-  ' pany, assisting Mrs. Smethurst were Mrs,  Wheeler and Mrs. Pyles, with Mrs, Mal"l-  man as First Aid attendant.  Mrs. M. Butler, Blue Trainer from  Powell River- took charge of the rally  which was organized by her .daughter-,  Marnie whp is working for her Gold Cord  and who also organized the Brownie Rally  , in May when 41 Gibsons Brownies spent  twb days, at Powell River. Brownies who  did not attend the Rally went to Camp  Olave on June 5th for the day.  .Leaders, mothers, and girls throughly  enjoyed the get-together which ^included  girls from Sechelt, Texada Island and  Campbell River. Saturday afternoon was.  spent at Palm Beach where the girls  played, got to know each other, made  up songs and skits, ale ,anc) headed, home,  each local girl being billeted by a Powell  r  P)il!!IflBIIWM����l>^  2"JS  SiSsSSSaaS  Sb  S  Y  'X  /  N.  't  \  \ v.'        \ i  it����/  0  r     f  *���  t  \  CQNQkAWLAfiQl  Garden* Bay  SKIPPER!BILL'S f ISORf w/g^7oi  COVE RESORT  On Hie installation of BIO PURE SECONDARY SEWAGE TREAT-  I     *'  MENT EQUIPMENT  Thank you for preparing for q clean future and the best of kick  in the years to, come.  local Dealer: STANDARD MOTORS, SECHELT  Phone 805-9464  ^jBSBSSBBBBi  mummim  "���aWSWWBBg  ���^^^^mmiimi^mmmsmimm^m  /  T  r-***>i <*  o * **.  * . '  ***  ****** .  TliaiLBjirfjiaialjAli **  **Cm***i  Appreciation  River Guide. SuiKlajvjnojjTinga_Cukle's    Principal of Davis Bay School, Mrs.  Own" wasjieldjif lovely Willingdon PaiSi"-^^^ gifts   of   ap-  "   ' "' preciation from -the ��� students represented by Brenda Clark and from  'the Wilson" Creek Community Association, president Mrs. Dianne Anderson on right making the. presentav  tion. Principal of Davis Bay .School  for the past four years, Mrs. Laird  .will   be  teaching  elsewhere  in   the  and at 2:00 p.m. everyone said good-hye  to her new found friend with promises of  letters and visits in the future.  Mothers.who give assistance to the  Brownie and Guide leaders know-how  much time and effort these ladies give to  the girls so they may enjoy outings such  as this one ..and they- can only express  their thanks, on. behalf of all mothers, to  these leaders Who also have families of  their own. ���"-"���"  Sechelt District,.before retiring next  year. .    ���  -6bngfra&/df/ons  Jf ��� if f  fl  kisi  On the opening of Garden. Bay's latest busi-  ness. We are proud to have helped in the con-'  struction with the building of tho parking lot  and the access road.  COMTR'AOING  Madeira  Park, D.C,  883-2297  Use 'Times' AdBrieisto Sell Bent, Buy, Swap, etc.  With nil Ihoiio.now-atylc-ruMAnd'regulation*!, (h* oiuly  horoen of Cup fitadlum wouldn't racopnl*a tha old boll  flflmo today, But, they'd fltlll npprocinto ono istyloroirt  Stylo. It'a Atlll hrowoet with natural Inqrodlnnto nnd  plenty of time, still hrowod In n.c. for oid siyio,flouour.  BEER  1 ,     Slow hrowod and nnturfllly Pflfld  i ' i *  tui iaiiiiwiiii ii Ad f nuum w n>M*i ti u um m*1 mm tiv��vmwn UV/wa to*��**  ��� "!���,������''(;_-.';'. ,..;..���... .      ..: Ji:'i. '  by   Ben   Lang  SEAMEN . arid    lahdlubliers     alike   will       mourn the-sudden death of Capt. Sam.  Dawe at huine on Saturday eviyiing June  Mllh,  Capt. Dawe was born in Bay Roberts,  Newfoundland in 188(1; his father" and  grandfather- were master mariners before  him. lie moved, to New Westminster' in  Ui!'2 and Vancouver in 1895. He went  ���ttt-sea-?rt~N and in October 1 !tt"27~a~tTTh"e���  age of 24 had earned Ins Master Mariner-  Coastal Passenger tickets His first sight  nf Sechelt was as. Master of the Tartar  in 101'' Later he jailed deep-sea in a  numbi'i" of notable sailing vessels.  Returning tn the B.C. coast he served  in well-known  coastal; steam  vessels. He  .made   trans-Pacific   voyages  in   the   Empress   of   Asia   and   the   Monteagle   and  ���became a charter member of the Canadian  -Merchant   Service  Guild.       ,���  After long hours of sea duty and  study Capt. Dawe won his Deep Water  Master's ticket in 1921. After three more  yeais ol almost constant study he earned his '"Hot's License, retiring to Sechelt  io IOfi,I. -���������;..  Doling almost ,10 years as pilot and '  senior pilot Capt. Dawe was in charge of  many fine ships; a few of note being the  HMS Implacable when here in 1,945 with  repatriated prisoners of war from the '  Orient.' Pur-irig .World'. War ir He piTpled  a number of American ships to Ivy -Straite  nod Prince Hupoi.-t. In 1057 Sam was  Master of IIMCS Skeena on her first sea  I rials and similarly with IIMCS Knolrmay  in I.���!)!���. In World War 2 Cap!. Dawe was  called upon ::as-pilot to lake charge of  hi;verai ships converted t.o "flat- lops'"  lor. aii-crnfl.  Tins inn-very .small part of the almost'  7(1 years. This grout seaman spent on and  about lhe Pacific waters, I've tiled to  lie factual, but . there' js. a great deal  more lo'this man whom 1 got, |() know  so wiill-after many years as neighbour and  ���friend. I spent many hours' listening to  .Sum's iiiloniMlliig accounts of early duys  ut  sou    loiinrling Capli  llorii  under  still   I'ldhniH of suit pork    ninety days before  a luiidl'a.11 mul much, much mine,  . The following poem by John Mase-  field I feel is a fitting tribute to Master  Mariner, Sam Dawe:  -SEA'-FEVER  I must go down tu the seas again,'  to the lonely sea arid the sky,  And all I as"*���Km-fall ship and a star  to steer her by,      ,  And the wheel's kick and the wind's song   l^'^-U"^-w!fBi��J"''M^      And a gray mist on the sea's face  .-... and a. gray dawn breaking.  I must go down  to  the seas again,  ���for the call of the running tide  Is a  wild call and  a clear call that  may liot be denied; :���  And all I ask is a windy day wilh  the white clouds flying,  And the flung spray and the  blown  spume,   and   the   seagulls   crying.  I must  go-clown to the, seas again  to the vagrant gypsy life,  To the gull's way and the whale's way,  where the^ wind's like a whetted knife;  Arid all,-! ask,is a merry  yarn  from  ,-   a  laughing fellow-rover,'    %....  And quiet sleep and'a sweet dream when  the long trick's over.  **.    ^v^^yy    i \ yf;  ^  ^O  8esf of luck in fho future Iron,  the stall and rnanagement of  Garden Bay  883-2253  m  yoiiii  Jllhl   llOV',  Cnpl,   |)iiwe(i   n   Mason   for   ovor   Tit)  yours, vyas alfiliuteil with Mi, i!al|)hi'nsloiie  l.oilge  AKAA.M.   and   Georgian   Clmpinr  HAM, ol' which he .would huvo Jineii Klml  I'lliii-tpul next year, ||t! Hmved li years (In  Ilio'Coiiiicil'of Iho Villugo of Sechell   He  ���wiih n mciinlior ol' the Coinpiiny of MiihIci'  ..Miiiliicis   of   ('iiuailn    mi   tillicei; of   Iim  MI.-iMJoim to Hoanien, Viuicoiivur; a eharlei  iiKimlioi' of llio Siinshiiui C'oukI (j(,|f ���n,|  ��� -C'i)iii|i|-y  (,'luJi; nnd  for hln 112 |,ln���  could itliOw'-lliii lit) year old k|i|fi  H'li   di'lK',  I iiiii nine ihal inucli ol' "i'mii'ii Mjicc��..;,,  and  liii|i|iincjis urn dun j,, ,���, hiiiiiII iiieu  mini In ii wonderful wll'o Adii uhii iliiuuli  l��"'" llolon unil Hilly. Ada, or "Old Mulinl"  un  aSuiii  iilToi'lloiiiil'ily   cullud   |x,r alwny,,  kepi a clono oyo.on his piiinpHnnid coi'i..  inmi while piloHu��| niiiiioIIiIiii; |iiivliin"'lil  ("'>v" 'ilm  in. Hie  (loud -nl' wllller  lilg'hti,  Hiliil.V   liiivn  Iii  niiive  ii ���Vnimiil,''Itui  Iwo'  ol  llmm iiniiln an onvlnlilit eouplu   nuch.  lH��jiH��in;iiii�� i. nuifiiniif' memory j,wt|, f0,  ��''ild  lliciii  mul   funny  iinorilo'iim, Hiritk  w��'"''l  I'"- 'ololiniinii   Hmli-  liim, - w,���| '���  illnit   iiiiiilvoiiiiiiy   thhi   yiuic,   Tlm, ,|)|,We  liinilly hnn a biinllliil Hhu-tihoiiMii of kuowl  "'llio nl' Uio lilnlury of Secliell   ;,���(j ���,,.���  Socholt Mglon Branch '140  r\n  MARINA  SORT  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  '883-2248  mimmrim, ww�� *. ii.*  'll'f  kIKai  \a*^  t\r"  wmn^n wurffP'T tmv^  ���flriy--f***��  Loqlon HolL Socholt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p,ni.  Vj-MM-MVMMMi  JACKPOT $125  TO CO  -,  $10 DOdR pitfzn  RESORT  ������'���������marine ways  a mercury dealer  Vpoat rentals  a fresh & salt water fishing  Mi'rAMMl"ifo��,fe,few>  WiilWf Bufoty bnya.  ���"ThlnHi-dn-i't olnt'l  Pa wnlor wlnol Unrn  ��n��l prnr.||Bo wnlor  ���n(a(y ��y��ry dfiy.t  ���SSSSSE  SW*r  .;/  ��� ALL ELECTRIC HOUSEKEEPING  CABINS     'i- .  A TELEVISION  ii MODERN, FULLY EQUIPPED  ,yy)\uhm\vy,Jv\iC'A'wJii uii';,i;(.jiiiiLf'iblni..,���J|���.  (iilyncy uiul (.oiiyi*in|oin:"r lur' lliililiii), |ni<illn|i  ialififil"/ enjoyin.) oiio-oMlin mo',1 l��r;<ii|l||ii| ipvi  Hid iiiii'iihino Gidul,  ...��T.��.,,...  or  Tlio Coho Marina Rosnrl Welcome!  Ynul Sllualod on tho Siitmhliio  Coast ot Madulra I'arh, wn con offer  lull Incilitlof. lor |��o(illii(j nnd fltth-  Ihfl Ropnlr*. , , , moorrifju , , , llnh-  Ing locklo". . , Ico , , , go�� , , , o||,  oytirythlng af-i! onyllilipj to mnUa  yonr stay n& conVcnUiriH on��l on|oy-  nhln q�� |?o-|i>i|>|(i.   ;  ^Jhe 0^>poi  ��� ��� * f .K,.  man il  P    /��� ���!���  g ��  W^n-niniii!Uii|iiui;iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin  A  ) t  ���'/'  ���A  A*\A0J^��.Jr,A/*^^*l4lJ)-0*A**0*.l**0*A^^**Ar*^'"^ 0^0. 0,00^.0, 01 At*l**0^,***0.,*i0fjt*'i0' A-fiA * 0 A *���*.**��� *�������.**< ** **��� * 0*.0*^10,r*r0./0.l*0  i  Y'  i* *#i*0.ni*jn0tj im  mkho."1    ���*��.    ,t&0 yr*  r*****  ���V;  ���:.,;,.... ���... --v .      -v -v...* '���������.y: ���:��� ���- ^ ���.- - * ��� -  1-  m00Mua\M,0K00 '"ii  sFfrRi*5t* " (  "���"il' '  wiN  !wt    it n.  1_  i" i  .i     i  V���rrn^- SecLeif N^s;Notes  4 i  ;. *'.)  i *:.  X ~   ' it *' v  .       i; ''  <M-T ta  '���/  1  j'"i*ii1,tr  /. v..  *r   ; i - "  I-   ?������''���  A  I  1���JKt- C��"  '���-^���iiiWril.i ���      A ^  J -u'k'ka'Uww,  A'.-   '  Roast Pig Coming Up  Unrlor Ihe. oxpori; eye of John Peltfla, .lum;   HHh.   The  dinnor  and  e'ntep-  asshslant cooks, Joe Benner and Dan- laininenl   were  provided froo as' a  ny- Holland aro 'seen preparing ihe gusiuro hy Mr.  l-eiula,  eelohraling  roast pig for an Open Mouse a! thp four years in husiness in the e."ih-  rnnins'tla Dining Lounge lasl Sunday munily..                          -  At St. Hilda's Hall .  Ml,, and Mi'sy Q'r-y.: Mfl*j$)}|$i fitf" 'Jii9!W.  fixnij an excising /��s\% ������w|J3|tiX ^i'tp in'  Buwjpe; yisiti-ig ."RiVgland, 'fraiipe^^jn -  andJUiiy. They djcj a UH gfrW'^Ucjng md  pain travel, saw lots of ^iiirtd-its"<��tt"ii)e  move, rnajiy with flip "Vial"!** y^''ptiviiejr  piipl--s. White hi Siwi'-y'tji'fijf M*T# j'*ifl''<i  jy/vTpse Martine-i,, spii (if Die (nyjiers of  Ciisit Martiftes;. -.ji-isp is Halite after ;<)  .luontlvsylsit  in Spain. .        -   '    .  ;    Mr.  nnd  Mrs.. Teti: Fit^ariVnld' had  glorious \ye.a.|jier .op their trip nvpvsefts.  "Four   weelts  visiting 1 heir son   Rthyarc* *  'with, the NATO Forces in qpi'nuiiiy, two  weeks in England.   ..  ''���.,���. - ^  Mrs.. Elsie .Johnson lias relumed ��� from  a three week visit with daii-jliter Arleen,  who is employed by the Puparlment of  Agriculture in Ottawa! -.-   .  COIIVENTION  Attewiipg the Settlor.Citizen Provincial Convention ,in Frineo Qpurge wore  delegates Mrs. Madge ilini'sett and Mrs.  Ilaaol Evans at'cumpanied hy Mitis Adele  ideLange. * '  There were tlfi delegates plus a good  representation from.Prince George, speaker Mrs. Isabel Dawson. '        ' ,  HERE ANiD fHEi"'E  Mrs. Pixie pniys visitors for lhe weekend were her mother Mrs. Lestock  Reid  of   West   Vancouver,, sister   Mrs.   ttarh---  Muckley   i'i;om   lianay,   Mil   Helen,  llowdler   Norlfi   Vaiu:pi|Ver,> foi-morly  of  ���r-by Peggy Connor  Pendei'.JfJarlTOur, '...  The Hospital ^UKiHavy memhers are  delij-hted with tl\^'���>'&���*��� ������lii.iQliiyn'i. in. tlie  Thrift ��� shop,   wijej-e  the  .hours  epntitlue  tlie ,savi*cs ^'or the ijumineiv open Tlim-silay  ..10 a.m. to  1  p.rn-. Satw-day,. II) a.m, to  vfi. p.m.     .  .      "-..-' ���'-  VISITOR . .'  . Mii-s A<l("lc PelUingi* ontertainei" for  the weekend Her ffieiul Mary Oonppr (lie  c.|.uii.!inan  of jildiic'ltional.  Lo.iiis foi" .ihe.  Viinciiwyor -. liusiness   and     Professional  Womeu'-s .���OH'ib. J:        '.'    "  INfEW ARRIVALS ������*.-���  , It was a hoy Tor tlie' Dr.' W. Rui't-  hieks. his name! is Julian Thomas "and  all throe are doing wonderfully well. (Un-  dorliiii's were also blessed .with a sou.)   .-  ANI<WAL, I3VENT ' ���  Once again a great success the Sephelt "Rod and Gun'-San-food Dinner and  min I'm l Salmon Derby held .June It),'at-  tho Club House, Wilson Creek. All the  popular food from the sea found in  abundance on our coast was-delieiously  prepared and served by the members and  llieir wives under the chairhiansliip of Mr.  , Joe Mollis.    '   , -. ;.  Derby winners were 1st Mr. Ken Nelson, Wilson Creek (i pds. 4 on. won a case  of $22 lung shells ������donatod'by Marshall  'Wells Store, 2nd David Young Vancouver,  ii rids, i)  oz.. a  l"ishmaster  reel  courtesy  Cliff's  Boat's and   Accessories,  3rd  day]  ' *fhe Pp|l{nSMlg Tjines Pgge B-S'  Montgomery a junipr merhbej- Wept Se,      .        vytfdriosday, June 23, 1^1 '      ���  chelt 4 pds   10 oz. pleased with his saj-      ������-*-ri���=���A ~    ^-���':   inon net ciopated by Joe Mellis.      '      '���     - !l      '  All' fish   were  commercially   dl���es,seci,,   '  When  asked  "(vliere  they were caught?   '  '  '\vas tpld.^ilvihe.'mt'utlV' but u'!id.ers1a,nd       ,  ,tlip ntoullt .-^as ��.iiv ^Qiipoise flay at thft i  lime, Tjie \ye;atl-er h'eir-iji' -p \J\ pp the  > rough side .not many, tinaR venliired op* * *  the outside.The attendance at the il inner    ,  (jpliivled vip to 10a, with some eating \y\ ���  ���   tlit" club lioiiseuivi spine outside..        ,i    '  a.  ���>   1  t*  I  I  PREVENT FOREST FIRES  ui'Lm  I l)Mllt��Mai<*i-MWtyi.^^  i��n��i mi jm ���wiNi��.��iHiw'i^W.iipii,^^,WM��M��<<i,i,>iiiM>>l,,>Ji4M  ^000*00  wmomWimiom  Mine ^j^roie  ON YOUR OPENING AT GARDEN BAY. ���  AH Building Materials Provided By .  .  .  1653 Seaview  Phone 886-2642  1 *  \ ���  Last meeting of tbe Sechelt Brawnie's  held as usual at St. Hilda's Parish  Hall, ,1 line lii, was Badge Day and many  mothers were lycsenl In see 'tlie gfils  presunicd wilh their' iiwards.  Heceiving   llieir  "Golden   Hand"  were  .-AV-endyJi'lay-and Kathy Hod way, r-  - Golilen   Ladder-,   girls.   Shanin   Nelsun,  Mary "Connor.. .Sandra .lorgensnii,   Louise  Murphy',-Sliaroii  Halt,   Diane   Kelly.  Hon  nie .laniewii'k,  Helly  Hiliuis,  Margo Wil-,  son. , -. .  Winning their Gold Bar were, Kelly  Cues, Rhonda Doyle. Bully. LeWaine,  Kathy Hall, Val Tart, Nalan Gibbous,  Maria Greiner. .Sharon -Hdhbins, Boniiie  Pelula, Becky Goodwin, Pam .Nestinan,  Lynda Hudway, Tina Cues, Janet .lunsen,  Kelly Beeves, Anna .lolin.  I'rofu-iency Badges which the girls  have to work very hard for were achieved  by Diane Kully and Belly. J.e Warne.  l'Vir  Housekeeping,   Bonnie  Janiewick'  *���u&***vn0v*vvn*v*mtvm0w0m0nft0W00%n00vnn��uumw  I      I  SECHELT  * *'."   w    %  * RINGS  WATCHES.  Ay GlfTS  Wale l'i ond J ewe Ihy.  Repairs'-   ���  *    * ' *  Phono 085-2421  ���*************0*>*��"\****v*l*nnin0w***Minn**w*v***wnn.*>*r  and"Mai:go Wilson. Tlieir Ministru| badge,  Val Tail and Sharon Hall. Kor Collectors,  Margo Wilson her Wriier's Badge.  AU weri?very pnntd' Biownie's as Ihey  stepped ii.p"lo,Browii Owl Mrs. Hose Uod-  way. paraded there by 'Tawny Owl, Mrs,  Mary Flay. The Brownie's;- in reltimvgave  their leaders Ihe brownie cup and saucers,  amf presented Mrs.'.ponaldii Sigouin and  Conuiiissioner Mrs Dorothy Sfockwell  wilh a present. Fairy Godmother Mrs. In-  gr-id Underbill was not present as she  bad jusl  been pru'senled willra baby boy.  Tiiwny Owl for next fall will be Mrs.  Pal Nestinan, and Brown Owl MrTr'auTa'  Gibbons. Needed is a new Fairy Godmother Tbe retiring Leaders. Mrs. Hose  l(odv(ay and Mrs. Mary Flay, are to be-  commended -lor a job well done they  certainly had their Brownie's well iii  hand..  The big windup was on Saturday June  10th when a .Brownie Hevel was beld  al Camp Olave 1st Sechell and 1st Wilson Creek packs M girls with Leaders  Mis. Hose Hodway, Mrs. Mary Flay, Mrs.  Corinne Martin arret Mrs, Dnn.vldii Sig'"-  lill". Priypis Hi}'* cooks were Mrs. .JCiiy-.  Nelfifin, Ha) /Nostmnn, Linda Nejsoii, Loii '  Goodwin,   Peggy   Connor,   Belly   Power.  The day was cloudy but hoi cold, tour-.  ing tlie camp was a plensaiU  walk, then  games and   songs  followed   boilings and  ice cream.  The different groups of girls, who wore  all identified by flowers, pul on jniprniii-  plu sl'lls which won; well  done.  More songs including lhe niosl Impressive Navajo Iluii) Song. A roiiip' on Iho  beach before heading i'ny homo.  Tin; Pender Harbour puck couldo'l  lijiiko tho revel iiiifnitiiiiiileiy and il is  to bo hoped lo sell flii'in .liesI your,  (ft come 4-  SUNSHINr HOTEL  TO  'SUNHINE COAST  Wo tiro proud to Iwvoydomo ALL tlio dl use  InstallUttIon.  A'Divr.ioN or Hi.ANi :yt> antioui;: mirror '��, tiii; i.td.  North Kood, GII.-ao.r-. Phono liflo 7141  (mqraJUialioiriA *���  ON THE OPENING AT  ': ':!  GARDEN-'BAY^-:   r ���  Wo nro proud to hava doi\o tho //oorcovor/no^  tho latest of 700 Installation!, wo /kivo'  completed on .the Sunnhlno Cons/, ,  it, \���..  FLOORCOXIIRMGSIT^^  Mf'YfN'i Till' IOWIK MAIMI ANP fOR <W YCAKp  3549 M^AIN ST., VANCOUVER  Mcolly at flnrr!lt Bros,, Q|l����ons Phono H Burrllt at HB6-*i453  r -  w*,jiM*t.**.4**m -*h t ^**k ���* -*^i*�� ��*i^ iiHaiai^*^ B5r^5-��^^  A  After door closes,. ,  ravei sacts -reveaie  g-Joud protest  FAILURE by Construction Aggregates  Ltd, to provide ,the general public,  trn-cg-gh the Sunshine Coast Regional  'Boqrd, with sufficient details of its plans  for" a large gravel operation above Selma  Park  resulted in suspicion and  protest,  The company^ had previously informed k  the poard and Seclielf and District Cham-'  h^r pf Cornrnerce that wihen' it, had sufficient detail available, information \vould  fee  provided.  ., Ii"ist April, the company entertained  Board rriembers at the Casa Martihe-i^ and  followed up with a letter, read at .the  regular n>eetingHn April, indicating that  n^gptiations with Victoria.had been completed and that appi-Qval" for the project  was not required froni" the Board.  . Due to. the protests, the Board advertised for submission by the public and  organizations.' The response -was oveiv  whelmingly oppose'd and a special coin-  mit'ee was called ,to\. meet" June 9th to  study the lepJieSj arid make recommendations .at a special meeting of the Boaid,  Jvpie. 16th. At that time it was  unani7  mously agreed to reject proposals "by the  company. However, a letter from ���, tlje  company dated June 8th states:  In a letter dated December 7th, 1070,  to the Sunshine Coast Regional District  Board, we stated in part, "through you  we ask to be permitted sufficient time to  study the project and .engineer effective  controls which can then be objectively"  considered by all parties involved."  It was agreed at that tip-.e,_that all of  our communications would" be Through  the Board Office, and we have kept the  Board informed on matters as they have  developed.  In-view-of the request by the Board  for written briefs from the public, and  tbe apparent reaction, we feel that we  should at'this, time submit a r'esufne "of  our propusal, in the hope that this will  provide answers to many of the objections   which   have   been  raised.  It  is not  the desire  nor  goal' of this,  company     to   damage     any ^community  through  irresponsible   resource   develop^  rrient, and  this proposal is  being  placed  pnHHi  before you only after satisfying our own  conscience lhat the best possible thought  and planning has taken place. "\Ve believe  that such development can be carried out  to the benefit of all' concerned, with a  nli'nMmim of disturbance to the environment and the community.  Tlie definitiqo between "disvtiption tp"  rather than ''destruction of'1 environment,  deserves .your best judgment when cpp^  sideling the economic, ethnic arid environmental factors, ,  THE PROJECT ..."'.  To extract and process gravel -which  occurs by nature in the Sechelt area, and  to load out the finished product and transport it for final Use hrlhe construction  -of-buildings or roadsyfn the Province,  GENERAL  INFORMATION  Excavation Areas: The areas set out'  -for excavatio'ii are outlined in red on the  accompanying aerial photograph No. 1,!  They are mainly above the Hydro right-  of-way, and due tq the distance, the operation will not be-an annoyance to residents of Sechelt or Selma  Park.  Plant  site:   The  plant  site  would   be  located on the Indian Reserve and 'buffered" from" the"Community so that noise  and  dust   from   its  operation  would   be  controlled   to   levels   which   Would    be  acceptable or unnoticea'ble. Standards, for  control of these factors are set by Government regulations or "'by-laws.  (���     Loading:  TlirTload-out  facility  would  be. located in Trail "Bay as shown by art-  -ist's   conception     on ..the -accompanying  aerial   photograph   No.   2,   designed   and  situated  to -minimize  obstruction  of  the  < "view". 3  Operational Period:. From a beginning in i974, the potential reserves'indicate an operational period of. 30 years,  dependent upon market conditions and  the availability of gravel on privately  held properties. ��� '  Pn.-dtrct'iow:   The  plant   would   be designee! to process approximately 1,500 tons  ANNUAL  LUNCHEON  per TuTuE Present projections would call  for, an operating schedule of approximately ,%''00 hoursper year.  Employment   &\ Financial     Benefits:  Employment   would   be  provided   for  approximately   80   meji-   Based   on   present-  normal   rates,   this  represents   an   annual  payroll exceeding $750,000.'  It is estimated that over the life of  the project, wages, royalties, rentals and  .local taxes will be in, excess of $36,000,000.  Water Supply:  We are satisfied,  from  our engineering  studies,  that   bur  water"  requirements   can,   he   met   without   pre-  jndiee=fcH   tho ^miftw%'a   future���ymeth  I Page 9-6        ��   The Peninsula Timer  Wednesday, June 33,1971   ,   '  l  ��� ~ ' - -". ' ii,  t  "Engineers for thoir respected opinion.  ���   Cpnstulting   Aggregates   wpojcj   assist  - financially in the construction of water  storage  facilities   which,  over  the  term  ;: of the * qperatiqiii, WQMlfr se-we the eqm-  imui'iity^ ftsiwel} as. p\m\, requirements.  i     .Wfttfy Tabjes-e Geglqgica" study result*;  also ih$cate'there would be no dtetiu-w  ance t.p Wfiier.tables. The,present water  ; table is now below the extraction depth,  j while* w'ater sVieds are at higher .elevation  "������< than  any   anticipated  extraction   Qpera-  I      Land Reclamation; geological sUidif""  J indicate the areii is a gravel "cap" aver-  l aging 70 feet in deptlv Progressive reqlg-;  matipii of. land profiles to acceptable contours would be agreed t.o. "   .  Pollution Control: There would be no  ''effluent" from this operation, either by  ^ way of discharge or seepage from settling  ponds, and there are no chemicals injected  nor deriyed from the process, ���    .  Cornnruinity Service:' In line, with our  corporate policy of community co-operation, and service in area,s where we have  operations, ��� the comp.any would b*e prepared to assist toward achieving community goals where practical.       ���  Load-out Location: The location of the  giavel deposits, as-well as economic'fa'c-  tors, dictate the necessity for the ' load-  out facility to be located. in Trail Bay.  We   wish   to  stress   the   follinwg   points:  (a)   There   would- be   very ��� little   encroachment   on   the  "view"   of  residents,  -other than those on-.lnd.Tan Land.  (h) There would be no gravel piles  on the beach or .other properties. These  piles would be located only at. the plant  .site. '     ������  (c)- On termination of the operation,  Trail Bay would have a permanent breakwater and-clock facility.  We are well aware of the criticism  in  the pi-ess wnth_j-egarcLto  lhe   lack   of  planning ,and "project- development which  would perqiit qs to put forth a^'reason-  ably detailed picture pf the proposed p'rq-  jeet, wl'ile certain economic aspects are  not as yet ascertained.  We were advise-i "that, at a, speciafi  meeting of the Regional Board held qn  April ^nc", }Q70 r potion was carried un-  ajTiimoMSily that the plans of'-nhe company  "Mil. Bfecessing of. grayej' Mjeposits was  amoved'itf pri'iciiple. Nqt'Rihg has changed,  in pfinciiPi*}, and satisfaction as to detail  (noige, ciyat^ effluents, /fete.) can now be  prQV|ded-��  AtyyVw interests o^p.veserttipg full and  . conippl^hsive information to the Sechelt  -o.^m^ty, 'we wmild, given the neces-  saifi'lim liHe to set u> a niod&l dis7  piay'pf the Xvhqle project with-pertinent  facts, The display, would be manned by  a knowledgeable member of opr company, and would he located in Sechalt.  In .Satellite Channel off Saahich��� Pen-  ins.illa in 18(11; several Kundred Haida Indians, on a periodic visit from the north,  looted the trading vessel 'Laurel after  they were sold watered whiskey.  Minute Message    ;  ���five ''n\inMteiir��eg-iages^ hy Rny.  -',   B. J. W��th of Qib-iqi\s���  .U^-tMERITIJP -pMPQN -. ������������'.'":'���  THERE js a big difference between payment apa re-paymPnt- Paymep^.. has  tp be inacfe when spmething is" repeiyecj,  but ra-paynient is 'hia*3e. in return for  something already fesipwed."Man cannot  make, any payment for God's gift..o.f salvation:-it is-"bestowed fi;eeiy and man ,caiV  not eaup; forgiveness qf sip. "It is by  grace ".ypu;. "tre. sayet* thrqugti trus.ting  .Him; it Is,not your own doing. It is Qod's  gift, not a reward for work done. There  is nothing for anyone to boast of."  A sinful |i(fma.n being cantidt atone  for his own .**in, any more than we 'can  lift ourselves by our own shoe laces'. But:  God has made provision for oui- need,  ll is through Jesus the Son of God who  loved us and died fqr, US on the Gross  of Calvary. God freely pardons all who  believe in Him. This isun-merited pardon  und  forgiveness. This is love.  ("aBsaaMer*'^^  I   "  ���/ ' - ' '��� ' "���"' ���' "'.    : '��� I  intormatibn  on   this  project.   In   fact   we  have   only   recently   reached   a   point   in  1  I  A  A  i  We respectfully sufjaest that, should there  be any doubt in the minds of the Board  Members,   you   contact   your   Consulting  This is a $3 SPOT I  (Less when on contract)  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes . (over 9,000 people)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into mote homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  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